SAN FRANCISCO - The gig: Technology companies collect data about the pages people look at, the links they click on, and the things they search for. At Airbnb Inc., it's Elena Grewal's job to figure out what all that data means. Grewal, 31, is the interim lead for data science at the $25.5 billion San Francisco startup.
Q: I understand that there is a state law in Florida, where I live, requiring condominium associations to retrofit buildings with fire sprinklers. This sounds expensive. Can you tell me what is going on here?
The first development along downtown’s Main Street in 13 years was approved with the hopes of attracting more business to the area. The eight-unit townhouse and duplex project would be at the southwest corner of Elm and Main streets.
The Cary Town Council discussed the town’s proposed plan for the Eastern Cary Gateway Special Planning Area on Wednesday. This area includes the Cary Towne Center, Triangle Aquatic Center, WakeMed Soccer Park and a 90-acre site where a Wegmans may be built.
Q: I live in a community with a homeowner's association. The board hired unlicensed workers to paint and replace fences. The city then cited our association with a code violation and a fairly substantial fine. There is also the expense to fix the issue. The board members want to pass the fines along to the homeowners who live close to those fences. Can they legally do this? Are the board members individually liable?
Investment group Hudson Realty Capital, Veridea’s financial backer, is proposing something different from what Hendrickson had envisioned for Apex – precisely the scenario the responsible party provision was designed to guard against.
After 18 years in business, Tir Na nOg Irish Pub will close its doors in downtown Raleigh on Sunday, November 22, 2015. The 8000-square-foot restaurant will be leased to its neighbor Bida Manda. Plans are underway to open a brewery, dim sum restaurant, florist shop and bookstore in the space next year.
Tir Na nOg says goodbye
Wendell Falls project back on track
Bible Bowl competition for youth
3-and-out with Cedar Ridge football coach Scott Loosemore