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Q: In our 60-unit building, our association board is reluctant to have a reserve study done for two reasons. First, the board members feel that they may have liability if they have a reserve study done and then work does not get completed. Second, depending on what comes up in the study, they don’t want to be forced to increase assessments.

Q: We’re wondering if you could provide us with some enlightenment about the ins and outs of buying a co-op in the Washington, D.C., area. We would also like to know about how we can get more information about the co-op — bylaws, financial health, co-op board minutes, etc. — without actually submitting a contract.

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The Wise County Industrial Development Authority has secured an up to $1.2 million loan from the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority (VCEDA) for the purchase of a 10,000-square-foot furnished office building.

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After months of sitting empty and surrounded by yellow tape, the three-story building at 23 6th Street in downtown Bristol, Tennessee will finally have its increasingly unstable façade taken down and replaced.

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Work continues at the future Caesars Virginia site at Schoolfield

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