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Wilbur Wins!

guest blog by Nila Ridings

I am so happy to share this wonderful news from Rori Halpern. She is the mother who fought long and hard to keep the family’s pot-bellied pig for her sons.

“Long day for all involved. We are beyond elated to say Wilbur Bacone will remain forever in our home, continuing to bring joy and happiness to all. Due to confidentiality agreements between both parties we cannot share details. The only thing that matters is that we can keep our boy without anymore worries. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to all who came forward in support of us. We love you all.”

Candidate For Congress Is Listening!

guest blog by Nila Ridings

Over the past week I have been emailing back and forth with Andy Ostrowski. He’s hoping to become the newly elected member of Congress from Pennsylvania. Tuesday, November 4th is the critical day that will decide whether his goal has been achieved. Please get out and vote regardless of what state you live in. If you live in Pennsylvania give your neighbor, church friends, golfing buddies, yoga sisters, or the freshly registered voter from the college campus a ride to the polls!

Waterlogged At Lemiere Condominiums

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Condo owners in Chandler, Arizona are finding themselves under water, lots of water!

Irreplaceable family photos and damage to items stored in their garages, such as cars, are not their problem, says the HOA. The insurance company for the HOA says it’s not their problem, either. And the condo owners didn’t carry flood insurance. Whose problem is it? Well, it looks like that is going to be decided in lawsuits. (Oh! Here we go again!)

Las Vegas Condo Owners Win $2.4 Million

guest blog by Nila Ridings

August 15, 2014 will be a day Frank and Amy Taddeo will celebrate for a long time. Their cheap condo investment in Meridian Condos paid them millions in the courtroom, thanks to the stupidity of American Invsco and Koval Flamingo!

The two companies converted apartments into condos and spiffed them up. But the floor tiles they used illegally exceeded the load bearing limits of the structure. Lawsuits for breach of contract have been flying. Fortunately, there haven’t been any building collapses.

But where were the city engineers? City inspectors? Heck, even an interior designer would have questioned that much weight being added to the flooring.