Sometimes it takes two to three years for a project to be completed,a Jackson said. The development industry would like to see the funds spent in a timely manner, said Anne McMullin, president and CEO of the Urban Development Institute. The city report states that the elevated DCL balance is unlikely to continue into the future because 2012 was the first year of the cityas three-year capital plan, so planned projects will begin the acquisition and construction phase, which will require more funds. Also, the city has a new financial planning framework, which will mean unused funding from prior years will be depleted and a higher portion of current DCL funds will be used during the current year. In addition, $22 million in DCLs have been allocated in the 2013 budget. Jackson also noted that in the future, public benefit strategies will be developed as part of community planning, so the same time lag shouldnat exist.
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Never sign rental contracts at the door: Roseman
And they decided to stay in the contract at the original rate of $16.88 a month. I wish I was involved with this matter at an earlier date, said a Maxium collections representative. I sincerely apologize that it took so long to resolve something as simple as this. Why does anyone rent a water heater in the first place?
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