Home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose in October from a year ago by the most in more than seven years, signaling the real-estate rebound will keep bolstering household wealth in 2014.
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Ed Note: Powerful Case that he did!
The Federal Reserve thinks recent economic news from the U.S. is good:
Jobs are being created
Consumers are spending money
Trade & manufacturing growth is strong
As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information
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Several of the City’s user fees will remain unchanged for the New Year such as:
Fares for the Edmonton Transit System ($3.20 for an adult fare)
Admission fees for the Valley Zoo ($9.50) and the Muttart Conservatory ($12 adult)
Residential development permits for home enhancements such as decks, hot tubs and solar panels
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City officials are dealing with two major issues as they enter the new year. But Mayor Chris Spearman says there’s plenty more on city council’s agenda in coming months. Curbside recycling, improved transit service and more detailed financial reporting are on his to-do
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