There are small “cities” all over America where business is booming 24/7, money is available for capital projects, and local politicians of both stripes actually support growing businesses: Airports.
Well-trained and educated City planners, urged on by elected officials increasingly more sensitive to neighborhood issues, wield their regulatory swords to make sure that developers deliver well-planned and attractive projects – on paper. And, wow – is there a lot of paper!
On March 15, 2012, the Attorney General signed a final rule extending the date for compliance with the ADA’s new accessibility to swimming pool requirements (e.g., pool lifts) sixty days to May 21, 2012. Shortly thereafter, the Department issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to make the extension a total of 180 days which would… Continue Reading