Crafting a Dream: Berwyn Kitchen and Bath owners, from Albania, make a new life in America – Main Line Suburban Life – Main Line Media News
Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014 Building owner fined $250-a-day for unauthorized remodeling By Aleese Kopf Daily News Staff Writer The owner of a retail/apartment building at 233 Royal Poinciana Way will have to pay a daily fine as punishment for unauthorized remodeling work, the Code Enforcement Board said Thursday. Members issued Jeyanandarajan Sundarampillai Tr. a $250-a-day fine for doing work inside an apartment without building permits from the town. Dr. Sundarampillai Jeyanandarajan wrote a letter to the town saying he hired a contractor to do cosmetic work to correct abuse by an evicted tenant. The work, he said, involved sanding and painting the walls, ceilings, trims and doors; removing wall plates for plugs, switches and ceiling fans; and replacing a toilet bowl.
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New Technology Can Help with Home Improvement Projects – Fort Bend Herald: Home Decorating
Through the cousin and friends, Avni found work as a dry cleaner at Valley Forge Military Academy and College and on weekends he worked at Minellas Diner. Luli, meanwhile, stayed home with her children, Ardi, then 4, and Anxhela, 7 months old. Then Luli began to work part-time at Anro Printing in Devon. The owner, Rose Rossi, helped me a lot, she said.
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