By S. M. Chavey, mySA.com / San Antonio Express-News Updated 7:11 am CST, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Walletwyse ranked U.S. cities based on relative affordability of median-priced housing for minimum wage earners, based on the debt-to-income ration for 2,000 hours at minimum wage. Click through the slideshow to see how cities in Central and South Texas fared. less Walletwyse ranked U.S. cities based on relative affordability of median-priced housing for minimum wage earners, based on the debt-to-income ration for 2,000 hours at minimum wage. Click through the slideshow ... more Photo: Courtesy Of HAR.com Photo: Courtesy Of HAR.com Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 Walletwyse ranked U.S. cities based on relative affordability of median-priced housing for minimum wage … [Read more...] about New report shows which Texas cities are most affordable for minimum wage earners
Amazon doesn't really create tech jobs, it just outbids local companies that already have a tough time affording essential talent. Carl Rodrigues Published 7:00 am CST, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Photo: Hero Images | Getty Images Photo: Hero Images | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Hero Images | Getty Images My City Wasn't Chosen for Amazon's HQ2. I'm Thrilled. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Twenty cities fought tooth and nail to become Amazon.com’s second headquarters. When my city “lost,” I breathed a sigh of relief. It’s not because I don’t love Toronot, but because I do. When you invite a giant into your … [Read more...] about My City Wasn’t Chosen for Amazon’s HQ2. I’m Thrilled.
As the Lunar New Year holiday is approaching soon, Ho Chi Minh City authorities are working with relevant stakeholders to ensure retail operation and entertainment activities go on smoothly. The national holiday, known as Tet in Vietnamese, falls on February 5 but preparation activities usually begin weeks in advance. Retailers extend open time The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Industry and Trade has allowed local retailers, including supermarket and convenience store chains, to extend operation time during the Tet holiday. During the period between the 20th and 26th day of the last month of the lunar year, or January 25 to January 31 in the Gregorian calendar, retail outlets in the southern metropolis will open from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm. On February 1, 2 and 3, these locations will open from 7 in the morning until midnight. Particularly, on the last day of the lunar year, or February 4, retail outlets will operate half a day, from 7:00 am to 12:00 pm. Supermarkets will re-open for … [Read more...] about Business Ho Chi Minh City retail sector ready for Tet holiday Vietnam minister apologizes after state car picked up family at airport
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The Colorado Springs City Council on Tuesday approved using federal money to buy three southwest Colorado Springs houses deemed among the worst hit by landslides in 2015.The council’s unanimous decision brings to six the number of houses to be purchased with Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funds through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The money was made available after slow-moving landslides in 2015 severely damaged or demolished dozens of homes in the Lower Skyway and Broadmoor Bluffs neighborhoods.Each house will be demolished, and the land will be left as open space. But before the properties are bought, they had to be analyzed for hazardous materials and appraised. Now bids for demolition are being sought by the city.Fourteen more houses remain on a list of properties that still could be purchased using money from the fund, said Gordon Brenner, the city’s recovery coordinator.The purchases approved Tuesday were for houses at 1004 Zodiac Drive, 1010 Zodiac Drive … [Read more...] about Colorado Springs City Council agrees to buy three more homes slammed by landslides