Desert Cove (Photo courtesy of Marcus & Millichap)Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI), a commercial real estate investment services firm with Phoenix offices, completed the sale of Tucson apartments, the Desert Cove, a 70-unit apartment property.Don Morrow, regional manager of the firm’s Phoenix office, said the asset sold for $3,120,000.Hamid Panahi, James Crawley, Cliff David and Steve Gebing, investment specialists in Marcus & Millichap’s Phoenix office, had the exclusive listing to market the property on behalf of the seller, a limited liability company.Desert Cove is located at 1201 N. Alvernon Way in Tucson.
Presidential run-off in Liberia which was scheduled for Tuesday has been halted by the country’s Supreme Court until the electoral commission investigates claims of fraud in the Oct. 10 first round poll.According to a ruling read by Chief Justice Francis Saye Korkpor on Monday to a packed courtroom, the electoral body had been proceeding “wrongly and illegally” to conduct a runoff between ex-soccer star George Weah and Vice President Joseph Boakai while a complaint remained about the October poll.The country’s National Elections Commission lawyer Musa Dean told The Associated Press that the body will abide by the ruling implying the election has been subsequently postponed.Third-placed candidate Charles Brumskine of the Liberty Party issued a formal complaint on Oct. 27 about widespread irregularities during the poll, delaying the second round vote.Brumskine and Boakai have accused incumbent President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of “interference” and of secretly supporting Weah over her own vice-president, claims she has strongly denied.The Supreme Court is generally respected in Liberia and many in the country want the potentially destabilising delay resolved sooner rather than later in a country which still has acute memories of back-to-back 1989-2003 civil wars.
The FAA regulations (which can be found here) coincide with the beginning of several hunting seasons, which had concerned air taxi and float plane pilots. Restrictions will be in place from Monday, August 31, to Wednesday, September 2. Reese: “This is called a National Defense Airspace Notam, which means that you have to follow these procedures or you may be detained by law enforcement security personnel, and they’re standard restrictions when the President’s coming to town, but they can get pretty onerous.” TFRs for the President’s visit to Seward on Tuesday haven’t yet been released. Governor Bill Walker confirmed yesterday that the President will be visiting Exit Glacier as part of his climate change-focused itinerary. Jill Reese with the Department of Transportation said the state is working closely with the federal government… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Just a weekend ahead of Alaska’s first Presidential tour, the Federal Aviation Administration has released its Temporary Flight Restrictions which will govern Anchorage airspace. During periods of heightened security, float planes will still be able to apply for clearance to take off from Anchorage’s Lake Hood, but they will not be allowed to land on the lake, since it falls within the 10 miles secure zone around Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.