$1 Million ‘Monster House’ Must Go, Court Rules

The South Dakota Supreme Court weighed in on a neighbor dispute in a historic, elm-lined district of Sioux Falls on Thursday morning, unanimously upholding an injunction against a bulky, canary-yellow home that broke code, made a neighbor’s fireplace useless, and has become known in the local press as the “monster house.”

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Virginians Worry About Fate of Much-Used Tax Credit

As the tax reform debate rolls on in the halls of Congress, Virginians worry about the fate of the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives program, which has led to the rehabilitation of hundreds of old buildings across the state. The House tax plan axes the program; the Senate plan keeps it. But no one knows what reconciliation will bring.

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