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Mt Washington Bank

Police search for Mt. Washington bank robber.

Police search for Mt. Washington bank robber.

Louisville's financial services sector boosted by ambitious private-sector growth

American Founders Bank

afbusa.com

The Bank – Oldham County

syb.com

BB&T

Louisville – bbt.com

Bedford Bank

Bedford, Ky. – bedfordbank.com

Central Bank

Louisville – centralbank.com

Chase Bank

Louisville – chase.com

Citizens Deposit Bank

Emminence, Ky. – cdbt.com

Citizens Union Bank of Shelbyville

Shelbyville, Ky. – cubbank.com

Commonwealth Bank & Trust Co.

Louisville – cbandt.com

Eclipse Bank

Louisville – eclipsebank.com

Farmers Bank of Milton

Milton, Ky. – fbmilton.

Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park to erect new chairlift

After years of legal battles, a $4.1 million project that includes a new chairlift, seven additional runs, and a conveyor for a tubing hill will be operational at Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park this winter, park manager Brad McQuarrie says.

“It’s been a long process,” McQuarrie says. “We submitted our application (for expansion) in 2003, and it was a very transparent public process for over a decade. We had some environmental groups challenge the (Washington state Parks Commission) decision.”

The ski area is located at 29500 N. Mt. Spokane Park Drive, about 30 miles northeast of Spokane, within Mount Spokane State Park.

The Washington Parks and Recreation Committee voted in 2014 to allow for the installation of a new chairlift and seven new runs on the northwest side of the mountain. The Spokane Tribe of Indians, The Lands Council, the Spokane Audubon Society, and the Spokane Mountaineers appealed a Nov. 2015 ruling by the Spokane County Superior Court that denied their request for reconsideration after the expansion had been approved. In January 2016, the opposing groups unsuccessfully appealed to Gov. Jay Inslee to stop the planned expansion.

Where can I find real estate agents available in Pittsburgh to help search for rentals?

I am moving from out of the area, and have already spent a day looking at apartments, but am disappointed in what I have seen. I graduated college and am going to be working for a bank, so I would like to get away from college-standard living.


Call any real estate agency and ask if they can help find a rental. Not all of them do, but they should be able to refer you to another agency if necessary.