Rescue crews continue to search through the rubble, but now do so without hope of finding anyone alive under the collapsed Champlain Towers South oceanfront condo tower in Surfside, the town immediately north of Miami Beach. Part of the apartment building with 12 residential floors collapsed June 24. The rest was demolished Sunday night.
People with loved ones at the condo, missing or safe, should call 305-614-1819 to notify officials. Anyone who lives at the Champlain Towers and is safe is asked to complete a Wellness Check form to help Miami-Dade County keep track of tenants.
Here’s what we know so far on Thursday, July 8…
NIST investigates collapse, asks public for photos and videos to aid them
As the National Institute of Standards and Technology continues its investigation into the partial collapse of Champlain Towers South, they have begun asking the public to submit any media or documentation that
“Definitely preventing me from buying right now that’s why I’m renting and happy to do so,” said Chicago renter Drew Schafer.
Schafer said he’s now holding off on buying a condo because of outstanding debt attached to properties.
The I-Team looked up the debt associated with Chicagoan Tom Harney’s home. It’s $124,000.
“When I look at that number coupled with my income tax, I ask myself why am I staying here and not going to a state that’s focused on keeping its people and growing. I don’t see politicians changing anything,” said Harney.
He can see that information because Cook County Treasurer
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Residents can now pay their overdue Kent County property taxes online.
Kent County Treasurer Peter MacGregor on Monday, April 19, announced his office is launching a free mobile app and website where people can search how much they owe in delinquent property taxes and pay them without having to go to the clerk’s office.
“Over the past year we have seen how important it is to give our residents the option of contactless services,” MacGregor said. “This new electronic service will allow residents to view and pay their delinquent taxes from the convenience of their home or business.”
To use the service, people can visit payments.mykentcounty.com or download the free app, which is called myKentCounty, from the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android) store on their cell phones.
People will then create an account with PayIt, a company which provides a platform for payment of