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Mediation Program Designed to Keep Homeless Off Streets
6/5/2018 3:03:03 PM
Description: A new mediation program in Lincoln is hoping to keep homeless people from living on the streets, even if they have nowhere to go.  Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach created the program that stalls the transition from having a home to living on


Parking Dispute Continues between Volusia County and Dayton Beach Shores
5/29/2018 2:10:15 PM
Description: Despite the meeting that was believed to have settled the dispute between Volusia County and Daytona Beach Shores over beachfront property in the area, the problem has actually escalated and problems continue.  Both sides are frustrated, but


Developer Seeking Mediated Resolution, Despite Right to Sue Being Granted
5/21/2018 10:58:15 PM
Description: Danny Williams, developer in charge of the three acre property being developed in Galway, has chosen not to go to court or use arbitration, despite receiving court approval to file a lawsuit.  Williams is hoping to settle the development


Mediation Continues in Dispute between EPA and Lafourche Parish
4/10/2018 9:55:41 AM
Description: Negotiations continue between the Lafourche Parish government and the Environmental Protection Agency over a dispute concerning violations of the Clean Water Act in the Choctaw Road Levee.   The EPA filed a complaint against Lafourche Parish


Mediation Up Next for Annapolis and Lofts at Eastport Landing
3/17/2018 4:10:30 PM
Description:   Mediation could help to resolve the Eastport Landing development conflict between the city of Annapolis and Solstice Partners LLC.  It is rare for the city to participate in mediation concerning planning and zoning issues, but they have


Residents Question If Mandatory Liquor License Mediation is a Good Idea in Baltimore
2/24/2018 12:08:24 AM
Description: A bill introduced in the Maryland House and Senate would give the Baltimore City Liquor Board the authority to require mediation when community members and liquor license applicants are involve in a dispute.  The liquor board spearheaded the


Memphis Confederate Statue Dispute Headed to Mediation
2/12/2018 6:19:38 PM
Description: The Sons of the Confederate Veterans and the City of Memphis are headed to mediation that will hopefully resolve the dispute concerning the removal of the city’s statutes.  Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle ordered the sides to mediation and


Mediation Underway to End Oakland City Workers Dispute
12/27/2017 11:12:51 PM
Description: Mediation could be the solution to an ongoing dispute that resulted in a strike by Oakland City workers.  The strike, which is currently on hold, was in its sixth day.  At this point, both sides have agreed to mediation that will be


Dispute over Mandatory Rent Hike to be Mediated
12/16/2017 3:03:39 PM
Description: Mediation will be attempted in an effort to resolve the dispute over stabilizing rent in Marin County.  The county’s board of supervisors plans to discuss a potential ordinance that would require mediation in rent disputes that involve a


Program Teaches Mediation Skills to Kids at Island School
11/13/2017 4:55:46 PM
Description: Seven students from the Island School recently participated in a peer mediation program that will help them learn skills for resolving conflict peacefully.  The program has run for eight weeks and takes place at lunch time and during