keith woodard

Sunday night rites
Published on Aug 27th, 2012
2 comments Some people think that they can park for free on Sundays; others simply overstay their welcome. More towing stories: • Towing tales: Like hassles, everybody has one • Tough business: Collier's boss...
Caveat emptor: How $2.75 generates $145

Published on May 17th, 2012
48 comments –An essay– By David M. Post I don't begrudge anyone running a successful business in a capitalistic society. I do, however, want people to have the ability to make an informed decision;...
Tough business: Collier's boss talks shop
Published on May 17th, 2012
14 comments It's early afternoon at Collier's Towing Service, and owner Glenda Jones takes a break from the phones to greet a reporter in the impound lot for cars towed from Keith Woodard's and other parking...
Towing tales: Like hassles, everybody has one
Published on May 17th, 2012
17 comments It was supposed to be a fun night out on the Downtown Mall for a pair of mothers: dinner followed by a show, then home to their families. But on April 17, after shelling out nearly $80 for tickets to...
Gotta follow the rules and limits...
Published on Apr 6th, 2012
0 comments Another vehicle gets towed from the parking lot owned by Keith Woodard and patrolled by Collier's towing between Lee Park and the Downtown Mall.
Saved for denims: Once threatened, store space revived in steel
Published on Apr 3rd, 2012
8 comments Related stories • #9 dreams: Invasion of the super towers • Woodard buildings finally getting a facelift Threatened with demolition by various developers including current owner Keith Woodard (who...
Woodard buildings finally getting a facelift
Published on Oct 25th, 2011
0 comments What has been the Downtown's Mall's biggest pile of vacant buildings has received new attention this year, as the long-shuttered storefronts and upper-story spaces at the northeast corner of First...
Tourist trap? Parking lot giving City bad rap, officials say
Published on Nov 26th, 2010
128 comments New signage at the private First & Market parking lot was meant to prevent confusion, but some visitors are still getting burned. PHOTO BY HAWES SPENCER Last Sunday, Orange County resident...
Going down: Pay here no more forever
Published on Oct 15th, 2009
0 comments Developer Keith Woodard has applied for a permit to demolish the familiar toll booth at his First and Main parking lot off the Downtown Mall. For years, there’s been no attendant in the booth, which...
Mixed-income vision: Woodard says Dogwood housing stays affordable
Published on Nov 22nd, 2007
0 comments Selena Sims was definitely worried when she heard that Eugene Williams had put Dogwood Housing, which specializes in affordable rentals, on the market last spring. The four-year resident of Nalle...
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