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WGEM Quincy
Dogwood Parade a success despite the rainof venue is being requested in a class-action lawsuit involving four Hannibal r
Dogwood Parade a success despite the rain
WGEM Quincy / Posted 4 days ago
of venue is being requested in a class-action lawsuit involving four Hannibal residents, The City of Hannibal, the Hannibal Board of Public Works, and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. A change of venue is being requested in a... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Arthritis research in pigsof venue is being requested in a class-action lawsuit involving four Hannibal r
Arthritis research in pigs
WGEM Quincy / Posted 5 days ago
of venue is being requested in a class-action lawsuit involving four Hannibal residents, The City of Hannibal, the Hannibal Board of Public Works, and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. A change of venue is being requested in a... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Dogwood carnival ready for weekendof venue is being requested in a class-action lawsuit involving four Hannibal r
Dogwood carnival ready for weekend
WGEM Quincy / Posted 5 days ago
of venue is being requested in a class-action lawsuit involving four Hannibal residents, The City of Hannibal, the Hannibal Board of Public Works, and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. A change of venue is being requested in a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State recommends additional construction money for county schoolsand a renovation project at High Point Elementary School. The Interagency Comm
State recommends additional construction money for county schools
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
and a renovation project at High Point Elementary School. The Interagency Committee on School Construction asked the Board of Public Works to approve the additional money for Anne Arundel county school projects for the fiscal year that begins... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Panel launches study of how Maryland builds schoolssystems to better maintain their buildings to extend their useful life. That is
Panel launches study of how Maryland builds schools
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
systems to better maintain their buildings to extend their useful life. That issue has captured to intense attention of the Board of Public Works. Its members, especially Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot, have in public meetings... Read more
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The Daily Record
Hogan warns state agencies about single-bid and last-minute contractsBoard of Public Works also maintains property tax rates ANNAPOLIS — State agen
Hogan warns state agencies about single-bid and last-minute contracts
The Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
Board of Public Works also maintains property tax rates ANNAPOLIS — State agencies were put on notice Wednesday as Gov. Larry Hogan threatened to kill the next contract brought to... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Prince to Be Honored at Public Memorial Service at L.A. City Hallwere still being finalized. Other organizers include Najee Ali, director of Pr
Prince to Be Honored at Public Memorial Service at L.A. City Hall
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 8 days ago
were still being finalized. Other organizers include Najee Ali, director of Project Islamic HOPE, radio station KJLH, Board of Public Works Commissioner Mike Davis, and Commissioner Dallas Fowler of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Permit... Read more
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Orange County Register
Prince to be remembered at LA City Hall memorial servicethe date — are still being worked out. A Facebook page created for the ceremon
Prince to be remembered at LA City Hall memorial service
Orange County Register / Posted 8 days ago
the date — are still being worked out. A Facebook page created for the ceremony list the sponsors as Ali, Harris-Dawson, Board of Public Works Commissioner Mike Davis, Police Permit Review Commissioner Dallas Fowler, event marketer Asya Shein,... Read more
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The Daily Record
Md. Board of Public Works holds line on state property taxesANNAPOLIS — Maryland's state property taxes will not increase this year under a
Md. Board of Public Works holds line on state property taxes
The Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland's state property taxes will not increase this year under a recommendation approved Wednesday by the Board of Public Works. The three-member panel, which includes Gov. Larry Hogan, Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot and Treasurer... Read more
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22 WSBT South Bend
Elkhart leaders decide to keep angled parking downtownpost office can get more difficult. The decision was recently made to remove th
Elkhart leaders decide to keep angled parking downtown
22 WSBT South Bend / Posted 9 days ago
post office can get more difficult. The decision was recently made to remove the angled parking spots there. “Recently the board of public works, they met and the decision was to remove the 12 angled parking spaces in front of the post office,... Read more
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News 8000
La Crosse continues fight against Emerald Ash Borer with 5-year planResident’s safety is the number one concern and officials are hopeful that Mond
La Crosse continues fight against Emerald Ash Borer with 5-year plan
News 8000 / Posted 9 days ago
Resident’s safety is the number one concern and officials are hopeful that Monday’s approval of a five-year plan by the board of public works will help move the removal process along a lot quicker. “The process of the ash borer is ramping up,”... Read more
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The Marietta Times
W.Va. GOP delegates ready for conventionsupport the Republican nominee for president, the Republican candidate for gove
W.Va. GOP delegates ready for convention
The Marietta Times / Posted 10 days ago
support the Republican nominee for president, the Republican candidate for governor, the Republican Candidates for the Board of Public Works and will increase our majorities in the State Legislature," he said. Wirt County Republican Executive... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Local GOP eyes presidential racesupport the Republican nominee for president, the Republican candidate for gove
Local GOP eyes presidential race
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
support the Republican nominee for president, the Republican candidate for governor, the Republican Candidates for the Board of Public Works and will increase our majorities in the State Legislature," he said. Wirt County Republican Executive... Read more
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The Daily Record
Commission recommends no change in Md. property tax ratesunanimously approved by the Commission on State Debt. The panel voted unanimous
Commission recommends no change in Md. property tax rates
The Daily Record / Posted 14 days ago
unanimously approved by the Commission on State Debt. The panel voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend that the Board of Public Works maintain the state property tax rate of 11.2 cents per $100 of assessed value on real property and 28... Read more
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MLive.com
Man blacks out driving, hits pole, blacks out area's electricity for 14 hoursof the township, power was out from 11 p.m. Saturday to 1 p.m. Sunday. King wa
Man blacks out driving, hits pole, blacks out area's electricity for 14 hours
MLive.com / Posted 17 days ago
of the township, power was out from 11 p.m. Saturday to 1 p.m. Sunday. King was cited for careless driving at scene of the crash. Sheriff's deputies were assisted at the scene by Holland Township Fire Rescue and the Holland Board of Public... Read more
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Pilot News
Week in Reviewpleasing one at best.Busy agenda for Plymouth BPWS included water, pedestrians,
Week in Review
Pilot News / Posted 19 days ago
pleasing one at best.Busy agenda for Plymouth BPWS included water, pedestrians, more It was a busy agenda for the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Monday evening.AWOS funding hits snag The Plymouth Common Council reviewed the... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Overnight crash in Quincy sends two juveniles to hospitalhave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Overnight crash in Quincy sends two juveniles to hospital
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Impact of minimum wage increase on local businesseshave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Impact of minimum wage increase on local businesses
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Volunteer hours add up at Blessing Hospitalhave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Volunteer hours add up at Blessing Hospital
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Local police participate in 'Click It or Ticket' campaignhave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Local police participate in 'Click It or Ticket' campaign
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Nearly a year later, new medical program is helping children with special needshave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Nearly a year later, new medical program is helping children with special needs
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
City, The District work together on riverfront planhave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
City, The District work together on riverfront plan
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Registration opens for Quincy YMCA summer camphave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Registration opens for Quincy YMCA summer camp
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
New salt dome to provide more storage for local cityhave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
New salt dome to provide more storage for local city
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Local business makes up disaster bags for victimshave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Local business makes up disaster bags for victims
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Quincy Public Library celebrates library weekhave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Quincy Public Library celebrates library week
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
IRS scam hits Quincyhave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
IRS scam hits Quincy
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Union chapter president lashes out on university presidenthave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Union chapter president lashes out on university president
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Local business and city officials hoping for the best during WIU layoffshave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Local business and city officials hoping for the best during WIU layoffs
WGEM Quincy / Posted 20 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Amtrak train to Quincy delayed after colliding with vehiclehave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Amtrak train to Quincy delayed after colliding with vehicle
WGEM Quincy / Posted 21 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Illinois House approves plan giving sexual abuse victims work leavehave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Illinois House approves plan giving sexual abuse victims work leave
WGEM Quincy / Posted 21 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Iowa house passes bill on boarding school oversighthave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Iowa house passes bill on boarding school oversight
WGEM Quincy / Posted 21 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Quincy Notre Dame Choir performs at Chicago Bulls gamehave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Quincy Notre Dame Choir performs at Chicago Bulls game
WGEM Quincy / Posted 21 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Adams County Board passes bid for Columbus Road bridge constructionhave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Adams County Board passes bid for Columbus Road bridge construction
WGEM Quincy / Posted 21 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Debate continues over Quincy Park District buildinghave expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now
Debate continues over Quincy Park District building
WGEM Quincy / Posted 21 days ago
have expressed concern about chemicals used to treat their drinking water. Now their concerns could head to voters. The Board of Public Works recently switched to chloramines, a chlorine and ammonia compound used to disinfect the water. Two... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Last day of burning coal at 76-old Holland power plantthe Adirondacks." The latest effort is part of a transition to this new natura
Last day of burning coal at 76-old Holland power plant
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 21 days ago
the Adirondacks." The latest effort is part of a transition to this new natural gas plant still being built. The Holland Board of Public Works says it will cut carbon dioxide emissions in half and reduce sulfur even more. "There's no sulfur in... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union water systems in compliance with federal lead rules, data shows– twice out of 17 samples.

* Woodruff-Roebuck Water District in Woodruff

Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union water systems in compliance with federal lead rules, data shows
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 25 days ago
– twice out of 17 samples.

* Woodruff-Roebuck Water District in Woodruff – once out of 15 samples.

* Gaffney Board of Public Works in Gaffney – once out of 14 samples.

Public water systems perform tests based on federal and... Read more

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Baltimore Sun
Howard Superintendent's critics seek change on school boarda palpable loss of trust between many parents and the county school system," Ho
Howard Superintendent's critics seek change on school board
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
a palpable loss of trust between many parents and the county school system," Hogan said at a Jan. 27 state Board of Public Works meeting, "and in particular with the superintendent." At a December town hall hosted by Turner and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Franchot, Hogan protest after Maryland legislature overrules school AC ruleComptroller Peter Franchot castigated lawmakers Wednesday over budget provision
Franchot, Hogan protest after Maryland legislature overrules school AC rule
Baltimore Sun / Posted 29 days ago
Comptroller Peter Franchot castigated lawmakers Wednesday over budget provisions that overrule the Board of Public Works' decision to allow state school construction dollars to be used for portable air conditioners in classrooms. Speaking at a... Read more
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The Daily Record
Maryland board approves $5.6B Purple Line contractANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved a $5.6 billion cont
Maryland board approves $5.6B Purple Line contract
The Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved a $5.6 billion contract to build the Purple Line in the suburbs of the nation's capital. The contract was approved 3-0 on Wednesday for the light rail project in Montgomery and Prince... Read more
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MLive.com
Michigan city looking at $47M fiber optics networkare looking at building a fiber optics network that could cost $47 million. Th
Michigan city looking at $47M fiber optics network
MLive.com / Posted 1 months ago
are looking at building a fiber optics network that could cost $47 million. This week, the city's utility, Holland Board of Public Works, presented plan for the project along with a potential price tag. Dave Koster, HBPW general manager,... Read more

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