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Aspen Daily News
Housing woes, development 
highlighted at Squirm NightCounty commissioner candidates spar Term limits for the Open Space and Trails
Housing woes, development 
highlighted at Squirm Night
Aspen Daily News / Posted yesterday
County commissioner candidates spar Term limits for the Open Space and Trails Board, solutions for Pitkin County’s affordable housing woes and striking a balance between economic prosperity and degradation of the surrounding environs due to... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Housing, open space dominate ‘Squirm Night’The issues of affordable housing and open space dominated a forum Wednesday for
Housing, open space dominate ‘Squirm Night’
The Aspen Times / Posted yesterday
The issues of affordable housing and open space dominated a forum Wednesday for three candidates running for the only contested seat on the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners in next week’s primary election. Greg Poschman, 56, Hawk... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
History returns home: Once-exiled artifacts presented to Denton CountyThe road leading thousands of centuries-old artifacts back to Denton County was
History returns home: Once-exiled artifacts presented to Denton County
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
The road leading thousands of centuries-old artifacts back to Denton County was paved with spite and division before there ever was any reconciliation, say people familiar with local history. On Tuesday, the board members from the Collin County... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Centuries-old artifacts find way back to Denton countyDenton County artifacts dating to the 1800s and once presumed lost forever have
Centuries-old artifacts find way back to Denton county
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
Denton County artifacts dating to the 1800s and once presumed lost forever have found their way back home. Today, board members from the Collin County Historical Society and Museum in McKinney formally will present Denton County commissioners with... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Centuries-old artifacts find way back to countyDenton County artifacts dating to the 1800s and once presumed lost forever have
Centuries-old artifacts find way back to county
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
Denton County artifacts dating to the 1800s and once presumed lost forever have found their way back home. Today, board members from the Collin County Historical Society and Museum in McKinney formally will present Denton County commissioners with... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
South Field Energy electricity plant gets local supportthat would create an estimated 550 construction jobs and 25 to 30 permanent job
South Field Energy electricity plant gets local support
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 16 days ago
that would create an estimated 550 construction jobs and 25 to 30 permanent jobs. Matt Szollosi, executive director of Ohio Affiliated Construction Trades (ACT), summed up the thoughts expressed by the other 19 speakers when he said the... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
South Field evokes positive energythat would create an estimated 550 construction jobs and 25 to 30 permanent job
South Field evokes positive energy
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 16 days ago
that would create an estimated 550 construction jobs and 25 to 30 permanent jobs. Matt Szollosi, executive director of Ohio Affiliated Construction Trades (ACT), summed up the thoughts expressed by the other 19 speakers when he said the... Read more
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Salem News
Comments on proposed power plant all positivethat would create an estimated 550 construction jobs and 25 to 30 permanent job
Comments on proposed power plant all positive
Salem News / Posted 16 days ago
that would create an estimated 550 construction jobs and 25 to 30 permanent jobs. Matt Szollosi, executive director of Ohio Affiliated Construction Trades (ACT), summed up the thoughts expressed by the other 19 speakers when he said the... Read more
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Pleasanton Express
Commissioners’ Court recognizes month of May as Community Action Month | June 1, 2016Atascosa County Commissioners’ Court Second Regular Meeting May 23, 2016 9:
Commissioners’ Court recognizes month of May as Community Action Month | June 1, 2016
Pleasanton Express / Posted 23 days ago
Atascosa County Commissioners’ Court Second Regular Meeting May 23, 2016 9:00 a.m. Ordered by Hon. Bob Hurley, Atascosa County Judge All four commissioners were present: Lonnie Gillespie, (Precinct 1); William “Bill” Torans, (Precinct... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Approval of Shelby County’s operating budget delayed by commission budget committeeJune 1, 2016 - County Commissioner Steve Basar (right) discusses a budget item
Approval of Shelby County’s operating budget delayed by commission budget committee
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 23 days ago
June 1, 2016 - County Commissioner Steve Basar (right) discusses a budget item with fellow commissioner Heidi Shafer (left) during the Commission's budget and finance committee meeting Wednesday morning. (Stan Carroll/The Commercial Appeal) The... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
School board passes budget plan to fund salary increasesThe Board of Education officially adopted its fiscal year 2017 budget Wednesday
School board passes budget plan to fund salary increases
Baltimore Sun / Posted 29 days ago
The Board of Education officially adopted its fiscal year 2017 budget Wednesday, laying out how it will fill gaps left by a county allocation that falls just short of the school board's full request. The board in February approved a $334.7 million... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
50 years ago: Grand jury to investigate government corruption allegationsallegations Monday, May 23, 11:38 AM EDT Circuit Judge Marion Gooding directe
50 years ago: Grand jury to investigate government corruption allegations
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
allegations Monday, May 23, 11:38 AM EDT Circuit Judge Marion Gooding directed the grand jury to investigate a range of accusations that public officials were violating the law and wasting public funds. �There has been wide publicity given... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Cameras to target illegal dumpingThe solid waste district board that serves Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison cou
Cameras to target illegal dumping
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 1 months ago
The solid waste district board that serves Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison counties agreed last week to go ahead with purchasing the surveillance cameras for six of the 56 recycling drop-off sites in the district. County Commissioner Tim Weigle, who... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Cameras to be installed at recycling sitesThe solid waste district board that serves Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison cou
Cameras to be installed at recycling sites
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 1 months ago
The solid waste district board that serves Columbiana, Carroll and Harrison counties agreed last week to go ahead with purchasing the surveillance cameras for six of the 56 recycling drop-off sites in the district. County Commissioner Tim Weigle, who... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Johnson holds collaborative forumare making changes to the opiod epidemic. Only a few weeks ago he said he was
Johnson holds collaborative forum
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 1 months ago
are making changes to the opiod epidemic. Only a few weeks ago he said he was approached by a man in an airport who told of losing his own son to a heroin overdose in January. With tears in his eyes, the man pleaded with Johnson to see that... Read more
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Salem News
Government forum supports collaboration, shared servicesthat he and other state lawmakers are making changes to the opiod epidemic. Co
Government forum supports collaboration, shared services
Salem News / Posted 1 months ago
that he and other state lawmakers are making changes to the opiod epidemic. Congressman Bill Johnson speaks to a group of government leaders on Friday during a collaborative forum at the Dutch Village Inn. (Submitted photo) Only a few weeks... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Congressman touts collaborationare making changes to the opiod epidemic. Only a few weeks ago he said he was
Congressman touts collaboration
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 1 months ago
are making changes to the opiod epidemic. Only a few weeks ago he said he was approached by a man in an airport who told of losing his own son to a heroin overdose in January. With tears in his eyes, the man pleaded with Johnson to see that... Read more
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