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The Register NorthJersey.com
Nutley adopts Roche redevelopment planThe Nutley Board of Commissioners on Tuesday adopted Phase 1 of the Hoffmann-La
Nutley adopts Roche redevelopment plan
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 22 hours ago
The Nutley Board of Commissioners on Tuesday adopted Phase 1 of the Hoffmann-La Roche redevelopment plan. Maser Consulting revised Phillips Preiss Grygiel's plan, which pertains the campus' proposed medical school. Last Thursday, Roche announced... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Increased traffic ticket fines would pay for 50 new Calgary copsThe Calgary Police Service wants city council to approve 50 new officer positio
Increased traffic ticket fines would pay for 50 new Calgary cops
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
The Calgary Police Service wants city council to approve 50 new officer positions that would be paid for through money raised by fines. A report, set to be discussed at Monday's city council meeting, states that with no new police officer positions... Read more
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The Burton View
District 50 State Rep Race | July 21, 2016Family: Lynne M. Freiberger (wife), Jonathan and Kelly Freiberger (son and wife
District 50 State Rep Race | July 21, 2016
The Burton View / Posted 2 days ago
Family: Lynne M. Freiberger (wife), Jonathan and Kelly Freiberger (son and wife), Thomas and Travis Freiberger (grandsons), Michael and Jane Freiberger (brother and wife), John F. Freiberger (brother), Lorraine Lince (formerly Freiberger-Conn)... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Chester looking to increase revenueCouncil gave a first reading to an ordinance that will raise the municipal serv
Chester looking to increase revenue
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
Council gave a first reading to an ordinance that will raise the municipal service fee from $45 a year to $75 a year. The fee, which currently generates $67,000 toward the city's general fund, is assessed on every homeowner and business. Council... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Chester officials look harder at bottom lineCouncil gave a first reading to an ordinance that will raise the municipal serv
Chester officials look harder at bottom line
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 4 days ago
Council gave a first reading to an ordinance that will raise the municipal service fee from $45 a year to $75 a year. The fee, which currently generates $67,000 toward the city's general fund, is assessed on every homeowner and business. Council... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
From real estate to Republican politics: 'Relentless' Ron Weiser now among GOP's elite fundraisers Photo by Lon Horwedel Ron Weiser is one of the six vice chairpersons of a joi
From real estate to Republican politics: 'Relentless' Ron Weiser now among GOP's elite fundraisers
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 6 days ago
Photo by Lon Horwedel Ron Weiser is one of the six vice chairpersons of a joint fundraising committee for presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump and the... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Borough residents debate ways to oppose annexationBorough residents who oppose the city of Soldotna’s plan to annex are still war
Borough residents debate ways to oppose annexation
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 10 days ago
Borough residents who oppose the city of Soldotna’s plan to annex are still wary of the city’s intentions and are looking for ways to raise awareness. The city of Soldotna recently issued a study it commissioned on the economic effects of annexing... Read more
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New York Post
ObamaCare has city hospitals drowning in red inkDon’t look now, but the city’s municipal hospitals are on financial life suppor
ObamaCare has city hospitals drowning in red ink
New York Post / Posted 13 days ago
Don’t look now, but the city’s municipal hospitals are on financial life support — and the situation is growing more dire by the day. The biggest culprit? ObamaCare. Meanwhile, Team de Blasio’s plan to stem the bleeding is built largely on... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Bill de Blasio thinks the city can stop dumping its garbage by 2030. Is he dreaming?REFUSE-NIKS: Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia and Sims' Tom Outerbridge i
Bill de Blasio thinks the city can stop dumping its garbage by 2030. Is he dreaming?
Crain's New York Business / Posted 13 days ago
REFUSE-NIKS: Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia and Sims' Tom Outerbridge in Sunset Park. Most cities use machines to hoist their garbage from curb to truck. New York has guys like Julius Brewster. The 56-year-old works most nights from 7 p.m.... Read more
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Clovis News Journal
Officials considering new city flagBy Kevin WilsonManaging Editorkwilson@cnjonline.com The Clovis City Commission
Officials considering new city flag
Clovis News Journal / Posted 15 days ago
By Kevin WilsonManaging Editorkwilson@cnjonline.com The Clovis City Commission is agreeable to the idea of a new flag for the city. Commissioners just aren’t sure what that flag should look like, or how they can make sure citizens have the final say... Read more
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The News & Observer
What NC lawmakers did – and didn’t do – in the short session | News & Observer July 3, 2016 12:31 AM By Lynn Bonner, Colin Campbell and
What NC lawmakers did – and didn’t do – in the short session
The News & Observer / Posted 20 days ago
| News & Observer July 3, 2016 12:31 AM By Lynn Bonner, Colin Campbell and Craig Jarvis The General Assembly’s 2016 short... Read more
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The Mercury News
Sunnyvale: Three candidates will compete for vacant city council seat in AugustThe sudden and surprising resignation of Sunnyvale City Councilman David Whittu
Sunnyvale: Three candidates will compete for vacant city council seat in August
The Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
The sudden and surprising resignation of Sunnyvale City Councilman David Whittum in April has forced the city to hold a special election less than three months before the November general election. Three men will vie for the empty council seat on... Read more

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