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Berkshire Eagle
Pittsfield councilors pressed to update aging fleet of fire vehiclesPITTSFIELD >> Consultants who reviewed the city Fire Department's vehicle
Pittsfield councilors pressed to update aging fleet of fire vehicles
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 2 days ago
PITTSFIELD >> Consultants who reviewed the city Fire Department's vehicle fleet described it as aging and in a "somewhat precarious" state, while strongly recommending an aggressive replacement schedule. Thomas Shard and Michael Wilbur of... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Keeping affordable housing a priority: CITY HALLaffordable? Affordable housing can include ownership, rental or subsidized hou
Keeping affordable housing a priority: CITY HALL
Barrie Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
affordable? Affordable housing can include ownership, rental or subsidized housing. It is defined in the province and the City of Barrie as housing that does not exceed 30% of gross annual household income for low and moderate income households or... Read more
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Chichester Observer
West Chichester 1,600-home blueprint endorsed after split decisionland west of Chichester where 1,600 homes are proposed A blueprint for a 1,600
West Chichester 1,600-home blueprint endorsed after split decision
Chichester Observer / Posted 3 days ago
land west of Chichester where 1,600 homes are proposed A blueprint for a 1,600-home development was narrowly endorsed by councillors today despite significant concerns over its potential impact. The development, which would be located... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Board of Finance backs Port Covington TIFthe co-chair of Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development, said in a statem
Board of Finance backs Port Covington TIF
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
the co-chair of Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development, said in a statement. "At a time when we need to unite our City, this deal as it stands divides Baltimore — one downtown and the other uptown." Sagamore, which controls about 160... Read more
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World Tribune
2012: Middle East– December 3 Netanyahu warned against ‘soft response’ to UN statehood ruling
2012: Middle East
World Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
– December 3 Netanyahu warned against ‘soft response’ to UN statehood ruling – December 3 The stench of Benghazi: Select committee must be impaneled now – December 3 UAE closing on oil deal with Kurdistan – December 3 Report: China, Russia... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
What will the city centre's skyscraper boom mean for Manchester?out: the huge number of skyscrapers. There are currently at least 15 buildings
What will the city centre's skyscraper boom mean for Manchester?
Manchester Evening News / Posted 9 days ago
out: the huge number of skyscrapers. There are currently at least 15 buildings of 30 storeys or more earmarked for the city centre, with the latest coming in at a whopping 64 floors. Other than the Beetham and CIS towers – both ground-breaking... Read more
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Pleasanton Weekly
Brimming with technology, Bay East serves region's real estate professionalssure it's offering timely, relevant and valuable services. "This information i
Brimming with technology, Bay East serves region's real estate professionals
Pleasanton Weekly / Posted 9 days ago
sure it's offering timely, relevant and valuable services. "This information is analyzed and used in our comprehensive strategic planning process to improve existing programs and services and to offer new resources and technologies," Ott... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
What Simone Zimmerman represents about millennial Jewrychanged while she was an undergraduate at UC Berkeley. During her freshman yea
What Simone Zimmerman represents about millennial Jewry
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 10 days ago
changed while she was an undergraduate at UC Berkeley. During her freshman year, Zimmerman joined the campus Israel Action Committee, a pro-Israel student group, but became disillusioned during a 2010 student government debate over a bill pushed by... Read more
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Pleasanton Express
Goodbye, for Now | April 20, 2016Ford Shale oil and gas activity. The purpose of the program has always been to
Goodbye, for Now | April 20, 2016
Pleasanton Express / Posted 10 days ago
Ford Shale oil and gas activity. The purpose of the program has always been to provide communities in South Texas with planning services, research, workshops to generate economic development tools and skills to promote sustainable economic... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
Elyria health district merger moves to full Councilruns the Lorain County General Health District, made the remark toward the end
Elyria health district merger moves to full Council
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted 12 days ago
runs the Lorain County General Health District, made the remark toward the end of a long meeting Monday night when Elyria City Council debated shuttering the Elyria City Health District. Merging with the county agency will reportedly save Elyria... Read more
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The Sault Star
Council to launch corporate strategic plan sessionIn order to be a progressive city, Sault Ste. Marie's city council has to devel
Council to launch corporate strategic plan session
The Sault Star / Posted 16 days ago
In order to be a progressive city, Sault Ste. Marie's city council has to develop a corporate strategic plan that is ambitious and drives change within the organization and as a corporate leader, said Mayor Christian Provenzano. City council held... Read more
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The Seattle Times
The lapse that led to Seattle ethics probe of Scott Kublyinvestigation into Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) Director Scott K
The lapse that led to Seattle ethics probe of Scott Kubly
The Seattle Times / Posted 18 days ago
investigation into Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) Director Scott Kubly is examining whether he violated the city’s Ethics Code by not receiving permission to work during his first year at City Hall on matters involving his former... Read more
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Maneater
Improving AAU status is a long-term game following budget cuts, leadership changesAt a general faculty meeting in April 2014, then-Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin urg
Improving AAU status is a long-term game following budget cuts, leadership changes
Maneater / Posted 19 days ago
At a general faculty meeting in April 2014, then-Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin urged Faculty Council to consider the face of the university in 50 years. “Why can’t we be the aspirational land grant (university)?” Loftin said in a Mizzou Weekly... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chamber Corner: Unique business networking event this week aboard Mystiqueby his senate colleagues in 2015 to serve as Majority Leader. He is also Chair
Chamber Corner: Unique business networking event this week aboard Mystique
The Middletown Press / Posted 20 days ago
by his senate colleagues in 2015 to serve as Majority Leader. He is also Chair of the Executive and Legislative Nominations Committee and Vice Chair of the Legislative Management Committee. This important event is sponsored by Eversource, and I... Read more
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Sunday Observer
PM wows investors in Beijing : UNP infuses young blood into the party leadershipmore responsibilities to the party�s second and third tier politicians. The mo
PM wows investors in Beijing : UNP infuses young blood into the party leadership
Sunday Observer / Posted 21 days ago
more responsibilities to the party�s second and third tier politicians. The most significant outcome of the UNP Working Committee meeting last Tuesday was the new appointment given to Minister Daya Gamag� as the party�s new Senior Deputy... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Council cuts £3m funding for Police ScotlandGLASGOW City Council is to pull £3 million worth of funding for 100 local polic
Council cuts £3m funding for Police Scotland
EveningTimes Online / Posted 22 days ago
GLASGOW City Council is to pull £3 million worth of funding for 100 local police officers. The cash, given to the national force as a contribution towards community policing, is being slashed as the cash-strapped local authority struggles to balance... Read more
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Daily News
Port City to function as country's business hubThe Colombo Port City will be considered a special jurisdiction area enabling i
Port City to function as country's business hub
Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
The Colombo Port City will be considered a special jurisdiction area enabling it to function as the country's financial and business hub, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said yesterday He said the monetary laws would be changed to achieve this... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Positive evaluation of Educational Psychology ServiceCouncil news > Press Releases > 08/04/16 A validated self-evaluation (VSE)
Positive evaluation of Educational Psychology Service
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 23 days ago
Council news > Press Releases > 08/04/16 A validated self-evaluation (VSE) by Aberdeen City Council's Educational Psychology Service (EPS)... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
This Cambridgeshire businessman wants to be mayor of East Anglia - who is he?businessman. Who is Peter Dawe? Peter Dawe spent his early career working in
This Cambridgeshire businessman wants to be mayor of East Anglia - who is he?
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 23 days ago
businessman. Who is Peter Dawe? Peter Dawe spent his early career working in finance and management services at Cambridge City and Cambridgeshire County councils. He was an early board member of the East of England Development Agency, but... Read more
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Salon.com
Nuclear winter on a planetary scale: The biggest threat to mankind virtually no one is talking abouta situation has no parallel in the Washington-Moscow nuclear arms race of the C
Nuclear winter on a planetary scale: The biggest threat to mankind virtually no one is talking about
Salon.com / Posted 23 days ago
a situation has no parallel in the Washington-Moscow nuclear arms race of the Cold War era. When it comes to Pakistan’s strategic nuclear weapons, their parts are stored in different locations to be assembled only upon an order from the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Paul Tully gets nod as the new Deputy MayorIT WAS a no brainer on every level. After 37 years as an Ipswich councillor, P
Paul Tully gets nod as the new Deputy Mayor
Queensland Times / Posted 23 days ago
IT WAS a no brainer on every level. After 37 years as an Ipswich councillor, Paul Tully was elected Deputy Mayor of Ipswich on Friday with all councillors unanimously endorsing a motion by Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale to that effect. It was a proud... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Development Center to open this monthConstruction on the city of Loveland's new Development Center is almost complet
Development Center to open this month
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Construction on the city of Loveland's new Development Center is almost complete, and staff members are planning to move into the building at 410 E. Fifth Street on April 22. The formerly named Fire Administration Building, or FAB, is now called the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Numbers show no lockout fallout in Newtownto the controversial CBD and Kings Cross lockout laws. The results were showca
Numbers show no lockout fallout in Newtown
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
to the controversial CBD and Kings Cross lockout laws. The results were showcased at the March Safety in Marrickville committee meeting, attended by local police. “All crime categories are down despite an increase in pedestrians and patrons.... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Witney traders "not worried" about WestgateCONFIDENT traders and councillors in Witney have said they are "not worried at
Witney traders "not worried" about Westgate
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
CONFIDENT traders and councillors in Witney have said they are "not worried at all" about the impact the new Westgate Centre in Oxford could have on shopping in the town. With the revamped Oxford shopping centre due to open in Autumn 2017,... Read more
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The Daily Californian
ASUC executive officers look back on past year of their termsoversaw grant-writing and collaborations between her office, the UC Berkeley Fo
ASUC executive officers look back on past year of their terms
The Daily Californian / Posted 26 days ago
oversaw grant-writing and collaborations between her office, the UC Berkeley Food Pantry and the campus food security committee to establish a bigger pantry space. Furthermore, Dejen worked to hold BearFest, a large concert event. According... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
Even without merger, Elyria Health District leader says it's on borrowed timeELYRIA — The Elyria City Health District will likely not exist in five years, e
Even without merger, Elyria Health District leader says it's on borrowed time
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted 26 days ago
ELYRIA — The Elyria City Health District will likely not exist in five years, even if City Council chooses not to merge services now with the Lorain County General Health District. Elyria’s health department is just too small and the cost to keep... Read more
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ABC News
What You Need to Know About NATOattack against all." The policy is outlined in Article 5 and has only been invo
What You Need to Know About NATO
ABC News / Posted 26 days ago
attack against all." The policy is outlined in Article 5 and has only been invoked once, after the Twin Towers in New York City were attacked on September 11, 2001, and NATO members sent troops to Afghanistan. After the Taliban fell, a United... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chamber Corner: Network on Lady Catherine at Business After Work next weekcalendar for the month, I would like to do a quick recap of last week. On Monda
Chamber Corner: Network on Lady Catherine at Business After Work next week
The Middletown Press / Posted 27 days ago
calendar for the month, I would like to do a quick recap of last week. On Monday afternoon, the chamber’s Tourism Steering Committee hosted its second “Let’s Make a Deal” event at the chamber office. This special meeting was designed to help our... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
An update from Elkford Mayor Dean McKerracherimprove the area. The Free Press spoke with District of Elkford Mayor Dean McKe
An update from Elkford Mayor Dean McKerracher
Fernie Free Press / Posted 28 days ago
improve the area. The Free Press spoke with District of Elkford Mayor Dean McKerracher to highlight what has been keeping City Council busy. Deer relocation project Elkford was one of four communities in the East Kootenay that participated in a... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Apartment rent hikes magnify high cost of a UW educationconstruction in the University District and a corresponding uptick in rents, UW
Apartment rent hikes magnify high cost of a UW education
The Seattle Times / Posted 29 days ago
construction in the University District and a corresponding uptick in rents, UW student government leaders are asking the city of Seattle to include students in the city’s planning work to chart the course of development around the state’s biggest... Read more

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