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HANCOCK -- According to the Hancock Volunteer Fire Department, fire and police were dispatched at 11:37 am to a house fire at 1400 Anthony Street. The house was fully engulfed in flames and smoke...
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2015/04/01 15:23
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The River Edge Borough Council recently introduced its 2015 preliminary budget. According to Councilman Edward Mignone, the total budget for this fiscal year equals $15,027,507. The tax levy is...
2015/04/01 14:22
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Now that winter is finally over and spring is ushering in warmer temps, Department of Public Works officials are taking a look back at the season that seemed to drag on forever. The...
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2015/04/01 12:19
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A $291.3 million spending package for 2015-16 -- $213,810 higher than initially proposed by First Selectman Michael Tetreau -- was approved Tuesday by the Board of Selectmen, with a projected 1.64...
2015/04/01 06:15
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MAHWAH, N.J. (PIX11) – A handful of residents are moving to recall the Mayor of Mahwah. The effort comes after a raucous council meeting, which included yelling, obscenities and a few flips of the...
2015/03/31 17:21
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LITTLE FALLS - When some individuals park illegally in town, it has others wondering what is being done to improve parking standards and regulations in the municipality. Karen Winick, president of...
2015/03/31 15:55
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City Engineer Christopher Vose and Deputy City Engineer Joel Wilson said Monday the upgrade is not only brightening up government work spaces, but will ultimately save taxpayers money in the long...
2015/03/30 20:41
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Many properties in town were illegal dumping grounds for years. One former town employee who worked at the Holly Hill dump said in a sworn affidavit that various companies in town were allowed to...
2015/03/30 10:19
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Wexford Co. commissioners to weigh in on DPW severance package at next meeting CADILLAC — Two Wexford County employees are left within the Department of Public Works, and it appears the county is...
2015/03/30 04:54
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BROWN CITY — The city plans to further investigate the unusually large use of water being recorded at Brown City Community Schools. At Monday’s (March 23) meeting, the Brown City Council heard that...
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2015/03/29 09:09
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WEST BOYLSTON � In order to allow for more roadside snow melting, seasonal street sweeping will begin one week later than usual. The West Boylston DPW will begin street sweeping on April 13. The DPW...
2015/03/29 09:09
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By Ken Cleveland ITEM CORRESPONDENT CLINTON � The town's power will be a bit cheaper after selectmen last week approved an agreement with Constellation Energy. The 24-month agreement gives the town...
2015/03/29 09:09
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SOUTHBRIDGE � Acting Town Manager Kevin E. Paicos on last week presented a more than $50 million fiscal 2016 budget that carried out the Town Council's objective not to use new tax revenue and depend...
2015/03/29 07:57
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Mystery solved; water leak fixed A major water leak that has baffled Rutland City officials was found and repaired Saturday. The leak resulted in the loss of millions of gallons and decreased water...
2015/03/29 04:08
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By DIANA GOOVAERTS Hopatcong's recovery from Superstorm Sandy will continue in April, as the borough Environmental Commission plans the distribution of 1,000 free tree seedlings to replace some of...
2015/03/28 13:21
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Twenty-five crews are working overtime again this Saturday to fill potholes around the city, the Department of Public Works said. During last Saturday's overtime pothole "blitz,"...
2015/03/27 23:57
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General Electric plant suspends operations due to water issues; officials suspect water leak - UPDATED Rutland City officials said they may have located the mystery water leak after it suddenly got...
2015/03/27 18:25
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Borough residents to see $36 tax hike in municipal budget TOTOWA - The Borough Council has introduced a $17,504,401 budget for 2015 that proposes a $36 increase in municipal taxes on a home assessed...
2015/03/27 15:09
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Video Credit: Nicole Pitt FRANKFORT, N.Y. (WKTV) - It's a project they've been talking about in Frankfort since 2006. The development of the Frankfort Marina is becoming a reality. The village is set...
2015/03/26 19:19
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The worse PWS is Cedar Creek and just lately I had a Reparable installer for a Whole House Water Treatment Service refused my Connection to a Court Ordered for the TCE Impacted from your Dump Plumes...
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