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The Chronicle Express
Jerusalem sewer study stalled, code officer resigns Posted Aug. 26, 2015 at 12:01 AM The plan to expand the town of Jerusalem’s
Jerusalem sewer study stalled, code officer resigns
The Chronicle Express / Posted 8 days ago
Posted Aug. 26, 2015 at 12:01 AM The plan to expand the town of Jerusalem’s public sewer system along the shoreline of Keuka Lake has been put on hold, for now. Town Engineer Wayne Ackart reported... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Frontier Makes Last-Ditch Pitch On "CT Gig"After picking a different company as the leading contender to build a new ultra
Frontier Makes Last-Ditch Pitch On "CT Gig"
New Haven Independent / Posted 8 days ago
After picking a different company as the leading contender to build a new ultra-fast public broadband Internet network, the Harp administration has agreed to give Frontier Communications another shot at making its case. Mayor Toni Harp revealed... Read more
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Hartford Courant
CT Gig Project: Plan To Offer Statewide Internet 100 Times Faster Than Average ServiceA group of state and municipal officials are working on a project they hope wil
CT Gig Project: Plan To Offer Statewide Internet 100 Times Faster Than Average Service
Hartford Courant / Posted 10 days ago
A group of state and municipal officials are working on a project they hope will change the Internet landscape in Connecticut: a fiber optic network that will offer broadband Internet service 100 times faster than average current speeds to every... Read more
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TribLIVE
City backs off controversial decision to withhold Narcan from firefightersPittsburgh officials reversed course on a controversial decision Friday to take
City backs off controversial decision to withhold Narcan from firefighters
TribLIVE / Posted 26 days ago
Pittsburgh officials reversed course on a controversial decision Friday to take away a life-saving, opiate antidote from firefighters who often are among the first emergency personnel to respond to 911 calls. Pittsburgh Public Safety Director... Read more
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New Haven Independent
3 Agencies Up City's Bond RatingThe city’s finances are in the black and likely to stay there, according to rec
3 Agencies Up City's Bond Rating
New Haven Independent / Posted 1 months ago
The city’s finances are in the black and likely to stay there, according to recent assessments from three bond ratings agencies. Mayor Toni Harp ascribed the positive results to her administration’s “conservative” fiscal policy at a City Hall press... Read more

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