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Crestview News Bulletin
What's Happening in North Okaloosa County132-133, Northwest Florida State College, 100 College Blvd., Niceville. Honors
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted yesterday
132-133, Northwest Florida State College, 100 College Blvd., Niceville. Honors this year’s inductees in the Okaloosa County Commission on the Status of Women Hall of Fame. RSVPs required. Call 685-7786 to RSVP or for details. FALL/CHRISTMAS BAZAAR:... Read more
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Finance and Commerce
CPM pitches Lyn-Lake ‘micro’ rentalsand a rooftop patio on the side of the building that fronts on Lake Street. Do
Finance and Commerce / Posted 5 days ago
and a rooftop patio on the side of the building that fronts on Lake Street. Documents submitted to the city’s Planning Commission of the Whole did not specify how much the units would cost, and CPM officials could not be reached for further... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Planning Commission Recommends Approval For Short Term Vacation Rental For Former City Councilman Dan PageThe Planning Commission on Monday afternoon recommended approval for a request
The Chattanoogan / Posted 5 days ago
The Planning Commission on Monday afternoon recommended approval for a request by former City Councilman Dan Page for a short term vacation rental. Mr. Page said he and his wife, Shirley, would like to occasionally rent out their home on Hamill Road... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Charlotte residents have safety concerns because of fox, coyote influxplanning to jump back in the car and leave as fast as I can," Shameca Holloway
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 5 days ago
planning to jump back in the car and leave as fast as I can," Shameca Holloway said. Holloway was going to walk the greenway until she learned coyotes have been spotted there. "I don't do coyotes at all," she said. Holloway has been... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
With no chance of service, rusting rails are uselessI totally agree with the conclusions of the Greenway folks concerning the railr
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
I totally agree with the conclusions of the Greenway folks concerning the railroad right-of-way presented in Sunday’s paper, and also on other occasions, but I believe I can simplify their arguments. Rail passenger service will not be viable in Santa... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Capital City pushes pedal powerJefferson City is taking steps to become a more bicycle-friendly community. Th
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Jefferson City is taking steps to become a more bicycle-friendly community. The Jefferson City Environmental Quality Commission brought back its bicycle subcommittee last week with the goal of being designated a "bicycle-friendly community." A... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
With soccer vote looming, county finds way to pay for languishing park projects- Two days before a crucial vote on whether to fund a new soccer stadium, Meckl
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 17 days ago
- Two days before a crucial vote on whether to fund a new soccer stadium, Mecklenburg County manager Dena Diorio told commissioners she’s found a way to advance 13 park projects from a 2008 bond referendum that have yet to be funded. Critics... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
With soccer vote looming, county finds way to pay for languishing park projects- Two days before a crucial vote on whether to fund a new soccer stadium, Meckl
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 17 days ago
- Two days before a crucial vote on whether to fund a new soccer stadium, Mecklenburg County manager Dena Diorio told commissioners she’s found a way to advance 13 park projects from a 2008 bond referendum that have yet to be funded. Critics... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times letters: Reflect peoples’ wishesit. John Clarke, PearceFlaws in uni study One point commentators seem to have
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
it. John Clarke, PearceFlaws in uni study One point commentators seem to have missed regarding the recent Human Rights Commission report is that it did not initially involve 30,000 students, but 300,000 – more than 90 per cent could not be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times letters: Reflect peoples’ wishesit. John Clarke, PearceFlaws in uni study One point commentators seem to have
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
it. John Clarke, PearceFlaws in uni study One point commentators seem to have missed regarding the recent Human Rights Commission report is that it did not initially involve 30,000 students, but 300,000 – more than 90 per cent could not be... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times letters: Reflect peoples’ wishesit. John Clarke, PearceFlaws in uni study One point commentators seem to have
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
it. John Clarke, PearceFlaws in uni study One point commentators seem to have missed regarding the recent Human Rights Commission report is that it did not initially involve 30,000 students, but 300,000 – more than 90 per cent could not be... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
As bicycling community grows, city looks to encourage act as mode of transportationThe Jefferson City Environmental Quality Commission resurrected its bicycle sub
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
The Jefferson City Environmental Quality Commission resurrected its bicycle subcommittee last week, bringing the city one step closer to a bicycle-friendly community designation. The bicycle subcommittee will be "the 'doers' in our community to... Read more
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WBIR-TV Knoxville
Longtime Knoxville city councilwoman Jean Teague dies at 83one of the members to make the decision to bring the World's Fair to Knoxville.
WBIR-TV Knoxville / Posted 30 days ago
one of the members to make the decision to bring the World's Fair to Knoxville. She also served as a metropolitan planning commission member and retired as a nurse at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center. Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero went on... Read more

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