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Councillor eyes mayoral chair
John Van Laerhoven has decided to run for mayor in the District of Kent. “I’ve enjoyed the last three years,” he told the Observer. “There’s been some difficult times in the last few years but I...
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Six months later, Hacienda residents still waitin...
Residents of Richmond's troubled Hacienda public housing development must feel as if they're trapped in a time warp. After reports of water leaks, mold and vermin infestation earlier this year, the...
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Kwekwe mayor refuses ride in the gravy train
Kwekwe mayor refuses ride in the gravy train HOW many people, upon landing a lucrative job, would turn down a brand new US$68 000 Double Cab Toyota D4D offered by the employer? By BLESSED...
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Key issues new First Minister must address
THE SNP Government pushed everything else to one side for the last two years as they pursued their dream of independence. The day job of running the health service, the justice system, schools,...
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Glen Rock turf field fact sessions underway
With the Faber field turf referendum six weeks away, the Glen Rock Borough Council has mounted a renewed push to disseminate facts and figures about its plan - an effort that began this week, and will...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
Best results for the community?
IT’S hardly a surprise Tamworth Regional Council’s move to untangle the festival traffic gridlock has fallen flatter than a steamrolled pancake. IT’S hardly a surprise Tamworth Regional Council’s...
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Tamworth Regional Council
North Beach council approves second round of park...
In a nearly unanimous vote Thursday, the North Beach Town Council authorized a second round of requests for proposals for the construction of ponds for the proposed and contentious Bayfront Park &...
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Economic Development Committee
Scotland Votes as U.K.’s Future Hangs in the Bala...
Voters in Scotland will today decide whether to seek independence from the U.K. in a ballot that could spell the end of a three-century-old union that once dominated the world from America to...
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The New Statesman
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Broomfield council abuzz about backyard bees; mem...
Broomfield residents who want to keep bees in residential neighborhoods might be one step closer to that goal after City Council has decided to reconsider beekeeping rules. At a study session...
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Brisbane the latest council to look at permit for...
THE weather is heating up, and for many of us this is the season of endless summer barbecues, lazy picnics and kid’s birthdays celebrated under a tree in the local park. But open space has become a...
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Brisbane City Council
First of three Alberni all candidates forums down
It was a diplomatic and informative affair as more than 260 people crowded Port Alberni's Capitol Theatre on Thursday evening to listen to the four mayoral candidates make their pitch for the city's...
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Potpourri: 3Rs cost GP too much
There had been a skirmish in August when the school board said it wouldn’t be pursuing the hiring of seven high school teachers because the city wouldn’t cough up the extra money. The city said...
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ERISA Advisory Council to hold open meeting Monda...
News Release EBSA News Release: [09/08/2014] Contact Name: Laura McGinnis or Michael Trupo Phone Number: (202) 693-4653 or x6588 WASHINGTON An open meeting of the AdvisoryCouncil on Employee...
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Palo Alto struggles to strike a balance with side...
A Palo Alto law that requires new development to be built close to the street may soon be scrapped or modified, though officials remain far from certain about what type of changes should be made. The...
Read more at Palo Alto Weekly
Rural Fire Service considers review of urban bush...
The Rural Fire Service is to consider making amendments to the controversial new vegetation clearing laws for bush-fire zones in built-up urban areas as more evidence has emerged that homeowners are...
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Northern Daily Leader
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