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2015/02/27 01:55
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Port Coquitlam plans to put more teeth into its bylaws governing aggressive and dangerous dogs. A number of changes are being recommended by the city’s bylaw services manager as a result of recent...
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2015/02/27 01:28
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Appointments to Lottery Distribution CommitteesFriday, 27 February 2015, 1:31 pmPress Release: New Zealand GovernmentHon Peter DunneMinister of Internal Affairs27 February 2015 Media...
2015/02/26 23:45
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The San Diego Police Department has released traffic stop and search statistics for the first time in more than a decade, and the data is raising concerns for the ACLU over racial profiling. The...
2015/02/26 22:29
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Grey County is to have a representative on a provincial committee that is to review fees charged to pit and quarry operators. The county wants to see the fees increased and have more of the money...
2015/02/26 18:39
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The Conservatives have agreed to increase the parliamentary scrutiny of the government’s anti-terrorism legislation, but the NDP is still fighting to hear more witnesses on Bill C-51. The...
2015/02/26 14:13
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It’s been a long time since there’s been a real election for mayor of Pasadena. Sixteen years, to be exact, when Bill Bogaard — part of the City Council back in the 1980s, when it was known as the...
2015/02/26 14:12
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By Ariel Hakim DOWNTOWN AKRON — Summit County Council’s Public Works Committee recommended Feb. 23 the county sell some of its sanitary sewer facilities to the City of Barberton in a $1.75 million...
2015/02/26 06:21
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ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS —Children will have a say when it comes to improving security at the borough's two schools when the district forms a Student Safety Committee this year. The committee will allow...
2015/02/26 06:17
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But two years later, the project is unfinished and the city is facing potential litigation by the contractor. Capriati Construction has been dissatisfied with the city's compensation for extra work...
2015/02/26 06:17
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The council's Public Works and Safety Committee on Wednesday voted to recommend amending city ordinance to prohibit the use of BB guns, bows and arrows and other projectiles in city limits except...
2015/02/26 05:45
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Crime in San Diego dropped 13.5 percent in 2014, though three communities are still struggling with a rise in violent crime, according to new statistics released this week. At the San Diego City...
2015/02/26 03:14
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Executive Finance Director Joe Onzick presented the proposed adjustments to the Finance Committee on Wednesday, a day after Sheriff Donald Kramer defended his decision to reduce the federal inmate...
2015/02/26 01:25
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The director of San Diego's Office of Homeland Security answered questions from elected officials Wednesday about his progress in helping city departments update their emergency plans. An audit...
2015/02/25 23:05
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The case is the latest attempt by the newspaper to obtain information on the investigation, which has been shrouded in secrecy from the public and even from high-ranking county officials. Sheriff...
2015/02/25 22:34
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UPDATED: 1:45 p.m. Feb. 25 State officials have fined an Oregon mobile home manufacturer in $75,800 for five safety violations, including one willful violation, as a result of a complaint inspection...
2015/02/25 22:10
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... we continue to allow illegal immigrants access to all these services, we will be flooded.” — Future Republican Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle on driver’s licenses and other public benefits going to illegal...
2015/02/25 21:15
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AUGUSTA, Maine — People in Maine who falsely claim they’re military veterans for financial gain could be more easily prosecuted under a proposal passed by the Legislature’s Criminal Justice and Public...
2015/02/25 13:28
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The truck weight debate is raging again at the State Capitol. Aggregate suppliers, road builders and others are asking Minnesota lawmakers to allow heavier trucks on the roads to hasten and...
2015/02/25 13:21
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COLUMBIA, SC -- City of Columbia employees may have to undergo active-shooter training after Emergency Operations Center officials suggested to Columbia city officials the training could help keep...
2015/02/25 08:01
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Emergency dispatch merger between Geneva, Ontario County moves forward GENEVA — Though a timeline for a merger remains unclear, the initial steps have been taken toward the combination of Geneva's...
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