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Taking a step forward
... of the Hancock City Council have been discussing how to integrate non-motorized methods of transportation into the city, and with the passing Wednesday of a Complete Streets Ordinance, that...
Read more at The Daily Mining Gazette
Downtown Development Authority
Wake-Up Call: Happy Earth Day
... week he didn’t believe it was humane to have the four-legged animals walking crowded city streets, changed gaits Monday when asked about the Police Department’s horses, report our Dale...
Read more at New York Daily News
Paving planning continues
EAST LIVERPOOL - City Council took steps Monday night to proceed with paving of several downtown streets this year, authorizing a loan to pay the city's share of the project cost. By a unanimous...
Read more at The East Liverpool Review
Ohio Department of Transportation
Council against board relocation
... the space is not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, is too small and has security issues. He also said board members are not pushing to leave Tiffin but need a space...
Read more at The Advertiser-Tribune
Thomasville City Council approves incentives for ...
... Project Mind is an unidentified metal-working company that plans to invest $2 million and proposes to create 20 jobs over the next three years if it decides to relocate in Thomasville,...
Read more at The Lexington Dispatch
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Metro contracts Topeka company for HR assistance
... officer Chip Falldine. The business also had the highest results for customer service and satisfaction. While Falldine didn't have a budget item on the expense, hourly costs will range...
Read more at The Topeka Capital-Journal
Earth Day 2014: A Cleaner World With The Green Ci...
Each year on April 22 numerous organizations, agencies, communities and citizens around the world join together to celebrate everything Earth. This year, one of the biggest events surrounding Earth...
Read more at redOrbit
Earth Day Network
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Greeks in Qatar contributing to the great boom
... engineers, pilots, stewards, hotel workers, sports trainers, physical therapists and sports event planners have descended on Qatar in droves to join in the frenzied preparations for...
Read more at Kathimerini
the 2022 World Cup
the 2004 Olympics
Catch up on some of the top civic stories in O.C.
... of a push by OCTA Chairman Shawn Nelson, Vice-Chairman Jeff Lalloway, Director Todd Spitzer and others to make it safer and easier for people to ride bikes in Orange County. At Monday’s...
Read more at Orange County Register
Southern California Association of Governments
Editorial: Hike penalties for repeat DUI
When Robert Landis, a 50-year-old construction worker from Chester County, drove drunk on April 26, 2013, crashing his pickup truck into a motorcycle and killing a 24-year-old volunteer firefighter,...
Read more at York Daily Record
Chester County Court
Chester County Court
City Council Calls for Stricter Regulations on In...
... City Council called for greater regulation of intercity buses, urging the city's Department of Transportation to set up a permit system for the industry. Currently, low-cost bus companies like...
Read more at DNA Info
Department of Transportation
New York City
Poultry feed recalled; Urban League offering free...
TGIF, North and Northeast Portland. I'm headed back to Arbor Lodge today to finish up a story on vocation exploring for disadvantaged youth. Here's the news from your neighborhoods. A plant in North...
Read more at OregonLive.com
Jazz Journalists Association
Research reveals bus stop crime hot spots
... E. Denise Lee, Council member for District 8. “Drugs are being sold, loitering is going on and no one is catching the bus.” Lee told Action News she actually asked the Jacksonville...
Read more at FOX30 / CBS47 Jacksonville
Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office
Earth Day Ventura County
Tree removal in T.O. sparks angerThe city of Thousand Oaks last week began removing trees along Pederson Road, a picturesque drive just off Highway 23. Eleven trees in total were scheduled for removal...
Read more at Ventura County Reporter
Projects to be paid for with $724K in gas impact ...
Thursday night, including financial assistance from Lycoming County, toward the sidewalks, curbing and curb-cuts for handicapped accessibility around the former Brodart warehouse neighborhood. That...
Read more at The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Call For Change After Hit-Run Paralyzes Skateboar...
After a slew of tragic hit-and-run collisions this year, including one involving a popular skateboarder left paralyzed in Santa Monica, a recent bill has garnered recognition for its stringent cause...
Read more at NBC Los Angeles
Department of Motor Vehicles
Santa Monica Police Department
Who let the dogs out?
BONIFAY – Resident Connie Land came before the Bonifay City Council during their April 14 meeting to seek reprieve from her neighbor, Misty Peak, whom she accused of too many complaints against her...
Read more at Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Florida Department of Transportation
El Cerrito envisions major changes on San Pablo A...
... City officials are seeking community input on a sweeping plan to guide development in its main transportation and shopping corridor over the next 25 years. The San Pablo Avenue Specific Plan...
Read more at Contra Costa Times Newspapers
New CB7 Members to Bring Tech Expertise to Upper ...
... joining the ranks of Community Board 7, including those with expertise in technology, education and life on the Upper West Side, the Manhattan Borough President's office said. Competition was...
Read more at DNA Info
state liquor authority
Department of Transportation
Push to ban big trucks from West 39th Street rais...
Lincoln neighborhood residents want the city to ban big trucks from using West 39th Street. And members of the Vancouver City Council acknowledge the two-lane street wasn’t built for the...
Read more at The Columbian
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