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News from Ocean Beach and Point Loma – Early August 2022

Dead Torrey on Long Branch Still Up – City Forrester will be contacted by local Campbell rep Carole Landon-Stone, who led her block’s efforts to get someone to care for the now-dead famous Torrey pine, got a response from Linus Smith, the community representative for Ocean Beach and Point Loma for District 2. Landon-Stone and […]

Fewer people climbed Colorado 14ers in 2021, report says

DENVER — The number of people who dared to climb a 14er in Colorado fell 27% last year, with 14ers near the Front Range seeing an even bigger drop in visitation, according to the latest Colorado report. Fourteeners Initiative (CFI). Access to trails, parking restrictions, smoke from wildfires and more outdoor options as communities lifted […]

The number of hikers plunged on the Colorado 14ers in 2021 | New

The number of people climbing Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks has fluctuated dramatically in recent years, but hiker-use days in the Elk Mountains surrounding Aspen have remained consistent throughout 2019’s persistent snowpack, from the pandemic outbreak of 2020 and the smoke-ridden season of last year. A day of use by a hiker represents one person hiking a […]

Seven age-restricted duplexes will replace Charlie Brown’s former restaurant in Edison

EDISON — Despite objections from residents, the Zoning Board of Adjustment has approved seven age-restricted duplexes that will replace the former Charlie Brown restaurant on Plainfield Road. The board approved Markim Developers LLC’s proposal for the site at a meeting in June. “We reduced the density, we reduced the size of the buildings, we reduced […]

Robie Park will have a new master plan in the village

Some of these stakeholders are the residents living near Robie Park who made emotional appeals at recent city council meetings. They cited plans for the high school expansion that called for using part of the western portion of the park adjacent to the GHS for parking. These plans were rejected and none are under consideration. […]

Crackdown on ‘blind parking’ near nature reserve, amid ‘clear dangers’ on road

Double yellow lines have been painted along Astley Lane, which leads to St Aidan’s Nature Reserve, near Methley. Read more Read more Cheap parking in Leeds: 7 places you can park in Leeds city center for £5 or less… Leeds City Council said it was cracking down on ‘blind parking’ along the road at 60mph […]

Can we park on a double yellow line with a disabled badge?

BLUE badges allow people with disabilities to access parking spaces more easily. Parking spaces reserved for blue badge holders tend to be closer to entrances and cover larger areas, but does this include double yellow lines? Can we park on the double yellow lines with a disabled badge? Blue badge holders can park on the […]

Thorpe moves on parking changes – Times News Online

Published on July 15, 2022 at 3:09 p.m. Jim Thorpe City Council voted Thursday night to move forward with several parking and traffic changes, including lifting a restriction that banned larger vehicles from driving around Hazard Square. The change is being made to accommodate a recent change in the traffic pattern that prohibits left turns […]

Go camping? Here’s what you need to know in the event of a fire

A fire warning sign is pictured in Las Vegas, NM Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Flames ripped through more pine-covered mountains in New Mexico Tuesday, May 3, 2030, charring more than 217 square miles in over the past few weeks. . (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert) OArm weather, clear skies and long days mean it’s time to get […]

Haywards Heath car park can now introduce charges

Joy Dennis, Cabinet Member of West Sussex County Council for Highways and Transport, gave her consent for the St Wilfrid’s Way lower car park plan on Thursday July 7. Unless his decision is called for debate by councilors, it will come into effect on July 19, with parking included in the district council’s off-street parking […]

Motorway chiefs accused of lack of clear plan for Witney town center

HIGHWAYS chiefs are accused of lacking vision for Witney town centre, after asking shopkeepers how new public funds should be spent. Oxfordshire County Council has been given nearly £2m to spend on the town’s High Street, but – according to the businesses – ‘don’t know what to do with it’. It has been six months […]

Stonington officials seek solutions to short-term rental challenges | stonington

STONINGTON — For some local landlords, the growth of the private short-term rental market and online options such as Airbnb has proven to be a lucrative business, but one that, if not properly regulated, can make havoc in neighborhoods. In a tough post-pandemic economy that has forced Americans to think outside the box, the market […]

Smoke and fog from the North Carolina wildfires are expected to impact visibility through the weekend

HYDE Co., North Carolina – As the Ferebee Road Fire in Hyde County, North Carolina continues to burn, North Carolina Forest Service officials say smoke and fog are expected to have an impact on visibility throughout the weekend. The impacts of the smoke and fog combination created periodic visibility issues Thursday morning and during the […]

🌱 Doc Antle Released on Bail + Possible NMB Bag Ban Changes

Hello, neighbors! I’m back in your inbox this morning with your fresh copy of the Myrtle Beach daily. let’s take that Wednesday, June 29, 2022 started off on the right foot, with a quick guide to the most important things happening around town… Let’s take a look at today’s weather first: A shower and a […]

Huge hotel and repairs to damaged stone bridge among Cornwall’s latest planning applications

Every week dozens of planning applications are submitted to Cornwall Council, from conversions and demolitions to new businesses and housing. Most of them are small and relate to things like new skylights or trees that need to be cut down. But large-scale housing programs and infrastructure projects are also following the same path. Below are […]

“Without traffic” is a wonderful idea – unless you are disabled

The air in urban Britain is dirty. Sometimes it almost feels like breathing through second-hand smoke from a boozer before the smoking ban. It is the cause of asthma in children and a host of other respiratory conditions. It is harmful to health in general. We really need to clean up. Councils have sought to […]

Furious Scot slams fine for parking on ‘single yellow line’, he’s convinced he’s white

A furious tourist has slammed a fine he received for parking on a ‘single yellow line’, which he is convinced is white. Scott, who wishes to be known only by his first name, stopped by Edinburgh’s Inverleith Place during a visit to the capital‘s Trinity area on Monday June 6. The 34-year-old parked his car […]

Go camping? Here’s what you need to know when it comes to fire | Outside

Warm weather, clear skies and long days mean it’s time to get out and into the forests around Summit County, but it also means it’s time to watch for wildfire danger. . So how should campers, glampers and galivants in general prepare for a weekend in nature? Members of the Red, White, and Blue Fire […]

WATCH NOW: Summer means more visitors to Simmons Island, but city can’t charge for parking DNR says | New

Parking at Simmons Island Park north and south of the Beach House will remain free to the public following a committee’s investigation into whether the City of Kenosha could charge a fee to motorists who drive by. park in the spaces. The issue of parking on the island is perennial, especially since summer activities are […]

A councilor asks for a restriction on the parking of motorhomes in Narin

The Cathaoirleach of the Municipal District of Glenties, Cllr Anthony Molloy asked if there could be any restrictions on overnight motorhome parking in the Narin Pier area. The Fianna Fáil Councilor raised the issue at a recent Glenties Municipal District meeting. A recent investigation was conducted by KPMG and Fianna Fáil adviser Noreen McGarvey was […]

Ministry of Transport | TSA Announcement: Security Improvements at Lihue Airport

TSA Announcement: Security Improvements at Lihue Airport Posted on June 13, 2022 in Airport News, Main, News TSA Unveils State-of-the-Art Scanners and Photo ID Verification Units at Lihue Airport Security Checkpoint LIHUE, Hawaii – Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials announced today that they have begun installing four state-of-the-art computed tomography (CT) X-ray scanners at the […]

Armagh GAA’s new multi-million pound training facility will ‘hopefully transform the Gaelic Games’ for County Orchard – Armagh I

The Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon ​​Borough Council Planning Committee has approved an application to build a state-of-the-art £6.5m training center for Armagh GAA on the outskirts of Portadown. The request was presented at a Council Planning Committee meeting on Wednesday, June 8, as it is considered a major request. Submitted by WYG Planning on […]

Formosan Rubber: Approved lifting the ban on engaging in competitive conduct for newly elected directors and their representative.

Statement 1.Date of the shareholders meeting resolution:2022/06/08 2.Name and title of the director with permission to engage in competitive conduct: (1)Natural-person director : HSU, CHENG TSAI (2)Natural-person director : HSU, CHENG CHI (3)Representative of CHUAN HSIN FENG Ltd.:HSU, CHENG HSIN (4)Representative of PAC-NET CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION:HSU, WEI JYH (5)Representative of FORMOSAN CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION : LIN, KUN […]

Federal Judge Blocks Efforts to End Title 42 Policy at U.S.-Mexico Border – General Immigration

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Shortly before the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) ended its Trump-era COVID-19 pandemic restriction on the US-Mexico border, known as “Title 42”, a federal judge in Louisiana temporarily blocked its termination with a national preliminary. injunction. The judge […]

NC GOP Flip Flop leads Senate to approve Medicaid expansion

After nearly 10 years of nearly unanimous rejections, North Carolina GOP Senate leaders changed their minds this week on expanding Medicaid. (Photo by J. Zehnder/Creative Commons) NC GOP Flip Flop leads Senate to approve Medicaid expansion After nearly 10 years of nearly unanimous rejections, North Carolina GOP Senate leaders changed their minds this week on […]

Banning menthol cigarettes is a bad decision

In November 2017, your newspaper published an editorial with a prescient statement: “The best argument for legalizing marijuana is that prohibition hasn’t worked, just as it hasn’t worked for alcohol. Legalization is perhaps the best solution. Unfortunately, you are now actively encouraging a giant step backwards in a recent op-ed endorsing the Federal Food and […]

Prescott Fishing Guide – Signals AZ

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. Prescott’s temperate summer, beautiful vistas and peaceful mountain lakes are the perfect destination for a fishing trip. However, with so many lakes to choose from, settling on the shores is a daunting task. Here is your complete guide to fishing Prescott. Locations and regulations in […]

Overnight motorhome ban at Anglesey beauty spot ‘unenforceable’ as signs repeatedly disappear

Signs warning motorhomes and other vehicles against ‘no overnight stays’ at a remote Anglesey beauty spot are routinely removed or damaged. The signs, which are due to be replaced later, were placed in parking areas near the waterfront in Penmon after complaints. In 2017 overnight parking was banned by the council and a number of […]

Stalled Russian plane racks up $95,000 in parking fees at Mississauga’s Pearson airport

Preferred region How does this work? By Declan Finucane Published on May 27, 2022 at 12:06 p.m. A large Russian-owned cargo plane that has been stuck at Mississauga’s Pearson airport for three months has racked up “parking fees” of nearly $95,000 – and that’s by the minute. At a rate of 74 cents per minute, […]

Westborough Imposes Water Restriction – Community Advocate

Westborough’s illuminated sign announced the city’s water restriction in the town center on Wednesday. (Photo/Dakota Antelman) WESTBOROUGH – The Westborough Department of Public Works has implemented a water restriction. This prohibits a number of water uses between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., including irrigating lawns using sprinklers or automatic irrigation systems. The restriction also prohibits […]

Councils rake in £255million a year in parking fines and these councils make the most of it

Authorities issue the equivalent of 10 tickets per minute, with some councils earning over £30m each from the drivers Councils across the UK earned more than £255million from parking fines last year, with authorities issuing the equivalent of 10 tickets per minute. One authority alone earned more than £32million from parking tickets in 2021, as […]

Amwaj International sets offering price as it joins Saudi Arabia’s IPO boom

LONDON: Sharp falls in European and Asian stock markets followed Wall Street’s worst day since mid-2020 on Thursday, as stark warnings from some of the world’s biggest retailers underscored how badly inflation was biting. Bond markets rallied on the dive for safety and on bets that interest rate hikes could be recalibrated, but it was […]

Parking fines could soon be imposed in West Lothian, with many saying the measures are long overdue

The launch of a parking survey in West Lothian has shown how strong feelings on the subject are, as residents have issued criticism. Consultants are currently working on a review of parking in the county, ahead of new Holyrood legislation expected next year that will ban parking on sidewalks. This will effectively force the council […]

Traffic restriction in Hyd ahead of Amit Shah’s visit

Hyderabad: Before Amit Shah, Union Home Minister public meeting on Saturday in Tukkuguda village next to the outer ring road to mark the culmination of the second phase of the Praja Sangrama Padayatra of Bandi party Telangana unit chairman Sanjay Kumar, police also issued a route diversion , commuters who want to join the RGIA […]

Sheridan Reader Suggests Lowering Speed ​​Limits During Noblesville Farmers Market, Applauds Protest Restriction – Hamilton County Reporter

Posted By: The Journalist May 13, 2022 Letters to the editor do not reflect the views of The Reporter, its editor or its staff. You can submit your own letter to the editor via email at [email protected]. Please include your phone number and city of residence. The Reporter will publish one letter per person per […]

Eliminating single-family zoning isn’t the reason Minneapolis is a YIMBY success story

Minneapolis appears to be a YIMBY (Yes in my backyard) success story of relaxed zoning regulations leading to increased housing production and lower rents. Its much-vaunted abolition of single-family zoning, however, has little to do with that success. On Tuesday, a tweet (now deleted) went viral juxtaposing a Slate article on the abolition of Minneapolis […]

Smoking Iceland shopper fined £170 in £1 parking row

A furious pensioner claims she is being ‘blackmailed’ into paying a £170 parking fine, despite putting £1 in a machine while on a shopping trip to Iceland. Mary Jones, 72, and her husband Mike’s desperation showed when they went shopping at the Barnstaple branch. They parked in a parking lot they thought belonged to Iceland, […]

People talk about how they got a little revenge on their homeowners association, and I’m absolutely kidding

12. “Our board was tired of people leaving decorations for too long after the holiday was over, so they made a rule last July that we could only have decorations 15 days before and had to be taken down 15 days. after the holidays. Some people might think this rule is okay. But I like […]

A16 at North Thoresby to reduce speed limit

The A16 at North Thorsby. Lincolnshire County Council’s Planning and Regulatory Committee will be asked to approve the changes at North Thoresby, just before Ludborough Road, shortly after Church Lane. The stretch of road has seen 11 injury accidents in the past five years, including three serious accidents. Register to our daily newsletter LincolnshireWorld Today […]

Double yellow lines on a busy stretch of moorland roads

YELLOW lines have been installed on a busy stretch of moorland road troubled by irresponsible parking. A ‘no waiting at any time’ order came into effect on the roads around Two Bridges. The road has long suffered from parking issues, which is not only visually intrusive, but has also led to road safety issues, including […]

Portland’s outdoor dining scene won’t be as big this summer

Shaun McCarthy, owner of Dock Fore on Fore Street in Portland’s Old Port, is frustrated with the way the city’s change in outdoor seating regulations has gone. McCarthy will only have a quarter of the outdoor seating he had last year. Ben McCanna / Personal Photographer Portland restaurants are starting to set up more tables […]

Driver fined £1,000 for common driving error

A DRIVER has been slapped with a £1,000 fine after parking in zigzag lines and contesting the ticket in court. The motorist appeared in Warrington Magistrates’ Court earlier this week after angrily objecting to the fixed fine notice issued in December. 1 The driver received the fine after parking on the white linesCredit: Alamy Lymm […]

Editorial, 4/28: Give Food Truck Owners Every Chance to Succeed | Editorial

Star Review Editorial Board The food truck industry has proven itself as a culinary testing ground for countless chefs around the world, including Lincoln. In recent years, Muchachos and Mary Ellen’s – among others – established their brands and built customer loyalty with food trucks before opening equally popular brick-and-mortar restaurants. Food trucks embody an […]

CP&DR News Briefs April 26, 2022: Cities Sued Over Housing Items; Burbank SB 35 skirts; Joshua Tree remains unprotected; and more

Group of real estate agents sues six cities over unapproved housing items Californians for Homeownership, a nonprofit tied to the California Association of Realtors, sued six cities in Los Angeles and Orange counties for failing to meet an Oct. 15 deadline to approve housing items that describe how they will meet housing needs over the […]

Pointe-Claire divided following the exclusion of the Fairview parking lot from the zoning freeze

Divisions are deepening in Pointe-Claire after city council voted to exclude the Cadillac Fairview shopping center parking project from a development freeze. The real estate development company wants to build three 27-storey towers near the new REM station. Building on a 900-car parking lot was prohibited until this week, when council voted to overturn that […]

Keisha Lance Bottoms Refused Service: Time to Admit Restaurants Have a Racist Dress Code Problem

Over the weekend, Keisha Lance Bottoms, the former mayor of Atlanta, fired a one sentence tweet punctuated with a shrug emoji: “I just got turned away at @CapitalGrille at Perimeter Mall because I have leggings on.” Commenters, including Atlanta news anchor Kristin Holloway, quickly responded with dress code screenshots posted on the upscale steakhouse chain’s […]

Milton rolls back additions to church code after legality issues

A mayoral veto and legality questions left Milton’s church code where it was seven months ago: non-existent. Milton City Council voted April 4 to uphold Mayor Shanna Styron-Sherrell’s veto of her previous approval of a code review for churches. The council passed the 5-1 order on March 21. The bill limited the size of religious […]

Ban on giving lei at high school graduation? Maui students question new restriction

Baldwin High School’s pre-pandemic graduation ceremony is pictured. PC: Courtesy of Taija Hara A long-standing tradition in Hawai’i, the awarding of lei upon high school graduation has been banned – at least temporarily – at Baldwin High School. BHS Director Keoni Wilhelm issued a letter to parents and senior guardians on Tuesday stating that “no […]

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Road closures in Pietermaritzburg for Zuma trial

Former President Jacob Zuma at the Pietermaritzburg High Court. Photo: FILE Roads near Pietermaritzburg High Court will be closed or inaccessible to the public when the trial of former President Jacob Zuma resumes on Monday, April 11. Msunduzi’s traffic management plan says the affected roads would be closed from Monday 6 a.m. until Thursday April […]

Marin IJ Readers’ Forum April 9, 2022 – Marin Independent Journal

Demand a commitment to renewable energy In a letter to the editor published March 28, Todd P. Silverstein promoted the topic of natural gas restriction. His claims contradicted a previously published California Voice comment by Lance Christensen of the California Policy Center (“Restricting natural gas across state a Recipe for blackouts,” March 20). Silverstein believes […]

Making Lifestyle Changes for an Ideal Body Weight

By Pritika Bedi New Delhi, April 7 (IANSlife): While everyone wishes to have an ideal body weight and a healthy body, this is one of the tasks that requires the most practice. Establishing a foundation for ideal body weight requires successfully maintaining a healthy, calorie-controlled diet combined with adequate physical activity that must be […]

Housing for the Powell-Poage-Hamilton district before the municipal council | Government and politics

Some housing projects for the Powell-Poage-Hamilton neighborhood will be presented to La Crosse City Council this month, along with other nearby projects. The city’s plan commission gave its approval to a number of developments on Monday night, which will be presented to the Judiciary and Administrative Committee on Tuesday and to council next week. One […]

Governor Lee is offering $725,700 to help River City purchase state-owned easements near the Tennessee River

NASHVILLE — Governor Bill Lee has included a $725,700 grant to help Chattanooga officials secure downtown Tennessee Riverfront property, seen as key to building on the area’s past successes, promoting a further development and attracting more people to the thriving region. The grant is a one-time component of a $2.66 billion amendment the governor unveiled […]

Valencia makes electric vehicles mandatory only in a zero emission zone

In a surprising move, the Santa Clarita City Council voted 4-1 to declare Valencia’s boundaries a Zero Emissions Zone (ZEZ), becoming the first city to do so in the United States. “We are the leader of what will become a new national policy,” said Santa Clarita Mayor Laurene Weste. “Oxford, England, has become the first […]

Trucks stuck at Chinese borders in Myanmar and Laos due to COVID restrictions — Radio Free Asia

Long lines of trucks have formed at the Chinese borders of Laos and Myanmar, blocked by China’s import restriction in a bid to prevent further coronavirus outbreaks, sources in the two Asian countries told RFA. from the South East. In Myanmar’s eastern border town of Muse, exports to China of seven types of goods – […]

Kendallville prepares to replace fire department AEDs | News Sun

KENDALLVILLE — If your heart is beating out of time, or worse, not beating at all, ideally the first person to arrive should be able to get it back to normal. First responders can do this with automatic electronic defibrillators, and the Kendallville Fire Department is in the process of replacing its current equipment with […]

Township of Patton and ClearWater Conservancy finalize conservation easement to permanently protect Gray’s Woods Preserve

Gray’s Woods Preserve in Patton Township. Photo courtesy of ClearWater Conservancy ClearWater Conservancy and Patton Township, with support from the Hamer Foundation, recently finalized a conservation easement that will permanently protect the 149-acre Gray’s Woods Preserve and ensure it remains accessible to the public for outdoor recreation. The preserve is connected to Gray’s Woods Park […]

Beyond single-family: the housing market in Camas is diversifying

When the city of Camas completed its housing action plan in early 2021, some things were abundantly clear: the city’s housing inventory—dominated by large, expensive single-family homes—was quickly outpacing many potential Camasonians, including lowland dwellers. middle-income families, seniors on fixed incomes and young adults starting their careers. The town plan showed that the majority of […]

‘A Quick 5’ with Migguel Anggelo, performer and co-creator of ‘English with an Accent’

Migguel Anggelo, performer and co-creator of “English with an Accent” at the GALA Hispanic Theatre. On April 1, 2022, Washington Performing Arts, one of our capital‘s premier arts presenters, and GALA Hispanic Theater, which since 1976 has been a vital supporter of Latino arts and culture in our region, will join forces to present the […]

SC Committee Arrests Assam Government Over Illegal Constructions In Kaziranga Animal Corridors | Latest India News

GUWAHATI: The Central Empowered Committee (CEC) appointed by the Supreme Court has fired the government of Assam for negligence in protecting 9 wildlife corridors in and around Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve (KNPTR). In a meeting earlier this month with senior Assam government officials led by Chief Secretary Jishnu Barua, the CEC ordered the […]

Can the city center once again become a “meeting place”? | Manchester

MANCHESTER — With a hint of nostalgia in her voice, Linda Krob described a typical Thursday night scene in the 1960s, when people flocked to downtown Main Street. “It was just a meeting place. There would be so many people there – teenagers, parents. It was just a big part of our lives back then,” […]

Square development controversy erupts, 1940s church likely victim

Share this story Posted 4 hours ago The Country Club Plaza is again a development flashpoint with the likely demolition of an attractive, but unprotected former church, and a developer’s plan to replace it with a three-level restaurant project. Drake Development intends to raze the Seventh Church of Christ, 47th and Jefferson Street Scientists and […]

Doggett Brook Farm to remain agricultural, board agrees

ROCHESTER – Selectmen have agreed with the Buzzards Bay Coalition that Doggett Brook Farm should remain agricultural. Allen Decker, director of land protection for the Buzzards Bay Coalition, visited the Rochester Select Board to request two conservation restrictions for about 60 acres of land off Marion Road. The restrictions were approved unanimously. “We’re interested in […]

Build Local – Greater Auckland

In their ongoing efforts to tackle New Zealand’s housing crisis and reshape urban development, the government proposed a bipartisan RMA amendment late last year which, among other things, introduced the so-called Townhouse Nation standards to enable 3 3 story homes on almost any suburban site. The bill also changed several components of the NPS-UD, the […]

Andy’s Frozen Custard maybe, rezone maybe not for Skillman Live Oak Center

Eric Reed of Andy’s Frozen Custard presents the Lakewood store plan to the neighbors. Forty east Dallas neighbors gathered at Matt’s Rancho Martinez to hear from representatives of the owners of Skillman Live Oak Center and Andy’s Frozen Custard about plans to rezone multiple plots and locate an Andy’s Custard on the site. The meeting […]

Directors seek re-election | The advance of Long Island

Nicole Fuentes Directors re-eligible for another four-year term include Joseph Keyes and Susan Brinkman. In addition, newly appointed directors, Lizbeth Carrillo and Patrick McHeffey, will seek two-year and four-year terms, respectively. Opponent and resident Dennis Ross will seek election to his first four-year term against incumbents Keyes, Brinkman and McHeffey; Carrillo will run unopposed. The […]

Fancy interesting spring walks?

As we move forward into March, there are more interesting and varied rides to look forward to with the Somer Valley Ramblers. On Wednesday March 2 there will be a 6.6 mile circular walk along a section of the Samaritan Way South West, starting at the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Meeting point: 9.15am, High Street car […]

Avon Town Council split on allowing out-of-town food trucks in Avon

Currently, Rocky Mountain Taco — with its trailer between Avon Station and The Westin — is the only operator with an active vendor permit to operate a food truck in town.Chris Dillmann/Vail Daily In May 2020, the Avon Town Council amended a town ordinance to limit food trucks to only those that were operated by […]

Gettysburg plans to create special events zoning in the Elm St. Overlay neighborhood

In a split vote, the Gettysburg Borough Council voted Monday to consider sweeping zoning changes that would allow special event locations in the Elm St. Overlay district. Chris Berger, Matt Moon and Chairman Wes Heyser voted against. The vote allows the borough to move forward in thinking about the changes. A public hearing will take […]

Calls for 20mph after speeding in Sprowston estate

Published: 11:26 am February 18, 2022 Boy racers wreak havoc on a city suburb with landlords calling for a crackdown. County Council will inspect St Margaret’s Drive and St Marys Road in the Sprowston area where the 30mph limit would be ignored. An application has been submitted to Sprowston City Council for a new 20mph […]

Major announcement from the Glenbow Museum

Glenbow Museum CALGARY, Alta., Feb. 16 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WHAT: You are invited to a press event at the Glenbow Museum for a major announcement that will transform the future of arts and culture in Canada. WHO: Speakers will include: President and CEO of Glenbow, Nicholas R. Bell Calgary Skyview MP George Chahal (virtually) […]

The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Island women fleeing homelessness have a powerful new ally in the Cottagers, Inc. With nearly 100 members, the all-female philanthropic group based in Oak Bluffs is partnering with the nonprofit Harbor Homes, Inc. to provide necessary furnishings and program support for the recently opened Women’s House on New York Avenue. “They’re helping to make this […]

Senate bill could limit visitors to Sharks Cove

HONOLULU (KHON2) — A popular swimming spot on the north coast could become more protected like Hanauma Bay. There are three Marine Conservation Districts on Oahu; Hanauma Bay, Waikiki and Pupukea. Sharks Cove, Waimea Bay, Kapoo Tidal Pools and Three Tables are all part of the 100-acre Pupukea Marine Life Conservation District. SB 3330 requires […]

Chattanooga Seeking Public Funding for Key Downtown Waterfront Land

Chattanooga is seeking more than $725,000 in public funds to cover costs associated with a downtown waterfront area. The city’s new waterfront plan is key to attracting more people to the area. Additionally, without the aid, the city’s nonprofit redevelopment group, River City Co., could owe the state nearly $1 million, an official said. Chattanooga […]

Global Smart Ticketing Market Report 2021

Dublin, 08 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The ‘Global Smart Ticketing Market 2021-2027’ report has been added to from offer The key aspect driving the growth of the market includes the adoption of smart ticketing solutions in the transportation industry. However, COVID-19 has impacted the smart ticketing market. The pandemic has affected the supply […]

🌱 Abortion restriction debate + Man shot dead in Northwest Roanoke

Happy Monday, people of Roanoke! Let’s keep up to date with what’s happening locally to start today on an informed note. First, today’s weather forecast: Growing clouds. Top: 45 Bottom: 31. Here are the top three stories from today in Roanoke: A Roanoke man was found shot dead, according to the Roanoke Police Department. The […]

For Southern California airports, Super Bowl LVI is a whole new ball game for air travel – Orange County Register

Just down the street from SoFi Stadium, a stone’s throw from LAX and neighboring rocket-maker Space X, Levi Stockton stood among a gleaming fleet of private jets inside an Advanced Air hangar, where his company operates private charter flights, among a range of services, to Hawthorne Municipal Airport. On this day – a little over […]

Dallin OK’d, overnight parking to discuss

A pilot program designed to reduce transportation problems and increase safety during arrivals and departures from Dallin Primary School was unanimously approved by the Select Board at its January 24 meeting. The pilot program, previously approved by Arlington’s Transportation Advisory Committee, is scheduled to begin on Monday, February 28. “School arrivals and departures challenge the […]

Busch Gardens Williamsburg previews the Pantheon mega-coaster

Busch Gardens Williamsburg launches Pantheon, the world’s fastest multi-launch roller coaster, on March 25, but members will have access to it from March 4. Photos and video courtesy of Busch Gardens Williamsburg Thrill seekers have been eagerly awaiting the grand opening of the Pantheon mega-coaster, and for those with a park pass, the wait is […]

Republic Day 2022: Delhi Metro timetable; traffic restrictions in place – details of routes open to the public

Delhi Metro | Photo credit: IANS New Delhi: In preparation for the Republic Day Parade, elaborate traffic arrangements and restrictions are in place for the smooth running of the parade along the route. Delhi Metro and Delhi Traffic Police have issued traffic advisories for hassle-free journeys for commuters wishing to venture out during the day. […]

RTL Today – Luxembourg: Frustrations mount in hospitality sector after 11pm closing time

Frustrations are mounting in the hospitality industry over government-mandated early closing hours, which are due to remain in place until February 28. Over the past two years, the hospitality sector has been shut down for eight months. Despite the financial aid, businesses are still suffering from confinements and partial closures, and the regulations imposing a […]

Asm. Cristina Garcia wants to turn Muni golf courses into housing – Cerritos Community News

Aerial view of Cerritos’ Ironwood Nine public golf course, which, according to Cerritos’ own budget, is breaking even. Photo courtesy of the City of Cerritos. January 21, 2022 By Brian Hews Last February, Congresswoman Cristina Garcia (D-Bell) introduced a bill that would strip municipal golf courses statewide of their protections as public parks and pave […]

Sound Off: January 21, 2021 | sound off

On identification requirements: “You need ID to buy alcohol, tobacco, drive a vehicle, enter a casino, bank, get a credit card or loan, transact at the DMV, get vaccinated against COVID. I could go on and on, but the president doesn’t think you need ID to vote. Why?” At the Lofts sur Dietz: “I think […]

New parking restrictions will be introduced in Northumberland Village

Councilor Trevor Thorne. Double yellow lines with a ‘no waiting at any time’ restriction are introduced on the B6345 by the river. Blind parking issues there had been brought to the attention of Northumberland County Council by Felton Parish Council and local ward member Cllr Trevor Thorne. They expressed concerns about the safety of motorists […]

Hundreds of ‘fantastic’ jobs up for grabs at Manchester Airport

HUNDREDS of jobs are available at Manchester Airport as the easing of travel restrictions sends consumer confidence skyrocketing. Security, customer service, reception and parking staff are among the 550 vacancies at Manchester Airport Group. An additional 1,000 jobs are available from other companies and airlines, including security guards, ground handlers, customer services, reception and parking […]

Crash in upper parking lot leads to 5th charge OWI – Superior Telegram

A Minnesota man charged with driving a vehicle while intoxicated for the fifth time was arraigned following a preliminary hearing Jan. 5 in Douglas County Circuit Court. James Frederick Harper, 55, of Sturgeon Lake, is facing criminal charges of fifth offense while intoxicated and fifth offense with a prohibited concentration of alcohol. He appeared in […]

FAA announces Super Bowl flight requirements for Inglewood skies – Daily News

Private pilots planning to fly over the LA area next month during Super Bowl LVI times at Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium will have to adhere to special air traffic procedures, temporary flight restrictions and other operational requirements. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the changes will take effect between February 6 and 14 in Los Angeles […]

New parking restrictions arrive at the Parc du Festival

Supermarket giant Morrisons is about to impose parking restrictions at its Festival Park store. Morrisons parking lot currently has no restrictions for motorists. But there is a four-hour parking restriction on the rest of Festival Park, and Morrisons has lost some of its parking spots to Starbucks’ new drive-thru and construction work underway for its […]

The inhabitants want to stop the young “disruptors” living in the village

A call from residents to ban young people with more disruptive ‘lifestyle choices’ from accepting apartments in a former Derbyshire hotel building was strongly rejected by councilors. The owners of the Risley Hall Hotel, the Talesh Hotel Group, have asked to transform the site’s Willoughby Court building into 22 apartments for sale on the open […]

Pakistan’s apology to Bangladesh is a thorn in the throat. Neither can overcome it

WWhatever the mistake, excuse us both. This is a line from Pakistan’s last and first commercial film Khel Khel Mein on the dismemberment of East Pakistan in 1971. More than a dialogue, it summarizes the direction in which Islamabad wants to orient its relations with Dhaka. There is a desire to mend barriers and reconnect […]