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Letters to the Editor October 23

Masks and vaccines In Dr. Boharski’s letter to the editor of October 9 (The Rush for Restriction of Freedom), he begins by saying in part “It is sad to see the politicization of infectious diseases”. I totally agree with this statement. However, he goes on to say that wearing masks is not justified. Current research […]

New parking rules for the area near the Zero Gravity Skate Park and the off-leash park

Motorists in Cochrane should be aware of the new parking rules at Zero Gravity Skate Park and the nearby dog ​​park. The Town of Cochrane will update parking and traffic signs on West Rock Road. The city says for the safety of motorists and pedestrians, new parking restrictions and signage will be erected on West […]

Your guide to Halloween events in Hawai’i 2021

Wondering what to do this Halloween eve in Hawaii? Well, look no further. Photo: Getty Images With Halloween fast approaching and COVID-19 cases here in Hawaii steadily declining, these annual spooky events are back! From haunted houses to trick-or-treat festivities and free pumpkins, there’s more than enough to make this Halloween, and we’ve included a […]

Road works to improve safety on ‘dangerous’ Hadleigh road

Road works will take place at Benton Street, Hadleigh, next week, with parking spaces being sacrificed to improve pedestrian safety and traffic flow. Suffolk Highways, which will carry out the work, said in a letter to local residents that they will install a “traffic calming facility” on Benton Street that will reduce a section of […]

At Old Forge, local issues attract a new level of future elected officials

This year’s candidates for Webb Town Supervisor and City Council attended a Meet the Candidates Night event hosted last month by LivingADK (CAP-21) in View, the Old Forge arts center. Pictured left: Current City Supervisor Dave Berkstresser (Incumbent), Current Council Member Webb Don Haehl (Incumbent), Council Candidate Webb Kyle Lindsay (Written Candidate), Current Council Member […]

Salem Halloween 2021: are masks mandatory? Do I need to be vaccinated against COVID to visit?

Visitors are back to Salem in this spooky season, but there are some differences from previous years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The city typically welcomes over half a million visitors in October. Last year was “not the year to come in Salem,” due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Kim Driscoll said. While the pandemic […]

Staying Local: How Mi Casa Avon is Helping Local Employees Become Homeowners for the First Time

To date, the Mi Casa d’Avon program has helped 18 families buy a house in the city.Chris Dillmann / Vail Daily File Finding accommodation in Eagle County is no easy task. Potential buyers and tenants are struggling with rising prices and dwindling inventory to find a place to live. Especially for members of the local […]

Why do most casino providers require a minimum deposit? – News from the European gaming industry

Reading time: 4 minutes The gaming market regularly sources new gaming facilities. Unlike land-based casinos, online gaming companies offer more flexible terms to players, including the ability to play for extremely small amounts of money. The advantage of this is obvious. People can save a lot of money on the budget and won’t even notice […]

Coronavirus: Latest news on the COVID-19 epidemic in the community – Tuesday, October 12

5:15 p.m. – Here’s a question-and-answer session with Professor Michael Plank of Te Pūnaha Matatini and the University of Canterbury on the latest COVID trends in New Zealand, courtesy of the Science Media Center. What are the main trends so far in the epidemic in New Zealand? It is very clear that the epidemic is […]

Council issues statement to clarify key point on closure of Berrow Beach winter parking lot

Sedgemoor District Council issued a statement to clarify a comment made during a council discussion this week regarding the concerns of local residents over the decision to close Berrow Beach to vehicles during the winter months. Bunham-On-Sea.com first reported here that the council said it has closed the beach to vehicles parked until next April […]

2021 Miami Beach Referendum: Allow Holocaust Memorial Expansion?

In the ballot of November 2, this question relates to the expansion of the Holocaust memorial on Boulevard Dade and Avenue Meridian. The memorial sits on city-owned land leased to the Jewish Federation of Greater Miami until 2099. The Federation operates and maintains the property under the lease. This ballot question asks if the City […]

Road & Rail Weekend: Full closure on outer loop, Suitland Drive to close; Metro works provide unique monitoring

Here’s what you need to know if you’re traveling to the DC area this weekend. We have rain in the forecast with full closures planned on the Virginia Beltway Outer Loop, Suitland Parkway and Beltway Ramps at Clara Barton Parkway. Metro continues to close with Saturday maintenance providing a unique follow-up. Here’s what you need […]

Dogs could be told to stay on a leash in the park – but ban on barbecues could be lifted

Walking an off-leash dog may be prohibited at Fishpond Meadow Derbyshire Dales District Council is considering lifting restrictions that prevent people from lighting fires and barbecues in its public parks in Ashbourne and surrounding areas – as it has become too difficult to enforce. However, as part of the same review, tough new restrictions could […]

‘No Patient Left Alone’ Bill Empowers Legislature | Government-and-politics

A new study has found that rates of depression in the United States have tripled in the first year of COVID-19. The General Assembly on Wednesday approved a state Senate bill that addresses patient visits during a statewide emergency. The Senate voted 49-0 to approve compromise legislation for Senate Bill 191, entitled “The No Patient […]

Minnesota to no longer take newborns from incarcerated parents

On Election Day 2020, 57% of voters in Mountain View, California passed a voting measure to address what many residents of the Silicon Valley city saw as a growing civic issue: people living in recreational vehicles. A July 2020 street count found 191 RVs [RVs] parked on city streets, 68 of which parked on approved […]

Bus operators organize protest after police crackdown on overbilling

After traffic police started booking public transport operators to overcharge passengers, some transport operators staged a protest along the capital’s ring road on Monday morning, parking their buses on the road and blocking the road. circulation for three hours. The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division said it has deployed plainclothes police officers who have booked a […]

East Carson Street businesses respond to the lifting of most of Pittsburgh Public Safety’s traffic restrictions – CBS Pittsburgh

SOUTH TECH (KDKA) – East Carson Street is a two-way street on weekend nights for the first time in weeks. The South Side of Pittsburgh seems to be taking a turn in the right direction. READ MORE: Pennsylvania State Police are looking for Byron Harris, Jr., a missing 2-year-old boy last seen in Braddock “The […]

What it’s like to operate an abortion clinic in Texas under the new state ban

It has been almost a month since our country’s cruelest abortion ban went into effect. At midnight on September 1, most Texans seeking abortion care remained helpless and frightened. Providing abortion care in Texas was difficult before, but now we live in a dystopian nightmare. Let me share what it was like on the night […]

Boulder Should Vote ‘Yes’ On ‘Rooms Are For People’ – BizWest

Boulder residents have the opportunity to remove an outdated restriction, even if they help alleviate a chronic shortage of affordable housing. Boulder Law prohibits more than three unrelated people from living together. This means, for example, that in a four bedroom house, no more than three unrelated people can live together. Similar restrictions exist in […]

How to fix traffic hell in New York City

If you’ve recently found yourself in a car in New York – if you’ve had the experience of traveling along Flatbush Avenue on a Friday afternoon – you’ve probably spent some time making up some angry new four-letter words. . Traffic that was manically horrible before the pandemic (before it momentarily disappeared at the start […]

City Council Honors Sue Gillingham, Reviews EPA Proposal Updates for Tijuana River | News from the city of Coronado

The Coronado City Council meeting on September 21 began with the recognition of community member Sue Gillingham, who served as Executive Director of the Coronado Chamber of Commerce from May 2015 to June of this year. To recognize his leadership, his advocacy on behalf of the island’s small business community, and his dedication to the […]

California Enacts New Legislation To Speed ​​Up Housing Production | Perkins Coie

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently passed several bills aimed at speeding up local approval of housing projects and increasing housing production. This update summarizes the content of three key bills: Senate Bill (SB) 8 extends the application of the Housing Crisis Act 2019 (SB 330) by five years, from 2025 to 2030, and makes limited […]

Soaring anti-RV parking laws are backdoor ban for the poor

On Election Day 2020, 57% of voters in Mountain View, California passed a voting measure to address what many residents of the Silicon Valley city saw as a growing civic issue: people living in recreational vehicles. A July 2020 street count found 191 RVs [RVs] parked on city streets, 68 of which parked on approved […]

Mercy Health-Lourdes Sponsors Flu Vaccination Clinics | New

Mercy Health-Lourdes Hospital in Paducah will sponsor a series of influenza clinics in western Kentucky, offering free flu shots to people 9 years of age or older. No insurance or pre-registration is required to receive an injection, which will be administered by a Mercy Health provider or a nursing student at West Kentucky Community and […]

DOT begins work on Jamaica bus lanes and Archer Avenue

Photo courtesy of Google On Jamaica Avenue, the busway driver will start at Sutphin Boulevard and run to 168th Street in both directions. By Forum staff The city’s transportation department has started installing dedicated bus lanes on Jamaica and Archer Avenues, as part of Blasio’s administration pledge to install new and improved bus lanes later […]

City plans to expand TOD zoning west along Broad Street

A map shows where TOD-1 zoning would be applied along Broad Street west of Interstate 195. The various colored areas reflect future land use recommendations from the Richmond 300 plan. (Images courtesy of the City of Richmond) A zoning update plan along another stretch of the GRTC Pulse bus line crosses City Hall, while newly […]

Matoshree Meenatai Thakre Shilpagram: A park to preserve folk arts and crafts

Off the Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road, across from a residential area with rows of crowded apartment buildings in Jogeshwari East, sits a park that waits to live up to its name of Shilpagram, or Crafts Village. Opened to the public in October 2018, three years after the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation began developing it into a Dilli […]

BOE meeting continues after mask delay

At the Monday September 20 meeting of the Education Council of the City of Rome School District, which took place on Thursday – but not without delay. Several members of the public sought to attend the meeting without wearing a face mask, which the district said is required as a state-ordered COVID-19 restriction since the […]

Schuylkill Haven City Council: flood and footbridge

Several residents of Schuylkill Haven have raised concerns with Borough Council about the amount of water a recent storm has left in their basements and on their streets. “We had flooding in our basement, as did all of the 500 blocks of West Columbia Street,” Christine Whalen told council at its Sept. 22 meeting. “And […]

East Haven beer maker hopes to open New Haven brewery, the tasting room

NEW HAVEN – The city is on the verge of having another bar and brewery within its borders. The brewery and bar will be located in a historic 2 story masonry building at the corner of River and Lloyd streets. Kraszewski said there will be no seating at the first level bar, but there will […]

City and MNR agree to keep the White Pine Trail trailhead for public use

BIG RAPIDS – The city’s acquisition of a plot of land south of the depot building in Big Rapids took another step forward this week. City commissioners this week voted to approve a resolution accepting an agreement with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources stating that the land will be “owned and managed for public […]

Hawarden Business Park Expansion Plans Bring a “Significant” Economic Boost to the Area Subject to Approval

Deeside.com> News Posted: Thu 23 Sep 2021 Plans to expand a business park in Flintshire that will bring “significant” economic benefits to the region have been recommended for approval. The 10-acre site sits next to the existing Hawarden Business Park, close to the Airbus wing factory. The proposed scheme will see the construction of three […]

Food Truck Owner Files Court Challenge Against Farmville Settlements

Ole ‘Time Smokehouse Food Truck via Facebook By Mitch Kokai Caroline’s Diary An eastern North Carolina-based food truck owner goes to court to challenge a steep rise in the cost of doing business in Farmville. Mark Shirley, owner of the Ole Time Smokehouse food truck, filed a lawsuit today in Pitt County Superior Court. He […]

Developers offer affordable housing, performance spaces and a private school

Jamaica Plain community members weigh in on the future of a massive 20,000-square-foot church in Boston’s only designated Latin Quarter, whose fabric residents, activists and former parishioners fear will destroy cultural district if it is transformed into expensive housing. Local non-profit Hyde Square task force, which owns the former Church of the Blessed Sacrament, launched […]

The Gilmer Mirror – Texas’ near-total abortion ban ends decades-long war by conservative lawmakers to block access to procedure

Texas’ near-total abortion ban ends decades-long war by conservative lawmakers to block access to procedure “Texas’ near-total abortion ban ends decades-long war by conservative lawmakers to block access to procedure” was first published by The Texas Tribune, a media organization non-profit, non-partisan organization that educates – and engages with – Texans about public policy, politics, […]

Punjab vaccination campaign passes beggars

LAHOR: As the country’s most populous province grapples with the super-spreader for the fourth time, a segment of the population that interacts with the rest on a daily basis is completely absent from vaccination campaigns: beggars. Punjab Health Department spokesman Dr Yadullah said so far nearly 45 million people have been vaccinated in 36 districts […]

Jimmy Garoppolo and Nick Bosa lead 49ers to Eagles 17-11

Philadelphia-Jimmy Garoppolo wasn’t thinking of Trey Lance’s arrival in the game. He was too busy converting the first one down with his feet. Garoppolo threw a touchdown pass to score and beat the San Francisco 49ers 17-11 against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Nick Bosa had two sacks after Philadelphia dominated Atlanta 32-6, and San […]

Bristol Airport: the car parks where you can leave your car during your holidays

Many people still drive to airports and therefore finding a place to leave your car is essential. Hotels near airports often offer parking – either included in the price or at an additional cost – and you can read more about accommodation near Bristol Airport here. However, some people may prefer to leave their car […]

NGT refuses to accept state government request to build elevator and ramp to Secretary of State

No more news Sep 18, 2021 | 22:29 Shimla, Sept. 13 (UNI) The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has refused to consider a state government request for permission to construct an elevator and ramp for people with reduced mobility in the main building of ‘Ellerslie, the visitor waiting room at the Chief Minister’s office and the […]

This is the best car show in the Northwest: Stancewars Seattle

When you think of the Pacific Northwest, you probably don’t think of dreamy Japanese cars or sold-out sites for import cars. Instead, you would think of something like coffee, rain, and serial killers. And while these things are its main export, PNW is also home to one of the coolest core automotive events in the […]

Traffic Chronicles – richmondmagazine.com

Depending on where you are counting from, the Richmond Public Library system is approaching its centenary. The library is now evaluating system-wide improvements, with “Richmond 300», The new master plan of the city, guiding the way. For Scott Firestine, director of the Richmond Public Library, that means polls, community meetings “and listening – hearing what […]

Parkopedia Partners with NavInfo’s CenNavi to Provide Digital Parking Service in China

Parkopedia Partners with NavInfo’s CenNavi to Provide Digital Parking Service in China Beijing (Gasgoo) – Connected vehicle parking solutions provider Parkopedia has partnered with location data provider CenNavi, a subsidiary of mapping giant NavInfo, to deliver digitized off-street parking information to automakers in China. photo credit: Parkopedia The data showed that the number of existing […]

Kimball Development Plans – Western Nebraska Observer

The Kimball Planning Commission met ahead of the city council meeting last week for public hearings on the rezoning and replating of four different properties in Kimball. The first public hearing dealt with the replating of a property currently owned by Kenneth W. Adrian, but under contract with KIM5, LLC. Adrian has applied for a […]

Delhi: Karol Bagh, 3 other sites can park off road | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: The North Delhi Municipal Corporation approved a one-of-a-kind proposal for the construction of four multi-level parking lots on Ajmal Khan Road (Bank Street), Old Rajendra Nagar, Shastri Park and Pusa Lane after converting these properties to ownership frank. The project will require the approval of the Chamber before the tender. The chairman of […]

County focuses on affordable housing potential in Whetstone – The Crested Butte News

Consider 180 to 200 housing units; construction site by 2023 [ By Katherine Nettles ] A significant affordable housing development of mixed architectural styles using gardens, parks, pocket parks, a central greenbelt, and community meeting places may well be on the county-owned Whetstone plot across from Brush Creek and next to the Riverland industrial park […]

Plans for the former Syngenta site in Yalding business park approved

The plan to turn Syngenta’s former agrochemical site in Yalding into a business park has been approved – for the second time. The Maidstone council planning committee first approved the proposal in March this year, but later found that it had not performed a “sequential flood risk assessment” as it should have. . An earlier […]

Match Center | September 15 against Chicago Fire FC

Noche Latina presented by Chesapeake Employers Insurance & Verizon | September 15 at 7:30 p.m. | DC United vs. Chicago Fire at Audi Field Get ready for game day! Here’s everything you need to know before the game. Pre-game show presented by Audi: 7:00 p.m. Airing of the pre-match show on dcunited.com Connect to NBC […]

Cougar Peak Fire Update September 13, 2021 – Morning

Lakeview Oregon – Firefighters continue to advance along 230 miles of fire perimeter. An increase in winds is expected over the next few days and should test the completed bulldozer and handlines. Today, the focus will be on the eastern and southern edges of the fire. Resources will continue to build and strengthen lines and […]

Jaguar Owner Shad Khan’s Four Seasons Proposal Presented to City Council | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

Jacksonville City Council is expected to introduce legislation on Sept. 14 for a nearly $ 114 million incentive deal with Jacksonville Jaguar owner Shad Khan for his plans to build a Four Seasons hotel and residences and of an office building on the former Kids Kampus site along the Downtown River. Documents provided by Downtown […]

The petition to promote housing affordability: what this zoning will do and why it is needed

This spring and summer, a group of concerned residents from a wide range of backgrounds and skills have come together weekly to discuss housing issues in Cambridge and what can be improved through zoning. This citizens’ petition to advance housing affordability – and known as the Advancement of Affordable Housing Petition – offers an avenue […]

Timeless moments: state law threatens open space

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UPDATE | Mixed response on mandate to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations

Brian Kelly and Laura Jean Schneider [email protected] Jefferson and Clallam counties became the first in Washington state to require people who frequent bars or restaurants to prove they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The new term began on Saturday. Jefferson County Public Health Officer Dr Allison Berry issued a public health order adopting the new […]

Rosevear’s Fish and Chips in Gweek forced to move after 20 years in the same location

A well-known family business that has served Gweek fish and chips for 20 years says attempts are being made to drive them out of the village by a small group of people. Rosevear’s Fish and Chips has become a staple for many weeks, with Wednesday night anchored as “fish and chip night”. For two decades, […]

Ban on parking near Scarborough Beach filed

Scarborough City Council was considering banning parking on one side of Black Point Road at Prout’s Neck. The red line indicates a parking ban and the green line indicates where parking would be allowed between September 15 and May 1 if the changes to the ordinance were to be passed. Courtesy photo SCARBOROUGH – On […]

CBC Immunization Clinic Return Gift Cards Monday, September 13

The previous such event a few weeks ago was a success, according to organizers, and now it’s back. On Monday, September 13, there will be another vaccination clinic at CBC, offering a $ 50 gift card to the first 100 people who will receive one of the vaccines. Unlike some other similar efforts, CBC events […]

All Edinburgh road closures on Saturday due to Tour of Britain

Traffic in Edinburgh will be affected on Saturday as the AJ Bell Tour of Britain has started and will travel to the city soon. The AJ Bell Tour of Britain sees 107 dedicated British cyclists tour the country starting in Penzance and ending in Aberdeen. This is the first time in two years that the […]

Is this the most expensive parking space in Oxford?

Renting your driveway or garage to commuters or vacationers these days can be a big deal, with residents charging hundreds of pounds for top-notch parking spaces. On Tuesday, the BBC reported on a parking space in Bath city center that sold for £ 115,000 just two days after it went online. The space has been […]

US hospitals start rationing health care, schools face wave of Delta variants

Live updates Public health officials have promulgated “Crisis Care Standards,” which allow Idaho hospitals overwhelmed by the Delta variant of COVID-19 to focus solely on emergency treatment. Hospitals in several states are approaching critical points as intensive care beds fill up. Fears are also growing about the Mu variant, which earlier this week was found […]

Waterfront mansion with Presidential ties hits market in Manchester-by-the-Sea – Buying, News

Maya Homan – Boston.com Correspondent September 6, 2021 6:57 PM A historic Manchester-by-the-Sea property linked to a presidential family has hit the market, but there’s a catch. Well, several of them. Five years after being donated to Historic New England, a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving the area’s past, the mansion at 9 […]

Is it safe to drink water? Flush the toilet ? Here is what you need to know about post-Ida water | Hurricane center

As the power slowly returns to more than a million Louisiana homes mutilated by Hurricane Ida, the evacuees are returning home. But the region’s critical infrastructure, including drinking water and sewers, remains compromised in many places. Further threaten systems: Flash flood watch is in effect until 9:00 p.m. Monday for much of southeastern Louisiana as […]

Letter to the editor: congratulations to the authorities!

Darrell Segal writes: I would like to commend the authorities, presumably Ashton College, Ekurhuleni Traffic Department and resident agencies, for solving the Beryl Street congestion problem, Goedeburg to Benoni. The widening of the roadway to better accommodate the corner parking in front of the college is already improving the flow of traffic during peak periods, […]

Montana’s American fawns collapse amid record summer drought

BILLINGS – Montana’s long, hot summer has taken its toll on American fawns, dropping survival rates to record levels in several areas. “Overall, the numbers in Region 7 have dropped quite significantly – 39% region-wide,” said Ryan DeVore, Broadus-based fisheries, wildlife and parks biologist. “It hit us pretty hard. “ Region 7 covers much of […]

A man was kicked out of Lacey for living in his camper van. Now, a federal appeals court will decide whether the city’s parking laws discriminate against homeless people.

Motorhomes parked in Lacey Town Hall parking lot before police began enforcing the order limiting the length of time motorhomes and commercial vehicles can park on public property. Steve bloom Olympian archive photo The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear a case challenging the constitutionality of an order limiting the length of time […]

Street congestion: four multi-level car parks planned in Karol Bagh | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: To meet the long-standing demand from traders to develop off-street parking in Karol Bagh and neighboring areas to decongest the roads, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation has prepared a new proposal for the construction of multi-parking lots. levels on Ajmal Khan Road (Bank Street), Old Rajendra Nagar, Shastri Park and Pusa Lane with […]

Cambridge road closures could be made permanent after testing

Decisions to make permanent five programs put in place to further support active cycling, walking and travel during the Covid-19 pandemic will be reviewed this month. Panton Street and Pemberton Terrace junction with “Covid Planters Movement Restrictions”. Photo: Keith Heppell. (50896333) A sixth project, at Luard Road, Cambridge, will be scrapped after it is discovered […]

Turlock’s Price Ford expands alongside with Price Honda

The Stanislaus County Supervisory Board this week gave the green light to build another car dealership on the outskirts of Turlock, with construction scheduled to begin in the spring. Price Ford fans on Golden State Boulevard will be delighted to hear that its owners are expanding into the nearby vacant lot with the addition of […]

Drier conditions forecast for Schneider Springs fire over Labor Day weekend | Local

Drier conditions over Labor Day weekend will increase the fire risk at the Schneider Springs blaze, said Megan Walker, chief information officer. The fire northwest of Naches reached 85,639 acres, or about 134 square miles, on Friday, according to the Daily Fire Report. The fire was at 10% containment with 861 people affected. Public Lands […]

Warrington road closures planned for Tour of Britain

A NUMBER of roads will be closed when the Tour of Britain arrives in Warrington next week. The fifth stage of the UK’s most prestigious cycle race is set to end ahead of the Golden Gates on Thursday 9 September. Residents are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the full Stage 5 route and road closures […]

Birth and death: unvaccinated Las Vegas mother dies after child is born

Kimmie Pavone died of COVID-19 on Wednesday, two weeks after being put on a ventilator and her only child was then delivered by emergency cesarean section at a Las Vegas hospital. “She tried so hard to have this baby, and she never even knew he was born. I was never able to hold it, ”Vena […]

County Calls on Homeless Parked in Oceano to Move to Secure Parking Site | News | San Luis Obispo

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office wants Oceano residents living in parked vehicles to come to their homes at the new secure parking site near the county jail, which opened on August 13. Members of the homeless community said the parking lot at the corner of Kansas and Oklahoma was “barren” and cut off […]

Vehicle restrictions and traffic changes for Baltimore’s summer extravaganza in the Inner Harbor – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The Baltimore The City’s Department of Transportation advises motorists to the commercial vehicle restrictions and circulation modifications which will be implemented for Baltimore‘s Publication date Back Without issue The end of summer Extravagance and fireworks To the Interior Harbor. Restrictions on commercial vehicles will be implemented downtown on Sunday, September 5, starting […]

Water restrictions loom for San Antonio after exceptionally wet summer

San Antonio and surrounding areas may implement Stage 1 water restrictions this week. After an unusually rainy summer, Bexar County is back to its typical hot, dry state, and the Edwards Aquifer is feeling the impact. The aquifer level has averaged 660.1 feet over the past nine days. If today’s level – which has yet […]

Where to pick your own apples (and find other fall goodies) in the suburbs

Last year, the coronavirus pandemic was a priority in suburban orchards, which have opened with changes and precautions in place. This season, operators will follow current guidelines and recommendations, but the atmosphere should be more relaxed. Nevertheless, it is always best to check before you go. “We hope that, like last fall, customers view our […]

Drone users riot over possible GMUG restrictions | New

Professionals in the drone industry are asking the US Forest Service to reconsider the proposed limits for the use of the devices in places such as roads, trails and trail tops in the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests. The Forest Service recently released a draft management plan for jointly managed forests that covers […]

East Ayrshire’s traffic ban lawsuit around the school rat race is in the streets of Catrine

An innovative trial that ended the school rat race at a primary school in East Ayrshire must be made permanent. The “School Street” program, which has been used in cities such as Edinburgh and London, could be rolled out to 15 primary schools over the next few years. Two schools conducted trials that banned vehicles […]

Resilience ordinance a waste of time

Members of the Lewes Executive Committee on Resilience were appointed by Lewes City Council to work with DNREC and in conjunction with the University of Delaware to help the city develop preparedness plans and activities to deal with sea ​​level rise and the challenges of climate change. LECR’s points of interest include tips on how […]

RTL 5minutes – Luxembourg-Ville: Business Federation announces activities and a “festive atmosphere” for the Braderie 2021

The traditional street market in the capital will be able to take place in a semblance of normality next Monday. The Luxembourg City Business Federation (UCVDL) even promises “a festive atmosphere” and a multitude of activities. The Braderie will take place on Monday, August 30 in the capital of the Grand Duchy. The municipality of […]

What the Kentucky Law of Mirrors and Masks Says

Back when my sister got her driver’s license, and a few years later when I got mine, it was not uncommon to use our mirrors. Beads, headbands, garters (well, none of us had garters hanging from our mirrors), Hawaiian necklaces and, of course, air fresheners were common items. (The latter may still be.) And it […]

Mask mandate for Warsaw | Local

WARSAW – The city of Warsaw has announced an amendment to the current state of emergency declaration, which will require masks until further notice. “I have determined that there is a potential, but real threat to the public health of the citizens of Warsaw, which could endanger human life and safety,” Warsaw Mayor AJ Connors […]

Burnley Cinema to be transformed into a discount food store

Reel Cinema in Manchester Road, Burnley The movie complex is set to move to the city’s new £ 21million flagship. Development of Pioneer Place on Curzon Street in Spring 2023. The Burnley Council Development Review Committee has now granted planning permission for a discount food store in its current building on Hollywood Park. But the […]

Three heavy truck drivers fined for breaking weight restrictions in West Berkshire

THREE HGV DRIVERS were arrested for failing to comply with weight restrictions. The roads have weight restrictions to prevent damage to the roads and to prevent risks to drivers. This month, Public Protection Partnership (PPP) officers discovered three traffic weight restriction violations in Mill Lane, Newbury, West Berkshire. Mill Lane in Newbury is subject to […]

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City acts on complaints from Amazon neighbors

These vans were parked near the Amazon property at Plaza 200 of Voice Road in Carle Place. City of North Hempstead officials said the retailer was not allowed to park here and would investigate. (Photo by Frank Rizzo) Traffic and parking issues raised during meetings Mary Carr’s Ring Camera captured Amazon semi-trailers passing by her […]

FDA Warns of Drugs for Cattle as COVID Treatment | Voice of America

“You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, all of you. Stop it, ”is the succinct warning the United States Food and Drug Administration posted on its Twitter account on Saturday about ivermectin, a livestock pest control drug that some people have used as a COVID treatment. “The FDA has received several […]

Information about modern parking lights

Modern parking lights Parking light Parking lot lights are usually high wattage lights mounted on light poles. These types of devices perform the function described by their name, outdoor parking lots, street lighting, sidewalks and other outdoor spaces. Lepro parking lights are durable and weatherproof lamps. It is also called a floor lamp. The most […]

Ice cream for a teenage fighter, a preacher’s M-4 rifle

Afghan men cry out to greet the infamous Khalil Rahman Haqqani after his sermon during Friday noon prayers in Kabul’s largest mosque. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times) Friday prayer days are the inflection point of the Muslim week, and it was the first of them in the new city of Kabul, conquered by the […]

Merci, town of Wahpeton | Chroniclers

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No name fast food restaurant approved for operating license

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail JAY VINKEYWestfield Urban Planner WESTFIELD – Planning Council has approved a site permit for an “unnamed” fast food restaurant at 457 E. Main Street in the Big Y Plaza. The new “fast and relaxed independent restaurant” will offer car transport services, an indoor dining area and an […]

City is phasing out temporary outdoor dining two months after indoor capacity limits end

Until last Monday, businesses and restaurants in Santa Clarita will have to remove the temporary outdoor space they built in response to the COVID-19 limit on indoor capacity in the first 15 months of the pandemic. does not have. The temporary use permit issued by the City of Santa Clarita, which allows outdoor operations on […]

Caravan owners will be affected by new measure imposed by Wirral Council

Caravans will not be able to park at a beauty spot in Wirral under new measures put in place by the Wirral council next week. The council announced that a new height barrier will be installed at the Fort Perch car park in New Brighton. The new barrier, which will come into service on August […]

St. Paul eliminates minimum parking spaces – Twin Cities

Real estate developers looking to construct new residential, commercial or office buildings in St. Paul will no longer have to read the fine print of the city’s zoning ordinances to determine how much off-street parking to provide. The answer is none. On Wednesday, Saint-Paul became one of the first cities in the country to completely […]

3 healthcare mutual funds you need to add to your portfolio

One of the best ways to protect investments is to put money in the healthcare industry. Indeed, the demand for health services does not change with market conditions. Many pharmaceutical companies also pay regular dividends. Companies that consistently pay dividends are financially stable and generate a constant cash flow, regardless of market conditions. Mutual funds […]

Live COVID-19 Updates: Latest News on Community Outbreak – Wednesday August 18

8:52 a.m. – A full update from the Department of Health is below: There are four new cases of COVID-19 to be confirmed this morning. Further details and other cases will be announced at 1 p.m. One of the four new cases is a colleague of Case A, the case announced yesterday. The other three […]

Jim Thorpe to limit parking on Broadway – Times News Online

Posted on August 17, 2021 at 2:45 p.m. Parking on the first block of Broadway in the Borough of Jim Thorpe will be a little different in the future. The borough council approved a motion Thursday evening authorizing its lawyer, James Nanovic, to draft a resolution authorizing only compact and subcompact vehicles to park in […]

Major Event Locations in Madison Requiring Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination | Local News

Another major local event venue, Breese Stevens Field, has not announced a vaccination requirement, but its events are taking place outdoors, making them safer than indoor events during the pandemic. “As an outside site, we will continue to follow the guidelines of the local health department,” said Breese Stevens Field spokesperson Conor Caloia. “We encourage […]

The Sonoma Hotel returns with an accommodation component

Plans to build a 62-room hotel and 80-seat restaurant just off Sonoma Plaza came back to the public eye last week after idling for more than a year while developers of the project responded to some community concerns and awaited the pandemic. But even after a year and a half in limbo – the hotel […]