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US LBM adds roofing and cladding facility at Whippany

US LBM, a national distributor of specialty building materials based in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, is opening a new roofing and siding location in Whippany, the company announced Nov. 17. The new location will serve contractors, remodelers and home builders in the surrounding communities of the Garden State and the New …

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Extraordinary growth in the fuel sector of the landscaping industry

DUBLIN, November 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Added the Europe Walk-Behind Lawn Mowers Market – Comprehensive Study and Strategic Assessment 2022-2027 report ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. It is expected that the increasing demand for maintaining the aesthetic appearance of yards or lawns in various landscaping services, golf courses and other sports arenas will …

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‘Iconic’ 1872 Italian ‘fairy tale’ home in St. Paul listed for $635,000

For more than a decade, when Sarah Dye and her husband, John Coulter, walked their Como neighborhood in St. Paul, they admired a house on Nebraska Avenue that caught the eye. It was the house with the tower, arched windows, decorative brackets and semi-circular driveway. “It was so different from …

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Kaua’i City Council is increasing disclosure requirements for contractors

LIHU’E — Mayor Derek Kawakami said Monday he plans to sign legislation that would increase disclosure requirements for contractors operating in the county. Bill No. 2873, passed by a 6-1 vote by Kaua’i County Council last week, adds a section to the county code that requires contractors to update their …

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DCMA Director David Bassett shares the two key indicators of successful GovCon businesses in today’s production environment

Caption: David G. Bassett Source: Department of Defense Global supply chain issues have significantly impacted the government contract ecosystem in recent years, drawing attention to the need to accelerate procurement, procurement, and manufacturing processes at the federal level. kicking off GovCon wire‘s 3rd Annual Defense Digital Acquisition and Innovation Forum, …

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Pamela Anderson reveals the transformation of the Ladysmith estate in a new TV show

Breadcrumb Trail Links TV entertainment celebrity The actress, model and tabloid target is turning her story into a future for her and her family Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this site. content of …

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Average cost of landscaping a backyard

Landscaping should start with what you want your garden to do. You should think about how you are going to use your garden. Want to relax next to fire pits? Do you want to grow vegetables or flowers? Would you like to add a pool? Would you like to create …

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A decade after Hurricane Sandy, the struggle for disaster relief reform continues

Trouble mounted after Hurricane Sandy flooded Robert Lukasiewicz’s home a block across the bay in Atlantic City. Contractors pocketed his money but never finished their work. He couldn’t afford flood insurance, which meant he wasn’t eligible for aid. Caring for terminally ill relatives kept him from rebuilding for several years. …

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Carpet area, built-up area and super built-up area – everything you need to know

The strong momentum in home sales is expected to continue in the next quarter after significant growth in the third quarter of 2022, real estate consultant ANAROCK said. The data showed that up to 88,230 units were sold in the top seven cities in the third quarter, up four percent …

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Algonac City Council approves purchase of aquatic plants – The Voice

At the Algonac City Council meeting on October 18, council members discussed several items including water system purchases, lawn care and snow removal services and more. The council unanimously approved the purchase of a 2023 F-150 four by two aquatic plant utility truck from Feldman Ford LLC for $42,075. The …

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From an Alice Neel poll to a moving still life art show, here are 9 exciting museum exhibitions in Paris to see

As the debut of Paris+ at the Grand Palais Éphémère prepares to unfold, the city’s museums will present a rich variety of visually and intellectually stimulating exhibitions. Our round-up of nine shows confirms how artists continue to reinvent the wheel, drawing inspiration from artists born decades and centuries before them. …

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Historic homes may prove more resilient to flooding

BEN FINLEY The Associated Press When historic homes flood, government regulations often force contractors to rip out the waterlogged hardwood floors, tear down the old plaster walls, and install new, flood-resistant materials. It’s a hasty approach likely to occur in Southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian. But restorers Paige Pollard and …

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Poor roadwork angers Worthington neighborhood – The Globe

WORTHINGTON — Residents of the Homewood Hills extension filled the gallery at the Worthington City Council chambers on Wednesday night to express their dissatisfaction with a summer paving project that resulted in “worse driveability than a gravel road” and numerous areas of waterlogging particularly at the T-intersection of Briarwood Drive …

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Melbourne Beach has three candidates seeking two seats on the City Commission

Three candidates will contest two available seats on the Melbourne Beach Town Commission in the November 8 election. They are incumbents Joyce Barton and Corey Runte, and Steve Walters, a former city commissioner and police chief. The top two voters win a three-year term. Another incumbent Commissioner, Marivi Walker, is …

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New “Advisory Down Select” evaluation approach changes contractors’ protest calculus | Wiley Rein LLP

We’ve recently seen an uptick in agencies employing an unusual method of evaluation – the “Advisory Down Select” – that puts vendors in an awkward position when deciding if and when to protest. Given the increasing prevalence—particularly in US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and US Department of …

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Alibaba, Nio up over 6%: Hang Seng surges as it catches up with Wall Street after the holidays – Alibaba Group Holding (NYSE:BABA)

Hong Kong markets opened on a strong note Wednesday morning, echoing an upbeat Wall Street trading session that saw major indices finish about 3% higher. The benchmark Hang Seng index traded 5% higher in the opening session after a bank holiday on Tuesday. Hong Kong stocks today …

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Horry, Georgetown counties assess consequences of Ian’s landing | Georgetown Times

A couple strolls along Myrtle Beach after Hurricane Ian made landfall south of Georgetown on September 30. GEORGETOWN — Clear blue skies and cool temperatures allowed residents of the Grand Strand to begin picking up parts in the wake of Hurricane Ian. The Category 1 hurricane made landfall south of …

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New plan submitted for redevelopment of Virginia Tech campus near West Falls Church subway station

Converge West Falls LLC has proposed to redevelop Virginia Tech’s Northern Virginia Center (via Fairfax County) A developer has formally submitted plans to Fairfax County to bring housing, retail, and new office and academic facilities to Virginia Tech’s Idylwood campus. As a joint venture, Converge West Falls LLC, real estate …

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Wicker Park’s Boo Palooza festival has been canceled due to staff shortages and communication problems, organizers say

WICKER PARK — A popular Halloween fair at Wicker Park has been canceled, with organizers saying poor communication from the Park District and understaffing of an event contractor made it impossible. Boo-Palooza has been held annually since 2005 at Wicker Park’s namesake park at 1425 N. Damen Ave. Organized by …

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The construction of the record-breaking Atlassian HQ hybrid wooden tower | from SHoP starts news

anchor Image courtesy of Dexus SHoP has begun work on the 39-story Australian Atlassian HQ project, which will eventually hold the title of the world’s tallest hybrid timber tower upon completion in 2026. The project for local Sydney developer Dexus combines solid wood elements with …

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Former primary opponent supports Kevin Marino Cabrera for the Miami-Dade Commission

Kevin Marino Cabreras Campaign for the Miami-Dade Commission just received endorsement from one of his former primary opponents. Entrepreneur on Monday Dariel Fernandez announced that he was backing Cabrera in a two-way race for the District 6 seat on the county commission. Fernandez, a fellow Republican who owns and operates …

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Stock Market Sell-Off: Is Home Depot a Buy?

Economists may have been surprised by the rise in inflation in August because they were primarily looking at sharply falling energy costs. But consumers knew it still cost them more to put food on the table and buy clothes, cars and medicines. So-called core costs rose nearly 7% for the …

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Sanitary sewer cleaning, inspections September 19-24

Residents on the streets listed below can see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. The work crews wear high-visibility vests and appropriate identification. Certain conditions may cause this schedule to change. West Hickman 5 Council Districts 3 and 5 Ashland Ter Cassidy Ave Chenault Rd Chevy Chase Pl Chevy Chase …

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Mandatory human rights due diligence – what does this mean for companies in the international construction industry? | Koenig & Spalding

A new wave of binding human rights due diligence legislation is coming into force across Europe. It goes far beyond existing reporting requirements, e.g. under the UK or Australia Modern Slavery Acts, and will require companies operating in Europe and beyond to take concrete steps to identify and address human …

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Historic Ann Oliver House in New Paltz to be converted into black history/culture center – Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, NY – Plans are underway to restore the historic Ann Oliver House, built by New Paltz Black carpenter Jacob Wynkoop in the 19th century to house Dr. Margaret Wade-Lewis Black History Research and Cultural Center. Esi Lewis, attorney and board member of New Paltz Town, serves as custodian …

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Free rides increase to Pa. turnpike

The amount of annual uncollected tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike has increased nearly 50 percent in the past year, according to an Associated Press report. A new government review is urging the Turnpike Commission to address the issue and make changes to improve its finances. According to the AP report, …

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New children’s exhibit in the works at Imua Discovery Garden in Wailuku

The Doseum is a children’s museum and science center in Texas. Photo Courtesy: The Doseum The team from Doseum Design Studios of San Antonio, Texas has come to Maui to help design a new children’s exhibit at Imua Discovery Garden in Wailuku. The DoSeum is a children’s museum and science …

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Fall craft fairs are scheduled for venues in Auburn and South Paris in October

LOVE SUN PLACES: West Auburn Congregational Church is hosting its annual Fall Sales Fair on Saturday, October 1 from 9am to 2pm. It includes a variety of craft vendors, a bake sale and a take-away packed lunch. The Church at 811 West Auburn Road. For more information or to rent …

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City Acquires Landscaping Contract | news

LANCASTER – Van Nuys-based Parkwood Landscape Maintenance Inc. will maintain the City of Lancaster’s landscaping in good condition under a two-year contract with the City for approximately $1.86 million in landscape maintenance services. The contract is valid from September to August 2023. The second year of the contract, from September …

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The company teaches landscapers how to build backyard ponds

For many there is nothing quite like relaxing in a backyard garden and listening to the water lapping over a small waterfall. “We did a survey and the number one reason people wanted a water feature was the sound,” said Jennifer Zuri of Aquascape. Imagine taking a dip in a …

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Wadena’s new library to open in October – Wadena Pioneer Journal

WADENA – The most frequently asked question at the Wadena library these days is probably not where to find the fiction department, but everyone wants to know how long before moving to the new library. Of course, no one wants this to happen sooner than Wadena Library staff, including Branch …

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Mike Copeland: Summary of Planning Permission; neighborhood purchase; biscuits for insomnia; Stellar Service Splits | Local business news

Without a scorecard, it would be difficult to keep track of all the million-dollar building permits that local cities have issued over the past few weeks. Topping the list is Baylor University’s remodeling of Collins Hall on South Eighth Street at an estimated cost of $28.5 million. AstenJohnson, an industrial …

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How stag beetles enrich a rooftop ecosystem in London

Up to 70mm long and with antler-like jaws, the stag beetle Lucanus cervus is the largest beetle living in Britain and the largest land insect in Europe. Its larvae are no less impressive: they grow to 11 cm in length over a four-year period and feed on decaying trees, which …

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Living in Limbo |

Photographer Holly Wilder was over the moon when she was approved for a first-floor apartment at the Siler Yard Arts + Creativity Center, but the high quickly fell to a deep low. She and other neighbors noticed a number of problems with humidity and noise, and when they went to …

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WORK FOR SEALING MANURE STARTS THIS WEEK

Aug 22, 2022 3:20 am Mud sealing work begins this week on several streets in the city of Roseburg. A press release from the city said the maintenance will extend the life of just over two miles of roads. Vehicle owners must remove their vehicles from sections of road designated …

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California Bill could make fast-food chains liable for labor law violations

Fast food workers gather in front of the State Capitol in Sacramento, urging lawmakers to pass AB 257. Photo by Rahul Lal for CalMatters California lawmakers are considering a fast-food law this month that would significantly transform the relationship between restaurant workers and the business chains whose products they sell. …

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Bill Milner Obituary | construction industry

My friend Bill Milner, who died at the age of 76 from mesothelioma caused by asbestos, worked in the construction industry in the 1970’s and 80’s. Bill had a hard life. He was admitted into community foster care in 1954 when he was eight years old along with his younger …

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Rise in unplanned pharmacy closures in Midlothian ‘very dangerous’, says MSP

Craig Hoy, a Conservative MSP for southern Scotland, is concerned about the closure of pharmacies in Midlothian. Latest figures obtained by The Pharmacists’ Defense Association from NHS Lothian show that there were at least 299 unplanned pharmacy closures in Lothian between January and May 2022. 96 per cent of these …

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Fury as a 20ft tall metal shelf that looks like a ‘roller coaster’ erected at the end of the garden

A couple have banged their heads against “disgusting” 20ft tall metal shelving which they say has ruined the countryside views from their new home. Jenny Mason and Stuart Dodd said they had lovely views of trees and distant fields when they moved into their £325,000 semi-detached house in April. But …

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The La Caille restaurant bottles wine from vines planted in 1976, serves farm-to-table food and is building a new bar and lounge

La Caille, the iconic restaurant located on 20 acres at the mouth of Cottonwood Canyon in Sandy, has made its move with farm-to-table food and a restored wine label. For decades, La Caille, which opened in 1975, was the fine dining spot of choice for Utahns for marriage proposals, weddings, …

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Guinda’s Riverdog Farm exemplifies the endurance of the Capay Valley through its adaptability and resilience to challenges

Tucked away in a small rural community in the Capay Valley, Riverdog Farm has faced issues related to pandemics and climate change that have pushed back harvest times and significantly impacted the workforce this year. Owner Tim Mueller, known as “el patron” — the boos — by his mostly Hispanic …

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CARMEN KETRON: Online programs can help improve your gardening | Agriculture

CARMEN KETRON Clemson extension Clemson Extension offers many online courses for farmers, landscape professionals, and home gardeners through the Online Course Catalog. Visit https://cu-pro-ed.catalog.instructure.com for everything from private pesticide applicator exams to dam maintenance programs to school gardening courses for educators in South Carolina, all online and accessible to you. …

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Starbucks opens its second charitable community store in Dallas

Everyone’s favorite coffee chain Starbucks has opened one of its rare community stores in Dallas, in a neighborhood that absolutely adores it: the cool, up-and-coming Casa View neighborhood on the far east side of the city, if you head further east, you’re in Mesquite. The store is located at 10305 …

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Nagpur: Contractor starts illegal construction in public garden | Nagpur News

The contractor had brought 10 booths (kiosks) to open stores. He had also started work on a ground floor restaurant in the garden NAGPUR: In another case of encroaching on public space, a private contractor has set up 11 commercial kiosks and a giant iron frame for a proposed restaurant …

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Fenton Twp. Contractor faces jail, fine for possible counterfeiting

FENTON TWP., Michigan (WNEM) – From the outside, Harbor Landings in Fenton looks like a nice place to put down roots. Drive through the front of the neighborhood and you’ll see solid red brick homes and well-manicured green lawns. But if you venture a little further, you see new constructions …

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Historic Pitmedden Garden gets ready for Scotland’s changing climate

Chris Wardle (left) Chris Breadshaw (centre) Phillip Long (right). (Image: Michal Wachucik) The conservation organization has worked with renowned garden and landscape architect Chris Beardshaw to redesign the upper parterres of Pitmedden, one of Aberdeenshire’s most famous gardens. Pitmedden Garden has a history dating back to the 17th century and …

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Lottie Scott’s big green house in downtown Norwich is now resplendent in bright blue

Lottie Scott at her home in Norwich, Friday July 22, 2022, which had been painted green for decades but was recently painted blue. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Lottie Scott lays flowers in the backyard of her Norwich home on Friday July 22, 2022. Scott’s house was painted green for decades, but …

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Sanitary sewer cleaning, inspections July 25-30

Residents on the streets listed below can see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. The work crews wear high-visibility vests and appropriate identification. Certain conditions may cause this schedule to change. West Hickman 5 Council Districts 3 and 5 former dr camino dr Cero Cir Cottage Grove Ln galaxy dr …

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Bomb Balls and Blockchain | gasoline ga

Blockchain may be central to national security in the future. After the crypto crash, we must not overreact and over-regulate the still new and potentially revolutionary technology Cryptocurrencies have had a bad few months. As Bitcoin’s price fell below the significant psychological threshold of $20,000, shares of one of the …

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Building a greener Singapore, byte by byte

Much has been made of Singapore’s verdant surroundings, and foreign visitors to the city-state often describe it as a ‘garden city’ – to the point where the characterization has become almost a cliché. In reality, Singapore’s green credentials involve much more than just being one of Asia’s best tree-endowed cities. …

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News of July 16, 1894

THE IONIA DAILY WATCHMAN. IONIA, ME. MONDAY, JULY 16, 1894. LOCAL LACONIC. Several highway contractors are in town to bid for the West Main Street job. It was raining just a little bit this morning at 1am. Warm, dry and dusty weather. Rain is badly needed. The Tribute Report of …

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Paristown Pointe Village Market is opening soon

One of Paristown Pointe’s most anticipated construction projects finally has a completion date: next month. The Village Market has been under construction since January, according to officials behind the project, and they plan to open the renovated complex across from the Stoneware Art Building in August. According to Paristown Food …

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Surcharge for the transport of organic bulk goods

THE City of Greater Geelong has selected a trio of contractors from across the G21 region to transport large household and green organic produce across the community by July 2025. Newcomb Sand and Soil (which operates in both Torquay and Moolap), Green Care Mulching (in Moolap) and Wettenhalls (based in …

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Learn how to remove grass for drought tolerant landscaping

Once upon a time, the grounds surrounding the Maryknoll sisters’ home in Monrovia comprised 6.5 acres of lush green lawns and trees. They’ll never be the same again – not since water is so scarce and expensive these days – but the Maryknoll Sisters of St Dominic’s retired nuns, some …

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Newport Beach City Managers Update: 4th of July Celebrations and Safety Information

Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach By Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach On Tuesday, June 28, I had the pleasure of joining residents, city council members and city employees in celebrating the opening of Peninsula Fire Station 2 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and public open house. …

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California’s Nanny State is invading household kitchens

Not surprisingly, every top search result for “Senate Bill 1383 Food Waste” returns links to cheap, upbeat summaries of what’s going into every California home kitchen. For example, by CalRecycle, under the heading “Recycle organic materials into new products” there is a photo of two women in the kitchen, one …

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Construction companies in Central Kentucky are struggling with supply chain issues

LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — Supply chain issues devastated the United States economy across a number of industries in the first half of 2022. The same notion applies here in the Commonwealth. Businesses across the state have had to grapple with a slew of supply chain issues. Local contractors are …

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Newport Beach City Managers Update: July 4th plans for Newport Beach

Grace Leung By Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach For the past few weeks, city officials have been involved in planning to ensure a safe, fun, and family-friendly Fourth of July vacation in Newport Beach. This year promises to be another fun-filled weekend, with events such as the 11th …

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The best tools from the USA of 2022

Photo: Channellock American made tools seem to be getting harder and harder to find these days. With so many products being manufactured overseas, you may want to entrust your business to a tool maker who manufactures their products right here in the United States. Purchasing US-made tools will help support …

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Road Construction Warning: Easton roads begin remodeling in both directions, Meadows Road Bridge demo begins

Two long-awaited road construction projects in the Lehigh Valley are scheduled to begin on Monday. In Easton, the so-called Ring Road around Center Square is being converted to two-way traffic. And in Lower Saucon Township, south of Hellertown, demolition contractors are scheduled to mobilize and put up signage Monday at …

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This week in the garden: Planning for backyard bird watching

Sometime last year I received a message from a member of the Two Thirds for the Birds organization. The New York-based organization has a simple goal of encouraging gardeners and landscapers to get involved in planting native plants that support birds. His motto: Healthy Landscapes, Healthy Birds, Healthy Us. Signing …

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The butterfly sculpture “Wailuku Wings” will be unveiled on June 20 at Imua Discovery Garden

From his Arizona art studio, Bobby Zokaites is working on his eight-foot butterfly sculpture, which will be on display at the Imua Discovery Garden in Wailuku. Photo Courtesy: SMALL TOWN * BIG ART Bobby Zokaites’ eight-foot-tall public sculpture, Wailuku Wings, created at his Arizona studio with inspiration from the Maui …

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Rain garden and sculptures unveiled at June 16 celebration

Five life-size bronze sculptures of enslaved Africans who lived and worked at the Philipse Manor Hall in Yonkers are to be displayed in the Rain Garden of Enslaved Africans, which is due to be unveiled on June 17 when Yonkers kicks off this year’s June 16 celebrations. Yonkers Mayor Mike …

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

With a major renovation project underway, the Kelley House and Newes from America Pub will remain closed this summer as construction continues in the heart of downtown Edgartown. However, the project is no longer under scrutiny by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission after a plan to renovate and expand the historic …

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How to avoid expensive mistakes in garden trees

Julia Atkinson-Dunn is the writer and creative behind Studio Home. Moving into a new property and garden can be as exciting as it is overwhelming. With little gardening experience, it’s easy to walk your inherited boundaries with an eye for a cleanup. Gnarled mature trees can look untidy and pointless, …

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Chemical collections planned | local news

The Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC) will host two on-site household chemical collection points to allow residents to conveniently dispose of materials such as cleaning supplies, paint products, batteries, automotive fluids, pool chemicals and pesticides. A collection event is scheduled for June 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the …

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Faster Horses | Properties | Northern Express

The nation’s fastest growing equestrian show takes place in our backyard By Lynda Wheatley | June 4, 2022 In the summer of 2004, Horse Shows by the Bay was born. The four-week regional equestrian show took place on the southern outskirts of Traverse City on a dusty patch of land …

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The Dotted Line: Virginia prohibits “pay-if-paid” contract language.

This feature is part of The Dotted Line series, which takes an in-depth look at the complex legal landscape of the construction industry. To view the entire series, click here. Construction suppliers in Virginia can now breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to getting paid for their work. …

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Blue Cross Hiring, New Arts Council Scholarship Officer, New Port of South Louisiana Chair | business

Baton Rouge Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana has hired two vice presidents in its benefit operations division. Rochelle Jones is Vice President, Benefit Operations – Customer Service. Jones began her career managing and improving customer service and call centers at IBM. Jones most recently worked at MultiPlan, where …

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Marijuana is now legal in Rhode Island!!! | Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP

With the stroke of a pen, Gov. McKee signed the law into law Wednesday, dramatically changing the landscape for growing, owning, selling and using marijuana in Rhode Island. Many of the changes are effective immediately. There have been many failed attempts at such legislation over the past decade, but momentum …

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What to do with your garden in May?

Repotting Plants: Indoor and outdoor plants that are kept in pots may now need to be repotted. Carefully remove the plants from their pots and check the root to soil ratio. If there are more roots than soil, consider moving this plant to a larger pot. There are some exceptions …

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Fox31 Michael Konopasek leaves Station Frontier Airlines Update

Another standout Denver television news personality, Fox31 host and reporter Michael Konopasek, is leaving broadcast journalism; today, May 23, is his last broadcast on the station. But unlike many of those who have recently left local outlets in favor of gigs in entirely different professions, Konopasek will still provide information …

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PennDOT repairs potholes in Chester County next week – Daily Local

PennDOT maintenance and contractor teams will be working on 50 state highways next week to repair damaged pavement throughout the Philadelphia area. In Chester County, the following roads will be repaired: • Communities of US 1 (Baltimore Pike), New Garden, Kennett and East Marlborough. • Route 23 (Ridge Road), East …

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Local homeowners find that spring is a time for new beginnings… and projects | South County Life Magazine

It’s a busy spring season for construction, whether it’s major renovations or just a few small projects like Matt Cavaco’s at his home on the corner of Woodruff Avenue and Robinson Street in South Kingstown. “I’m looking to finish this project in April so I can have some time to …

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Marketing and media events from May 16 to May 22, 2022

May 18th Property Brothers twins Drew and Jonathan Scott get a network contest tonight when Buy It or Build It, starring contractors Chris and Calvin LaMont – twin brothers from Dallas – premieres on HGTV at 9 p.m. EDT. The Warner Bros. Discovery promotional event will be held at the …

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New Stage at Arnolds Park Amusement Park, Lake Street Remodel Unveiled | Siouxland Life

ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa – Arnolds Park amusement park just keeps getting better. A new stage for outdoor concerts will be built at Preservation Plaza, along with a permanent food stand and restrooms. Paul Plumb, marketing director for the historic amusement park, said these were “huge improvements” made possible by a …

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Governor Gianforte Celebrates New Forest Management Agreement in Northwest Montana

governorship LIBBY, Mont. — Gov. Greg Gianforte continued his 56-county tour in Mineral, Sanders and Lincoln counties and yesterday celebrated an upcoming expansion of a forest management agreement before honoring local recipients of the 2021 Montana Governor’s Veteran Commendation. “I am very pleased to be here in Northwest Montana …

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DuPage County Forest Preserve offers free mulch

The DuPage County Forest Preserve is inviting the public to pick up free mulch while supplies last Saturday, May 14 and May 21 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. At these designated times, homeowners can bring vehicles no larger than a pickup truck to collect mulch from the native nursery …

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Week of May 9, 2022

COUNTY News: The projects listed in this section are managed by Los Alamos County Public Works staff Contractor. For more information email [email protected], call 505.662.8150 or visit us the link “Projects/Public Works” below www.losalamosnm.us. Please slow down and be careful within the building zones. Please note that the information below …

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Gardening on Mother’s Day in Colorado

Mother’s Day weekend is usually planting time, but you should still exercise some caution when getting your garden ready. DENVER — With Mother’s Day this weekend, many gardeners are thinking of flowers. Flowers are always a good gift, but did you know that besides their beauty, flowers and plants can …

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Cambridgeshire County Council is joining Plantlife’s biodiversity initiative by pledging not to cut roadsides this month

By Siobhan Middleton You’ve probably heard of Veganuary and Second-Hand September on the list of month-long green initiatives, but how about No Mow May? An initiative by the conservation organization Plantlife, which works to protect endangered wildflowers, plants and fungi. More than 700 species of wildflowers are said to grow …

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Sag Harbor home with historic ties is outbid for $12 million

A home in Sag Harbor listed on the National Register of Historic Places sold earlier this year for $12 million, half a million more than the original asking price. Sotheby’s International Realty represented both sides of the deal, which was finalized on January 21 but was consummated through Suffolk County …

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Hardware and gear rentals in former Art Van’s in Norton Shores

MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – A former Art Van Furniture store in Norton Shores is expected to be converted into a hardware and construction equipment rental store. Equipment Share was recently granted a special use permit by the Norton Shores City Council after failing a previous proposal. According to the city, …

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Newport Beach City Managers Update: Longtime City Employees Retire, Big Canyon Home Fire

Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach By Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach In the next few weeks, two long-serving city councilors will be retiring. Laura Detweiler, Director of Recreation and Senior Services, is retiring after 20 years of service (14 years in her current position) and Tim …

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The Yampa River Botanic Park opens Monday, celebrating its 25th anniversary

The first tulips will bloom in April 2022 at the Yampa River Botanic Park in Steamboat Springs.Spencer Powell/Steamboat Pilot & Today Bob Enever’s childhood wasn’t peaceful, but his legacy is. Horticulture is a big part of life in England and it was a big part of Enever’s childhood there. His …

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What to expect at the Seney National Wildlife Refuge in 2022

SENEY, Mich. (WLUC) – The Seney National Wildlife Refuge received $13 million from the Great American Outdoor Act. The money will help complete four major projects centered around the Sanctuary. The first project at the roaster is a combined visitor and company building. “We will also be working on bridge …

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The Earth’s Corr: Time for a serious conversation about pesticide use – Shauna Corr

If there was a substance that you knew could harm you, your children, pets and even wildlife – would you spray it in your yard? No? Me neither. Yet this is exactly what is happening on Northern Ireland’s roadsides, footpaths, roadsides, waterways and rivers, despite the knowledge of those in …

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Brooklyn is at the forefront of the New York passive house movement

The living room of 37 Sidney Place, a recently completed passive house in Brooklyn Heights. Photo courtesy of Corcoran From the outside they look like normal houses. But what’s inside could herald a change in the way buildings are constructed across the US They’re called “passive houses,” and Brooklyn is …

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Local staff to observe Conservation District Week | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED Children learn about nature during a discussion with representatives from the Clinton County Conservation District. MILL HALL – Approved by both the Pennsylvania State House and the Senate, April 10-16, 2022 has been declared “Conservation District Week”. During this week, district offices across the state will hold events …

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Spring Ahead with Lawn and Garden Cleaning

Spring cleaning isn’t just an indoor house project. Preparing your outdoor space for the growing season is an annual task that is best started in spring. The adage of preparation as the key to success applies to landscaping. By preparing lawns and garden beds now, you can have a lush …

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San Antonio Selects Balcones for $113M MRF Contract

Material on line at Balcones Resources MRF in Austin, Texas. The Company will begin processing in San Antonio in 2024. | Resource Recycling, Inc. The seventh largest city in the US is changing recycling sorting service providers, with a unanimous vote today to approve a contract with Balcones Resources. The …

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April is Safe Digging Month, LA811 shares ways to avoid a headache before you dig | Messages

Cole Vanderlick, with Louisiana’s 811, came to News15 at noon to share why it’s so important for Louisiana residents to call before they dig. Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has declared April as Louisiana’s Safe Digging Month as part of a statewide safety awareness campaign to raise awareness of the …

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Woodburn Landscapes was named a 2022 Top Client Rated Atlanta Landscaping Company by Find Local Landscapers

This recognition as a 2022 Top Client Rated Landscaper is based on the exceptional reviews Woodburn Landscapes has received from clients. ATLANTA, April 4, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Woodburn Landscapes is committed to serving clients in the Atlanta make the most of their residential and commercial outdoor spaces with excellent landscaping …

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Is solar power right for me? | House and garden

While you may duck into the shade and slather on SPF in the hot summer sun, you can harness these intense rays to provide clean energy for your home. The solar panels you see today are a leap ahead of those installed at the dawn of solar energy. It’s no …

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Increasing the number of skilled workers

This question is only for adults living in a house or apartment. In the past three years, have you had trouble finding qualified and trustworthy people to do maintenance, repairs, or construction work in or around your home? The answer is probably “yes” and there is a reason for it. …

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Three stand-on skid steer attachments help increase jobsite efficiency: CEG

The bucket attachment helps the operator safely lift and transport large piles of material that need to be moved or dumped around a job site. Hardscape, landscape and tree care professionals are feeling the heat, and it’s not because of the warmer months ahead. Increased labor demand, tightening deadlines, and …

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Dolores backs downtown toilet plan as cost jumps – The Journal

The City of Dolores is proposing to build a bathroom in Flanders Park across from Colorado Highway 145. The design comes from Connie Giles Architecture. (Courtesy City of Dolores) The Flanders Park site is needed to handle events, says the board Cost estimates for a proposed public bathroom in Flanders …

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North Newton hosts Cleanup Week – The Kansan

Spring Clean Up Week in North Newton takes place from April 4th to 8th. This is an annual free curbside pickup for residential customers. Different materials will be picked up on different days (depending on weather conditions), but residents are encouraged to have all materials at the curb by April …

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LAP Services describes the importance of hiring professional roofers

LAP Services is a premier roofing company specializing in other services such as water remediation. In a recent update, the agency shared the importance of hiring professional roofers. Baton Rouge, LA – In a website post, LAP Services detailed the benefits of hiring a professional roofing company in Baton Rouge, …

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Garden-style suburban apartments are the comeback kid of 2022

[Illinois Real Estate Journal, February/March 2022] Everyone loves a good comeback story, whether it’s in sports, entertainment, politics, or business. And there’s no bigger comeback story for rental property in 2022 than that of the garden apartment – from both a new construction and an investment perspective. According to Cushman …

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NGHS breaks ground on new tower to improve services to more people

PRESS RELEASE GAINESVILLE, Georgia — People living in Northeast Georgia have come a step closer to improved access to lifesaving and life-changing care as the Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) officially broke ground on the construction of a new, multi-story tower in Gainesville today. “This new tower was designed with …

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Line-up announced for Platinum Jubilee Summer Garden Party at Dunrobin Castle

The East Sutherland Rotary Club has released more details about the summer fundraiser it is planning to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The Summer Garden Party will take place at Dunrobin Castle on Sunday 3 July from 5pm and an entertainment program will be organised. The gardens of Dunrobin Castle …

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Jake Paul plays UFC fight against Conor McGregor or Jorge Masvidal with fighter advantages at stake

Jake Paul says he’d be willing to fight Conor McGregor or Jorge Masvidal once in the UFC – with some caveats. The YouTube influencer-turned-boxer said in a statement to ESPN on Saturday that he would sign a one-fight UFC contract to fight either McGregor or Masvidal in MMA with a …

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The 5 Best Roofing Contractors in Arlington, TX

Below is a list of the best and leading roofing contractors in Arlington. To help you find the best roofing contractors in your area in Arlington, we’ve compiled our own list based on this rating score list. Arlington’s Best Roofers: The top rated roofing contractors in Arlington, TX are: John …

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eos Outdoor Services offers premier landscapers in Ellicott City, Maryland

Ellicott City, Md: eos Outdoor Services is transforming outdoor spaces by offering both residential and commercial landscape services. The company offers a full range of landscaping, installation and maintenance services including installation of hardscapes, retaining walls, water features, outdoor lighting and a variety of plants. They use highly trained and …

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Floor & Decor is kicking off the grand opening of its 4th Long Island Area store in Garden City, New York on March 14, 2022

Floor & Decor (NYSE: FND), a leading specialty retailer of hard surface flooring, will expand its nationwide presence when it opens the doors to its newest location in Garden City, New York on March 14, 2022. The warehouse and design center of Floor & Decor opens with a team of …

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