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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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The city commission meets to discuss the airport’s fuel system and sanitary sewage plan

By Hailey Chapman Heu’s daily news The Hays City Commission held a working session Thursday where they discussed the Ellis County Historical Society, the Airport Fuel Farm Project and the 2022 Sewer Cleaning and Inspection Bid. Commissioners Mayor Mason Ruder, Deputy Mayor Michael Berges, Shaun Musil, Sandy Jacobs and Reese …

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News and Information – Crew cleanup is in full swing

Work is underway to remove trash and items left behind by the occupiers, deep clean street furniture and infrastructure, and inspect and repair nearby city assets, including roads, signs, lights and sewers. The work includes: Replacement of two street lamp poles. Our transport and infrastructure team have arranged for two …

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Affordable housing in Dorchester gets a boost from the Women Build Project | community news

Women can build anywhere in the country – and they do. For the past five years, Dorchester Habitat for Humanity (DHH) has joined the national Women Build Project, which recognizes and encourages the voluntary work of women involved in housing construction. This year, DHH dedicated the entire month of February …

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The Recorder – From the ground up, up and up!

Mia Kortebein wasn’t convinced at first when Carl Woodruff, her boyfriend at the time, said he wanted to build a house. “I wasn’t sure I was ready to put down roots,” Kortebein said. “I said to Carl, ‘Do it. But that’s your dream, not mine. I can’t promise to be …

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Robert K. Tener – Hamilton County Reporter

September 8, 1935 – February 15, 2022 Robert K. Tener, Colonel, Retired, US Army Corps of Engineers, died peacefully on February 15, 2022 after a long illness with his wife Ann by his side. He was 86 years old. He was born Robert Kinley Tener on September 8, 1935 to …

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RED BENCH: LEAD ACIDIFIED SOIL MUST BE REMOVED

A map showing the properties where DEP is planning soil testing and remediation. An added arrow indicates the plot of the community garden. (DEP map. Click to enlarge.) BY JOHN T.WARD Homes near Red Bank’s community garden may require heavy excavation to remove lead-contaminated soil, New Jersey environmental officials told …

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How to apply for Love Your Garden

ITV’S LOVE Your Garden is set to return in 2022. But some fans may be wondering how they can also be in the hit garden show with Alan Titchmarsh and the gang. 1 Alan Titchmarsh returns in 2022 with Love Your GardenPhoto credit: ITV How do I apply for Love …

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Shed light on kitchen lighting issues

Ed Del Grande | Tribune News Service Dear Ed: We are doing a kitchen remodel to include lighting fixtures and I have a few questions. What is pendant lighting? Is it different from chandelier lighting? If so, how does the cost compare and are there any advantages over pendant lights? …

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Lake County News, Calif. – The Lakeport City Council has news about Lakefront Park

LAKE COUNTY, California — The Lakeport City Council received an update on the progress of the development of the new Lakefront Park from the city manager Tuesday night. The seven-acre park, located at 800 and 810 N. Main St., is on the former property of the Natural High School. It …

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Collingwood Children’s Farm protests begin

Malaysian-Australian woman Cooper found a sense of community when she landed the property in 2017. She went from having a single chili plant in her apartment to having her own spot for the garden. “I still want to maintain my storyline. I want to uphold the whole community that is …

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Community gardeners gather before bulldozers roll in

“We had worker bees every weekend [before the lock-out]. It just didn’t get to the point where we needed to,” said the farm’s general manager, Conor Hickey. Farmers dispute this, claiming they were willing to do the work themselves but were limited by the farm as to what they could …

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Envoy Solutions doubles in Garden State with Bio-Shine acquisition

GLENVIEW, IL., February 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Envoy Solutions today announced the acquisition of Bio-Shine, Inc., based in Spotswood, New Jersey. This highly successful company with a 30 year history of excellence provides janitorial and plumbing supplies, cleaning equipment and parts, air purification solutions and chemical products to diverse markets …

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A famous hatter offers a magical tour of his geodesic-domed home

The restoration of the dome, guest house, pool and gardens took time and patience. Samantha Hofman Southern California’s Topanga Canyon is known for lavish residences and famous neighbors. Still, famed milliner Nick Fouquet’s geodesic dome home stands out as a stunning residence with expansive views and an intriguing backstory. When …

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Discounted Gift Cards Up To 20% Off: Lowe’s, Chipotle, H&M, Domino’s, More From $42.50

As part of its Shell Shocker offerings, Newegg is offering $100 Lowe’s gift cards $90 with free digital delivery. This is a 10% discount and essentially free credit from Lowe if you plan to spend at least that much there over the next few months or more. Considering that most …

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Industry meets in Minneapolis: CEG

(LR): The Lano Equipment sales team, consisting of Nick Lano, Joel Theis and Riley Ness, brought some equipment to show visitors to Northern Green. Northern Green was back in person, bringing green industry leaders from five states to the Minneapolis Convention Center on January 11-13. The event is the largest …

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Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla promoted three to shareholders

Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla PC at Red Bank have three made shareholders in their real estate, land use and redevelopment practice. The promotions of Adam Garcia, Brian Shemesh and Evan Zimmerman took effect on January 1. Garcia, a real estate shareholder, focuses on land use disputes on behalf of developers …

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Debris from fishing and oyster farms lurks underwater, endangering marine life – BC News

Photo: Coastal Restoration Society First Nations members near Opitsaht on Meares Island pull out rope and crab baskets while a diver hauls more debris out of the water. Car batteries, oil and diesel barrels, creosote logs, huge styrofoam blocks, chunks of iron and wooden planks, kilometers of rope and hundreds …

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The Best of Somerville 2021

The winners of the Somerville Times Readers’ Choice for THE BEST OF SOMERVILLE 2021 Congratulations to the winners! Please support their businesses and let them know you’ve seen them in the Somerville Times! Reader polls for 2021 Best idea 2021: Extension of the city’s moratorium on evictions Worst idea 2021: …

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TV garden designer and podcast pioneer Peter Donegan on how he ‘loves it when a plan works’

In this episode, Hortweek editor Matthew Appleby answers questions from pioneering gardening podcaster and television and garden designer Peter Donegan. Donegan hosted the sodshow for years “before podcasting was a thing” and is the series garden designer for RTE Television’s DIY SOS The Big Build Ireland. He gives us his …

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New Jersey law allows the Commissioner of Labor to review state-regulated apprenticeship programs and strip affected contractors of the right to perform public works | Smaller

On January 18, 2022, New Jersey’s Public Works Contractor Registration Act, 34 NJSA 34:11-56.56, onwards. (the “Act”) was amended to give the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJ DOLWD) authority to review state-regulated apprenticeship programs. In addition, the new law allows the NJ DOLWD …

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Green Grass returns to Lancaster Park ahead of its April reopening

ALDEN WILLIAMS/stuff Contractors have removed the old foundations of what was once Lancaster Park Stadium and turned it back into a green playing field. Green grass is thriving once again at Lancaster Park, whose municipal athletic fields are due to open in April. Since April last year, work has been …

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Reliable mold and water remediation services underscores the benefit of hiring professional water damage contractors

Reliable Mold and Water Remediation Services is a leading water damage and mold remediation company. In a recent update, the bureau shared the benefits of hiring professional water damage contractors. Jackson, NJ – In a website post, Reliable Mold and Water Remediation Services outlined the benefits of professional water damage …

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SF residents will soon be able to visit the Japanese Tea Garden and Flower Conservatory for free

A proposal to bring three attractions in Golden Gate Park together under the same roof and not-for-profit management is being pushed with help from SF Mayor London Breed – and that would mean SF residents could visit all three for free. While visiting the San Francisco Botanical Garden has long …

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French official says 300-400 Russian mercenaries are operating in Mali

LONDON: A single refugee child disappeared from unregulated government hotels roughly every week through the second half of 2021, The Independent reported on Tuesday. Last year, 16 children were missing from hotels hosting Channel newcomers in just five months. Another four disappeared within a week at the end of November, …

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Gas Heading To $ 4 A Gallon – When Could It Happen In NJ?

In recent months, New Jersey gas prices have been up to 10 cents a gallon higher than the national average, prompting an analyst who forecast the United States could pay $ 4 a gallon by Memorial Day, to speed up its forecast for the Garden State. Patrick De Haan, head …

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Mobilize county, community to help affected families on Menehune Road

WAIMEA – After a landslide Tuesday that isolated several families in Waimea behind Menehune Road, the county and community have mobilized to help. “As Menehune Road remains closed, it is important for us to emphasize that the area is still very dangerous and stones continue to fall,” Mayor Derek Kawakami …

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Vertical construction begins at the Tyler Rose Complex | Local news

Vertical construction began on Wednesday at the Tyler Rose Complex, which Assistant City Manager Stephanie Franklin described as “an exciting day for the City of Tyler.” As Franklin spoke, the construction team used a 300-ton crane to lift 35-foot dump walls, which weigh between 20,000 and 25,000 pounds. After the …

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Watch Now: Badger High School Students Build Summer House For Bloomfield Habitat for Humanity home | Local news

A group of Badger High School students work with Habitat for Humanity to bring a happy home to a Walworth County resident and her 10-year-old son. Arnie Oswald’s construction class students are building a summer shed for a Habitat for Humanity home under construction at 1026 Aralia Road in Bloomfield …

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Valley View: Dickson City Looking Ahead | Community columns

What are the New Year’s resolutions for Dickson City Borough? To explain what we will achieve in 2022, it is important to see again where we have been. The past two years have been very difficult for the residents, businesses, employees and elected officials of Dickson City Borough. In 2020, …

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Time travel and New Year’s Eve

Well, we have reached the last few hours, which for me have gone faster than a lightning strike. I suppose despite the myriad of problems we all see nationally, I should be feeling pretty good for 2021 on a personal level. There have been no major health issues, just the …

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Can this top blue chip stock handle rising inflation?

In the month of November, the consumer price index became a widely used measure of inflation, increased by 6.8% over the previous year. Triggered by supply chain disruptions and labor shortages across the economy, this was the highest increase in nearly 40 years. For a company like Home depot (NYSE: …

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Auckland Council removes nearly 100 pets from “Rabbit Sanctuary” home

The Auckland Council removed nearly 100 rabbits from a property in Auckland that originally housed around 300 of the animals. The environmental tribunal ruled in June that Mt. Eden rabbit owners Elaine Cowlin and Dylan Lewis had to reduce their rabbit populations to 16 by August. However, lockdowns in the …

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John Warofka | Obituaries | lmtribune.com

John Warofka hiked his last trail and planted his last garden on Saturday, November 27th, 2021. John was born on March 16, 1957 in Cleveland to John and Louise Broslawik Warofka and died at Deaconess MultiCare Hospital in Spokane. John grew up in Parma, Ohio, attended the catechism, and then …

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DECLARER: Do employers have to follow Biden’s vaccine mandates?

Dozens of millions of workers in the U.S. are pending as federal courts have passed various judgments related to President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates for larger private companies, certain healthcare workers, and federal government contractors. A federal appeals court has allowed employers with 100 or more employees to be …

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3 reasons to buy Home Depot stock and 1 reason to sell

Year to date, Home depot‘S (NYSE: HD) The stock is up about 51% due to its excellent business performance. That absolutely exceeded them S&P 50024.4% year-to-date increase in value, which begs the question: is Home Depot stock still a buy? To answer that question, let’s go through three reasons to …

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City council informed about planned residential complex for senior citizens

GALION – Galion City Council heard an update on a proposed $ 10 million senior independent housing facility with 42 units on the south end of town. Pete Schwiegeraht, Senior Vice President of Development-Midwest Region for MVAH Partners based in West Chester, Ohio, spoke during a public hearing to the …

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Road closures: Contractor called for the road leading to Camelon Cemetery not to be closed on a busy weekend

Scottish Water is in need of repairs to two manhole covers on Dorrator Road, Camelon, which are directly under the railway bridge. The busy street gives access to a handful of houses, a farm, and the Falkirk Rugby Club, as well as Camelon Cemetery and the Falkirk Crematorium. However, the …

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National Botanic Garden of Wales wins second major civil engineering award

Regency restoration project, National Botanic Garden of Wales won a grand prize at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE Wales Cymru) Awards 2021. This complements the ICE People’s Choice Award won earlier this fall. While the first prize was chosen by the public, this prize is judged by a jury …

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Seattle sues King County in garbage battle

We’re having a real rubbish battle here. The city of Seattle has sued King County for nearly $ 3 million in fees related to the trash you dumped in the back alley of your house. The dispute is about who should receive the revenue from approximately 1,980 tons of “recyclable …

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Construction employment in the Sacramento area hits record high

Driven by a surge in home construction and a slew of home improvement projects, the four-county Sacramento area has seen the number of construction workers peak in at least 30 years, the latest state data shows. According to the state’s Department of Employment Development, an average of about 76,000 construction …

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Warning as Storm Barra predicts strong winds, rain and snow | news

Road users in North Yorkshire are advised to check if they need to travel and prepare if necessary as the forecast for the area tomorrow (Tuesday 7 December) is strong wind and rain. Storm Barra is expected to bring high winds and heavy rain eastward in the afternoon before dispersing …

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Blakeman names his transition team

NASSAU COUNTY, NY – District President-elect Bruce Blakeman announced his transition team this week as he prepares to take over the district administration next month. Blakeman announced his pick on Thursday. His transition team, which will help his administration take over the administration of Laura Curran, consists of academic leaders, …

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PPA and NGB partners for connecting with consumers webinar on December 8th

Raleigh, NC – The Perennial Plant Association and the National Garden Bureau have teamed up to create an exciting one Webinar focused on connecting with consumers. With so many dramatic changes in the past 18 months, it is time to examine the who, what, when, where and why of consumer …

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Tips for becoming more sustainable at home

For the past few decades, sustainability has dominated the headlines as more households, small businesses and large corporations have taken steps to reduce their carbon footprint in every possible way. From developing eco-friendly nail polish formulas to setting up sustainable energy sources to living a zero-waste lifestyle, there are a …

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Housing Manager – Sault Ste. Marie news

POSITION SUMMARYThe Housing Manager, reporting to the Executive Director, is responsible for overseeing and managing the housing staff, the programs and services of the Garden River First Nation Housing Department (GRFNHD), and planning and overseeing construction and renovation projects. Programs and services include the On-Reserve Mortgage Program, Renovation Loan Program, …

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A 50% voucher for a tool? Gardeners name California subsidies insufficient | Lost Shore Outpost

Jorge Mijango of Ken’s Rototilling and Landscaping uses a chainsaw to cut trees to fight fires on property along Via Floreado in Orinda on November 16, 2021. The landscaping company owns around 50 gas-powered tools that could be affected by a government ban on small gas engines. Aric crabs | …

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The hidden costs of solar panels: price of maintenance and repairs of solar panels

Solar panel repairs and maintenance can add up over the years, but keeping them in good condition can be helpful. Vivian / Getty Images Many people are aware of the tentative nature Cost of installing solar panelsincluding the price of the system, permits and contractors. However, what is not discussed …

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Construction is in full swing at the long-awaited Blaine Manor | Blaine County

“Sorry,” said an older man as he peeked his head in Mike McKenna’s office at the Hailey Welcome Center last week. “I’m sorry to bother you, but the apartment people called and told me I had a unit. “I’m so excited,” he continued. “I just want to make sure it’s …

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Sunalta residents clean up after an outdoor campfire

A fire damaged part of a mural in the Sunalta WildFlower Garden, photographed Wednesday, November 17, 2021. ARYN TOOMBS / FOR LIVEWIRE CALGARY Sunalta residents are cleaning up a warehouse last week following a fire that damaged an outdoor garden area and a nearby mural. On November 10, a warehouse …

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Plant Science Professor, remembered for his unwavering commitment to student success

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – Dan Stearns, J. Franklin Styer Professor Emeritus, who served as Inaugural Professor and Program Coordinator of the Landscape Contracting Program at the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State, is remembered as an exceptional educator and mentor who cares for and engages students – and the …

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Who will be the best in the press in 2021? |

Funny Farm Rescue & Sanctuary was voted Best Nonprofit Charity. Samantha Lynam, For the press A young Laurie Zaleski would never have thought that she would own 25 acres of a farm with more than 600 rescued animals living happily together. As she puts it, “You never know what life …

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