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Alpena City Council will determine which projects will become reality this fiscal year | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Steve Schulwitz Alpena Fire Department Lt. Chris Morrison, left, and firefighter Abby Smith practice at the Public Safety Building while on duty Wednesday. The city has new fitness equipment for staff in its capital improvement plan. Alpena City Council will decide whether or not …

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US military faces crisis in Hawaii after leak poisons water – Morning Journal

By AUDREY McAVOY HONOLULU — A giant US government fuel storage facility hidden inside a mountain ridge overlooking Pearl Harbor has supplied fuel to military ships and planes plying the Pacific Ocean since World War II. Its very existence was a secret for years. Even after it was declassified, few …

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Salisbury Council and staff discuss investing in parks and recreation program to deter crime – Salisbury Post

By Natalie [email protected] SALISBURY — Members of City Council discussed Thursday how increased investment in the Parks and Recreation Department and its youth engagement programs can affect crime in the city. Salisbury Police Chief Stokes and Department of Parks and Recreation Director Nick Aceves outlined the department’s needs and how …

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Funding from the City of Minneapolis solidifies the $50 million affordable housing plan for Lake St.

The Pride of Living nonprofit project will open in the fall in a $50 million, 110-unit affordable housing complex and small business center along Lake Street after receiving aid of the city of Minneapolis. Mayor Jacob Frey announced Thursday that City Council has approved $15.7 million in loans and grants …

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Pickleball wins, UTSA loses in park bond funding proposal

The University of Texas at San Antonio and the Sunken Garden Theater saw the amount of their proposed bond project cut in half on Tuesday by a citizens’ committee overseeing the parks bond program. After three hours of discussion, the committee finalized funding recommendations for 85 parks and recreation projects …

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City of Oakland | California State Parks awards $ 18 million to Oakland …

Date posted: December 13, 2021 at 1:46 PMLast update: December 13, 2021 at 1:50 p.m. Oakland, California – The City of Oakland received $ 18.2 million under the California State Parks Community Park Development and Community Revitalization Grant program to increase access to the outdoors, contribute to better quality of …

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Select Board Postpones Veterans Funding Request | News

TEWKSBURY – The Tewksbury Select Board of Directors met on November 30 for a discussion on funding for veterans housing. Member Anne Marie Stronach joined the meeting by teleconference. The Board of Directors considered a request for local funding from the non-profit organization Soldier On, which is working on the …

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Carroll Committee to Review ARP Funding Request | News, Sports, Jobs

FREWSBOURG – There are so far four projects or equipment purchases under consideration in the town of Carroll to receive funds from the US Rescue Plan (ARP). Carroll city council discussed one of the requests at its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday. Russell Payne, city supervisor, said Mel Feather, chairman …

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Throw a stone through the waters to create many ripples

Nicholson As November 2021 fades into memory, have you taken the time to be thankful? No problem if you haven’t. Every day is a good time to think about things for which we should be grateful. As always, a few thoughts on my recent adventures as mayor of America’s Best …

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All San Rafael stakeholders must have a say in the highway connector project for 101-580 – Marin Independent Journal

Addressing serious road safety and congestion issues in San Rafael is currently not part of the Transportation Authority of Marin’s plan to link Highways 101 and 580. There are plans to reduce the evening backup on the 101 by redirecting traffic on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge from Sir Francis Drake …

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Hopeful Grant from Dubuque City Council keeps JFK Road sidewalk project moving forward

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) – Members of Dubuque City Council say the lack of sidewalks means safety and accessibility issues are at stake on John F. Kennedy Road, especially as this road contains a combination residential and student population. A sidewalk addition project, however, has faced opposition from neighbors for years, …

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Southold agrees to help water authority seek funding for $ 27 million pipeline project

The Suffolk County Water Authority and Southold Town officials have agreed to work together so the agency can seek grants for an 8-mile, $ 27 million water pipeline billed as a good sustainability project. City council voted 5-0 at its Tuesday meeting to reach an intermunicipal agreement with the Oakdale-based …

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A Bridge Too Far | News, Sports, Jobs

Tama’s historic Lincoln Highway Bridge was built in 1915 and is now the subject of a planned restoration effort by the City of Tama in partnership with the Iowa Department of Transportation. – News Chronicle File Photo An effort to repair one of Tama’s oldest infrastructure encountered another obstacle. In …

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Tiburon’s fresco project celebrates Portuguese dairy history

Tiburon plans to install a stylized tile mural on a retaining wall near Del Mar School, commemorating the importance of Portuguese dairies in the city’s history. The installation, which will be designed by an Azorean-Californian artist and reproduced on authentic Portuguese tiles called ‘azulejos’, is the first public beautification project …

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Increases for the police and firefighters of Lafayette; dismissal of the chief of police; ARPA funding for Faith House; redistribution • The current

The essential: Here is a selection of the items on the agenda for this week’s municipal and parish council meetings. To see the full programs, see the links below. Parish Council Final adoption $ 7.725 million in ARPA funds for drainage, fire protection and Faith House. The parish council will …

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Police Misuse of Body Camera “Swept Under Carpet” Says Former Prosecutor: Police Chief Asks to Leave Amid Department’s Scrutiny | New

The City of Moab Police Department recently received a national review for both its handling of a domestic violence incident this summer involving murder victim Gabrielle Petito [See “Petito case puts Moab PD in national spotlight” in this edition. -ed.] and other systemic issues within the ministry. Amid these issues, …

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Petersburg uses $ 8.8 million in US bailout funds

PETERSBURG – City council has explained how it will spend the first $ 8.8 million in federal funding for the American Rescue Plan Act. He chose 12 projects and targets in a range of areas from the district’s stormwater drainage to the long-delayed renovation of the depot on the south …

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Two win this year’s LCCF Heart of Gold award | Sun News

LAGRANGE – For the first time in its history, the LaGrange County Community Foundation presented two “Heart of Gold” awards at its annual meeting on Tuesday evening. Dean Domer of Wolcottville and Shanon Statton, Mongo, were each named the foundation’s 2021 Heart of Gold recipients for their contributions to improving …

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Pipestone increases general fund balance in 2020

The Town of Pipestone added $ 83,893 to its general fund balance in fiscal 2020, which ended December 31, 2020.This information was part of the audit report presented by Matt Taubert, along with Meulebroeck, Taubert & Co., PLLP, at a special city council meeting on July 22. Taubert said the …

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Depoe Bay Approves ARPA Funding for Wells | New

Depoe Bay has requested approximately $ 332,000 in American Rescue Plan Act grant funds to help improve the city’s water infrastructure by contributing to a project that will help rehabilitate two city-owned wells and connect them to its existing water supply system. Depoe Bay City Council, at its Tuesday night …

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East Grand Forks to Swap Federal Road Funding

City administrator David Murphy told city council members on Tuesday August 3 that the Minnesota Department of Transportation could negotiate an agreement between the city and Polk County that would indicate $ 860,000 in federal highway funding. sub-goal ”that would otherwise go to the city in 2022 to a county …

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Second round of tenders closer to the brand | Greene County

GREENVILLE – The second round of tenders resulted in lower bids for the city’s water and sewer extension project, city supervisor Paul Macko said. “We had a conference call with the EFC (Environmental Facilities Corporation) this morning at 11:30 am,” Macko said on Monday, referring to the organization providing much …

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New Braunfels City Council Gives Green Light for Funding Business Center and Trail Map | Community alert

New Braunfels City Council members on Monday approved recommendations from the New Braunfels Economic Development Corporation board of directors that will help design part of the Dry Comal Creek bike and hiking trail and keep the children’s center running. city ​​businesses. Members approved a project expense recommendation of up to …

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Push to get water in 625 residences in deadline limbo

MOUNTAINBURG – An initiative to provide safe drinking water to around 625 households in north-central Crawford County has not received the support it needs to continue. Mountainburg Mayor Susan Wilson said the city had received 270 of the 400 signed water use agreements, as well as $ 100 deposits, needed …

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Chattanooga Recreation Centers to Reopen June 1

Chattanooga will reopen its 18 Youth and Family Development Centers on June 1. At a city council committee meeting and agenda session on Tuesday, city chief of staff Brent Goldberg and YFD deputy administrator Jason McKinney presented to the council plans to reopen, as promised last week. As of June …

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Officials Respond to ARPA Funding Prospects | New

With some $ 624 million in federal money set to fall into West Virginia municipal and county bank accounts over the next few weeks, some of the state’s largest cities are forming advisory committees to identify projects to be funded, while others rely on internal staff. to select spending targets. …

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