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Legal notice of June 24, 2022

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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NORTHSHORE LIFT STATION Moses Lake, Washington Sealed bids will be received at the Civic Center Annex, 321 South Balsam, (PO Box 1579), Moses Lake, Washington 98837 until AUGUST 17, 2022; 2:00 p.m., for the aforementioned improvement. These offers will be opened and read publicly at that time. All submissions must be...

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“How could I sit at my desk while Ukrainian children are dying? » : a journalist from a small town goes to war | Ukraine

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Lee Zion is preparing to travel to Ukraine this summer. “I’ve been successful in all my moves. I’ve started storing personal property, donating other things. I’ve adopted two cats,” he said. to learn the language. I can at least communicate some basic needs. Like ‘I want a cookie,'” he said. For four years, Zion...

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Focus of committee work on recycling agricultural plastics

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Two recycling companies said they could not accept mesh packaging because the composition makes recycling economically unviable for them. MOUNTAIN VIEW COUNTY – County Council has been briefed on the work of Olds College’s multi-stakeholder Agricultural Plastics Research Committee, which is looking at ways to improve and improve the recycling of netting and other...

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Public Notice: Showdown on Main Streets: Applying Softer, Softer Rewrite of the Land Use Planning Code to Transit Corridors – News

by on May 20, 2022 0

Compatibility standards at a glance: Any property zoned or used as single-family (to the right of this city graph) controls the height of nearby commercial properties. These need to be at least 200 feet apart before they can get 50 feet high, which is higher than the standard 30-40 feet for SF properties. Proposals...

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‘We don’t live in Piccadilly Circus’: Council refuses digital billboard plans in Pudsey as objections pour in

by on May 11, 2022 0

Read more Read more Leeds Corn Exchange to unveil new outdoor space after £25million renovation project Applicant Carter Jonas applied to upgrade a current standard billboard to an illuminated digital design adjacent to 203 Richardshaw Lane, Pudsey. The company said the new proposal was “part of an industry-wide campaign to modernize and upgrade advertising...

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Stirling council receives permission to permanently close mothballed rural primary school

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A rural school in Stirlingshire is to be permanently closed. Stirling Council had been consulting on proposals to permanently close the mothballed Buchanan Primary School near Drymen. The Scottish government has now given the green light to the move after Scottish ministers confirmed they would not call the case, leaving the council the final...

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Afternoon edition: May 3, 2022

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Good afternoon. Here’s the latest news you need to know in Chicago. This is an approximately 5 minute read that will educate you on today’s biggest stories. This afternoon will be cloudy with a chance of showers and a high of 48 degrees. Tonight will be partly cloudy with a chance of showers and...

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Paperless Courts, live broadcast under the Rs 6k crore eCourts-III project | India News

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NEW DELHI: After computerizing 19,000 trial courts, the Supreme Court e-Committee has drafted a detailed project report for extensive use of information and communication technology in court processes to make courts paperless and live stream their proceedings. The eCommittee headed by Justice DY Chandrachud has mapped out a roadmap of Rs 6,257 crore for...

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Pro-Israel group attacks Lee as bad Democrat without mentioning Israel, or his own GOP support

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A pro-Israel political caucus has taken to the airwaves in Pittsburgh by attacking congressional candidate Summer Lee. But while her ads — which don’t mention Israel at all — criticize Lee for not being a loyal Democrat, the organization behind her also backs hardline Republicans who fought to overthrow Joe Biden’s election. The announcement,...

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Man Utd transfer news: Erik ten Hag to bring £35m-rated Sebastien Haller to Old Trafford – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News

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All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s national papers… THE SUN New Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag could bring £35m Ajax goalscoring machine Sebastien Haller with him to Old Trafford. Tottenham are looking to appoint a No.2 in Chief Football Officer Fabio Paratici. Picture: Sebastien Haller could be ready to follow...

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Point-in-time tally shows drop in homelessness in DC

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DC’s 2022 Point-in-Time Count, the annual survey of people homeless for a single night, found decreases in most categories, including overall homelessness, family homelessness and homelessness. in single adults, the mayor Muriel Bowserthe administration announced today. About 4,410 homeless people were counted on Jan. 26, compared to about 8,350 people in 2016, Bowser said....

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Trans people can now get free legal help with name changes in Beaver and Washington counties | News | Pittsburgh

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Click to enlarge A new collaboration between national law firm Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC, the Hugh Lane Wellness Foundation, and the Central Outreach Wellness Center will provide low-income, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming transgender people with pro bono legal services to facilitate legal name changes in Beaver and Washington counties. Derek...

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West High students compete for $250 scholarships after writing proposals for in-class charity | Education News

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WATERLOO — A project underway in some of West High School’s composition classes answers the perennial question from students, “What does this assignment have to do with real life?” For the fourth year, Kelly McLean’s Composition 2 lessons include a charitable giving project where students – all seniors – research an organization and write...

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The intellectual property exemption proposed by the WTO: what can it be used for? — An analysis | McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP

by on March 25, 2022 0

As published on Monday, BIO (the Biotechnology Innovation Organization) provided a link to the so-called compromise agreement reached recently to allow WTO member states to waive patent protection for “subject matter necessary for the production and supply of COVID-19 vaccines without the consent of the right holder to the extent necessary to address the...

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Support Pillows Market Research Report (2022-2028), Competitive Analysis, Proposal Strategy, Potential Targets | Moltoplast, ME.BER, Chattanooga International, Lanaform, Termoletto Italiana, etc.

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support-pillows-market Support Pillows Market: Key Insights The latest research report, titled “Global Support the pillow market Insights 2022 and Forecast 2028, this includes an overview and an in-depth study of the factors which are considered to have a greater influence on the future development of the market, such as market size, market share, different...

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Powell River mayor appalled by paper mill’s decision to register company with real estate company

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Powell River Mayor Dave Formosa said he was ‘fundamentally shocked’ to learn that Paper Excellence, owner of the local Catalyst Tis’kwat pulp and paper mill, has listed the property with the real estate company Colliers, after enthusiastically collaborating with the community for months in search of a climate-friendly successor. “We are concerned about climate...

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Boundary Commission proposals on J&K are unconstitutional, PAGD says

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Declaring the Boundaries Commission’s proposals on redrawing constituencies in Jammu and Kashmir to be “unconstitutional”, the People’s Alliance for the Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) on Saturday alleged that anything done under the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act 2019 was illegal. “We would continue to say that the August 5, 2019 decision to reverse Section 370...

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Proposal to speed up city-ordered demolitions sparks preservationist concerns

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By John Ruch A proposal to streamline city-ordered building demolition in Atlanta is raising concern among conservationists who say historic structures could lose their second chance. On Feb. 21, the city council will consider legislation from District 9 Councilman Dustin Hillis that would alter the demolition review conducted by the Atlanta Urban Design Commission...

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Oregon bill would make it easier to register to vote for people without a driver’s license – Oregon Capital Chronicle

by on February 17, 2022 0

Registering to vote would be easier for Oregonians without driver’s licenses under a proposal that won support from Democrats at the State House on Wednesday. Oregonians can now register to vote online if they have a driver’s license, learner’s permit or other state ID. Otherwise, they must use paper forms and can provide the...

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Senate panel approves bill that would require ballots to be counted by hand

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Republican state senators on Monday proposed legislation that would require every ballot in Arizona’s election to be counted by hand, GOP supporters who embraced former President Donald Trump’s false narrative on the massive electoral fraud calling it a necessary reform. Senator Wendy Rogers’ R-Flagstaff proposal was approved by the Senate Governing Committee on Monday...

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Natural gas does not need to be included in the EU green taxonomy – EDHECinfra | News

by on February 10, 2022 0

Excluding natural gas production from the EU’s green taxonomy would not increase its cost of capital and therefore create no risk of underinvestment in fuel, according to a new research note from the EDHEC Infrastructure Institute. But including gas as part of the green taxonomy could slow investment in renewable energy projects and technologies,...

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EPA receives feedback on improving RFS

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Two key comment periods recently ended for Environmental Protection Agency actions impacting the Renewable Fuels Standard, providing an opportunity for biofuel supporters to encourage the agency to act in such a way as to maintain the integrity of the program created by Congress. Senators Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., led a bipartisan...

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Arizona GOP House Speaker holds back bill allowing lawmakers to overturn election results

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Bowers condemned a bill that allowed the legislature to void the election, according to Capitol Media Services. The speaker, who backed former President Trump in 2020, was skeptical of granting such sweeping powers. The legislation was pushed by Conservatives who also wanted all ballots to be counted by hand. Loading Something is loading. The...

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Scottish newspapers: ‘Murky’ party investigation and concern over future of ferry

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Legend, Several front pages report ‘fury’ after the Metropolitan Police demanded that Sue Gray’s long-awaited report into the alleged Downing Street lockdown parties include only ‘minimal reference’ to the events the force is investigating. “Gagged Gray” is how the i describes the apparent censorship of his report, which he says needs to be released...

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Report Proposes Steps to Protect Bayfield County Wells Following Bottled Water Proposal | Local

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A new report recommends ways to protect an artesian aquifer in Bayfield County following a controversial proposal to bottle and sell water from an artesian well in a Lake Superior watershed that is currently being challenged before the courts. Residents and tourists have long been drawn to the area’s artesian wells because they do...

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The Digital Dollar Project Statement Regarding the Federal Reserve Bank’s Digital Currency Discussion Paper

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WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Digital Dollar Project (DDP) today released the statements below regarding the Federal Reserve Board’s discussion paper, Money and Payments: The US Dollar in the Age of Digital Transformation, released January 20, 2022. The paper examines the pros and cons of a possible US Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). “The Digital Dollar Project...

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State superintendent proposes revisions to teachers’ license

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On Thursday, the Montana Board of Public Education conducted its first review of State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen’s proposed changes to regulations governing teacher licensing. The proposals were the result of a months-long regulatory review process undertaken last year by a 24-member task force of teachers, administrators and other education stakeholders, and included a recommendation...

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Jack Dorsey announces Bitcoin Legal Defense Fund to fight Satoshi Nakamoto

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Jack Dorsey, Founder of Twitter and CEO of Block, Creates “Bitcoin Legal Defense Fund” in Response to Dr. Craig Wright’s Rapidly Progressing Legal Campaign. The proposal was submitted to the Bitcoin Developer Mailing List by Dorsey, Chaincode Labs’ Alex Morcos, and university blockchain professor Martin White, apparently the Fund’s three board members. Although it...

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Hindustan Newsprint in Kitty, Government Now Considering HLL Lifecare Units in Kerala – The New Indian Express

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Express news service KOCHI: After purchasing the Velloor unit from Hindustan Newsprint Ltd, a central public sector company (PSU), the state government has now set its sights on HLL Lifecare Ltd, a headquartered healthcare PSU is in Thiruvananthapuram. The Center invited global expressions of interest (EoIs) for the sale of its 100% stake in...

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Ulster GAA leader urges any change across Ireland not dilute provincials as he calls for change in four-step rule

by on January 6, 2022 0

ULSTER chief Brian McAvoy said any change to the All-Ireland SFC should not dilute the importance of the provincial championships. And the Ulster secretary also believes the GAA should take a time-based approach to determining how long players can hold the ball before playing, rather than continuing with the current four-step rule. 2 Brian...

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2203CCP | Public Notice | thefacts.com

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This will be a non-exclusive offer. – “Alvin ISD is now accepting sealed proposals addressed to Jennifer Ortiz, Purchasing Specialist at 2200 Stapp Maxwell, Alvin, TX 77511, due to the following date and time: 2203CCP (CONTRACTED SERVICES) Proposal – close 10 February 2022 at 1:30 pm These will be exclusive offers for the Infant...

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how ‘securitization’ became a mindset to dominate Australian politics for a generation

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2001 was the last year of the Howard government’s second term. It started with the government on the political defensive, scoring poorly in opinion polls, but ended with a third straight victory in November. Two epic political events – the ‘Tampa Crisis’, in which the government ordered Australian troops to board a foreign ship...

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Blair blocked race equality strategy following Stephen Lawrence report

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Tony Blair blocked proposals for an ambitious racial equality strategy following the investigation report into the racist murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence in south-east London in 1993, according to recently released government documents . The landmark Macpherson report, released in February 1999, made broad proposals for reform after finding that the Metropolitan Police...

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Iraqi worker preserves Arabic calligraphy

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Father of 11 children devotes his free time to the maintenance of traditional art recently classified by UNESCO When not hauling concrete blocks to a construction site in northern Iraq, Jamal Hussein dedicates his time to preserving the gentle art of Arabic calligraphy. Although he won awards in many competitions, Hussein admitted that “you...

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Lyon County leaders urged to propose an ordinance on prefabricated houses, requiring a garage for 2 cars | News from Carson City, Nevada

by on December 12, 2021 0

The Council of Commissioners of the Department of Lyon will be invited to propose two ordinances. The first is an ordinance that will require all manufactured homes to be placed on a permanent foundation, require a 2-car garage on all plots where a manufactured home is installed, and will not allow any manufactured homes...

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Counterfeiting is a major challenge with digital currency, says RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das – The New Indian Express

by on December 8, 2021 0

Through Express news service RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said the Central Bank is aware of the risk of counterfeiting when developing a digital currency. The governor said this at the post-monetary policy press conference on Wednesday. He said the major challenge in developing a digital currency is to tackle the cybersecurity risk associated with...

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Texas Comptroller seeks to hide details of controversial tax relief program from public

by on December 3, 2021 0

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar proposes to cut back on the information his office collects on the state’s largest business incentive program, preventing lawmakers and the public from understanding the value of tax breaks and the future cost of the program for the state. Hegar’s office said the limitation on reporting related to Chapter 313,...

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It makes sense to give Lisa Nandy the upgrade briefing. But what we need most is money | Larry Elliott

by on December 1, 2021 0

TTwo years ago this month, Boris Johnson succeeded in winning over voters in northern England by promising them to ‘upgrade’ the UK economy. The Conservatives’ victory rested on a simple message: we understand why you voted for Brexit and we will do something about it. Progress has been slow, for obvious reasons. A few...

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Consultation launched on proposals to establish a £ 4million comprehensive stroke center at Aintree University Hospital

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Consultation launched on proposals to establish a £ 4million comprehensive stroke center at Aintree University Hospital by Henry James (November 2021) The NHS in Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton and West Lancashire have launched a 12-week public consultation on the proposal to establish a £ 4million comprehensive stroke center at Aintree University Hospital. The proposal aims...

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Brexit LIVE: EU mask slips as Sefcovic rejects Frost demand in bitter sabotage plot | Politics | New

by on November 21, 2021 0

Lord Frost proposed a system whereby goods remaining in Northern Ireland could be treated differently from goods moving to the Republic. Speaking on Sunday, Mr. Sefcovic rejected the proposal. He also claimed that the EU could not reverse Brexit despite threats to trigger Article 16. Speaking to the Andrew Marr Show, he said: “Would...

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Biden’s Build Back Better Bill Would Offer a Payroll Tax Credit to Local Newspapers

by on November 16, 2021 0

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden’s $ 1.85 trillion social spending bill includes a provision that, if passed into law, would mark the first time the federal government has offered targeted support in response to declining local news. The assistance would take the form of a payroll tax credit for businesses that employ eligible...

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Haymarket proposal was not realistic for Itasca

by on November 12, 2021 0

In 2019, the village of Itasca was asked to consider whether Haymarket’s plan to operate in the village would be reasonable. To effectively and appropriately answer this question, our dedicated village staff and village board members got to work. In contrast, state officials and our county board chairman came out in support of Haymarket’s...

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Latest news on future UK financial services regulatory regime – insurance industry responds

by on November 10, 2021 0

“This has been an essential part of the last four BIBA manifests, so we are delighted to see such a positive direction of travel. We also support the government’s proposal that the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) report annually on its performance against its growth and competitiveness targets. The new 75-page consultation document – which...

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