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Albert Victor Coursey, retired mason

Mr. Albert Victor Coursey affectionately known to many “Butches”, passed away on Thursday June 10, 2021, at his home under the care of his devoted wife Sandra and Delaware Hospice. Butch was born September 18, 1940, the son of the late Charles M. and Cecilia Sterrett Coursey. Besides his parents, …

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Obituaries published on Sunday, June 13, 2021 | Obituary

TULSA Brown, Ruth Fern, 96, a housewife and owner of a Christian bookstore, died on Friday June 11. Visits 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday Bixby-South Tulsa Funeral Service. Service 10 a.m. Wednesday, Rivercrest Chapel, Bixby. Cervantes, Albert F., 96, restaurant owner and military veteran, died Tuesday, June 8. Visiting …

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Home Construction Software Market by Latest Trend, Growing Demand, and Technological Advancement 2021-2026 – The Courier

“Overview of ‘Home Building Software Market’ Help provide the scope and definitions, key findings, growth drivers and various dynamics. The Global Home Building Software Market is focused on collecting major statistical evidence for the home building software industry as it provides our readers with added value to guide them in …

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Parade of Houses arrives in Chippewa Valley June 12-19

CLEAR WATER (WQOW) – This weekend, 17 new homes will be available for a tour through the Chippewa Valley. The homes are part of the Chippewa Valley Home Builders Association Parade of Homes which runs June 12-19. There will be 14 new houses, 2 remodeled houses and a virtual house …

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Historic homes are demolished in Branford. Some builders say they’re not worth saving.

BRAFORD – While an antique house may have provenance and be appreciated by many, the question is, should this old house be saved? Two local builders agree that it is not worth saving a few old houses. The problem has come to the fore following recent teardowns of the historic …

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QBW app bridges the communication gap between owners and builders

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, June 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Homeowners are demanding more online solutions to report, track and resolve new home repair requests. Builders are responsible for delivering integrated solutions between contractors and owners without spending tens of thousands of dollars and countless hours of software integration work. …

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Atlanta Appoints Ohio Agency CIO as New City CIO

Written by Benjamin Freed June 9, 2021 | STATESCOOP Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Tuesday that Jason Sankey, the former chief information officer of the Ohio Department of Employment and Family, is the city’s new IT chief, filling a vacancy since Gary Brantley resigned last November . Sankey, whose …

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Erin Sander designed this Dallas family home with an eye on a life of its own

When Texas custom home builder Ben Coats envisioned the finishing touches on his own Hamptons-style home in Dallas’ coveted Bluffview neighborhood, he knew interiors had to resonate with both the architect’s design and the lifestyle of his young family, and more. “It’s like when the shoemaker’s kids don’t have shoes …

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Hanover’s new city center would create more jobs and tax revenue

June 7, 2021 An economic impact study conducted by Select Properties Inc. found that its New Hanover downtown project will increase jobs and tax revenues in the region. The 209-acre pedestrian village “would generate $ 3.4 million per year in new tax revenue for the Boyertown School District and create …

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“Active participants in the residential construction industry have a role to play in solutions”

Mario Biasin, co-founder of Australia’s largest builder Metricon Homes, reflects on the importance of a home in giving people a sense of belonging and examines how the construction industry could help alleviate housing distress. This is the 10th in a 12-part series of Housing All Australians explore the role that …

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