Outdoor Structures

Permanent open restaurant program proposal continues through public review process

Dine on the causeway at Bay Ridge. Image Credit: NYC DOT More than 11,000 restaurants currently participate in the Open Restaurant program. Earlier this year, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced four city-wide zoning change proposals to support small businesses, create more grocery stores and improve accessibility to public transportation. One …

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Residents want more parks, less growth for the city’s future

Newnan’s roadmap for the next 20 years was discussed at length by Newnan City Council in a working session convened on August 4. The overall town plan evolved with the participation of a steering committee guiding the plan, as well as input from members of the Newnan community. Tracy Dunnavant, …

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Caldor fire burns more than 400 homes as smoke suffocates Lake Tahoe

More than 400 homes have been destroyed by the raging fire in Caldor, and the smoke has created conditions so dangerous that the air quality around the blaze is the worst in the country. Burning through rugged terrain east of Sacramento, the Caldor fire reached over 100,000 acres over the …

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Postgarage Campus V / NONA Architektinnen

Postgarage Campus V / NONA Architektinnen © Schreyer David + 24 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/967181/postgarage-campus-v-nona-architektinnen © Schreyer David Text description provided by the architects. The old Postbus garages existing in Dornbirn have been carefully but systematically revitalized in order to meet the needs …

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Israeli investigation into deadly Mount Meron stampede begins hearings | Religious News

The commission of inquiry into the fatal accident at the Jewish pilgrimage site in April is holding the first hearing. An Israeli government commission investigating a fatal accident at a Jewish pilgrimage site in April held its first hearing, nearly four months after the stampede at Mount Meron killed 45 …

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Hurricane Henri recalling Irene; counties prepare for impact

As Hurricane Henri prepares to make landfall on Sunday afternoon, the Capital and Mohawk Valley areas are bracing for potential heavy rains and flooding. “The situation is very worrying,” said John Garver, professor of geology at Union College, which studies natural disasters. He said Henri’s path and the current saturated …

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Welcome to Heron’s Nest Outdoor Education Center

By Olivia Palmer On a busy weekday, West Marginal Way is a concrete canyon. Shipping containers and industrial buildings line the causeway. The trucks go by. Traffic roars. Venture a few hundred yards from the main road, however, and a different world appears. Just beyond the cacophony of traffic and …

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Size, cost structures, growth rate | Unilever Group, Tata Global Beverages, Associated British Foods, Celestial Seasonings, The Republic of Tea, etc. – The Manomet Current

“ Outdoor Tea Market Report Coverage: Key growth factors and challenges, regional segmentation and outlook, key industry trends and opportunities, competition analysis, COVID-19[female[feminine Impact analysis and expected recovery, and market sizing and forecasting. A detailed report on Global Open air tea market Providing comprehensive information on the current market situation …

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Governor Polis clears declaration of disaster for Glenwood Canyon mudslides

DENVER, Colo. (KKTV) – Governor Jared Polis has issued a disaster statement for the devastating damage caused by the mudslides that forced I-70 to close in Glenwood Canyon. Governor Polis announced earlier this week that he would release the statement. The disaster declaration authorizes the use of the Colorado National …

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Minnesota Zoo requires face masks for everyone ages 3 and up indoors

Runner1928, Wikimedia Commons The Minnesota Zoo will require all guests ages 3 and up to wear a face covering when visiting indoor exhibits. The new security policy, announced by the Apple Valley Zoo on Thursday afternoon, will take effect on Saturday, August 7. On indoor trails and in zoo buildings, …

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