Outdoor Structures

Zoning Appeal Board Tuesday, January 11, 2022, at 6:30 am | Zoning

Zoning Appeal Board Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. Gwinnett County Administrative and Justice Center Auditorium 75 Langley Drive Lawrenceville, GA 30046 The following Zoning Appeal Board cases, located in the county Gwinnett’s unincorporated, hearings as noted above. Applications and other information are available at the Department of Planning …

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Rotary Camps and Services plan a new life for former Camp Greilick property

The New Year could bring new life to the old Camp Greilick property – now called Greilick Outdoor Recreation and Education Center, or GO-REC – as Rotary Camps and Services seeks approval from the Township of East Bay to open the 500 acre site for public recreation, camping, educational classes …

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16 cozy and warm spaces to dine al fresco in Denver this winter

Greenhouses on the roofs of Linger. | Lucie Beaugard Denver isn’t as wintry as outsiders tend to assume – especially not this year, when the city tied its 134-year record for straight days without snowfall – but neither is Miami, therefore providing a year round outdoor service takes some effort. …

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Winter gardening: How to protect outdoor plants from the elements – “insulate the plant”

Although the growth of the garden slows down during the winter months, there is still a long way to go to help the garden thrive in the spring. An expert explained how gardeners can protect their outdoor plants to ensure they survive the cold. Chris Bonnett of GardeningExpress.co.uk said: “During …

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Lowlands Group Brings Back Dome Dinner for Another Winter Amid Higher Covid Numbers

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Lowlands Group recently announced the return of “Lowlands Winter” to its eight major cafes and dinner clubs in Milwaukee and Madison. This unique variety of heated outdoor structures, including domes, globes, Northwoods cabins and winter cabins, will serve to keep diners warm as they enjoy a …

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SOM’s 12 West 57th Street awaits final demolition in Midtown, Manhattan

At number 21 of our year-end countdown is 12 West 57th Street, a 672-foot-tall residential skyscraper in Midtown, Manhattan. Designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and developed by Sheldon Solow of Solow Management Corp., which filed permits for the proposal in 2019, the tower will rise along the Billionaire Row …

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Explore the history and future of Oak Ridge

D. Ray Smith The Oak Ridge Convention and Visitors Bureau was established by Oak Ridge City Council on June 1, 1981. The purpose of the office was to market and promote Oak Ridge as a travel destination, promote natural resources, facilities sports and the unique history of the city. The …

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Brookfield team takes sports arena from mundane to unmistakable in San Diego venue deal

San Diego’s 55-year-old sports arena will remain in place but go from mundane to unmistakable, as envisioned in the Brookfield-and-Friends site redevelopment plan submitted to city officials last week. The Discover Midway proposal, which also includes 3,280 apartment homes lining the outskirts of the city’s 48-acre property, advances the idea …

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UCASU Announces Letter of Intent to Acquire $ 2.2 Million Cannabis Property in Oklahoma

ATLANTA, December 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – UC Asset LP (OTCQX: UCASU) announces that the company has signed a letter of intent with a Oklahoma owner of a cannabis property and licensed producer of medical marijuana, to acquire his property, including all structures on the land, for a consideration …

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Letter to the editor: No reason to continue the streets of Edmonds

Mr. Editor: There have been discussions on the streets of Edmonds ad nauseam. They started in early summer 2020 with the expected end date and their demolition in 70 days. A few companies determined that the return on investment (ROI) justified erecting the structures because they did not have an …

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thomas kröger architekten wraps the munich apartments in graphic patterns

a new apartment complex for munich berlin-based thomas kröger architekten presents a multi-storey apartment building nicknamed ‘erhardt10’ along the banks of munich’s isar river. the complex marks thomas kröger’s first full-scale building in downtown, known for its award-winning buildings in the rural and remote setting of northern germany. hybridizing historical …

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When will it open, will it cost

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The planned “Phase IV” expansion of Waterfront Park in Louisville’s West End attracted renewed attention Tuesday after Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced he would offer $ 10 million in the next state budget for the initiative. This is not an overnight project, and efforts to expand Waterfront …

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Pilot Mountain State Park fire burns hundreds of acres

PILOT MOUNTAIN, NC (AP) – Fire crews in North Carolina are working to bring down a blaze in Pilot Mountain State Park that has already burned hundreds of acres. Meanwhile, the NC Forest Service announced a ban on all open burning on Monday and canceled all burning permits statewide until …

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NC Transportation Museum Praises $ 10 Million Included In State Budget For Installation In State Budget – Salisbury Post

SPENCER – The North Carolina Transportation Museum has announced that it will use $ 10 million from the state budget to complete a renovation and restoration project and to house historic passenger cars. Earlier this month, the Republican-led General Assembly and Governor Roy Cooper, a Democrat, enacted a 2021-23 compromise …

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Minot State Summer Theater Renovation, Fundraising Progressing Steadily But Still Needs Help

The school said the iconic amphitheater at the north end of the campus is a vital fundraising project. Some 85% of the project’s $ 2.5 million has been raised, according to Rick Hedberg, MSU vice president for advancement and executive director of the Development Foundation. But, he said, there is …

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Rent the ‘House of Gucci’ villa on Airbnb

Why go see “House of Gucci” when you can experience it? Although the film has received criticism, the Italian villa featured in the film is now available for rent on Airbnb. While staying at the estate adjacent to Lake Como, you can live luxuriously in your finest Gucci while enjoying …

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Rizal Park adorned with colorful Christmas decorations

Christmas decorations at Rizal Park in these photos taken by Cassy Ocenar and shared by the National Parks Development Committee on November 22, 2021. (Photos from Facebook / National Parks Development Committee) More open spaces are now available for Filipinos in time for the holidays. The National Parks Development Committee …

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Historic Homes You May Own in the Tucson Area Local News

Welcome to Eleven Arches, also known as Grace Mansion. The historic trophy property was built in 1937, by famous architect Josias Joesler, as a winter residence for Louise N. Grace, the heir to the eastern shipping tycoon WRGrace. The private and gated enclave is located on 4.38 acres, in the …

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Woodlawn Senior Living – NYHC

Name of the organization: RiseBoro Community Partnership Inc. Project title: Woodlawn retirement home Project location: Woodlawn, Bronx Project description:Woodlawn Senior Living (Woodlawn), which was awarded TCO in August 2021, is an 80 unit Affordable Independent Residence for Seniors (AIRS) located at 69 East 233rd Street in the Bronx. The building …

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Work in progress to transform the old church into a new tap room

The team behind Suffield’s Crafted Artisan Meadery is ready to embark on the construction of its new valve room and production space. The owner, Kent Waldeck, is working hard to convert the old Reformed Church in Suffield into a place where people can drink and buy his mead. The old …

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ON THE STAGE: Latest middle market sales

625 WORTMAN AVENUE The Rochlin organization announced the sale of 625 Wortman Avenue in Brooklyn to GTJ REIT for $ 14 million. Located in the Spring Creek Industrial Market, the building is a 58,000 square foot one-story industrial property that will be renovated by the new owners. The site is …

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Waiver request urges Conroe to review billboard ordinance

A proposal to convert a static billboard to digital prompted the city of Conroe to review an ordinance that currently bans large billboards around the city and in its extraterritorial jurisdiction. Thomas Thrash of Houston-based MH Outdoor Media presented information to the board on Wednesday regarding the company’s desire to …

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Tampa Museum of Art announces $ 68 million expansion after major renovations

A view of the renovated and expanded Tampa Art Museum from the Hillsborough River in downtown Tampa, Florida. “We recognize that this expansion extends far beyond physical infrastructure … the structure brings a huge ‘wow’ factor, but its welcoming common spaces will bring the reinvented TMA to life for everyone.” …

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Backcountry School Grounded in Agriculture, Hawaiian Culture | News, Sports, Jobs

Students at Ke Kula ‘O Ho’omakuapono Learning School pick persimmons on Thursday morning. Led by Licia Sakamoto, a fourth generation farmer and longtime teacher, the school educates children about Hawaiian culture and the sustainability of agriculture. Recently, the Maui Planning Commission voted to allow Sakamoto to construct seven one-story classroom …

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San Luis Obispo City Council overturns decision to install pickleball courts in Mitchell Park

In February, city council decided to move forward with installing pickleball courts in Mitchell Park despite community concerns. Now the city is going backwards this decision, instead of voting to install “chess / checkers tables, pétanque grounds, shade structures and stage setup in the social gathering area, additional benches, interactive …

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The Philly Council examines competing street bills

Clarke, who introduced his bill a week after Domb’s, said he was not opposed to streeteries or their perpetuation. But he wants to make sure the city has a public process to properly check structures and locations before that happens. He also wants neighbors, who have complained to him that …

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Aspen officials focused on quality of life in dense Lumberyard housing project

Aspen city council members spent two hours on Monday researching how to make the next municipal government workforce housing project livable while accommodating more than 300 people and more than 400 cars. The 310 units and 423 parking spaces previously agreed by council as part of the conceptual design are …

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Expert advice is essential for navigating board approvals

Planning a new home can be exciting as you imagine all the possibilities from a large patio to a large shed to house all of your DIY projects, but how do you navigate the board approvals for those extra features? Working primarily with rural blocks, Ross Squire Homes design and …

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This home with a long history on Swiss Avenue in Dallas looks like an English mansion

Step back in history at this well-preserved home on Swiss Avenue. The house has the appearance of a large English house with some French design elements. Listing agent Elizabeth Mast of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty said the house has been carefully preserved by the sellers. The four-bedroom, three-bath, and …

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Dillon Gym expansion project set to begin in summer 2022

Princeton predicts that a Dillon Gymnasium expansion project will begin in the summer of 2022 and end in the spring of 2025, university deputy spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss told the Daily Princetonian. The university submitted formal plans to the Princeton Planning Council for their proposed project in August. According to a …

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How Arizonans will be affected by White House plan to tackle extreme heat

Arizona is no stranger to extreme heat, especially during the summer months. At a virtual climate summit, the Biden administration launched a plan to tackle the “silent killer” plaguing our country: rising temperatures. The White House has decided to take action against the climate crisis after temperatures this summer soared …

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Despite COVID-19 closures, National Seashore welcomed 4.1 million visitors

EASTHAM – Despite a global pandemic and the temporary closure of two beaches, the Cape Cod National Seashore still welcomed 4.1 million visitors in 2020, a number consistent with the average number of visitors in a typical year. A major improvement this year was that all trails and beaches were …

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JLG Architects: five architectural concepts to accelerate your investment

Whether you are looking for a new commercial property or guaranteeing the value of an existing investment, gaining architectural knowledge just might be the catalyst for a bright financial future. JLG Architects has been advising homeowners in the design of commercial properties for 32 years, responding to an ever-changing, integrated …

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We do not impose multiple taxes, levies on private schools – Enugu Govt

The Enugu state government says it does not collect several taxes and levies from private school owners and other state organizations. The government provided the clarification while reacting to the allegation that its ministries and agencies collected several taxes and levies from private primary and secondary schools in the state. …

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The 10 most expensive property listings in PA

PENNSYLVANIA – Most residents wandered around one of Pennsylvania’s highest real estate areas, from the Main Line to Philadelphia’s richest zip codes, and wondered what this house looked like on the inside? Pennsylvania is home to a handful of the country’s most exorbitant and luxurious properties. Here are the 10 …

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Outdoor burning ban lifted in Tarrant County – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The Tarrant County Fire Marshal’s Office said the ban on outdoor burning has been lifted. According to the Tarrant County Fire Marshal’s Office, residents should only burn in unincorporated areas of Tarrant County. Officials said to contact the Tarrant County Fire Alarm Center at 817-232-9800 on the day you plan …

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Air conditioning worsens climate change. Here are some ways to fix it.

Although climatologists say humans can still avoid the worst possible effects of climate change if the economy shifts to carbon neutral activities as soon as possible, it is clear that the planet will continue to warm regardless of how fast we are. let’s achieve this goal. To some extent, humans …

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Philadelphia businesses brace for winter as COVID-19 pandemic struggles continue

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – Now that Philadelphia is about a year and a half away from the peak of COVID-19, restaurant owners say they face the opposite problem of 2020. “We have supply chain issues where almost everything we buy has become more expensive,” said William Reed, co-owner of Johnny Brenda’s …

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Scope and research methodology of Telemeter Market 2021

“The Global Rangefinder The Market is a 120 page research report that largely focuses on key players and their business tactics, geographic expansion, market segments, competitive landscape, manufacturing, and pricing and cost structures. Each section of the research study is specially prepared to explore key aspects of the global Range …

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Hill Top Condominiums: Former Church Hill Restaurant and Social Club Gets New Life | Great Richmond Homes

The club occupied the first floor, with newly constructed doors connecting the separate spaces. The second floor had four apartments. The renovations were sensitive to architectural features. “As simple as the exteriors are, the interiors are instead adorned with beautifully detailed marble mantels and staircases, wood paneling and plasterwork,” Chen …

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Old Martin County Courthouse Quilt Block Returns |

WILLIAMSTON – The quilt block has been relocated to the Old Martin County Courthouse. The Friends of the Old Martin County Courthouse are pleased to inform the community that the Quilt Block, which is part of the Quilt Trails of the Tar and Roanoke Rivers, has recently been relocated. The …

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Garbage and grass burn near Wilmington oil refinery

Los Angeles firefighters battled a large open-air blaze that launched a column of black smoke that could be seen across much of the South Bay on Wednesday afternoon. The fire started at 2:38 p.m. at a Wilmington industrial facility at 1420 N. Alameda St., near the Marathon Los Angeles oil …

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Mattamy Homes Closes Another Property in Phoenix Valley

Posted: October 12, 2021 at 2:32 p.m. EDT|Update: 15 minutes ago Mattamy will present new floor plans to homebuyers following the acquisition of Tierra Vistoso in Surprise, AZ SCOTTSDALE, Arizona., 12 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – Mattamy Houses, North America largest private home builder, is pleased to announce that …

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The schools of Salamanca have had a great summer with STEAM-Adventure Camps | New

SALAMANCA – To support student success in science, technology, engineering, arts and math and help delay the summer slide between June and September, the central school district of the city of Salamanca held its fourth annual STEAM-Adventure camps in August . The program was established in 2017. “We have made …

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Late planting may prevent complex soccer fields from opening for fall games

As the El Dorado-Union County Recreation Complex board of directors cross their fingers that two new soccer fields are ready to play later this fall, the group is relegated to the fact that the fields may not open. before spring. Bermuda grass grows on the new grounds southeast of the …

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Campaign Funding Snapshot: Woodside’s Measure A contributions raise accusations; Real Estate Company Donates $ 10,000 in Menlo Park School Plot Tax | New

Owners of popular Woodside restaurant and bakery speak out on claims by Measure A opponent that initiative to allow more outdoor community gathering spaces is a scam from a local business. The measure of the November 2 ballot aimed at changing the zoning of certain plots is an alleged “ploy …

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Global Outdoor Living Structure (Pergolas / Patio, Pavilion / Gazebo) Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report 2021-2028 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The ‘Global Outdoor Living Structures Market 2021-2028’ report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global outdoor living structures market is expected to reach USD 2.9 billion by 2028 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.1%. The increasing trend of using gardens …

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UPDATE: Homeless Housing Site Arrives at San Jose Police Headquarters

October 5, 2021 San Jose’s quest to find more affordable housing sites led it to endorse an unorthodox real estate: a police parking lot in San Jose. San Jose City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a prefabricated housing project in a parking lot at the San Jose Police Department headquarters …

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The Felician Sisters of Enfield offer 330 apartments and request a change of zone to allow accommodation

October 6 – ENFIELD – The Felician Sisters have applied to the Planning and Zoning Commission for a zone change to locate 330 apartments on their property on Enfield Street. The proposed change, if approved by the panel, would convert the HR-33 zone of the property to a Special Development …

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Pergolas, birdbaths and more: these are the 10 most popular garden trends for 2021

Raised beds help separate parts of the garden for different plants. They also protect plants from being eaten by wildlife. “Raised Garden Beds” received 2,680,500 annual Google search volume visits, 155,559 Instagram posts and 1,400,000 TikTok hashtag views. The study gave the term an overall rating of 4.57 out of …

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An island of off-grid homes, just 50 miles from Times Square

In 2012, Hurricane Sandy devastated three homes on the east side and severely damaged many more. Fires are the island’s biggest threat. Two neighboring houses burned to the ground during a winter thunderstorm in 2018, when no one was on the island. The island is served by the Babylon Fire …

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Oyster Shoreline in ‘Greater New York’ has a Pearl of a Message

Michelson visits the Grand River at the Six Nations Preserve in southern Ontario several times a year, where a younger sister and other relatives now live and where her grandparents grew up. Stories of colonial subjugation and Indigenous survival form the backbone of some of his most powerful works. His …

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Restaurants under pressure to perpetuate outdoor spaces used during outbreaks

There is debate across the United States over permanently replacing public spaces by allowing occupancy of restaurants during epidemics. lodge New USA: Restaurants are pushing to perpetuate outdoor spaces used during epidemics In all states United States I Restaurants They are driven to keep Outside Exterior fittings authorized to work …

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Harry Stinson’s ‘big’ vision comes to fruition – Buffalo Rising

It was in 2018 that Canadian investor and promoter Harry Stinson has purchased the Adam’s Mark Hotel in downtown Buffalo, near Canalside. Since that time, Stinson has considered a number of strategic redevelopment options (including building a condo tower), while also coordinating a plan of attack for the monstrous building. …

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Owner of what may be America’s smallest bookstore seeks community in Sonoma County

As Stephanie Culen sat last year on a bench outside the shopping village of Duncans Mills, she spotted a 250 square foot structure that would be a perfect writer’s studio in the middle of the quaint hamlet just north of the Russian river. Still, Culen easily recognized that while she …

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Bioclimatic urban design | Business Seeker

One of the biophilic masterplans by eco-architect Ken Yeang The recently released 2021 assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is not encouraging. It predicts an average increase in global temperature of 1.5 degrees beyond pre-industrial levels by 2030, a decade earlier than initially estimated, indicating a rapid …

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IPOs slow globally in Q3 after frantic start to 2021

(Reuters) – Initial public offerings (IPOs) generally slowed in the third quarter of 2021 from their previous breakneck pace, but listings in the first nine months of the year were still the highest since the bubble Internet from 2000, according to Réfinitive data. Third-quarter IPOs raised a total of around …

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This documentary project features the people of Scarborough

When it comes to portraying and doing it right, nothing is more important than giving the power of storytelling back to people, and that’s exactly what Scarborough Made does. The documentary project highlighting the people of Scarborough explores the theme of resilience while looking within the community to shed light …

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LASAA boss urges collaborations and investments in outdoor advertising

Posted September 29, 2021 Lagos State Advertising and Signage Agency Managing Director Prince Adedamola Docemo called on advertising industry practitioners to embrace collaborations and explore investment opportunities to increase revenue generation . According to a statement released by the agency, Docemo launched the appeal by addressing attendees of the recent …

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Dollard to build new outdoor exercise area at Centennial Park

Breadcrumb Links West Island Gazette Local News The new facility in Dollard will include equipment for warm-up, strength-training, cardio, balance, stretching and relaxation exercises. Author of the article: John Meagher • Montreal Gazette Release date : Sep 28, 2021 • 15 minutes ago • 2 minutes to read • Join …

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Eaton ZBA says no to the wedding barn | Local News

EATON – At its September 23 meeting, the Zoning Board of Adjustment denied a special exception to owners of the Crystal Lake Inn in Eaton, who were looking to turn a barn near their home into a wedding venue. Inn owners Robert Barker and Timothy Ostendorf are looking to turn …

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Fundraiser planned for the JB Schrock Playground in Berlin

Linda Karchner, chair of the JB Schrock Community Park board of directors, celebrates her 60th anniversary as a fundraiser for the playground. The festivities will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on October 16, at the JB Schrock Playground, 700 South St., Berlin. “I had few thoughts” ugh, …

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PT Film Festival outdoor and online

PORT TOWNSEND – With pink clouds above his head and a 30ft by 16ft movie screen behind him, Joey Pipia in a tuxedo stood on stage on Friday night in awe. “What about the fact that we’re actually here?” He asked the crowd. The first outdoor movie night of the …

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Colorado ski resorts paid around $ 19 million last season to use the White River National Forest

The Arapahoe Basin ski area is pictured on March 17, 2021. Summit County’s four ski areas – Breckenridge Ski Resort, Keystone Resort, Copper Mountain, and Arapahoe Basin Ski Area – all operate in the White River National Forest.Ashley Low / For the Daily News Summit Colorado’s 11 ski areas located …

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Fairport Harbor decides to further review withdrawal regulations – News-Herald

Fairport Harbor Village Council decided to do more research on a proposal that would reduce the setback distance required for new garages built into homes on corner lots. After discussing the issue in a public hearing and regular meeting on September 21, council decided it wanted more time to consider …

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Almanac Beer Co. opens two new spaces at Alameda Taproom

Alameda Island, California – Almanac Beer Co. has just completed a major expansion to its Alameda brewery site, creating two unique new environments to enjoy its wide range of award-winning GABF beers. The backyard Almanac transformed a previously empty 8,400 square foot grassy lot into what is now their own …

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By the people, for the people – why garden houses could help solve our housing crisis

A secret housing boom is unfolding in the city’s suburbs behind closed side doors. It is a self-medicating solution to the housing crisis designed by the people themselves. This does not imply that the developers or the big funds are tackling the disaster of the housing crisis. No one gets …

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Outdoor Activities to Put on Your 2021 Texas Hill Country Itinerary

Social distancing is easy – and fun – in the Texas Hill Country. The region’s scenic vistas combine rustic charm with sophisticated appeal, making it unique in our vast state. Since we are avoiding indoor events due to the ongoing pandemic, outdoor activities are more important than ever. Fortunately, the …

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Greenport outdoor parklets fall, but hope springs for summer 22 return

Greenport’s popular outdoor food courtlets are dismantled this week, ending a COVID-19 era program some local business owners are hoping to return next summer. The parklets, first installed on portions of Main and Front streets after the pandemic hit Long Island in 2020, were dismantled in January and put back …

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SF restaurants say they’re haunted by ghost interviewees

Welcome to am Intel, your little roundup of Bay Area food and dining news. Tips are always welcome, drop them here. Ghost. Put someone on ice. Simmer this situation. No matter what you want to call it, Bay Area restaurant owners told ABC7 that people do that boring date thing …

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Best things to do in beautiful Oxnard

Fun in the sun or vibrant nightlife – the choices are almost endless in Oxnard, California. This cultural and historic destination between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara offers 7 miles of deserted beaches along the central California coast. With 276 sunny days a year, it’s hard to beat the weather. …

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Army veteran and biker Duane Topping is an unlikely Denver fashion designer

When you look at Duane Topping, with his grizzly beard, massive build, tattoos, leather jacket and jeans, the first thing that comes to mind isn’t “fashion designer.” But as one of her iconic black t-shirts with bold graphic slogans proudly proclaims: “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Topping has …

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Bristol homes for large families | Local News

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR PRIVACY AND SECLUSION ?! This beautiful property of over 22 acres, unrestricted, offers tranquility and many opportunities to enjoy nature. The custom, ready-to-hand log home has been built to a high standard with attention to detail. A large wraparound porch allows you to enjoy beautiful views …

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Lincoln Avenue plan returns to city council agenda – Pasadena Now

On Monday, city council is expected to hold a public hearing again on the specific plan for Lincoln Avenue. The updated Lincoln Avenue Specific Plan (LASP) would transform the street from a limited industrial and commercial area into a more vibrant neighborhood-oriented neighborhood, with new housing options, retail and service …

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Dos and Don’ts of Fireplaces – The Oakland Press

Many homeowners appreciate any opportunity to retreat to their backyards, where they can get up and relax in the great outdoors. This retreat-like escape is made even more relaxing when you are sitting around a fireplace. Hotbeds can be found in millions of suburban gardens around the world. Fireplaces have …

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Third Avenue in Chula Vista celebrates Park (ing) Day

For months, the parking spaces on Third Avenue in Chula Vista have served as outdoor dining areas for restaurants and breweries due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Passers-by saw more than tables and benches on Friday. Several parking spaces along streets G and E have been transformed into art installations with …

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Lake County News, California – Early Season Storm Approaching; rain, wind is expected to affect parts of northern California from this weekend

The team of meteorologists from Pacific Gas and Electric Co. are forecasting stormy and windy weather this weekend in parts of northern California. PG&E is ready and has a plan to deal with any outages the storm system may cause and reminds customers to take the necessary steps to prepare …

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Council committee approves “Spaces as Places” plan to make temporary outdoor restaurants and retail areas permanent

San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria’s program for permanent approval of certain outdoor dining and retail spaces gained support from City Council’s Land Use and Housing Committee on the 16th September, which brings it closer to full board approval. The “Spaces as Places” initiative will be presented to the full council …

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Brooklyn restaurants ask DOT to change outdoor dining rules

News 12 Staff Sep 16, 2021, 9:41 PM Updated: Sep 16, 2021, 9:41 PM A group of restaurant owners in Brooklyn is calling on the Department of Transportation to change the rules for the city’s outdoor dining program, saying the current rules add unnecessary burden on owners. Al fresco dining …

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