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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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