Outdoor Structures

Public service asks to operate SC nuclear power plants for 20 more years

SENECA, SC (AP) – The power company that operates two nuclear reactors in northwest South Carolina is asking the federal government to allow them to continue generating electricity for at least 30 more years. Duke Energy filed an application earlier this month with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to extend the …

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Animal houses | Arts and entertainment | Salt lake city

When most businesses and public spaces closed in the spring of 2020 for the COVID-19 pandemic, they sent employees home because they had nothing to do if there were no customers. It was a fairly different scenario, however, for local zoological attractions like Hogle Zoo, Tracy Aviary, and The Loveland …

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Ohio’s Best Playgrounds

CLEVELAND (WJW) – Northeast Ohio is home to whimsical and imaginative playgrounds. And as an added bonus, many of these parks are inclusive or have accessible features. Boettler Park This 82-acre park in Green has a walking trail, a protected wetland, and a stocked fishing pond. It also has two …

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Adams Voters Allow Cannabis Cultivation In Industrial Estate At City Annual Meeting | New

ADAMS – A point that sparked minimal debate at Monday’s annual municipal meeting, adding marijuana cultivation to the permitted uses in the industrial park area, passed by 92 to 9 votes. The outdoor evening meeting was held at Bowe Field due to the pandemic. It was 90 degrees when the …

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300 West 30th Street envelope progresses in Chelsea, Manhattan

Installation of the curtain wall is progressing at 300 West 30th Street, a 16-story residential building in Chelsea. Designed by Studio C Architects and developed by Hiwin USA, the property is located on the corner of West 30th Street and Eighth Avenue, a short walk from Madison Square Garden, Penn …

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Rec Plan aims to keep the outdoors ‘clean, fun and wild’ in Chaffee – by community contributor

The Chaffee Recreation Council provides a draft of the Chaffee Recreation Plan for community feedback. The objectives of the plan are to protect natural resources, maintain exceptional outdoor experiences and support the economic benefits of recreotourism. Extensive initiatives, outlined below, are helping to manage the impacts of the increasing use …

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project will create an outdoor learning space in Wellsville | News, Sports, Jobs

WELLSVILLE – The snack of fresh fruit or vegetables that students at Garfield Elementary School receive may be one of the favorite parts of their day; however, principal Lisa Ferguson explained that few if any of her students know how they get there. That is about to change, as Ferguson …

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SG Blocks announces the inauguration of the Monticello Mews development project

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – SG Blocks, Inc. (NASDAQ: SGBX) (“SG Blocks” or the “Company”), a leading designer, innovator and manufacturer of container-based structures, today announced that the Company inaugurated its Monticello Mews construction project facilities, located in the Catskills region of New York. Monticello Mews is a multi-family development project …

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MSU announces partnership with Simms

Montana State University has announced a partnership with Simms on a new line of fishing gear under the University’s Trout U brand. Simms will begin making Trout U hats and shirts, which will be sold at the MSU Bookstore. “Students come from all over the country to fish our Blue …

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San Mateo County businesses energized but cautious about reopening | New

While business has been good this year for 7 Mile House, a historic Brisbane restaurant and bar, owner Vanessa Garcia is taking things day by day. With California fully reopened on Tuesday – meaning a looser mask and no social distancing requirements for most businesses and activities – some business …

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