Strategic outlook of the playground equipment market by 2026 | PlayCore, Landscape Structures, Kompan, Playpower, ELI, etc. – KSU

playground-equipment-Market Latest research on Global Playground Equipment Market The report covers forecasting and analysis at global, regional and country level. The study provides historical information from 2016-2021 along with a forecast for 2021-2026 supported by both volume and revenue (USD Million). The entirety of the study covers the major drivers …

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The former Smithwick family country house for 3.25 million euros

“We wanted a country house, but we didn’t want to live in the country, ”says Gerry Byrne, explaining the family appeal of Kilcreene Lodge in Kilkenny, which is set on 10 secluded acres with mature gardens, woodlands and a lake, but with the town and its amenities at the end …

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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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Computer engineering graduates show ingenuity to design new products

James Samawi, a 2021 computer engineering graduate, poses with the spotlight on his team’s security and automatic tracking surveillance. For dog owners who don’t like picking up trash from their four-legged friends, the “Scoop-A-Tron” robot will do it for them. Or, for those who don’t have time to play games …

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The silver lining of COVID-19: passion for the outdoors

The pandemic and its lockdown restrictions sparked a renewed passion for the great outdoors where people could have fun with little risk of being infected with COVID-19. But even as America returns to pre-COVID-19 normalcy, statistics show that our love affair with Mother Nature continues. According to the Boston Globe, …

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SWOT will reopen next week | Community

After more than a year of home and curbside meals, cautious outdoor gatherings and empty community space, Seniors West of the Tetons opens on June 14 and resumes on-site lunches. “We don’t know if people will be gun shy or enthusiastic,” said River Osborn, executive director of the association. “People …

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“We need workers to get back to work,” says lawyer Michael Curran –

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Since early December 2020, law firm Curran & Curran has helped hundreds of restaurants and bars stay open as part of a peaceful protest against state-imposed COVID-19 restrictions . Now that the restrictions are relaxed, it is extremely difficult for restaurants to find workers. As a …

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Commissioners Lee Approve Able Canal Shared-Use Trail Design Contract | News, Sports, Jobs

The Lee County Council of Commissioners voted on Tuesday to approve a design contract for the Able Canal’s 6-mile-long shared-use trail in Lehigh Acres. Florida-based Kisinger Campo & Associates Corp. will design a shared-use trail approximately six miles long with a bike / pedestrian bridge, crosswalks, shade structures, landscaping, and …

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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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Battle in Citrus Heights against a harmful neighbor; Suspected drug activity returns after police raid – CBS Sacramento

CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) – Citrus Heights Police raided a house and arrested the owner, but days later neighbors say garbage, drug activity and trafficking are back. “The concern is our safety,” said neighbor Carita Idigpio. READ MORE: Nevada City paints street mural beloved by store owners that was not allowed …

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