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Boston research center creates model to preserve history

The corner of Massachusetts and Columbus Avenues was once something more than flat land. It used to be more than just another in a long list of mixed-use development sites with condos in Boston. For South End residents, it was the Harriet Tubman House. Founded in the early 20th century …

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Russian missile wave hits Ukraine after Zelensky sets peace terms at G20 summit

Kyiv, Ukraine CNN — Russia launched its biggest wave of missile attacks against Ukrainian cities in more than a month, hours after Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelensky proposed a peace plan to world leaders at the G20 summit in Indonesia . Air raid sirens sounded across Ukraine shortly after its leader …

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Lewistown and Roundup could use historic old building to help ease housing crisis – Daily Montanan

ROUNDUP — Old buildings won’t solve all of Montana’s housing crisis, but when architect and developer Randy Hafer is done, they might solve some of them. Hafer is a Stanford University-trained architect based in Billings who specializes in transforming old, sometimes dilapidated buildings into usable space with state-of-the-art heating, cooling …

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NHC Board of Commissioners Plans to Continue to Use Cape Fear Museum Building

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – New Hanover County explained its plans for the future of the Cape Fear Museum and the Downtown Public Library in a Wednesday, Nov. 9 announcement. Known as Project Grace, it was turned down by the local government commission due to concerns about the public-private partnership with …

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Live Updates: Russia’s War in Ukraine

A woman walks past a building damaged by missile strikes in the eastern region of Donbass in Bakhmut, Ukraine on November 1.Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters The Ukrainian military said Russian forces continued to carry out artillery and rocket attacks along the entire front line, stretching from Kharkiv in the north to Zaporizhzhia …

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Reminders for campus regarding political activity and use of facilities

Photo submitted As Election Day approaches this year, questions may arise about how University of Arkansas employees can participate in the political process. Now is a good time to review University policies regarding political activity as well as the use of University facilities and outdoor …

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Fay Jones School Faculty Named Exhibitor of University of Columbus Design Research Scholars

James Long Jessica Colangelo and Charles Sharpless, professors at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, have been selected by Exhibit Columbus as the 2022-23 University Research Fellows in Design. Exhibit Columbus has selected two faculty members from the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design …

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Extend military service, recruit more women: NPP

By Shelley Shan / Staff Reporter The Ministry of National Defense should extend compulsory military service to one year and recruit more women to bolster Taiwan’s defense, the New Power Party (NPP) caucus said yesterday. The party made the remarks in response to Chinese President Xi Jinping’s (習近平) speech at …

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Renovated Wilna Thomas Building Improves Campus Life for Camosun Students

With the reopening of the renovated Wilna Thomas building on Camosun College’s Lansdowne campus, students have access to new spaces for study, collaboration, events and Indigenous learning. “This project is a fantastic example of the value of revitalizing a building to meet the changing needs of students,” said Anne Kang, …

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Inside Housing – News – Northern association secures £77m to deliver new homes and decarbonise stock

A major housing association in the North has secured £77million in funding from a major bank to support its plans to build thousands of new homes and decarbonise its existing stock. Housing in Millers Chase, York, where Yorkshire Housing is building new homes (Picture: Yorkshire Housing) dividing lines [email protected] secured …

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New York City’s 3-year climate law finally gets some details

In 2019, the city council passed Local Law 97 with ambitious goals to fight climate change by putting carbon caps on the city’s biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions: buildings. But over the past three years, there has been little indication of how owners and managers might achieve the ambitious …

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Drexel New Rover University freshman building

Andrew DeLuca has just started his freshman year at Drexel University as an electrical engineering student, but he’s already making waves in the engineering world. He hopes to earn even more before he graduates. DeLuca is in the early stages …

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Biohm – UKGBC – UK Green Building Council

Harry Darkly, Chief Operating Officer at Biohm, talks to UKGBC about what they do and what innovation means to them. Published on September 26, 2022 To share What is your elevator pitch? Biohm is a research and development-driven company that creates regenerative, high-performance materials and products for the built environment. …

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Drones that use 3D printing for building construction and repair

A team of researchers from Imperial College London and Empa, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, have developed a special type of drone who uses collective construction methods and is able to construct and repair buildings. These so-called BuilDrones use 3D printing in flight and were inspired …

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‘World’s first’ hydrogen project raises questions about its role in powering future homes | Hydrogen energy

OOn the north shore of the Firth of Forth, the royal blue waters lap against the weathered walls of Methil Docks. The docks were once a hub for coal exports but, since the late 1970s, they have not dealt with the black stuff. Today, the city on Scotland’s east coast …

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Developers file plans for $11million multi-story building on unassuming Ballarat side street

Plans have been filed with the City of Ballarat to construct a six-storey mixed-use building on a small one-way street dominated by loading docks and parking lots. Key points: The proposed building was designed to blend in with its heritage-listed neighbors The $11 million project will include ground-floor shops, as …

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More help for residents concerned about planning lapses

Residents concerned about possible planning failures in their neighborhood will soon have access to updated advice, information and practical help. New city application plan We are releasing our new local planning application plan for the city later this month. The plan aims to help residents find information about potential planning …

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WA incentive scheme for councils to use more recycled road materials

The Western Australian government is offering local councils a share of $350,000 to use more materials recycled from construction sites in their roads. Roads to Reuse (RTR) was developed in 2019 to encourage the use of more recycled building and construction materials for state roads. The new program provides a …

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112-year-old downtown church demolished

No decision has been made on the future use of the now vacant space next to the Anglican Cathedral The parish hall next to St. Luke’s Anglican Cathedral on Albert Street East was reduced to rubble. “It’s ongoing right now,” says James McShane, dean of the Diocese of Algoma and …

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Air conditioning technology is outdated. These are AC options for a warmer future.

This week, Californians got a reminder of one of the most vexing paradoxes of global warming. With temperatures well above 110 degrees Fahrenheit in some areas Tuesday night, hundreds of thousands of state residents received text alerts warning them that the power grid, under the weight of millions of air …

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The one [Simple] Method used by AI implementers to achieve success

The one [Simple] Method used by AI implementers to achieve success

Who do you blame when AI projects fail? Technology? Your machine learning and data science team? Sellers? The data? You can definitely blame the wrong problem solving with the AI ​​or applying the AI ​​when you don’t need it at all. But what happens when you have an application very …

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Smoking materials are the most likely cause of the Lynn fire

LYNN — The most likely cause of yesterday’s fire on Allerton Street was improper disposal of smoking materials, said Lynn Fire Chief Stephen L. Archer and the state Fire Marshal, Peter J. Ostroskey. “This fire started on the exterior of the building and grew significantly before smoke alarms inside detected …

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A fire in central Hamilton leaves the floor of a commercial building badly damaged

Kelly Hodel Firefighters entered a smoking floor of the Waikato Farmers Trust building through a window using a ladder truck. A fire in the Hamilton Farmer’s Trust central building has been extinguished but left extensive damage to one floor. Firefighters battled the blaze with responders breaking windows to gain access …

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Rental of new apartments in Les Parcs on the former site of Walter Reed

The planned mixed-use development on the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site in northwest Washington continues to grow with new residential and commercial options, the latest of which is a 323-apartment building. The Hartley includes 58,000 square feet of retail space, with a 42,000 square foot Whole Foods Market. …

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IRS launches security review after Republican criticism and right-wing threats

Comment this story Comment The Internal Revenue Service will launch a comprehensive security review of its facilities nationwide, Commissioner Charles Rettig announced Tuesday, as congressional Republicans and far-right extremists lash out at the agency and new funding it is expected to receive under a massive spending bill. “We see what’s …

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The rising capital of Finnish gastronomy

I got my first taste of why Turku – Finland’s oldest city – has become a new Nordic food hotspot by sampling its 19th-century market. The beautiful red-brick building is located one block from the Aura River, which flows through the city and empties into the Turku Archipelago – the …

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Overall employee health | Eastern Kansas VA Health Care

Overall employee health is essential to our health and resilience as an organization and represents a proactive model of well-being that protects against the stressors and challenges we face in our daily lives. Focusing on “ME” through conscious awareness and self-discovery allows us to reflect on what matters most and …

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Research center to fight global pollution with ‘green’ plastic – UQ News

A new training center run by the University of Queensland is set to become a hub for cutting-edge ‘green’ plastic research. The $13 million Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Processing Training Center for Bioplastics and Biocompositesbased at UQ School of Chemical Engineeringaims to make large-scale plastic pollution a problem of …

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JPO – Gender and Communication Analyst – Ethiopia

Organizational context The UNDP Regional Service Center for Africa is based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. With additional offices in Dakar, Senegal and Nairobi, Kenya, it serves 45 country offices in sub-Saharan Africa, develops high-quality knowledge and policy, and is the organization’s main interface with regional bodies and continental bodies such …

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Kathy Tie is building Locke Bio to be ‘Shopify’ for the healthcare industry

The rise of direct-to-consumer (DTC) pharmacies and telehealth represent two of the fastest growing segments in healthcare. The global online pharmacy market was estimated at $69.25 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $210.35 billion by 2028, according to Facts and Factors. The global telehealth market is worth $144.38 …

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Pioneer Square guitar shop owners are fed up with drugs and crime outside the building

Video captured by store employees appears to show drug use at an ordinary site outside of the business. SEATTLE – Behind a steel door and through a locked door, you can safely lose yourself in the music. “We grew something here. We like to create our own world inside those …

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Are you safe? 17 essential safety tips for real estate agents

Do you receive Agent Edge from Inman? Make sure you are subscribed here. Being a real estate agent can seem like a safe job, especially when you compare it to dangerous professions, such as commercial fishermen, tree trimmers, or law enforcement. But perform the responsibilities of a real estate agent …

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Israeli airstrike kills 2nd commander of Islamic Jihad; weekend death toll at 31

Israel said on Sunday it killed a top Islamic Jihad commander in a crowded Gaza refugee camp, the second such targeted attack since launching its high-risk military offensive against the militant group just before the weekend. The Iran-backed militant group fired hundreds of rockets into Israel in response, raising the …

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Boot Stories: Everything Monitors Smart Devices and Protects Their Data

Company: Everything Together, Inc. uses advanced artificial intelligence on real-time, outsourced data to keep people and their electronic devices safe. Founder: David Knudsen ’91 When did you get the idea for this startup? When my wife, Sarah, and I started renovating our home several years ago, we considered incorporating smart …

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Ukrainian strike ‘destroys the railway’ cutting Kremlin supplies to Kherson

Jhe United States blacklisted the tycoon who owns London’s second-largest estate and Vladimir Putin’s alleged girlfriend in the latest round of sanctions over the Ukraine invasion. Several other oligarchs believed to be close to the Russian president, four officials appointed by Russia to administer occupied territories in Ukraine, and about …

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Guide to Energy Efficient Homes 2022

As climate change becomes more and more of an issue in the United States and around the world, having a green home becomes more and more desirable. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), there has been a noticeable increase in the number of homes on the market with …

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Plans approved for second Tamworth Enterprise Center

Planning permission was granted to Tamworth Borough Council to develop a second business center in the mid 19e century section of the old Co-operative Society building at Colehill. This development is part of Tamworth Borough Council’s plans to transform the heart of Tamworth town centre. The new corporate center will …

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Bus services resume in Karnataka as focus shifts to airports and metro goes up | bangalore

The emphasis on building airports, increasing reliance on private vehicles and poor connectivity (in some cases) are leading to a decline in the use of public buses, even in cities like Bangalore, where this mode of transport represents nearly 50% of all commuters. According to the report “Sustainable Public Transport …

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Coated Glass Market Size is Expected to Reach USD 71,425 Million

BEIJING, July 21. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global coated glass market The size accounted for USD 32,951 million in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 71,425 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 9.2% during the forecast period from 2022 to 2030. In recent years, the coated …

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Newsom’s bid to return free textbooks delayed in community college central office

By Michael Burke, EdSource More than a year after California lawmakers set aside $115 million to expand free textbook programs in the state’s 116 community college system, the money remains stuck in the Chancellor’s office. State. Funds have yet to reach colleges or support system students who often spend hundreds …

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How to plan a sustainable beach vacation

Comment this story Comment For many people, summer is synonymous with the beach. But with hundreds of millions of Americans flocking to coastal areas every year, especially during months when the weather oscillates between balmy and sweltering, experts say such trips can contribute to the staggering effects of human activities …

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Multi-million dollar renovations coming to Halifax Library

The Keshen Goodman Public Library is a community hub in Clayton Park, and it will soon have a facelift. This week, the Halifax Regional Council awarded a $7.1 million tender to Avondale Construction to make big changes to the look and function of the space. “It’s an investment in this …

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Crystal City was an unrealized DC design by Frank Lloyd Wright

Comment this story Comment The legend clung to the massive oak tree that once stood in the nine-acre triangle of forest that grew incongruously on the corner of Connecticut and Florida Avenues to the northwest. The tree was known as the treaty oak, supposedly because Native Americans and white settlers …

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Black Marines who served at racially segregated Montford Point are honored: NPR

Montford Point Marines relax from their work with the 3rd Ordnance Company in Saipan circa 1944. HUM Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption HUM Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images Montford Point Marines relax from their work with the 3rd Ordnance Company in Saipan circa 1944. …

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Masons once hoped to build a huge complex in northwest DC

Placeholder while loading article actions On July 15, 1922, thousands of men and women (but mostly men) gathered around an old oak tree on a miraculously undeveloped plot of land at Connecticut and Florida Avenues NW. They were Freemasons with their wives and had a bold plan in mind. They …

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Details Emerge for Mixed-Use Building Planned for Berry Hill | Development

Details are emerging of a mixed-use building, Phoenix-based Alliance Residential Co. is targeting the Berry Hill property, which has long been home to food company Mrs. Grissom’s Salads Inc. According to a document submitted to the city of Berry Hill, the future four-story building will rise to 2500 Bransford Avenue …

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UBCO Downtown – UBC Okanagan News

THERE IS BUZZ ON THE STREETS OF DOWNTOWN KELOWNA— a new neighbor moves in. After living on the outskirts of town for more than 16 years, UBC Okanagan plans to open its doors in a new location immersed in the heart of the city. “We come to the center of …

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New £27m funding partnership announced with VSO at Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting

The UK Government today (Saturday 25 June) announced a new £27 million partnership with the UK’s leading overseas volunteering charity, VSO, to enable people living in low-income countries income from the Commonwealth and other countries to take control of their future. The Active Citizenship Through Inclusive Volunteering & Empowerment (ACTIVE) …

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How do you keep artists in Boston? The city is looking for solutions

There’s a sign in Wayne Strattman’s studio with six words spelled out in thin glass tubes: helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, mercury. Each is lit with the gas it describes. Helium glows with a light peach; neon, the most common, glows orange-red. Krypton is white, argon is fuchsia, xenon a …

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Robotic lightning bolts take flight | MIT News

The fireflies that light up dark backyards on warm summer evenings use their luminescence for communication – to attract a mate, ward off predators, or attract prey. These twinkling insects also sparked inspiration from MIT scientists. Taking inspiration from nature, they built flexible light-emitting artificial muscles for insect-scale flying robots. …

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Philadelphia firefighter dies in building collapse; 5 other people rescued

Four of his comrades and a city employee were pulled alive from the rubble, a fire official said. The collapse of 300 W. Indiana Ave. in the city’s Fairhill neighborhood happened shortly before 3:30 a.m. — about 90 minutes after firefighters were called to battle the blaze there — and …

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Kaplan Construction begins work on a 99,831 m² mixed-use building: NEREJ

Roxbury, MA Kaplan Construction has begun construction work on a new six-story, 99,831 square foot building at 2147 Washington St. on behalf of co-developers, New Atlantic Development and DREAM Development. Built on the site of a former parking lot, 2147 Washington is expected to be completed by the summer of …

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Here are the tools to change our behaviors. It’s time for us to use them | Comment

This month marks an important milestone in the journey of one of the construction industry’s premier initiatives with the launch of the Construction Innovation Hub’s Value Toolkit on June 20. Like many milestones such as turning 21 or passing a driving test, the day itself can be full of anticipation, …

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Activists go after buyers of stolen antiques : NPR

Still from a Clooney Justice Foundation video showing the storage and warehouse at the Ain Dara archaeological site in northern Aleppo Governorate, Syria. The facility was later looted by various armed groups and bulldozed at some point between 2019 and 2020. The Clooney Foundation for Justice hide caption toggle caption …

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City of Clarksville moves ahead with plans to reclaim historic building through eminent domain

CLARKSVILLE, In. (WAVE) – The Clarksville, Indiana City Council is moving forward in condemning the former Colgate factory, known for its large historic clock face on top. The Clarksville City Council plans to use eminent domain to get their hands on the historic buildings at 1410 South Clark Boulevard. When …

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Protecting Web Browsing Data From Hackers | MIT News

Malicious agents can use machine learning to launch powerful attacks that steal information in ways that are hard to prevent and often even harder to investigate. Attackers can capture data that “leaks” between software programs running on the same computer. They then use machine learning algorithms to decode these signals, …

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Jan. 6 hearings give Democrats a chance to revamp midterm message

WASHINGTON — Seventeen months after a mob of Donald J. Trump supporters stormed the Capitol with bogus allegations of a stolen election, House Democrats plan to use a historic series of hearings to investigation starting this week in an attempt to refocus voters’ attention on January 6. aimed at directly …

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Use your influence to push for consensus candidate, Buhari tells APC caucus

President Muhammadu Buhari has asked the National Advisory Council of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to “actively” promote consensus building among the party’s presidential candidates. The president met with APC stakeholders and select governors at the State House on Sunday evening. Speaking at the meeting, Buhari said the ruling party …

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Pro-Gun Extremism Online: ‘Cool for Active Shooter Stuff’ | New Policies

By DAVID KLEPPER, Associated Press The young man in jeans and sunglasses proudly shows off his gun in the YouTube video, then instructs his 1 million subscribers on how to insert an extra clip into his gun belt, and offers a chilling observation. “Pretty cool for active shooter stuff, if …

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“I only work 2 hours a day”

Like millions of Americans, I found myself out of work during the pandemic. At first, I was fired from my job as a waitress. Then I started working for myself as an online fitness coach, but running the business required 10-hour workdays and I only made $1,000-2,000 a month. So …

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New C$6 million chair in architecture to develop turnkey solutions for mass climate renovation of buildings

As the impact of climate change intensifies and accelerates, there is an increasing urgency to radically transform areas that can be significantly decarbonized. Buildings are among the biggest emitters of greenhouse gases (GHGs), yet the vast majority of Canada’s existing building stock was built without an energy code in place. …

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Sunak’s tax helps consumers but misses the energy

Placeholder while loading article actions The UK government’s windfall tax of 25% on the profits of oil and gas companies, and the investment allowance that will allow them to avoid most of it, will do little to meet the pressing energy needs of the country. Speaking in parliament on Thursday, …

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danapith: Why only target documents for Bu Nod: Ahna | Ahmedabad News

Ahmedabad: Around 250 doctors in the city held an Ashram Road rally at the Danapith office of the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation on Thursday afternoon to raise the issue of building use permission. As of October 2021, AMC has stopped renewing Form C for registration of medical practice premises if the …

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Peer groups | Maine Behavioral Health

Recovery centers in Biddeford, Portland Rockland and Sanford What is a recovery center? Peer-run recovery centers are a community space for anyone experiencing or struggling to maintain their mental health and/or recover from addiction. Centers are run by paid and volunteer intentional peer support specialists and are NOT a clinical …

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In the firing line: Evictions begin in West Bank villages after court ruling | Palestinian territories

Bn the bottom of the dusty plateau, home to the village of Khribet al-Fakhiet on the southern edge of the occupied West Bank, sheep, goats and camels belonging to Palestinian Bedouins roam the hills. The Israeli city of Arad glistens in the distance, and across the valley to the east …

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05/20/2022 | Wicomico to Use Federal Grant for Major Civic Center Upgrades

Wicomico to Use Federal Grant for Major Civic Center Upgrades SALISBURY — Acting Wicomico County Executive John Psota stood outside the 42-year-old Wicomico Civic Center Thursday, May 19, and told stakeholders how a $5.5 million federal grant dollars will make major site improvements possible. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic …

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UH Law School Building Wins Gold for Sustainability

The University of Hawaii at the Mānoa Clinic Building William S. Richardson School of Law has achieved official Gold Level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certificate. In April, Dean Camille Nelson joined former dean Avi Soifer and teacher Denise Antoliniteachers and partners to unveil the official LEED certification …

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York Robotics Research Center receives £1.5m to build solar farm

Posted on May 16, 2022 The University of York will be the location of a new £1.5million solar farm project. The solar farm is one of nine projects to receive funding to improve environmental sustainability. Photo credit: Tilbury Douglas / John Kees. Located in the new University building Institute for …

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Wooster’s Friendly Wholesale has new owners for a growing business

WOOSTER – There is the main building, the OB (other building), the State Building and the Vending Building. And in the next few years, there could be another, called “Probably NB, New Building,” said Friendly Wholesale’s new owner, Matt Plocki, with a laugh. It’s only been a few weeks since …

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A giant mixed-use building has just been proposed for Stephen Avenue Calgary

Another day, another proposal that could bring big changes to our downtown – specifically to the Calgary hotspot, Stephen Avenue. Although this has yet to be approved, many steps have already been taken to develop a mixed-use building between 7th and 8th Avenue on Center Street and 1st – the …

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Beijing loyalist John Lee elected Hong Kong’s next leader

“I look forward to us all starting a new chapter together, building a caring, open and vibrant Hong Kong, and a Hong Kong full of opportunity and harmony,” Lee said in his victory speech. Lam congratulated Lee in a statement and said she would submit the election results to Beijing. …

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PEZA will construct a 33-storey building for commercial use

NEW OFFICE. The proposed headquarters of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) will be built on its 5,000 square meter property along Roxas Boulevard and is expected to be completed by 2024. In the same plot of land, PEZA will soon construct another building of 33-storey offices for commercial use. …

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Family Business Wants to Build Mixed-Use Building Near Northway Exit 18 | Local

QUEENSBURY — A local, family-owned construction company wants to build a mixed-use building in Queensbury near junction 18 of the Northway. Foothills Builders, led by a father and son both named Joseph Leuci, wants to construct a three-story, 25,000-square-foot building at 78-80 Main St., across from the Adirondack Trust Company …

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The Crypto Industry Wants To Go Green – It’s Easier Said Than Done

BODEN, Sweden – Nestled in snowy Swedish Lapland is a modern gold mine. But instead of picks and shovels, it’s filled with thousands of computers. These machines, known as mining rigs, work around the clock to find new units of cryptocurrency – in this case, Ethereum, the second largest token …

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Disney World has finally found a use for the empty NBA Experience building

In August 2019, Walt Disney World opened a massive new building in Disney Springs in conjunction with the National Basketball Association. The NBA Experience was full of displays and interactive elements meant to draw any basketball fan to the station. Unfortunately, the location was met with a lukewarm response, which …

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City workers warned against legal marijuana use

WOODLAND PARK — The city’s 120 employees have been told that if they use marijuana it could result in their dismissal, Mayor Keith Kazmark said. “Regardless of this change in law, the Borough Council and I want to emphasize that all policies and procedures and rules and regulations applicable to …

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Estimation of the informative character of the data | MIT News

Not all data is equal. But how much information is a piece of data likely to contain? This question is at the heart of medical testing, the design of scientific experiments, and even everyday human learning and thinking. MIT researchers have developed a new way to solve this problem, opening …

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Blues vs. Coyotes – Game Recap – April 23, 2022

GLENDALE, Ariz. — The St. Louis Blues clicked it all, scoring goals and closing shooting lanes while building a pair of three-goal leads. Then they got complacent. St. Louis still managed to pull off a 5-4 win over one of the NHL’s worst teams in overtime, but games like the …

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This Lancashire hospital building is back in use after eight years after the £9.4million project was completed

Following a £9.4million refurbishment, the Wesham Rehab Center now aims to provide inspirational mental health rehabilitation to patients in Lancashire. The old rehab centre, a remnant of the wider Wesham Hospital site closed in 2012, fell out of use when the NHS moved its services and those of a similar …

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How to survive a tactical nuke? Defense experts explain

There have been many discussions about Russia’s threat to use tactical nuclear weapons in its war against Ukraine. Russia is estimated to possess thousands of tactical nuclear weapons – perhaps the largest stockpile in the world – which could be deployed at any time. The use of nuclear weapons is …

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Houston Schools considers best use of recent building purchases

Houston School Board from left: Superintendent Mary Morem, Mimi Carlson, President Tom Stilin, Mark Swenson, Gene Lundak and Arlin Peterson. Josh Norlien and Richard Erdmann were absent.Photo by Wanda Hanson Houston Schools recently conducted a survey of students, parents, staff and community members to gather feedback on the best use …

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How Lawyers Can Use Marketing Strategies to Grow Their Client Base

Wednesday, April 13, 2022 Like many lawyers, I didn’t learn marketing in law school. I also knew nothing about communications or media relations before law school. When I graduated and started practicing at a matrimonial law firm, there were no internal or external marketing resources, and no direct public relations …

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New temporary dorms on Professors Row to accommodate 150 first-years this fall

Temporary accommodation at the current site of The Mods will be used to house 150 freshmen in fall 2022, Dean of Student Affairs Camille Lizarribar informed the Tufts community in a April 8 E-mail. The construction of Three separate buildings, which will house 50 students and three resident assistants eachwill …

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Hingham councilors demand refugees in flats

Published: 15:46 9 April 2022 A disused apartment building for people with intellectual disabilities should finally be put to use, advisers have demanded. Moon Court, a £3million specialist-assisted housing development in Hingham, was completed in 2018 but has stood empty since. Now councilors and locals are calling for the site …

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Eric Pickles tells Grenfell Inquiry not to waste time but gets death toll wrong | Grenfell Tower fire

A former cabinet minister has challenged the Grenfell inquiry not to waste time giving evidence, before they are wrong about the death toll from the disaster. Lord Pickles, who served as Secretary of State in the then Department for Communities and Local Government between 2010 and 2015, sparked anger after …

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Trade, trade or stay put in the 2022 NFL Draft: The best plan for the 32 first-round picks

The 2022 NFL Draft is right around the corner, and unlike years past, no one even has a clear idea how the first round is going to play out. There’s a consensus regarding the likely No. 1 overall pick, of course, and you’ll find many of the same names in …

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Using building information modeling technology in planning

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an essential process to facilitate the design, planning and construction of buildings. It is an efficient and collaborative process often used by engineers, architects, developers, manufacturers and other professional contractors to plan and design structures and buildings in a single 3D model. Image Credit: KRAUCHANKA …

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Blue Jackets Sean Kuraly return to play Boston Bruins

BOSTON — Sean Kuraly didn’t know how to get into the building. The striker decided to walk to the TD Garden on Saturday morning for the Blue Jackets’ pre-game practice, but when he arrived at the arena he realized he didn’t know which input to use. After spending his first …

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Public Advisory: Take Our Toll: New Toll Booths on I-35 Will Benefit Transit, TxDOT and The Chronicle – News

This whimsical artist’s rendering shows a toll booth next to the the Chronicle office building. Route details are unknown, but manned cabins are indeed a feature of the plan, and celebrity cabin operators (here is music publisher Kevin Curtin) handing out copies of the the Chronicle could provide a lift …

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New Orleans Saints plan to use versatile Taysom Hill primarily as stretch

The New Orleans Saints plan to use Taysom Hill primarily as a tight end instead of a quarterback in the future, new coach Dennis Allen confirmed Tuesday. That shouldn’t come as a big surprise, considering the Saints – after pursuing a trade for Deshaun Watson – just signed Jameis Winston …

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Mike Copeland: Pignetti license; New Waco High; Waco Surf’s Mother’s Day; Site Selection Awards | Local business news

Italian Restaurant Pignetti, a Temple dining institution, has agreed to deliver to Waco, and it’s bringing the entire menu. Owner Clinton Harwell said in September he would place a second Pignetti in the former Phoenix Ballroom building on South Third Street in downtown Waco. Now Harwell has a building permit …

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$46 million directed to Oregon to help tackle homelessness – Oregon Capital Chronicle

Local governments and nonprofits in Oregon will receive more than $46 million in federal grants to provide shelter for homeless people. The senses. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley announced the US Department of Housing and Urban Development grants this week. Oregon’s share is part of more than $2.6 billion that …

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Oversized Goldfish Could Become Super Invaders

Just west of Toronto last summer, startled biologists counted more than 20,000 goldfish in a single urban stormwater pond the size of two basketball courts. And the fish, likely descended from abandoned pets, weren’t just thriving numerically – some had grown into three-pound behemoths. Cities across North America have increasingly …

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Wagga Town Council Approves Use of Former Trading Club Building as Offices | The Daily Advertiser

newsletters, editors’ selection list, Plans to transform the former shopping club into a business center have taken a big step forward, with the green light given for the once popular club to be used as offices. The Wagga RSL Club’s application to add office space as a permitted use for …

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Net zero mixed-use residential building next reading

The Council votes in favor of the third reading after public hearing. A housing and office development in downtown Squamish has overcome most of its hurdles to become a reality. On March 15, council voted unanimously in favor of the third reading of a rezoning application for a development known …

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Could energy independence from Russia encourage a switch to renewable energies? | Russo-Ukrainian War

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sparked a European quest to reduce dependence on Russian gas and move closer to renewables – with a simultaneous triumph over Russian President Vladimir Putin and climate change. The European Commission estimates that it can replace 24 billion cubic meters (bcm) of Russian gas with zero-emission …

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Mike Copeland: Terry Black’s BBQ in Waco; Main event opening date; Sports opportunities | Local business news

Realtor Waco Clay Fuller landed a big slice of brisket. He brokered a deal that will bring Terry Black’s BBQ to Waco, to the vacant Morrison Heating & Plumbing Supply building at Eighth Street and Mary Avenue. Fuller said Terry Black couldn’t resist what downtown has to offer. He will …

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Private sector AI startups want access to NAIRR

Rima Seiilova-Olson wasn’t sure why she was the only startup founder to be on a panel of academics. “I feel a little puzzled,” said Seiilova-Olson, co-founder and chief scientist of machine learning at mental health AI startup Kintsugi, speaking to Protocol about her attendance at a meeting of the group …

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To win an audience, focus on building trust

A few years ago, David was giving a talk to the National Speakers Association on the topic of trust. In front of a room full of professional speakers, he made a bold assertion: “Communication is never the central problem. Trust is. Allison, who was sitting in the audience, felt a …

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The municipal council will meet on March 8, 2022

Each City Council Briefing Package includes a note from the City Administrator providing a summary and background to the items on the agenda. We’ll start posting these memos here in our news feed to make them more accessible. You can sign up to be notified of news, agendas and more …

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Researchers gather evidence of possible Russian war crimes in Ukraine | Russia

Six days after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, there is mounting evidence that its military is committing war crimes with deadly attacks on civilians and the use of cluster munitions . Eliot Higgins, the founder of investigative journalism site Bellingcat, said there was evidence Russia was causing “civilian harm”, …

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Ukrainian fighters fight to hold the capital

KYIV, Ukraine – The understaffed and underarmed Ukrainian Defense Forces fought fierce resistance to the Russian invasion on Saturday, struggling to retain control of the capital, Kyiv, and other cities across the country. . Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky posted a video on Twitter, telling the public not to believe false …

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‘Immediately! Now ! : Terrified citizens rush to Kiev basements amid air raid sirens

KYIV, Ukraine (AFP) — It’s hard to say which frightened older women more: the shrill blare of air raid sirens or the terrified urgency of the Ukrainian soldier ordering everyone to take cover. “All people! Immediately! Now!” cried the soldier, rushing in his heavy boots down a road strewn with …

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Biden imposes additional sanctions on Russia: “Putin chose this war”

“Putin is the aggressor. Putin chose this war. And now he and his country will suffer the consequences,” Biden said, outlining a set of measures that “will impose a significant cost on the Russian economy, both immediately and in the long term”. The new sanctions include blockages on technology exports, …

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Battery Powered Screwdriver Market to Witness Amazing Growth by 2027 with Rising Use in Construction, Home Decoration, etc.

Overview of the Battery Powered Screwdriver Market Research The Global Battery Powered Screwdrivers Market exhibits comprehensive information which is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists during the decade 2017-2027. Based on historical data, the Battery Operated Screwdriver market report provides key segments and their sub-segments, revenue and …

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Plans for new equine center at Dorset farm approved

AN “EQUINE Assisted Learning Center” has been approved for a breeding site. Dorset Council has agreed to the change from a farm building for equestrian use to the creation of a riding school on the Notton Farm site in Notton, near Maiden Newton. The app comes from Mrs. Rebecca Maslen …

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Rodent infestation triggers massive warning on Family Dollar products

After fumigating a Family Dollar distribution facility in Arkansas, inspectors found more than 1,100 dead rodents. WASHINGTON — Some items sold at Family Dollar stores in six states may be contaminated from unsanitary conditions found at an Arkansas distribution facility, FDA officials have warned after an inspection found a rodent …

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Health Secretary sees how the South West is battling the backlog

Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid visits the South West region as part of his week-long nationwide ‘Road to Recovery’ tour Javid opens groundbreaking £56.7million government-funded facility in Porton Down to tackle COVID-19 and future health threats Visits follow government and NHS release of COVID backlog recovery plan to …

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Patients cannot use the garden due to ‘falling slates’ from the HSE building

Residents of a mental health facility have limited access to a garden due to the risk of falling slates from a nearby HSE building, a monitoring report has revealed. he Mental Health Commission has inspected the Cluain Lir Centre, which opened in 2012, on the grounds of St Mary’s Care …

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Vietnam promotes the production and use of new building materials | national

Director of the Building Materials Department Pham Van Bac A journalist from the SGGP newspaper interviewed the director of the building materials department of the Ministry of Construction Pham Van Bac on this subject. Recently, new building materials with cheaper prices have better energy-saving aesthetics and more mineral resources. For …

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My building offers Covid testing, but not for young children. Is it legal?

Q: The chairman of my co-op’s board has offered free in-home Covid-19 antigen testing to all residents aged 5 and over. Each household received two tests per person, so a family with two adults and two teenagers received eight tests. But a family with two adults and two toddlers only …

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Large fire at Saw Mill Village Apartments ruled arson

Firefighters had to use a ladder to rescue two adults, two children, two dogs and a cat from Tuesday’s blaze. COLUMBUS, Ohio — A miner faces at least two counts of arson after admitting to starting two fires at a northwest Columbus apartment complex earlier this week, according to the …

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USDA to Invest $1 Billion in Climate-Smart Commodities, Expand Markets and Strengthen Rural America

Funding Opportunity Opens to Pilot New Revenue Streams for Climate-Smart Farmers, Ranchers, and Forest Owners in the United States JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri, February 7, 2022 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today at Lincoln University that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is delivering on its promise to expand markets by …

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Growing use in automotive, electrical and electronics, building and construction, consumer goods, packaging is driving industry growth across the world – Cleveland Sports Zone

[116 Pages Report] Injection Molding Materials Market Overview 2022 Injection molding is used to produce a wide range of products made from various raw materials including plastics, metals such as iron, aluminum, copper, precious metals and carbide. Injection molding can be done with a multitude of components consisting of metals, …

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Covid-era Americans use public transit less and have more car accidents | Coronavirus

The Covid-19 pandemic has seen two pernicious trends emerge in the way Americans travel around their country: public transit is struggling with a reduced number of paying customers, while there has been a sharp increase deaths in car accidents. Business closures, increased work from home and fears of contracting the …

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Infrastructure law is a chance to build with clean materials

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) includes historic levels of surface transportation spending, which is about half of the total $1.2 trillion package – the largest transportation reauthorization area over five years. Whether the new law’s transportation investments exacerbate our climate crisis or help us meet our climate goals …

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Marynarska Point 1 will be completely renovated

The Marynarska Point 1 office building in the Mokotów district of Warsaw will soon be completely renovated. As part of the work, which should start in the first quarter of 2022, the elevator halls on all floors of the building will be given a facelift. The main lobby will also …

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