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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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SCUSD moves to fire Kit Carson, teacher who used N-Word – CBS Sacramento

SCUSD’s New Race and Equity Liaison Talks District’s Decision to Fire Teacher for Using N-WordSeven months after CBS13 broke the story, the school district decided to fire the Kit Carson Academy teacher — but what took so long? 43 minutes ago Community mourns one in rising number of officer deaths …

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West Haven’s Allingtown may have a new walk-in urgent care clinic

WEST HAVEN — Can a walk-in clinic be the cure for the frayed relationship between a major developer and the city? The Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday approved a special permit for a developer to convert 15,566 square feet of retail space in the Park View mixed-use building in …

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Plans for £280m mixed-use project in Leeds | News

Plans have been submitted for a £280million mixed-use neighborhood in central Leeds designed by a team including Sheppard Robson. Developers Glenbrook and Town Center Securities (TCS) have formed a joint venture to develop the Whitehall Riverside development close to the city’s train station. If approved, it will include up to …

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York Age Concern charity store closes due to apartment plan

Age UK will close its furniture store in Tang Hall. The move comes as York City Council approved the partial conversion of the 77 Fourth Avenue building into four apartments. Applicant Peter Lunan is to use the front portion of the existing store as office space for his financial services …

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City plans to expand TOD zoning west along Broad Street

A map shows where TOD-1 zoning would be applied along Broad Street west of Interstate 195. The various colored areas reflect future land use recommendations from the Richmond 300 plan. (Images courtesy of the City of Richmond) A zoning update plan along another stretch of the GRTC Pulse bus line …

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Boston passes Fair Trade Building Performance Standard

Boston downtown Photo by Andrés García de Pexels Boston has taken a giant step forward to tackle its biggest source of emissions: buildings. Boston City Council voted unanimously in favor of the Building Emissions Reduction and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO 2.0) to require larger buildings to meet increasingly ambitious emissions targets …

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News & Information – Frank Kitts Park Options Offered

The parking lot building affects planned or potential development throughout the park, which is why a decision must be made now. They understand: replacement of the children’s playground in January 2022 creation of a Chinese garden, which shares a load-bearing wall with the parking lot a potential proposal from the …

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Oconomowoc development offered to adults with disabilities

A mixed-use development of apartments, houses and amenities for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD) has been proposed on 12 acres in the Pabst Farms area of ​​the Town of Oconomowoc. According to documents submitted to the city, Journey21 proposed the project at the southeast corner of Old Schoolhouse …

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Drought in Utah City Halts Growth

OAKLEY, Utah – In the western United States, a summer of record drought, heat waves and mega-fires exacerbated by climate change is forcing millions of people to face an inevitable series of reshuffling disasters. question the future of growth. Groundwater and vital waterways for farmers and cities are drying up. …

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The new town hall takes shape | News, Sports, Jobs

Submitted Art A rendering by JLG provides an example of what the old Wells Fargo building might look like after a town hall renovation. It includes glass panels to add more daylight to the building. Plans for a new town hall are moving forward with Minot city council’s approval of …

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Fire strikes downtown Calumet | News, Sports, Jobs

Garrett Neese / Daily Mining Gazette firefighters respond to a fire in downtown Calumet on Friday night. The cause of the fire was still undetermined as early as Saturday morning. At least two firefighters had been taken to Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital for smoke inhalation. CALUMET – A fire swept through …

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Office building near Norwich station to renovate

A Norfolk developer plans to ‘regenerate’ a dilapidated building plagued by anti-social behavior and drug use at the entrance to a ‘striking’ office and residential space near Prince of Wales Road in Norwich. FW Properties Ltd, owned by “Norfolk boys” Julian Wells and Ian Fox, is awaiting a decision on …

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