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Public Works and Security Office

[ad_1] Saturday, October 2, 2021 4:00 a.m. Public Works and Security OfficeAgendaWednesday, October 6th, 2021 – 10:00 a.m.Council Chambers Town Hall, One Civic SquareMEETING CALLED TO ORDER1 MINUTEA. Minutes of September 15, 2021, ordinary meeting2. REQUEST FOR PERFORMANCE RELEASE / REDUCTION PERMITA. Decision BPW 10-06-21-02; Miller Car Care; Right of …

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Keeping Families Covered welcomes the Mayor of Waukegan to tour

[ad_1] WAUKEGAN – Waukegan Mayor Ann Taylor welcomed volunteers this week and toured the Waukegan warehouse, where infant, toddler and adult diapers, period supplies, infant formula, children’s books, car seats, winter coats and more are being distributed to hundreds of families waiting to be served by keeping families covered. “I’m …

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9 current RCM partnerships, deals

[ad_1] From hospitals looking to partner with revenue cycle management companies to merging revenue cycle companies, here are nine partnerships and deals you should know about in the RCM space: 1. Intermountain Healthcare selects partners for price transparency strategyIntermountain Healthcare is partnering with Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management company PMMC to …

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Road closures, alternative routes – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] NOTE: NBC Chicago will be offering a live stream here starting October 10, 2021 at 7 a.m. with full coverage of the race. With thousands of runners hitting Chicago’s streets in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon 2021 on October 10, road closures and detours will go into effect. …

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Montgomery County Commissioners approved the resolution against the Texas Senate proposal for redistribution

[ad_1] A week after the proposed Texas Senate maps were released, commissioners approved a resolution criticizing the Montgomery County’s plan for the proposal. (Ben Thompson / Community Impact Newspaper) Montgomery County commissioners approved a resolution against proposed Texas Senate redistribution maps, released Sept. 18, citing problems with redrawing Montgomery County’s …

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Sandra Johnson | Garrett Clipper

[ad_1] Sandra Johnson COLUMBIA CITY – Sandra “Sandy” E. Johnson, 83 years old, of Columbia City, Indiana, died in her home town on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 3:00 am. She was born on June 27, 1938 in DeKalb County, Indiana, to Basil and Vera (Hills) Bickel. Sandy grew up …

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Sports Digest: Palou completes IndyCar championship

[ad_1] MOTOR RACE Alex Palou drove to his first IndyCar championship with an easy Sunday drive at the Long Beach Grand Prix in California. The 24-year-old became the first Spaniard to win the IndyCar Championship, finishing fourth in his second season in the US on the temporary downtown street course …

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How Brian Laundrie’s “illegal bank card use” gave police officers new clues about his movements after Gabby Petito was last seen alive

[ad_1] BRIAN Laundrie’s “illegal use of bank cards” provided police officers with evidence of his movements after his fiancée Gabby Petito was last seen alive, according to arrest documents. The FBI is coming on Friday Wyoming filed an “amended” arrest warrant laundry based on its alleged expenses previously Petito‘s body …

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Sandra Johnson | Obituaries | kpcnews.com

[ad_1] COLUMBIA CITY – Sandra “Sandy” E. Johnson, 83 years old, of Columbia City, Indiana, passed away on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 3:00 am at her home town. She was born on June 27, 1938 in DeKalb County, Indiana, to Basil and Vera (Hills) Bickel. Sandy grew up in …

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Municipal tax collections continue at historic pace | news

[ad_1] JONESBORO – The local sales tax levies continued on their record course. Reports from Craighead County Treasurer Terry McNatt and Jonesboro City Accountant Andrew Guiltner show that revenue this month is up 13 percent year over year. Craighead County’s 1 percent sales tax raised $ 2,275,739 for the county …

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Desperate for a father to sue the Juarez cartel

[ad_1] Elsner was part of this team and helped build a private intelligence agency with more than 50 agents on five continents, including former US and French agents. They met with arms dealers, obtained computer hard drives from Afghan warlords and hunted tips in Kabul, India and Sudan. While the …

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God is a football fan | Opinion | Salt Lake City

[ad_1] click to enlarge The years 1968-1971 were critical years for Latter-day Saints’ Church of Jesus Christ and its colleges. You have certainly ushered in a new age for BYU cougars. During this time of great unrest and tremendous advances in civil rights, Brigham Young University was regularly attacked – …

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Imprint for September 22, 2021

[ad_1] No. 28023 Montana Eleventh Judicial District Flathead County On the Nakharin Thabtimhin Name Change Matter: Nakharin Thabtimhin, Applicant Case No.: DV-21-874B District Court for a Name Change from Nakharin Thabtimhin to Nakharin Thabtimhin Smith. The hearing will take place on 06/10/21 at 8:30 a.m. The hearing will take place …

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Joseph Delmore | Obituaries | daily-journal.com

[ad_1] BOURBONNAIS – Joseph J. Delmore, 65, from Bourbonnais, died at his home on Saturday (September 18, 2021). He was born on December 25, 1955 in Rochester, Minnesota, to James “JP” and Mary Kiffe Delmore. Joe married Amy Kirsch on September 16, 1983 at Maternity BVM Catholic Church in Bourbonnais. …

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A delta vision

[ad_1] Last month, the Walton Family Foundation announced that Robert Burns would become the director of the Home Region Program. Burns has decades of housing, philanthropy, and community development experience. As senior vice president of multinational investment bank and financial services company Citi, he led efforts to promote the economic …

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Why Washington worries about stablecoins

[ad_1] Stablecoins could be the most ironic innovation of the cryptocurrency era, at least in the eyes of many Washington regulators and politicians. These digital currencies promise to maintain their value, which is generally pegged to a government currency such as the dollar or the euro, by relying on stable …

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Utah is home to BYU and Dixie State in Ute Field

[ad_1] Story links SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah women’s soccer team returns to Ute Field this week for two matches against teams from the state. On Thursday, Utah welcomes Brigham Young, presented by DoTERRA, before the week ends on Sunday with host Dixie State. THURSDAY MATCHUP Date | Time: …

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Intermountain CEO asks the Utahners: wear a mask

[ad_1] Governor Spencer Cox says he will wear a mask more often, but his comment on “extreme masker” has drawn criticism. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Dr. Marc Harrison, CEO of Intermountain Healthcare, thanked those in attendance for speaking during the update from Governor Spencer J. Cox and …

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William Ward Obituary (1942-2021) – Washington, DC

[ad_1] William A. “Bill” Ward September 29, 1942 – April 2, 2021 Washington, DC – The global development community lost a leading practitioner, advisor, and teacher on April 2, 2021. Bill was born on September 29, 1942 in Lake City, SC, to Wylie and Kathleen Feagin Ward. He attended Eau …

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Joseph Castellano Obituary (1971-2021) – Neptune, NJ

[ad_1] Joseph (“Joe”) David Castellano Joseph (“Joe”) David Castellano, 50, passed away unexpectedly near his home in Boulder, CO on Saturday, July 31, 2021. Joe was born on July 15, 1971 to Joseph Phillip Castellano and Rochelle Castellano in Edison, NJ. He was the youngest of two children and grew …

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Audience favorite | WilmingtonBiz

[ad_1] Locally owned boutique hotel The Hive had only one suite left in late July before Miranda Lambert’s gig in Wilmington on Aug. 7. And during last month’s sold-out Widespread Panic show marking the debut of the city‘s new Riverfront Park and Amphitheater, The Hive hosted not only the band, …

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Where Republicans Start Worrying About Big Oil

[ad_1] Skarda, described in the local newspaper as “known for her tickled pink nature,” walked around the oval table, giving some on the shoulder and patting others on the back. She asked a man when his family would brand their calves and an elderly woman if she had her flower …

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Gov’t Mule expands summer tour 2021

[ad_1] Warren Haynes and his pals’ first tour since the pandemic began was expanded to include five headlining dates. By Scott Bernstein July 20, 2021 • 7:26 a.m. PDT Gov’t Mule detailed their upcoming summer tour. The run includes a mix of co-bills with Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, headlining …

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ANNUAL REPORT: Lee Bank Awards $ 64,000; CHP Appoints Interim Chief Medical Officer; Berkshire Mountain Distillers Adds Director; BUW President resigns; Hawthorne Valley complements board

[ad_1] Lee Bank Foundation announces $ 64,500 in joint funding LEE The Lee Bank Foundation awarded $ 64,500 to eight Berkshire area organizations in its second round of community grant awards in 2021. Recipients received grants ranging from $ 2,000 to $ 12,500 to support their local programs. The following …

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STUDENT PROFILE: Lake City graduate does well

[ad_1] Brian Karsann graduated from Lake City High School with honors. He did this while completing a two-year program in construction professions at the Kootenai Technical Education Campus. Brian was just getting started. The son of David and Robin (Dorsett) Karsann von Coeur d’Alene then graduated with honors from Boise …

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Rodeo part of today’s trade fair events

[ad_1] Monday, July 12, 2021 1:00 am The route leading from Bronson Street into the exhibition center was filled with onlookers during the Kosciusko Community Fair parade on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union. Get ready for some wild horse riding as the IPRA World Championship Rodeo highlights today’s …

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Marquette LDFA, DDA approve interlocal agreement for savings bank renovation despite municipal division | News, sports, jobs

[ad_1] MARQUETTE – The town of Marquette and Houghton-based developer Braveworks are one step closer to converting the historic downtown Sparkasse building into a boutique hotel and four-story parking garage. The Local Development Finance Authority voted 3-2 on Wednesday evening to approve an interlocal agreement between the Marquette Brownfield Redevelopment …

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Top 5 Unexpected Activities in Zurich, Switzerland

[ad_1] Zurich is one of the most fascinating cities in Europe with many unexpected things to do for travelers. getty Zurich is known as the financial capital of Switzerland. Unfortunately, the city‘s reputation as a banking power (as well as its fame as one of the most expensive cities in …

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Real Salt Lake Academy wins everything

[ad_1] On Friday night, the Real Salt Lake U15s won the first-ever MLS NEXT Cup trophy after beating the Philadelphia Union’s top-ranked U15s 2-0 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. Jude Wellings and Evan Pickering both scored goals on either side of half-time and Fernando Delgado made several key saves …

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#PhotoOfTheDay: 22 photos from June on Twitter

[ad_1] In June, Los Angeles Times photojournalists embedded in the US-backed Afghan Air Force watched the dangerous migration of migrants across the US-Mexico border, explored the reopening of Los Angeles after a turbulent year of COVID-19 Restrictions and much, much more. Below is a selection of photos published on by …

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We celebrate the fourth on the north coast | Local news

[ad_1] Some traditional Independence Day celebrations return this weekend, while many others are still on hold amid the COVID-19 pandemic. There won’t be any fireworks for the fourth at Marblehead, but the National Grand Bank is bringing back the traditional Horribles Parade on Sunday morning. The parade will get off …

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Forsyth County Land Rejuvenation Group has first meeting

[ad_1] “Essentially, land banks were created after states and local governments in the United States identified a problem,” said Molly Esswein of Forsyth District Attorney Ken Jarrard’s office, “and that there are these properties that end up tainted or not well maintained are behind with their taxes and have liens …

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Merrill celebrates 100 years of the City of Parks

[ad_1] TINA L. SCOTTEDITOR On June 16, 1921, the Merrill Daily Herald published an editorial entitled, “Merrill The City of Parks.” So it says in the introduction to a beautiful booklet created in 2019 for the Merrill Historical Society’s History Hunt. The brochure goes on to say:“The text [of the …

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Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah asks judges to dismiss the fraud case

[ad_1] Jen Shah, the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star who is accused of running a nationwide telemarketing fraud program, called on Monday for the government’s case to be dropped. Shah’s attorneys argued in court documents that an indictment against her and alleged co-conspirator Stuart Smith of conspiracy to …

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Horn Lake thanks longtime board members | news

[ad_1] Horn Lake said goodbye to a trio of senior councilors Tuesday, thanking them for their long service to the city. Alderman At-Large Donnie “Chigger” White, Ward 4 Alderman Charlie Roberts, and Ward 6 Alderman John Jones all attended their last board meeting reflecting on their time in the city …

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