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Crumbling Bridge in “Imminent Danger of Collapse”

EXETER – State officials told Newswatch 16 that the owner of a crumbling railroad bridge in Luzerne County has 10 days to decide if he will have the bridge fixed or dismantled. 291 more words

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Residents Call On DEP To Build Van Cortlandt Park Pedestrian Bridge

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Some residents in the Bronx are calling on the Department of Environmental Protection to hold up its end of the deal in bridging together Van Cortlandt Park, literally. 329 more words

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Boil Water Alert Lifted After North Huntingdon Water Main Break

NORTH HUNTINGDON (KDKA) — A boil water alert, prompted by a water main break earlier this week in North Huntingdon, has now been lifted.

According to the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County, bacteriological test samples have been completed and showed negative results of bacteria. 128 more words

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New Jersey Sets Up Website To Expose Illegal Park Dumpers

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Trash a New Jersey park, and your reputation may be trashed online.

As CBS 2’s Tony Aiello reported Friday, the State of New Jersey has launched a website… 390 more words

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Boil Water Alert In Effect After N. Huntingdon Break

WALL BOROUGH (KDKA) – A water conservation notice and boil water alert is in effect for customers in Wall Borough after a water main break yesterday. 310 more words

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Kathryn Garcia Tapped To Head Department Of Sanitation

NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill De Blasio has appointed Kathryn Garcia as the city’s next Sanitation Commissioner.

Garcia will be responsible for keeping the streets safe and clean, and running a more sustainable city, the Mayor’s office said on Saturday. 190 more words

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Foster & Adoptive Children Receive Free Park Passes

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami/AP) — Florida has many state parks and they are considered great places for families to be together and explore the outdoors.

More than 15,000 foster and adoptive children and their families are getting free passes to Florida’s state parks. 112 more words

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