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Reevely: Where were these thoughtful Tories during the last election campaign?

This is quite a good speech from Ernie Hardeman, the Ontario Progressive Conservatives’ critic for municipal affairs, to the annual meeting of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario in London.  417 more words

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Illegal and Unlawful Actions and Practices by the City of Creve Coeur

City: Saint Louis
State: Missouri
MunicipalityCreve Coeur

by Kathleen H. Christ

On October 1, 2013, I began my journey to replace and rebuild the deck that circles around nearly a third of my home. 2,342 more words

Creve Coeur

Economic Outlook: Rethinking Public Pension Negotiation

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Bryan Jeffries, the chief of Arizona’s firefighters’ association, has been arguing to anyone who will listen that his members — and the state’s police officers, too — should volunteer to cut their own pension benefits. 953 more words

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Baltimore Tightens Curfew Amid Skepticism and Protests

A Baltimore measure tightening its curfew policy to make it among the most stringent in the United States went into effect Friday amid protests and uproar. 647 more words

Removal

 A municipal truck removing a blown over tree.

Nice to know we still have service delivery in Cape Town.  Enjoy a super evening.

New Jersey Creates Energy Resilience Bank to Develop and Harden Energy Assets of Critical Facilities | Cozen O'Connor - JDSupra

http://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/new-jersey-creates-energy-resilience-ban-93071/

One of the most important and sobering lessons learned in the wake of Superstorm Sandy was how susceptible New Jersey’s critical facilities, such as water and wastewater treatment centers, transportation centers, emergency shelters, and health care facilities are to major storm events and resulting energy disruptions. 39 more words

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Saskatchewan municipalities to benefit from record revenue sharing

SASKATOON – Municipalities across the province will receive $8.3 million more in revenue sharing next year, according to the Saskatchewan government.

The province said that the additional funds came from an increase in revenue from Saskatchewan’s Provincial Sales Tax. 100 more words

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