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Comptroller Projects $300,000 Surplus

(CBS Connecticut) — State Comptroller Kevin Lembo is projecting a $300,000 surplus for the state for Fiscal Year 2015.   It’s the first projection for the new fiscal year from the comptroller’s office. 130 more words


Good Outdoor / Camping Equipment

Been amping up my Prepper activities and boy have things changed. I have not really bought any outdoor equipment since the early to mid eighties. Back then you could buy the best equipment the old fashioned way… go to a store that sells that type of stuff and pay them money. 338 more words

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Davis City Council Tells Police To Tank Bulletproof Vehicle

DAVIS (CBS SF) — The Davis City Council has told the Davis Police Department to return its armored vehicle to the military within 60 days and to consider other alternatives for protection on four wheels. 163 more words


WOW! RM8.5mil Agihan SURPLUS dari AIA PUBLIC Takaful


Tahniah dan syabas kepada AIA PUBLIC Takaful di atas Pengisytiharan Agihan Surplus sebanyak RM8.5mil untuk tahun berakhir 30 November 2013.

Agihan Surplus atau Surplus Distribution adalah lebihan dari Tabung Risiko Peserta (Participant’s Risk Fund) atau dikenali juga sebagai Tabung Tabarru’ yang dikongsi secara nisbah 50:50 di antara Peserta Takaful dan Syarikat Operator Takaful. 25 more words

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Farmers in debt and despair as dairy market collapses

Supermarket wars and Russia’s ban on EU produce have seen tumbling milk prices and stockpiled cheese supplies.

Courtesy of Rachel Pells @ The Independent:

British dairy farmers are threatening to take matters into their own hands as fears grow that volatile markets for their milk, butter and cheese products could jeopardise their livelihoods. 615 more words


Law enforcement officials talk about military weaponry

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) — The situation in Ferguson, Missouri has some federal officials questioning whether the U.S. government should continue giving surplus military items to local law enforcement agencies. 166 more words