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Public Safety Committee invites public comment on Short Term Rentals ordinance

Special hearing set for Wednesday August 5th

Louisville – The Metro Council’s Public Safety Committee will invite public comment on the proposed short term rentals ordinance at its meeting on Wednesday, August 5th at 3:30pm. 182 more words

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What I Think About The Upcoming 2015 Alabama Special Session

Governor Robert Bentley, what were you thinking when you thought calling a surprise special session and surprising all the legislators was a good idea? I mean, everyone thought a special session in mid-August was the plan. 1,564 more words


Councilman Bill Hollander Praises Marriage Equality Ruling And Calls for Statewide Fairness Law

Four District 9 citizens were plaintiffs in the cases that led to today’s Supreme Court decision that all states must issue licenses for and recognize marriages between same-sex couples.    153 more words

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Proposed 1-cent tax could save MoDOT - Funding shortfall stops any road, bridge improvements

Community Free Press (Springfield, MO) – Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Author: Dillan Conn

A joint resolution to raise the Missouri sales tax by 1 cent for a period of 10 years is being debated as a way to curtail drastic revenue losses for the Missouri Department of Transportation. 660 more words

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The Alabama Legislature And Del Marsh Apparently Does Not Care About Mental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States, and with the way things are going, the state of Alabama is going to celebrate by cutting mental health funding even more, and pretty much screwing all who needs mental health help, or has an intellectual disability.  1,383 more words

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PVA Extends Property Appeal Deadline

The Jefferson County PVA office is extending the property reassessment appeal deadline to May 29th at 4:00 p.m. This gives property owners an additional 8 days to file a property appeal.  219 more words

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