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SPF & Safety

Spray foam insulation is a technical application that requires expensive equipment that should be managed by trained, experienced and skilled professionals. Employees of a spray foam company should complete applicable training before working with spray foam materials, processing equipment, or attempting spray foam application.  769 more words


Resources for addressing chronic absenteeism

Chronic absenteeism, defined as missing at least 10 percent of school days in a school year, is a national problem that has prompted a joint letter… 145 more words


School bus replacement and retrofit rebate program

The United States Environmental Protection Agency’s National Clean Diesel Campaign (NCDC) is now accepting applications for the 2015 School Bus Replacement and Retrofit Funding opportunity. This is a rebate program to replace and retrofit older school buses in both the public and private fleets. 105 more words


Local education agency indirect cost rate proposal webinar

The Maine DOE has contracted with MAXIMUS Consulting Services to provide indirect cost rate proposal (ICRP) services to the Department, the State’s local education agencies (LEAs) and other entities that receive federal funds through Maine DOE and are interested in learning more about the recovery of indirect costs from their federal funds. 286 more words


Taranto Air Attack (1940)

Further proof that the Axis Powers were prepared to widen the war even more came with the signing of the Tripartite Pact linking them with Japan in late September and reports of a meeting held between Hitler and the Spanish Caudillo Francisco Franco at Hendaye in the Pyrenees on 23 October. 1,161 more words


6 October 1915 - Contact Patrols prove deadly

Flight Sergeant William Burns died today in hospital.

Flight Sergeant Burns was injured on 28 September on the front line after being hit by shrapnel. He was part of an experiment to improve contact patrols by tracking the movement of the troops on the ground by air. 89 more words


The Soviet Drive to the Baltic - Preparations

It was inevitable that German attention would fall upon this small enclave of `oppressed’ Germans, and in 1939, Berlin demanded the return of Memelland to Germany in an ultimatum delivered verbally by Joachim von Ribbentrop on 20 March to the Lithuanian Foreign Minister, Juozas Urbsys, who was passing through Berlin on his way home from the coronation of Pope Pius XII. 2,249 more words