News Blog, March 4: GV Families ‘Live in Fear’ for Loved Ones in Ukraine; the police are looking for a weapon in the lake

Kim D. Michell

Destruction: A man walks past the remains of Russian military vehicles in Bucha, near Kiev, Tuesday, March 1. AP Photo/Serhii […]

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Chicopee approves new contract and merit bonuses for firefighters

Kim D. Michell

CHICOPEE – Extensive contract talks between the city and firefighters have finally reached a conclusion, with Mayor John Vieau announcing […]

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Activist discovers controversial Kroger Project site was once Dallas’ first black high school

Kim D. Michell

It looks like a lot of nothing, this property at 3212 Cochran Street, where a highly controversial Kroger development will […]

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Newport Beach city manager’s contract extended for five years

Kim D. Michell

The Newport Beach City Council voted to extend current City Manager Grace Leung’s contract for another five years, a departure […]

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Dallas officials approve $6.5 million purchase of closed hospital site for homeless services

Kim D. Michell

Dallas purchases a closed Oak Cliff hospital with the intention of redeveloping it for housing and other services for homeless […]

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The contaminated soil of the former Vallco site suspends the redevelopment

Kim D. Michell

CUPERTINO — Before excavators officially begin construction on Vallco’s new downtown, owners will need to rid the 50-acre site of […]

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The Trash Contract That Led to the Chula Vista Trash Strike – Voice of San Diego

Kim D. Michell

Republic Services employees listen to a Chula Vista City Council meeting on Jan. 11, 2022, regarding contract negotiations with Republic […]

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Morning Report: The Trash Contract That Led to the Chula Vista Trash Strike

Kim D. Michell

Republic Services employees listen to a Chula Vista City Council meeting on Jan. 11, 2022, regarding contract negotiations with Republic […]

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Arbitrator rejects contract that would have required Methuen to pay some police captains $500,000 a year

Kim D. Michell

An arbitrator ruled Monday that Methuen city officials were not bound by a collective bargaining agreement that would have given […]

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Former site of the September School designated as a historic monument

Kim D. Michell

The former site of September School in Walnut and 19th Street in Boulder has been officially designated as a historic […]

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Iconic creations by Sheffield artist cover ‘ugly’ counterterrorism blocks and light up the city

Kim D. Michell

Alan Pennington was commissioned by Sheffield City Council last month to design covers for the 12 anti-terrorism concrete blocks dotted […]

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Atlantic City Council Awards $4.5M Phase 1 Road Diet Contract | Local News

Kim D. Michell

A grant-funded plan would reduce Atlantic Avenue from four motor vehicle lanes to two in much of the city. Edward […]

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Fort Wayne’s ‘Notice of Intent to Terminate’ contract at Red River outlines how company defaulted

Kim D. Michell

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – With Red River Waste Solutions – and the contracts it has with cities for garbage […]

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Saratoga Springs finds new waste hauler after Casella wants to renegotiate contract – The Daily Gazette

Kim D. Michell

SARATOGA SPRINGS — County Waste and Recycling Services will haul municipal solid waste from the city transfer station on behalf […]

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Tooele County Superfund site receives $12 million from Biden’s infrastructure bill

Kim D. Michell

The Stockton cleanup will get $12 million from Biden’s infrastructure bill to clear toxic soil from mining in the 1870s […]

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Images show engineers at the site of a burst water pipe in Glasgow’s Shawlands

Kim D. Michell

Our exclusive photos show engineers tackling a burst water pipe in Glasgow’s Shawlands this morning. Scottish water engineers were photographed […]

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The City suspends an $8.4 million contract for park maintenance

Kim D. Michell

Midland City Council said it had made mistakes in the past with funding earmarked for park maintenance and was not […]

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In-store changes for former Cary Mall site as Epic plans new headquarters :: WRAL.com

Kim D. Michell

By Matt Talhelm, WRAL Journalist Cary, North Carolina — The developer of the popular fortnite The video game has begun […]

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Veterans and local officials deploy ‘Flag One’ at proposed site of controversial veterans cemetery

Kim D. Michell

After about a decade of controversial debate and political inaction, Orange County officials and veterans appear to be moving forward […]

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Complaints of broken lampposts in Philly tripled due to botched city contract

Kim D. Michell

Denise Wilson doesn’t see a lot of crime in her neighborhood – but again, she can’t see much after dark. […]

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One year anniversary passes over Beaumont transit negotiations without a contract

Kim D. Michell

Beaumont transit workers, represented by the local transit union, have now officially passed the one-year mark without a ratified labor […]

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Niskayuna terminates land use contract with football club

Kim D. Michell

NISKAYUNA – The abrupt cancellation of a football club’s 2021 contract with the town of Niskayuna for the use of […]

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Safe Ground site moves to Sierra Health Foundation backyard

Kim D. Michell

The city hopes to make room for about 60 homeless seniors in the property behind the Sierra Health Foundation. SACRAMENTO, […]

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Huntington Beach City Council Approves Sale of Former Gisler School Site

Kim D. Michell

Huntington Beach City Council on Tuesday evening unanimously approved the sale of the site that once housed Gisler Middle School […]

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Edinburgh approves one-year contract with scooter company Lime

Kim D. Michell

After more than a year, electric scooters are making a comeback in the Rio Grande Valley. The City of Edinburgh […]

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Newport Beach approves $1.2 million contract for mobile mental health intervention services

Kim D. Michell

Newport Beach will soon have its own Mobile Mental Health Response Team with the approval of a $1.2 million contract […]

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With site approval from University of Colorado Boulder South, Boulder is ready to begin preliminary design and permitting work

Kim D. Michell

Now that the 308-acre CU South site is annexed to Boulder and the agreement has been signed by the University […]

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