Monthly Archives: June 2021

Highway 20 pavement ‘bleeds through’ due to extreme heat, WSDOT says

June 30, 2021 1:01 PM Connor Sarles Posted: June 30, 2021 1:01 PM WSDOT FERRY CO., Washington – This week’s heat wave bleed the pavement of Highway 20 near Sherman Pass, officials said. The excessive heat wreaks havoc on the region’s roads, causing them to split, warp and break. The …

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Critical Approach to Business in Southern Africa

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) held its Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government at the end of June in Maputo, Mozambique. The summit was primarily called upon to review the progress made in the implementation of the theme of the 40th SADC Summit; SADC: 40 Years to …

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Regulation banning caravans along coastal road hits brick wall

The government is blocking a new regulation drafted by the local Naxxar council to prevent caravans and motorhomes from permanently parking along the coast. Mayor Anne Marie Muscat Fenech Adami said Malta timetables the council prepared the regulations but the local government ministry, headed by José Herrera, was delaying the …

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City Center Lofts ‘A Diamond in the Rough’ Project Now a Shining Catalyst in Downtown Benton Harbor

There was a lot of excitement at the crossroads of the Benton Harbor CBD tonight, but the most effervescent personality on the scene was Benton Harbor City Commissioner Mary Alice Adams, who ceremoniously cut the ribbon from the incredible restoration of what is now known as the downtown loft building. …

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Latest Update 2021: Global Cement, Fly Ash, Slag and Crushed Stone Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis | Main growing companies

Global cement, fly ash, slag and crushed stone market accelerated growth rate amid COVID-19 analysis The report on “Cement, Fly Ash, Slag and Crushed Stone Market Published By Market Research Store Overview By Key Manufacturers, Trends, Industry Growth, Size, Analysis And Forecast Till 2029”, the report contains over 150 PDF …

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The Medina Council explores a pavement program

MEDINA – At Monday’s finance meeting, City Engineer Patrick Patton discussed a resolution outlining an expense for a pavement management program within the city. The pavement management program would be executed by the Pavement Management Group. “This is a program to evaluate prices and prioritize the streets of the city. …

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A day in the life of a drag queen with Astala Vista from NJ

Happy Pride Month! In honor of Pride Month, we chatted with Astala Vista, a New Jersey Drag Queen on PopCrush on 94.5 PST! Astala Vista is known for her love of cats, which can be seen in her cat-themed costumes, makeup, as well as two cat-themed songs on iTunes, which …

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Two people arrested on suspicion of impaired driving after crashes in Napa County | Crime and courts

Two separate collisions in Napa County on Saturday resulted in arrests on suspicion of impaired driving, the California Highway Patrol reported. At around 7 a.m., 18-year-old Brayan Roger Sanchez of Fairfield was driving a 2009 Chevrolet south on the Silverado Trail north of Yountville Cross Road when his vehicle rolled …

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Access road to Angus Drive to continue, clearing the way at the 3rd roundabout in East Royalty

Charlottetown City Council backed down on Monday night and voted 6 to 3 in favor of a proposal to build a new access road on Angus Drive from St. Peters Road. This will pave the way for a third roundabout in the East Royalty district. The issue has divided both …

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“Dismantling of a free society”: human rights NGO denounces Hong Kong security law as “erasing” fundamental freedoms

Human Rights Watch accused Beijing of “beheading” Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, after the NGO released a lengthy report on the city a year after the national security law came into effect. In a report titled “Dismantling a Free Society” released last Thursday, the human rights watchdog said basic rights and …

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