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Parks Commission Chairman Adams Resigns / iBerkshires.com

By Brian RhodesiBerkshires Staff4:05 a.m. / Thursday, January 13, 2022 ADAMS, Mass. – As COVID-19 cases spike across the county after the holidays, the Board of Health continues to consider the possibility of a mask mandate and other potential restrictions. Between Jan. 1 and Jan. 7, Adams recorded 97 new …

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Allegany Magazine January 2022: When Cumberland Fire Was A Little More Canadian – A Brief History of the City’s Oldest Fire Station | Magazine Alléganie

When Cumberland Fire was a little more Canadian A brief history of the city’s oldest fire station Cumberland’s first fire company was established in 1830 and was named Cumberland Fire Engine Company, but was renamed in 1833 Canada Hose Company – CHC. That year, the infamous fire of 1833 broke …

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Planning applications submitted to South Lakes District Council

Diversion of existing overhead line, land west of Walton Hall, Cartmel. For David B Moore. Home improvements and general alterations including windows, glass balconies and decks, 4 Oakroyd Close, Arnside. For Sharon Byrne. Demolition of existing garage and utilities and erection of two story side extension and internal modifications, 10 …

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Let It Go: A Bentley-Themed Winter Road Trip

Imperfections are mended by hand before the fabric is sent for finishing, with each tweed featuring an orchestration that turns the head of variables: natural, artistic, scientific and geometric. Think about it if you are lucky enough to choose from Mulliner’s selection of tweeds. We descend south down the scenic …

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Laois buildings saved from neglect

Farm buildings, located in Srahan, Camross, Co. Laois, which had slowly to rapidly deteriorated over the past 30 years, were saved from abandonment under the Traditional Farm Building Grant program GLAS. “Both buildings are made of stone. One was originally a stable and an attic and the other has been …

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Relocation: Couple have plans for an old church, but they must negotiate the Devil’s Staircase first

NOTICE: We have already encountered the Devil’s Staircase on Moving house – this winding and narrow road on the shore of Lake Wakatipu. The house move in this episode didn’t go very well, thanks to a rogue driver. But here we are again in the final episode of the series, …

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“Santa Claus was taken by helicopter to old Oakville”, Christmas memories from Clonmel

This week is all about sharing Christmas memories, writes Billy O’Riordan. So, without further ado, it’s up to you friends. I would like to start our journey down memory lane with Thomas Ryan. Thomas Ryan (community activist) Thomas shares a vivid memory of going to see Santa Claus turn on …

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Arbitrating the challenges of contract formation: putting the cart before the horse?

Because arbitration is “a creation of the contract,” the preliminary question to be decided on a request for binding arbitration is whether the parties have agreed to arbitrate. New York law is clear that this issue — arbitrability — is typically a question for a court decision. It is also …

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Mildura House looks like Ettamogah pub and attracts tourist buses

A regional Victorian house for sale looks so much like a tourist destination that it even got a bus full of internationals. A Mildura house so unique that it draws tourist buses is being compared to the Ettamogah pub after it went on sale for $ 1.39-1.52 million last week. …

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