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Carson City Council hears frustrations from homeowner

CARSON CITY — A citizen shared her frustrations with the Carson City Council during Tuesday’s meeting, asking their assistance in receiving a zoning permit on property she owns. Lori Pearson explained the steps she has taken since November 2017 to tear down a house and put in a double-wide on property she owns at 121 West Pine St. Her family is currently living in the house and they wish to put the double-wide on the property and live in that while the house is being demolished. “I can’t get a zoning permit,” Pearson said. “The county says it will issue a permit to build if we can…
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9 Cool Projects You Can Make with Pipe and Fittings

That’s right: Plumbing has emerged from behind the walls to star in all kinds of practical, great-looking designs. Even if you don’t consider yourself …
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What to do when a kitchen sink starts moving around

A: It’s possible in a home that old that there could be very fragile galvanized plumbing with a lot of problems. The valves on some of those faucets may be all gummed up, and that might be easy to fix. However, you don’t want to work on them yourself. When you twist an old valve out of a galvanized fitting, you can crack off the threads on the pipes and even break pipes as well. Get after the landlord to pay for a plumber. Each year, thousands of Arizona residents email or call Rosie Romero’s radio show with questions about everything from preventing fires in their chimneys to getting r…
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Byron Museum of History seeking donations

BYRON — The Byron Museum of History is seeking donations to help finish work on the inside of the Byron Theater. Renovations to the 1948 interior will include all new plumbing, HVAC, electrical, lighting, and restrooms. Donors of $500 or more will receive permanent recognition on the museum’s new Founders wall. Exhibit sponsorships and naming opportunities are also available. Donations to the Byron Museum are tax deductible. Volunteers are also welcome to help work on the theater. For information: 815-234-5031; info@byronmuseum.org….
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Here’s what you need to know about Legionnaires’ Disease – Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL

There are now at least four confirmed cases of Legionnaires’ Disease on Oahu, according to an announcement by state health officials on Tuesday.  HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — Legionnaires’ Disease is a potentially deadly form of pneumonia that is spread through water vapor or mist. Most recently, four patients were treated for Legionnaires’ at Queens Medical Center in Honolulu, and authorities are trying to determine if two of those who fell ill contracted the disease at the hospital.  One of the patients who got sick in the community and was treated at the…
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Sports briefs for Sunday, June 23

Kokomo Grain and Quality Plumbing and Heating will square off tonight for the championship of the David A. Kasey Memorial Tournament at after winning semifinal matchups on Friday. Kokomo Grain of Northwestern won the opening semifinal, edging Thrifty Brake 2-1 in seven innings at Russiaville. Southside’s Quality Heating and Plumbing then beat Martin Brothers 7-3 in the second semifinal at Southside. The major league championship is at 7 p.m. tonight at Eastside. OMAHA, Neb. — The Kokomo CFD Saints won a pair of one-run games in comeback fashion Friday in action at the Battle of Omaha Tour…
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 Posted on : June 23, 2018

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