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Columbus Government Center floods again causing damage to the building

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – The Columbus Government Center flooded again on Monday This morning facilities maintenance staff was scheduled to do plumbing work in the Government Center. According to John Hudginson, director of inspections and codes, he says it began Saturday.  A water main malfunction causing a toilet to overrun during plumbing work. This resulted in the water having to be turned off to the building and pipes drained. Once repairs were completed the water was turned back on and the leak was repaired.  While doing this the Deputy Sheriff reported a…
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Seattle ‘Apodments’ find solution in PEX piping

Installers find design and installation benefits from PEX plumbing system for micro apartments project The Interurban Lofts in Shoreline, Wash., just outside of Seattle, are part of a new housing trend for millennials looking for a hybrid approach to home life. These “apodments,” as they’re called, feature a unique setup of eight studio units per “pod” with a full bathroom in each unit and a shared kitchen. Each unit is partially furnished with a bed, microwave and mini-fridge. The community atmosphere targets university students, recent graduates, young professionals and even seni…
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Elizabethton manufacturer breaks ground on expansion

ELIZABETHTON — A.Y. McDonald Manufacturing Co., a leading producer of water works, plumbing, pumps and natural gas products, broke ground Monday on an $8 million expansion that will double the size of its Elizabethton operation and create 36 new jobs. The Dubuque, Iowa-based company began operating in Elizabethton 19 years ago and employs 144 full-time workers in a 99,000-square-foot facility. Company officials said the pending expansion, the third at the site, is necessary to accommodate growing production levels. During the Groundbreaking Ceremony on Monday, Rob McDonald, President an…
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AJ Perri: Any Drain, Any Time – 1st Drain Only $99, $49 for 2nd Drain

A.J. Perri is offering a deal for “any drain, any time.” The first drain is only $99, and additional drains are half price — just $49. At A.J. Perri Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Schedule Repairs or Service Online and Save 10%. LIVINGSTON, NJ – Two wellness amenities, including 70fit and Junction Bodyworks personal training studio, celebrated their grand openings at 70 South Orange Avenue this week, giving the tenants and employees of the Eastman Companies-owned complex as well as the public the opportunity to keep their health and fitness goals on track. LIVINGSTON, NJ — In case you missed it, take a look at how the Township of Livingston closed out the month of June in 2016 by clicking on the headlines below: LIVINGSTON, NJ — Alarmed by the rising numbers of Livingston students being waitlisted for Advanced Proficiency (AP) classes in subjects such as economics, psychology, physics, environmental science, chemistry and politics, Livingston Board of Education (LBOE) members discussed on Monday whether a solution could be found to remedy this. LIVINGSTON, NJ – At a brief Livingston Board of Education (LBOE) meeting this week, the administration fielded questions on steps the district takes to ensure careful planning in the areas of teaching turnover and soft bordering. Referencing a recent LBOE meeting in which nearly a dozen parents showed up to ask the administration to reconsider its decision to exit a well-respected … NEWARK, NJ — Lavelle Davis, 38, of Galloway and Jimmy Mays, 35, of Egg Harbor Township, were sentenced to more than 100 years in New Jersey State Prison for murdering three people in Maplewood in 2017, according to Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert Laurino. Laurino announced on Wednesday that Mays was sentenced to 153 years and Davis to 138 years for killing and torturing … LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston High School (LHS) English Department wrapped up the school year with visits from two memorable alumni: writers Amy Meng and Lucy Tan. Teachers Jamie Mirsky, Susan Rothbard, and Freddie Glucksman, hosted the writers, who each read to students and fielded their questions. LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston will join thousands of other communities across the country in celebrating National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 5:30 p.m. at the Memorial Oval. This will be Livingston’s 10th summer participating in the annual community-building campaign, which promotes police-community partnerships to make local neighborhoods a safer, better place to … July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30, August 6, August 13, August 20, August 27 Fitness Fun (through Sports, Play and Games) Field Trips (may cost extra) Life Lessons Reading Time Martial Arts A … ESSEX COUNTY AREA, NJ – The public is invited to attend the 2018 Essex County Free SummerMusic Concert Series, a free series that brings a diverse group of musicians and entertainers to perform at locations throughout the historic Essex County Park System and provides residents with an evening leisure activity to enjoy the parks. My son and daughter threw their caps high into the air and cheered their liberation from one symbolic institution before contemplating their matriculation into other, much larger institutions significantly further away.   Salt, or sodium chloride, is essential to human life – but it’s not ideal for your air conditioner. When we eat salt, we get thirsty. Salt in the air contributes to the corrosion of machinery for doing the same thing – attracting moisture. This salt and moisture combination can lead to rapid corrosion and deterioration of metals like aluminum and steel.  About Us | Contact Us | Careers | TAP in the News | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Franchise TAPinto
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Pharr Family Without Water for 3 Days Due to Leak

PHARR – A leak at an apartment in Pharr caused a family to be without water for three days. The landlord said a plumber would be hired to fix the issue, but the family says no one has come by. The man tried to turn the water on himself but noticed an unauthorized lock on the city meter. He immediately contacted the city of Pharr. KRGV’s John Paul Barajas has more. Watch the video above for the full story. The landlord said a plumber would be hired to fix the issue, but the family says no one went by. He says he’s dealt with flooding at his property during storms for as long …
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Howell residents fed up with blight, hoarding in neighborhood

HOWELL, Mich. (WXYZ) – Some say a bad neighbor made their block a haven for blight, hoarding and horror. Action News, spent some time with some folks in Howell who are fed up and fuming.  We’re told a house has been wreaking havoc on one Howell block for years. The city has finally condemned it and is supposed to demolish it and residents couldn’t be happier. They say it’s a dangerous eyesore that could still be a health hazard today. We’re told the homeowner, who is no longer allowed inside the dwelling, did some things with the plum…
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