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Monroe City Council approves ALCC funding

The one-year agreement with Arthur Lesow Community Center details how some of the expenses will be shared. Monroe City Council has approved the lease and funding agreements with the Arthur Lesow Community Center. The agreements were approved unanimously Monday as part of the council’s regular meeting. The funding agreement is the first of its kind made with the ALCC, 120 Eastchester St. It details the purpose of the facility, similar to the lease agreement, which expands beyond youth services. It is a one-year agreement. The funding agreement states the city will pay the first $16,000 i…
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Spending measures aim to help military veterans find jobs

Of all the requests that Assemblyman Michael DenDekker receives from veterans, the most common one is support for job seekers. “They want a job to use all the training that they had in the military,” said DenDekker, the Veterans’ Affairs Committee chairman. The 2018-19 state and New York City budgets reflected this demand. The state budget includes funds for legal, career and psychological counseling for veterans. While the largest amount of human services funding went to a legal services program, it is DenDekker’s belief that expanding funding for peer-to-peer counseling and career s…
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Sylva’s mural project completed

Artist Aaron Harris of Brevard has completed the newest addition to Sylva’s streetscape, the mural on the side of the Ward Plumbing and Heating building. Harris overcame a tumble that led to a hairline fracture in his right arm, rainy weather and equipment problems to complete the retro-postcard mural in about 10 weeks. The Liston B. Ramsey Regional Activity Center at Western Carolina University is set to receive its first significant exterior renovations sinc… Western Carolina redshirt senior punter Ian Berryman has been tabbed a first team preseason All-America by Athlon Sports and…
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Chamber dinner, movie series kicks off July 10

DOVER — The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce’s Dinner And A Movie series will kick off its third year on Tuesday, July 10 at 7 p.m. with Top Gun, sponsored by Re/Max On The Move, in the Cocheco Mill Courtyard in downtown Dover. The Dinner & a Movie Series is a program of the Cochecho Arts Festival. Produced by Malloy Events and underwritten by Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank, the Dinner And A Movie Series features fine dining and cocktails outdoors provided by local restaurants, in one of Dover’s most beautiful and picturesque areas, the Cocheco Mill Courtyard. …
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Thorsby receives ‘clean’ financial report

Plumbing and wiring have been connected in the town’s storm shelter. Mayor Robert Hight ended the meeting by calling an executive session to …
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America’s fighting tradesmen – the Seabees

In the days leading up to America’s entry into the Second World War, the U.S. Navy began constructing a series of forward bases across the Pacific. These bases — and the ones that would follow them as the war progressed — would become the logistical backbone of the effort, moving men and material into the fight. The actual outbreak of war, however, caused the Navy to rethink how it was supplying the skilled tradesmen doing that construction. Up until the bombing of Pearl Harbor, most of the work was done by civilian contractors. But under international law, civilians taking up arms to resis…
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 Posted on : July 4, 2018

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