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Mr. Rooter Announces More Plumbers in Tallahassee FL

Tallahassee, Florida- Mr. Rooter of Tallahassee, Florida, based in Tallahassee, FL, is the latest plumbing franchise to open. With the goal of becoming one of the best plumbers in Tallahassee, FL has to offer, the company is ready to deliver residential, commercial, and emergency plumbing services. They are very excited to have joined the franchise. Holly Tillman from Mr. Rooter of Tallahassee Florida says: “Mr. Rooter stands for professionalism, quality, and customer service. To be able to join the family, you have to meet a number of very stringent requirements, such as training and insuran…
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Indian Land could get a new industrial site. See why county staff won’t recommend it.

An Indian Land business owner wants to add more light industrial space, though the plan is getting a cool reception thus far. Zimmer Ventures owns a business park at 429 Marvin Road. Several businesses work out of nine buildings, totaling 90,000 square feet. The site is intended for light industrial, though some areas have office space. Services there include electrical, plumbing, framing and related work. Owners now want to rezone more than 16 acres to a more intensive business zoning. The move would allow for three more metal buildings to be constructed. The change would make the existing b…
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Positive Parenting: Protecting kids from lead poisoning

WINTER PARK, Fla. – You can find it in the air, in the soil, and even in your drinking water. Lead is a toxic element that is harmful to children. Great strides have been made over the past several decades with government regulations to reduce lead exposure, but it still can be found in older homes. Studies have found that lead-poisoned children are more likely to drop out of school, get into trouble with the law and earn less throughout their lifetime.  A new study reports that preventing lead exposure can bring in billions of dollars of future benefits in earnings and healthcare and so…
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HUD gives tribe $600000 for housing

HOGANSBURG — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded $600,000 to the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe at Akwesasne to improve housing conditions and stimulate local economic development. The tribe will rehabilitate 95 homes to improve their safety and functionality with handicap accessibility, roofing, HVAC and plumbing and electrical upgrades with energy-efficient products. The program will assist low-income families, addressing needs identified through extensive study and outreach. The rehabilitation is meant to produce safe and healthy housing, with an estimated reduction in a…
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 Posted on : September 15, 2017
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