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New York attorney general’s cartel bust is just the beginning

Earlier this year, the New York attorney general’s office brought two separate criminal actions against local firms and associated individuals for antitrust violations, signaling an increased focus on state antitrust enforcement against collusion in industries directly affecting New York consumers. In April the attorney general announced that two Broome County waste-management companies had agreed to plead guilty to colluding to rig bids and fix prices. According to the attorney general, the owners and employees of Bert Adams Disposal and Taylor Garbage Services conspired to rig bids, divide …
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Minot is headed toward change

Now that the election is over, I want to take this opportunity to thank everybody that voted for me. I am very humbled and grateful for all that supported me. Tim and Shaun were very gracious and kind to me through this whole process. Now that being said, I want the citizens of Minot to know something. When a person runs for public office you sure learn a lot. I always say it’s who you know and who you do other things with. In the next few years the city of Minot is going to see a lot of changes that you WILL NOT like. I can almost guarantee that the parking downtown will stop, the aldermen and the mayor will either put parking meters in or do away with downtown parking all together. The reason? They want us all to use that worthless parking ramp downtown. It’s leaking and cracking. We have to maintain that and our children’s children has to maintain that colossal waste of space. Our taxes WILL be going up. At least 2%. Just watch, they can say no now, but within 2 years they will be up, up, up. Another thing the citizens should be aware of is there are too many inspectors getting paid for the city. WE DO NOT need 6 electrical inspectors and 6 plumbing inspectors. I have the budget in my car if anybody wants to see it. Each one of them gets paid to drive around and “INSPECT.” We aren’t building that much anymore, we don’t need all these people on the payroll. That would save money right there. The citizens complained all the time to me when I was running for office. How the city employees just sit around a hole and 5 guys are talking on their phones and one in the hole. There are so many things wrong with this city. It’s just not Minot, don’t get me wrong, it’s in every city in America. One person can’t fix everything. We need to speak up, we need to get involved and we need to make a difference. If things are changing in the city of Minot, the people that didn’t vote shouldn’t complain. We had a better turnout this time for all the people that ran, but out of 23,000 people eligible to vote, around 16% turned out to vote. How sad. While attending a Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank) hosted conference focusing on the confluence of international … Article V of the U.S. Constitution says if 2/3 (34) of the states pass resolutions asking Congress to call a … The Republican Party is disappearing…. Republican candidates are no longer acting like members of the Grand Old … Rod Kremer Daryn Hoover Burlington Our city election is right around the corner. On the ballot, two council … Steve Becher Horace I recently read that the Bank of ND had its 14th straight year of record profits in 2017 … Larry Bellew Minot The June 12, 2018 election is fast approaching. I want to thank the Minot Daily News and … Copyright © Minot Daily News | http://www.minotdailynews.com | 301 4th St SE, Minot, ND 58703 | 701-857-1900 | Ogden Newspapers | The Nutting Company
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California Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Urges a Diagnosed Plumber or Skilled Trades …

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, June 18, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The California Mesothelioma Victims Center is strongly encouraging a plumber, welder, electrician or construction trades workers with mesothelioma in California to call them at 800-714-0303 to ensure they are talking directly to some of the nation’s leading mesothelioma attorneys. As the group would like to explain anytime skill, and experience should be at the top of their list when it comes to a hiring a lawyer to help with a mesothelioma compensation claim. http://California.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com According to the gro…
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5 Trades That Pay as Well as College Degrees

With rising costs of tuition and student loan debt, many people are considering a career in the trades. Many trade careers are in high demand and offer excellent job security. The threat of automation isn’t as a rampant in the trades as it is in the services and retail industries. If you’re interested in a career in the trades but still want to earn a great living, here are five trades that pay just as well as college degrees. Power utility technicians may work as: Linesman earn, on average, $69,930 per year, or about $30 per hour. But some positions pay even more. Power plant operators, for …
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From Bedroom to Bathroom: Everything You Need to Know About Transforming a Room

This is the time to do repairs to ensure a trouble-free bathroom for years to come. Don’t scrimp; it’s more important to spend the money to fix plumbing, electrical and structural issues now than to worry about the aesthetics of the room. You have a spare bedroom that gets little use, so you’re thinking of converting it into an extra bathroom that would be beneficial in your home. Is it as simple as it sounds? You might have some doubts, but yes, it is possible! Here’s the step-by-step process and all you need to know about it before taking the plunge into this bedroom-to-bathroom rem…
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Area youth baseball

EAST END YOUTH LEAGUE MAJOR LEAGUE W-L Dean Patterson 19-0 Burgmeiers Hauling 12-6 Greenwood Meadows 12-7 Kabello Contracting 11-7 Penn Med 10-8 Cumming Motors 5-12 Caporuscios Plumbing 4-15 Sheetz 0-18 RESULTS Cumming Motors 4, Penn Med 3: Multiple hits–Losjhl 2, (CM), WP–Dennis, LP–Co. Sanders, SO–Dennis 8, (CM), Ca. Sanders 3, Co. Sanders 5, (PM). Dean Patterson 15, Sheetz 0: HR–Michaels 1, McGraw 1, (DP), WP–Young, LP–Lee, SO–Young 3, (DP), Lee 3, (SH). Penn Med 18, Caporuscios Plumbing 12: HR–Co. Sanders 2, (PM): Multiple hits–C…
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