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South Zanesville pool levy to appear on November ballot

The South Zanesville Village Council is taking action to either repair or close the village pool. The council voted and approved an ordinance to put a levy on the November ballot to give citizens the opportunity to vote on an additional tax to keep the pool up and running. There is a leak in the concrete underneath the pool rendering it unusable. It needs new plumbing and a new filter system. The concrete will have to be dug up in order to fix the leak. “We’re either going to redo the plumbing and the filter system and make it good for longevity or we’re going to fill it in.” South Z…
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PT. IAPMO Group Indonesia, APPIN Promote Good Sanitation and Plumbing Systems

Jakarta, Indonesia — PT. IAPMO Group Indonesia, in partnership with Indonesian plumbing association APPIN, today held an event to increase awareness of the importance of good sanitation and plumbing systems, especially for buildings with large capacities that are used by the general public such as hotels, malls, airports and restaurants. IAPMO also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing for the inspection of the health aspects of buildings and residential housing in relation to the issuance of building occupancy permits. Additionally,…
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How BION Meets the Labor Shortage in Skilled Trades

Prince William Living, the award winning lifestyle magazine of Prince William and Greater Manassas, is the only locally owned and operated magazine that covers our community exclusively. Each month, Prince William Living is mailed directly to over 10,000 decision makers, including 6,000 businesses throughout Prince William and Greater Manassas, as well as households earning more than $150,000 annually. Another  2,000 copies are distributed free of charge at over 100 high-traffic locations throughout Prince William and Greater Manassas. Our web site and social media outlets, includi…
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State releases $9.2M for Rock Valley College classroom improvements

ROCKFORD — Better late than never for Rock Valley College. The Illinois Comptroller’s Office confirms it has released a $9.2 million reimbursement for renovations to Rock Valley’s Classroom Building 1 — a project that was halted in 2015 due to an Illinois budget stalemate. The community college spent its own cash to resume work on the building the following year. The state grant reimburses the college for the cost of the completed work. “Obviously, we’re pretty excited about it,” Rock Valley Trustee Patrick Murphy said. “We’ve waited a lo…
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Jobless rate steady in Southwest Florida

Unemployment held steady in Southwest Florida in May, the most recent month measured, as employers added 8,000 non-agricultural jobs to payrolls. The jobless rate in the Sarasota-Manatee region stood at 3.1 percent, unchanged from April and down from 3.8 percent a year earlier, according to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. Unemployment held at 3.7 percent in Charlotte County over the month, and was down from 4.6 percent in 2017. Sarasota-Manatee posted the fastest job growth rate among all Florida metros in the trade-transportation-utilities sector by increasing 3.7 percent, or…
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Impact Virginia

A big “thank you” is in order to visiting youth church groups, who are helping area residents this summer with home repair projects. The youth are working with individuals who are on fixed incomes or are disabled. They are assisting with projects ranging from roof repairs and wheel chair ramps to windows and plumbing. One of the larger church youth groups is part of a program called Impact Virginia. Sponsored by the Baptist General Association of Virginia, the Impact Virginia program is a one-week mission opportunity for youth that focuses on home repair for low-income families and sp…
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 Posted on : July 7, 2018

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