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Tin Fish closes doors at Jennings Street location

When Tin Fish closes its Jennings Street doors Saturday night, they won’t reopen.   The restaurant spent its final day open on Saturday before it moves to a temporary location while a brand-new space is being built.   “A lot of people are understanding,” said owner Morgan Castillo.   For more than a decade, Tin Fish has operated in a tucked away space on Jennings Street.   “I usually get the same thing every time. I love the fish and chips,” said customer David Heal.   Over those years the restaurant has built up a loyal fan base, “We …
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Task force recommends curriculum for new Dare COA campus

Trade education would include HVAC, electrical, plumbing, mechanics, carpentry and welding. Early childhood education, aquaculture, health …
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CBRE Purchases FacilitySource from Warburg Pincus for $290M

NEW YORK CITY—By recently acquiring FacilitySource from private equity firm Warbus Pincus for $290 million, CBRE has upgraded its buildings management. The technology portal efficiently harnesses a supply chain of thousands of third-party service providers to fix problems and address requests at all office, industrial and retail buildings that CBRE manages. CBRE’s Global Workplace Solutions focuses on three corporate clients: Fortune 500 global companies, large governmental agencies and hospitals. They assist with transactions, buying and selling real estate; build and construct projects;…
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Ferguson avoids costly plumbing gut with grinder pump

When Ferguson encountered extensive plumbing-system backups at one of its branches, it decided to turn to one of the product lines it offers customers — Saniflo grinder pumps — as a practical and cost-effective solution. Ferguson’s Raleigh, North Carolina branch had been experiencing a gradual worsening of the backup problem. As a result, Branch Manager Nathan Smith called certified plumber Dale Nichols of PipeTechs Plumbing Technologies, which offers rapid-response plumbing service to Raleigh and the surrounding areas. Check out Supply House Times’s May 2018 issue, featuring…
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New York City Fixing Massive Plumbing Leak 55 Stories Underground

New York City is tackling a monumental plumbing leak 55 stories underground, beneath the Hudson River. The goal is to eliminate a leak in an aging tunnel that carries more than half of the Big Apple’s water supply over 85 miles from reservoirs in the Catskill Mountains. The city is using a massive borer to carve through solid rock and create a 2.5-mile bypass tunnel to get around the worst of the leaks. The $1 billion tunnel is expected to be completed in 2022, after which the entire Delaware Aqueduct will be closed down for several months in order to prepare for the diversion. If done …
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Statehouse Insider: Wait almost over for Janus decision

The wait for a decision in the Janus vs. AFSCME case is almost over. Three times last week, the United States Supreme Court released opinions in cases and Janus wasn’t in the mix. That will change this week. It’s the last week for the court to issue opinions on this year’s cases. Somewhat out of balance Democratic state Treasurer Michael Frerichs was asked last week what he thought of the bipartisan budget passed on time this year. He offered a fairly realistic assessment of a budget that could have its problems. “I would say that the budget as introduced here nee…
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 Posted on : June 25, 2018

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