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Plumbing Fixtures and Fittings Market 2018-2022: Key Things to Know (Vendors, Regions …

Plumbing Fixtures and Fittings Market 2018-2022: Key Things to Know (Vendors, Regions … Plumbing Fixtures and Fittings market focuses on the possibility of new investment projects, and complete study conclusions are presented. Plumbing Fixtures and Fittings market report offers key figures on the state of the industry and is a respected source of guidance and […]

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Sound Off: What are the most common maintenance pitfalls when selling or buying a home?

Sound Off: What are the most common maintenance pitfalls when selling or buying a home? A: The market’s listings look great with the newly installed flooring, fresh paint and brand-new kitchen countertops. Staging furniture makes it look fantastic, but what’s really going on underneath it all? Some of the common maintenance issues that get overlooked […]

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Brown's Ford looking to create an addition

Brown’s Ford looking to create an addition Today’s breaking news and more in your inbox Engineer Joseph Bianchine of ABD Engineers LLP addresses a proposed Brown’s Ford project at the Johnstown City Planning Board meeting Tuesday at City Hall. (The Leader-Herald/Michael Anich) JOHNSTOWN — The city Planning Board reviewed a site plan for a proposed […]

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Plumbing Fixtures Market 2018: Business Opportunities, Current Trends, Market Challenges …

Plumbing Fixtures Market 2018: Business Opportunities, Current Trends, Market Challenges … Global Plumbing Fixtures Market Report gives vital information related to the overall market and price forecast over a five-year period, from 2018 to 2023. In this bit, the specialists have offered fundamental figures which relates to the production and consumption forecast for the major […]

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Commission Hears About Home Rehab Program

Commission Hears About Home Rehab Program There’s plenty going on lately at the Benton Harbor Community and Economic Development Department. This week, city commissioners learned more about the HUD-funded home rehabilitation program, now back in action. Community Development Director Stephanie Scott-Sims told them it pays for home repairs for low and moderate income property owners. […]

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Don't let kids' future drip away

Don’t let kids’ future drip away It isn’t a failing that the Detroit Public Schools Community District opened this week with all its water fountains turned off. It was the right, reasonable and responsible thing to do. Like school districts everywhere, Detroit’s buildings are aging. Unlike some districts, Detroit checked every tap and every drinking […]

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