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The Day – Municipal Meetings

East of Lyme Remote access details available at eltownhall.com. Tuesday — Planning Commission, 7 p.m., remote access; Water and Sewer Commission, 7 p.m., City Hall. Wednesday – Brookside Farm Museum Commission, 7 p.m., Senior Center. Thursday — Special meeting of the Police Commission, 6 p.m., Town Hall. Town of Groton …

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What if your neighbors were considered an “extended family”? New multi-housing development aims to make it a reality in Houston’s East End

A long-awaited cohousing development is finally coming to fruition as a group of Houstonians break ground in what is described as the first cohousing development in Texas. CoHousing Houston begins construction Friday on a 33-unit residential community on a 1.5-acre property at 114 Delmar in the East End. Residents are …

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A luxury apartment complex in Gurugram that honors sustainability

The DLF Golf Links are not only the artery of Gurugram but also reflect the aspirations of an ambitious India. Located in the heart of it all, the first impression of The Camellias is not just its expanse, but a pioneering vision of a sustainable, self-sufficient community. The clubhouse project …

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It’s a good morning to be at Westchase

At ABC Action News, we know that it’s the combination of all communities that makes Tampa Bay great. That’s why we’ve launched a new series of stories highlighting the good things happening around town, uncovering cool gems you might not know about, and discovering big news events impacting on these …

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KeHE unveils a new promotion of CAREtrade 2022 partners

KeHE Distributors SARL, has selected 10 food companies that manufacture the world a better place because its CAREtrade partners for 2022. The CAREtrade initiative recognizes and supports mission-driven brands and products that advance higher purpose and give back to communities around the world. Through the program, KeHE works hand-in-hand with …

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District 34 Council Member Jennifer Gutiérrez wants your advice on how to spend a $ 1million budget: Bushwick Daily

Jennifer Gutiérrez, the new representative for District 34 City Council, which covers parts of Bushwick, Ridgewood and Williamsburg, is asking the community for help deciding how to spend a $ 1 million budget. Residents can submit ideas for physical infrastructure projects that benefit the public, such as improvements to schools, …

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Slowdown of ideal water pipe plan for MMWD board holders – Marin Independent Journal

The Marin Municipal Water District Board of Directors unanimously decided not to proceed with the final planning and restrictions to restore a water line crossing the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Instead, they will spend the next year preparing and analyzing a full environmental impact report on the potential pipeline and its …

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Maximize habitat values ​​and habitat function in urban landscapes –

Speaker: Pat Reynolds, California Native Grassland Association Zoom Reservation required: Link here Landscaping with native species and incorporating habitat enhancing features into urban areas is an important and underutilized conservation action that can effectively increase habitat value in the built environment. . If properly designed, city gardens can provide important …

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