AFP Relax – Dubai, famed for its mega-projects before it was hit by the global financial crisis, on Saturday announced a new development to open the world’s biggest mall and a park larger than London’s Hyde Park. The ruler of the Gulf desert city state, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, announced the plan for a “new city within Dubai,” according to an official statement, naming it after himself.
AUBURN — Councilors want to meet with Community Little Theatre officials to figure out the city’s role in the future of the Great Falls School. “That last council chose to walk away and their way of walking away was tearing down half the building and giving them a lease for 99 years,” Mayor Jonathan LaBonte stated Monday night.
In an effort to save the historic Bozeman Lehrkind Brewery wall, incentives are being presented to the owner of the property. The Northeast Urban Renewal Board has offered to help fund fees associated with sidewalks, streets, and connections to city water and sewer lines. “This is what we have left that truly holds the fabric of this unique historic brewery together.
by Emily CannING-DEAN | REPORTER Twinsburg — To expand waste water treatment services for Reminderville customers, the Summit County Department of Environmental Services might make use of the city’s waste water treatment facility. Future homes planned in new developments such as Herrington Place near Aurora Shores will likely mean more than 600 new homes in the next couple of years, stated Reminderville Mayor Sam Alonso.
Future development in the Muslim sacred city of Makkah willbe more in tune with traditional architecture, the mayor says, but for nowresidents worry that Islam’s holiest sites are disappearing behind skyscrapers. The historic city, the birthplace of Islam, is studded withdozens of yellow and red cranes and metal scaffolding aimed at increasing hotelspace and improving facilities to make the annual hajj pilgrimage safer andeasier.
September 11, 2011 Editorial: A partnership’ to explore, if … The Gloucester Daily Times Sun Sep 11, 2011, 11:21 PM EDT City Councilor Bruce Tobey’s idea of exploring a potential “partnership” with a non-profit or other entity for using parts of City Hall is well worth a look.
August 10, 2011 W’burg awards company for water, sewer work CORBIN — By Sharae Myers / Staff Writer Williamsburg officials awarded Akins Excavating the $317,000 contract for water and sewer work at the future building site for the Whitley County Health Department and the Tractor Supply, which is currently under construction.
American Tire Distributors and the owners of its future building were lauded during Tuesday’s Common Council meeting for creating 40 jobs in Oak Creek. Not only are the positions full-time, but also newly-created positions – not jobs transferred from elsewhere. “We’re adding 40 full-time jobs to what is currently a piece of vacant property,” Alderman Steve Scaffidi said.
TEMPE, AZ – If you drive in fear of getting a pic radar or red light ticket, the city of Tempe will soon be one less place to worry about. The Tempe City Council voted 4 to 3 to end its contract with Redflex, the traffic camera company. The power will be cut after July 18th. City officials stated a money dispute between Redflex and Tempe is to blame for the cameras coming down.
[Reporter : ] I’ve always imagined the future homes being more self sufficient and it looks like we have two stories from different parts of the globe showing just that.And it’s always good to have stories dealing with good food.This time we are speaking Middle Eastern Cuisines.[Reporter : ] Looks like more people in the UK are smitten with exotic spices from the Middle East.