How does a community launch an important effort that will span decades, develop through a reasonable framework, and be grounded in a foundation of age-old principles? It has been an intriguing one-step-at-a-time process. As Holland worked to quietly and effectively handle its future power generation needs, many questions rose to the surface.
SLCC has received scholarship money from the American Gas Association to fund scholarships for students interested in pursuing careers in the natural gas industry. Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 has received scholarship money from the American Gas Association (AGA). The AGA is funding scholarships for students interested in pursuing careers in the natural gas industry using proceeds from the 17th International Conference and Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG-17).
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.
PORTAGE, MI – The public will get its first chance to comment onpotential future building improvements for the Portage Public Schools at aTuesday community forum. Portage Public Schools has set community forums for 6:30 to 8p.m. Tuesday at Portage Central High and 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 25 atNorthern High.
I attended the four meetings that Nipomo Community ServiceDistrict has held on the proposed property assessment tax for thewater pipeline to Santa Maria. NCSD has not explained how 2,500 acre-feet of water will solvetheir claim of 6,000 acre-feet of over-pumping, and also providewater for “undeveloped parcel’s future potential.” In the last meeting, they explained they used generic countyzoning to determine the value of possible future building for yourproposed assessment.
Those still hoping that Avondale Shipyards can have some sort of a future building ships may derive some comfort from a joint study conducted by researchers at Loyola University New Orleans and the University of New Orleans.
A parish council chairman this day called for a ban on future homes in a Shropshire village amid fears its roads would not cope with an increase in traffic. David Curtis, chairman of West Felton Parish Council, stated he was talking out to protect his community from being inundated with a possible influx of people in new homes with the area becoming larger than a rural village.
CHAPPELL HILL — Another in a series of forums on issues facing this community will be held Saturday. The forum will be held at 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 9120 Poplar St. in Chappell Hill. “Last year, our chamber of commerce supported several forums on issues important to the community and our neighbors,” stated Roger Imm, chamber president.
Parkland Community Library is hosting a giant outdoor party Saturday as it kicks off its campaign to raise money for its planned new library in Upper Macungie. “We have $3.5 million saved up, and our goal is $11.5 million,” stated Debbie Jack, the library’s executive director. The kickoff for the Capital Building Campaign will be from noon to 3 p.m.