All of the community members who served on the Cuyahoga County District Attorney’s Sentencing Integrity Unit have resigned, saying the effort is nothing more than a “front.” The four members of the Independent Review Panel (IRP) – Patricia Falk, a law professor at Cleveland State University, Donna Weinberger, member ofRead More →

The City of Lake Havasu has launched a community resource program that injects up to $1 million in ARPA allocation for nonprofit and public service organizations. This program aims to support local organizations in the areas of food, housing, medical services, agency services, child care, elder care, senior services orRead More →

Herald File Photo After a nearly year-long project that identified the impacts, contributing factors and consequences of homelessness in Prince Albert, Dr. Chad Nilson on Monday presented the findings of the action initiative for homelessness to city council and recommended three steps the city can take to build solutions. “SomeRead More →

When: East Cocalico Township Supervisors Meeting, Nov. 3 What happened: Two East Cocalico Township police officers promoting the formation of a K-9 unit again appeared before the Board of Overseers to answer questions and clarify concerns. Cpl. Chris Luongo and Detective Brandon Van Ausdal centered the discussion on costs, overtimeRead More →

By Jackson County Pilot Staff | on November 09, 2022 Tony Oxborough, Superintendent of Water and Wastewater for the City of Jackson, was among 18 utility professionals to earn his leadership certification through the LEAD course, a workshop presented by Missouri River Energy Services. The LEAD course teachesRead More →

CEDAR TOWN — The Cedar City Council has unanimously approved a community cat program in partnership with the Best Friends Animal Society that advocates say is a more humane and cost-effective method of reducing stray cat populations over time. Two community cats seen at mass spaying and neutering event, Richfield,Read More →

The Tiruchengode city council meeting which convened on Monday witnessed unruly scenes when an independent councilor attempted to attack the vice president with shoes. The meeting was chaired by the president of the municipality, S. Nalini. H. Sneha (Independent) alleged that supporters of Vice President T. Karthikeyan attacked her husbandRead More →

The Ho Municipal Assembly and the City of Gainesville, Florida, USA signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to foster cooperation and development. Lauren Poe, mayor of Gainesville, and Divine Bosson, municipal chief executive of Ho, signed the agreement via the virtual meeting platform, Zoom, in the presence of local stakeholders.Read More →

Dubai – Dubai Customs held a meeting with the Dubai Municipality Food Safety Department to discuss the benefits available to member companies under the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) program. The meeting aims to enhance food security by facilitating the movement of food trade to meet local market needs. “Dubai CustomsRead More →

The Museum of the Future (MOTF) has announced that it is collaborating with the Dubai Municipality to anticipate future technologies in all sectors that will contribute to the development of humanity. Sectors include sustainable construction, smart cities and food security. As part of this partnership, the technologies areRead More →

The District Municipality of Muskoka is calling on volunteers to help support the Community Volunteer Tax Program in preparation for tax season. This essential, free support service operates through the Canada Revenue Agency’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP), which provides free tax preparation services to individuals and families, low-incomeRead More →

Haldia: The police confiscated 150 files and documents from the municipality of Haldia. Accusations of corruption and nepotism have long weighed on the former president of the municipality. After that, the police started investigating the incident. Then 150 files and documents were confiscated. – Advertising – It was September 29.Read More →

Earlier this year, we engaged ecological consultants, Practical Ecology, to create a biodiversity inventory and corridor study for the municipality. A total of 54 sites, consisting of open space reserves, pocket parks, streetscapes, public gardens and sports ovals, across Stonnington have been assessed to better understand the state of ourRead More →

The public is invited to attend an open house on the Billings Urban Area Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). According to the press release, the event will take place on Thursday, October 6 from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Community Room at the Billings Public Library. Public participation in the LRTPRead More →

At a Tuesday press conference, organizers Latinos in Action-California and Centro CHA said they were blindsided by news that El Segundo-based R6 distillery would open its second location in Long Beach, with plans for an 18,500-square-foot warehouse that will include “space for more food and drink — and a machineRead More →

A Critically Acclaimed Mobile MMOSLG Based on Civilization V Features strategic gameplay inherited from victory conditions (Domination, Science, Culture) from the Sid Meier’s Civilization franchise SEOUL – September 27, 2022 – NEXON Korea Corp (CEO: Jung-Hun Lee) announced the new mobile MMOSLG, Civilization: reign of powerdeveloped by NDREAM corp (CEO:Read More →

On Monday, October 24, Caledon residents return to the polls to elect their mayor and regional and regional councillors, individuals who aspire to provide leadership to a growing community. Each believes they have the skills and temperament required to represent Caledon well. They believe they are the right people toRead More →

Shambhunath Municipality will construct 24 houses for the poor and disadvantaged Shambhunath Municipality Building. (File photo) SAPTARI: The Municipality of Shambhunath has decided to build a total of 24 houses for the families of poor Dalits, disabled people and disadvantaged people. On Friday, the mayor of the municipality Jitendra PrasadRead More →

Editor’s Note: This editorial was written by Frederika McClary Easley, Director of Strategic Initiatives at The People’s Ecosystem, with market research assistance from Alec Estevez. When states regulate the use of cannabis for adult use, many feel that the job is done and the floodgates to cannabis willRead More →

U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), and Metro today announced that LACCD has secured a $1 million grant from Congress to expand Metro’s GoPass program to the 2022-23 academic year for the 21 community colleges in LA County. The program provides free transportation onRead More →

WORLD BIODIVERSITY DAY Sustainability is now the new development paradigm. Unlike in the past, where development only aimed to improve the quality of life of the current generation alone, sustainable development aims to improve the quality of the current generation without compromising with future generations. Sustainable development refers to theRead More →

With discussions ranging from trash to potholes, Saturday’s Vallejo City Council District 2 Candidates’ Forum at Christ Church still managed to fight their way to the inevitable centerpiece. The beleaguered Vallejo Police Department. Don Jordan, Garrett Toles and Cassandra James fielded questions from moderator Sharon Henry and members of theRead More →

Zhengzhou City Ruins Site, Henan Province Photo: IC A gold “burial mask” dating back more than 3,000 years has been discovered in the tomb of a former nobleman in Zhengzhou, capital of central China’s Henan Province, officials said. Chinese National Cultural Heritage Administration at a recent press conference. Different fromRead More →

umer (Sumeru in Akkadian) was a civilization that flourished in the 3rd millennium BC. The main reason that facilitated the development of Sumer was the very fertile soil between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, this civilization which today occupies the south of Iraq. At that time, the two rivers formedRead More →

Kalpetta Municipality has earned Open Defecation Free (ODF)++ status in the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) National Ranking, a first achievement in the state, for its meritorious achievements in the solid and liquid waste management. While only the Local Urban Community (ULB) has been selected for ODF++ status in the State,Read More →

Posted: Posted Date – 3:18 PM, Tue – Sep 13, 22 Government Whip Balka Suman, expressing his delight at the approval, said Ramakrishnapur was once a bustling town with coal miners and their families residing there. Channel: In a historic move, Kyathanpalli Municipality was renamed Ramakrishnapur Civic Body. A billRead More →

Aerial view of Srinagar suburbs By Ashraf Ali Malik PRIOR to the influx of pastoral nomads/seminomads/Iranian/Central Asian herdsmen from Kashmir, the people of the Burzhomic era lived in various small dwellings without any apparent state structure. Agriculture was the main occupation and there seems to have been a lot ofRead More →

Some of Mohenjo-Daro’s walls were destroyed as a result of Pakistan’s historic floods. The Department of Culture, Tourism, Antiquities and Archives of Sindh province estimated the repairs would cost $45 million. An ancient city preserved in Pakistan has witnessed ‘massive destruction’ following the country’s historic rains and could cost millionsRead More →

The Indus (or Harappan) Valley Civilization (3300-1300 BCE) spanned 2,000 years and extended from northeast Afghanistan to Pakistan and northwest India . The remains of this vast South Asian civilization are scattered over an area considerably larger than those covered by ancient Egypt or Mesopotamia. However, little was known aboutRead More →

Sundarharaicha Municipality to initiate land use works Image for representation. SUNDARHARAICHA: Sundarharaicha Municipality in Morang District has started formulating land use plans and works in line with the Government’s National Land Use Policy. The policy was introduced in 2019 to regulate land management and ensure sustainable use of land resourcesRead More →

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro), the City of Glendale Beeline, and Glendale Community College (GCC) have partnered to offer all GCC students a free one-year GoPass that allows free rides on all LA Metro and Beeline buses/trains. With this partnership, LA Metro is expanding its GoPassRead More →

DALI, China, August 30, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On August 28, 2022, the 2022 Erhai Forum on Building a Global Ecological Civilization, named after the famous local Erhai Lake, was held in Dali, Yunnan Province. This year’s forum, themed “Working together to build a shared future for all life on Earth”, aimed toRead More →

A visitor experiences virtual reality (VR) equipment during the China Internet Civilization Conference 2022 in Tianjin, north China, Aug. 28, 2022. The Internet Civilization Conference China Internet Forum 2022 consists of a main forum, a forum on the development of integrity in cyberspace, 10 sub-forums, an exhibition and thematic animations.Read More →

Lateri (Madhya Pradesh): A resident has been waiting for a response to his questions filed under the Right to Information Act for 5 months. The RTI was filed following the corruption that broke out in Lateri Municipality in Vidisha District. A Lateri resident, Sandeep Kumar Chaturvedi, had filed a requestRead More →

CAMBRIDGE, UK —The world is “woefully underprepared” for a massive volcanic eruption that could cause civilization to collapse, a new study warns. Researchers in the UK say there is a one in six chance of a massive magnitude seven eruption occurring within the next century. This type of eruption wouldRead More →

Stickers that will be put on buses and stops The Sofia The municipality sets up stop “on demand” from today, August 13 – this was announced by the deputy mayor of Transportation of SofiaKristian Krastev on his Facebook profile. Passengers on the buses 1, 3, 4, 26, 27, 42,Read More →