Focus on safety: Greater Shepparton City Council has received an Empowering Communities grant. Photo by unknown A forum designed to help members of the Shepparton community come together to fight crime and safety across the city is underway at the end of the month. Victorian Crime Prevention Minister Natalie HutchinsRead More →

Watertown City Council appears to be once again heading towards a decision on how many pools this community needs without having credible data on what residents want. During Monday’s meeting, newly elected council members informally agreed to undertake a project to repair the William J. Flynn Municipal Pool at NorthRead More →

Motion presented to strengthen the position of the Town of Innisfail, it will strictly follow provincial guidelines for pandemic management INNISFAIL – Mayor Jean Barclay presented a notice of motion to all members of council which aims to formalize the city’s position, he will faithfully follow the example of theRead More →

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkey has opened an investigation into hundreds of employees of the opposition-run Istanbul Municipality accused of links to militant groups, drawing heavy criticism from the city’s mayor on Monday. city ​​regarding the management of the survey. Mayor Ekrem Imamoglu hails from the main opposition Republican People’s PartyRead More →

Oakland News Now – “Respect history, respect your civilization”: TV Mohandas Pai on the restoration of Kashi Vishwanath shrine – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content.Read More →

Pictured: (LR) MP Angela V. McKnight; Sandra Garcia, Development Associate, Tantum; Debra Tantleff, Founding Director, Tantum; Jersey City Mayor Fulop; State Senator Sandra Cunningham; Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr.; member of the Assembly Raj Mukerjhi; Jersey City Council President Joyce Watterman. Photo courtesy of the antenna. TANTUM Real Estate, localRead More →

Sorry, Rohnert Park, but Cotati just doesn’t like you. “We don’t have a casino. We don’t have Walmart, ”Cotati Mayor John Moore said as the Cotati city council meeting on Nov. 9 began the fourth hour of a late-night discussion on county redistribution. At the end of its regular meeting,Read More →

Following the municipal election results, Ward 18 Alderman Heather Hart is ready to face her third term as Councilor and the backlog of service delivery issues with renewed vigor. Hart received 79.23% of the support from voters in Ward 18. Hart described his re-election as a “fantastic vote of confidenceRead More →

Windhoek City Council approved on October 28 the development of a relocation center to serve as temporary accommodation for beneficiaries of the affordable housing program. The center which is located in Otjomuise will serve as temporary accommodation while the homes of the beneficiaries are under construction, the council said. “TheRead More →

Edwin Sodi’s NJR projects, accused of corruption, showed “poor performance”, according to the municipality. Meanwhile, Lindelani families are still waiting for homes Twenty years ago, many East Rand families were moved to Lindelani’s informal settlement in Ekurhuleni to make way for industrial development. They had been promised accommodation and afterRead More →

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Marshall healey elizabethtown-kitley sign.BT.JPG jpg, BT Content of the article In a heated argument that took the present against the township’s future, Elizabethtown-Kitley council purchased land on the edge of Brockville on Monday evening. Advertising This ad has not yet loaded,Read More →

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Francois Racine Part of Second Street West where the petitioners requested a sidewalk. Photo taken on Tuesday September 28, 2021 in Cornwall, Ont. Francis Racine / Cornwall Standard-Freeholder / Postmedia Network Photo by Francis Racine /Francis Racine / Standard-Freeholder Content ofRead More →

By now, most residents have probably heard of number 22, which would increase the income tax rate in Hilliard by 0.5 percentage points and spend that money entirely on recreation and parks, including construction of a community center and additional sports fields. Information on number 22 is available on hilliardohio.gov/pathtopossibilities,Read More →

Airnbnb and other short-term rental opportunities are restricted in the portion of Brownsburg-Chatham that faces the Ottawa River. On September 7, council voted to no longer allow short-term rentals in resort areas V-423, V-425 and V-427, i.e. all areas along the Route des Outaouais (route 344) . District 6 CouncilorRead More →

Two decades after the creation of the redevelopment plans for Syntagma Square, the Greek capital square will finally be renovated.The city of Athens announced it after the city council voted for the sustainable overhaul of the square on Monday, July 19. Although the renovation begins in August 2021, internationally renownedRead More →