Public Safetylangleyadvancetimes.com

Langley toddler rushed to hospital after fall from third floor window

A Langley toddler was rushed to Royal Columbian Hospital Friday morning after falling from a third-storey window. The fall happened just before 10:30 a.m. in the 20400 block of 82nd Avenue in Willoughby, according to Shannon Miller of BC Emergency Health Services. Several paramedic units, Langley RCMP, and Township firefighters...
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Macomb Township, MIcandgnews.com

Macomb Township still deciding best use for former nursery site

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — It has been over two years since Macomb Township purchased the former Wade Nursery site. Recently, residents began questioning what is being done at the site and what future plans are. In speaking with C & G Newspapers, Township Supervisor Frank Viviano said the township is looking...
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Texas Statethewoodlandstx.com

The Woodlands Township Achieves Highest Bond Rating In Texas

The Woodlands Township Achieves Highest Bond Rating In Texas. The Woodlands Township has just achieved the highest bond rating in the State of Texas for an unincorporated community and second highest rating possible within Standard & Poor’s criteria. The announcement from Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings puts the Township in...
Lake Orion, MIlakeorionreview.com

Village Parks & Rec. Committee presents possible playground upgrades

The Village of Lake Orion’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee has their eye on some new park upgrades at both Children’s and Green’s parks. The ideas were presented to both the village council and the Downtown Development Authority Board of Directors on July 12 and July 13, respectively. Giving the...
Hastings, MNPosted by

Former Township Clerk Sentenced for Wire Fraud Scheme

MINNEAPOLIS – A Hastings woman and former elected official was sentenced Tuesday to a little over two years in prison for misappropriating more than $650,000 in public funds. According to court documents, from December 2012 through October 2020, 70-year-old Maryann Stoffel used her elected position as the Clerk of the...
Montclair, NJPosted by
Montclair Local

Who’s the ‘liar?’ Vote Montclair, attorney trade barbs over nixed petition on fall elections

Who saw what when? Who was responsible for what? Who’s at fault for which thing?. The answer to those sorts of questions often depend on whom you ask. In the case of Vote Montclair’s rejected petition, looking to prompt a ballot question on whether Montclair should move its municipal elections to from May to November, the answers might even get a little profane.
Sylvania, OHsylvaniatownship.com


The Sylvania Township Trustees will hold a Regular Meeting at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 3, 2021. The public may attend the meeting in person or electronically via telephone at (877) 568-4106 using the Access Code 677-255-877 or via their computer, tablet, or smartphone at https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/677255877. If any citizen would like to test the technology in advance of the meeting they are encouraged to contact Township Administrator Oliver Turner at oturner@sylvaniatownship.com.
Northampton County, PAWFMZ-TV Online

Hanover Township to seek public input on pool, reinstate mask requirement

HANOVER TWP., Pa. – The Hanover Township Board of Supervisors received an update on the community pool during its Tuesday night meeting in Northampton County. Supervisors previously established a pool advisory group which includes township residents. Based on the group's recommendation, supervisors hired Philadelphia-based BKP Architects earlier this year for an evaluation and a feasibility study of options regarding the pool's restoration.
The Woodlands, TXHouston Chronicle

Unauthorized parade vehicles spur outcry against Woodlands VFW

Three weeks after the South County 4th of July Parade one organization in The Woodlands is still feeling the effect of several unauthorized vehicles that infiltrated the event displaying crude political and sexual comments. Everette Ison with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12024 spoke to the members of The...
Pennsauken Township, NJpennsauken.nj.us

Pennsauken Township Zoning Board Holds Meeting On August 4

Please accept this as notification in accordance with the “Senator Byron M. Baer Open Public Meetings Act” that the regularly scheduled meeting of the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Pennsauken will be held on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., at the Pennsauken Township Municipal Building, 5605 N. Crescent Blvd.
Chatham Township, NJnewjerseyhills.com

Chatham Township focuses on public use at Rolling Knolls site

The Chatham Township Committee made headway in environmental conservation at its Thursday, July 15 meeting, after they considered acquiring open space next to Nash Park on Southern Boulevard and formed an agreement for public use of the Rolling Knolls Superfund Site, 36 Britten Road, near the Harding Township border in Green Village.