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Rec bond likely heads to voters

The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District is readying a $15 million to $18 million bond proposal to go before voters. “Our timeline is for ... who include most residents in the Seaside School ... read more

Longtime NJ assemblyman from Brick will not seek re-election

Wolfe, R-Ocean, will not be a candidate for re-election ... Blue Acres Bond Act of 1995. Millions of dollars were made available through the legislation for grants and loans to county and local ... read more

New property tax law could end up costing San Antonio taxpayers more

Greg Abbott limits how much additional property tax revenue local governments can collect before they must seek voter approval ... higher interest rates to raise money in the bond market for new roads ... read more

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Centralia officials stress need for bonds to upgrade sewer, water systems

Centraila currently has two bonds outstanding, including $1 million for an electric substation and $1.7 million for improvements to the swimming pool and recreation center. Informing voters The city ... read more

Pleasant Grove council backs downtown site for fire station

If the bond proposition to fund new public safety facilities is passed by voters Tuesday, the likely location for ... Many residents have voiced concerns about the possibility of the old, historic ... read more

Sunset Rec board reflects on rec bond defeat at polls

The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District board of directors met for the first time since the $20 million bond to expand the rec center failed at the polls, 2,786 to 1,463, with almost two-thirds ... read more

Seaside School Board Says It Needs $128.8 Million To Build New Hillside Campus

A campaign committee has been organized to gather voter support for the bond measure. Mary Blake, retired general manager of the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District, and Doug Barker, event ... read more

Cleveland Cavs announce Quicken Loans transformation will go forward

The Cavs said then they would reconsider the decision to pull out of the deal to renovate Quicken Loans Arena since construction delays that would have occurred due to a required vote on the ... read more

Municipal Government Finances: Tiptoeing Through the Political Tulips

What may seem like a reasonable expenditure to the fire department may run afoul due to the needs or election promises of elected government ... to the person charged with sanitation or municipal ... read more

How Do You Reboot Your Company Culture Now That Summer Vacations Are Done?

Specifically: If you’ve ever joked about "living" at the office, you’re probably not surprised to read that the average employed American spends about 68 percent of his or her waking hours working, ... read more

Beacon Hill Roll Call: Mass. House gives final approval to road, bridge funding

The package is a bond bill under which the funding would be borrowed by ... including day-use parking fees and recreation visitor fees, for entrance to public forest lands and public beaches under the ... read more

Final Vote Planned to Reauthorize Major Conservation Bill

PHOENIX - Congress could vote ... that outdoor recreation also can be good therapy. "Military veterans use the outdoors to heal from our military trauma, from our experiences on the battlefield," he ... read more

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