Bayer sells Environmental Science Professional business for $2.6 billion

Bayer said it will sell its Environmental Science Professional business, which includes vector control, professional pest control, industrial vegetation management, forestry, and turf and ornamental solutions Cinvenan international private equity firm for $2.6 billion. “This sale represents a very attractive purchase price and allows us to focus on our core …

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Leveraging Technology to Improve Financial Inclusion in the United States

By Ismail Amla, Executive Vice President, Professional Services, NCR Corporation The benefits of financial inclusion are known and numerous. Households that lack access to bank accounts or relatively affordable mechanisms for receiving, paying, and spending money end up spending a significantly higher percentage of their income on cash-intensive financial options. …

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Mary Alice Meinersman, owner of the Bon Bons chocolate shop in Huntington Village, has died at the age of 78

Mary Alice Meinersman began her career as a chocolatier in Huntington Village in the early 1980s as the lady who hand-dipped glazed orange peels or slices of raspberry cream in cauldrons of melted chocolate in a New York Avenue store window. Passers-by watched as Meinersman worked the job, which she …

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eos Outdoor Services offers premier landscapers in Ellicott City, Maryland

Ellicott City, Md: eos Outdoor Services is transforming outdoor spaces by offering both residential and commercial landscape services. The company offers a full range of landscaping, installation and maintenance services including installation of hardscapes, retaining walls, water features, outdoor lighting and a variety of plants. They use highly trained and …

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Houses that want to do more

It’s rare going to an architecture conference and hearing the soft lullaby of chooks in the background, but at the Daylesford Longhouse we did it. Every time an architect took himself too seriously, a slightly louder voice came from the chicken coop. The theme of the conference was to discuss …

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As the wildfires intensify, firefighters change tactics

Devastating and deadly forest fires no longer only happen during the summer months, but all year round. Wildfire risk has reached crisis levels, according to the US Forest Service. In the past five years, nearly 41 million acres have burned across the US, or nearly an area the size of …

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Floor & Decor is kicking off the grand opening of its 4th Long Island Area store in Garden City, New York on March 14, 2022

Floor & Decor (NYSE: FND), a leading specialty retailer of hard surface flooring, will expand its nationwide presence when it opens the doors to its newest location in Garden City, New York on March 14, 2022. The warehouse and design center of Floor & Decor opens with a team of …

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Get water conservation and landscaping ideas in a free workshop

Looking for ways to lower your water bill? Are you making your home’s landscape more fireproof? Then a free workshop at the Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead is for you. The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy is opening a second free session for its Next to Nature workshop on Sunday, March …

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MONDAY COUNTRY STORE – KWHI.com

WRITTEN ARTICLES, $3 PER DAY Wanted: Part-time Maintenance/Events Assistant at Chappell Hill Lavendar Farm, someone who enjoys outdoor gardening and landscaping, flexible hours, the position will include general landscaping and container gardening, lawn maintenance, maintenance as needed and tending the area around the gift shop hereabouts. cared for, also help …

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The United States Annuity (Re)insurance Landscape 2021: Primary Annuity Insurers Face Declining Spreads – ResearchAndMarkets.com

Added Conning, Inc’s 2021 Focus Series: The New United States Annuity (Re)insurer Landscape report ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. Since the economic crisis, primary insurers of annuity insurance have been confronted with falling spreads on their investment portfolios. These lower spreads reduce the profitability of blocks of fixed annuities and indexed annuities. In …

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Rohrer Seeds: 103 years and still growing | gardening

SMOKETOWN, Pa. – Rohrer Seeds in Smoketown, Lancaster County has been around for a long time – since 1919 to be exact – but the business is always evolving. The family business moves with the times and regularly expands its customer base with new products in addition to tried-and-tested old …

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The city commission meets to discuss the airport’s fuel system and sanitary sewage plan

By Hailey Chapman Heu’s daily news The Hays City Commission held a working session Thursday where they discussed the Ellis County Historical Society, the Airport Fuel Farm Project and the 2022 Sewer Cleaning and Inspection Bid. Commissioners Mayor Mason Ruder, Deputy Mayor Michael Berges, Shaun Musil, Sandy Jacobs and Reese …

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4 online loans that can help cover

NEW YORK, March 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Online loans are designed to help borrowers get extra cash fast so they can cover essential and emergency expenses. From cash advances and installment loans to title loans and lines of credit, there are many online loans borrowers can choose from to …

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The evolving data landscape in state governments

With the massive increase in adoption of AI, ML, automation, and advanced analytics in recent years, it’s no surprise that state and local governments are paying more attention to these technologies. Governments can no longer sit idly by while technology advances. Instead, government agencies are transforming into data-driven organizations to …

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Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show Returns: March 4-13, 2022

The 40th Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show kicked off Friday morning with approximately 1,900 vendors covering everything from kitchen remodels to gardening. Watch the report from downtown Pittsburgh: click the video player above. “We love to see it all what’s new and fashionable in the housing industry,” said Ed Laskowski, …

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News and Information – Crew cleanup is in full swing

Work is underway to remove trash and items left behind by the occupiers, deep clean street furniture and infrastructure, and inspect and repair nearby city assets, including roads, signs, lights and sewers. The work includes: Replacement of two street lamp poles. Our transport and infrastructure team have arranged for two …

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Hays County Promotes Conservation Design for Developers – Corridor News

employee reports Hays County, TX Courthouse – Results of an 18-month study show that by adopting new, inventive conservation development rules as an opt-in alternative, driven by an incentive-based approach, Hays County could benefit from more innovative development. A conservation design option has been available to developers in Hays County …

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Management strategies aim to help allergy practices evolve, expand and thrive

March 03, 2022 4 minutes read ADD TOPIC TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published Please enter your email address to receive an email when new articles are published . ” data-action=”subscribe”> Subscribe We could not process your request. Please try again …

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Scope and Overview of Online Payday Loans Market to Grow with Increased Global Focus on Industrialization 2029

The Online Payday Loans Market research report offers a background investigation on the specialized limitations, various issues, and cost adequacy influencing the Online Payday Loans market. It offers in-depth assessment of the overall market by providing insightful knowledge, authentic information, and undeniable projections of the Online Payday Loans market size. …

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Affordable housing in Dorchester gets a boost from the Women Build Project | community news

Women can build anywhere in the country – and they do. For the past five years, Dorchester Habitat for Humanity (DHH) has joined the national Women Build Project, which recognizes and encourages the voluntary work of women involved in housing construction. This year, DHH dedicated the entire month of February …

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Marketing Coordinator – Pedestrian Jobs

Sales Coordinator Our Sydney office has an inclusive and collaborative work environment that ensures the opinions of all team members are valued. At Fifth Season Landscapes we design and build creative and challenging home landscape projects. ABOUT THE ROLE: Develop and implement innovative marketing strategies to optimize brand awareness and …

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Global Configuration Management Software Market 2021 Outlook, Current & Future Analysis of Industry Landscape 2027 – Business Ethos

the MarketandResearch.biz submitted the new report entitled Global Configuration Management Software Market from 2021 to 2027. The report is enhanced with market information e.g. B. Key Industry Designs, Hypothesis Openings, Continuous Development, Gauges, Fierce Circumstances, and Late Progress Observations. Likewise, Configuration Management Software Market report shares the assessment of mechanical …

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The Recorder – From the ground up, up and up!

Mia Kortebein wasn’t convinced at first when Carl Woodruff, her boyfriend at the time, said he wanted to build a house. “I wasn’t sure I was ready to put down roots,” Kortebein said. “I said to Carl, ‘Do it. But that’s your dream, not mine. I can’t promise to be …

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110-year-old “home base” for $9.5 million: Top 10 new listings

According to Redfin, a “one-of-a-kind” home built in Brookline in 1912 is the most expensive to be listed in Massachusetts in the last week. 355 Buckminster Rd., which you can see below, listed for $9.5 million. Brookline had the top two spots on the list, while others Weston and Wellesley …

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Is SoFi about to disrupt online banking?

From no monthly account fees to getting your paycheck two days sooner, SoFi (NASDAQ: SOFI) sets up a complete financial ecosystem for its current and potential customers. In this clip from “The Future of Fintech” on Motley Fool Live, recorded on February 10Motley Fool contributors Matt Frankel, Will Healy and …

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Because money doesn’t grow on trees, Edith Gregory will grow it for Backyard Growers. | Messages

At 12 years old and with over 400 edible gardens created to date, Backyard Growers is in the early stages of discussions with the city on how even more public space can be used to grow food, and its new Director of Development, Edith Gregory, will be one of the …

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House in Cala / Studio del Rio

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With the support of the World Bank, Tajikistan wants to protect its natural resources and increase its climate resilience [EN/RU] – Tajikistan

A $45 million investment will support landscape restoration, sustainable use of natural resources and climate change mitigation practices WASHINGTON, February 25, 2022 – The World Bank Board of Directors today approved US$45 million in grant funding from the International Development Association (IDA) for the RESILAND CA+ program: Tajikistan Resilient Landscape …

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Kenneth L. Hardin: Rowan County native pursues career for love of art – Salisbury Post

By Kenneth L Hardin Talented visual artist Greg Hardin Jr. has never considered making history, let alone being recognized for something he enjoys during Black History Month. He is the owner and principal artist of Prolific Art Studio, LLC at 1021 Old West Innes St. across from Sam’s Car Wash. …

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Robert K. Tener – Hamilton County Reporter

September 8, 1935 – February 15, 2022 Robert K. Tener, Colonel, Retired, US Army Corps of Engineers, died peacefully on February 15, 2022 after a long illness with his wife Ann by his side. He was 86 years old. He was born Robert Kinley Tener on September 8, 1935 to …

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Guizhou: Two more WRCA world records achieved

Two record-breaking achievements were certified on February 19, 2022 in Guizhou, China. The Taiping Ode-themed sculpture and the statue of Yang Asha, both designed by Wu Xinfeng, a well-known Chinese architectural designer, have been confirmed to be the largest of their kind, verified by the WRCA, a brand of the …

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The Gladstone Group Conference Returns with Charlie Gasparino as Keynote Speaker | company

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. February 2022– Gladstone Group Inc. (Gladstone) is relaunching its annual conference with Wall Street journalist, Fox Business correspondent and political pundit Charlie Gasparino headlining the event. The financial services M&A advisor and executive search firm created the two-day boutique event for RIAs and multi-family offices in …

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The Port Lincoln Aboriginal Community Council garden helps people harvest a healthier future

On Wednesdays, the Port Lincoln Aboriginal Community Council garden comes alive, and not just with the bees and birds among the beds of ripening vegetables and herbs. The garden makes for smiles, lifestyle changes, and a harvest of fresh and tasty food. It’s also helping an Indigenous community struggling with …

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Cash On Your Mobile Precautions on How to Avoid Shady Online Lenders

Cash On Your Mobile is a leading financial broker known for providing access to payday loans. In a recent update, the agency warned against shady online lenders. Milton, Queensland – February 23, 2022 – Cash On Your Mobile, in a post on the website, warned customers on how to avoid …

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RED BENCH: LEAD ACIDIFIED SOIL MUST BE REMOVED

A map showing the properties where DEP is planning soil testing and remediation. An added arrow indicates the plot of the community garden. (DEP map. Click to enlarge.) BY JOHN T.WARD Homes near Red Bank’s community garden may require heavy excavation to remove lead-contaminated soil, New Jersey environmental officials told …

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Reinstatement of Park Avenue Plan | News, Sports, Jobs

Recently, in a lull while the Williamsport City Council focused on the pandemic and other pressing matters, the topic of revitalizing Park Avenue areas resurfaced. Councilor Eric Beiter, chair of the Economic Revitalization Committee, asked for an update on the plan, as of August “Skip” Memmi, director of …

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SUNY Cortland plans to talk about “alien plants”.

02/22/2022 Most home gardeners pottering around behind the old homestead with a trowel, trimmings, and a bag of mulch don’t think of themselves as “nature’s best and last hope.” Doug Tallamy, an entomologist at the University of Delaware and best-selling author, does. He would like more people to view their …

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Get a car title loan without credit check in Miami

Car title loans in Miami are a popular choice if you need to get some quick cash, all you need is a vehicle that has enough equity for the car title loan company can help you. It’s important to choose a company licensed to do title loans in Miami, title …

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Local Garden Shop Owners Discuss Gardening Tips Before Spring | WETM

ELMIRA, NY (WETM) – Spring fever is in the air in the Twin Tiers after the region hit over 50 degrees and residents began buying seeds and other planting material. Despite the heatwave, it may still be too early for garden lovers to create the perfect outdoor garden. According to …

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How to apply for Love Your Garden

ITV’S LOVE Your Garden is set to return in 2022. But some fans may be wondering how they can also be in the hit garden show with Alan Titchmarsh and the gang. 1 Alan Titchmarsh returns in 2022 with Love Your GardenPhoto credit: ITV How do I apply for Love …

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The Hixson song Visiting Artist series begins March 2 with photographer Tibbs | Nebraska today

Six artists will present the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist and Scholar Lectures during the Spring 2022 semester. The series, hosted by the School of Art, Art History and Design, begins March 2 with photographer Millee Tibbs. The series brings renowned artists, scholars, and designers to Nebraska each semester …

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Investing in Vermont’s food, forest and agriculture industries

Vermont Agency of Agriculture Food & Markets Farming, food and forestry operations are an integral part of the Vermont landscape. They are the cornerstone of Vermont’s economy, a top source of job creation, and a fundamental part of what makes Vermont a quality place to live. The Working Lands Enterprise …

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When to start planting seeds indoors? Check your frost date

February marks the middle of winter, and with spring on the horizon, many gardeners dream of sunny days and dirty fingernails. For those looking to jump into the growing season, planting seeds indoors offers the most satisfying — and productive — option. Before you dig in, though, it’s imperative to …

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Oneida launches $10 million initiative downtown

ONEIDA — The first meeting of the local planning committee for the downtown Oneida revitalization initiative convened for the first time Thursday and introduced itself to the public. Around 50 people attended the working session. Mayor Helen Acker and Kipp Hicks, Executive Director of the Madison County Industrial Development Agency, …

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Which fruits and vegetables are in season right now?

You may have bought a packet of strawberries in the winter only to find that they didn’t taste nearly as sweet as they did in the summer. Or maybe the mangoes you bought in the spring weren’t nearly as good as the ones you had in the fall. If you’re …

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Can you get a payday loan with a credit score of 550?

If your credit score is 550, you can only qualify for a personal loan. However, it is almost impossible to obtain large loans with low credit scores. This means you need to look for alternative financial solutions or improve your credit score. In this article, I will explain various things …

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Top 3 Digital Fraud Prevention Trends for 2022

2021 has been another memorable year. Organizations that have implemented remote processes in response to the pandemic have spent the past year optimizing and strengthening their systems to ensure a positive and secure customer experience. However, with identity theft, payment fraud, phishing and other financial crimes at an all-time high, …

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Shed light on kitchen lighting issues

Ed Del Grande | Tribune News Service Dear Ed: We are doing a kitchen remodel to include lighting fixtures and I have a few questions. What is pendant lighting? Is it different from chandelier lighting? If so, how does the cost compare and are there any advantages over pendant lights? …

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Designers behind the cultural images of Hangzhou 2022

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Fall Management Market Size Worth $230.10M, Worldwide, From

NEW YORK, Feb. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Insight Partners released latest research study on “Fall Management Market Forecast to 2028 – Impact of COVID-19 and global analysis by product (sensor pads, floor mats and RFID tags) and end users (hospitals and clinics, nursing homes and others)”. The growth …

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Lake County News, Calif. – The Lakeport City Council has news about Lakefront Park

LAKE COUNTY, California — The Lakeport City Council received an update on the progress of the development of the new Lakefront Park from the city manager Tuesday night. The seven-acre park, located at 800 and 810 N. Main St., is on the former property of the Natural High School. It …

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The Wrap: New Restaurants and Grocery Stores, Fundraisers, Ninety-Nine Reasons to Love Maine Spuds

Fish batter and hand cut chips from Fish & Whistle in Biddeford. Photo credit: Andrew Dickinson While many Maine restaurants celebrate seafood, fish and chips are oddly undersung on the local dining scene. But the iconic dish will soon be getting its share, as a husband-and-wife cooking team plans to …

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Simulate poverty in SFC | Local News

Farmington High School educators may not have woken up Friday wondering how they would keep the electricity going, how much they could get to pawn their kitchen appliances or how long they might have to spend in juvenile detention. But two hours into Friday’s professional development exercise in the Field …

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Colorado Garden and Home Show offers future for gardening students

DENVER (KDVR) – There’s more than meets the eye at the Colorado Garden and Home Show. Not only is it the unofficial beginning of spring in Denver, it’s also an opportunity for children to receive an otherwise unattainable education in horticulture. Jazmin Ponce is 18 years old and a full-time …

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(MENAFN – The Conversation) What do the English concept of landscape, French paysage, Spanish dehesas and Australian Aboriginal land have in common? All of these are unique landscapes created by long-term management by people. All are underpinned by centuries, even millennia, of intangible knowledge, heritage and practice. Crucially, these landscapes …

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Celebrating 85 years of Bents Garden & Home with the launch of the Lakeland brand

IT will be a year of celebrations at locally based Bents Garden & Home as the family-run business marks its 85th anniversary by welcoming a new arrival, with popular kitchenware and household brand Lakeland set to join the wider Bents family. It’s been 85 years since Alfred and Margaret Bent …

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Four companies buy now, pay later alter ‘potentially abusive terms’ | Financial Conduct Authority

Major companies buy now, pay later Clearpay, Klarna, Laybuy and Openpay have agreed to change “potentially unfair and unclear” terms and conditions after an intervention by the financial regulator. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it was able to use consumer law to enforce the changes. However, the regulator acknowledged …

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The exhibition “Mad About Dugnad” at Aedes reflects on the achievement of a sustainable future in architecture

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Collingwood Children’s Farm protests begin

Malaysian-Australian woman Cooper found a sense of community when she landed the property in 2017. She went from having a single chili plant in her apartment to having her own spot for the garden. “I still want to maintain my storyline. I want to uphold the whole community that is …

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Stock Custom Homes sells $59 million oceanfront home in Palm Beach

Push the envelope | Specially for the Naples Daily News Stock Custom Homes, Stock Development’s award-winning custom home building division, recently sold their magnificent oceanfront estate at 916 South Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach. The 13,000 square foot property, Stock’s most ambitious project to date, was listed at $59 million …

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Community gardeners gather before bulldozers roll in

“We had worker bees every weekend [before the lock-out]. It just didn’t get to the point where we needed to,” said the farm’s general manager, Conor Hickey. Farmers dispute this, claiming they were willing to do the work themselves but were limited by the farm as to what they could …

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Arcadia on the move with senior promotion announcements

Arcadia has kicked off 2022 with a series of senior promotions at three of its studios, recognizing the contributions and achievements of a range of individuals in landscape architecture and urban design. In Brisbane, Jason Taylor was promoted to senior associate, while Kate Philips and Tim Ivers were promoted to …

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Global Battery Management System Market Size & Value | Competitive Landscape 2022-2029

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Dad of 15 forced “disheveled” slave to live in garden shed with no toilet

A 15-year-old father was keeping a vulnerable man in his garden shed in “degrading” conditions with no toilet or washing facilities, a court heard. James McCann, 69, has now been jailed at Newcastle Crown Court on modern slavery charges. ChronicleLive reports. The 69-year-old, who grew up in the traveling community, …

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OakParkFinancial loans available for all credit scores

Oak Park Financial offers payday loan services to those who need money fast but have been turned down by banks or other financial institutions. Their direct line with multiple payday lenders increases their ability to secure quick loans for their clients. Oak Park Financial, a Texas-based loan service, specializes in …

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Envoy Solutions doubles in Garden State with Bio-Shine acquisition

GLENVIEW, IL., February 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Envoy Solutions today announced the acquisition of Bio-Shine, Inc., based in Spotswood, New Jersey. This highly successful company with a 30 year history of excellence provides janitorial and plumbing supplies, cleaning equipment and parts, air purification solutions and chemical products to diverse markets …

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Garden Notes: February 9, 2022

. Upcoming programs at the Berkshire Botanical Garden STOCKBRIDGE – Berkshire Botanical Garden presents the following upcoming programs. Wednesday, February 16, 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., “Dahlias for days”. Dahlias are an enormously diverse flower. Although native to Central America, with proper care they can grow fabulously in New England. …

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🌱 Adjutant charged in death of Garden City man + Hildebrandt’s help

Happy Wednesday neighbors! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in the city today. First today’s weather: Sunny to partly cloudy. High: 43, Low: 37. One of the easiest ways to connect with local customers and to be remembered around town is the sponsorship of the Mineola Daily. …

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Advancement in the corporate sector, especially in the financial sector due to the creation of fintech applications, has changed the business landscape. Older and more established organizations are now looking for new and more advanced ways of doing business. The fintech industry produces annual revenues of billions of dollars, and …

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A famous hatter offers a magical tour of his geodesic-domed home

The restoration of the dome, guest house, pool and gardens took time and patience. Samantha Hofman Southern California’s Topanga Canyon is known for lavish residences and famous neighbors. Still, famed milliner Nick Fouquet’s geodesic dome home stands out as a stunning residence with expansive views and an intriguing backstory. When …

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Vision Zero is a Disability Rights Issue – Greater Greater Washington

Safe Streets Protest by Joe Flood, licensed under Creative Commons. In American Sign Language, we refer to our translators as interpreters for a reason: direct translation or transliteration is often not representative of true meaning. For example, the direct transliteration of Vision Zero is “Zero Vision”. Zero Vision is not …

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“If you could only push a button and roses would fall from the sky,” said Gerry Cupp, a wholesaler at the New England Flower Exchange in Chelsea. More than 250 million roses were made for Valentine’s Day 2018 according to the Society of American Florists. They complement candlelit dinners, teddy …

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Upcoming Changes to Oakville Commercial Licenses

Are you a hairdresser, arborist, driving school teacher or one of 36 other companies who needs a city-issued permit to operate in Oakville? If so, you’ll want to check out the suggested changes to the city’s licensing system and have your say. City staff are currently reviewing the licenses, with …

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Generative Design Market SWOT Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Massive Growth 2021

Global Applicant Tracking System Market report addresses the issues existing in the global Applicant Tracking System industry and provides suggestions for overcoming the risks in the global Applicant Tracking System Market. The report forecasts the expected growth rates, market share, marker size and market position of the global Applicant Tracking …

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Union Minister commends Haryana for restoring Aravalli landscape

Bhupender Yadav, Union Minister for Forests and Climate Change and Labor and Employment, has congratulated Haryana on his work in restoring the Aravalli landscape. In a letter to Prime Minister Manohar Lal Bhattar, Yadav has commended the state government’s efforts in making the Aravalli Biodiversity Park in Gurugram, which has …

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Supply bottlenecks in greenhouses hit the crucial moment for the industry | main edition

EAST EARL, Pa. – Greenhouse operators are struggling to get supplies as they prepare for a year of trying to keep their pandemic boom going. Plants themselves seem plentiful, but pots and soil media are in short supply due to labor and other issues, said Brian Sullivan, sales manager at …

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On the subway this morning, I looked up and saw an advertisement for a new cryptocurrency. Following More preciselyI looked up at a bright red rectangle behind a large white font that read: It’s never too late to be early. We are in the midst of a speculative boom that …

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As part of its Shell Shocker offerings, Newegg is offering $100 Lowe’s gift cards $90 with free digital delivery. This is a 10% discount and essentially free credit from Lowe if you plan to spend at least that much there over the next few months or more. Considering that most …

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Ivory House / Lee Jae Architects

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Amundi US Announces Monthly Distributions for Pioneer Closed-End Funds | shop

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mar. February 2022– Amundi US today announced distribution declarations for six closed-end Pioneer funds for February 2022. Ex Date: February 17, 2022 Date of recording: February 18, 2022 Payable: February 28, 2022 ticker Taxable Funds distribution per share Change from Last month HNW Pioneer Diversified High Income Fund, Inc. …

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Calendar: Take part in the eighth annual Granada Grand Festival of the Arts

Opening reception of the exhibition “Songs of Self”. When: 5-7 p.m Where: The Casements, 25 Riverside Drive Details: The Florida Women’s Arts Association is presenting this group exhibition at The Casements Gallery, which will run February 3-28, and all are invited to a complimentary opening champagne reception. Over 30 artists …

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A personal loan is usually an unsecured loan, which means you don’t have to post collateral. Thus, the lender will have nothing to seize in the event of default. However, we do not encourage you to default on your personal loans, as this has consequences. One of these consequences affects …

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Industry meets in Minneapolis: CEG

(LR): The Lano Equipment sales team, consisting of Nick Lano, Joel Theis and Riley Ness, brought some equipment to show visitors to Northern Green. Northern Green was back in person, bringing green industry leaders from five states to the Minneapolis Convention Center on January 11-13. The event is the largest …

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Kerzner International and Lone Mountain Land Company announce One&Only Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana

Ultra-luxury resort and exclusive private home community redefines hospitality in Big Sky Lone Mountain Land Company (“LMLC”) and Kerzner International Holdings Limited (“Kerzner”) are pleased to announce One&Only Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana, the first One&Only resort and residential community in the United States. The addition of One&Only Moonlight …

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Scientists studying pollination of fig species that form live root bridges in Meghalaya have identified a fig wasp, Platycapa clavigera, from rubber fig trees in the state. This is the first record of the species in the region, which represents the westernmost part of the fig’s range and is restricted …

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SANTA CRUZ Mutari offers treats for Valentine’s Day Mutari Craft Chocolate (504A Front St., 831-687-8141) offers special Valentine’s Day boxes of homemade chocolate truffles, including collaborations with Venus Spirits and Far West Fungi. They are available in sets of four, nine or 16 and include a Valentine’s card. Hours of …

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Canadian fintech Koho raises $210m and eyes payday loan market

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TheatreSquared wins international architecture prize

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – According to a press release, TheatreSquared has been awarded the International Architecture Prize 2021 in the “Museums and Cultural Buildings” category. The International Architecture Awards are dedicated to recognizing excellence in architecture and urban design from a global perspective. The program recognizes new developments in design …

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Artificial intelligence creates new opportunities, but also harbors new risks for companies and society. the AI C Suite toolbox aims to help business leaders seize opportunities and understand the risks of AI by asking a set of key questions. The World Economic Forum published the AI C suite toolkit Support …

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons took the world by storm upon its release in 2020. It coincided perfectly with the first round of COVID-19 lockdowns and players were overjoyed to have a virtual world where they could play with friends, design a home and go outside without fear. RELATED: 10 anime …

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New Year’s resolution: Order plants instead of sourdough bread! We finally made it to 2022. We are tired but still battling a form of Covid. Many of us avoid crowds to stay healthy. One activity you can do while in confiscation is planning your garden for the year ahead. Now …

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The average grocery bill has risen like everything else: fruit is five percent more expensive than before the pandemic, while onions are up 5.1 percent between November and December 2021 alone. Food poverty activist Jack Monroe pointed out this week that the cost of shopping is even higher in real …

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Why banks are eliminating overdraft fees | Smart Change: Personal Finances

Chanelle Besette The average overdraft fees costs consumers $35 per breach, making it an inconvenient and frustrating part of everyday banking for many people. But some big banks — Capital One, Bank of America, Truist, US Bank and Wells Fargo — have recently taken steps to reduce or eliminate overdraft …

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Dynamic artificial turf installation revitalizes Costa Mesa home

King Turf recently installed over 1,900 square feet of artificial turf storage shed platinum and Pet Lawn Artificial grass in a house in Costa Mesa, CA TigerTurf Platinum artificial grass has a triple color scheme of field green, clover and apple leaf tones with brown straw and has a 2 …

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The landscape of homelessness in New Haven is changing. Here are some ways the city is trying to help.

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(Updated at 5:10 p.m.) On N. Kirkwood Road, amidst a sea of ​​brick homes, a sleek contemporary black and white house with pink trimmings stands out from the crowd. Designed by local architect Paola Lugli of PLDESIGNSTUDIO, the Black & White House with a Touch of Pink is one of …

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The proposed ban on oil and gas drilling would help protect New Mexico’s remarkable landscape

Located in the high desert of northwestern New Mexico, the Greater Chaco Landscape offers a glimpse into the unique culture of the Native Americans who lived there hundreds of years ago. The area was the center of Chacoan culture for more than 400 years beginning around AD 850 and is …

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – What began with applause during a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the mayor of Louisville has fallen silent. Garden Girl Foods opened a store at 501 W Oak St in Old Louisville last February. Now shopkeeper Whitney Powers says she was left with no choice but to vacate …

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Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla promoted three to shareholders

Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla PC at Red Bank have three made shareholders in their real estate, land use and redevelopment practice. The promotions of Adam Garcia, Brian Shemesh and Evan Zimmerman took effect on January 1. Garcia, a real estate shareholder, focuses on land use disputes on behalf of developers …

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It used to be thought that one learning platform would meet all of an organization’s training needs. That’s not the case. Learning ecosystems continue to evolve and grow as more tools and technologies are developed. Using multiple products, each targeting specific niches, offers unique benefits, but this evolution can also …

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