Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook development site on indefinite hold as agreement extension lapses

This view from the upper level of the 377-space Cleveland Heights parking garage shows some of the 189 spaces in and around the surface parking lot behind the Cedar Lee Theatre, part of a proposed redevelopment site that City Council may revisit in September. CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — First, the good news about the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook development site: Parking will remain ...

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Community group’s request for public safety proposals released

Brattleboro Police Chief Michael Fitzgerald holds a community forum at the Common, in Brattleboro, Vt., to talk about the police department and get feedback from the community on how to improve on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. BRATTLEBORO — With a public safety review process to begin locally after nationwide protests over racial inequities and police brutality, community members have submitted ...

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Request for Proposal: Proposals for providing assistance to homeless households to obtain ID cards

Commerce is initiating this Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit proposals from entities interested in providing assistance to homeless households in collecting documentation and obtaining a Washington state standard ID card. Commerce intends to award one contract to one county west of the crest of the Cascade mountain range with a population of one million or more and one county ...

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Glendale leaves door open for new Christmas light company next year

Christmas lights are on display in downtown Glendale for the 2018 Glendale Glitters holiday lights event. In recent years, the light display has featured 1.6 million bulbs across 16 blocks.  The same company has lit up downtown Glendale for the annual Glendale Glitters holiday lights display for the last 19 years. Instead of signing that company for another five years, ...

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Wakayama’s IR bout

IAG takes a look at how Wakayama prefecture is responding to concerns over an IR development by local opposition groups. Ever since it was decided that integrated resorts would grace the islands of Japan, the “casino” part of the equation has sparked active debate. The fact that casinos represent the driving engine of IRs is the main issue all of Japan’s ...

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Chairwoman Johnson and Ranking Member Lucas Encourage NOAA to Incorporate Scientific Innovation into Earth Prediction Innovation Center

The Earth Prediction Innovation Center (EPIC) was authorized by Congress to create a community-driven modeling system that leverages innovations from the broader weather enterprise. On November 20, 2019, the Subcommittee on Environment held a hearing titled, “A Task of EPIC Proportions: Reclaiming U.S. Leadership in Weather Modeling and Prediction.” At the hearing expert witnesses testified that EPIC must be independent, autonomous, ...

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Rise to a bright new world with Sun Life

OVER 10,000 viewers tuned in Sun Life Philippines’ biggest virtual event so far this year dubbed “Sun Talks Virtual Conference” which gathered multi-disciplinary experts in wealth and health. Rallying the theme “Rise Together to a Bright New World,” the event was created to encourage Filipinos to begin their journey to recovery from the impact of the pandemic by channeling their ...

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Saab Offers Gripen To Canada | Turkey Deploys Combat Choppers To Azerbaijan | DoS Approves FMS To Philippines

Americas Swedish company Saab submitted  its proposal for the Future Fighter Capability Project (FFCP) to Canada. The proposal comprises 88 Gripen E fighter aircraft, with a comprehensive support and training package and an industrial and technological benefits program. The submission is a formal response to the Request for Proposal (RFP) issued by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) on July 23, 2019. Saab is ...

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McCormack school land grab

An insidious land grab process is occurring in the middle of a pandemic. A sports field, playground and basketball courts are currently used by McCormack students and abutters. Google Earth image An insidious land grab process is occurring in the middle of a pandemic. The city is attempting to develop the green space nestled between the John McCormack and Paul ...

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Flemington Council Approves Municipal Salaries, Decides to Investigate Hiring Borough Administrator

FLEMINGTON, NJ – The Flemington governing body is tightening its belt in response to Covid-19’s financial impact.   With court-based revenues from traffic tickets and other fine-able offenses well-below anticipated levels, the council voted to reduce the salary increase scheduled for non-union employees from 2.5 percent to 2 percent. The only exceptions are the public defender, the assistant prosecutor and ...

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Plans to resume MyCiTi Express service in doubt

Cape Town – Taxi association Codeta has poured cold water on the City’s plans for a new service provider to resume the suspended MyCiTi N2 Express service. The service has been at a standstill since last May last year when the City failed to reach an agreement over its operation before the contract with the current shareholders, including the Golden ...

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Soldiers killed in twin attacks in central Mali, political crisis continues

Malian army soldiers patrol the area next to the river of Djenne in central Mali on February 28, 2020.  Mali’s army suffered new losses in twin attacks Sunday that left at least five soldiers dead as the Sahel country was mired in a political crisis sparking international concern. Five soldiers were killed and five were wounded in an ambush on ...

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Resolute Forest Products Inc. (NYSE:RFP) Forecast to gain 23.76% to hit Consensus price target

Resolute Forest Products Inc. (NYSE:RFP) has a beta value of 2.92 and has seen 1,045,633 shares traded in the last trading session. The company, currently valued at $264.7 Million, closed the last trade at $3.03 per share which meant it lost -$0.48 on the day or -13.68% during that session. The RFP stock price is -77.56% off its 52-week high ...

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Mass. Nixes Separate Offshore Tx RFP

Massachusetts officials said they will not require utilities to solicit proposals for an independent transmission network for the 1,600 MW of offshore wind energy already procured, but recommended bundling transmission in its next OSW solicitation. | BOEM Source: https://rtoinsider.com/massachusetts-nixes-separate-offshore-tx-rfp-169878/

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Japan IR survey shows ongoing willingness to invest but strong push to postpone selection processes due to COVID

A survey by the Japan IR Association (JIRA) to study the impact of COVID-19 on the nation’s IR development has found that two-thirds of respondents cite no change to their desire to participate in Japan’s integrated resort business. However, a majority believe the current schedule for IR development should be postponed for at least a year. According to the results ...

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Cricket Business : Nike declines to renew, BCCI invites bids for Team Kit Sponsor and Merchandise Partner rights

It’s official now. Nike has declined to renew the deal to continue as Indian Cricket team’s Kit Sponsor. That is reason, Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) has called for fresh tenders. The BCCI has invited bids for the Indian Cricket’s Team Kit Sponsor and Official Merchandising Partner Rights through a tender process.“The Nike’s was a four-year deal for 370 crore with ...

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Mali protests to resume if opposition demands are rejected

The Malian M5-RFP opposition coalition will today continue its protests, which have transpired since June 5 despite calls from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to end the political crisis. Led by the popular imam Mahmoud Dicko, the protests were ignited in response to contested local elections, ongoing corruption and extreme poverty. ECOWAS has called for the votes ...

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3 contractors protest $3.8M Marpi landfill deal

THREE contractors have filed a protest against the awarding of a contract for Marpi’s landfill operation to a new company. Success International Corp., and Tang’s Corp. filed their protest on July 14 while SM Enterprises filed its protest on July 15. In their letters to Procurement and Supply acting Director Francisco Aguon, the three contractors  cited conflict of interest and ...

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Sasol calls for bids for 10 MW solar plants at Mpumalanga, Free State operations

The Secunda complex Chemicals and energy group Sasol has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the development of two embedded solar photovoltaic (PV) facilities of 10 MW apiece at its operations in Secunda, in Mpumalanga, and Sasolburg, in the Free State. The closing date for submissions is Friday, October 2. The successful independent power producers (IPPs) would be expected ...

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OAKLU Receives $100B in RFPs in the Last 30 Days

EDMONTON, AB.  — Oaklu President Morgan Reynolds reported the company was asked for proposals to build its Turnkey Hospital™ facilities, affordable housing projects ranging from 50,000-500,000 units, and energy projects with contracts totaling USD $100 billion. Mr. Reynolds said his goal was to build better communities, not to get into the Guinness Book of Records, but he could appear in their pages, nevertheless. ...

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