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Arkansas

Arkansas approves $79 million for upgrades to aging water systems statewide

Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes ofwebsite accessibilityArkansas approves $79 million for upgrades to aging water systems statewide Sat, 18 May 2024 04:17:51 GMT (1716005871926) Gallery – News3 v1.0.0 (common) 152d86e5a554622a421c16e9a26bf8c604fc1d8e 753af8f59c6a35b209ebbd81db7acb4647248964 Fallback Presentation. Using deprecated PresentationRouter. Click Here For This Articles Original Source.

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City Council

City engineer warns Conroe City Council about diminishing water capacity amid growth | #citycouncil

During Conroe City Council’s April 24 workshop meeting, City Engineer Chris Bogert told council he has serious concerns about the city’s water capacity and said development is outpacing infrastructure. What happened As part of an update on capital improvement program projects, Bogert told council members the city has already done the easy things, such as […]

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Arkansas

Northwest Arkansas officials to address growth challenges with regional strategy • Arkansas Advocate

To address challenges created by Northwest Arkansas’ unprecedented growth, community leaders announced plans Tuesday to collaborate on the development of a regional growth strategy.  Finding solutions to byproducts of the region’s expansion, such as a lack of affordable housing and increased traffic congestion, was the focus of the NWA Council’s spring meeting Tuesday in Bentonville.  […]

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Mayor

Watch: New York City Mayor Eric Adams says no major earthquake damage

Watch: New York City Mayor Eric Adams says no major earthquake damage – CBS News Watch CBS News New York City Mayor Eric Adams updated reporters and outlined how officials are assessing for any injuries, loss of life or potential damage to infrastructure after an earthquake rattled the city and its surrounding areas Friday. CBS […]

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Mayor

Mayor Roth describes Hawai‘i County as strong, ambitious, sustainable in annual address : Big Island Now

To combat the rising costs of housing, healthcare, and daily essentials Mayor Mitch Roth announced during the State of the County address his plan to ask the Hawai‘i County Council to decrease property taxes based on a close examination of the county budget. Mayor Mitch Roth addressed community in State of the County on March […]

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Arkansas

Legislative panel OKs $25 million for Arkansas water systems • Arkansas Advocate

The Arkansas Agriculture Department’s Natural Resources Division will distribute more than $25 million in loans and grants to public water systems throughout the state, pending further legislative approval. The Arkansas Legislative Council’s Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review (PEER) subcommittee approved the money Tuesday for the third year of a five-year, federally-funded program, the Drinking Water State […]

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Alabama

Alabama showdown looms between Carl and Moore | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

The member vs. member primary in Alabama between GOP Reps. Jerry Carl and Barry Moore is exposing a growing rivalry as it enters its final week.  The Super Tuesday contest will end the congressional career of one of the lawmakers, who are both in their second terms. In advertisements, both men have sought to paint […]

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Alabama

Wes Kitchens wins Alabama Senate District 9 seat | #elections | #alabama

Rep. Wes Kitchens of Arab won the Republican nomination for Senate District 9 on Tuesday night, outpacing two other challengers.  The win makes Kitchens the senator for the district, which became vacant after former Senate Majority Leader Clay Scofield, R-Arab, left to join the Business Council of Alabama after about 13 years in the Alabama […]

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City Council

Kalispell City Council to put local government review before voters | #citycouncil

During a short meeting Monday, Kalispell City Council unanimously approved a slate of resolutions, including one putting a possible review of local government before voters this spring. Municipalities must query voters on whether to review local government every 10 years under state law. If residents back the idea at the ballot box during the June […]

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