Animal shelter gets funds to repair

March 16, 2018  |  Posted by Owner

The Yukon government is contributing $22,000 in order to help the Mae Bachur Animal Shelter improve its heating unit and prevent the outbreak of diseases. Part of the work includes sealing up cracks in the floor of the shelter s seclusion space, where sick animals are looked after. Highly contagious diseases such as the parvovirus can endure for approximately 7 years in those cracks, according to Dan Moore, the shelter s executive director.

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Upper Moreland School Board OKs policy

March 15, 2010  |  Posted by Owner

By an 8-0 vote March 29, the board passed a motion for change orders of less than $10,000 to be handled by the superintendent and company supervisor, with approval by the board at its following meeting. Modification orders between $10,001 and $25,000 would need approval by the centers committee, on the suggestion of the superintendent and company supervisor, and then ratification by the full board at its next meeting. Lastly, for modification orders of $25,001 or more, board evaluation would be required, to be followed by board approval at its next meeting.

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Authorities: Guy scammed Oceanside

March 16, 2018  |  Posted by Owner

Authorities: Guy scammed Oceanside company out of $7,500 boiler repair He cashed a $7,500 check, promising to repair a damaged boiler, Nassau County authorities stated. Orin Morris, 48, of Queens, never ever did the work, cops said. Now, Morris, of 103-18 169th St., is under arrest, charged Wednesday with third-degree grand larceny. . Learn about free government boiler scheme at

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Prior to the vote was taken, board member Al DerMovsesian described the district was progressing with a number of modifications at the middle school, however that the board would not be satisfying in July. He explained it was essential to have policies in location to provide a breakdown on how modification orders would be handled.


The board enacted January to put the 2nd stage of the middle school job up for quote, and in February, it authorized an agreement with D Huy Engineering to supply services in support of KCBA Architects during bidding, construction and closeout of the work. Last September, the board