Town Development Committee (vice chairman, Cllr Terry Ray) the council welcomed proposals from Mike Luton, South Gloucestershire Council project officer for consultation on the urban pattern and character of the Rock Street/ Bath Road area to provide design guidance for whatever development eventually takes place. Cllr Neil Halsall, speaking about the proposals for replacement youth and community buildings on part of the site, pointed out that the need was urgent as a recent survey had identified 500,000 worth of necessary repairs within the next three years. A project steering group of officers and primary users has already been set up..
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Have been a lot of businesses coming to the Accelerator and connections we made recently, I think within the last year, that have really been asking for assistance for business development and growth and they just happen to be surrounding the film industry, whether they be a production studio, a vendor looking to connect with a production studio, or a producer, or a media of some sort, said Schouten. It really within the last year that it been brought to our attention. The Hudson Valley region has been known for some time for its arts community: independent films, studio recording, live theatre, music, etcetera, but to make the region marketable to projects, some adjustments still need to be made..
This is where it gets politically complicated. For the past several generations, retiring has been viewed as a right that people have earned by working the right to collect the pension their company has promised them, the right to collect the Social Security they’ve been paying into. For some, retiring early is also a signifier of wealth and accomplishment.
Cranford Avenue resident Judith Gutman said her GMC Terrain was broken into twice: one a month ago and before that, last summer. First time they stole my change compartment including all the quarters I had in there, she said. Second time they stole my car cell phone charger and my Ray Ban sunglasses.
The “oldest profession” is still alive and well today in Thunder Bay, according to Ray, who works with Ontario HIV/AIDS Strategy in assisting women who engage in the sex trade. Ray views these women, who often utilize ONWA’s many programs, as victims who are left with no choice other than to work as prostitutes. She knows many of them to be survivors of childhood traumas..