Approval was given for a prior purchase of mosquito control chemicals in the amount of $14,483. The chemicals were purchased to allow the city to finish the spray season, which city engineer Tom Mansur described as a success. He said the city had received 25 to 30 calls, which ended with the application of the chemicals..
A full time job at a good wage is not enough to secure an apartment in Leduc, according to one new resident.Judith Friesen relocated to Leduc for work in January and has struggled to find permanent housing, even though she and her adult son earn enough to make rent on a two bedroom apartment.Friesen said she applied for a suite at a west end apartment complex, for $1,340 a month, and was told she and her son each had to earn three times the monthly rent.looked at [the property manager] and said of us? You want me to bring home $3,600, by myself, over and above, my rent? She said, the rules here, said Friesen, who works in accounts receivable at a Nisku business.a professional. I work in accounting. I don look like a crackhead, she said.
When reading James Baldwin, she saw herself as being like him: “We are both Negroes, and we are both intellectuals,” she read. Yet Jefferson also identified as a “she reader” who lamented the male dominated literary canon. The two identities collided when Jefferson discovered that Baldwin had likened her beloved Little Womento Uncle Tom’s Cabin,which Baldwin and others have attacked on the grounds that it presents a demeaning view of blacks.
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsA 58 year old Plymouth man is being cited for following too close and causing a 4 vehicle accident on Highway 23 at Whispering Springs Boulevard in Fond du Lac Sunday afternoon that injured ten people. Kenneth Behr was not injured, but his semi struck hit a pickup truck trying to go around an SUV that slowed to make a turn. Fond du Lac Assistant Police Chief Steve Klein says after that the pickup pushed the SUV into the opposite lane where it struck a mini van.
From its Earth Institute to its architecture school, Columbia is a globally recognized leader in academic research on climate change and sustainable development. “There is agreement from the top down, the University is committed to helping to protect our environment,” said Wilmouth Elmes (SEAS’80), associate vice president for engineering and technical services at Manhattanville. “The systems we put in place use less energy, less water and less electricity.”.