WASHINGTON (AP) Putting fellow Republicans in the hot seat, President Donald Trump is calling for quick and substantial changes to the nation gun laws even as he criticizes lawmakers for being too fearful of the National Rifle Association to act.Trump held a freewheeling, televised meeting with lawmakers at the White House that stretched for an hour Wednesday, and he rejected both his party incremental approach and its strategy that has stalled action on gun legislation.Giving hope to Democrats, he said he favored a approach to addressing violence such as February shooting at a Florida high school, although he offered no details.Instead, Trump again voiced support for expanded background checks. He endorsed increased school security and more mental health resources, and he reaffirmed his support for raising the age to 21 for purchasing some firearms. (Feb.
“Scientific studies indicate that a stream should have approximately 30 metres of undisturbed vegetation buffers on each side to help ensure the stream system remains healthy,” continued Hofer. “The City currently ensures that these buffers remain when new development is proposed around creeks, but some of the older parts of our community were built before such regulations were in place. We see this particularly in the Glen Urquhart watershed where some parts of the creek have little or even no buffer.”.
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At the Dept of Public Works’ Gedney Recycling Yard residents can recycle just about anything. The Gedney Yard is also home to the Take it or Leave it (TiLi) Shed where residents can leave their perfectly good but no longer wanted items and browse the items others have left to find something they have always wanted. The TiLi is open Sat.
LOSEE, Margaret W. E. Margaret Losee, 86, of People Care, Tavistock died peacefully at Stratford General Hospital on Sunday, January 7, 2018. Plan to move to Australia to study child psychology next year, he said. Dad was a musician, so growing up I was able to see the benefits of incorporating music into a child life. I have always wanted to work with kids.