First, Kemper did not request the helipad for his personal use. Kemper requested the helipad because tenants (Bellevue residents) asked for it. It is open to any helicopter that abides by the safety rules. The result of an imposed cap without suitable fiscal curtailment on the part of the state would make local services which the County provides, such as road repair, snow plowing, road patrol, as well as senior and veteran services to mention a few, totally unfundable. There simply would not be any tax dollars left to pay for these services after the County fulfilled its obligation to fund the state mandated program cost increases. These are mandated programs, I should add so that there is no misunderstanding, that by law must be paid..
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Some individuals have expressed concerns that prohibiting veterinarians from performing cosmetic surgeries will lead to breeders or owners performing the surgery themselves. This, however, has not been seen to be the case in other jurisdictions that have passed similar bans in Canada. There is an exception for veterinarians who may cause distress to an animal by virtue of performing a medically necessary procedure in accordance with the standards of the profession.
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In comments filed in response to an AT Mobility Petition for Rule Making seeking a new air to ground communications system on 2.3 GHz Wireless Communications Service (WCS) spectrum, the ARRL has once again asked the FCC to elevate the Amateur Service allocation at 2300 to 2305 MHz from secondary to primary. AT has asserted that restrictions on out of band emission and power limits to protect adjacent band users make the use of the C and D blocks problematic. The wireless provider asked the FCC for rule changes to permit deployment of its service “using currently fallow spectrum” while also “preserving adequate interference protection to users of adjacent bands.”.