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Signs appearing marking new Port St. Lucie neighborhoods

WPTV | 13 Nov 2019

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla.Port St. Lucie is a sprawling city of 120 square miles with 195-thousand people but the city is trying not to lose a neighborhood feel. Judy Sekscenski says what drew her to Port St. Lucie decades ago, was the aesthetics of the neighborhood

Do�a Ana County Commission votes down PACE loan finance district

La Cruces Sun-News | 13 Nov 2019

In a 3-2 vote, the board voted down the creation of a renewable energy finance district to fund a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan program. ...

Our View: Cold nights a reminder of need to expand options for homeless

Fayetteville Observer | 13 Nov 2019

Tuesday Nov 12, 2019 at 7:19 PM The hard freeze descending on much of the nation has come to Fayetteville, with overnight temperatures for Tuesday and Wednesday expected to be in the 20s. For the city’s homeless population, these are “white flag” nights, where temperatures or the wind chill is below 32 degrees, and homeless people

Robert Marley, first UND president candidate, meets with faculty

Grand Forks Herald | 13 Nov 2019

The first candidate for the UND president’s job met with faculty Tuesday morning. Robert Marley, professor of engineering management at the Missouri University of Science and Technology, answered questions from faculty for more than an hour Tuesday, Nov. 12,, covering a number of topics from diversity to the impact budget cuts have had on campus

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2-1-1 San Diego receives grant for California tax credit outreach

San Diego Union-Tribune | 13 Nov 2019

San Diego's resource and information hotline has been awarded $376,000 in grant funds to help support and increase awareness of state tax credits for working families, officials said Tuesday. ...

Ayudando defendant pleads guilty in money laundering scheme

Albuquerque Journal | 13 Nov 2019

................................................................ Young’s mother, Susan Harris, 73, was the primary owner and founder of the now-defunct Albuquerque-based firm

Ethereum Price Prediction: ETH/USD Stuck in Range While the Price Fails to Cross $195

Inside Bitcoins | 13 Nov 2019

ETH Price Prediction – November 12 Ethereum price is trading in a broad range against the US Dollar, while Bitcoin is struggling. ETH/USD Market Key Levels: Resistance levels: $195, $200, $205 Support levels: $175, $170, $165 ETHUSD – Daily Chart Looking at the daily chart, it was discovered that the Ethereum price failed to continue above

Fresh charges for Sudan's Bashir over 1989 coup

The National | 13 Nov 2019

Sudanese authorities on Tuesday filed new charges against ousted leader Omar Al Bashir and some of his aides for "plotting" the 1989 coup that brought him to power, the country's protest movement said. Mr Bashir, who was a brigadier at the time, seized power in coup that toppled the then elected government of prime minister Sadiq Al

Poll: After Election, Seattle Is Ready to Tax Big Business and the Wealthy

The Stranger | 13 Nov 2019

A post-election poll commissioned by two unions, SEIU 775 and UFCW 21, echoes what voters appeared to be telling us last week: the people of Seattle overwhelmingly support taxing big business and the wealthy "to pay for vital services." Here's the . Here's the with crosstabs but apparently not with all the questions. According to the poll, 75

Ralphs’ pharmacists reject contract offer, authorize a strike

Daily Breeze | 13 Nov 2019

Pharmacists at Ralphs’ supermarket locations across Southern California have rejected the company’s contract offer and authorized its leaders to call a strike. A tentative agreement between Ralphs, Albertsons and Vons pharmacists represented by the United Food and Commercial Workers was reached Sept. 17 and�was pending ratification by

Lake Nona gets $20 million federal grant for driverless bus system, other improvements

Atlantic City | 13 Nov 2019

ORLANDO — Orange County has received a $20 million federal grant to expand its autonomous shuttle system at Lake Nona, a southeast Orlando neighborhood, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao said Tuesday, part of a combined $62 million in transportation awards to three Florida cities. Chao was at Lake Nona along with Gov. Ron DeSantis and

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U.S. Bancorp Receives Approval from Federal Reserve Board of Governors for Additional Capital Distribution

Public Technologies | 13 Nov 2019

PDF Version MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 12, 2019-- U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB) announced today that it has received approval from the Federal Reserve Board of Governors for an incremental share repurchase plan to be executed in conjunction with its current share repurchase authorization. As a result, the company's board of directors has

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Public Technologies | 13 Nov 2019

3Q19 Table of Contents I. Credicorp 1. Vision and Mission 5 2. Portfolio Business 6 3. Lines of Business (LoB) 7 4. Management Structure 8 5. Shareholders' Structure 9 6. Credicorp Ltd. Guidance 10 7. Financial Performance a. Overview 11 b. Earnings Contributions 13 c. Financial Evolution 15 d. Interest Earning Assets 16 e. Funding Sources 20 f.

Silvercorp Declares Semi-Annual Dividend of US$0.0125 per Share

Public Technologies | 13 Nov 2019

Silvercorp Declares Semi-Annual Dividend of US$0.0125 per Share VANCOUVER, British Columbia - November 12, 2019 - Silvercorp Metals Inc. ('Silvercorp' or the 'Company') (TSX/NYSE American: SVM) is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors declared a semi-annual dividend of US$0.0125 per share to be paid to all shareholders of record at the

Kling and friends to tell stories around the 'charred underbelly' of the Yule log

Public Technologies | 13 Nov 2019

If you're from Minnesota or have just lived here for a while, you know that there are a lot of tales to be told around this state. There's Paul Bunyan and Babe, his Blue Ox. There's the big fish that got away. Coming soon to Saint John's University is someone well known for telling these kinds of stories. Kevin Kling is a native Minnesotan

Resist Polis PAC relaunches as the Colorado Freedom Force

Colorado Politics | 13 Nov 2019

They’re baaaack. The Resist Polis PAC, one of two groups that led the effort during the summer to collect petition signatures to recall Gov. Jared Polis, is taking another shot at political action and plan to take their fight to the state Capitol. “Colorado Politics will never be the same again,” the Recall Polis website (which is run by the Resist

Denver's minimum wage hike heads to final vote, but not without a few more changes

Colorado Politics | 13 Nov 2019

The city's latest minimum wage proposal requires Denver employers to pay hourly employees $12.85 beginning New Year’s Day. Come 2021, wages will increase to $14.77 and again to $15.87 at the start of 2022. (Photo by IcemanJ, istockphoto) Denver’s push to reach a nearly $16 minimum wage is nearing the finish line, but not without lingering concerns

Republicans plan to focus on Trump's 'state of mind,' intentions about Ukraine call

Democratic Underground | 13 Nov 2019

Republicans have circulated a lengthy memorandum to their members on the House Intelligence, Oversight and Foreign Affairs committees that lays out their strategy ahead of public

Foresight Energy LP Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results

Ellensburg Daily Record | 13 Nov 2019

ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 12, 2019-- Foresight Energy LP (“Foresight” or the “Partnership”) (OTCQX: FELPU) today reported financial and operating results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2019. Foresight generated third quarter coal sales revenues of $181.5 million on sales volumes of 4.7 million tons, resulting in a net loss of $34.1

Tamil Nadu sanctions 600 crore for six medical colleges

The Times of India | 13 Nov 2019

Chennai: The state government has identified locations for setting up six new medical colleges in six districts and released 600 crore for kickstarting the construction work. While this would increase the number of MBBS seats in the state by 900, the government is likely to begin admissions by 2021. Land has been identified and transferred for

Funding to help transform how people manage their money awarded to firms

AOL | 13 Nov 2019

Funding which could help transform how people manage their money has been awarded across 15 financial technology firms. The “open up 2020 challenge” – which has a total £1.5 million prize pot – encourages firms with ideas to help people better manage their financial lives, from saving and budgeting to help with debts.