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Closely followed Woodbridge zoning case enters new phase

The CT Mirror 11 Apr 2021
The applicants—Yale Law School students, land-use attorneys, civil-rights lawyers, a developer, a planning consultant, and a professional engineer, all speaking on behalf of the Open Communities Alliance—implored Woodbridge to treat single-family and multi-family housing equally ... Woodbridge consultant Glenn Chalder and attorney Tim Herbst.
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Biden administration punts on DAPL shutdown, likely leaving pipeline's fate to federal judge

Duluth News Tribune 10 Apr 2021
A Department of Justice attorney told the court that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers does not have plans to shut the pipeline down "at this time," though he said that could change based on their ongoing environmental review and consultations with North Dakota and tribal officials ... ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
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Biden administration punts on DAPL shutdown, possibly leaving pipeline's fate to federal judge

Bemidji Pioneer 10 Apr 2021
A Department of Justice attorney told the court that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers does not have plans to shut the pipeline down "at this time," though he said that could change based on their ongoing environmental review and consultations with North Dakota and tribal officials.
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Local Roundup: 04-10-2021

The News Banner 10 Apr 2021
Friends of the Shelter will meet Monday afternoon. Friends of the Shelter, the organization that provides support for the Bluffton/Wells County Animal Shelter, will meet at 5.30 p.m ... Market St ... Washington St ... • Project engineering status update. • A report from Mark Burry, the RSD’s attorney ... • Consideration of a tax abatement for Star Engineering ... .
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No immediate shutdown for Dakota Access Pipeline, Biden administration says

Duluth News Tribune 09 Apr 2021
A Department of Justice attorney told the court that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers does not have plans to shut the pipeline down at this time, though he said that their position could change based on consultations with North Dakota and tribal officials ... ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
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Board Member Throws Hearing into Limbo

The Tribune Papers 09 Apr 2021
The board asked for a poll after Attorney John Noor, representing those against allowing the project’s height variance, started a line of questioning with Jeff Moore who is the Bluff’s traffic engineer. Derek Allen, the Bluff’s Attorney, objected to the line of questioning, saying it didn’t have any relevance to the building’s height.
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Biden administration will not shut down Dakota Access Pipeline during environmental review, DOJ lawyer tells court

News-Press Now 09 Apr 2021
Government attorney Ben Schifman told a federal judge on Friday that the Army Corps of Engineers, which handles permits for the pipeline, "is essentially in a continuous process of evaluating" and gathering information. An attorney representing the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, which has been challenging the pipeline, said he is "deeply disappointed.".
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Stay away from Putin-style governance

Laurel Outlook 08 Apr 2021
SB 266 tells the engineers to follow directions from the Montana Attorney General (a government lawyer) on how to run the plant. And if the engineers don’t do what the government lawyer tells them to do in their own plant, the lawyer can fine the companies $100,000 a day.
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Georgia Black Women’s Roundtable Break from Battling Voter Suppression to Honor Valiant Women of the Vote

Odessa American 08 Apr 2021
Refusing to Be Silenced.” ... A co-founding partner with the law firm of Johnson Hopewell Coleman, Commissioner Johnson has been a practicing attorney for more than 33 years, concentrating in family law ... Commissioner Cupid is an attorney and former mediator, policy analyst and manufacturing process engineer ... Mentored by renowned civil rights leader, Dr.
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O'Fallon, Mo., mayor prevails; Maplewood elects first Black mayor

News-Press Now 07 Apr 2021
O’FALLON, Mo. — Longtime O’Fallon Mayor Bill Hennessy won a fourth term Tuesday night with a wide lead against four challengers vying to unseat him in the St ... St ... In St ... Gotway, a retired Boeing engineer who has represented Ward 3 since 2013, won with a 16-point margin over Zucker, a retired attorney and businessman seeking a second term in office ... .
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Maplewood, Alton elect first Black mayors; Belleville elects first woman mayor in upsets to local incumbents

News-Press Now 07 Apr 2021
Voters in Maplewood and Alton made history Tuesday by electing their first Black mayors, unseating incumbents running for reelection ... Walker ... In St ... Gotway, a retired Boeing engineer who has represented Ward 3 since 2013, won with a 16-point margin over Zucker, a retired attorney and businessman seeking a second term in office ... In St ... Louis region ... 1.22.
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Crony capitalism in the Montana Capitol

Independent Record 06 Apr 2021
SB 266 tells the engineers to follow directions from the Montana attorney general (a government lawyer) on how to run the plant. And if the engineers don’t do what the government lawyer tells them to do in their own plant, the lawyer can fine the companies $100,000 a day.
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independence council procurement policy

The Independence Examiner 06 Apr 2021
But not all are keen about putting all contracts on the council agendas, especially for the extra time it would take ... According to city staff, Independence enters into about 300 professional services contracts each year, ranging from work with architects and engineers to insurance companies and attorneys ... “We do see them.”. Facebook ... Email.
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Opinion: Crony capitalism in the Montana Capitol

Missoulian 05 Apr 2021
SB 266 tells the engineers to follow directions from the Montana attorney general (a government lawyer) on how to run the plant. And if the engineers don’t do what the government lawyer tells them to do in their own plant, the lawyer can fine the companies $100,000 a day.
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Guest opinion: Stop legislators from acting like Putin's pups

Billings Gazette 04 Apr 2021
SB 266 tells the engineers to follow directions from the Montana Attorney General (a government lawyer) on how to run the plant. And if the engineers don’t do what the government lawyer tells them to do in their own plant, the lawyer can fine the companies $100,000 a day.

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