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enjoyed watching jadoo show today... Very educating!! However, saddened at the state of affairs within our community! 1/2
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Congratulations to all of the All Media Coverage of Community & Regional Affairs finalists.
Oh, you have to be kidding me. Community Affairs already running really late, so lets talk about 'jihadis' on the dole.
community affairs committee right now. SLOW DIGI VERSION OF PACHELBEL'S CANNON.
Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs announces community events by VAhelpers
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The Community Affairs Committee hears first from the Department of Social Services
Taking Action Against Domestic Violence telethon - raise money for your community DV shelter via
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Wright State's Robert Sweeney honored for supporting, advancing the interests of the Hispanic community
are those standard NYPD 'community affairs' jackets? No weapons and tear gas, amazing.
Going away party for the Director of Community Affairs (@ District of Columbia Government — John A. Wilson Building)
A Celebration of Cultures! Last night the Multicultural Affairs and Community Development office held a parent...
New Hacienda Heights Community Center mixes beauty with utility
Learn about why banks have turned to solutions & how it helps the industry
Big thanks to Mary Elizabeth community affairs from for coming all the way from Cali to meet with us and sign the red wall
Join the Fellows this Friday to learn more about their findings on Public Safety!
John Tobin, Vice President of City and Community Affairs for Northeastern University joins Byron Barnett this...
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Jim Byard, Director of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, at the podium at the STARS...
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Clifton Park Office of Parks, Recreation and Community Affairs. Clifton Park community groups and not-for profits...
Hello Phriends! Special Olympics is looking for volunteers to help out at Foam Fest on June 20 and 21. (next weekend) SOMA has been given the opportunity to get a charitable donation from the Foam Fest event if they can provide 30 volunteers to help run the event. PHCOEM was asked if we could help provide a few of those volunteers needed for this event. If you are available next weekend and interested in helping out at this fun event please follow the link below to sign up as a volunteer. You will be able to chose the shift you want, although tasks are assigned once you arrive. Please be aware that while this is being sent out though PHCOEM it is not an official club event. Thanks! Carrie McNeil PHCOEM Community Affairs
Look at Anthony (DPD Community Affairs) starting the 5k bikers off @ Dallas Fair Park. 3536 Grand AVE, Dallas, Texas.
Fed Names Eric Belsky of Harvard Director of Consumer and Community Affairs - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Evan Frazier works as Senior Vice President of Community Affairs for Highmark Health where he oversees corporate giving, sponsorships, community programs/special events, employee volunteerism, and the Highmark Foundation. Highmark Health is a national diversified health and wellness company based in…
The public hearing to be held tomorrow night at the Board of Commissioners meeting for the rezoning of property on Highway 74 for the purpose of building a low income housing project has been CANCELED due to the application being withdrawn. Planning and Zoning Director Doug Currier, II released the following statement on the matter: Friday afternoon, the Upson County Building and Zoning Department received a request from Zimmerman Properties’ Southeast Region office in Montgomery Alabama, to remove its rezoning request from the Tuesday, May 13 Upson County Board of Commissioners regular meeting agenda. Mr. Matt Edwards, Vice President of Development – Southeast Region, explained that Zimmerman Properties did not receive its HOME request (low income housing loan and tax credit incentives) from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. As a result, the low income housing project is not financially feasible. Zimmerman Properties had proposed the rezoning of 11.5 acres of property fronting on E. Main S ...
The Real Obama... found on the web... what a list... WOW Obama’s term as Board Chair of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge in the mid-1990s where he and his colleague, unrepentant terrorist William Ayers, misused over $300 million in private donations meant to improve the education of minorities. Instead of spending the money on traditional learning programs, Obama and Ayers directed the funds to local community activists who wasted it on trying to “radicalize” the students. An official review of the program found that it was a complete and utter failure. As an Illinois State Senator, Obama directed tens of millions in state money to slumlords Valerie Jarrett and Tony Rezko meant to provide for housing for low income, minority tenants in return for political donations. Due to shoddy construction and nonexistent maintenance, the majority of the units, after less than 10 years of use, have been rendered uninhabitable. Michelle Obama’s politically connected $316,000 VP of Community Affairs job at Univer ...
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Senator Thrasher, the one that ensured SB 1714 was considered before the end of Community Affairs meeting, chairs Rules Committee
We are so excited to announce that Marcia Lynn-Sells is joining us at the Girls Symposium! Lynn-Sells is the Associate Vice President, Program Development Initiatives, for Columbia University, Office of Government and Community Affairs.
CALL YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN Monday March 30th PLEASE!!! An item on the Agenda for the New Braunfels City Council is as follows: Discuss and consider approval of a resolution of support of an Application for Low Income Housing Tax Credits to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for Westpointe Apartments, Ltd. (J. Jewell, Development Coordinator) The area being discussed is Westpointe Drive off Oak Run Parkway just behind the new HEB. Don't get me wrong. I am not against low income housing. I just feel that better master planning of this corridor of New Braunfels should have been in place! The people that have build homes in the $300,000 + price range are going to have a significant impact on their property values! You can say "so what" if you do not live in this area but please remember that these increasing prices benefit you as we'll. the tax money from these properties provide you with lower taxes and great infrastructure. Please please call you city councilman if you live in New Braunfel ...
Is Gov. Chris Christie a bad boss? An analysis By Mark J. Magyar Four weeks before Hurricane Sandy struck New Jersey and turned him into a media superstar, Gov. Chris Christie delivered a sarcastic but little-noticed evaluation of his own administration: “Sometimes, I know it’s going to be shocking for everyone to hear, government doesn’t always work the way it’s supposed to.” Christie’s comment was meant to be a flip throwaway line excusing the inexplicable 18-month failure of his Department of Community Affairs to get $300 million in federal foreclosure aid into the hands of tens of thousands of New Jerseyans. It wouldn’t happen again, Christie vowed. Nevertheless, the same agency last month was the subject of a Senate Legislative Oversight Committee hearing into its failure to get $600 million in federal aid into the hands of home­own­ers who lost their homes to Sandy. The agency has yet to fully explain its secret firings of two private contractors hired to administer Sandy relief prog ...
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CLARKESVILLE COMMUNITY RECEIVES OUTPOURING OF SUPPORT An outpouring of support is being offered from state and local government, local businesses, residents and members of the community as a result of last night’s devastating fire in downtown Clarkesville. Over half a dozen business/buildings were affected in the fire that occurred late Wednesday night. Many of these buildings were over 100 years old. Clarkesville City Hall is offering support in the form of free resources to those affected by the loss. The use of the conference room, fax and copy machine, phone as well as notary services will be available free of charge to those business owners who suffered damage. The old Habersham County Courthouse is also offering meeting space. Additionally, neighboring businesses and restaurants have donated food, water, coffee and general support to the safety crew, staff as well as the employees of the businesses affected. The Department of Community Affairs is sending a Recovery Team to downtown early next ...
Many thanks to the organizations who are co-sponsoring and supporting our upcoming March 9th Symposium: Friends of Japan, Columbia Japan Society, Center on Japanese Economy and Business at Columbia Business School, the Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University, the Vice President’s Office for Diversity and Community Affairs, the Japanese American Association of New York, Japanese Medical Support Network, Japanese Medical Society of America, and En Japanese Brasserie. Please be sure to register for our symposium in advanced! We hope to see you soon!
THE new Sports Minister, Dr. Tamuno Danagogo, can be described as a very lucky man following the circumstances that led to his new appointment. Born 44 years ago, Tamuno Danagogo hails from Abonema on Akoku Toru Local Council Area of Rivers State. He is a 1990 graduate of Law of the Rivers State University of Science and Technology, but came into limelight in 2004 when he was elected chairman of Akoku Toru Local Council Area under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) His closeness to the supervising Minister for Education, Nyesom Wike, helped in his nomination to serve as Commissioner for Chieftaincy and Community Affairs in the Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi administration in Rivers State. He also served as Commissioner for Urban Development in the same administration. He, however, resigned his appointment as a commissioner in the Amaechi administration in December when he told the governor that he would not join him to defect to the All Progressives Congress (APC). His resignation proved a blessi ...
Black History FACT: Andrea L. Taylor is the director for U.S. Community Affairs at Microsoft Corporation. In her role, Taylor set's the strategy for and manage the implementation of Microsoft's Unlimited Potential program; Puget Sound community engagement; and employee community programs in the U.S., including matching gifts and volunteering. Taylor works closely with nonprofit organizations, governments and businesses in the U.S. to advance employability and work-force development. Before joining Microsoft, she was the founding director of the Media Fund at the Ford Foundation, managing $50 million in support of global media projects including Sesame Street in China and South Africa, acclaimed television series such as Eyes on the Prize and The Pacific Century, and National Public Radio. Recently, Ms. Taylor was an adjunct faculty at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and during an extensive career in media and philanthropy, she has participated in four global summits of the United Nations on devel ...
Plainview city council members unanimously approved a base bid of $69,735 and total bid with optional add-ons of $84,892 each for the reconstruction of up to 10 homes through the Texas HOME program, in cooperation with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.
Show details St. Mary's is pleased to announce that the recipient of the Outstanding Alumna 2014 award is Suzanne Hollis Apple '76. After graduating from St. Mary's in 1976 where she was a "lifer" member of the 12 year club, she received her B.A. from Southern Methodist University. Suzanne resides in Atlanta, Georgia, where she serves as Vice President and Managing Director for Business and Industry at the World Wildlife Fund-U.S. In this role, she leads the business engagement activities for WWF-US including work around responsible procurement and sustainable business practices. This includes work with Procter & Gamble, Sodexo, McDonald’s, Wal-Mart and others. In addition, she leads and manages WWF-U.S.’s largest corporate partnership with The Coca-Cola Company. International Paper recently joined the WWF initiatives focusing on eliminating illegal logging and promoting environmentally and socially responsible forest management. Suzanne retired as Vice President, Community Affairs and Environmenta .. ...
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie’s administration is reopening the appeals period for Superstorm Sandy recovery housing grants after an advocacy group discovered a high number of errors on denied applications. Nearly 80 percent of the applications rejected from two home rebuilding programs were approved on appeal, according to an analysis by the Fair Share Housing Center. But thousands of rejected applicants gave up without appealing, making it impossible to know how many of those applications should have been approved, Kevin Walsh, associate director of the center, said Friday. The rejected applicants will have a second chance at qualifying for either the Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) program, which pays grants of up to $150,000, or the Homeowner Resettlement Program, said Richard Constable, the state Department of Community Affairs commissioner. “We want anyone who is eligible under the guidelines to have a full and fair opportunity to receive assistance. Therefore, ...
Shawn Williams and Sgt. Thornton present on Community Affairs at Public Safety Committee.
LAPBAND n pig wife 180. New Jersey officials are reopening the appeals period for residents whose initial applications for two Hurricane Sandy relief programs were denied, according to the state Department of Community Affairs, the agency that administers the programs.
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs offers funds to county governments and municipalities for long range planning in the support of community redevelopment in counties and municipalities sustaining damage from Superstorm Sandy. Contact us for more information.
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Queen USG! In her time at City College, Carolina has only grown in her love for this college and this community. As a current Junior majoring in Political Science and International Studies, she has had the wonderful opportunity to serve in many ways. Carolina is grateful to be able to say she was once a member of the women's soccer team, the Roosevelt Institute, and is now active in USG as Vice President of Community Affairs, the Student Empowerment and Engagement Development Series (SEEDS), and Disciples of the Cross. All organizations have played a huge role in her personal development and continuously remind her of the importance of helping others and being a leader! Carolina is also a part of CCNY's Honors Program and is a Colin Powell Fellow. As a first generation college student, she is so thankful to be a part of the City College community and jumps at every opportunity to represent it. With your support and your vote, Carolina would be honored to serve as this year's Homecoming! Queen!
Hello Roosevelt, I received this email from Clara Gillens-Eromosele she is a Community Activist in Roosevelt. Please read and share . In November 2013, Officer Sharpe was falsely arrested and charged with resisting arrest. This is ridiculous as Officer Sharpe has herself been a member of the Nassau County Police Department for over 19 years. A real supporter and partner of the Roosevelt and Uniondale communities. Some of you know that I was the coordinator of the Weed and Seed Project in Roosevelt for 6 years and in Uniondale for 3 years. During that time I met Officer Dolores Sharpe. Officer Sharpe worked for the first Pct. for a time and then at Community Affairs also as a school resource officer. She has served on TAG (task force against gangs), she is highly regarded in the community as someone who taught DARE (drug awareness), and GREAT (Gang Resistance Through Education and Training), was a member of the community policing unit, AND ran workshops on what to do when stopped by the police! She ...
Dr. Mae Sakharov received her Doctorate of Curriculum and Teaching with Highest Honors from the Teachers College of Columbia University, where she also earned a Master of Arts in early childhood special education and a Master of Education in learning disabilities. She received a Bachelor of Arts *** laude in reading and children's literature from San Francisco State University. After working in graduate admissions at Columbia University, Dr. Sakharov began her career as an educational counselor as the founder of MLS (Multi/Learning Services), a learning center in Brooklyn, one of the first learning centers in the United States that served over 300 clients per week. Her work has been featured on ABC's 20/20, Dateline NBC, and CNN, and she has appeared on WOR's Community Affairs, ESPN and PBS. MLS gained renown for its outstanding college placements, first-rate test preparation, and its ability to work with students from the gifted to those with learning disabilities. Dr. Sakharov has taught special educa . ...
Neil Flynn from and Andrew King Dir. of Community Affairs take part in March
ABOUTThe Northeast Regional Alliance (NERA) MedPrep Scholars Program is a partnership between New Jersey Medical School, Mount Sinai School of Medicine Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the Manhattan Staten Island Area Health…
WATERFORD, Mich. – Dec. 9, 2013 – An ambitious “Complete Streets” plan that would transform Woodward Avenue into a scenic thoroughfare for shopping, biking, walking as well as accommodating motorized traffic will be shown Wednesday on two local cable providers.   The one-hour program can be seen at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday on Comcast and Wow Channel 18 in Auburn Hills, Berkley, Clawson, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Oakland Township, Pleasant Ridge, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak and Troy. The program will be replayed on Saturday at 7 p.m. A video on-demand will also be available at CMN-TV’s website library CMNtv.org.   An update on the Complete Streets Master Plan was presented Friday to 65 people who attended the sold-out Planner’s Gatherings hosted by Oakland County’s Department of Economic Development & Community Affairs. Huntington Woods Mayor Ronald Gillham and Pleasant Ridge Mayor Kurt Metzger – whose communities are along the Woodward corridor – were among those in attendance. ...
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Things to do Downtown this Week!   Downtown Albany selected for Georgia’s Main Street Start-up Program! The Georgia Department of Community Affairs (GDCA) announced that Albany is one of nineteen Georgia cities selected to join the Main Street Start-up Program, which provides technical assistance to cities looking to improve their downtowns. Twenty-five cities across the state applied to the 2014-2015 program, the largest single group of applicants in the history of the Georgia Main Street Program. Collectively, they represent 284,503 citizens, $1.8 million in available local downtown program funding, and 10 service delivery regions of the state. “This is a tremendous opportunity to bring people and business to downtown Albany,” said Mr. Blair, Downtown Manager. “It’s an honor to be selected for this prestigious national program, which will allow us to leverage our many existing downtown assets. We’re looking forward to working with GDCA toward full certification.” “In line with national ...
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs announced Monday that 19 new Georgia cities will become part of the Main…
Had a wonderful time last night at the Difference Maker Award. Frank Marzullo, Fox 19 was MC & we went at it (LOL) my Hubby, WCPO GM Jeff Brogan & Mona Morrow, Community Affairs came out to support me & the event at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Feeling Blessed!
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs is now accepting applications for their Reentry Housing Partnership.
Inmates at San Quentin train shelter dogs to go to loving families. Story ABC 7 news 5pm ABC7 News ABC7 Community Affairs
Peter Hassen is a total *** He's the Senior Director of Market Development and Community Affairs for the Chicago Blackhawks. Long title. Total ***
The Collinsville Police Dept. has been awarded a grant for $15,816.00 from Gov. Robert Bentley. The grant awarded was used to purchase an electronic fingerprint live scan. The equipment captures a digital image of a fingerprint and submits it electronically to state and federal law enforcement agencies for identification and criminal background checks. The process is faster and more effective than ink and paper methods. The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs is administering the grant from funds made available by the U.S. Department of Justice. We have received some of the equipment this week and anticipate delivery of the other parts later this month and hope to have everything up and running by the first of August.
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A hearty Congratulations on their graduation to the Sister Fellows on Women & Public Policy, Rockefeller College Center for Women in Government and Civil Society, UAlbany. There was a lovely reception at UAlbany's Campus Center, including a keynote speech by Zenaida Mendez, President of the National Organization for Women (NOW), New York State, and a Partnering to advance Women's Leadership speech by Jill Simonsen, Community Affairs and Grassroots Manager of Southwest Airlines Co. It was wonderful to see so many of our cherished women leaders tonight: Bonnie Beard, Dina Refki, Sue Faerman, and Anne Saile, to name a few. Two of the graduating Sister Fellows have been chosen for the prestigious Excelsior Fellowship program. New York can be proud to have such distinguished women leaders representing and advancing the rights of women everywhere. Again, my heartfelt Congratulations to Ursula Abrams, Marwa Elbially, Leanna Greenberg, Madeline Hannan, Katharina Helling, Jeszenia Jimenez, Jennie Law, Elizabe ...
Hey, I'm on TV!!! See if you can point me out amongst the crowd... Well if you didn't know what I did for a living, now you know. I'm an activist. I work in Community Affairs. I'm a Political Organizer. Ultimately, I'm a fighter. I fight for social justice, equal rights and I champion humanitarianism. This current local issue I'm working on is rallying the Small Business Owners, mainly of the ethnic variety, to STOP Mayor Bloomberg from banning styrofoam in NYC businesses. Don't believe that mularky that he's doing it for "environmental purposes". 66 cities in the US, including Los Angeles, recycles styrofoam. Besides, its one of the best materials to use for insulation for corporate buildings. This is about $. It is also about control, about culture and about the role of government. He's not going after Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts and other large food chains, he's targeting the "mom and pop" restaurants, the bodegas, the Latin, Caribbean and Asian family businesses that permeate our neighborhoods in the 5 b ...
JOIN US TOMORROW ! EAPS Meeting & Dinner Saturday, June 15, 2013 Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel, 515 Route 1 South, Iselin, NJ . The event will start at 6:30pm with a social hour followed by 7:45pm - "Community Affairs" - A segment for members to discuss current events Dinner will be served at 8:15pm 9:15 - 10:30pm - Guest Speaker: Professor Saliba Sarsar, Associate Vice President for Global Initiatives and Professor of Political Science at Monmouth University Interfaith Dialog Faith impacts all aspects of our lives. Dialogue enables us to relate to the other and act with the other in meaningful ways. Interfaith dialogue is a strong catalyst for justice, conflict resolution, and peace building. Its success is higher if we prepare for it and follow its better practices correctly. Our voice and touch are essential for promoting and sustaining it. The presentation will raise some of the serious issues facing the Middle East today; reflect on the value of interfaith dialogue within the context of Judaism, Chris ...
iNews Message by Minister of Community Affairs, Gender & Housing Honourable Dwayne Seymour on Child Mont...
Congratulations to Brooklyn South NYPD Chief Thomas Chan on his promotion to *** Chief of Community Affairs for NYPD. He's a great leader.
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Well-deserved! A credit to the community and to the University Proud to be honored by UM Student Affairs as the Unsung Hero
NYPD announces; Chief Chan the commander of Brooklyn South has been selected to replace Chief Banks as Chief at Community Affairs.
Big up to for recognising women. Defence, East Africa Community, Foreign Affairs and Devolution ministries. Huge ministries
Longtime officer to be named new chief of NYPD's Community Affairs Bureau: Police Commission...
The community was the foundation of the society and it had an important role to play in public affairs.
Indeed Democratic Decentralization begins at family and community by giving Reservations to Women in the affairs...
S/o to for making BSU community affairs cabinet committee.. big accomplishment! Yeee
Melinda Vasquez is speaking. She is the chief officer of cultural and community affairs.
Applications for MSA directorship positions are open! Religious education, graphic design, community affairs,...
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We will hold off on the elections of the Committee on Community and Governmental Affairs until next year.
Christopher Lowery and Ryan Gleason have been nominated for chairman of the Committee on Community and Governmental Affairs.
GOMA in the Community (Columbia): Alison Tavik presents Pathways to Procurement tonight at the Governor's Commission on Caribbean Affairs.
Community Affairs along w/ the staff at Larry Johnson Recreation Center preparing for a event...
Yawar Hussain back on air tonight with 'community affairs' till midnight. Join in with the studio debate
Important charter dates coming up! Mayor's Charter Board meets May 21 and Community Affairs Committee to meet May 29. Details to come.
Texas Dept. of Housing & Community Affairs Sunset on floor. Ammdts on elected official support ltrs for tax credit apts.
by Dutton - Texas Dept. Housing and Community Affairs sunset bill.
Join the Community Affairs Committee at the Getty Villa on 4/26! Buses will pick up at 1 and returning around 6. Sign up:...
I'm happy to be apart of the community affairs committee !!!
Actually, most of the stuff goes to our Community Affairs department. On fan appreciation day, we give away merchandise
We need more time to connivence Iran to work with the international community - Egemen Bagis Turkish EU Affairs Minister
It's time for the international community to speak in one voice and end the madness in - Egemen Bagis Turkish EU Affairs
briefed oireachtas Foreign Affairs committee of international community's failure to honour aid pledges for
Say hello to one of the newest members of the BSU Community Affairs Committee. This is surely a…
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We’re looking for a Supervisory Consumer Financial Services Analyst in our Division of Consumer & Community Affairs
William C. Moyers, Vice President of Public Affairs and Community Relations at Hazelden, presented at assembly...
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2 testify before Sen Committee on Vets Affairs about Community Blueprint, of which we are lead sponsor
I fully back humanitarian orgs but they fail to understand that Russia isn't concerned w/ the int'l community in its internal affairs.
latest on the OPD saga. CIty Administrator Santana is blocking a reform demanded by community for years -
Michael Kutz wants to make ASUW more responsive to RHSA through the Director of Community Relations and Director of Diversity of Affairs.
Congrats to Publications, Community Service & Mindie, Programming/multicultural affairs on being elected to
Director of Community Affairs - Oasis Petroleum - Williston, ND: ND or be willing to relocate...
Nat'l Dir of the student coal is an upcoming guest during DIFFERENCES Radio Magazine Show's Community Affairs segment.
DIFFERENCES Radio Magazine Show keeps listeners "in the know" about Entertainment, Health, Food, Fashion, Lifestyle and Community Affairs
Moody's Assigns Aaa Rating to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs' Residential Mortgage Reve...
ACORN now known as Affordable Housing Centers of America and New York Agency for Community Affairs.
Under Armour is looking for: Associate Manager Corporate Giving & Community Affairs
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Compiler's Note: Section 301(a)(16) of Act 58 of 1996, which created the Department of Community and Economic Development and abolished the Department of Community Affairs, provided that all other powers and duties delegated to the Department of Community Affairs not otherwise expressly transferred...
(TRENTON) – The Assembly & Senate Environment Committees on Monday held a joint hearing to discuss measures related to rebuilding and planning issues in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, including one bill sponsored by Assemblyman Ruben J. Ramos, Jr. to assist homeowners in building stronger, smarter, more storm-resistant homes.   “Sandy was a wake-up call for many residents, underscoring the fact that climate change, development and other factors have rendered the current construction and layout of many homes impractical,” said Ramos (D-Hudson).  “This bill would help provide public financing for homeowners to renovate or build structures that are far more flood and hurricane resistant.”   Currently, a municipality may undertake the financing of the purchase and installation of renewable energy systems and energy efficiency improvements made by property owners, upon application to and approval by the Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs.  ...
The Advertising Club of Connecticut's annual "Out of Home" event was another great success this year - thank you again to our BOD/Admins, attendees, participants, judges, & sponsors: Out of Home America, Trans-Ad, Lamar, CBS Outdoor, Independent Outdoor, CT1Media, the CT Humane Society Pet Food Pantry, Michel Angelo's Pizzeria, Restaurant & Lounge for catering this event, Gary DeCavage for bartending, & Grace Letteri for designing the promos. Also, special thanks to our Hospitality Sponsor, John Victory, on behalf of CBS Radio & our Community Affairs sponsor, Renee DiNino, on behalf of Clear Channel Radio. And last, but not least, thank you to my parents for helping us w/ setup & cleanup ;) p.s. CONGRATS to our 3 winners - we will be announcing them soon!
Just concluded a presentation to high school and middle school principals in Norfolk, along with NSO Community Affairs staff, providing info on programs available to present in school like bullying, gangs and Virginia Rules (a SOL correlated civics class).
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Tom Owens 708.825.4938 towens AUNT MARTHA’s HONORS Black History MONTH WITH SPORTS ICONS Chicago, IL - Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center is sponsoring a Black History motivational forum 5 p.m., today, Tuesday, February 19, 2013, at its Harvey office, 191 W. 155th Place, in Harvey, Illinois. The guest speakers will talk to 100 youth who are in foster care residential group homes, wards of the state, juveniles who are awaiting adjudication and Aunt Martha’s Transitional Living program participants. Scheduled to speak are former superstar Chicago Bulls Bob Love, who is now the Community Affairs director for the Bulls and two times Super Bowl champion Gloster Richardson, formerly an American football wide receiver in the American Football League for the Kansas City Chiefs, the Dallas Cowboys and the Cleveland Browns. He is the younger brother of former Hall of Fame NFL wide receiver Willie Richardson who played for the Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins. Also speaking wi ...
Submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Community Affairs   The National Disability Insurance Scheme Bill – 2013   By Women With Disabilities WA Inc – February 2013     Women With Disabilities WA Inc is an unfunded non-profit organization for women with disabilities in Perth, Western Australia. We are run and managed entirely by women with disabilities. We work to promote the participation of women with disabilities in Western Australia in all aspects of social, economic, political and cultural life.   Due to time and capacity limitations our submission will be brief. We have included our original submission to the Productivity Commission on the NDIS, as it is still relevant to many of our concerns about the NDIS Bill. On reading the Bill our additional concerns are as follows   The timing of the request for submissions to this Bill, as well as the short time frame for people with disabilities to read and respond to the Bill mean that our organization has been unable to fully consu ...
WATERFORD, Mich.  – Feb. 11, 2013 – The Oakland County Department of Economic Development & Community Affairs has named a veteran business counselor to direct the One Stop Shop Business Center.   Greg Doyle is a certified Michigan Small Business Counselor who has worked with small business owners for more than 20 years. In his new position, he will lead the team of business counselors who work with start-up and second-stages businesses to help them succeed. He oversees the multiple business classes and workshops the county holds every month.   Doyle spent the past four years as a small business counselor for the Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center. He is a certified FastTrac facilitator and NxLeveL trainer and has facilitated numerous entrepreneurial classes.   “I really enjoy working for Oakland County with all the resources they have here,” Doyle said. “The reputation the county has is phenomenal and with the team of people we have and all the resources, we can help peo ...
Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown along with the Department’s Office of Community Affairs, the North Central Patrol Division, and other City services and Community groups will host the second planned “Chief on the Beat,” Crime Prevention, Safety and Health Fairs for 2013.  This event will take place on Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00p.m., at Timberglen Recreation Center located at 3810 Timberglen Road Dallas, Texas 75287.  This event is free and open to the public.   Chief on the Beat is a component of Community Policing 2.0 and the goal of this event is to engage the police department with the community in a non-enforcement setting with integration of City departments and community partners.  Chief Brown and various police department units such as SWAT, the Gang Unit, Recruiting, Neighborhood Police Officers, Narcotics and many others will be on-site to engage with the community.  The Dallas Fire Department, Code Enforcement and Emergency Management will also be on han ...
Our Mobile Cabinet continues for residents affected by Sandy tomorrow from 9:00am to 5:00pm in Union Beach at the Union Beach Fire House Company on Florence Avenue. Residents will have access to representatives from the Departments of Banking and Insurance, Community Affairs, Environmental Protection, the Economic Development Authority, the Business Action Center, and FEMA to answer their questions and help resolve any issues they have.
Rick Scott has made news in the last couple of weeks trying to mend his image by announcing raises for teachers, more money for education and even said he wants to save the Everglades. While I think these are steps in the right direction I want to go on the record here as stating I co not trust him. He is still trying to privatize the prison system for one thing and there is scant evidence he understand the notion of commons. I believe he is most rapacious carpetbagger in Florida history. To get my support he would have to give up privatization of public services and holdings; embrace public transportation including high speed rail an get the 2.4 billion that he turned down back from the Feds.; reinstitute the Department of Community Affairs; provide for adequate funding for Florida Forever in perpetuity and to prove he is sincere self immolate.
CONGRATS to MountainTown Station fromMy 1043!! OVER FIFTY-EIGHT THOUSAND VOTES RECEIVED FOR THE 2013 CELEBRATED SERVICE AWARD Celebration! Cinema announces 2013 Celebrated Service Award Recipients in six cities Grand Rapids, Michigan - - Friday, February 1 - 2013 - - The votes are in! Celebration! Cinema announced today the recipients of the 2013 Celebrated Service Award. The Celebrated Service Award – spearheaded by Celebration! Cinema and supported by sponsors Beene Garter LLP, Fifth Third Bank, and Zingerman’s Community of Businesses – was created to ignite a conversation about service in the community. A public vote for nominated businesses took place January 18th – 31st. “The response from each of our communities has been remarkable,” said Emily Loeks, Director of Community Affairs for Celebration! Cinema. “We believe this is part of a movement. People want to support businesses in which employees are passionate about providing a great product and treat customers in a way that makes the ...
Reminder about tomorrow's meeting and talk: January 31st General Meeting & EWB UK Chief Executive Andrew Lamb Talk Location: Parkinson SR (B.08) Date: Thursday, January 31st Time: 17:00- 18:00 EWB-UK Chief Executive Andrew Lamb Talk: On January 31st the Chief Executive of EWB-UK, Andrew Lamb, will be speaking at the University of Leeds. About Mr. Lamb, ‘Andrew's first taste of engineering in international development was at a talk run by a fledging student club in Cambridge called Engineers Without Borders. He was a second year undergraduate in 2002, and very soon got involved in fundraising and became Co-Chief Executive as a volunteer in his final year. After graduating, Andrew worked with the University of Cambridge Office for Community Affairs and co-founded the Humanitarian Centre, where he is now a trustee. He worked for more than three years with disaster relief organisation RedR UK, including working at their office in Nairobi, and became a trustee of the charity in 2011. Andrew is a director of ...
Showtime. Peace and Respect. I read your post yesterday about the sister you saw with the young child waiting for the bus in the blistering cold. I have an idea. Maybe we should create a community livery service, for days like these during the winter and extremely hot days in the summer. We coud draft a proposal, look into partnering with the State Department of Health and the Department of Transportation, Department of Community Affairs and run the service through our cities Taxi Comission. We can use a weather cut off (meaning we would only come out in extreme cold and unbearable heat, say 25° and below in the winter and anything over 95° in the summer and whatever is considered extremely humid) and because of the new science in meteorology, we can determine when extremely hot and cold days will happen. The same way Essex County has the WAVE, Newark could have the Newark Inclement Weather Assistance Transport, "NIWAT". We would need to do demographical research and determine how many families in our c ...
Hi Rachelle. Councilmember Marion Barry's Committee on Workforce and Community Affairs has oversight over OHR.
Here is a profile of one of the esteemed panelist for the MLK and Mentoring event, being held this Wednesday! Susan D. Peters Susan Peters currently serves as the manager of community relations for the University of Chicago Medical Center in the Office of Community Affairs. She is a published author and sought after speaker known for her witty delivery and ability to personally engage her audiences. Susan has a love of her community and is active in her South Side neighborhood Block Club in addition to serving on both the Clear Channel Radio Advisory and the Acts of Faith Board of Directors. COME HEAR HER!
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Michael Rouse, VP of Philanthropy & Community Affairs for Toyota Motor Sales, USA giving away boots at Denby Center.
I am really happy doing what I do...peforming and entertaining...but my true work is in ADVOCACY and EMPOWERMENT .BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT.its where I sing and DANCE and get real ACADEMIC on the people. I have worked in Early Childhood Education, Community Affairs, hosted the now defunct Parent Connection Show for Cable Access sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation and the Kansas city Missouri School District.I have done TV appearances since I was in college...have been performing since I was FIVE...why are people SURPRISED at what I DO...because my DAD and my FAMILY are big time CHURCH folks and COMMUNITY leaders SO AM I! I worked as a COURT APPOINTED ADVOCATE for ABUSED and NEGLECTED CHILDREN Am a NOTARY and REGISTERED AGENT for the STATE...and was a Professional Nanny and taught PRE-SCHOOL for YEARS ...in KCK with the HEADSTART Program and in KCMO at Paseo Montessori Pre-School...I always worked two jobs so I worked Sales, Advertising and Media and ENTERTAINMENT...at night however I could whenever I could. . ...
Suffolk University is looking for: Associate Director, Government and Community Affairs
NJ PARENTS.Does it feel like there are no recreational or leisure activities for students with disabilities? Well there's a good reason. The NJ Department of Community Affairs for Essex County NJ (the 2nd largest county behind Bergen encompassing the city of Newark) only has 8 PUBLIC RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS! There are 8.just 8 programs to serve over 200,000 students classified with a special need in Essex County. What is wrong with this picture?
Goldfields awards 319 oil palm farmers: Three hundred and nineteen oil palm farmers of Goldfields Ghana, Tarkwa Mine operational area, have been awarded for their hard work. The award winners, who were selected from six out of the eight catchment communities, received NPK fertilizers, weedicides, wellington boots and other farm implements. Mr Mubashir Dari, Community Affairs and Public Relations Manager of the company, said an amount of 47,000.00 Ghana cedis was spent on the items distributed to the award winners. He said, this year, under the Sustainable Community Empowerment and Economic Development programme (SEED), a total of 383 oil palm farms were inspected by the field officers from the community affairs department and agricultural extension officers from the Ministry of Food and Agriculture. He said 319 beneficiaries, representing 83 percent of the inspected farms, qualified for this year’s SEED oil palm award ceremony which was the second of its kind since its inception in 2011. Mr Dari said on ...
A Burlington County nonprofit housing agency will use a $350,000 grant to develop transitional apartments for single women or homeless mothers with children. The state Department of Community Affairs recently approved the grant to the Salt and Light Company of Mount Holly, a nonprofit corporation serving the housing and social-service needs of lower-income families in Burlington County. The announcement came last week as part of Gov. Chris Christie’s Season of Service holiday initiative to highlight volunteerism and agencies that serve the community. “This grant funding will enable Salt and Light Co. and its partner companies to continue to make a difference in this community,” said Marc Larkins, CEO of the New Jersey School Development Authority. Salt and Light, a development and management subsidiary of The Affordable Homes Group, buys and rehabilitates properties to meet the standards for housing needy families. Kent Pipes, Salt and Light’s CEO, said the nonprofit agency will buy and renovate 2 ...
Thanks PEPSI BOTTLING of Riveria Beach, FL and Jason for being our Angels to help Zac complete his mission. Delivery to Community Affairs and Resource Center in Asbury Park, NJ will occur after Christmas! We will be arriving after Christmas as well with our carload for St. Mary’s and Bay Head Elementary.
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in partnership with the Office of Community Affairs and Office of Religious Affairs are presenting a Holiday Choral Concert featuring Cathedral Choral Socie...
LANTERN PARADE UPDATE Alternate routes: **From 1-10 p.m., Shuster Street (between the new UPIS building [formerly Narra Residence Hall] and Vinzon’s Hall), Magsaysay Avenue and all portals on campus (C.P. Garcia Avenue, Jacinto Street, Magsaysay near the Asian Center and Ylanan Street) will be opened to traffic. **The UP Sticker System will also be suspended. **From 5-6 p.m., the portion of Jacinto Street starting from the College of Fine Arts (CFA) to the University Avenue will be one-way to make way for the CFA contingent. Source: Office of the Vice Chancellor for Community Affairs
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Amy Barton chairs board of National Nursing Centers Consortium! Amy Barton, PhD, RN, FAAN, professor, Associate Dean for Clinical and Community Affairs, and Daniel and Janet Mordecai Chair in Rural Health, gave the welcome address at the National Nursing Centers Consortium (NNCC) member conference held Nov. 28 in Philadelphia. Barton chairs the board of the NNCC, which includes board members from Univ. of California San Francisco SON, Vanderbilt Univ, SON and Texas Tech Univ. HSC SON, amongst others. The conference focused on innovations in funding, clinical best practices, and workforce development as part of the NNCC mission advancing nurse-led health care through policy, consultation, programs, and applied research to reduce health disparities and meet people’s primary care and wellness needs. Over 125 clinics in the U.S. are members of NNCC including the CON Baker School-Based Health Center, Carin’ Clinic, Sheridan Health Services, Sheridan School-Based Health Center, and University Nurse Midwives ...
ABC Action News: Hispanic Heritage Kickoff/Positively Tampa Bay. Thanks to my friend Lissette Campos, Director of Community Affairs for launching this year's ABC Action News Hispanic Heritage Month with my story. A tribute to the Marielitas 30 years after the exodus. Thank you Lissette!!!
Launch of the Volunteer Support Initiative YELLOWKNIFE (November 9, 2012) – Today Robert C. McLeod, Minister of Municipal and Community Affairs (MACA) and Minister Responsible for Youth, released an updated strategic plan supporting volunteer development in the Northwest Territories (NWT). “The Volunteer Support Initiative is a strategy designed to help build the next generation of NWT volunteers” said McLeod. “We need to continue supporting the great work being done by today’s volunteers and look to the future by building that same spirit in youth”. The renewed Volunteer Support Initiative was developed using the results of the 2009 Volunteer Summit, where participants from across the NWT expressed their needs, concerns, and ideas surrounding the voluntary sector. MACA also used input from young people who participated in the Youth Ambassador Programs from 2010 to 2012. The strategic plan is available online at the MACA site. Supporting volunteers in our communities is one of the ways the Go ...
Jan 25 2011 Model Public-Private Partnership Initiative at DCA Dept of Community Affairs) Reaches $10 Million Milestone for the Year. Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program Assist Redevelopment Effort in Urban Areas. Designed to solve one of NJs toughest challenges - redeveloping city neighborhoods in need of assistance.
day 5: Community Affairs hearing on cross portfolio Indigenous matters Live
today: Community Affairs hearing on cross-portfolio Indigenous matters from 8.30am
wraps up with Community Affairs hearing on cross-portfolio Indigenous matters tomorrow from 8.30am
Georgia Department of Community Affairs awards Qualified Local Government Status to the City of Cumming 10/16/12.
Tony Pua Kiam Wee (Chinese: 潘俭伟, born 1972) is a Malaysian politician, currently the Member of Parliament for Petaling Jaya Utara. Pua was the former Malaysian CEO of Cyber Village Sdn Bhd, a SESDAQ (SGX secondary board)-listed company. In early 2007, he disposed of all his interests in the company and tendered his resignation to join the Democratic Action Party (DAP). Pua graduated from Keble College, Oxford University with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics under a scholarship from the MTC Foundation in 1994. Prior to that, he received Asean and Shaw Foundation scholarships to pursue his "O" and "A"-Levels in Raffles Institution and Raffles Junior College. In the 2008 general election, Pua won the Parliamentary constituency of Petaling Jaya Utara on a DAP ticket. He ran against the incumbent, Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun, Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry for Women, Family & Community Affairs, and Deputy Chief of the Malaysian Chinese Association women's wing.[2] In 2009, Pua was ap ...
Indian Director/Deputy Secretary Level officer needed for post of Counselor, Community Affairs, Washington
The Filipino Australian editor and publisher Romeo Cayabyab received last night the award for Coverage of Community Affairs in Australia in the inaugural Multicultural Media Awards.
A message from Krista Farnady, Commissioner of Community Affairs: Just a reminder the NOISE ORDINANCE hearing is TONIGHT!!! Please show up @ 6:30pm at 421 Main St. downtown. Come sit and listen to the debate of an important issue in our community that affects us all. We need to have a large student turnout tonight if we want any influence in the issue. Please remember to be respectful and conduct yourself appropriately during the meeting if you come. Thanks again for your support!!
They had expensive tastes, reflected in the $277,500 two-bedroom condo they bought in 1993--a high price even by today’s standards. Several years later, they moved into their $1.65 million mansion in Hyde Park--with the help of fraudster Tony Rezko. Barack often told a story of hardship on the campaign trail in 2008 about having his credit card declined--once. The fact that he thought this counted as real hardship speaks volumes. As her husband moved onto the national political stage, Michelle Obama began to enjoy a lavish lifestyle at taxpayer expense, directly and indirectly. When Barack Obama was elected to the U.S. Senate, he obtained a $1 million earmark for the University of Chicago Hospital--and his wife’s salary as Vice President for Community Affairs jumped from $121,910 to $316,962. Her job: pushing poor, uninsured patients to other hospitals. As First Lady, Michelle Obama has lived high on the hog while the rest of the country has suffered through an extraordinary recession. In 2010, she an ...
Here is how you can spend a splendid weekend in the tri-City starting in Red Bank and ending it in Asbury Park.in fact get a head start with tonight! 3rd time showing 'Night of Neil' @ The Dublin House Live Band Karaoke @ The Downtown Friday night we have RB3 Wine Loft in Pier Village, Long Branch Matt O'ree @ Jamian's Food and Drink Red Bank Slim Chance & The Gamblers at the River Rock Saturday night The Cucumbers @ The WORKS Series with Peter Prasa, The Green Planet in Ocean James Gibbs James Gibbs and Friends at Giamanos Restaurant, Bradley Beach Sunday, what a day it could be!!! POPPA JOHN BUG & THE JAM BAND GIAMANOS RISTORANTE OUTSIDE CONCERT SERIES, bRADLEY BEACH (LAST ONE OF THE SEASON) Next, you could stop @ The Daulphin Grill for The MARTINI, BEER, & WINE EXTRAVAGANZA for the Community Affairs and Resource Center of Monmouth County Then head down the street over to Tim McLoone's Supper Club for another very special event, Sisters in Song Also happening all of this weekend is the Oyster Fest which ...
Just downloaded a great piece of content: Nick Johnson Interviews: Linda Rutherford, Vice-President of Public Relations and Community Affairs at Southwest Airlines from Useful Social Media
A report by the state Department of Community Affairs described the chaotic scene of a July jam-up at Mountain Creek, and how an off-duty cop took charge
Just a few job leads. Please help us get the word out, Ft Valley State is hosting a Job Fair next Friday Aug 24th from 10:00 am to 2:00 p m. They have Robins AFB, Goodwill Job Connections, Labor Dept. Macon State University, GA Dept of ... Community Affairs, Spherion Staffing, Helms College, Primerica, TranSouth Motorcoach and more. = EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY THAT DOES NOT REQUIRE A DEGREE! PASS‐ON TO SOMEONE WHO CAN USE THIS! Great jobs for young men who aren't in college and strong young women also! This is Obama money for "infrastructure" ...the jobs are located all over, paid training in Atlanta. This is an awesome opportunity, please pass this on. These jobs pay good wages. Training: You will attend two or three weeks of training at the Railroad Education & Development Institute in Atlanta , GA. CSX will pay for travel, lodging and meals as required by collective bargaining agreement. Track Worker‐030702 Job Summary: Work as a member of a crew to install new railroad track, maintain existing track a ...
I have made peace with the fact that, this is my calling, my passion, my purpose in life, I embrace it!As I celebrate 11 years with the National Prosecuting Authority today, I am humbled by the contribution my unit(Sexual Offences and Community Affairs) has made in fighting, Sexual and Gender Based Violence, through progressive legislation and policy, programming, public education and perpetrator prosecution... Though much more is still to be done! I owe my own individual success to my mentors and people I call freinds...Mamntolo, Adv Thoko Majokweni, Mr Bulelani Ngcuka ,and Adv Brandon Lawrence! My passion for Gender Justice, Community service and Law was natured and groomed at this institution after having worked for an NGO, CSVR in JHB! I have travelled the length and breadth of my beloved land, Africa, Europe and the US! I have rubbed shoulders with the renowned heroes and heroines of the world , worked and made lasting friendships with the best! I will be forever grateful to the most high for such ...
Community Affairs public hearing in Alice Springs into palliative care in Australia is being broadcast live
Kimberly Dinwiddie, Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)Community Affairs at 503.731.8281 or kimberly.dinwiddie
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A reminder: the Business and Community Affairs (BACA) Committee of the City Council is meeting at City Hall...
Business and Community Affairs to consider board appointmentsThe Norman City Council will say goodbye this week to council members Carol Dillingham, W
How the Growth Machine ate the Florida Department of Community Affairs by
All the world in a grain of sand: how the Growth Machine at the Florida Department of Community Affairs: All the...
NYPD Community Affairs reception at Wagner College. Can't beat the view
The acting commissioner of the Dept of Community Affairs is scheduled to address the African American Chamber of Commerce in a short bit
GOD BLESSED ME WITH THIS WOMEN AS AUNT!!! VERY HARD LOSS! RIP TITI: Memorial Service for Yolanda Sanchez at Casabe Senior Houses » PRdream mourns the passing of Yolanda Sanchez, 1932 – 2012 Political Activist and Community Leader Yolanda Sanchez died earlier today. She was born in El Barrio/East Harlem, and has lived there for most of her life. She is a graduate of The City College of New York/CUNY and has a Master’s Degree from Columbia University in Social Work with a Specialization on Community Organizing. Considered one of the most ardent defenders of the Latino empowerment movement in New York City, Yolanda was part of the group that organized, in the 1960’s, the Puerto Rican Association for Community Affairs (PRACA) which established the first Puerto Rican foster care and adoption services agency in New York. At Dr. Antonia Pantoja’s invitation, she joined the staff of ASPIRA in 1962. Yolanda was also one of the original board members of the East Harlem council for Human Services, Inc. Thro ...
The D.C. City Council's Committee on Aging and Community Affairs today approved the nominations of two well-known transgender women, Alexandra Beninda and Earline Budd, to the 15-member D.C. Commission on Human Rights. It will be up to the full council to decide whether to appoint the two women to t...
The Office of City and Community Affairs is the University's primary liaison with neighborhood and community groups, facilitating partnerships and dialogues between the University's students, faculty and staff and community organizations and representatives, and helping to direct University resource...
ORANGE BEACH, Alabama -- Three Gulf-front hotels have received a total of $272,541 in state loans to finance major energy efficiency improvements, according to Innisfree Hotels and the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs.
Please join the Members of Community Affairs tonight at the IPS Administration office located at 120 E. Walnut St. As we continue our conversation of Education Reform. The presenters will be: Dr. White, IPS Karega Rausch, Stand for Children NAACP Education Committee David Harris, the Mind Trust Julie Lauck, Indianapolis Director of Education, Charter Schools USA
The Department of Community Affairs will present this program to educate small businesses how to work with their banks to utilize the Georgia State Small
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