From the Mailbag: Costs skyrocket to remodel building donated for New Plymouth City Hall (copy) | opinion

From the Mailbag: Costs skyrocket to remodel building donated for New Plymouth City Hall (copy) |  opinion

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From the mailbag: Costs skyrocket to remodel building donated for New Plymouth City Hall | opinion

From the mailbag: Costs skyrocket to remodel building donated for New Plymouth City Hall |  opinion

country United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsMinor Outlying Islands of the United StatesCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth of theCuba, RepublicDominican RepublicHaiti, RepublicJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist RepublicAlgeria, People’s Democratic RepublicAmerican SamoaAndorra, PrincipalityAngola, RepublicanguillaAntarctica (the area south of 60° S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, RepublicAzerbaijan, RepublicBahrain, KingdomBangladesh, People’s RepublicBarbadosBelarusBelgium, Kingdom ofBelizeBenin, People’s RepublicBermudasBhutan, KingdomBolivia, RepublicBosnia and … Read more

RAAC Considers Various Recreation, Parkland Improvement Sites | reading

READING — With half of the city’s ARPA funds already spent, the Reading ARPA Advisory Committee (RAAC) heard the results of a citywide survey of residents’ aspirations. The good news for the committee? The results are consistent with their previous outputs. “I think this validates some of the assignments that this committee has made,” said … Read more

Cam. Co. project started with a feeling heart and soul gave back their pride | news

Cam.  Co. project started with a feeling heart and soul gave back their pride |  news

It sounds a bit romantic and far-fetched to some, and more than any individual can handle. But Jessica Herzing is not just one person. She has been working on this project for several years and has taken it through many phases with significant community, local business and government approval. “When we began this work, our … Read more

Council reviews budget, numerous major projects | news

Council reviews budget, numerous major projects |  news

Despite tough times in recent years, the city of Porterville is forecasting a small surplus in its 2022-2023 budget for the second straight year. In addition, the city will continue numerous ongoing large-scale projects in the coming year. Porterville City Council will review the 2022-2023 budget at its next meeting Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The … Read more

Why cash-out refinancing can be a good idea even when interest rates are rising | business

Why cash-out refinancing can be a good idea even when interest rates are rising |  business

Economic uncertainty is high at the moment as inflation is soaring and interest rates on all types of financial products are rising. Still, homeowners might find that tapping into their home equity through a payout refinance is a financially sound decision, even though it’s more costly than it was a year — or even two … Read more

Do-it-yourself or call a professional: what’s right for your conversion? | House and garden

Do-it-yourself or call a professional: what's right for your conversion?  |  House and garden

A do-it-yourself remodel can be an inexpensive way to freshen up your home. For some projects, just a few YouTube videos may be enough to show you how to modernize your space. But not every project is suitable for hobby renovators. Your skill level, budget, and how important the project is to your home’s value … Read more

Faith in deeds: small congregation opts for housing instead of church | news

Faith in deeds: small congregation opts for housing instead of church |  news

TRAVERSE CITY – A small community proves that dynamite does come in small packages. The New Waves United Church of Christ, which has approximately 15 members, has partnered with the Habitat for Humanity Grand Traverse Region to build 14 homes on the 50-acre property. The church, which meets online and has no home of its … Read more

View of Royal Crest | Merrimack Valley

View of Royal Crest |  Merrimack Valley

NORTH ANDOVER — Planning Committee member John Simons was surprised by how thoroughly Royal Crest’s development proposal was rejected at Tuesday’s city meeting. “I wasn’t surprised that the vote failed,” he said. “I was a bit surprised that it was two to one, that it was so one sided.” Simons voted against the proposal, and … Read more

Conversion of the Palatinate Park, upgrades on the route | local news

Conversion of the Palatinate Park, upgrades on the route |  local news

FAIRMONT – Marion County officials are preparing Palatine Park for a summer season of free events. The season kicks off with the annual West Virginia Three Rivers Festival on May 26th. The Palatine Legend Series will host their first concert on June 4th at 7pm with cover bands Van Halen and ACDC. June 5th is … Read more