“It’s Like a Root Canal,” Business Owners Affected by Huntsville Rejuvenation Project

HUNTSVILLE, ONT. – The City of Huntsville is in the fifth month of its major downtown rejuvenation project. The main thoroughfare in the small town of Muskoka is blocked from traffic, forcing tourists and residents to take detours while businesses remain open. “The access is always open, you can’t drive past the store, but we are creating as much parking ...

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Metropolitan government sells funds to various companies – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Black residents represent more than 23% of the population of Louisville. But, only about 2% of the city’s businesses are owned by blacks. This could be attributed to the racial prejudice and discrimination that people of color face. in the form of economic, cultural and institutional barriers. Mayor Greg Fischer on Thursday promoted the city’s efforts, including $ 14.6 million ...

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The ephemeral “Atlantis” of the Mediterranean – BBC Future

The dispute lasted for five months, during which the 61m-high island had already started to sink. “At the end of September, it was about 60 feet [18m] high. A month later, it was only a few meters tall. And finally, between December 1831 and January 1832 – it completely disappeared, ”explains Cavallaro. The problem, he says, is that the base ...

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Hayao Miyazaki’s future boy Conan gets his first outing in the US

Get ready for a Miyazaki adventure that you have never seen before.Picture: GKids Before Hayao Miyazaki became a renowned director in the world of animation cinema, his beginnings as an animation director on television brought happiness to the world, from his first work on Lupine III-which paved the way for his directorial debut in the theater– to classics like Sherlock ...

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Memphis doesn’t see much capital investment – and when it does, the money goes to white neighborhoods

Ayers grocery store in the Klondike-Smokey City neighborhood. This and other predominantly black neighborhoods in Memphis have not seen significant capital investment, according to an Urban Institute study released Thursday. Photo by Brandon Dill for MLK50 Little private or philanthropic dollars are committed to improving Memphis’ neighborhoods, and the investment that exists goes largely to the whiter parts of the ...

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Evers veto the financing of the purchase of closed stationery

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – Gov. Tony Evers on Thursday vetoed a bipartisan bill designed to help save two closed paper mills and another measure criticized by open case advocates to create an office of human resources for the legislature, saying it would protect the documents from public release. Evers signed bills to eliminate the need for a barber’s or cosmetology ...

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Businesses and Experts Reveal Plans for Carbon Offset Regulator | Carbon offsetting

A new independent body must regulate carbon offsetting and try to allay the fears of greenwashing raised by this controversial practice, within the framework of the plans proposed by a group of companies and experts. The regulator, proposed by the Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets Task Force, would start operating later this year and oversee the issuance of carbon credits, in ...

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Ways to finance your small business

This Fgeneral inquiry shows that about 44% of small business owners borrowed money to cover business expenses. Most of these owners choose to borrow funds to buy equipment, finance projects and other activities for the growth of the business. So there is no shame in getting a loan or other financing options for your business. Financing options you can consider ...

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