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Shipping season conlcudes | News, Sports, Jobs – Marquette Mining Journal

It’s a tight fit for two boats in the Soo Locks approach canal at the same time in Sault Ste. Marie. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers policy requires that boats be secured to the pier while the departing vessel passes. The Soo Locks are now closed to marine traffic, which allows critical maintenance work to be performed over the winter. The closure began at 11:59 p.m. Saturday and will continue through 12:01 a.m. March 25. (Courtesy photo via the Escan…….

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D&G Excavating of Minnesota bounced back from brink of ruin – Equipment World Magazine

In 2007, Brian and Kristin Gruhot were faced with a choice.

The owner of D&G Excavating, Dave Gruhot, had decided it was time for him to get out of the business. He told his son and daughter-in-law they needed to find another job or buy the company.

“I didn’t want to find another job,” recalls Kristin. “I loved what I was doing.”

Equipment WorldWithin a month, all the documents were signed, and the couple were the new owners.

Then the Great Recessio…….

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South Middleton School District will seek bids to demolish home on Forge Road – The Sentinel

South Middleton School District plans to solicit bids to demolish the former residence at 16 Forge Road in Boiling Springs.

School board members Monday authorized staff to advertise the job after an attempt to circumvent the formal bidding process was foiled by quotes that came in higher than the state threshold.

The quote from Weaver & Sons Excavation of Wrightsville, York County, came in at $22,000, above the state bidding threshold of $21,500.

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South Middleton School District will seek bids to demolish home on Forge Road – Carlisle Sentinel

South Middleton School District plans to solicit bids to demolish the former residence at 16 Forge Road in Boiling Springs.

School board members Monday authorized staff to advertise the job after an attempt to circumvent the formal bidding process was foiled by quotes that came in higher than the state threshold.

The quote from Weaver & Sons Excavation of Wrightsville, York County, came in at $22,000, above the state bidding threshold of $21,500.

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Soo Locks closing today for seasonal repair | News, Sports, Jobs – Escanaba Daily Press

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It’s a tight fit for two boats in the Soo Locks approach canal at the same time in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Corps of Engineers policy requires that boats be secured to the pier while the departing vessel passes.

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich., – The Soo Locks in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan will close to marine traffic beginning 11:59 p.m. January 15 through 12:01 a.m. March 25 to perform critical maintenance.<…….

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Frustration grows with seemingly never-ending construction and torn up streets – WWLTV.com

The process of rebuilding 400 miles of crumbling and pothole-filled roadways has been painful.

NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans neighbors have been complaining for some time now about stalled street projects in front of their homes. 

The process of rebuilding 400 miles of crumbling and pothole-filled roadways has been painful.

“It’s around the corner to my left,” Mid-C…….

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Soo Locks Close For Annual Maintenance | News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM – News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM

The Soo Locks in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan will close to marine traffic beginning 11:59 p.m. January 15 through 12:01 a.m. March 25 to perform critical maintenance.

The operating season is fixed by federal regulation and is driven in part by the feasibility of vessels operating in typical Great Lakes ice conditions.

“It is a difficult time in terms of weather to complete this work, but it keeps this important national infrastructure project operating during shipping seaso…….

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Bethel approves last piece of funding for $1.5M expansion of Clarke Business Park – Danbury News Times

Six months after securing state funding, Bethel’s Board of Finance voted Tuesday to approve the use of general fund money for the town’s contribution to the project — the cost of which is now estimated around $1.5 million.

“This is a project that has been about 20 or 25 years in the making,” First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker said.

The town has wanted to expand the industrial park for years but has had to put it on hold.

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Abutters Fight Contractor’s Yard – The Provincetown Independent

WELLFLEET — Neighbors of a contractor’s yard at the corner of Route 6 and Old Wharf Road have asked the zoning board of appeals to reverse an interim building inspector’s decision to allow the business to operate there.

A hearing on their request to overturn Victor Staley’s November authorization is set for the zoning board’s Jan. 13 meeting. A half dozen neighbors, represented by attorney David Reid, filed the appeal; they include Christine Woods, Patricia and Antonio Lemme,…….

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Victims of Windy Fire have until January 15 to sign up for debris removal – Porterville Recorder

Less than a week remains for owners of properties that sustained structural damage in the Hopkins, Washington, Windy, French, Fawn and River Complex fires to enroll in the state’s Consolidated Debris Removal Program.

Saturday, January 15 is the deadline for owners of properties affected by those fires to sign up for the program. Under the program administered by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services,Cal OES, and the California Departmen…….