By Jasper Baker Community Reporter Cumbria County Council’s Copeland Area Support Team has worked with a range of local partners to create an Egremont Town Team, which includes representatives from the local community in Egremont, to develop a "place vision" for the town.By hosting two virtual workshops and an online survey, the Council are seeking insights, thoughts and knowledge to help shape a powerful vision for Egremont.
We will have the first idea of how the 2021 local elections are going with results on three key councils overnight.The Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, Derby City Council, and the second tier borough council of Nuneaton & Bedworth are the only Midlands authorities due to to count and declare results on Thursday night.
Class Council President Previews Virtual CU Commencement, Says Senior Year During Pandemic Was ‘Wild To Say The Least’
BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – When asked to describe her senior year at the University of Colorado Boulder, Class Council President Allie Reuter didn’t hold back.“It’s been wild to say the least.” Reuter is thrilled to graduate on Thursday after countless hours tackling courses virtually during the pandemic.
People encouraged to enjoy local walking routes, including 'Four Pubs and a Sewage Works' trail MAY is National Walking Month and Bradford Council is encouraging people to enjoy the health benefits of walking at the same time as exploring the district’s great scenery.Many people have taken up walking during the pandemic and with the longer days and better weather, this interest is likely to continue.
Some farmers in receipt of less than €10,000 in direct payments could see their payments reduced by €1,200 between 2023 and 2026 under the European Parliament's convergence proposals.However, farmers with lower entitlement values would see a substantial rise in their payments over the period, according to a new convergence modelling exercise carried out by the Department of Agriculture.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, Council President Darrell Clarke silent on whether city should apologize for MOVE bombing
As calls grow for the city to issue a formal apology for the MOVE bombing timed for Wednesday’s 35th anniversary of the tragedy — which left 11 people dead, including five children, and burned down 61 homes — the city’s top leaders have so far declined to weigh in.
Marlow Bridge bollards causes traffic to be 'thrown past three schools' Concerns grow that the new width restriction on Marlow Bridge is causing more traffic to pass by local schools.The new bollards were installed earlier this year in a bid to prevent HGVs from crossing the iconic bridge.
SCHOOLS are being invited to get involved in Bradford Council's Tree for Every Child project and get trees for their grounds or for families to take home.Last Autumn Bradford Council pledged to plant a tree for every primary school child in the district – 55,000 trees – over the next two years.
Traffic PUBLIC NOTICE LONDON BOROUGH OF BROMLEY ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 AS AMENDED - SECTION 14 (1) (C) TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC VARIOUS ROADS WITHIN THE LONDON BOROUGH OF BROMLEY NOTICE OF MAKING AN ORDER 1.THE Council of the London Borough of Bromley HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that in order for Thames Water to complete water main replacement works to be carried out in the streets listed in the Schedule below THEY HAVE MADE an Order the effect of which will be to impose the following restrictions on vehicular traffic:- (1) WAITING VEHICLES No person shall, until the works are completed, cause or permit any vehicle to wait in any street specified in the Schedule to this Order, or any other street or part of a street adjacent thereto as may become necessary.
BRADFORD COUNCIL ELECTIONS 2021 - Candidates from smaller parties and independents to take on major political parties
ALTHOUGH major political parties make up the bulk of the 90 members of Bradford Council, independents and smaller parties have had a major impact on the Council in recent years.And at tomorrow’s elections, where 33 seats are up for grabs, there will be a number of candidates either not aligned to any political party, or acting as sole candidate for their party in the district.
Memphis city leaders delayed another vote on an ordinance that could impact the controversial proposed Byhalia Connection Pipeline.This comes after legal questions were raised about the council’s authority when it comes to that controversial topic.Council heard opponents of the pipeline and Plains All American, the company that wants to bring the pipeline to Memphis.
By Mark Stanford Digital Reporter BRADFORD Council’s night patrol vehicles will be out tonight due to the district’s ice risk.The vehicles will be patrolling higher ground across the Bradford district as the unusual cold snap continues to bite.Temperatures will plunge to 1C in Bradford by the early hours of tomorrow, according to the Met Office.
Almost 2000 Rother Valley residents have signed a petition calling for Rotherham Council to bid for £20m government cash, which would be invested in the area’s high streets.Alexander Stafford, Rother Valley’s MP, has presented the petition to Parliament calling on Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council to submit a strong bid to access the £20 million in government grant funding available for Rother Valley, as part of the government’s £4.8bn Levelling Up Fund.
This new one-to-one business mentoring and support programme, which is due to commence in May 2021, aims to create at least 155 jobs and sustain at least 50 jobs by December 30 2023.PraiMayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Jim Montgomery commented: ”The Council is backing businesses, providing support and mentoring through this new Programme.
Outrage after Ards and North Down council spends £100k on Portaferry scheme only to be torpedoed by Stormont
A council spent £100,000 on a public realm scheme - only for a Sinn Fein minister to change the rules for funding.Councillors in Ards and North Down have voiced outrage and threatened a legal challenge to Stormont over the failed plan to regenerate Portaferry.The Council spent £100,000 designing a public realm plan in line with a Department for Communities funding scheme.
The Philadelphia Water Department scaled back its requested 17.6% two-year rate increase after City Hall reduced the amount the department contributes to the city’s pension plan.At a City Council budget hearing, Water Commissioner Randy E. Hayman told councilmembers that it reduced its rate increase request to about 10% over the next two years — 3.6% this September, and 6.4% in September, 2022.
PLANS for the opening of The Shakespeare North Playhouse in Prescot have taken another positive step forward as Knowsley Council’s Cabinet has confirmed the formal appointment of the Shakespeare North Trust as operator of this landmark venue.To mark this latest milestone, an updated image of how The Playhouse will look, when complete, has also been released.
5G Three and EE mobile Hove roof masts plan to be decided ANGRY residents gathered to show their opposition to plans for new mobile phone masts on top of their block of flats.The group held banners and placards outside Coombe Lea in Grand Avenue, Hove.They are concerned by plans by telecoms giants EE and Three to put six 5G masts on the roof without their consent.
Peter Melvin, 30, from Kings Heath, was found guilty of three charges of assault by beating following a trial at Birmingham Magistrates' Court A binman has been branded a 'bully' for punching teenagers in the face in a park row.Peter Melvin lashed out at the youths, one of whom was female and is claimed to have suffered a broken jaw, as well as a man in his 50s who acted as a Good Samaritan at Kings Heath Park last year.
Cornwall businesses to get further Covid grants Businesses in Cornwall are set to receive further grant payments to aid their recovery from Covid restrictions.and will begin distributing it to businesses by the end of last week (April 30).Cornwall Council has already paid out around £9.5million to 2,639 businesses under the January 2021 lockdown Additional Restriction Grant (ARG) Scheme.