Company working to bring Mexico radioactive waste to Washington a proposal to import thousands of tons of radioactive waste from Italy, treat it and ultimately store the remnants in Utah was abandoned following public outcry. The latest application was filed April 3 by Atlanta-based Perma-Fix Environmental Solutions ... 05/2/2012 - 10:33 am | View Link
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The Fort Wayne Traffic Engineering Department announced Wednesday that Baker Street will continue to have a westbound lane closure between Harrison and Ewing streets until May 2. It said adjacent streets will remain open around Parkview Field.
Councilmen Fred Richardson and Levon Manzie recognize that other areas of the city are in need of sidewalks after the City Council endorses a project -- funded locally by private money -- along Old Shell Road in the village of Spring Hill.
Sponsoring a luncheon at the National Association of Sports Commissions' event symposium in Oklahoma City in early April, the city unveiled its first promotional video marketing the under-construction, $27 million Foley Sports Tourism Complex.
Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., the No. 3 ranking member of the House, toured the facilities at shipbuilder Austal USA along with Byrne and Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson. McCarthy offered a strong endorsement of the LCS program.