Month: September 2021

WOC Park-And-Ride Favored Option For Large-Scale Workforce Housing Complex; 54-Person Project Planned On Dorchester Street OCEAN CITY — Ocean City is working on identifying potential locations for one or more affordable seasonal workforce housing projects and the park-and-ride in West Ocean City has emerged as the front-runner. On Tuesday, the Mayor and Council heard a
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Nearly 130 members of the U.S. fishing industry signed a letter sent earlier this month to the top members of the U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee that oversees fishing policies, expressing concerns about a bill they said would create technological redundancies, add to their costs, and raise privacy concerns. The industry members told U.S. Reps.
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Many of Joe Biden’s presidential hopes depend on the votes of two Democratic senators whose refusal to support his $3.5 trillion social spending package also potentially jeopardizes a separate massive infrastructure bill. Kyrsten Sinema from Arizona and Joe Manchin from West Virginia are very different characters — but both are centrists, and, with the Senate
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(Paris) French Minister of the Sea, Annick Girardin, announced on Thursday that Paris would soon launch “retaliatory measures” in response to the low number of British licenses granted to French fishermen, a “limited” number that the European Commission “regrets”. Posted on Sep 30, 2021 at 12:30 p.m. “We have an action calendar that will be
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‘He died live on television’ Mahapatra and Das were friends from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication in Dhenkanal. Das graduated in 2003 while Mahapatra was a year his senior. They were also roommates in the IIMC hostel. “Arindam was one of the finest reporters,” Mahapatra told Newslaundry. “He started as a crime reporter and,
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SHALIMAR — An Okaloosa County sheriff’s deputy was recognized nationally Tuesday for his unit’s success in apprehending boaters under the influence and “keeping Florida’s waterways safe.”  Boating under the influence is one of the biggest problems on area waterways, with Okaloosa County leading the state in BUI arrests last year at a total of 56. The OCSO is on track to
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It must be a matter of concern for all of us. Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry detained a Malaysian-flagged fishing vessel conducting illegal fishing activity in Indonesia’s Fisheries Management Area (WPPNRI) 571 at the Malacca Strait. “Our officers managed to arrest a Malaysian-flagged illegal fishing vessel SLFA 5219 with a trawler,”
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Billy Mauff, the high-voltage veteran offshore racer and owner/driver of the Supercat-class WHM Motorsports team, reckons he’s burned through four of his nine lives. Two of them he credits to roll-overs on the racecourse and one to a snowmobile wreck this winter in Wyoming that, he said, “almost ripped my arm off.” Most recently—as in
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Online marketplace for vacation rentals and other lodgings Airbnb has come out with their latest round-up of key travel trends in India, with the study taking place in the first half of 2021. Happy #WorldTourismDay! Here’s a round up of some of the top travel trends in India: 👨👵🏻 Rise of millennial and senior Hosts⛺
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Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport International Boat Show, that even with travel restrictions and supply chain disruptions still impacting exhibitors, the 50th Anniversary Show attendance was up. The four-day event, held along the downtown waterfront in Newport, Rhode Island, opened on Thursday, September 16 and continued through Sunday, September 19. This
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I. Introduction 1. The present report is submitted pursuant to paragraph 3 of Security Council resolution 2546 (2020), in which the Council renewed its request to report on the implementation of resolution 2240 (2019), in particular the implementation of paragraphs 7 to 10 of that resolution. 2. The report covers developments since the previous report
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Instead of riding the wave of symmetrical designs, Sanlorenzo dares to go against the tide by revolutionising the nautical world with the introduction of its first asymmetrical yacht in 2019.  Now Sanlorenzo introduces two new models in the SL range along with one in the SD range, all boasting the high-quality craftsmanship that the Italian luxury yacht builder is known for. Par for the course,
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