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Catch Up On Past Episodes
FAQ City: The Rivalry Between Charlotte And Raleigh - via Wfae
The local press tends to keep the feud going, be it in newspaper columns or talk show tirades. For example, a Raleigh News and Observer columnist once described Charlotte as a "high rise truck stop just west of Monroe ... a souless sprawl of over-priced suburbs filled with people who pretend to like Charlotte, but who'd really rather be going to prom with her big sister, that slatternly Atlanta."
Partnership Between City of Ithaca and College of Business Enhances Community Engagement - according to Cornellsun
Joseph Thomas, interim dean of the business college, said that he is pleased the college has the ability to provide employees within the City of Ithaca and Tompkins County the opportunity to engage with the Cornell campus.
City Announces Proposals to Bridge Gap Between Federal and State Gun Laws - per Columbusunderground
“[The code] explicitly states a relevant part, that ‘Except as specifically provided by federal and state law, a person without further license, permission, restriction, delay or process, may own, possess, purchase, sell, transfer, transport, store or keep any firearm, part of firearm, its components and ammunition — except as provided by state and federal law,” Klein said. “Those exceptions are why we’re here today.”
Akron Entrepreneurs Build a Connection Between the City and Its Innovators - via Wksu
Getting Akron to grow again is a stated goal of Mayor Dan Horrigan. To do that he is initiating an economic development program called BOUNCE. It’s aimed at getting people to move to Akron by stimulating entrepreneurship and business expansion through new ideas.
Dispute Between Chemung County and The City of Elmira Continues - via Mytwintiers
"That has been spun into the County coming back and saying that between shared service and the sales tax reallocation we've saved money because of the shared service," Said Collins. According to Collins when looking at sales tax allocation and shared services separately it will show that the City of Elmira has in fact lost money since the City decided to be a part of shared services with the county. However, County officials say the numbers show that the City of Elmira has saved money.