Archive for November 14th, 2016

FirstService Residential Expands Its New York City Management…

Monday, November 14th, 2016:

275 West 10th Street New York, NY (PRWEB) November 14, 2016 FirstService Residential, New York’s leading property management company, announced that the company was recently selected to serve as property manager for several new buildings. “This is an exciting opportunity for us to showcase our diverse and versatile in-house talent,” said Dan Wurtzel, president of FirstService Residential. “With a wide range of lifestyle services offered at each different property, we will be able to display our strengths in supporting these unique communities with our customized management plans.” New properties added to its portfolio include the following: Manhattan:     275 […] Read More →

Video reveals the 9,000-year-old settlement found submerged under the sea off Sweden

Monday, November 14th, 2016:

Just off the coast of southern Sweden, researchers have discovered what is thought to be the submerged remains of an ancient Stone Age lagoon community. The findings include a 9,000-year-old pick axe sculpted from elk antlers, and eight fish traps made of braided hazel rods. According to the researchers, the settlers that once lived there likely had ‘good lives,’ with plenty of food and a favourable climate – but their lagoon environment sank as sea levels rose in the centuries that followed. Scroll down for video  Just off the coast of southern Sweden, researchers have discovered what’s thought to be […] Read More →

Army, Interior Department call for more review on Dakota pipeline

Monday, November 14th, 2016:

By Ernest Scheyder and Liz Hampton Federal authorities deferred a final decision on a controversial North Dakota section of the Dakota Access Pipeline on Monday in a statement that highlighted concerns about the “repeated” dispossession of tribal lands in the country’s past. The Departments of the Army and Interior, in a joint statement, said that while their previous decisions to grant construction were consistent with legal requirements, they wanted to have additional discussions due to concerns about protecting Lake Oahe, a sensitive federally owned water source. The $3.7 billion Dakota Access construction project has drawn steady opposition since last summer […] Read More →

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