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Editorial Roundup: New York

The Daily Star 02 Dec 2021
New York Post. November 29, 2021. Editorial. New Yorkers shouldn’t have to pay SEVEN TIMES the cost for their schools as other cities. As New Yorkers know better than anyone, everything costs more here ... The latest example ... New York is set to reap billions in COVID “relief” and infrastructure funds. It sure would be nice if that kind of cash isn’t wasted ... .
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The Editorial Board: State grants could seed new investment in parts of Buffalo, North Tonawanda

The Buffalo News 01 Dec 2021
That meshes nicely with the terminal’s master plan, released earlier this year. The plan also calls for infrastructure and streetscape improvements and “distinct” connectivity between the terminal and Broadway Market ... Infrastructure improvements – think Ohio Street in Buffalo – can instigate a virtuous circle of private investment.
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Finally, a legislative package only the Grinch would oppose

The Hill 01 Dec 2021
With the newfound prioritization of time spent outside and the recreation economy’s positive impacts in every corner of the country not dissipating anytime soon, improving recreation management, access and infrastructure is no longer a nice to have, but a must have.
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Mitchell leaders compile infrastructure project list hoping to secure $13M in COVID-19 relief funds

The Daily Republic 30 Nov 2021
However, each city must first identify water and sewer infrastructure projects and the costs associated with them to have an opportunity at securing the state funds ... Considering the city is planning to make roughly $33 million in infrastructure improvements in 2022, the timing of the potential funding opportunity works out nice for the city.
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Mayors scramble for face time with Buttigieg with billions of infrastructure dollars at stake

West Hawaii Today 30 Nov 2021
It’s only gotten more so since I left my time as mayor, although I will say it would have been nice when I was mayor to have this big of an infrastructure fund coming my way,” Buttigieg said ... The charm offensive by local government officials started long before the infrastructure legislation arrived on Biden’s desk.
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Urban SDK Increases Seed Funding to $3.7 Million to Expand Nationwide

Kentucky New Era 30 Nov 2021
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Nov ... Over the past year, the company has progressed nicely and met its operating plan. With the backdrop of the $1.2 trillion 'Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act' recently enacted, the company is poised for explosive growth," said Mitchel Laskey, managing partner of DeepWork Capital ... About Urban SDK ... Media Contact ... Image 1 ... .
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Mitchell leaders compile infrastructure project list hoping to secure $46M in COVID-19 relief funds

The Daily Republic 30 Nov 2021
However, each city must first identify water and sewer infrastructure projects and the costs associated with them to have an opportunity at securing the state funds ... Considering the city is planning to make roughly $33 million in infrastructure improvements in 2022, the timing of the potential funding opportunity works out nice for the city.
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New Yorkers shouldn’t have to pay SEVEN TIMES the cost for their schools as other cities

New York Post 30 Nov 2021
More On. public schools. NYC school construction costs tower over similar tri-state jobs. Indiana admin who says critical race theory is taught in schools put on leave ... The latest example. PS 33 in The Bronx, vs ... New York is set to reap billions in COVID “relief” and infrastructure funds. It sure would be nice if that kind of cash isn’t wasted ....
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‘There was a prophecy I would come’: the western men who think they are South ...

The Guardian 27 Nov 2021
Yet Vanuatu is also threatened by a rising tide, and cyclones regularly hit its scarce infrastructure and fragile agrarian economy. Later, living in Nice as a supposed king in exile, Berger adopted the studied ...
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Head of Mission / Country Director Myanmar (f/m/d)

Reliefweb 26 Nov 2021
WASH, DRR and basic infrastructure ... ... ... 03/2022 ... Nice to have. Experience in WaSH, DRR and / or basic infrastructure Language knowledge in German Working experience in an Asian context Knowledge in Funds of Donors (like BMZ, UN Ocha Pooled Based Fund, DFID, Unicef) Knowledge especially in implementing emergency relief projects and transitional aid ... .
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Tyler Cowen: Nuclear fusion is close enough to start dreaming

Pioneer Press 26 Nov 2021
It is too early to tell if its claims will pan out, but there have been so many breakthroughs lately that they cannot be dismissed ... One second-order effect is that countries with good infrastructure planning would reap a significant relative gain. The fast train from Paris to Nice would become faster yet, but would trains on the Acela corridor? ... .
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Letters to the Editor, Thursday Nov. 25 Happy Thanksgiving!

The Daily Gazette 25 Nov 2021
While there is still precious little bike infrastructure, such as bike lanes, in Schenectady, there is a very nice, heavily used trail — the Mohawk Hudson Bike Hike Trail (part of the larger Empire State Trail) ...Nice job!” to someone who has just done you a service while smiling.
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Salvaging a little of our quality of life

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 23 Nov 2021
South City used to be a nice place to live. The infrastructure cannot support this much development ... If they want to throw our taxpayer money around (remember, we’re going to all be paying for the infrastructures for the rest of our lives, and our children’s lives), they ...
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Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Needs A Quick Win For Nuclear

Forbes 23 Nov 2021
Passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act ...
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The not-so-invisible primary for 2024

Columbia Journalism Review 23 Nov 2021
... media spotlight tied to Biden’s infrastructure legislation ... the Post’s Toluse Olorunnipa, for instance, noted on CNN on Sunday that Buttigieg currently has a “nice portfolio” that he can use to talk up Biden’s infrastructure achievements and the bipartisanship that led to them.
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