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Capital I and Lower Case N (No Logo's)

Two haunting and Magical little songs from Sesame Street. Steve Zuckerman is so cool! 'Capital I' was the second thing I looked up on ...

Prominent waste broker out of Annapolis

With a licensed trash hauler and, legally, a business like Premier cannot operate. City officials said they were not targeting Premier but rather enforcing a code violation as they would with any unlicensed entity. But Djuric said he did not know his business broke city code.

On the first day of the U.S. Sailboat Show, Oct. 5, the city got word garbage had not been picked up from commercial businesses downtown, said David Jarrell, director of the city Department of Public Works. The city sent crews to pick up the waste and public works representatives to downtown businesses to hand out an approved list of haulers.

“At that point, it was kind of an extreme situation,” which was compounded by the boat show, Jarrell said.

Public works analyst Cindy Tait called Ecology and learned Premier had not paid Ecology, she said. Djuric denies Premier was late on any payments.

Pete Osborne, CEO of Ecology, said negotiations to buy the Premier contracts are underway.

Commissioners updated on road projects, funding by state officials

A project to improve Md. 97 north of Westminster is already underway, Ports said, with SHA adding a through lane in each direction between Airport Drive and Pleasant Valley Road.

“Crews will also add a traffic signal at Md. 97 and Meadow Branch Road and Arthur Peck Drive,” he said. “Construction is underway and the $3.8 million project will be complete in fall 2018.”

Other projects include replacing the bridge over Big Pipe Creek on Md. 496, west of Manchester, a $5.7 million project, Ports said, and a $5.2 million project widening Md. 26 between Calvert Way and Emerald Lane in Eldersburg. Both of those projects are expected to be completed by summer 2018, he said.

Ports also announced $12 million in highway safety grants to Carroll law enforcement and other agencies — $24,000 to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, $7,000 to the Westminster Police Department, $4,200 to the Sykesville fire company and $4,000 to the Sykesville Police Department — and recognized the county and Sheriff Jim DeWees for work on a strategic highway safety plan.

Conservatives, why don't you attack these companies that support gay marriage instead of the media.?

You guys always say the "liberal media" is promoting the "gay agenda". And you attack them for it.
There are some great American companies who support me as a gay person, among them, Microsoft and Google.