He says quite a few people spoke against the project during a recent Advisory Park Board meeting. He says concerns were expressed about the parking lot and lighting, and loss of green space. He says the board asked City staff and WLA officials to get together to work on addressing those issues.
Written by Kelly Mulhollan of Still on the Hill and published by the University of Arkansas Press in 2015, the book looks at the life of Ed Stilley, from Hogscald Holler in Carroll County, who created more than 200 guitars, fiddles and dulcimers, each inscribed with the words “True Faith, True Light, Have Faith in God.” The evening is presented by the Boone County Library. Free. 870 741 5913..
He could find joy and laughter in most situations which endeared him to all. His enthusiasm for nature was instilled in his children and grandchildren. Pat enjoyed fishing (especially at the beach) and bird watching. UNC will look to goalie Taylor Moreno to have another exceptional game following a career high 17 saves against UVA. McCool also leads UNC’s offense with 28 goalies and three assists, along with Ela Hazar (11G, 16A), Katie Hoeg (13G, 8A), Jamie Ortega (16G, 4A), Kara Klages (7G, 2A), and Ally Mastroianni (7G, 1A). Northwestern’s Lindsay Darrell will likely see the mark on McCool, with 13 caused turnovers and 9 ground balls.
Jen Fuentes, assistant director of the city’s office of community development, said the committee faces tough decisions every year. Grants are ultimately awarded according to available funding and specific proposal details. For example, she said that Boys Girls Club of Kingston also located in Midtown serves hundreds of kids per year, in partnership with YMCA.
An amended decree was consented to by all parties and adopted on June 7, 1954. This decree permitted New York City to increase its withdrawal rate to 800 Mgal/d, contingent upon the City’s construction of a third in basin water reservoir the Cannonsville impoundment on the West Branch of the Delaware River which was completed in 1967. The decree also permitted an out of basin diversion of 100 Mgal/d to central and northeastern New Jersey through the Delaware and Raritan Canal.
In September, Double Discovery celebrated its 50th anniversary with a gala honoring Lehecka and his longtime friend, former New York City schools chancellor Joel Klein (CC’67). Both men, who met in third grade and grew up in the same public housing project in Queens, received Double Discovery’s highest honor, the James P. Shenton Award for Excellence, named for the late Columbia history professor who helped create the program.