First, the positive news: Cooler, more humid weather is predicted to continue moving through the state this week which will help firefighters set up the containment lines needed to stop the growth of multiple blazes. According to Doug Grafe, Chief of Fire Protection at the Oregon Department of Forestry, some good progress is being made in that regard. It’s also promising that the Riverside fire the biggest blaze that roared through Clackamas County and has so far burned 450,000 acres is being slowed by firefighters who are now able to set up multiple containment lines in the area..
City Engineering is proposing to maintain the width of the street at 40′ but will add 3′ curb bump outs at intersections to shorten pedestrian crosswalks except for bus stop corners which should minimize conflicts with bicyclists. As a pilot tree trenches and pervious sidewalks will be installed in pilot locations and locations for rain gardens identified. Bike sharrows will be painted in the street to alert drivers that they must share the road and colored pavement will be added at crosswalks.
“However, as per convention, any officer receiving the Prime Minister, President or Vice President, at his place of posting or a public function, should be dressed in a formal attire, which may be a bandhgala or a western suit worn with a tie,” said N Gopalaswami who has served as CEC and Union home secretary. He added that formal dress is also the convention when a bureaucrat calls on his concerned minister for the first time after joining a new posting. “Wearing formals while receiving dignitaries is also part of our induction training, as the trainee officers are required to dress up in bandhgalas or formal suits when the President visits the Academy,” said a former secretary with the department of personnel.
Their application is 17 on the agenda, Legistar 62953. Madison City Channel is the City of Madison’s municipal television channel, a service provided by City of Madison Information Technology (IT). Madison City Channel covers essential City board, commission, and committee meetings, as well as events like panel discussions and community listening sessions.
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