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City of Alexandria, VA

Animals

What you need to know about animals, pets and wildlife in Alexandria.

Arts & Culture

Through engaging the community, encouraging participation, and facilitating access to arts and culture, the City builds a vibrant community for its residents, workers, and visitors.

Buildings & Construction

The City provides services to residents, businesses, contractors, and visitors needing permits for constructions and other developments.

Discrimination & Disabilities

Information about the City’s Human Rights Code, human rights and anti-discrimination services and activities, and resources and services for people with disabilities.

Environment

“Green” initiatives, air quality, noise, water conservation, mosquito and rodent control.

Jobs

Alexandria offers wide range of job opportunities and services. Work for City government or City Public Schools, find out about an internship opportunity or learn about workforce development and career training options.

Maps

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) centrally manages, shares and analyzes information about locations through specialized mapping technology. This information

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SOCIETY HILL @ JERSEY CITY

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SOCIETY HILL @ JERSEY CITY

Society Hill @ Jersey City is a private waterfront community offering the convenient lifestyle of condominium ownership and all its advantages.  Outdoor chores like lawn mowing, snow removal and exterior maintenance are eliminated.  Society Hill residents enjoy the comfort, privacy and investment advantages of home ownership without the responsibilities of property maintenance.

Society Hill’s Amenities:

Security:  Society Hill is a gated community with 24-hour security.  The gatehouse with manned security will give you the comfort of knowing that this is your own private world where only you, your neighbors and invited guests

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City Mayors: US local government

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Tel: +1 202 293-7330
Fax: +1 202 293-2352
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City of Philadelphia

Announcement

The Streets Department has announced changes to recycling pickup during COVID-19. Beginning April 6, recycling will be collected on an every-other-week schedule. There will be no recycling April 6-11. Collection will start the week of April 13 and continue every other week until at least May 15. Trash collection will continue on or close to schedule. To report a missed pickup, contact Philly311.

Week of:

  • April 6 – Trash collection only
    • Note: there will be no trash collection Friday, April 10 due to the holiday. Friday’s trash will be collected on Saturday, April 11.
  • April 13 – Trash and recycling collection
  • April 20 – Trash collection only
  • April 27 – Trash and recycling collection
  • May 4 – Trash collection only
  • May 11 – Trash and recycling collection

Announcement

The Philadelphia Department of Public Health is sending texts and emails to contact individuals who have tested positive for

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Government Center Plaza Boston, also known as City Hall Plaza

Home > Strange Boston

In the late 1950s, fifty-six acres of downtown Boston were demolished in an
urban renewal project. Many old granite and brick buildings were torn
down and replaced with the John F. Kennedy Towers, Center Plaza, and
the new Boston City Hall. Adams Square and
Scollay Square were completely
eliminated. Scollay Square had evolved into a burlesque area, which helped justify flattening the entire square.

The architectural theme of Government Center was that of an Italian piazza. The open air plaza would
flow into the new Boston City Hall building. Public business would be conducted in the lower levels, and city business
would be conducted in the higher floors. The most important city functions would
be in the highest floors, overlooking the plaza.

Government Center Plaza

Occasionally a master plan does not live up to expectations. Someone once remarked,
made politically correct by this author: “If Boston

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City of Turlock: Employment

Welcome to the City of Turlock’s job application process!

You can now apply online by clicking on the job title you are interested in and clicking on the “Apply” link! If this is the first time you are applying using our online job application, you will need to create an account and select a Username and Password. After your account has been established, you can build an application by clicking on the “Build Job Application” link. This application can be saved and used to apply for more than one job opening.

Please note any changes made to your personal account information in NeoGov does not change personal information on previously submitted applications.  It is essential that you notify Human Resources of any personal information changes (name, address, phone number, etc.) that are made to your personal information in NeoGov.  Contact Human Resources at (209) 668-5540 to report changes.

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Oklahoma City University School of Law


Why OCU Law?

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A stately, historic building surrounded by opportunities in the legal profession.

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Study law in the heart of OKC’s legal scene. OCU Law is partner to the vibrant, emerging Innovation District adjacent to downtown.

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Launch a rewarding career with excellent post-grad employment rates.

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City, State, Federal & Public Sector Jobs

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“You” access our Services as either a Visitor, Job Seeker, or Personnel. For purposes of this Terms of Use, you are a Visitor if you are just visiting one of our Services. You are a Job Seeker if you hold an account with one or more of

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