Tag: plans

Public Water System

City, state tackle I-35 flooding issues in downtown Duluth

March 14, 2017

Via: American Infrastructure

The city and state will implement Plan A next week in a combined effort to address the beach rock that is clogging drain pipes and causing flooding and periodic lane closures on Interstate 35 through downtown Duluth. “We all agree […]

Public Transport

Mich. utility pulls $15 mil plan to build EV charging stations

February 27, 2017

Via: AmericanPublicPower

Consumers Energy has withdrawn its request to implement a $15 million program to build plug-in electric vehicle charging stations in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. The utility, a subsidiary of investor-owned utility CMS Energy, withdrew its proposal after staff of the state’s […]


NYC May Expand One of Midtown’s Most Crowded Sidewalks

February 16, 2017

Via: NYC Streets Blog

In the summer of 2015, NYC DOT and real estate titan Vornado made two big changes to the streets around Penn Station, where sidewalk crowding is incredibly intense. One of those changes, Plaza 33, turned the western third of 33rd […]

Health & Insurance

Repealing The Affordable Care Act Could Be More Complicated Than It Looks

November 22, 2016

Via: The Caregiver Space

After six controversial years, the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, may be on the way out, thanks to the GOP sweep of the presidency and both houses of Congress Tuesday. “There’s no question Obamacare is dead,” said insurance industry consultant […]