Feds Announce Money for Small Businesses to Find Energy Efficiencies

If adapting to, and mitigating, climate change sounds like a big, expensive job, it’s because it is. Of course, if you’re a small or medium size business, just about any additional cost or project is big, so if you want to tackle a project to make yourself more environmentally-friendly, wouldn’t it be nice if the Federal government could offer some assistance? Continue reading “Feds Announce Money for Small Businesses to Find Energy Efficiencies”

Never Mind the Smell, the Air is Fine

If you live in the south end of the city, and the air smells vaguely like “dill pickles and burnt plastic” (as one person on Facebook describe it), the good news is that you’re in no danger. The bad news is you might have to live with aroma for a couple of days. Continue reading “Never Mind the Smell, the Air is Fine”

City Council Preview – What’s on the Agenda for the November 28 Meeting?

This coming Monday, council will be back in session with decisions on two of the most important issues of the fall, the City’s reaction to the Nestle renewal for their Permit to Take Water and the development of the old tennis courts at 75 Dublin St N. What way will this all shake out? Continue reading “City Council Preview – What’s on the Agenda for the November 28 Meeting?”