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Outsourcing of solid waste management in two districts okayed

The News International 20 Jun 2021
Besides, the board acknowledged the revenue potential of Rs6.5 billion from charging minimal fees from households for solid waste management services in seven districts of Karachi ... 217,856 with a household count of 6,360, and their estimated garbage generation is 110 tonnes a day.
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Civic calendar | Humboldt County supes mull freeze on coastal zone cannabis cultivation

Times Standard 20 Jun 2021
• The council will consider establishing a resolution to establish solid waste management fees and enter into an agreement with the Humboldt Waste Management Authority to provide household hazardous waste services for the city ... Department of Health and Human Services.
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Celebrations for some, anxiety for others but pubs hope the Euros party will kick off soon

The Observer 20 Jun 2021
Because of ongoing restrictions on household mixing and table service, many hospitality venues say they can only accommodate about 50% – and sometimes just 30% – of the customers they would expect for big football matches ... and table service that makes it very, very difficult.”.
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With 45% of Indians excluded from the food security net, it’s time to univeralise the PDS

The Wire 20 Jun 2021
... systematically procure and store seasonal harvests from farmers and guarantee re-distribution to households each month ... That is because the wealthier households in the programmes, with their greater political clout, are able to ensure better accountability and quality of services.
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Home builders juggle intense demand, cost increases for materials

The Roanoke Times 20 Jun 2021
Casey Fabris. Checking the price of lumber has become a part of Alexander Boone’s daily routine ... The goods economy did well in 2020, as the pandemic forced people to stay home and forgo experience and services ... For many, household balance sheets improved during the pandemic due to an influx of stimulus money and a decline in spending ... One bright spot ... .
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All Michigan households eligible for food assistance will receive additional payment in June

Cedar Springs Post 19 Jun 2021
– All Michigan families who are eligible for food assistance benefits will receive an additional payment in June in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced. Close to 700,000 Michigan households will benefit under approval from the U.S ... Spanish and Arabic service is available.
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Big banks want communities of color to trust them. But it’s not so simple

The Los Angeles Times 19 Jun 2021
JPMorgan Chase said it would invest $30 billion over five years into Black and Latino communities through funding for businesses, home loans and opening “community center” branches in underserved areas that provide additional services aimed at unbanked or underbanked households ... Some banks use services that check applicants’ banking history.
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National Treasury: Municipalities can only realistically collect R37bn of R231bn debt

Independent online (SA) 19 Jun 2021
The SA Local Government Association (Salga) believes there is a clear link between municipalities’ ability to service their debt including to power utility Eskom and water boards and their inability to collect from the government, business and households for services delivered.
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A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country

Castanet 19 Jun 2021
Montreal and several other regions have moved from the orange pandemic alert level to yellow, permitting indoor gatherings with members of another household, the resumption of outdoor team sports and expanded capacity for weddings, funerals and religious services ... household.
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3rd Covid wave sooner than anticipated as people rush to eat out and shop in ...

International Business Times 19 Jun 2021
In addition, 75 per cent of Indian households expect visitors like domestic help, service providers etc. to their homes in the next 30 days ... The findings indicate that the majority of Indian households are likely to have service providers, domestic help and extended family visit them in the next 30 days ... Also Read ... IMA ... Covid third wave ...   ... Survey ... .
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Macao's composite CPI down 0.51 pct in May

Xinhua 19 Jun 2021
Analyzed by section of goods and services, the price indices of recreation and culture and communication declined by 10.06 percent and 7.63 percent year on year respectively, whereas the indices of transport and household furnishings and services ...
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SSWMB approves Rs. 8 billion budget for FY-2021-22

Urdu Point 19 Jun 2021
6.5 billion from charging minimal fees from households for solid waste management services in 7 districts of Karachi ... The Board on the request received from district administration Malir for extension of sanitation services in Murad Memon Goth, Gulshan-e-Hadeed and Steel Town for ...
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Hunger in plain sight: SNAP food benefits help low-income people, families

The Bismarck Tribune 19 Jun 2021
Doing so might might have cost the state $2.8 million a month in emergency SNAP benefits -- a 25% loss -- impacting 15,400 households, according to the state Human Services Department ... Nearly 12% of state households expected a loss of income in May, according to a Household Pulse Survey conducted by the U.S.
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How we waste £265 a year on unused subscriptions

This is Money 19 Jun 2021
A record number of households are spending £265 a year on subscriptions for goods and services they do not even use, according to research released today by Compare The Market ... such services, often without realising it.
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Critics Say Bipartisan Infrastructure Proposal Will Enrich Wall Street Investors

truthout 19 Jun 2021
Food & Water Watch estimated in a March (pdf) that, on average, privately owned utilities charge households 59% more than local governments for drinking water service ... The top proposed financing sources would facilitate a Wall Street takeover of public services like water – which would lead to higher rates, worse service, and job cuts.
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