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RitzCarlton sets up signs for 12-storey on Grace Bay Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 27 Jul 2015 – It was postponed last Wednesday night, that public town hall meeting to discuss the proposal of a five story height increase for Provo. The government says this move to increase building height and density to 12 storeys is to boost “economic benefit, job growth, and stimulation of the construction industry, auxiliary services and tourism related businesses.”Originally, the Administration and Planning Department were soliciting electronic comments; that was criticized and our efforts to get an update on the feedback netted nothing. Now, the town hall meeting is again announced with a new date on Wednesday August 5 at the Gus Lightbourne Gym at 7pm. Still there is that option to make a written representation in email at [email protected] or you can drop off your view to the office of the Premier between 8am and 4:30pm.As for how high the proposal wants to take the resort development and others in future; “the recommended building height increase is 12 stories (up to a maximum of 140 feet) as opposed to seven stories (up to a maximum of 90 feet).” Related Items:12 storey, Administration and Planning Department, gus lightbourne gym, town hall meeting Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Science Fair open to public viewing by noon Recommended for you Town Hall Meeting for Building Heights at gym later today
MURRIETA, Calif. (AP) — Firefighters have made progress against a wildfire that burned dangerously close to homes in Southern California while another blaze has exploded in size in a remote area at the northern end of the state.An approximately 3-square-mile (7.7-square-kilometer) threatening the communities of Murrieta and La Cresta is 20% contained early Friday.Some roads have reopened but mandatory evacuation orders for about 570 homes remain in place, along with a voluntary evacuation advisory for another 2,200.The fire broke out Wednesday, possibly from a lightning strike as thunderstorms moved through.In Northern California, a lightning-sparked fire in a remote area of Tehama County west of the city of Red Bluff has grown to more than 9 square miles (23.3 square kilometers), with no containment.Evacuations have been ordered for rural properties. AP, AP Posted: September 6, 2019 September 6, 2019 #TenajaFIRE [UPDATE] Containment overnight increased to 20% and the fire remains 2,000 acres. Clinton Keith Road is still closed. However, Los Gatos and Via Volcano are open. All evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. @RivCoReady @RSO @MurrietaFire— CAL FIRE Riverside (@CALFIRERRU) September 6, 2019 Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, Wildfires FacebookTwitter Containment increases on Southern California wildfire
Stress during pregnancy may cause female children to exhibit binge-eating-like behaviour in adulthood, a study conducted on mice has showed.Although stressed mothers passed along binge eating-related epigenetic tags on their DNA, the mouse pups’ tendency to binge surfaced only when they too were subjected to stressful situations,the researchers said.”The price we pay later in life – whether it’s psychiatric disorders, metabolic syndromes, or heart-related illnesses – is heavily impacted by the way your brain was programmed early in life,” said Alon Chen, a neurobiologist at the Weizmann Institute in Israel. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”We have established a model where we can actually show that early life stress increases the likelihood of binge eating in females,” Chen said.For the study, detailed in the journal Cell Metabolism, the researchers genetically engineered a line of mice, where they manipulated the hormone system that controls cortisol – stress hormones – release to increase the anxiety levels of pregnant mothers during their third trimester.The mouse pups’ tendency to binge only surfaced when they were placed in a stressful situation where the researchers restricted their access to food.In addition, measuring the eating habits of stressed mice showed that those born to stressed mothers were more likely to eat large amounts of food during short windows of time. However, putting the young mice on a diet with “balanced” levels of nutrients such as Vitamin B12 and folate, the researchers were able to prevent their binge eating