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Daytona businessman unveils plans for beachside project to help revitalize East ISB

DAYTONA BEACH — Local businessman Chuck Duva in 2004 led the way in transforming LPGA Boulevard from a sleepy rural road into a magnet for commercial development.

Revitalizing the Gateway to the World’s Most Famous Beach

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Now he hopes to help spark the revitalization of the “Gateway to the World’s Most Famous Beach” — the blighted several block stretch of East International Speedway Boulevard on the city’s beachside that leads to the Atlantic Ocean.

“This whole street used to be a vibrant functioning street.” said Duva who lived four miles south of what is now East International Speedway Boulevard when he moved to the area with his family in 1964. The street was called Broadway Avenue back then recalled Duva. He was an 11th grader at the time.

Duva recently paid approximately $1.4 million to acquire three commercial properties on both the northwest

Wine submerged in sea, aged by waves in undertaking to revitalize east Japan region

YOKOSUKA, Kanagawa — An initiative to age bottles of wine on the ocean ground, aided by the vibrations of the waves, is underway in a bay in east Japan.

About 400 bottles of wine entrusted by motels and other organizations were decreased into the quiet sea by regional fishermen in Miura, Kanagawa Prefecture. Soon after 6 months, the wine will be pulled out as “undersea aged wine.”

Hiroshi Deguchi, 58, captain of a leisure fishing boat and a board member of the Koajiro tourism promotion and revitalization council, skillfully sank a situation stuffed with bottles of wine at the issue he experienced made the decision on ahead of time in Koajiro Bay on Dec. 26, 2020. The drinking water is extra than 10 meters deep with a sandy base that will allow the tide to stream easily, and the h2o temperature is steady at 12 to 14 degrees Celsius even

Skyharbour’s Partner Company Azincourt Energy Completes Geophysical Program and Adds Drill Targets at East Preston Uranium Project

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 18, 2021 — Skyharbour Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:SYH) (OTCQB:SYHBF) (Frankfurt:SC1P) (the “Company”) partner company Azincourt Energy Corp. (“Azincourt”) is pleased to announce the recent ground-based geophysical exploration program at the East Preston uranium project, located in the western Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, has been completed with several additional drill targets having been identified.

The program comprised a horizontal loop electromagnetic survey (“HLEM”) originally consisting of a total of 33 line-km of line-cutting and surveying. An additional 5 lines of cutting and surveying were added, bringing the total survey coverage to 40.5 line-km in six grid target areas. Previous updates on this survey were provided by Azincourt in news releases dated November 23, 2020 and December 9, 2020.

Unconformity-related uranium deposits associated with the Athabasca Basin are closely associated with basement conductive packages. The HLEM survey was utilized to refine and prioritize target

Azincourt Energy Completes Geophysical Program, Adds Drill Targets at the East Preston Uranium Project

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 18, 2021 — AZINCOURT ENERGY CORP. (“Azincourt” or the “Company”) (TSX.V: AAZ, OTC: AZURF), is pleased to announce the recent ground-based geophysical exploration program at the East Preston uranium project, located in the western Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada, has been completed and the results indicate several new drill targets have been identified.

The program comprised a horizontal loop electromagnetic survey (“HLEM”) originally consisting of a total of 33 line-km of line-cutting and surveying. An additional 5 lines of cutting and surveying were added, bringing the total survey coverage to 40.5 line-km in six grid target areas. Previous updates on this survey were provided by the Company in news releases dated November 23, 2020 and December 9, 2020.      Unconformity related uranium deposits associated with the Athabasca Basin are closely associated with basement conductive packages. The HLEM survey was utilized to refine and prioritize target areas where

Political and enterprise leaders phone on government to spurn HS2 ‘station on the cheap’ and dedicate to levelling-up East Midlands

Political and enterprise leaders from across the East Midlands have reacted angrily to proposals suggesting the region’s HS2 relationship to Birmingham and the North could be greatly scaled back.

The Nationwide Infrastructure Commission’s Rail Requirements Assessment Approach comes in advance of the Government’s bulletins about how and in which it will fund major rail investments aimed at helping the United kingdom get well from Covid and build positions throughout the country.

Regional leaders in the Midlands and the North have expended the past five a long time acquiring in depth plans which use HS2’s arrival at Toton and Chesterfield as the centrepiece of a joined-up economic advancement method which would produce hundreds of employment and rework rail connections between the East Midlands, Birmingham, Leeds, the North East and Scotland.

But the NIC has tabled strategies which involve a proposal for the HS2 line to terminate at East Midlands Parkway –

Here’s what we know about the prospective waterfront park in East Boston

What is the Trustees of Reservations?

The Trustees of Reservations is a Boston-based mostly nonprofit organization concentrated on preservation and conservation. Recognized in 1891, the group is the nation’s oldest nonprofit of its sort.

The team oversees much more than 100 internet sites that span approximately 27,000 acres of land in Massachusetts, according to its web site. (For reference, the Boston Prevalent is 50 acres.)

The nonprofit estimates that 2 million individuals visit its attributes each year. Most of the places are located in suburbs, this sort of as the Pierce Reservation in Milton or the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln.

What does the Trustees of Reservations have prepared for East Boston?

The nonprofit has been working on a venture, dubbed “Piers Park 3,″ to substitute a decrepit pier close to Logan Airport, turning it into an urban park that overlooks Boston’s skyline. All of the group’s waterfront