68. 55531 SUBSTITUTE Amending the 2019 Adopted Operating budget for the Planning Division Neighborhood Planning and Preservation to transfer $14,130 from the City’s Contingent Reserve to the Planning Division’s purchased services to support renovations to an art studio space in Thurber Park in the Town of Blooming Grove and to support the Phoenix from the Ashes art project. Sponsors: Sheri Carter and Marsha A.
You also state that there is no justification for this “ad hoc, unsecure and unlawful approach.” Clearly this event is neither unsecure nor unlawful or you would have cited a relevant prohibition. And the definition of “ad hoc” is “for this purpose only.” The September 26, 2020 justification to sponsor this event “for this purpose only” is that COVID 19 has placed significant pressure on both voters and election officials to facilitate as much voting as possible prior to Election Day. Governmental leaders from both political parties have acknowledged this reality and encouraged voters to submit ballots early.
Highlights: On Monday, join me at a neighborhood meeting to learn more about Joe Krupp’s proposed plans to redevelop 1936 1938 Atwood. He proposes to demolish the house at 1936 Atwood and redevelop it with the adjacent Monona State Bank parking lot. What is different about this project is that Joe is offering to include shared parking that could be utilized by the Schenk’s Corners business district.
Moisture content, pH, mineral and organic carbon content) is a significant source of K, variability. Top soils) have higher sorptive capacities for trace elements than mineral subsoils and hence higher Kds. Dynamic, complex behaviour of K, under flooded, anaerobic soil condtions was measured over a 3 week period in soil microcosms.
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In Part 1, a detailed review of literature on various testing techniques and procedures used to measure the adhesive bond strength in numerous areas of scientific literature and international standards was performed, in order to assess and thus to propose the most suitable and realistic approach for development of laboratory adhesion test method for asphalt mixtures. In Part 2, the proposed adhesion test method was subjected to evaluation, mainly based on trial and error experimental approach, in order to adapt and thus to develop the criteria and procedures for test setup and apparatus, specimen preparation, testing and data analysis. Deformation rates and test temperatures) and conditioning procedures (dry and wet conditionings).