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The community survey was a requirement for the department to become accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, a pursuit that remains ongoing. The commission requires that accredited law enforcement agencies administer a survey every three years, according to Burbank Police Lt. Armen Dermenjian. Longtime Burbank resident Carolyn Hotchkiss, who found out about the survey via Twitter, appreciated the opportunity to give feedback to the department, even though she said she lives in a safe part of town with no major crime and police have always been responsive to her.
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Home improvement hits an historical ‘roadblock’ – The Hutchinson News: Local/State News
“I took it to Dr. Krotseng and she wanted to defer to Terry. “I called Terry and told him what they had offered us and he just said ‘absolutely not.’ First of all we couldn’t afford it and second of all the travel distances. What he is trying to do is get travel distances less than three hours and only one of those met that criteria. In the meantime, Bluefield State will keep looking, hoping the right opportunity presents itself.
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At one point, Gary Bigger said he was embarrassed that they werent aware of what was going on when the Houston Whiteside Historic District was created 10 years ago. And Darla Bigger said she thought it was unfair that their house should have been included in the district, and made subject to historic preservation rules, without their consent. I dont think thats right, she said.
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At the same time, stop taking on new debt. Wait until after you have closed the sale on your new house before making any major purchases. Even buying new furniture before your loan closes can trigger red flags to the lender. This is a very good time to pay off your credit cards, or pay them down as much as possible.
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