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Sept. 16, the International Coastal Cleanup Day.Phoenix Philippines Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, joined in the initiative by conducting coastal cleanup activities in different Phoenix depots across the country.At least 1,800 Phoenix officers and employees, members of the Philippine Coast Guard and Philippine Coastal Guard Auxiliary, the Philippine Navy, City Environment and Resources Office, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, local coastal barangays, non-government organizations, and students from Phoenix adopted schools participated in the activities. A total of 1,200 sacks of junk and debris were collected along the coastlines. The cleanups were done in coastal areas near their depots in General Santos City, Davao City, Zamboanga City, Misamis Oriental, Bacolod City, Cebu, Aklan, Iloilo, Batangas, and Oriental Mindoro, while employees from the Phoenix Petroleum Taguig office joined other volunteers in the cleanup activity on Roxas Blvd., Manila. “This coastal cleanup is a strong show of commu... (Sun.Star)
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These include Evans Fintube at 150 N. Lansing Ave.; the former Morton Hospital at 603 E. Pine St.; the Storey Wrecker site at 10 N. Elwood Ave.; and two sites at the future Peoria-Mohawk Business Park at 1400 and 1828 E. 36th St. North. One of the remaining undeveloped sites, 2103 N. MLK Blvd., was later determined not to be a brownfield. The remaining sites in the top nine include 1047 E. Apache St., Apache Circle – 533 E. Apache St., and 3519 N. Hartford Ave.The redevelopment plan covered the area roughly between I-244 and 36th Street North, from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Peoria Avenue, reaching slightly into Downtown to include Storey Wrecker. The City of Tulsa met with a neighborhood advisory committee and other community members, working together to identify vacant, underutilized sites with environmental barriers to redevelopment and converting these sites to economic engines.The City-of-Tulsa-owned Evans-Fintube site, located in the Historic Greenwood District, has been chosen as the preferred site for USA BMX’s national arena and headquarters. Tulsa taxpayers voted for a sales tax increase in 2016 that included $15 million for design and construction of the facility for the private entity.Environmental cleanup... (Tulsa Beacon)
Shots to disseminate information about their products and how to obtain your own medical card, all while classic stoner films such as Friday and Pineapple Express play in the background. If you’re planning to pregame with something other than alcohol, just be sure to pace yourself through those five free drinks. 6 p.m. Saturday at 311 NW 23rd St., Miami; 305-571-0439; wherelocalsgo.net. Tickets cost $15 to $20 via eventbrite.com.Courtesy of Soul TavernDinner and a Flow at Soul Tavern. This Sunday, Soul Tavern, along with representatives from Green Monkey, will host a 75-minute yoga class, followed by a prix fixe inside the restaurant. A portion of Soul Tavern’s dinner proceeds will benefit the Kristi House Child Advocacy Center. 4:30 p.m. Sunday at 1801 West Ave., Miami Beach; 305-925-0799; soultavern.com. Tickets cost $30 for yoga and $45 for dinner. RVSP by phone or emailing email@example.com.Claws for a Cause at Oceans 234. Oceans 234 in Deerfield Beach has teamed up with B the Difference to host Claws for a Cause, a fundraiser for neurofibromatosis. Expect a beachside lobster bake, live entertainment, and a selection of cocktails. A portion of ticket proceeds will go toward assisting individuals with neurofibromatosis. 6 p.m. Sunday at 234 N. Ocean Blvd., Deerfield Beach; 954-428-2539; a href="http://oceans234.co... (Miami New Times)
Village Court home of Tamara Felizola, the family friend who had taken in the Rodriguez family. The pines took down power lines and snapped a utility pole in half, knocking out power to the whole block and obstructing Felizola’s driveway with a spiderweb of live wires. The broken pole still sat in the road more than 14 hours later. “They said this is not a high-priority area,” Felizola, 45, said. “But the whole neighborhood doesn’t have electricity.”GEORGIA COAST: Tybee Island reopens after IrmaPHOTO GALLERY: See Irma’s devastation in Florida and GeorgiaThey were not alone. Significant portions of the metro area, from Snellville to Sandy Springs and Conyers to Cabbagetown, remained in the dark Tuesday, with nearly 900,000 Georgia residents — more than 320,000 in metro Atlanta — still without power as evening approached. Gov. Nathan Deal urged the state’s residents – and thousands of evacuees from Florida sheltering in Georgia – to stay put on Tuesday as workers remove debris and clear roads damaged by the remnants of Irma. The governor warned that recovery is “going to be a little more slow” because the massive storm touched every corner of the state. At least three people died as a result of the storm, including a Dunwoody man killed when a tree fell on his house as he slept and a Forsyth County woman killed when a tree fell on her car. “All things considered, I’m just thankful no one got hurt,” said Dunwoody resident Ken Burnett as he surveyed damage from a 60-foot sweet gum... (Atlanta Journal Constitution)