At a Dec. 9 neighborhood meeting, hosted by Alder Abbas, Alder Rummel and I, attendees heard from City Community Development Division staff and from Porchlight as they presented the plan for temporarily locating the overnight shelter for men who are experiencing homelessness at the Fleet Services Building, also the future home of the Public Market. The shelter could open as soon as this coming week, which is fortunate given that winter weather is upon us.

If you want peace, prepare for war.” A German Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said “these statements are really disconcerting and incomprehensible.” The foreign ministry and Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov later softened the minister’s remarks, insisting that he was misunderstood. The foreign ministry said Russia had no plans to cut ties but that it would be “ready” if the EU were to do it. Mr Peskov insisted that Moscow “wants to foster ties with the European Union but if the EU follows this path (of introducing further sanctions), then yes, we will be ready because you need to prepare for the worse.” EU foreign ministers are expected to discuss new sanctions on Russia on Feb 22.

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This is the project originally approved by the Plan Commission at Williamson and Blount St by Marty Rifken in 2014. (The one that Plan approved without showing actual front doors.) Rifken sold the rights to Eric Fleming who made changes to the plan to meet the conditions placed on the project by the Plan Commission (showing doors, parking configuration, etc). Natalie Erdman, the Planning Director, determined the design changes met the standards to be approved as a “minor alteration” and approved the project in 2015.

Every year millions of poor Chinese hop on a train and ride out east to find a job in one of the large growing Chinese cities on the East coast. Despite the size of this migration, urban poverty of the sort that blights India and Brazil, is more or less invisible in the richer parts of the country due to China hukou laws. A form of household registration which imposes substantial costs on those who migrate permanently to the city.