On the south side and 402 South Point Rd. On the west side. Brush is not accepted at 402 South Point Rd. “Covid 19 put a lot of focus on how businesses communicate with one another and network,” Coleman Hekeler said. “The majority of in person networking events have been eliminated, which has left businesses with only a virtual connection. A lot of people are experiencing Zoom fatigue, so our goal has become to find new ways to support our member businesses, expand their reach to customers and clients and bring them new professional development information.

We have not been immune to the decline of the industry, although our decline has been slower than most. Our bottom line showed small profits early on, to start to rebuild our lost reserves, became barely break even shortly thereafter, and then recently succumbed to increasing losses. The economic devastation striking our community has also affected The CJN.

Major violence never broke out in Roslyn. At one point a white mine manager was kidnapped, allegedly by the strikers, and tied to railroad tracks, but ultimately rescued. The Sullivan men were eventually released from custody, and remained in Roslyn until the strike was broken.

Consider the flavors of the month from our pop cultural past. Eighty somethings can tell you about Erector sets, Lionel trains and Buck Rogers ray guns. Baby boomers will recall Davy Crockett coonskin caps and hula hoops from their youth and CB radios and the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack from their peak years..

“The presence of the Confederate flag at NASCAR events runs contrary to our commitment to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all fans, our competitors and our industry, NASCAR said. People together around a love for racing and the community that it creates is what makes our fans and sport special. The display of the Confederate flag will be prohibited from all NASCAR events and properties.”.

The supplemental regulations also 1) set hours of operations, 2) set licensing and operations requirements, 3) require a City approved site plan, 4) provide a 25 foot distance separation requirement between any free standing vending operation and a brick and mortar restaurant or restaurant tavern (unless specifically allowed by that business owner), and provide other regulations to be enforced by the Zoning Administrator. Finally, in adopting many of the same operational requirements contained in the street vending ordinance (Sec. 9.13, MGO) this ordinance ensures that the City is not creating a new class of vending carts in terms of cart size, noise requirements, and other aspects of on street food vending cart.