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Grant Memorial Chapel Funeral Home
4930 Main Street
Grant , AL 35747
(256) 728-2000
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New Hope Funeral Home
5063 Main Street
Grant , AL 35747
(256) 723-4241
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Rachel Amelia McColm Gallagher

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Rae Gallagher, 93, died June 13, shortly before her 94th birthday and 71st wedding anniversary. Born in Portland to J.R. McColm and Amelia Klawa Bohle, Rae attended Rose City Park elementary and Grant High School in Portland, graduating in 1936. Rae married Donald A. Gallagher on June 19, 1941. World War II brought many separations and moves to Indiana, Chicago, Seattle, and then back to Portland. When Don and Rae moved from Portland to Corvallis in 1946; Rae worried because she didn’t know anyone, but she a... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Memphis planners, public working through UDC changes - Memphis Commercial Appeal

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Remove overlay zoning tailored for particular districts like the Medical District, Midtown and the University District; Give the planning director too much power to grant zoning deviations to developers; Make approval of planned developments permanent even if developers invest little in a property; Allow inappropriate business activities -- like a car repair shop next to a house -- to continue. West said the recent compromises have led to: More transparency, such as notice when certain variances are proposed; Five-year deadlines for the completion of planned developments before approval expires; A requirement that site plans be submitted for proposed planned developments; Preservation of the overlay districts. The compromises also affect a specific issue in the Broad Avenue retail area. The original amendments would have allowed by right a tattoo parlor to locate in all commercial districts. Broad Avenue businesses were alarmed because they are trying to block a tattoo parlor from opening on the street. The latest language would require a tattoo parlor, palmist, psychic or medium to obtain a conditional-use permit to open in a neighborhood retail district like Broad. Compromise was not reached on every issue. Whitehead identified a few remaining points of contention, but said some agreement could still be reached on some of them. They include: His proposal to add 12 items to the existing 36 for which his office can give a developer a waiver under the administrative-deviation process. "I was told this week that there may be some disagreement over a few of these," Whitehead said in an e-mail. He argues the items he's proposing to add are so minor that they don't affect neighboring property owners. His proposal to allow some uses that are prohibited as nonconforming by the current UDC. "... Such as many of the once-acceptable uses in the industrial districts (that are) now prohibited," he said. "... For instance, the UDC use chart no longer permits o...

Louise V. Muhlbauer, sales associate - Baltimore Sun

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Wednesday of a stroke at Augsburg Lutheran Home and Village in Lochearn. The former longtime Parkville resident was 90. The daughter of German-Hungarian immigrant parents, the former Louise Victoria Weibe was born and raised in Lansdowne. During World War II, Mrs. Muhlbauer held a variety of secretarial jobs at Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., the Seaman's Branch of the YMCA, and Telephone Answering Service, where she coordinated a city-wide scrap drive for the war effort. She was married to Carl H. Muhlbauer in 1943, and th...

Judge blocks union election at American Airlines - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
U.S. District Court Judge Terry R. Means said Wednesday that American was likely to win a lawsuit seeking to stop the election among passenger-service agents, so he granted a temporary restraining order. The judge scheduled a hearing in the case for June 21. The National Mediation Board had scheduled voting to begin that day and to run through Aug. 2. The Communications Workers of America seeks to represent nearly 10,000 agents who take reservations and work at airp...

Gov. Cuomo proposes reducing tolls heading into Staten Island - The Star-Ledger -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Thursday and will vote on the discount plan. The discount would then go into effect within 30 to 60 days, according to the report. Related coverage: • $11.4M grant for Port Authority to help speed up cargo deliveries • N.J. Assembly puts brakes on key perks at Port Authority • Port Authority reports decline in bridge, tunnel and airport accidents in early 2012 ...

Eastern Indiana city plans to convert former auto supplier property ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Indiana city. Richmond officials will be seeking approval from the city's Redevelopment Commission this week to use money from a $5 million state technology park grant to buy 14 acres and two buildings that once belonged to Dana Corp., the Palladium-Item reported ( ). "We are going to start the process to establish a tech park and are excited to get this part of the project going," Mayor Sally Hutton said. "We have people interested in creating new startup businesses there but no commitments yet." Dana Corp. once was the largest employer in Wayne County, and the foundry was its last operation in the county. About 1,000 jobs were lost when Dana closed its Richmond camshaft plant in 1987. Another 200 jobs were lost when it closed the foundry a decade ago. Tony Foster, the c...

Detroit to lose 164 firefighters by end of July; most should be rehired ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
But my administration has every expectation of being awarded a federal grant to fund and restore 108 of those positions. And many, if not most, of the remaining 56 firefighters are expected to be recalled to the fire department through attrition."The Department currently numbers 881 sworn firefighters, who respond to about 30,000 calls each year — 9,500 are false alarms — and 248 emergency medical services personnel, who respond to about 135,000 call each year.In an effort to "maintain the highest levels of fire service" and offset the reduction in personnel, Fire Commissioner Don Austin plans to improve deployment efficiency, utilize GPS systems in units "to best disp...

Cudahy arrests add salt to LA County area's civic wounds - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
A. County has long been a place where political engagement is often low and temptation is high. The dozen or so cities that make up the region are small and poor. Most of the residents are Latino immigrants who work hard and have little involvement in traditional civic life. Only a small fraction of the residents actually vote — turnouts of less than 10% are not uncommon — making it easy for political blocs to gain power by collecting just a few hundred votes. There are relatively few newspapers or community associations that monitor city halls or the network of school districts and special districts. The Bell scandal in 2010 did spark some renewed scrutiny. City Council meetings in the region began to attract residents. The salary scandal prompted many cities to vow greater transparency, particularly in how officials are compensated. The public attention eventually receded, but the problems have not. State or federal probes are underway in Bell, Maywood, Vernon and two local water districts. Some believe the only way to stem the tide of corruption is to merge the various cities into one much-larger government that can be better policed. "Instead of 40 council members, you [should] have seven. Instead of six city managers, you have one. Instead of six police chiefs you have one — and there are more voters to pay attention," said Rick Cole, an urban planner and the city manager of Ventura . "One person … isn't going to be able to seize control of a city of that size, complexity and sophistication." Those who have battled to reform southeast L.A. County politics said the culture of graft runs deep. Longtime South Gate Counci...

Alexandria man admits plot to bomb the Capitol - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Friday to a plot to carry out a suicide bombing at the Capitol using what he thought were explosives supplied by al-Qaeda. Amine Mohammed El Khalifi, 29, an illegal immigrant from Morocco, entered the plea to a charge of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction against federal property. Under an agreement with prosecutors, Khalifi’s prison sentence will be fixed at 25 to 30 years.

Duane Brown Pyrah

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
He was preceded in death by his father, mother, and two brothers.He is survived by his wife, Ila; brothers and sisters, Carmen Stewart (Morris), Ted Pyrah, Grant Pyrah (Florene) and Margaret Ward (Dallas); his sons Brad and Don (Tammy) Pyrah; and his daughters Penney Devey (Ron) and JoLyn Goss; his grandchildren, Brooke (Todd), Bryce, Brady, Brennan, Scott (Melanie), Michelle (Aaron), Jennifer (Michael), Patricia, Kimberly, Orrin, Brock and Reva; his great-grandchildren, Anthony, Nick, Tyler, Austin, Andrew, Danielle, McKinley, Brody, and Natalie.Funeral services will be held on Friday, March 30 at 11 a.m. in the Alpine 11th LDS Ward Chapel located at 98 East Canyon Crest Road, Alpine, Utah. Family and friends may call on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Warenski Funeral Home located at 1776 North 900 East, American Fork, Utah, and also from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment will be at Alpine City Cemetery.Condolences may be sent to the family at The following are comments from the readers. In no way do they represent the view of All tributes will ... (Lewistown News-Argus)

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