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Leviton announces promotion

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MELVILLE, NY — Leviton has announced the promotion of Rob Spragis to the position of upper Midwest region sales manager.
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Miracle League receives donation

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HAMILTON, OH — The Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Fields in Fairfield, Ohio, is the site of two baseball fields built essentially by volunteers and designed for use by young people with physical and development disabilities.
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DKI names director of marketing

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WOOD DALE, IL — Disaster Kleenup International (DKI) LLC has named Mary Smith as the director of marketing.
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US Products release 7.30

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US Products Launches “Ask the Expert” Carpet Care Program on Facebook Mukilteo, WA – U.S. Products announces they will begin an “Ask the Expert” program on the company’s Facebook site.
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ISSA release 7.30

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IEHA''s Risinger and HFI''s Rathey Appointed to ISSA Clean Standard: K-12 Stakeholder Committee Westerville OH – Beth Risinger, Executive Director of IEHA and Allen Rathey, President of the Healthy Facilities
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Airport janitor hoarding lost iPhones

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IRVING, TX — A janitor at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) was taking advantage of people who left their cell phones to charge in an airport terminal.
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Sickness sparked by cleaning products

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BRANDON, FL — Building occupants, who fell ill on Sunday causing a building-wide evacuation, are hoping to be let back in today.
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Risinger and Rathey appointed to stakeholder committee

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WESTERVILLE, OH — Beth Risinger, executive director of IEHA and Allen Rathey, president of the Healthy Facilities Institute (HFI) have been selected to serve on the ISSA Clean Standard: K-12 Stakeholder Committee.
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Custodian restored to former position

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METHUEN, MA — A custodian accused of embezzling money from her union has been restored to her previous senior position and salary.
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Eighty workers face privatization

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ — Union County has turned housekeeping and several other services at Runnells Specialized Hospital to a private company, which will result in nearly 80 layoffs.
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