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Rules sought for Chinese drywall settlements

WASHINGTON — Homeowners'' attorneys are hoping to protect their clients by seeking rules in settlements over defective Chinese drywall.
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City gets lower rate on graffiti removal contract

LAGUNA HILLS, CA — The city council approved a contract on Tuesday night for graffiti removal at a reduced rate from last year.
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Sewage ruins children's center

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Sewage now covers the floors in one metro children''s center.
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Defective drywall training seminar set for New Orleans

GAINESVILLE, FL — The Building Envelope Science Institute is providing a solution to the Chinese "defective or corrosive" drywall crisis.
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Assets of Cascadian Building Maintenance acquired by Distinction Group

MONTREAL — The assets of Cascadian Building Maintenance Ltd. have been acquired by Distinction Group Inc.
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Mold professionals now need a license

FORT MYERS, FL — Starting this month, people who test for mold and remove it will have to have a state license.
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Graffiti abatement grants encourage mural making

PORTLAND, OR – The Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Coalition and the City of Portland''s Office of Neighborhood Involvement announced that grants were available for graffiti abatement.
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Housing nixes freshman housekeeping

WASHINGTON — Freshmen will no longer receive housekeeping services in their residence halls, much to the irritation of some incoming freshmen students.
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'Who was in the room before me?'

HAMILTON, OH — Typically, patients admitted to a hospital room are most concerned about the doctors and nurses that will be attending to them: However, a new report finds it may be more important to ask, "Who was here before me?"
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What a hurricane hitting the oil slick means for restorers

LATHAM, NY — A lot of unknowns exist, but restoration professionals should prepare for what could be a unique disaster in the making.
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