Council Wrestles With Outdoor Display Zoning Issue For Rockland Cargo Equipment | Rockdale Citizen

If these two businesses are not classified as nonconforming use, Rockalnd Cargo Equipment should not be classified as nonconforming use. Ayers pointed out that Gateway Village has numerous abandoned businesses and that changing the half-acre parking lot from tax-free church zone to commercial zoning will add tax dollars to the city coffers. The most basic economic principle tells us supply outstrips demand in retail space in Gateway Village, Ayers said. We need businesses to occupy retail space. Ayers also noted that the half-acre tract is hidden from view by his business and commercial buildings facing Ga. Highway 138. Phillip Lehman, pastor of Discover Point Church, spoke to the council in support of Rocklands request. The church occupies the former movie theater next to Ayers business and that fronts Ga.
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Virginia Beach helps Chesapeake replace traffic signs after major fire | WTKR.com

Related News/Archive Florida pelicans are being slashed, beaten 5 Days Ago Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission executive director Nick Wiley said Wednesday that he will “put bear hunting for population management on the table” at the next commission meeting in two weeks. If commissioners at that Feb. 4 meeting approve bringing back the bear hunt banned statewide since 1994 then the first hunting season could occur as early as this fall, Wiley said. The season would be kept short, with strict quotas for hunters, he said.
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Florida may be going on a bear hunt in 2015 | Tampa Bay Times

Complaints about bears to the state wildlife commission’s hotline have been growing.

The presence of a Zero-Day vulnerability in the investigation is a key technical detail that sheds light on how the hackers were able to get inside Sonys network as early as September and thoroughly exploit it, undetected, until unleashingthe destructive attack in late November. Details about the vulnerability are being closely held, and its unclear which software was compromised. The New York Times recently reported that spear phishing attacks involving malicious code were inserted into email attachments in September. That attack technique has been used in the past to exploit Zero-Day vulnerabilities. It would also add weight to a claim by Kevin Mandia founder and head of Mandiant, the security firm hired to investigate the breach that the attack was one for which neither Sony nor other companies could have been fully prepared. Sony suffered the worst corporate hack attack in history last fall when a group of attackers going by the name Guardians of Peace first crippled itsnetwork andthen released sensitive corporate data on public file-sharing sites, including four unreleased featurefilms, business plans, contracts and the personal emails of top executives.
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Here’s What Helped Sony’s Hackers Break In: Zero-Day Vulnerability

That building stored more than 80% of Chesapeakes new sign inventory. After the fire, Chesapeake Public Works rented some signs and also purchased a large number from Virginia Beach through the Regional Resource Sharing Program. We got an email from one of the gentlemen over in their traffic management shop asking if we could mass produce hundreds of signs that were lost in the fire, explained Frank Hickman with Virginia Beach Public Works. Since Virginia Beach has a full-fledged sign-shop capable of making just about any sign, Chesapeakes standard order was no problem.
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