Raffle Winners To Receive Swing Set, Gift Certificate From Best In Backyards

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The Massey family in Mahopac, New York won the Best in Backyards/Ty Louis Campbell Foundation raffle. They will receive a Dream swing set, valued at $2,500. We’re proud to be supporters of such a terrific, important organization. Mahopac, NY (PRWEB) August 15, 2014 Best in Backyards of Connecticut and New York is excited to announce that the swing set raffle for pediatric cancer research they co-hosted with the Ty Louis Campbell (TLC) Foundation was a great success!
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Cedar wooden swing set for Best in Backyards Ty Louis Campbell Foundation raffle Mahopac NY

SB-866 does so. Californians asked us to do something in order to promote water recycling and ground water cleanup. SB-866 does so, SB-866 is a response to California,” said Lakewood representative Anthony Rendon. The need is so great, both Republicans and Democrats managed to find common ground. The bond issue would fund new dams in central and northern California, address some ground water needs, and begin to restore the San Joaquin Delta. Assembly speaker Toni Atkins was a major player in the negotiations.
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SB-866 does so, SB-866 is a response to California,” said Lakewood representative Anthony Rendon. The need is so great, both Republicans and Democrats managed to find common ground. The bond issue would fund new dams in central and northern California, address some ground water needs, and begin to restore the San Joaquin Delta. Assembly speaker Toni Atkins was a major player in the negotiations. She was quoted saying San Diego won’t be eligible for bond money to increase storage, but we may get money for recycling, and expanding efforts at turning waster water into drinking water. As for water storage, the legislature found a way to avoid environmental concerns. “What we’re talking about in this bond is two different facilities. One is sites reservoir, where you can raise the dam, and the existing watershed you already have has water coming in. That’s pretty simple.
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