Usda Extends Outdoor Storage Dates

USDA has been forecasting that U.S. merchants would export more than 16 million bales of cotton much of it to China in the 2005-06 marketing year that ends July 31. But some analysts have questioned whether the warehouse and transportation segments of the industry were capable of meeting the deadlines imposed by Chinese textile mills, which reportedly have begun keeping limited supplies of cotton in inventory.
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Legislation proposed in WV to regulate chemicals

(4/7) In this Jan. 13, 2014, photo, Al Jones of the West Virginia department of General Services tests the water as he flushes the faucet and opens a rest room on the first floor of the State Capitol in Charleston, W.Va., The (Photo courtesy: The Associated Press) Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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Store Your Stuff at U-Haul Moving and Storage of Little River

“The town board needs a comprehensive plan for this area. Piecemeal zoning by variance will not accomplish this goal.” Assistant town planner David Flynn said, “There’s a need for outdoor storage. The hard part is, what do you do when the zoning ordinance doesn’t allow it?” Debbie Virga, community relations consultant for the Commack School district and a member the Commack Community Association, said the group was concerned that the proposal would bring more truck traffic on the busy Townline Road, and near to area schools. “I cannot see how this planning board can, in their right mind, continue to put more 18- wheelers to go up and down Townline Road,” she said.
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Outdoor storage company looks to move to Kings Park

A Kings Park industrial business owner plans to

Trimarco said he also represents Mobile Mini in a separate lawsuit against the zoning board, appealing a decision to deny variances needed for the company to operate at its Commack site. The Kings Park property is zoned for light industry, which allows trucking stations as a special exception, but does not permit outdoor storage. Cox’s application asks the zoning board to decide whether storing containers is permitted as an accessory use to a trucking station and whether containers are “commercial vehicles.” Trimarco said a trucking station designation applies because “you have to truck these containers to wherever they go.” The Smithtown zoning board is to hold a hearing on the issue Tuesday night at 7 at the Eugene Cannataro Senior Center. Several residents have raised concerns about variances that include reducing setbacks from 50 feet to zero, potentially making the stacked containers visible from the road. “It just seems so extreme and I’m wondering that if you have four acres, why it’s necessary to drop, to reduce everything to zero?” said Michelle Garry, a member of the Old Northport Road-Lawrence Road Task Force. Cox said he would “be happy to create buffers” and plantings to reduce the appearance of the containers. “I’m not the type of guy who wants to look at that either.” Structures on the site would include a garage and two mobile offices, Cox said.
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Kings Park outdoor storage zoning plan concerns residents

“Along with great customer service, we carry a full line of boxes and packing supplies ,” Redmond noted. Additional facility services include: After-hours drop off Truck rentals U-Box pod trailer rentals & U-Box warehouse storage “By providing name-brand products and services, the opening of this facility will greatly benefit all of our customers right here in the community,” Redmond proclaimed. The new U-Haul Moving and Storage of Little River also plans to showcase 24-hour security with electronically controlled access, state-of-the-art digital video surveillance, your lock/your key, FREE use of storage carts, no deposit or administration fees, a convenient credit-card payment plan and available low-cost Safestor Protection to help safeguard customers’ personal possessions. Visit U-Haul Moving and Storage of Little River online at uhaul.com or phone (843) 399-4777; hours: Mon.-Thu.
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