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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Community Focus Groups – January

NEIGHBORHOOD FOCUS GROUPS Broadway's Future Focus GroupJanuary 8, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Broadway Elementary Multi-purpose Room In conjunction with the adopted master facilities plan, the school district is working to partner with the city, neigh...

Community Engagement Meeting – JANUARY

JOIN THE CONVERSATION - COMMUNITY MEETINGS January 15, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., LT Ball Intermediate Cafeteria Get an update on the district's facilities master plan and the co-funding available from the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission...

Evaluating Export Control Practices Amid a Business Merger or Acquisition

Export Control: Weapons Container Hanging On The Crane

The Changing Regulatory Environment The federal regulatory environment related to export control is currently undergoing significant revision. Goals of the revision include improving access to global markets for American business; and reducing the regulatory burden and expense of export controls. Large revisions are in the works for weapons, firearms, and related technologies export controls. Amid rapidly changing regulatory environment, how should these issues be evaluated during the due diligence preceding a merger or acquisition? An Export Control Monitoring Program? An export control compliance monitoring program that is both written policy and functioning is a very big plus. Most developed compliance … Continue reading Evaluating Export Control Practices Amid a Business Merger or Acquisition

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10 Tips for Keeping Your School’s Power Bill Low During Winter (Part 1)

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No matter how cold it gets outside, the school year must continue. Unless piles of snow are stopping the buses from rolling, your schools need to be kept warm for the health and well-being of both staff and students. However, keeping the doors open and the lights on during a winter this cold can be surprisingly costly. Raising your thermostat even a single degree can equal up to an 8% increase in your school’s monthly power bill. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to improve the energy efficiency and make the most of the heat your HVAC system generates … Continue reading 10 Tips for Keeping Your School’s Power Bill Low During Winter (Part 1)

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