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  • 15 Apr 2011 8:41 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)
    The $1.8 million contract with the private, nonprofit Occupational Training Center of Burlington County in Westampton will run from May 16, 2011 through May 31, 2013. Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio said the move from union workers to a private company would save the county about $500,000 per year.

    Read more at the source: Philly Burbs

  • 12 Apr 2011 9:26 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)
    FORTVILLE, Ind., April 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Spring cleaning, the annual deep-clean event when homeowners pick up their pails and get to work, is a good time to take a closer look at your floors.  Like most homeowners you probably have a combination of several types of flooring throughout your home, says Steven Eck, Chief Marketing Officer of Holloway House, a leading manufacturer of floor care products.

    More At Source: PR News Wire
  • 12 Apr 2011 9:25 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)
    An expert in residential and commercial cleaning services, Maid American Style offers top-quality affordable cleaning services solutions in the areas of Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland at great prices. The company offers the most comprehensive, reliable, quality, and professional cleaning services to homes, offices, commercial buildings, restaurants, schools, banks, and medical facilities.

    It is a SWAN and Small Business Certified company in the State of Virginia. It uses only Green Sealed Certified products ensuring that you get the safest possible clean. The company now launches two new services including carpet cleaning and laundry services.

    More At Source: Indiana Company News
  • 12 Apr 2011 9:24 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)
    The Fastenal Company of Winona, MN (Nasdaq:FAST) reported its Board of Directors declared a dividend of $0.26 per share to be paid in cash on April 28, 2011 to shareholders of record at the close of business on April 12, 2011. The Company has paid semi-annual dividends since 2003 (with a third 'supplemental' dividend in both 2010 and 2008). The Company expects that it will begin paying a quarterly cash.

    More at source American Chronical
  • 27 Mar 2011 3:14 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    PARKERSBURG - A historic cemetery was cleaned up Saturday with the help of some members of Boy Scout Troop 3.

    Cynthia Buskirk, a member of the Wood County Historic Landmarks Commission, said the cleanup at the Riverview Cemetery on Juliana Street concentrated on a section that is often neglected but visible from Murdoch Avenue and the neighboring First Presbyterian Church.

    "There is a grass cutting service, but they never cut here and it is the most visible part from the street and it's seen from the church," she said.


    Full Article At News & Sentinel

  • 27 Mar 2011 3:12 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)
    The DEA recently announced the loss of funding for its program that paid to make the labs safe.

    The Missaukee County Sheriff says cleaning up a small lab can cost about two or three thousand dollars and cleaning larger labs can cost more than 10,000 dollars. Meth labs are very explosive and expensive to clean because of the dangerous chemicals used to make the drug.

    Full Article At Wilx.com
  • 27 Mar 2011 3:11 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)
    The days when spring cleaning rid households of dirt and soot from a winter of oil lamp and fireplace use may be gone, but the desire for a clean house remains. "I think people have a desire undefined especially in the Northern Hemisphere, because we have the increased light undefined to clean the windows, to want things to really shine," said Annie Bond, a green living expert. "The last thing they want to do is make their air dirtier than before."

    Full Article At PK Journal
  • 20 Mar 2011 6:56 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Inspired by the thought, Skerik, 40, returned to his home in San Rafael and made a list of ideas. One of them stood out. "I decided to start a maid/janitorial service," he said. "And I decided I would hire veterans."

    He named the company Eco-Vet, for its use of environmentally friendly cleaning products and those who would be wielding them. Skerik, who has struggled to find meaningful work since leaving the Army in 1992, realized he was excited about his prospects for the first time in a long while.


    Read more at the source:SFGate.com
  • 20 Mar 2011 6:56 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Inspired by the thought, Skerik, 40, returned to his home in San Rafael and made a list of ideas. One of them stood out. "I decided to start a maid/janitorial service," he said. "And I decided I would hire veterans."

    He named the company Eco-Vet, for its use of environmentally friendly cleaning products and those who would be wielding them. Skerik, who has struggled to find meaningful work since leaving the Army in 1992, realized he was excited about his prospects for the first time in a long while.


    Read more at the source:SFGate.com
  • 20 Mar 2011 6:54 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    The janitorial service is firing 240 undocumented workers who clean office buildings in the Twin Cities -- about half its local work force -- after Immigration and Customs Enforcement conducted a workplace audit, said Service Employees International Union Local 26, the union that represents the workers

    More At Source:Grand Forks Herald

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