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Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a bill on Monday banning employers from asking questions about the criminal backgrounds of most job applicants before they make a conditional job offer. “Today, we ban the box in New York City,” de Blasio said during a bill signing ceremony in City Hall’s Blue Room. “This will open the door to jobs to New Yorkers who have paid their debt to society rather than condemning them to constant economic struggle.” The bill, also known as the Fair Chance Act, was sponsored by Councilman Jumaane Williams and will prohibit discrimination based on a person’s arrest record or criminal convictions.
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Surveillance footage of Edgewater carwash shooter. Surveillance footage of Edgewater carwash shooter, June 25, 2015. (WGN TV) Surveillance footage of Edgewater carwash shooter, June 25, 2015. (WGN TV) Surveillance footage of Edgewater carwash shooter, June 25, 2015. (WGN TV) This video is featured in these articles:
Before "drought" became a topic of everyday conversation in California, Cruz Thru Express Car Wash was already on the cutting edge of water recycling technology when they opened their first location in 2002. Today, Cruz Thru announced the completion of a new $500,000 project to update the water reclamation systems in all nine of their Southern California locations.
Plans to demolish the Divsadero Touchless Carwash and Shell gas station on the northeast corner of Divsadero and Oak are in the works. As currently conceived by the development team working with Roy and Patty Shimek, the owners of the property, a four to six-story building with 160 market-rate condos over parking for 78 cars […]
For years I have been writing to politicians, to no avail, suggesting a bill to mandate that cars be turned off while being dried at car washes. I have waited as long as 20 minutes while my car was vacuumed, dried and shined. If you multiply the many car washes following the same procedure day after day, the emissions are probably astronomical.
The city of Sacramento is partnering with car washes that invest in water efficient technology to promote water conservation. (Tuesday, June 17, 2015) caption text The city of Sacramento is partnering with car washes that invest in water efficient technology to promote water conservation. (Tuesday, June 17, 2015)
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