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Companies large and small will have the opportunity to assist in decades-long projects like roof top solar, green building, electrifying the public transportation system, and renovating existing buildings to reduce our carbon footprint.
Rollins said the bonus payments ultimately paid to renovate or rebuild about a dozen nursing homes.
As the Daley administration built and renovated libraries, fire and police stations, and other facilities, according to the Chicago Tribune, it also installed public art in those locations.
The city purchased the building in July 2017 and had been renovating it until the facility opened to homeless families this week.
Landlords renovate a lot, and that drives up the desirability of living in those apartments.
Long days and early hours, and a beautiful country, renovate the spirit as well as the physical frame.
ENDYMIONBENJAMIN DISRAELI
Two or three such kings might perhaps renovate the ancient barbarism of Europe.
You can renovate your wardrobe, and I will add something to help you.
CHANCE IN CHAINSCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
Only the mastery of one who is mastered by Nature will control and renovate mankind.
This is so like a woman—to undertake to renovate society, and lose her temper at the first adverse word.'
UNCLE MAXROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY

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