The Egret is a three-bedroom plus study, two-bath design with 2,230 square feet of air-conditioned living space. With spacious outdoor living area, covered entry and two-car garage, the home encompasses 3,198 square feet.
“This is a very functional contemporary design,” said Jim Borden, sales professional with FL Star. “It combines the liveability of a split floor plan with elegant comfort in the details.”
Part of the appeal of the Egret design is the large master suite which shares one wing of the home with a study. The master suite includes two walk-in closets and a
For shoppers, whose lives have largely revolved around their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic, the retailer intends to offer tips, discounts, and special loyalty perks to woo shoppers.
“With home being the epicenter of all of our lives throughout the pandemic … gifts for (shoppers’) homes are some of the things on the top of the shopping list this year,’’ says Cindy Davis, Bed Bath & Beyond’s chief brand officer.
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Starting Oct. 4, through Oct. 31 customers who join the Beyond+ loyalty program will get a bonus card whose $29 value matches the membership fee. The program gives members a 20% discount
Veterans groups rally at the Menlo Park veterans home after 62 residents died of Covid-19 on September 16, 2020.
The New Jersey attorney general has requested troves of documents from the Paramus and Menlo Park veterans homes in a far-reaching investigation of their high death tolls during the COVID-19 pandemic, and a state records review has increased total coronavirus deaths at the two state-run facilities to 190.
The addition of 47 “probable” deaths due to COVID-19 at the two New Jersey veterans homes means that nearly a third of the residents at each home died of confirmed or probable cases of COVID-19. Two nurses aides, one at each of the homes, also died.
Thirty-nine previously uncounted deaths at the Menlo Park Veterans Memorial Home make its 101 resident deaths the highest now reported at a New Jersey nursing home and the highest among state-run veterans homes nationwide. There
BROOKLYN, Ohio — The $314,000 revitalization of Marquardt Park in Brooklyn began earlier this week with the work expected to be finished in late October.
“The first phase begins with the renovation of the path, which over the years residents have been requesting,” Brooklyn Recreation Commissioner Jack Abbruzzese said. “The existing trail that goes through the wooded area of the park on the perimeter is going to be renovated and resurfaced.
“We’re also adding a connecting path through the neighborhood that extends Richard Drive through some of those dead-end streets. It’s a six-foot asphalt walking path wide enough for biking; however, there won’t be any bike lines on it.”
Residents in the area have also requested such a path that connects Richard Drive to Autumn Lane located on the northern boundary of Marquardt Park.
The renovation work of historical buildings and parks and plantation drive had been initiated, shared parks director-general Taha Saleem while reviewing renovation work at Khaliq Dina Hall on Sunday.
He stated that the new Karachi administrator, Iftikhar Shallwani, had decided to not hand over any heritage building to other institutions, adding that past decisions taken in this regard would not be acceptable either.
He pointed out that Khaliq Dina Hall was a historic venue, where Pakistan Movement leaders Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar, Maulana Shaukat Ali Jauhar and their companions were tried and convicted for treason.
“Several Muslim League meetings took place in the hall before the creation of Pakistan,” he went on to asy, adding that the building was established by Seth Ghulam Hussain Khaliq Dina from his personal resources and handed it over to the municipal corporation. Since then, he explained, the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) had been
At its Sept. 9 meeting, the Woodbury City Council approved health, safety and security improvements to City Hall. Remodeling will begin the week of Sept. 14 and continue through at least November, with some improvements taking place into spring 2021.
About the project
The purpose of the project is to improve safety and security, and further protect public and staff health by allowing for appropriate physical distancing, along with improvements to maximize the efficiencies of the current building layout. The proposed new building layout will isolate customers and visitors primarily to the lobby area, similar to the configuration at the Public Works and Public Safety Buildings.
City Hall will remain open during construction. However, the public is encouraged to continue conducting business with the city remotely as much as possible. City staff will be available via phone or email to help with service requests. Some