Child Dragged From House As California Highway Patrol Evicts Families From Vacant Homes

California Highway Patrol officers have forcefully removed people who had occupied vacant state-owned homes in Los Angeles, according to videos posted on social media.



a group of people standing on top of a snow covered road: Homeless tents line a freeway overpass November 6, 2020 in Los Angeles, California


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Homeless tents line a freeway overpass November 6, 2020 in Los Angeles, California

One video, posted by the Street Watch LA account, shows two officers dragging a child out of a home in the El Sereno neighborhood on the eve of the Thanksgiving holiday as people scream in protest. “Have a f****** heart!” one person is heard yelling.

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“Tonight in El Sereno, CHP evicted a mom and child reclaiming rightful public land. They dragged a child from her home, pinned and arrested her,” the tweet read.

Other clips showed officers in riot gear apparently using battering rams to gain entry into some

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Buyers Prepare To Pull Over As Busy Highway Services Hub Goes Up For Sale


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Horace Russell Road

A landmark
services hub that is a popular stop for drivers on one of
New Zealand’s busiest highways has been put up for
sale.

Situated beside State Highway 1 just south of
the Bombay Hills, the service centre at Mercer provides
petrol, refreshments and public toilets for thousands of
motorists on the busy Auckland-Hamilton route.

The
property for sale at 16 Horace Russell Road, Mercer, is
anchored by blue-chip tenants Mobil and McDonalds plus local
gourmet favourite Pokeno Bacon, generating a diversified net
rental income of approximately $535,000 plus GST per
annum.

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Horace Russell Road
16
Horace Russell Road

The freehold
land and buildings at the Mercer site are now being marketed
for sale by Deadline Private Treaty closing on 3 December
(if not sold prior) through Bayleys Real
Estate.

Salespeople Damian Stephen, Michael

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Parma Heights considering Snow Road pocket park at site of demolished Queens Highway home

PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio — Two years after acquiring and subsequently demolishing a dilapidated Queens Highway home located on the southeast corner of Snow Road, the Cleveland Land Bank recently returned the two parcels of land to the city of Parma Heights.

“It was this old, abandoned house on Snow Road over by the exit from Holy Name High School that went into foreclosure,” Parma Heights Mayor Michael P. Byrne said. “Initially we had inspectors go in there to see if there was any way to rehab the home, but it was really becoming a safety issue and eyesore.

“Considering it was a benefit to the city when the Cleveland Land Bank picked it up, we continued to cut the grass throughout the years. Now they offered the land back to the city, so we decided to take advantage of it.”

At this point, Parma Heights has a couple of options

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Call for 3rd-party contractor for highway maintenance | Pune News

Pune: Frequent commuters sought appointment of a third-party contractor for the maintenance of the Pune-Satara highway, after 57 accidents caused 23 deaths on the treacherous stretch from April to September.
Commuters claimed that the road condition had deteriorated during and after monsoon, leading to frequent tyre bursts and accidents. Pavanjit Mane, a city-based IT professional spearheading the movement for the completion of the highway, said, “Potholes along the highway have become deeper. No remedial action has been taken so far. The incomplete stretches have remained untouched. The bad patches catch commuters by surprise and often lead to tyre bursts. If Reliance Infra cannot complete the project, a third-party contractor must be appointed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to maintain the road, if not for completing the project.”
SD Chitnis, the general manager of the NHAI, said, “Reliance Infra began the maintenance work earlier this week. Work was
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