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Sussex County NJ

2011.08.10 12:24 prophetfxb Sussex County NJ


2023.06.11 03:20 Few_Thought_248 [landlord US NY] Is a lawyer necessary for the county’s court appearance due to not renewing the rental permit on time

I’m a distance landlord and own a property in NY, and I have been renting it out for about ten years.
My last rental permit was supposed to be renewed on July 2022, but I didn’t receive the notice because I moved and didn’t update my address. I also didn’t receive any notice sent to my house in NY or by email. I only knew it because the county’s building department sent me an email recently about renewing my rental permit, and then the house inspector told me that I had a court appearance due. (For not renewing the permit&renting it out without the permit)
I have never been to court, and I’m definitely terrified about it, I talked with Attorney, and they charge $1500 for three court appearances.
I’m working on getting the permit and making changes according to the house inspector’s instructions. My questions are :
How would having a lawyer benefit my case? I asked because I’m on track to get the permit right now and couldn’t think of anything that the lawyer could get me.
In case I’m representing myself, should I ever be like, ‘County didn’t try their best to contact me, so not entirely my fault, ‘ or should I just play the victim card and say I’m just really sorry for all of these, and it’s all my fault.
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2023.06.11 03:02 virtual_adam NJ resident/plate with NY license/ID - what to do about ticket and points?

Got an improper passing ticket from a small town in Bergen county. The short version is it’s a single lane each way, very busy 2 way road, when someone stops to turn left, every single car passes them on the right. A cop pulled me over and gave me an improper passing ticket - which I understand is 4 points which sounds pretty serious
I’m ready to go to court and at least talk to the DA, this literally happens hundreds of times per hour. I can sit there for 15 minutes and video a hundred cars, including government, commercial, anyone, doing the same exact thing I was doing. The road will become impossible to drive in if every single left hand turn would stop traffic completely
Except…I never converted my drivers license, and the police officer didn’t seem to point it out. And from my understanding, if I just pay and plead guilty online, I get NJ points which are ignored in NY completely
So these seem like my options
The court part scares me a little in case they get irritated that I haven’t converted my license yet - in that case could they force me to come back with an NJ license within X days so they could make sure to tack 4 points to my new one?
Any advice at all is welcome, I’ve been driving for 20 years and this is the first time I’ve ever gotten pulled over or fined
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2023.06.11 02:33 Jussttjustin Buying a home with unpermitted addition (Sussex)

Hey y'all,
I'm moving from NJ to Lewes, DE (I know, another one, I'm sorry).
Buying a lovely house in Lewes that the current owner built a 400 sqft living room extension.
Current owner swears the contractor pulled the permit when this was done. Sussex county website and tax records both beg to differ (home listed as 1800 square feet, not 2400 square feet as she claims).
Are we screwed? How difficult is it to get a retroactive permits in Sussex county? Anyone have experience???
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2023.06.11 02:32 Jussttjustin Buying a home with unpermitted addition (Sussex)

Hey y'all,
I'm moving from NJ to Lewes, DE (I know, another one, I'm sorry).
Under contract for a lovely house in Lewes that the current owner built a 400 sqft living room extension.
Current owner swears the contractor pulled the permit when this was done. Sussex county website and tax records both beg to differ (home listed as 1800 square feet, not 2400 square feet as she claims).
Are we screwed? How difficult is it to get a retroactive permits in Sussex county? Anyone have experience???
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2023.06.11 02:10 holdmacrotch will UberEats go back to normal by September/October?

I’m a 21 year old college student. I started delivering a few months back as I was in between jobs at the time. I was making so much money that I decided that I’ll just keep doing UberEats full time. I used to make over $150 in 4-5 hours during dinner time on the weekends. (I’m from Hudson County in NJ, so the Hoboken/Jersey City area is a constant hot zone). Last night, which was Friday, I made $35 in about 4 hours. And today I’ve been working for about 3 hours and I’ve only made $18. Wtf is going on? Shit is so bad that I just got a job a MetLife Stadium doing security. (Good gig, pays pretty well and I get to watch concerts and NFL games once the season starts). I was just wondering if you guys think it will go back to normal once schools open back up for the next year?
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2023.06.11 01:58 Technical_Trainer688 Chance me (nervous rising senior)

Gender: Genderqueer (Masc) [would be listed as other or specify]
race/ethnicity: white
state: nj
type of school: charter school for performing arts
hooks (URM, first generation, legacy, athlete, etc.): LGBTQIA+ (URM?), first gen, low income, great grandfather went to UPenn (legacy?), from really small town (<5,000), child of single mother who is paying for 2 kids college at time of applying
Intended Majors): archeology, geography, musical theatre
ACT/SAT/SAT I: 1310 (applying test opt to schools it will hurt me)
UW/W GPA: 4.0UW/ 4.4W
Rank: 1/91
Coursework: AP/B/Dual Enrollment classes, AP/ 1B scores, etc: 18 Honors, 3 AP (max allowed) [AP Gov, AP psych, AP Lit]
Awards: teen arts state finalist 4x, semi-finalist in national poetry contest, high honor roll 4x, perfect attendance, excellent conduct
Extracurriculars: Dance- Interned as a dance assistant at my studio (10th, 11th); participated in 20+ charities; State Finalist for Teen Arts Festival for Dance Ensemble
Musical Theatre- Participated in 9 shows of various genres and time periods; won two State awards at Teen Arts for musical theatre performance (9th, 10th); Dance Captain (9th, 11th); Student Director (10th)
Artist Council/Student Government- Vice President (9th); Spirit Committee Chairman (10th); Treasurer (11th); Created spirit week schedules; organized hallways decorating contests (3rd in 9th grade, 4th in 10th); created raffle basket for events raising 25k+; organized and promoted fundraisers that paid for proms
Spartan TV (School Broadcasting program) - Created a State winning comedy film for Teen Arts Festival (9th); created episodes that raised 1.1k+ views on YouTube alone; created a promotional ad for an Open House that received 500+ views; created ad for Holy Spirit’s giving day which reached thousands of people, and raised $75k+
Vocal choir - Performed as a background singer for an International touring band; performed masterwork Jubilate Deo at Carnegie Hall
Instrumental/ pep band -Drum Captain (10th); Percussion Leader (9th, 10th)
Mock trial -Leading Attorney for the Defense (10th); competed at the County level
Interact - Organized a canned food drive that raised ~$500
GSA- Attended meeting; engaged in pridefest; promoted a safe space for all students; handed out pride stickers and pins
Essays/LORs/Other: Optionally, guess how strong these are and include any other relevant information or circumstances.
I transferred to a new school this year but here are my predictions on how these letters will go
Guidance Counselor (10/10) she loves me to death and nominated me to apply for voices for tufts
Physics teacher (10/10) considers me a strong working kid and great leader
History teacher (9/10) he’s a silly goofball and pretends to hate me (prolly because I ask for so many rev letters from him lol)
Schools: List of colleges, ED/EA/RD, etc
ED1 - UPenn
ED2 - Dartmouth
EA - Macalester, UNC Chapel Hill, UVA
RD - American, Bowdoin, Brandeis, Brown, Bucknell, Colby, Columbia, Cornell, Dickinson, Franklin & Marshall, George Washington, Hamilton, Harvard, Haverford , John Hopkins, Middlebury, Montclair (already accepted by Early Bird program), Princeton, Rowan, Skidmore, Stockton, Swarthmore, Syracuse, Tufts, Vanderbuilt, WashU, Wesleyan, Williams, Yale
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2023.06.11 00:33 kibbliebear [Live Setlist Thread] OREBOLO - Saturday, June 10, 2023 - 7:00pm MST - Chautauqua Auditorium - Boulder, CO

Poster: 2x (Dan Stovall, Kevin R. Johnson)
Official Stream: Free for Subscribers
Unofficial Stream: TBD
Scheduled Start Time: 7:00PM MST
Set 1 (7:23 - )
California Magic 🪄
Moonrise 🌕
Mr. Action 🦸🏻‍♂️
Return to Sender 1 📬
Lead Up 2
Hungersite ☮️
Set 2
1 Elvis Presley
2 Orebolo FTP
Night #1 of 2
Weather: 70°F, Scattered Thunderstorms
Venue Information: Click Here
Check-In (at the show): x1 Third Row, Jeff Side Section A, Row D
Check-In (not at the show): NYC Williamsburg, VA x2 Vail, CO Anne Arundel County Baltimore, MD Albany, NY Fort Collins, CO Boonton, NJ Marina, CA Morristown, NJ Dallas, TX Ssi, ga Fort Worth Arlington va Norwich CT Lodi, NJ Rochester, NY Denver Covington, KY Sparkhill, NY
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2023.06.11 00:21 theronimous Camden County Judge Violated Conduct Policy, NJ Supreme Court Rules

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2023.06.10 20:35 Deepthinker289 Anniversary of that fateful night in Holsten’s-original news article

Essex County News June 11, 2007
Alleged boss of DiMeo Crime Family shot and killed in local diner in likely gangland hit
By Joey Bagadonuts
Bloomfield-Alleged boss of the DiMeo crime family, Anthony “Tony” Soprano was gunned down and killed at the popular local eatery Holsten’s last night at about 7:00 pm. Mr. Soprano (47) was eating dinner in a booth with his wife Carmela Soprano and his adult son AJ Soprano. Mr. Soprano’s adult daughter Meadow Soprano, per Essex County police, had also walked into the diner at the time of the shooting.
Witnesses describe a scene of chaos as a single gunshot rang aloud at about 7:06 pm. One witness, who declined to be named, is a Cub Scout supervisor who was at the popular eatery with thee cub scouts at the time: “It was chaos, I saw the heavy set gentleman shot with his face down on the table and blood coming from the back of his head. His wife and kid were screaming and covered in blood. I feel terrible for them.”
Per Essex County Police, other witnesses described the shooter as an Italian looking man in his late 40’s or early 50’s wearing an out of date “Members Only Jacket.” After allegedly shooting Mr Soprano, he calmly walked out the front door. Per local Essex county police, it is unknown if he had an accomplice or a getaway vehicle waiting for him.
Detective Mike Hunt of Essex County Police commented that “This appears to be a professional hit” and is asking for anyone who may have tips on the identity or whereabouts of the shooter.
Sources from the FBI confirm that the murder may be retaliation for the murder last week in Oyster Bay, Long Island of Phillip “Phil” Leotardo, acting boss of the Lupertazzi family. The NJ based DiMeo family and the NY based Lupertazzi family have reportedly been at war which likely resulted in the gangland deaths of Mr Soprano, Mr Leotardo, and the brutal murder last week of high ranking DIMeo associate Robert “Bobby” Bacilieri. Mr Soprano’s alleged consigliere Silvio Dante was also gunned down last week in Lodi and per FBI sources is in a coma.
“Mr. Leotardo was killed in front of his own family, which may explain why Mr Soprano was killed in the same fashion” said an unnamed FBI source. However, both local police and the FBI have no concrete leads on either murder and are concerned that the gangland violence will continue.
Please contact Essex county police if you have any information.
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2023.06.10 20:32 k8minesearch Here's 8 years of lyme knowledge before reddit goes

Hi all,
I've had different usernames on my Lyme journey and have been lurking, hanging out, and posting on here for so many years.
I was born & raised in NJ. Bitten by 10-15 ticks in one of the highest lyme rate counties — all in one day. I never got a rash. Didn't develop symptoms. I got sick the day I turned 23.
A few days later, I moved 600 miles away from the area I grew up. I was immediately thrown into some of the worst stress of my life. My mom was being abused, I couldn't find work, I tried working as a stripper (only lasted a day—it was horrible).
I partied like anyone else who was 21 and 22. I liked getting drunk off beer. The final year before I got lyme, I was doing small doses and moderate use of MDMA every other months (never drank during it.)
On the night of my 23rd birthday, I drank like 7 baybreezes through the night. I was pretty damn drunk. Went to bed and woke up feeling funny. I had gotten sick but not hang over sick. It felt like a really bad flu.
And the symptoms kept getting worse and worse.
And kept lasting for weeks, then months.
FULL LIST OF SYMPTOMS I HAD (that went away with time and treatment): severe knife stabbing joint pain, breathlessness, soaking through my sheets at night, UTI problems and crazy amounts of bladder shedding with no actual UTI, hip pain, missing menstrual cycle for 6 months, swollen knees, ear ringing, ice pick headaches, couldn't read because letters would move around a page, and having a several month bout of EBV when I was 25-26, inability to grip or use my hands, pins and needles in various places.
I'm probably missing some symptoms, but its been such a long time now.
FULL LIST OF SYMPTOMS I DEAL WITH DAILY NOW: constant ear ringing (*maybe due to ABX use for embedded UTI as well as lyme), mild and occasional joint pain, mild herxes to new herbals or ABX that last 1-3 days max, can't consume gluten or alcohol, chronic UTI problems currently being treated by a new doctor.
^ It's almost nothing compared to what I dealt with all through my 20s.
Now I'm almost 32 and wanted to share the most important points of how I got better.
Breakdown of physical meds/herbals and medical actions that helped me in order of usefulness:
-Moving out of condo with mold problem
-CBD Oil
-Terry Naturally's Pain relief curamin
-Doxycycline for 1 month (***Early on getting my illness, 1 month of Doxy is what cleared the swollen knees, ice pick headaches
-Finding an LLMD ~4-5 months into my illness
-Going gluten free
-LLMD put me on dong quai and I got my period back in the same month (after 6 months of nothing)-
-cats claw
-green tea with chamomile at night
-magnesium before bed is a MUST — at least 800 mg/night)
-Leaving my LLMD at the 8 year mark
-Getting a new remote doctor who wants to take me the rest of the way that my LLMD couldn't figure out
-Allimax x1 a day now
-x1 Biocidin
-Currently on and off a very small dose of Eluthero

Things that helped me get mentally better and live a decent life with lyme:
-Not letting asshole doctors get to my head when they said "Lyme disease, don't you think that's a little too much?"
-Self published a book about some of my painful experiences and it aided me a lot in part of my grieving
-Walk on a daily basis (started as soon as I was able to)
-Switched careers towards things better geared for lyme. Went from teaching to aerospace to copywriting remotely.
-Learned new things
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2023.06.10 18:42 somespeculation Harry and Meg’s Montecito Home: Chateau of Riven Rock - financial details, real estate prices and the home’s history. In my opinion, it's not a good investment. Fact checked.

Their home, the Olive Garden Purgatory for Displaced Overseas Royals, was purchased for $14.65mil in an off market sale in June 2020, mortgaged.
LA Times Confirmation:
All of this is from a 'source close to the couple'. The final paragraph is clout listing nearby celebrity homes; final paragraph connecting the house to Oprah's neighbour.
HISTORY - Unsettling
Check out it’s true, unsettling history about a mentally ill man who was confined there for decades:
Formal name is “Chateau of Riven Rock.”
Address: 765 Rockbridge Rd
Value: $14.65mil in Aug 2021, mortgaged.
Originally attempted to sell for $49.4mil in 2015:
Then reduced to $35 mil.
And promoted in the LA Times in 2015 again for $35mil.
Then reduced again for $22.9 mil.
By Oct 2020, listed on Giggster for rentals at $700/hr.
Purchased from Russian oligarch, Sergey Grishin, who clearly took a multi million dollar loss in selling the property.
Appears to be owned by Rockbridge LLC, under Grishin.
Rockbridge LLC also took out two federal covid loans for under $50,000 in 2021 that appear to have been paid off in full or “forgiven.”
The address for Rockbridge LLC is the same as the Wells Fargo in Montecito: 1482 E Valley Rd. Could theoretically have a box there.
Thie Rockbridge LLC shows up a bit with the financial deep dive, but appears to be a bit of a red herring as it only correlates to public record availability pre-Harry and Meg's purchase.
Grishin has since died.
Additional property records for previous owners and their LLCs:,+Santa+Barbara+CA
So who actually owns it?
Update: Excellent work by a fellow sinner determined it was purchased via Real Residential Estate Trust whose address is identical to Meg’s business manager at the time in Bev Hills.
It can also be searched for on this sub under, "Who Really Owns the Montecito Olive Garden".
What they’ve said about it:
Confirmed in Jan 2022:
As recently as Aug 2022, even sympathetic Marie Claire mag is citing a 'source' that they are eager to sell and move. This article reads like a PR real estate advertisement for the home.
Tax assessment for 2021 - 2022 is $141,000 roughly. Taxed at a rate of 1.04%….which seems to be more of a business tax rate….ownership intentionally omitted/redacted.
Current value of the home assessed at just under: $13.3 mil.
The 2021-2022 tax records for their address:
Interestingly, they are listed as a Prop 13/AB8 which is why their initial taxes were soooo low at 1.04%. This means their property taxes are reevaluated with the current market value of their property as measured by the sale price for change of ownership.
Here’s the really deep dives for fiscally interested sinners:
  1. Neighbour’s home:
Address: Photo in the article places it next door to Harry and Meg's home.
Value: For sale in March 2021 for $22.5 mil.
45 days on the market, then an offer, then a press release stating that they are still open to other offers. This usually indicates it was a low ball offer significantly below the asking price.
  1. Netflix Montecito filming home:
Let’s take a moment to fully acknowledge their authentic, “at home” 'documentary' had the majority not actually filmed at their home.
Address: 888 Lilac Drive
Value: Listed Dec 2022 for $33.5 mil.
This was where they filmed Netflix. It was filmed in another Montecito home they passed off indirectly as theirs, as they never clarified it was not their home during filming their 'behind the scenes'. Harry was likely paranoid about a security risk, whereas Meg likely saw an opportunity for implied flexing. She knows the Olive Garden beige property is dated. Filmed in a home valued over twice as much as theirs.
As of March 2023, still on the market at its original price.
  1. Neighbour’s home #3
Address: 830 Riven Rock Rd. According to Google maps, a 2 min drive or 7 min walk from the Sussexes.
Value: Sold for $14.5mil in Apr 2022.

No confirmation on if one, both, or neither are living there. However, there are multiple reports swirling that Harry (or Meg) may regularly retreat to a room at San Ysidro Ranch. This includes the thank you card recently publicized for the bike Archie was recently gifted for his birthday, but interestingly publicized a month later, sent from an employee of SYR. Google maps puts it at a. 7 min drive from their address.

Also keep in mind any RivenRock allusions in online accounts, donations, or LLCs....perhaps could be illuminating for who is behind them.
So there you have it. Make of it what you will.
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2023.06.10 16:52 Irisj_92 IVF candy Mercer county NJ

Hi fellow IVF warriors!
I’ve got some left over IVF candy.
  1. Menopur 4 vials 75 IU expiry date 2/16/24 includin q-caps/needles if needed
  2. Cetrotide 0.25 mg expiry june 2024. Needs to be stored refrigerated
  3. 2x Follitism AQ cartridge 600 IU expiry june 2024 - needs to be stored refrigerated- including needle caps + injection pen if needed
No shipping only pick up in person. Hope I can help someone else with these candies.
Let me know if you need anything!
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2023.06.10 16:17 Maleficent-Tap-543 niggas crashin out with no lawyer money

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2023.06.10 15:44 SKStoneCreations ID Please? All found in the Big Brook Preserve, Monmouth County NJ. I’m thinking the shark tooth is a sand Tiger but not sure on anything else!

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2023.06.10 15:00 seannestor This Week in Toledo 6/10/23

This Week in Toledo 6/10/23
• Last Saturday (June 3), Bitwise terminated its co-CEOs, Irma Olguin Jr. and Jake Soberal, just days after furloughing its entire staff due to a severe cash deficit. Irma Olguin Jr. is a 2004 graduate of the University of Toledo.

• On Monday, several local public officials, including U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur and Toledo City Council members Nick Komives and Theresa Morris, announced their visit the world's largest sewer treatment plant in Washington D.C. this week. An estimated $800 million upgrade to the Bay View Water Treatment facility in North Toledo, which has not been upgraded since the mid-1980's, is currently being examined by the city.

• On Tuesday, the jury trial of former Toledo City Councilman Gary Johnson commenced in U.S. District Court. Local Internet cafe proprietor Nabil Shaheen testified that he cooperated with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to execute a sting operation in exchange for leniency in sentencing stemming from a separate bribery case in 2018. Johnson testified that he accepted a $1000 check from an associate of Shaheen's, followed by $2000 in cash from Shaheen directly at a later date, on the understanding that they were for his political campaign and not for him personally. Johnson also testified that these donations were unrelated to his affirmative vote on council for an Internet cafe operated by Shaheen's son.

• Also on Tuesday, Toledo City Council reviewed a $4.2 million proposal to reconstruct Alexis and Telegraph roads near a 70-acre industrial park under development at the former North Towne Square site. JobsOhio has provided the city with a $1.5 million grant to aid in the cost.

• In further Tuesday news, Toledo City Council reviewed a proposal to allocate $10 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds toward four separate housing projects under way in Toledo. If approved the allocations would be $5 million to Pivotal for the Glen and Grand developments (106 units of affordable housing); $3 million to Lucas Metropolitan Housing (LMH) for Collingwood Green phase-five (75 units of senior housing); and $2 million to the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) Toledo for a 36-unit domestic violence shelter.

• City officials announced a new program to combat crime on Tuesday called Link Toledo. Under the program, volunteer residents and businesses with security cameras pay for a small device called Fusus that would allow police to view their camera footage after a crime occurs near them.

• On Wednesday, the Lucas County Commissioners voted to partner with Closed Loop Partners to develop a new recycling facility at Kuhlman Drive and South Avenue by 2025. Presently, many recyclable materials are shipped to a site 90 minutes from Toledo.

• Also on Wednesday, the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department issued a statement announcing that air quality had become poor due to ongoing wildfires in Canada, and that those with breathing issues such as COPD or Asthma should limit their outdoor activities through Friday.

• In further Wednesday news, a new Disney+ program called "America's National Parks" debuted, featuring footage from local filmmaker Alex Goetz on episode 2, "Grand Tetons."

• On Thursday, longtime local music promoter Broc Curry announced on Facebook that he had made several major updates to Frankie's night club (308 Main St.) in East Toledo, which has been shuttered since 2019. Curry stated that his plans are to host shows at the venue sporadically in the coming year.

• Also on Thursday, the Taylor Automotive Family announced that it had acquired three major properties - the 9-acre former world headquarters of Dana at 1801 Richards Road for $3.75 million; a 44,000-square-foot office building at 5855 Monroe St. for $2.95 million; and 61.7 acres of land in Maumee at Arrowhead Park for an unspecified amount. Taylor Automotive stated that they have no current plans for the sites.

• In further Thursday news, ProMedica held a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil its new $35 million ProMedica Cancer Center at Levis Commons in Perrysburg (1620 Brigham Dr. Suite 110). The building is modeled after the ProMedica Health & Wellness Center in Sylvania.

• On Friday, Metroparks Toledo held a ribbon cutting ceremony to launch its weekend-long grand opening at the new Glass City Metropark in East Toledo (983 Front St.). Several activities will take place at the park this weekend, including a skate party on Saturday night (June 10) at 7 p.m. For more information, visit

• A federal grant totaling $1.1 million has been secured by U.S. Representative Marcy Kaptur to develop a "smart" commercial kitchen in bay 3 of the Erie Street Market in downtown Toledo. The kitchen would be used for culinary training and would be overseen by the Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) along with Opportunity Kitchen. The development could be completed by 2025 and is estimated to cost $12 million.

• The University of Toledo has terminated at least 12 employees in an effort to cut operating costs by 7% amid a projected $28 million deficit this year. As part of those cuts, the University's Center for Success Coaching has been eliminated.

• Through February of 2024, two pieces by Vincent Van Gogh - a self-portrait and a landscape piece titled La Méridienne - will be on loan to the Toledo Museum of Art. For more information, visit

• This Saturday (June 10) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the community garden Garden of Treatz will hold its first farmer's market of the year at 3161 Cherry Street. For more information, visit

• Also this Saturday (June 10) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Main Branch Library (325 N. Michigan Street), individuals can receive assistance obtaining their birth certificates, social security cards, and photo IDs. The event is in response to new state laws requiring photo identification when voting.

• Also this Saturday (June 10) from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., Glass City Improv will host a sketch comedy showcase called "Manic Mayonnaise" at Studio A in the Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St.) in downtown Toledo. For more information, including ticket prices, visit

• Next Monday (June 12) at 12 p.m. noon, the City of Toledo will close applications for its Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP), citing an abundance of outstanding requests for funding. For more information, visit

• Next Tuesday (June 13) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., City of Toledo District 1 Councilman John Hobbs will host a public town hall meeting at the Reynolds Corner Branch Library (4833 Dorr St.). For more information, call 419-245-1611.

• Next Thursday (June 15), the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo will host its first of several Art Loop events this year. The loop will take place in the Warehouse District in downtown Toledo from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

• Also next Thursday (June 15) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., City of Toledo District 1 Councilman John Hobbs will host a public town hall meeting at Monroe Street United Methodist Church (3613 Monroe St.). For more information, call 419-245-1611.

• You can receive This Week in Toledo via e-mail by subscribing at You can also receive updates on Facebook by liking the official page at

News sources: The Blade, WTOL
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2023.06.10 14:02 Bot-alex Police investigate deaths at Royal Sussex County Hospital

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2023.06.10 10:02 MickIsShort4Michael Enchanting Kent: Heritage and Natural Splendor

Welcome to Kent, an English county that seamlessly weaves together a rich tapestry of historical significance and breathtaking natural beauty. Situated in the southeast of England, Kent invites you on an enchanting journey through its iconic landmarks, idyllic countryside, and picturesque coastal landscapes. Let's delve into the captivating wonders of this county, exploring its renowned historical sites, lush gardens, and charming towns. Get ready to immerse yourself in the allure and charm of Kent, where each corner reveals a captivating story waiting to be discovered.
  1. Embark on a journey to Canterbury, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its majestic cathedral. Marvel at the impressive Gothic architecture, visit the shrine of Thomas Becket, and explore the medieval streets of this ancient city.
  2. Discover the grandeur of Leeds Castle, often referred to as one of the most beautiful castles in the world. Explore its magnificent gardens, navigate the intriguing maze, and immerse yourself in the rich history that surrounds this captivating castle.
  3. Step back in time at Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Admire the Tudor architecture, wander through the stunning gardens, and delve into the intriguing history of this enchanting castle.
  4. Explore the historic town of Rochester, dominated by its impressive castle and cathedral. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of days gone by as you stroll along the cobbled streets lined with charming shops and cafes.
  1. Indulge in the beauty of the Kent Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Roam through rolling hills, picturesque valleys, and ancient woodlands while immersing yourself in the tranquility of this captivating landscape.
  2. Visit the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, a symbol of Britain's natural splendor. Take in the breathtaking views of the English Channel and explore the network of coastal paths that wind their way along this magnificent coastline.
  3. Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of the Isle of Thanet, boasting sandy beaches, charming seaside towns, and a vibrant artistic and cultural scene.
  4. Discover the captivating landscapes of the High Weald, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty known for its ancient woodlands, meandering rivers, and picturesque villages. Embark on scenic walks, cycle along tranquil lanes, and unwind amidst the serene countryside.
  1. Wander through the streets of Tunbridge Wells, known for its elegant Georgian architecture, boutique shops, and the beautiful Calverley Grounds. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through Dunorlan Park, with its picturesque lake and vibrant floral displays.
  2. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Sissinghurst Castle Garden, an iconic English garden known for its romantic charm and imaginative design. Lose yourself amidst the stunning flower borders, explore the well-known White Garden, and experience the tranquil ambiance.
  3. Visit the historic town of Faversham, with its well-preserved medieval architecture and rich maritime heritage. Explore the bustling market square, discover the local brewery, and indulge in delicious local produce.
Kent beckons you to embark on an enchanting journey through its timeless heritage, natural wonders, and picturesque towns. Whether you find yourself captivated by the historical grandeur of Canterbury, awestruck by the beauty of the Kent Downs, or charmed by the quaint towns and gardens, Kent promises an unforgettable travel experience. Unveil its treasures, immerse yourself in its stories, and create memories that will last a lifetime in this captivating English county.
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