Village To Rezone For Spring Lake Market | Grand Haven Tribune

Tea party loses again, in Alaska GOP Senate primary – CBS News

Cutler into a community marketplace with space for artists and musicians, health and wellness practitioners, a distillery, brew pub, restaurant, food trucks, kayak and bike rental vendors, and more. Village Manager Chris Burns said the current industrial zoning doesn’t allow for any of Labozzetta’s proposed uses in the 70,000-square-foot building, but a central business district does. Village Council is taking their cues from the Master Plan document itself, Burns said. That and the fact that Mr. Labozzetta expressed his desire to get some leases signed with tenants who currently can’t be in place in that location with a zoning of industrial. Burns said any existing industrial uses could be grandfathered in. Central business district is in keeping with the Master Plan and the vision for the future of all four of these lots, she said. Councilman Scott VanStrate cast the lone dissenting vote, saying the village already has enough vacant commercial space.
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“Those are things that kind of work in his favor and he did in Carolina. Hes tough and hes competitive and he does a good job there. Just another way that he can contribute to the team.” Most important things for kickoff returners.
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What we learned from Professor Bill Belichick – ESPN

Democrats clearly see him as a serious threat; roughly $4 million in attacks have been run against Sullivan by a pro-Begich super PAC. Sullivan released a statement early Wednesday, looking forward to the general election battle with the first-term incumbent. “Our success was about Alaskans coming together to decide the direction we take our state,” Sullivan said, adding later, “Now is the time to focus on the real issues that matter the most to Alaskans. I look forward to painting a clear contrast between Mark Begich’s inability to move our state forward and my vision for a brighter and better Alaska.” Miller made a late push reminiscent to his 2010 primary upset of U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski. Miller released a statement early Wednesday morning, saying it seemed unlikely he would be able to close the gap on Sullivan with the remaining absentee ballots and outstanding precincts.
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Goodbye, Glasses: Future Smartphone Screens Could Correct Vision – Yahoo News

It works in conjunction with a software program to correct the viewer’s focal distance the range at which the eye can bring objects into focus . People with visual impairments , such as nearsightedness and farsightedness, have trouble with focal distance, said Gordon Wetzstein, a research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab who helped develop the new display technology. [ 10 Technologies That Will Transform Your Life ] Individuals with these types of impairments find it difficult to focus their eyes on physical objects that are outside their focal ranges, which means images or text on their device’s screens can appear blurry to them. To fix this problem, Wetztein and his colleagues created a display that acts similarly to a lens that fits over the smartphone screen, effectively adjusting images to fit within the viewer’s focal range. The new “eye pod” The researchers created a prototype display that fits over the screen of an iPod Touch. The screen cover features a pattern of tiny pinholes that alters the light emanating from the iPod’s screen, Wetzstein explained.
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