Ballarat accommodation provider has concerns over how fines will shape incoming business | The Courier

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A LEADING Ballarat accommodation provider wants clarity on how overseas-based online travel agents can withhold information from properties given thousands of dollars of fines could be placed on businesses if they let people from locked down areas stay. Gavin James, who runs Lake Wendouree Luxury Apartments, is calling for more protection for businesses which can be fined up to $10,000 if the wrong person visits their property. He

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ADOT plans variety of projects next week that could restrict travel | The Daily Courier

Plan for southbound restrictions on I-17 near Bumble Bee Road on Oct. 6

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for southbound restrictions on Interstate 17 near Bumble Bee Road on Tuesday, Oct. 6, while ADOT crews complete shoulder repair work.

Drivers should allow extra travel time while the following restrictions are in effect:

• Southbound I-17 will be narrowed to one lane (left lane closed) from 7

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Woodland Park City Council starts budget hearings, debates funding level of Main Street program | Pikes Peak Courier

The Woodland Park City Council started its Sept. 24 budget work session trying to decide how much funding the city should give to its Main Street Program.

The Woodland Park Main Street Program is one of only 22 in the state. The program is part of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Historical Trust and is administered by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs.

Main Street cities start out as

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