Canadian couple believed dead after parts of wrecked rental van found in New Zealand river

epa03871453 A rescue worker climbs across a line to help trapped people in Chailpanchingo, Mexico, 17 September 2013. According to media reports, Hurricane Ingrid was downgraded to a tropical storm but continued to pour heavy rain over eastern Mexico, where it killed at least 34 people.  EPA/LENIN OCAMPO TORRES

At a recent Board of Selectmen meeting, Director of Planning and Land Use George Benson and resident Deborra Zubowski offered insight into a working document related to the plan. The two most significant proposals in the document include the possibility of allowing limited rental housing — 20 or 30 units — and dedicating the High Meadows area of the campus as open space. Though the master plan developed in 2005 specifically prohibited housing complexes on the campus, Benson and Zubowski said rental housing might now be seen more favorably. “Naive,” said Selectman Will Rodgers about the notion that this will not still be controversial. Selectman Jim Gaston said he has reservations about rental housing being an appropriate change. “I fear it could be a slippery slope,” Gaston said.
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West End residents take on council over rental rules

Police believe they either drove over a cliff inadvertently or were swept off by a landslide. Inspector John Canning said the chances they survived are extremely remote. The pair had been touring the country and Lam was due to start work Monday as an imaging specialist at Nelson Hospital. Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.
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WEN also wants the city to explain when it decides to waive the DCLs – which generated $78.8 million from new developments for the city last year. “There’s been no public process,” Richards said. No one from the city was available for comment late my website Friday afternoon, but Vision Coun.
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