One such project was born when a friend told Miller a horrifying story from her past. “My friend didn’t want to write it herself,” Miller says. Daria had never written a novel of her own, but she did a killer job on the proposal for a novel called ‘Devil in Ohio’ and we quickly sold the book.
The Parks Division also has a survey, it will be available through mid August. The city will close the 700 block of East Main Street (South Blount Street to South Livingston Street) for up to two months to provide staging for the equipment and tanks needed to handle the removal of hazardous waste. South Livingston Street and South Blount Street will remain open at all times.
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Rod Frey, founder of Toronto based brand Guild Eyewear. “The core belief that the company started with was that a product could be customized and made in single quantities using modern automation technology and smart software.” Frey’s background as a technologist lead him to develop and build the software and CNC machinery used to create Guild’s line of quirky, hypoallergenic frames, which are produced using organic materials. Driven as much by attention to novel design as craftsmanship, Guild has collaborated with creatives such as fashion brand Untitled Co, and industrial designers Angelika Seeschaaf and Katherine Tessier.
The work on West Washington Avenue at Bedford Street is part of a larger project that will install underground MG utilities along the centerline of West Washington Avenue from Regent Street to Broom Street. Work this fall will include installing manholes at Bedford Street, Bassett Street and Broom Street (see attached map). Mainline utility work to connect the manholes will occur at a later time..