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Rybak makes the point that the flexible funding CDBG allows is used differently in different communities--"and that's the whole point, to respond to special local needs and encourage innovation, based on the judgment of local officials 'most in touch.
The manufacturer is hoping to get a Special Local Needs Permit for Texas only.
Today I learned that APHIS will pursue administration of imidacloprid through trunk injections only and intend to withdraw their application for (a special local need permit) relative to soil applications," Mr.
and in July, 2006, Gourmet Liquid Ant Bait received a supplemental labeling for special local need approval by the State of California (Section 24-c) for its use with organically grown fruit and nut crops.
Also this month, the AMI Update by Laura Phelps outlines the special local needs registration of hydrogen peroxide for use in irrigation water.
Hallock, Columbia's President and Chief Executive Officer, "Whenever there is a special local need or community crisis, Columbia employees have always stepped up to the plate.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) has approved a 24(c) Special Local Needs registration of B-Cap(R) 50 Microbial Agent.
We want to ensure that our kids have a building that supports their learning, enough funding to meet their basic educational needs, and the funds to meet special local needs," said Olga Gonzales, a Humboldt Park neighborhood leader, Local School Council chair at Stowe Elementary school, and member of Parents United for Responsible Education (PURE).