KNOXVILLE Salsarita’s, the Fresh Mexican Cantina with locations across the country is booming in Tennessee. Patel, a franchisee of Salsarita’s Fresh Mexican Cantina became involved with the chain in 2004 after overcoming obstacles as a first time business owner. Like any entrepreneur, Patel knew he would face potential risks when he decided to work for himself rather than work for someone else..
“So we’ve had the request to council to put a set of lights there and it did get bumped with other priorities but, this year, it seems to be a priority. Especially where we had just come off campaigning and heard from the public that it’s something we can use. Our staff did a traffic count there and we’re almost to the level it justifies lights; so we put it in the budget and it did go through, so we’re very pleased with that.”.
Wojdak says yesterday announcement that the Electrification of Highway 37 has the green light will enable a lot of existing projects to proceed. Be the key thing for the Red Chris project to, uh, that the missing link as it were to enable the company to make a production decision there. Galore Creek, I haven mentioned that, but that the first one on the list.
“We pleased to welcome WOW air to Dallas Fort Worth and look forward to providing our customers with another non stop trans Atlantic destination,” said Sean Donohue, CEO for DFW Airport. “Reykjavik is a popular tourist destination, a growing market for international business and a convenient connecting point to continental Europe. We look forward to giving visitors from Iceland a warm Texas welcome when they arrive next year.”.
For people that do not have to deal with insurance companies on a daily basis, understanding auto insurance is a difficult task. As a car accident attorney, I have dealt with insurance companies my whole career, so I would like to pass along my knowledge about the types of insurance you need to best protect yourself. These are: mandatory basic coverage, Personal Injury Protection, and Uninsured/Under insured coverage..
ASPCA Help a Horse Day is celebrated annually on April 26 a date chosen for its significance to the ASPCA’s long history of horse protection. In 1866, ASPCA founder Henry Bergh stopped a cart driver from beating his horse, resulting in the first successful arrest for horse mistreatment on April 26 of that year. The protection of horses has been a core part of the ASPCA mission ever since, which includes supporting equine welfare legislation, public advocacy, professional development, horse rescue, and targeted grants..