Maine Today reports
“A proposal for an arboretum at Fort Williams Park gained unanimous approval from the town Planning Board on Tuesday night.
Backers of the project now will embark on a private fundraising campaign. They hope to raise $80,000 to construct the first phase of the arboretum, on roughly half an acre that would be visible from the park’s main entrance.”
SOURCE: MaineToday.com | News Update: Arboretum approved for Fort Williams.
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“Nakheel PJSC, the state-owned developer planning a kilometre-high tower in Dubai, will scale back some of its projects because of the global economic slowdown.”
SOURCE: Gulfnews: Nakheel to scale back projects on slowdown.