Thursday’s news items [Market House survey; “use of force”; bigger Chocolatetown & more] – 10/4/2018

2018-2019 Flu Season | The “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends annual influenza vaccination for everyone 6 months and older with any licensed, age-appropriate flu vaccine (IIV, RIV4, or LAIV4) with no preference expressed for any one vaccine over another.”

Planning to Vote in the November Election? | Why Most Americans Probably Won’t”The New York Times

columbia market houseTake the survey, click here.

Something to emulate | Lancaster City’s re-written “continuum of force policy”  is “the most comprehensive and progressive” policy of its kind in the U.S.” – Lancaster Online

Lancaster’s Webpage | “Use of Force” policy

hersheyTake a virtual tour of Hershey’s new Chocolatetown – coming in 2020. – Central Penn Business Journal

“awesome opportunity” | Millersville’s borough manager’s been in the position for only nine months, but he’s resigned the position according to the Municipal Briefs in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster. Millersville’s council president said the reason for the departure: the former borough manager is leaving for an “awesome opportunity.”

Contents sale | At Columbia Mini-StorageLancasterOnline

Good gone badFormer funeral director sentenced for abusing corpsesThe Pocono Record

“We’re tremendously pissed.” | “Amazon pay raises anger some Lehigh Valley warehouse workers”The Morning Call

School Board stacks the appointment deck in Lebanon County | “Northern Lebanon School District board member resigns, storms out of meeting”The Lebanon Daily News

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Men & Women | “Social scientist Jackson Katz, asked men what they do to NOT be sexually assaulted. Then he asked women.”The Boston Globe

Actuarial tables are a good thing | With a Transformed Judiciary in Sight, McConnell ‘Will Not Be Intimidated’”The New York Times

Modern Midas? Nah, crook. | “Following Trump’s money exposes the awful truth: Our president is a ‘financial vampire'”The Los Angeles Times

Where’s Lloyd on this? | Michigan’s “Dingell Cracks Down on Phone Scams, Protect Consumers”The Representative’s Website

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