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After hearing from more than 50 people, supervisors voted, 5 to 3, in support of a rezoning and its accompanying comprehensive plan amendment that redesignates almost 180 acres along Vint Hill and Nokesville roads from the rural area to a development area.
On 20 Jun 68, the 4th Bn was redesignates the 4030th Gp and began infiltration with a strength of approximately 600 men.
Take care that the pensioner redesignates her resident savings account to NRO.
When a former spouse is named as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, that beneficiary arrangement is only effective in three circumstances: When the divorce decree addresses the issue; when the insured former spouse redesignates the ex-spouse as a beneficiary after the divorce is final; or when the ex-spouse is designated to receive the proceeds in trust for or on behalf of a child of either spouse.
In the 1930s, President Herbert Hoover established and President Franklin D. Roosevelt expanded the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument under the authority provided by the Antiquities Act.S. 323 redesignates the Monument as a National Park and expands its size.