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Columbus-Lowndes County Airport, City of Columbus - $141,570 to rehabilitate 4,500 feet of runway;
Meanwhile, Metro Pacific Investments Corp.'s offer to rehabilitate the MRT-3 is expected to move forward by the end of the year, Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade recently said.
We are going to rehabilitate the centre and put the necessary facilities in place for them to be taken there when picked up.' He assured.
Citigroup Inc (NYSE: C) has said that it has partnered with Bangladesh Red Crescent Society to rehabilitate flood-affected families.
Cockfighters are actually easier and faster to rehabilitate than domesticated roosters.''
Insituform anticipates it will rehabilitate over 70,000 feet of stormwater pipelines using its Insituform cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) and iPlus Composite products.
The report added that the efforts to rehabilitate ancient city centres contribute to boosting tourism revenues and enabling the local authorities to better manage the public services.
Summary: BEIRUT: French Ambassador Denis Pietton informed Premier Minister Saad Hariri Tuesday of France's intent of funding a study to rehabilitate the coastal railways.
What is common to both these policy decisions is that the government let the landlords completely "off the hook", without extracting any commitment from them to help rehabilitate the people who slaved for them for years as bonded labourers.
THE Children's Commissioner for England, Maggie Atkinson, must be living in cloud cuckoo land to say that the murderers of Jamie Bulger should not have been tried in a criminal court but put into a controlled environment to rehabilitate them.