Source: Citybizlist, November 7, 2011
The U.S. Air Force has selected Newtown Square, Pa.-based Balfour Beatty Communities LLC as the winner of a $470 million contract to develop 4,761 residential units at six bases in the states in the next six years.
The company will oversee the Northern Group Housing Privatization Project, a 50-year plan. The initial phase covers Minot AFB, Grand Forks AFB and Cavalier AFS, all in North Dakota; Ellsworth AFB in South Dakota; Mountain Home AFB in Idaho; and Cannon AFB in New Mexico….
…With the contract, Balfour Beatty Communities will have 53 military installations in 25 states and Washington, D.C., in its footprint.
Source: Associated Press, August 25, 2011
HOUSTON — Houston became the latest U.S. city to turn off its red-light traffic cameras on Wednesday, less than a month after Los Angeles did the same, in a move that camera opponents said reflects a gradual nationwide trend to abandon the devices….. [M]ore than 500 municipalities — including New York, Washington and other large cities — still use them….More than a dozen cities now ban the cameras, as do nine states. …Company spokesman Charles Territo said American Traffic Solutions still has 300 towns and cities as customers, including New York, Washington, New Orleans, Kansas City and 80 communities in Florida. And the Scottsdale, Ariz.,-based company expects to set another record in 2011 for new camera installations.