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Vista Drive housing project undergoes public scrutiny

...blind corner of Douglas Highway, and they want to add another 75 units without mitigating these safety hazards," said George Cole, a retired Alaska State Trooper and Douglas property owner since 2007.Others in the crowd said the roads are dangerous...
Low-income housing developers meet with Douglas neighbors

...this boondoggle that is quietly being pushed through with the tacit help of our politicians and bureaucrats," wrote George Cole, a Crest Condominium owner, in a letter to the Empire last week.When the project was awarded a grant in May through...
Condo owner against low-income housing project on Vista Drive

...get to help pay for this. Congratulations Juneau ? I believe you are fast approaching a point where the percentage of public and low-income housing will rival Detroit!George Cole, ownerCrest Condos, JuneauKeene Channel, Petersburg
Juneau Empire Online Archive Inside: Costs mount up for domestic-violence sentences, too 3/8/98

...12-month period ending with October 1997, a Juneau judge referred 94 people to the ATV program, according to a report by George Cole, interagency coordinator with Tongass. The program, according to Crawford, can take longer or shorter to complete...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Local News: Types of family violence linked 4/12/98

...THE JUNEAU EMPIRE Many of Juneau's children are suffering because their parents are in violent relationships. George Cole, domestic violence interagency coordinator at the Tongass Community Counseling Center, was surprised to find out...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Local News: Batterers who get counseling less likely to reoffend,

...between November 1996 and October 1997 in Juneau, only about eight offenders didn't comply with their sentences, said George Cole, a retired state trooper who did the study for the Juneau Domestic Violence Task Force. But it's common for offenders...

Synopsis: The first of three well-received "omnibus" films hosted by Somerset Maugham, Quartet features four of Maugham's most celebrated stories, each introduced by the author himself. In "The Facts of Life," a seemingly innocent British youth (Jack Watling) is targeted for a shakedown by a beautiful adventuress (Mai Zetterling), while Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne perform their usual brilliant byplay. In "The Alien Corn," a young aristocrat (Dirk Bogarde) hopes to become a professional concert pianist. "The Kite" tells the story of a preoccupied inventor (George Cole) who places his hobbies ahead of his wife (Susan Shaw) as an indirect means of defying his dominating mother (Hermione Badderly). The film concludes with "The Colonel's Lady," wherein the title character (Nora Swinburne) embarrasses her stuffy husband (Cecil Parker) by publishing a torrid volume of romantic poetry. Each of the short tales in Quartet possesses its own mood, pace and rhythm, and each is a gem in its own right. The popularity of Quartet resulted in two more Maugham compendiums, Trio and Encore, not to mention the multistoried American film O. Henry's Full House. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi Cast: Basil Radford, Naunton Wayne, Dirk Bogarde, Ian Fleming, George Cole, Jack Raine, Angela Baddeley, Cecil Parker Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review



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