So far, the strategy has paid off. The Justice Department has for months been haggling with lawmakers over requests for various materials on the Russia investigation and the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. But even as the president has raged about Rosenstein, and lawmakers have repeatedly escalated the confrontation with new subpoenas and threats, each seemingly ominous moment has passed without incident.
Everyone knows the importance of maintaining healthy teeth and gum. Without a good set of teeth, eating will be a problem. Even the tastiest of food will not be fully appreciated. Some city centre car parking spaces ‘will be lost’ to make way for new Bath Quays North development, admits councilCommuters have expressed their dismay, saying Avon Street car park is perfect for getting to work06:00, 14 DEC 2017Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe council has admitted some city centre public parking spaces will be lost as they forge ahead with plans to create a new commercial quarter on the Avon Street car park site.Plans for the Bath Quays North redevelopment include 200,000 sq ft of office space and a minimum of 70 new homes along with a basement car park.While the current car park caters for 639 cars the new basement car park will only have 320 spaces, with a proportion allocated as office and residents parking.Council cabinet member for development and neighbourhoods Cllr Bob Goodman explained that some of the lost spaces will be offset by alterations to the car park on Charlotte Street, but admitted that some city centre spaces will go.Cllr Goodman (Conservative, Combe Down) said: “There are plans to replace some of the car parking spaces that will be lost.City centre parking at Avon Street will be reduced by the new development”This will partly be within the development but we’re also looking for other opportunities.”The car park at Avon Street has 639 spaces. That’s 414 in the multi story car park and 225 on the flat surface.”After everything is finished there will be 320 spaces on the same site. We’re trying to make the development sustainable so some of those will be for the offices and some will be public.Bath Quays North to be city’s ‘biggest ever office development’ as masterplan is complete”Whether that’s all of the spaces is a different thing.
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