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The Club is accepting applications for grants which will be from $1,000 to $5,000 maximum depending upon availability of funds and the number of recipients chosen for a grant from the June Hall of Fame event.
Once the maximum is reached, more people can enter as others leave.
In the next few years, if values don’t rise organically, Superintendent Glenn Hambrick said, Carthage ISD will have to ask the community to vote to raise taxes again because the tax rate is far below the maximum allowed by state law.
The fines were issued before the new guidelines took effect; if the agency had issued a one-time fine, the maximum would have been less than $21,000.
At her sentencing, Seitz gave Abreu nine years in prison, one year shy of the maximum under the conspiracy law — punishment mainly driven by the millions that American Therapeutic stole from the Medicare program.
These shows generated maximum buzz, kept us refreshing our apps, broke boundaries, and made our future selves romanticize the golden years of podcasting.
Murillo said there will be no new approvals for the time being for non-agricultural cooperatives, while their maximum and minimum earnings will be limited to avoid the existence of de-facto private businesses.
Stroupe received the same sentence as Houston, the maximum the judge could administer, on Dec. 1.
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