The Plumbing Foundation City of New York is urging large commercial landlords and building management companies to take necessary precautions to safeguard tenants and the public from deadly microbes such as Legionella and other biofilm bacteria.
New Mexico’s desert climate and terrain set the stage for a unique bouquet of agricultural commodities. Produce, forestry products, free-range beef, nuts, hay and more all thrive in the seemingly endless sunshine.
Gretna, Nebraska, is considered by many as the state’s current boom town. Its proximity to Omaha, the state’s largest city and Lincoln, the state capitol, has given Gretna plenty of opportunity for growth and its rural surroundings have facilitated the expansion.
In analyzing the savage impact of COVID-19 and its disruption to America’s economy, and peoples’ lives in general, one can’t help making comparisons with previous health disasters and their unexpected shakeup on normality in the United States and abroad.