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A spokesperson for South Tyneside Council confirmed that its school nursing service had been served notice and that it is working with the current provider to help 'develop the service'.
A statement released said: "Businessman Balu Chainrai, the owner of Portsmouth Football Club, has today served notice that the club will go into administration unless new owners can be found by Friday.
They have served notices to quit without telling people what they want to do there.
More than likely, Santana will return to Triple-A Salt Lake, but his dominant stuff served notice that he could be a factor again this year, be it through injury or trade of a current starter.
Leaders Aberystwyth served notice of their title bid with a 29-3 home win against promotion rivals Newcastle Emlyn.
The former Newcastle and Blackburn manager has served notice that he intends to seek compensation for his dismissal in the summer after a disastrous season alongside head coach John Barnes.
A total of 66 employees will be served notice of termination of employment, of which 10 are administrative and management personnel and 56 are employed in production.
In doing so, Valencia served notice across the 16-lane pool to Hart - which was swimming against Canyon - that it is a legitimate threat to challenge for the league championship.
Consistent with the early-opener provision in the APA-AA Collective Bargaining Agreement, management served notice to APA on July 21 that it intended to commence negotiations.
served notice last fall that it could no longer afford to maintain the dump, which closed in 1984.
TSX VENTURE:SGC) has served notice to both Sub-Sahara Resources NL ("SSR") and Africa Wide Resources Limited ("AWR") of its intention to exercise its option to acquire their combined interests in the Asmara Joint Venture ("AJV") for shares of Sunridge so that Sunridge would own 100% of the Asmara Joint Venture project.
The Oak Park boys and girls, meanwhile, served notice of their intention to repeat as Div.