Lakewood


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Lake·wood

 (lāk′wo͝od′)
A township of east-central New Jersey east-southeast of Trenton. It was a popular winter resort in the early 1900s.

Lake•wood

(ˈleɪkˌwʊd)

n.
1. a city in central Colorado, near Denver. 134,999.
2. a city in SW California, near Los Angeles. 76,200.
3. a city in NE Ohio, on Lake Erie, near Cleveland. 58,340.
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Florida, Adirondacks, Lakewood, Hot Springs, New York, and round again.
Replacing aging maintenance facilities at the Lakewood Forest Preserve in Wauconda with a new $2.
Over at Nueva Ecija, the Lakewood Golf Estates boasts of a neighborhood where you don't have to step out of your comfort zone to enjoy some downtime.
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com)-- The restaurant at the Holiday Inn Denver Lakewood will be sporting a new name as of April 26 - Innsider Bar & Grill.
TWENTY YEARS AGO, when a little-known developer announced that a mammoth master-planned community called Lakewood Ranch would rise from the vast, empty cow pastures of east Manatee and Sarasota counties, people in Sarasota scoffed.
Lakewood Capital said it has acquired Vacuum Systems International, Inc.
That's the kind of community services that I encourage the officers to assist with," Lakewood Police Chief Robert Lawson explained at the November 13 Ocean County Prosecutor's excellently-named Bagels, Lox and Cops event.
Lakewood Village is bouncing back nicely from the one-two blow of losing two of its major tenants.
21 November 2013 - US midstream oil and gas company Lakewood Midstream LLC and local private equity firm Energy Spectrum Capital said they had purchased oilfield services providers BS&W Solutions LLC, West OK Disposal LLC and West OK Trucking Inc for an undisclosed sum.
Lakewood, Colorado, which is located just due west of downtown Denver and has a population of nearly 140,000, plays a key role in reinforcing this fabric of community collaboration.
In December, Editor in Chief Matt Welch (who worked briefly for the city of Lakewood as a teenager) sat down with Waldie to discuss how Lakewood's approach to small government has helped it weather California's struggling economy and fiscal troubles.
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