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Camp Zama Outdoor Recreation reopens in improved facility | Article

1 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Rick Bosch, center, director of Camp Zama’s Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, presents Kaoru Mogi, a maintenance employee, with an FMWR gold medal for his work on the new Outdoor Recreation facility at Camp Zama, Japan, April 29. Col. Thomas Matelski, left, commander of U.S. Army Garrison Japan, congratulates employees with Bosch. (Photo Credit: Winifred Brown) VIEW ORIGINAL
Col. Thomas Matelski, left, commander of U.S. Army Garrison Japan, and USAG Japan Command Sgt. Maj. Justin Turner tour the new Outdoor Recreation facility at Camp Zama, Japan, April 29. Hiro Huertas, right, Outdoor Recreation manager, briefs Matelski and Turner.
2 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. Thomas Matelski, left, commander of U.S. Army Garrison Japan, and USAG Japan Command Sgt. Maj. Justin Turner tour the new Outdoor Recreation
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Underground Tunnel to CAA Reopens With Century City Hotel

The tunnel will allow A-list talent private and direct access to Lumiere restaurant and Beverly Hills’ largest spa at Fairmont Century Plaza when the hotel opens later this year.

When the Fairmont Century Plaza opens this summer following a $2.5 billion redevelopment, there will be no shortage of focal points. Among them, a 14,000-square-foot spa, four dining options, a guest-exclusive private rooftop pool and bar, and 63 luxury residences.

But there’s another feature that’s sure to see a lot of traffic once Hollywood events are up and running and industry insiders are fully back in their offices — especially those

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BL Longform: Fremont Peak reopens to camping and recreation

A home to foxes, bumblebees, sparrow hawks and early California soldiers.

The native people called the mountain “the Place of the Two Skies.” The early Spanish called it Gavilan, from their word for “sparrow hawk.” It was renamed Fremont Peak after Captain John C. Frémont, who spent four days at the summit during a failed military expedition in 1846.

Today, people know the 3,169-foot summit in San Benito County as a tourist destination, a state park campground, an ideal location for stargazing, and a great spot for enjoying a breathtaking view of both San Benito and Monterey counties.

The

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Forestry Service reopens recreation in state forrests – The Brewton Standard

The USDA Forest Service announces the opening of the 2021 recreation season for Alabama’s four national forests – Bankhead, Conecuh, Talladega, and Tuskegee.

There’s a wide range of outdoor activities on public lands, and a new virtual tour guide named Eva Longleaf is available for download to help visitors get ready for the outdoors. Forest Service officials encourage visitors to download the free mobile app “Alabama Great Escapes” that features a virtual tour guide, Avenza maps, road and site closure alerts, and other information to plan trips.

The app introduces visitors to Eva Longleaf, a conversational tour guide providing recreation

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Peters Recreation Complex reopens some additional services for students, guests

The Peters Recreation Complex reopen some more areas as Riley County phases out some COVID-19 precautions. (Archive photo by Dalton Wainscott | Collegian Media Group)

The Peters Recreation Complex began this month to reopen some services previously closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Rec opened the north sand volleyball courts on March 10 and racquetball courts, squash courts and the games lounge on March 15. However, there is a two-person limit for each indoor court.

Masks are required and social distancing is strongly encouraged when possible.

Steve Martini, director of recreational services, and John Wondra, associate director of development

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Newport Beach City Hall Reopens For In-Person Permit And Planning Services, Outdoor Recreation Resumes On Feb. 8

With the state stay-at-home order lifted and COVID-19 cases decreasing, Newport Beach City Hall will resume some services to the public on Monday, February 8, with social distancing measures in place, including mandatory face coverings. Many outdoor recreation programs will start to resume next week.

Since January 11, applications for planning, building, public works or fire permits and plan checks have been handled through designated drop boxes outside City Hall. Beginning Monday, those services will be provided indoors.

The Cashier’s Office will also reopen for in-person transactions.

“Ski Week” camps will begin February 15, followed by a full array of

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