How to spot a bear in the snow: how to tell if it’s in the area

The city of Portland, Maine, is getting ready to get its snowiest season yet.

On Wednesday, the city plans to add a new snow removal program to its existing snow-clearing program.

The program will begin on Jan. 31.

According to the city’s website, the new program will allow for the removal of a maximum of 1.8 inches of snow per day.

The city has had a heavy snowfall of more than 4 inches in recent weeks.

The new program is expected to save more than $30,000 per day, or about $3,500 per employee, the department said.

The city’s snow removal crews will be able to clear the streets of any snow that accumulates and leave no residue on the sidewalks, the Portland Police Bureau said in a news release.

The department will also be working with local contractors to provide additional snow removal.

This story will be updated throughout the day.

Lake Travis, Great Lakes flop on tourist spending

TEMPE, Ariz.

— Lake Travis is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, but with a $1.9 billion deficit in the current fiscal year, the resort could be losing money on average for the next 10 years.

The lake is among the nation’s most popular, attracting thousands of visitors a year.

But for the last few years, the Lake Trave Resort has been facing challenges on both its financial and human sides.

It has been the subject of several state investigations into its operations, with some of the findings showing problems with how its resorts staff is paid.

The resort’s revenue has been down over the past five years and revenue-wise it has lost money for each of the past two fiscal years.

The resort is one the largest in the world and its revenue has dropped from $7.3 billion in fiscal 2013 to $6.3 million in fiscal 2014, according to the Lake Tahoe-Sierra Nevada Corporation.

But it has seen a sharp increase in visitor spending in the past few years.

For example, the last three months of fiscal 2015 saw more than 1,300 visitors per day.

That’s up from less than 100 in the same period last year, according the resort’s financials.

“We are struggling to get the business back on track,” said Steve Pomeranz, the CEO of Lake Travises Resort, a resort in Taos, New Mexico.

“Our bottom line is we are underfunded, we are overbooked.

Our revenue is down.”

Pomeranz said that the resort has had to cut staff and take on debt to meet its obligations.

Pomerantz said that for the fiscal year ending June 30, the company would have to take on about $1 million in debt to keep up with the demand.

Pomerantz also pointed to a decline in the resort industry, with fewer people working in the industry and fewer businesses opening up.

“There’s been a decline of tourism in the last couple of years,” Pomeranes said.

The financial woes are not the only reason for the decline.

A recent survey found that more than 60% of people surveyed had never been to Lake Tahoes resort before.

That number is nearly double the overall rate for the state of Arizona, which has a population of about 8 million people. 

The economic woes are compounded by the closure of the resort on Lake Tahos.

The Lake Taho Resort has struggled financially, with the resort not making money on hotels, boats and other tourist activities. 

In addition, the resorts finances have been strained by the death of a number of employees, including a woman who drowned while working on Lake Traves property.

The business is not the first to have problems.

The lake has been plagued by the effects of a severe drought and the economic impact of a wildfire in 2012 that damaged property and left residents homeless.

Lake Tahoes had the largest wildfire in U.S. history, with more than 100 firefighters battling a blaze that destroyed about 20,000 acres.

The fires left thousands of people homeless and damaged thousands of homes.

It also caused an estimated $2 billion in damage.