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an industrial city and port in southwestern England near the mouth of the River Avon

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The hype began as far back as 1999, with a project launched by Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU), the city agency in charge of providing water, sewer, and electricity services to the 17,000 residents of Bristol, Virginia. That year, the utility proposed and the City Council approved a fiber-optic network to connect its eight electric substations and all city offices, including City Hall, public schools, libraries, and the police and fire departments.
Founded in 1911 as a small typewriter shop, Bristol Office Supply services the Bristol, Virginia; Asheville, North Carolina and Winston-Salem, North Carolina markets.
First Citizens 2 $196.6M 18.8 Carter Bank 8 $10.1M 1 First Citizens Post-Consummation 2 $206.7M 19.7 Johnson City--Bristol, Tennessee--Virginia--Carter, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington Counties, all in Tennessee; Scott County, Virginia; the towns of Church Hill, Kingsport, Mount Carmel, and Holston in H awkins County, Tennessee; the independent city of Bristol, Virginia; and the towns of Benhams, Green Valley, Burson Place, Wallace, Wyndale, and Scenic Park in Washington County, Virginia.
Pamela Davis Smith is the principal of Highland View Elementary, a Title I school in Bristol, Virginia.
Strongwell Corporation, manufacturer of pultrusion of fiber reinforced polymers (FRP) and headquartered in Bristol, Virginia, has announced that Dennis Martin has been hired as director, Virginia Manufacturing Operations, reporting to the president and CEO.
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas with manufacturing facilities in Bristol, Virginia, activTek Environmental was established upon a history of proven pioneering success in the air purification industry.
Alpha Natural Resources (NYSE: ANR), a supplier and exporter of metallurgical coal used in the steel-making process, and a supplier of thermal coal to electric utilities and manufacturing industries, has opened its new corporate headquarters facility in Bristol, Virginia.
Colombo and his wife Debra of Bristol, Virginia; a daughter, Joanne M.
Some local authorities have elected to be directly involved in building an FTTH network, such as UTOPIA (Utah) and Kutztown, Pennsylvania, while a great many others have delegated operation of the FTTH network to their power company, as is the case in the cities of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Bristol, Virginia, and Lafayette, Louisiana.
* 1315 Euclid Avenue, Bristol, Virginia: Shopping Center.