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The tree removal is part of a $15.7 million reclamation and resurfacing project set for this summer on Highway 34, but the roadwork could have been done without touching the trees, noted Jen Johnson of Detroit Lakes.

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Willis Mattison, one of the organizers, said that Wahl and other MnDOT officials had been invited to address the crowd, but there were no takers on Friday. A receptionist said nobody was available to speak.

Mattison said on Tuesday afternoon, local lawmakers including Republican Rep. Krista Knudsen, R-Lake Shore, Sen. Rob Kupec, DFL-Moorhead, Sen. Paul Utke, R-Park Rapids, and Rep. Jim Joy, R-Hawley, will meet via Zoom with Daubenberger, who was confirmed by the Senate on Feb. 6. Several members of the Save the Trees group, as well as the board president of the Minnesota Scenic Byways Commission, will be among those joining the meeting. Opponents are calling on Daubenberger to halt the ongoing logging, and change plans for deeper logging next winter.

The Nepean highway going south to Frankston circles the bay but stops at the Bass Strait. To the left is Geelong, 75 km south-west of Melbourne. The brightly-lit Point Henry is visible as a yellow triangle reaching out into Corio Bay.

You can achieve this by making a GET request to the API link and then using a library such as JSON.parse() to parse the response and extract the necessary data. After that, you can use a for loop to iterate over the 'images' array in the response and extract the 'src' key from each object in the array. Finally, you can construct a new object with the desired format and return it.

Edited: OpenCV library is supported for Ubuntu Server 18.04 DSVM. Once the image is loaded using cv2, Instead of cv2.imshow() use the inline script to show the image. I have validated this on the VM:

The sample you referenced was from 3 years ago, so it has little relevance to prove that it would work on the latest DSVM. As I stated (ok I had a slight typo but should still have been clear) I am already using the DSVM Ubuntu 18.04 image which was setup a few weeks ago. The sample code I provided DOES NOT WORK, however it SHOULD work.

Hi, OpenCV library is supported for Ubuntu Server 18.04 DSVM. Once the image is loaded using cv2, Instead of cv2.imshow() use the inline script to show the image. I have validated this on the VM:

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