SHARE Email Facebook Twitter January 31, 2020 Government That Works, Press Release Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of new funding to clean up former industrial sites in Blair and Erie counties to prepare them for occupation by businesses and residential properties.“The benefits are two-fold – not only will harmful chemicals be removed from these properties, but the elimination of blight will attract aspiring renters, homeowners, and business owners for many years to come,” said Gov. Wolf.Funded through the commonwealth’s Industrial Sites Reuse Program (ISRP), the two approved projects are as follows:Altoona-Blair County Development Corporation was approved for a $10,200 grant for an environmental assessment of the former Silk Mill Industrial Complex located in Blair County. In 2018, ISRP funds were used for environmental remediation costs. This funding will be used for an assessment to include soil borings, soil sampling, installation of monitoring wells, hazardous material survey, aquifer slug testing, sub-slab vapor sampling, indoor air and ambient air sampling and the development of a remediation plan. Once the site has been remediated, it will allow for development of approximately 100,000-170,000 square feet to support the construction of 42 residential apartments and 19,000 square feet of office/rental space. The project will also complement the redevelopment of the former Bon Secours Hospital Complex that is currently underway.Albion Borough, Erie County was approved for a $63,810 grant for site characterization of an old gas station. ISRP funds will be used for a geophysical and professional survey, soil borings and monitoring wells, well development, groundwater and soil gas sampling, aquifer testing, fate and transport analysis, human health risk assessment, remedial investigation reports, and the development of a cleanup plan. The borough has a prospective buyer who plans to use the property for warehousing and minor parts assembly.“This new funding will bring new opportunities to Blair and Erie counties and will ensure that these sites become safe and valuable properties that improve their communities and bring new appeal to formerly underutilized or unused areas,” said Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin.ISRP provides loans and grants for environmental assessments and remediation. The program is designed to foster the cleanup of environmental contamination at industrial sites, thereby bringing blighted land into productive reuse.“Revitalizing former industrial sites provides tremendous benefits for communities, but important testing and remediation must take place to ensure that the sites are environmentally safe,” said Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Patrick McDonnell. “These funds will allow for this important work to take place so that the sites are ready for redevelopment.”For more information about the Industrial Sites Reuse Program or the DCED, visit the DCED website, and be sure to stay up-to-date with all of our agency news on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. New State Funding Helps Return Two Former Industrial Sites to Productive Use
The Church Investors Group (CIG), representing church organisations with combined assets of around £17bn (€19bn), has told FTSE 350 companies that it will take a harder line at annual general meetings where it considers change in three key areas to be too slow. It will also encourage other shareholders to refuse to re-elect directors where a company is out of line with best practice.In terms of executive pay, the CIG – which includes the main investing bodies of the Church of England and the Methodist Church – will consider fairness in the workplace, and withhold support for remuneration reports where chief executive pensions are deemed excessive.It will also withdraw support against a remuneration report where pay ratios are not disclosed, or where financial services or pharmaceutical companies do not pay the living wage. In promoting gender diversity, CIG members will now vote against the re-election of nomination committee chairs where fewer than 33% of board directors are women, and it will vote against all directors on the nomination committee if woman make up less than 25% of the board.The third key area is climate change. CIG members will now vote against the re-election of the company chair when a company is considered to be making little progress on transitioning to a low carbon world.Companies will be measured against their scores from the Transition Pathway Initiative, a tool designed to help asset owners better understand and address their exposure to risks and opportunities stemming from climate change.Carlota Garcia-Manas, deputy head of engagement for the Church Commissioners and Church of England Pensions Board, said: “We continue to see climate change as a key issue and encourage other investors to partner with us in ensuring we hold companies accountable to the highest standards and adapting their activities to fit with the Paris Agreement.”The full CIG voting policy is here.Meanwhile, Wellcome Trust – the UK’s largest charity, with assets of £23.2bn at the end of September 2017 – has revealed an above average gender pay gap.The gender gap in its median pay was 20.8% as at April last year. The UK gender gap average is 18%.Wellcome said the gap existed mainly because of the disproportionate balance of men and women at different levels within the organisation. Overall, around 64% of its employees are women, but most of the highest-paid senior roles are held by men.The charity said: “This year we will introduce fairer ways to support the recruitment, progression and retention of women at senior leadership levels. We will improve our diversity data so that we understand better where to target new initiatives, and provide staff training to mitigate bias.”All UK employers with more than 250 staff are required to publish gender pay gap data on the government website by April 2018.
Singapore has announced two new initiatives intended to strengthen the region’s standing as a global maritime hub. The initiatives are aimed at enhancing Singapore’s maritime insurance offering with the Singapore War Risks Insurance Conditions (SWRIC) and developing an interoperability framework for electronic trade documents for the maritime and trade industries.They were presented by Lam Pin Min, Senior Minister of State for Transport and Health, at the Singapore Shipping Association’s (SSA) Annual Lunar New Year Cocktail Reception held on January 22, 2019.Dr Lam Pin Min, Senior Minister of State for Transport and Health, unveiled two initiatives to strengthen Singapore’s standing as a leading global maritime hub at the Singapore Shipping Association’s Annual Lunar Cocktail Reception this evening.#MPA #maritimesg @ssa_office pic.twitter.com/2R3mr7WOa2— MPA Singapore (@MPA_Singapore) January 22, 2019As explained, the new SWRIC is an enhancement to the Singapore War Risks Mutual (SWRM), Singapore’s first national war risks insurance facility which was launched in 2015 as part of efforts to develop Singapore as a comprehensive marine insurance hub.Available to members of SSA irrespective of the flag of the ship, and non-members whose ships are registered in Singapore, the cover under SWRM rules includes Protection and Indemnity (P&I) war risks, hull war risks, detention and diversion expenses, sue and labor and discretionary insurance. In a short span of four years since its launch, the SWRM cover has exceeded expectations with close to 800 ships insured.SSA spearheaded a workgroup which prepared the SWRIC, a comprehensive set of insurance conditions which aims to raise the bar on existing war conditions in the marketplace today, by bridging coverage gaps as well as updating and simplifying the existing war conditions available in the market.The SWRIC are also the first insurance conditions to be written from a shipowner’s perspective, addressing important risks that are felt by the global shipping community, according to the association.Moreover, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is galvanizing the shipping community and other government agencies to develop inter-operability enablers to further digitalization efforts in the maritime sector and bring about benefits to the wider supply chain ecosystem.This is a step-up to the three-party memorandum of understanding (MOU) that MPA, SSA and Singapore Customs signed at the Sea Transport Industry Transformation Map launched in January 2018 to jointly look into the digitalization of trade and maritime documentation, such as Bills of Lading (BL), in the industry.Since the signing of the MOU in January 2018, the industry has seen progress with successful e-BL trials amongst consortiums led by two shipping lines – one by APL and the other by PIL and IBM. The trials simplify existing processes as well as leverage blockchain technology to bring various trading parties together to support information sharing and transparency, SSA said.To facilitate interoperability of the solutions developed by the various consortiums, the members are to include a new MOU partner, Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA), to develop a new interoperability framework.Working together with IMDA, the industry can expect to see different digital ecosystems interoperate with an efficient exchange of electronic trade documents. The work will entail the development of a set of governance and legal frameworks, technical standards and interoperable digital enablers.“The close partnership between the Government, the industry and SSA is a unique competitive advantage for Singapore. We must continue to strengthen this partnership. This will enable Maritime Singapore to stay relevant and competitive,” SMS Lam commented.
Diego Costa has been ruled out of Spain’s upcoming matches against Ukraine and Holland with a hamstring injury. “The striker has suffered a level 1 hamstring tear on the biceps femoris of the left thigh, which was previously already noted by the medical services of his club.” The statement continued: “Diego Costa will return to Chelsea FC where he will undergo the corresponding medical treatment.” The 26-year-old scored his 20th goal of the season with a wonderful curling effort to put the Blues 2-0 up on Sunday, but he hobbled off before Loic Remy came off the bench to secure the win for Jose Mourinho’s side. The Chelsea boss said afterwards that extra care has to be taken with his star striker when it comes to his hamstring. “When a striker is playing, the team needs a goal to win the game and with 15 minutes to go the striker, a guy with a lot of experience of hamstring injuries, says ‘it is over for me’, then it is over for him,” Mourinho said. “He has this problem. He tried to play the Champions League final for Atletico (Madrid, last season) and was injured again and again and again. He has this fragility. “We know his hamstring is not a strong one. He works hard through the week to compensate the weakness he has there but the injury can come.” Vincente del Bosque’s side face Ukraine on Friday in European Championship qualifying group C, where they currently sit second three points behind leaders Slovakia before taking on Holland in a friendly next Tuesday. The Chelsea striker was substituted with 15 minutes remaining during Sunday’s 3-2 win at Hull and Spain on Tuesday announced that he would return to the Premier League club for treatment during the international break. A statement on Spain’s official website read: “Diego Costa, left the premises of the Spanish Football Federation this morning after undergoing several tests with the medical services of the RFEF. Press Association
American rapper, William Leonard Roberts II, known professionally as Rick Ross, joined protesters in Miramar, Florida to lend his voice to the protests surrounding the death of George Floyd while he was in police custody. The BLM protest in Florida this weekend became also attracted the man who also lost a son to racial violence, Tracy Martin, Trayvon’s dad.Tracy Martin father of the late Trayvon Martin attended a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Miramar, where a group of people including Rick Ross gathered to protest the killing of George Floyd.Tracy reminded the crowd how long it was since his own son was killed by George Zimmerman. It has been more than 8 years.He also talked about the fact that black people need a “manuscript” to follow if they want to leave their homes and survive police brutality.Kendrick Lamar is making his return as protests for George Floyd and against police brutality continue across the country. On Sunday, Lamar joined DeMar DeRozan and Russell Westbrook in the Compton Peace Walk from Gateway Towne Center in Los Angeles to Compton City Hall. The “To Pimp A Butterfly” rapper is said to have blended in with the crowd and made sure that his appearance didn’t take away from the moment. Lamar’s appearance at his hometown protest joins a list of several Hip Hop stars who have taken to the streets to let their voices be heard including Rick Ross, who joined protesters in Miramar, Florida on Saturday and J. Cole who was joined by Dennis Smith Junior in their hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina.Demonstrators in Riviera Beach came together Sunday for a vigil honoring the men and women they say have fallen victim to police brutality, including George Floyd.“I think it’s important that we come together and speak up,” said Maria Cole, demonstrator. “This has been going on for far too long and it’s not just about police brutality and police violence and people dying.”Demonstrators started at the Riviera Beach City Hall and before marching across the Blue Heron Boulevard bridge to Singer Island, held a moment of silence in honor of Floyd for eight minutes and 46 seconds.“I think the only way that we can be better is if we commit to doing better and I think we can only do better when we have tough conversations and it looks like everybody’s ready to have that tough conversation,” says Ladi March-Goldwire, organizer. Blueface is facing backlash after making a joke about the death of George Floyd and other acts of police brutality. On Friday, the “Thotiana” rapper was out shopping for furniture for his new place when he was shocked at the price of some of the items and asked for a “George Floyd discount.”https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Blueface_Thotianna_1.mp3Many took to Twitter to denounce the rapper’s “joke” and didn’t hesitate to light into him for trying to make light of a situation that has resulted in protesters being shot with rubber bullets, being teargassed and more while demonstrating for police reform. Blueface has not responded to his latest criticism.“Do The Right Thing” director Spike Lee jumped on his bicycle and joined a George Floyd protest in Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon. The 63-year-old told his fellow demonstrators that he was there to represent his neighborhood. The Oscar-winning filmmaker, who was wearing a New York Knicks bike helmet slowed down to speak with some protesters who recognized him.
Syracuse (10-4, 1-0 Atlantic Coast) continues conference play on Wednesday in the Carrier Dome against Clemson (10-4, 0-1). The Orange closed out the nonconference portion of the schedule with wins over Arkansas State and St. Bonaventure before topping Notre Dame in South Bend on Jan. 5. The Tigers started their conference slate falling to No. 1 Duke, while SU looks to build momentum in winnable games. Here’s what our beat writers think will happen Wednesday night. Billy Heyen (12-2)Too much orangeSyracuse 72, Clemson 67The one concern for Syracuse should be that the two Clemson players who scored in double figures last year in the Dome, Marcquise Reed and Elijah Thomas, are both back to try to do it again. But the Orange showed at Notre Dame that they can overcome two effective opposing players with defensive adjustments and their own shot-making. Expect that to continue against an aggressive Tigers’ man-to-man defense to send the Orange crowd home happy on Wednesday night.Charlie DiSturco (11-3)Paper TigerSyracuse 68, Clemson 62AdvertisementThis is placeholder textA strong performance on the road against Notre Dame showed just how good this Syracuse offense can be. The Orange have an opportunity to keep the ball rolling against Clemson on Wednesday, part of a two-game home stretch before traveling to Duke. Clemson is one of the worst teams at guarding the 3 ball, allowing opponents to shoot 37.6 percent from deep, or 308th in the country, per Kenpom.com. Clemson also doesn’t have a win against a team inside Kenpom’s top-60 teams. Expect Elijah Hughes and the rest of the Syracuse offense to keep the momentum going while the Tigers drop its second-straight game to open ACC play.Matthew Gutierrez (10-4)Two football schools!Syracuse 70, Clemson 64I think we’re on the cusp of a Syracuse breakthrough, one where they become at least remotely as potent as we expected they’d be this season. Beating Clemson on Wednesday and Georgia Tech on Saturday is a must if SU is going to make the NCAA Tournament. A win over the Tigers should put the Orange on track to begin ACC play 5-1 — the one loss being at No. 1 Duke — and in strong position to gain momentum for the final two-thirds of league play. Syracuse gets it done on the hardwood against another football school. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 7, 2019 at 10:12 pm
St. Kitts and Nevis track and field stalwart, Kim Collins, has announced his retirement from the sport. Collins, 41, ended his run by pulling out of the 60-metre semi-finals at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, England. The former World 100-metre champion, had, in the morning, finished third in his heat, clocking 6.77 seconds behind eventual World Indoor Champion, the United States’ Christian Coleman, 6.71, and Sweden’s Odain Rose, 6.75. Though the time allowed him into the semis as an automatic qualifier, Collins was a no-show in heat two, where he would have challenged Coleman, 6.45, again. Collins ended his career having notched a gold and four bronze medals at the World Championships, two World Indoor silver medals but may have rued missing an Olympic accolade to go with his long list of achievements.
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The vendor was employed by Rocket Man, a Kentucky-based subcontractor that places vendors in stadiums. They are easily recognized by their lime green shirts. Rocket Man issued a statement regarding the incident:”As the chosen provider of walking vendors across dozens of stadiums, we take the matter of security extremely seriously, and train and monitor our vendors to safeguard our customers. Our onsite supervisor contacted the authorities immediately upon learning of the overcharge on what was Mr. Collier’s unauthorized personal device. The credit card company issued a full refund and the guest incurred no loss. The suspect’s employment has been terminated. As this is an open legal action, we cannot offer further comment.”To make matters worse, the Chargers beat the Dolphins 30-10 to bring Miami to 0-4 on the season. WEEK 5 PICKS: Straight up | Against the spreadMiami-Dade police said Collier used a Square card reader to scam the unsuspecting fan and faces charges of grand theft and using a skimming device. Luckily, the Dolphins fan received a notification from his bank, alerting him of the outrageous ;charge to his credit card, which included the vendor’s name. Attending NFL games can be expensive; from the tickets, food and drinks, fans should expect to drop a pretty penny to take in a game.But one vendor at Hard Rock Stadium for Sunday’s Chargers-Dolphins game took it to an extreme by charging a criminal amount for beer — literally. According to the Miami Herald, 33-year-old Nathaniel Collier was arrested for charging one fan $724 for two beers. While there isn’t a set beer price at the stadium, they typically range from $5-$15 at Dolphins home games.
Game #2 – Augusta 3 Wellington 2Wellington 100 010 0 â€” 2 2 1Augusta 200 100 0 â€” 3 6 3WP – Hisler. LP – Gilmore.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Augusta beats Wellington softball teamThe Crusader girls fell to 2-6, losing the first game 11-2 and the second 17-7 in a five-inning run rule game.Wellington led in the first inning of the first game after Carlie McComb reached base on a walk and a Jaden Dry RBI single. The Lady Dukes maintained a 1-0 lead until the bottom of the third when Augusta hit two home runs in two innings and would suddenly lead 8-1.The Crusaders could not recover. Augusta had 13 hits in the game and never struck out. There were four walks.In game two, Wellington roared out to a 4-0 lead with McKenna Oathout, Rylee Buck, Peyton Adams and Siarah Walker all scoring in the top of the first.Augusta narrowed the margin to one in the bottom half of the first. Wellington then added two runs in the second to make it 6-3.But the bottom of the third again proved to be disastrous for the Crusaders. Augusta scored 10 runs to take a 16-5 and would finish the game two innings later on a run rule.Augusta had 16 hits for the game. Wellington did not help itself in game two with five errors, after playing errorless ball in game one. The Orioles had two more home runs. They only struck out one time during the two games.Wellington travels to Andale Monday. First pitch is at 4:30 p.m.Game #1 â€” Augusta 11 Wellington 2Wellington 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 â€” 2 2 0Augusta 0 0 4 4 0 3 0 â€” 11 13 2WP â€” HayesLP â€”Â Dry 6IP 13H 11R 10ER 4BB 0KMcComb. 1/2 1R 1BB 1SBOathout. 0/2 1R 1SACBuck. 0/2 1RBI 1SACDry 1/3 1RBIM Adams Â 0/3P Adams. 0/3Hamel 0/3E Goodrum 0/2 1BBMullen 0/2Game #2 â€” Augusta 17 Wellington 7Wellington 4 2 1 0 0 7 8 5Augusta 3 2 10 1 1 17 16 1WP BeckerLP P Adams 2.1IP 10H 11R 7ER 1BB 0KE Goodrum 2IP 6H 6R 1ER 1BB 0K McComb. 1/2 2RBI 2BBOathout. 0/2 2R 1BBBuck. 3/3 1R DblZimmerman. 0/2P Adams. 2/2 2R 1RBI DblS Walker 1/2 1R 2RBIG Defore 0/1A Goodrum 1/2 1 RBI 1BB DblM Adams. 0/3 1Râ€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Wellington tennis team places sixthWellingtonâ€™s boys tennis team played in its third tournament of the season. Although it finished sixth out of 10, Wellington had some quality individual wins.The overall results are as follows: No. 1 Singles– Tyler Pettegrew finished sixth, losing to C. Martin of Hesston 8-2 in the first round. After he went to the consolation bracket, he beat L. Lloyd of Wichita Independent 8-3, before losing his final match to R. Strunk of Valley Center.No. 2 Singles– Brock Edwards finished fifth. He lost to PJ Delaney of Valley Center in the first round. After he went to consolation bracket, he beat E. Mitchell of Wichita Independent 8-4 and CJ Schaeffer of Andover 8-3.No. 1 Doubles– Dutch Brownlee and Avery Chaney finished sixth, losing to J. Maddox and Nagireddy of Wichita Independent 8-0.Â They went to consolation bracket where they beat Hammar and Bayles of Andover 8-7 (7-5), before losing their final match to Berschauer & Jones of Valley Center 8-2.No. 2 Doubles – Jon Ryberg and Will Long finished fourth, winning their first round by beating Geidel and Anaya of Hesston 8-6 – in the upset of the day. Hesston was seeded No. 3, Wellington No. 7.Â They then lost to Haley & Herbst of Valley Center 8-3 before losing their final match to Cunning and Whiteside of Andover Central 8-0.Wellington Head Coach Allen Kellerâ€™s comments:Tyler and Brockâ€™s wins over the Wichita Independent players and Brockâ€™s win over Andover were quality wins and shows what they both are capable of.After taking tough losses in the first round, they both settled in and played some very fine tennis. Wellington doesnâ€™t beat anyone from Independent very often and to take two wins in one day was special.Likewise, after a bruising loss to the 2013 3A State Doubles Champs in the first round, Dutch and Avery collected themselves and beat a very good Andover team in the consolation round in a very close match.Â Both players executed key shot making ability at crucial times during pressure situations in that match to secure the win.It was good to see the concentration and focus it takes to make that happen.Â The surprise of the day was Jon Ryberg and Will Long playing the caliber of tennis they did.Â Together for the first time, they played remarkably well in their quality win over Hesston.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Wellington Middle Schoolers splitÂ The WMS boys’ tennis team traveled to Winfield on Tuesday, April 8 and split with the host 9-9. Â Winners include: Singles – Grey Hatfield, Braden Buresh, Jared Oathout, Logan Jones, Ian Groom, Avery Rademacher and Ty Wilson. Â Doubles – Rademacher/Wilson and Jones/Groom.Also, WMS tennis participated in the Ark City Invitational yesterday. Â Grey Hatfield placed second in No. 2 singles and Cade Phelps and Jaden Adams placed third in No. 1 doubles.The team will travel to El Dorado on Monday.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Schedule for the next five days:â€¢Wellington baseball/softball teams travel to Andale.â€¢Some Wellington track athletes are at Wichita State University.â€¢Wellington golfers are headed to the Terradyne Golf Club hosted by Andover Central at 3 p.m. on Monday.â€¢Wellington boys tennis team is at Wichita Collegiate at 3 p.m.Follow us on Twitter. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Wellington varsity baseball teams split and the Wellington girls softball team swept at Augustaâ€¦ Wellington boys tennis team played in Augustaâ€¦ Schedule for the rest of weekend and Mondayâ€¦â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Wellington boys play exciting gamesThe Crusader baseball team split with Augusta in two exciting ballgames. Augusta won the first game while Wellington took the second in double-header action. The Crusaders are 6-2 for the year.In game one, Wellington won 2-1 which was also the hitting stats in this defensive thriller.Trevor Nance threw all seven inning for the Dukes allowing just one hit and four walks. He struck out 10 Oriole batters holding the team to a 1.00 ERA.Â Wellington didnâ€™t do a lot at the plate either, but enough to secure the win. Sophomores Wesley Gilmore and Connor Phelps each had a hit for the game and scored runs thereafter. Wellington struck out three times.The Crusaders opened up a 2-0 lead in the top of the third and held tough the rest of the way. Augustaâ€™s lone score was a run in the bottom of the sixth.In game two, Wellington and Augusta both got off to quick starts. Wellington scored in the first inning when Jaden Hines brought Austin Dunn home in the top of the first.Augusta would score two runs in the bottom of the first to lead 2-1. In the fourth inning, the Orioles expanded the lead to 3-1. Wellington narrowed the margin to one in the top of the fifth when Houston Sober reached base and came home on an Andrew Horn hit.The Orioles had six hits to Wellingtonâ€™s two. Wesley Gilmore was the losing pitcher for Wellington in six innings pitched with a 2.33 ERA. He allowed three runs, three walks while striking out three. Adam Condit closed out the game.Wellington travels to Andale/Garden Plain on Monday, April 14. Opening pitch is at 4 p.m. Game #1 – Wellington 2 Augusta 1Wellington 002 000 0 â€” 2 2 1Augusta 000 001 0 â€” 1 1 4 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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