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Madrid studies what to do with the money of the 61,000 subscribers

first_imgThe clublogically it is aware of this concern of its subscribers and has several options to deal with the problem. One would be directly refund the money in a bank transfer, applying the aliquot to those six partys, which represent a third of the total subscription. Those meetings are against Eibar, Valencia, Mallorca, Getafe, Alavés and Villarreal. The another option would be talking to interested subscribers in renovate your subscription for the 2020-21 season and lower you in the total fee the equivalent to those six encounters. A compensation logical and inevitable and even more so if add number from matches of the next course They will not be able to enjoy the face factor either.In any case, the Madrid waits cautiously before making a decision since, for now, not even it is fully guaranteed that the competition to be resumed, although everything indicates that LaLiga will be concluded during the June and July. Since it would be played behind closed doors, AS has already reported that these six pending matches will almost certainly be played in the Say Stéfano from Valdebebas and not at the Bernabéu. But that will not comfort the subscribers much, that in any of the two scenarios they should settle for watch it from home. The coronavirus leaves no other option. Within the Real Madrid continue studying, thanks to the possibility of teleworking (the offices of Valdebebas and the Bernabéu are empty, except for the security guards), tall open fronts for the entity by fault of the burdensome break of the competitions. Another of the collateral damages of COVID-19 refers to the situation of the 61,000 subscribers (for LaLiga) and euro-subscribers (also entitled to Champions League matches, the most expensive being 2,622 euros and the cheapest being 552). Those of LaLiga, which include 19 games of the Championship, go since 2,024 euros from the West Lateral Tribune (the one that faces Paseo de La Castellana), to 1,274 from the First East Amphitheater (the one that faces Padre Damián street), or the funds, where the most expensive is the Tribune (1,092) or the payment of the 4th Amphitheater of said funds, resulting in both the cheapest with 414 euros for the entire league course.Well, since six games left League to play and that will surely be played behind closed doors by decision Health (The Government has already reported that until 2021 will not be allowed large concentrations of people in sporting events), Madridista subscribers wonder what will happen with those matches that have already been paid in the annual fee since last summer. And what will happen to those compost matchesor of the next course, that they will not be able to see them in the stadium until the green light is given to the return of the public to the stands?last_img read more

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$1.9B Diamond water treatment plant 70% complete

first_imgExecutive members of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) on Friday paid a site visit to the largest water treatment plant in Guyana, located at Diamond on the East Bank of Demerara.IDB representatives taking a tour of the Diamond water treatment plantThe plant, which is about 70 per cent completed, will cost $1.9 billion. The project, however, which received funding from IDB in excess of US$31,600,000 is to construct three plants in three regions, including Regions Four (Demerara-Mahaica), Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) and Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara).The plants in the other regions are also nearing completion, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI), Dr Richard Van-West Charles told Guyana Times in an interview.The projects were initially to be completed by October 2019 but were given an extended deadline to December 2020. Construction began in December 2017, the CEO noted.The massive plant is being constructed by the Chinese firm, Sino Hydro, and it was initially designed to be able to make use of both ground and surface water but eventually was constructed to treat groundwater only due to the costs attached.According to Dr Charles, “As we have experienced from Shelter-Belt, Georgetown, Bartica and Linden, we have to import chemicals to treat surface water. There are some issues with cost plus there are also some issues with shipping and the reliability of the shipping to have the supplies in on a timely basis”.In addition, he noted that an analysis was also conducted which found that over $20 million will be saved per annum with the groundwater option.Once completed, the plant will benefit more than 20,000 residents in the area.The plot of land which was mainly vegetation was transformed by first clearing the land and sand filling the area before works began. It is now able to treat iron contaminated water.Facilities are now in place for aeration to take place. This is one way of treating water with large iron content. Iron is the element in water which causes bathrooms and washroom sinks to turn orange.The huge tanks, built to facilitate aeration, will allow for the iron to oxidise which transforms it into a solid particle which then allows it to be removed.The tanks are also built to facilitate settle which, as the name suggests, allows for the iron to settle, which is then filtered to remove remaining iron content.Communities Minister, Ronald Bulkan, who attended the activity on Friday, said this project is in keeping with the Government’s goals.The project was initiated under the People’s Progressive Party (PPP).last_img read more

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Hudson’s Hope Annual Poker Ride this Weekend

first_imgThe Hudson’s Hope 15th Annual Poker Ride and Gymkhana will take place this weekend at the Hudson’s Hope Rodeo Grounds. The Poker Ride will begin Saturday with registration at 10 am and the Gymkhana will be taking place on Sunday, with signup from 9 to 10 am.The organizers encourage the entire family to come out and enjoy the weekend. If you’d like more info, you can call 250-783-5206.- Advertisement –last_img

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Letterkenny man who stole from employer is jailed for 21 months

first_imgA Letterkenny man who was caught stealing from his employer has been jailed for 21 months.Alan Moore, of Lurgybrack, had pleaded not guilty to ten counts of taking cash from Castle Interiors in the Courtyard Shopping Centre. However, after a five day trial, the 56-year-old was found guilty of the charges and was released on bail to be sentenced yesterday at Letterkenny Circuit Court.Judge John Aylmer said the systematic nature of the thefts could not be ignored.He also pointed to the fact that Moore had tried to claim he was targeted by his employer to stop him paying a redundancy payment as the shop was closing which he said was not the case.He added that Moore had frustrated the investigation by giving false explanations when various charges were put to him during interview.Judge Aylmer said he placed the offences in the mid-range and that each charge merited a prison sentence of two years.However, because Moore had no previous convictions and had previously enjoyed a long history of employment and had a low risk of reoffending, he reduced the sentence to one of 21 months with all to run concurrently.The trial has heard that Moore’s company installed a specialist CCTV system to catch a suspected thief after their accountant noticed their business was not performing as well as it should be.Castle Interiors, a painting and decorating supply company had noticed their books were not tallying over a period of time.They installed a new surveillance camera system and observed one employee who was caught red-handed dipping in and out of the till.The court heard how the owner of the shop, Rossa McCosker, had been informed by his accountant that there had been an unexplained shrinkage in stock.The accountant also said the shop was not performing as it should be.Employee Alan Moore, aged 54, had been reprimanded on a number of occasions for leaving the till open.An older surveillance system which had to be played back by staff was then replaced but Moore had not been told of this.When the new ‘live’ surveillance system was put in place, a member of staff in the company’s Ballyshannon office monitored the activity in the shop.Between 22nd November, 2013 and December 2nd, 2013, the employee made a contemporaneous note of everything that happened in the shop while watching the live CCTV stream.She had noted when to ring in some items into the till put money in or took money out.The jury was shown footage of ten specific incidents when More took cash out of the till and put it into his pockets.The court was told that a total of €794 had not been rung into the till and that €780 in cash had been taken from the till.Because the items were not being rung into the till there was no excess of cash in the till to be lodged at the bank.When approached about the incidents Moore became very angry and later claimed that Mr McCosker had wanted to close the shop and did not want to pay out redundancy money.She was strongly denied and the court was reminded that the Government paid 60% of redundancy payouts in any case.Detective Garda Paul Lynch gave evidence of interviewing Moore after he was arrested.He admitted that he had operated a haphazard system for operating the till for a number of years but this had been tolerated by management.In his victim impact statement, owner Mr McCosker said he operated a number of businesses and after this, he had found it difficult to trust employees.“I am less able to trust individuals and am watchful and needy and I feel more vulnerable to fraud,” he said.The court was told that Moore was now a 56-year-old married man with two sons and had no issues with drugs, drink or gambling.Letterkenny man who stole from employer is jailed for 21 months was last modified: May 13th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Alan MooreCstle INteriorsjailedletterkennytheftlast_img read more

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THE ROAD TO ESTONIA RISES TO MEET POWERLIFTER MICK!

first_imgBallybofey man Mick Coleman is representing Ireland in the World Powerlifting Championships. He has been writing for Donegaldaily.com. Here is his last blog before he heads off to Estonia to do us all proud. Best of luck Mick!“As I head off for Estonia this week the only thing that is left to do is thank all the people that made this possible. First off all I am grateful to the management staff and of course the members from Énergie fitness Letterkenny. Not only do I work there, and have the support from all the team. The management very kindly paid for my hotel and expenses their generosity and kindness is endless.The national Irish bank; Foryte Lynne house, who paid for my flight.And to my friends at Irontec; Huge thanks for my bench shirt.Luck will pay a huge part on Saturday firstly for me making the weight category, picking the right weight and lastly but most importantly, to find my way from the airport!!! “In order to fulfil a dream, no matter how small, you need three things. The dream, the direction and the opportunity, without my great sponsors, Family and friends my dream would never have being possible. I thank you all.”BUILT IN ENERGIE LETTERKENNY POWERED BY NATIONAL IRISH BANK FOLLOW ME ON DONEGALDAILY.COMTHE ROAD TO ESTONIA RISES TO MEET POWERLIFTER MICK! was last modified: September 14th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:mick colemanpowerliftinglast_img read more

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PICTURE SPECIAL: LORETO LETTERKENNY GIRLS RECOGNISED FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

first_imgSecond year students being recognised for their academic achievementsLORETO Secondary School in Letterkenny has recognised pupils from all years for their academic achievement.Sixth year students being recognised for their academic achievementsStudents being recognised for their academic achievements in the Junior Certificate 2013 Third year students being recognised for their academic achievements     PICTURE SPECIAL: LORETO LETTERKENNY GIRLS RECOGNISED FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT was last modified: March 13th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Academic AchievementletterkennyLoreto Secondary Schoollast_img read more

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DONEGAL HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER THE IRISH FILM INDUSTRY – ACTOR SEAN McGINLEY

first_imgSean McGinley turns the camera on the stunning location of Glenveagh Castle.Actor Sean McGinley has showcased his native Donegal as the perfect location for filmmakers to shoot future blockbusters.McGinley, the star of such hit movies as Braveheart and Gangs of New York, spoke as he launched the Donegal Film Office’s website at the stunningly scenic location of Glenveagh Castle.McGinley was born in Pettigo but grew up in Ballyshannon. Naoise Barry, Irish Film Board, Aideen Doherty, Donegal Film Office and Sean McGinley at the launch of the Donegal Film Office at Glenveagh National Park.He said “This website is a wonderful representation of what makes Donegal great, the landscape, the history but most of all the people”.Aideen Doherty, Manager of the Donegal Film Office said the website has been developed to profile and market the county to the film and media sector.“The website contains images of a range of locations throughout the county including beaches, lakes, historical monuments, mountains, castles and homes and so on.“The website is targeted at film and media companies and will hopefully become the first ‘go to’ site for location managers interested in finding information on Donegal.” Naoise Barry, of the Irish Film Board, said the Irish film industry has grown hugely over the last decade and is going from strength to strength.“The recent improvements to Irelands tax incentive Section 481 for film and television production has dramatically improved Ireland’s competitive position as a film location”.He added “I am delighted that Donegal Film Office is launching a new website that will showcase the wonderful offering that is Donegal. We have been working closely with the Donegal Film Office for a number of years and have been successful in attracting films such as Grabbers, Shine of Rainbows, Dead Long Enough and Wakewood and this new website will be an additional resource for ourselves and the Donegal Film Office to continue to promote Donegal as a great film location in Ireland”.DONEGAL HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER THE IRISH FILM INDUSTRY – ACTOR SEAN McGINLEY was last modified: January 18th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ACTORDonegal Film OfficelocationSean McGinleyWEBSITElast_img read more

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An exciting time for Red Bluff FFA

first_imgThe 96th annual Tehama County Fair took place the third week in September. Some people may think it’s all about the carnival rides and games, but for the Red Bluff FFA kids it’s all about their agricultural project animals and displaying all the hard work they had put into them.The Red Bluff FFA Chapter took nearly one hundred projects to the fairgrounds. Ranging from steers, hogs, lambs, chickens, rabbits and ag mechanic projects. All exhibitors had a very busy, but successful week.Thursday …last_img

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High tunnels bringing hope to urban Cleveland

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest In an area where trash and broken glass litter the sidewalks and graffiti-covered buildings are boarded up, it is hard to imagine a big, beautiful garden full of fresh produce. However, in inner city Cleveland, through the collaboration of the Ohio USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Ohio State University Extension, a push from Congresswoman Marcia Fudge, partnerships between the City of Cleveland and multiple organizations, this has been made possible.The Cleveland High Tunnel Initiative was started as a pilot project by NRCS in 2012 to provide an opportunity for Cleveland residents and organizations to receive funding for high tunnels over gardens. High tunnels trap heat under a polyethylene cover allowing plants to grow longer, in some cases year round. Traditionally, these structures are hoop shaped, but in Cleveland they use gothic style architecture with pointed ceilings to prevent damage from the heavy snowfall that plagues the area every winter.There are approximately 28,000 empty lots within the Cleveland City limits. In many of these areas there are no grocery stores and no places to buy fresh food. According to the USDA, 25% of Cuyahoga County residents live in “food deserts,” defined as low-income neighborhoods a mile or more from grocery stores. In Cleveland, half of the population lives in a food desert, with the closest sources of food being fast-food restaurants and convenience stores.It took some time to get this Initiative started, according to Terry Cosby, the State Conservationist for NRCS in Ohio. Cosby said that the hardest part of starting the Initiative was reviewing the many rules and regulations of both the City of Cleveland and the Farm Bill. At the end of the 2015 Federal fiscal year, the Initiative had been used to build 47 high tunnels, with 35 scheduled to be built and 13 high tunnel contracts pending completion. The goal is to have 100 high tunnels erected by the end of fiscal year 2016, which is very possible as the Initiative has generated a lot of interest.“We didn’t know where the Initiative would go, but we have 50 to100 people wanting to do this every year,” Cosby said. “We’ve had up to 300 people at our workshops on high tunnels.”The Ohio NRCS hosted a Cleveland High Tunnel Initiative tour for other NRCS State Conservationists and staff from nine states in April. The tour began at the Ohio City Farm, operated by Refugee Response, a program that helps refugees from war-ridden countries such as Burma, Bhutan, the Congo, and Somalia, adjust to life in the United States.“This is an honorable place to grow and heal — it is a spiritual place that benefits them economically as well,” said Darren Hamm, executive director of the Refugee Response. “Eighty-five percent of the refugee population is highly skilled in agriculture. It was obvious to connect those activities with an urban land opportunity.”Ohio City Farm is the largest continuous urban farm in North America, stretching six acres. In addition to typical produce production, they also grow hops for local breweries, and practice new methods of micro-irrigation. In addition, the farm is working on a pollinator project and a cover crop project. They’re also practicing traditional horticultural methods such as the use of manure and organic compost to fertilize their crops. The refugees participate in an educational program that teaches food science, horticulture, business and agriculture. They sell directly to restaurants and have their own market stand.The high tunnels in Cleveland have helped communities and families grow stronger. Experienced gardener Avon Standard received the first high tunnel funded through the Initiative in 2012. Standard uses his high tunnel to grow fresh food for his family and to donate to his neighbors.“When I work, I work for my family and anyone around me. If they need something, I get it to them. I plant the seed, I watch it grow, and that’s what I like about the high tunnel,” Standard said.Jamal Rahkeera is another Cleveland High Tunnel Initiative participant. He uses his high tunnels to grow produce that he sells at his own market and to restaurants. At Rahkeera’s site, a tour participant noticed some tile sticking out of the ground in one of the high tunnels. Rahkeera explained that he contacted Case Western Reserve University for help maintaining higher soil temperatures in his high tunnels during the coldest months. The Engineering department took up this challenge, experimenting with a design based on a low cost, solar powered, sub-surface geothermal heating and cooling system, which they’re in the process of installing and testing.Rahkeera leases the land for his high tunnel from the City of Cleveland and explained that after proving that he’s caring for the land in a productive manner, he may be able to purchase the lot from the City for as little as $200. Rahkeera plans to create his own line of juices next, featuring his produce.“It’s a new adventure,” he said. “We want to be as productive as possible and utilize as much as space as we can in here. It’s a learning process.”Another tour stop included a new high tunnel build led by the United Youth Co-op, a business cooperative ran entirely by young men between the ages of 12 to 25. They founded the business on their own after learning how to build high tunnels by volunteering at prior builds. A representative for the cooperative said that the business has been a great way to teach the youth manual labor skills, responsibility, and business basics. When the boys were asked about their favorite part of building high tunnels they all unanimously agreed it was, “the end!”“I just like to see it come together, then you walk in and feel the extra heat and know you’re going to be planting something good inside,” said Geavonte Johnson, a member of the United Youth Co-op. “I love it.”Rashidah Abdulhaqq, an outreach coordinator for the Northeast Cleveland Federation of Southern Cooperative/Law Assistance Fund had nothing but positive remarks about the Cleveland High Tunnel Initiative.“There’s a lot of value in a project like this. The community comes together, it makes the community very interested in what is going on,” she said. “It teaches people that they can be self-sufficient as well, and teaches them the value of the land. People are better able to understand conservation practices for the land.”Lynette Harmon, Cuyahoga County District Conservationist; a representative for Congresswoman Fudge; Rashidah Abdulhaqq with the Federation for Southern Cooperatives Outreach; and boys from the United Youth Co-op includng Calvin Welch, Geavonte Johnson, Justice Barrett, Hariom Barrett, Muhammad Abdul Haqq, and Yusuf Abdul Haqq; and Al Norwood, NRCS urban conservationist toured Cleveland high tunnels this spring.Abdulhaq and the United Youth Corp group credited their successful efforts to Al Norwood, Cleveland High Tunnel Initiative Coordinator, and Lynette Harmon, the NRCS District Conservationist serving Cuyahoga County.“The high tunnels are improving the social environment in these communities, which is a big benefit. I hope that the vision of businesses associated with the high tunnels continues to expand; I would love to see this result in youth lunch programs and teachers using them for lesson plans on farming concepts,” Harmon said. “A lot of kids are not aware of where their food comes from. High tunnels in this specific area of the city raise awareness of food and where it comes from. It encourages people to start eating healthier and demonstrates how they can grow food on their own.”The Cleveland High Tunnel Initiative is alive and well. The program will continue to grow, possibly to other cities in Ohio, as well as to other states.“I’m really impressed with how these high tunnels are touching people’s lives in way that the NRCS has not been able to before. It is awesome to see the passion in the eyes of those involved,” said Gayle Barry, the Northeast Regional NRCS Conservationist. “I am hopeful other states will adopt this. There is a lot of potential and people want to learn more.”The future of the Cleveland High Tunnel Initiative is a glimmer of hope and brightness for those that call even some of the tougher parts of Cleveland home.last_img read more

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Hacker Poll: What Was the Best New Open Source Project of 2010?

first_imgklint finley 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Black Duck Software has released its list of the top ten new open source projects from last year: Open Source Rookies of 2010. What were the criteria? According to the company’s announcement: “Working from a list of thousands of new projects launched in 2010, Black Duck evaluated a project’s popularity using a weighted scoring system that awards points for commit activity within a project, the number of developers involved, and the number of web sites linked to the project.”Among them are Diaspora, OpenStack and VoltDB. Do you have a favorite project? Was it listed? Let us know.Black Duck’s selections were:DiasporaOpenStackCloud9IDEOpenStack NovaNuGetActiviti BPM PlatformSparkleShareVoltDBRapidFTRownCloud How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Why You Love Online Quizzescenter_img Tags:#hack#Tools Related Posts Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoidlast_img read more

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