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Province proposes legislation to give mayors power to get homes built faster

TORONTO — If passed, the Strong Mayors, Building Homes Act, which is new legislation introduced by the Ontario government, would give the mayors of Toronto and Ottawa the ability to advance priority projects, such as construction 1.5 million new homes over the next 10 years. . Proposed changes include: the …

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GCOM Appoints Rich Harkey as Chief Financial Officer, Jodi Huston as Chief Administrative and People Officer

Rich Harkey, a two-decade veteran in the professional services industry, took on the role of chief financial officer at GCOM, a government technology provider based in Columbia, Maryland. He will oversee GCOM’s accounting and financial operations in a bid to help position it for growth, the company announced Tuesday. Harkey …

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Dito accuses Globe, Smart of “abusing” dominant positions

Dito Telecommunity, the third largest telecommunications player owned by businessman Dennis Uy, has filed complaints with the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) against telecommunications duopoly Globe Telecom and Smart Communications for alleged “abuse” of positions dominant. PCC OIC Chairman Johannes R. Bernabe said the agency also received two separate complaints Monday …

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Alberta government expands temporary rental assistance program

“Making the best use of rental supports is a key part of Stronger Foundations: Alberta’s 10 Year Affordable Housing Strategy,” Pon said. “By expanding the Temporary Rental Assistance Benefit to more than 80 communities, more support is available for Albertans in need, helping to make life more affordable during inflation.” …

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Ex-Ontario city mayor claims Glen Murray promised to file ‘disappear’ complaint if she approved new homes

The former mayor of a Toronto dormitory community alleges that Winnipeg mayoral candidate Glen Murray promised to file a complaint about her “leaving” if she approved a large-scale residential development. Murray, however, says he has no memory of twisting his arm in a 2013 meeting that took place at Queen’s …

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Action required to end Innisfail Park rowdiness

Innisfail Town Council passes motion to expedite solutions to disruptions at Centennial Park ahead of scheduled August 15 discussion INNISFAIL – Fed up with the ongoing rowdiness in the town of Centennial Park, the council directed the administration to move immediately towards acquiring a front gate to prevent unwanted behavior …

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Pompeo slams Biden on potential Pelosi trip to Chinese Taipei

Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has denounced the Biden administration for not fully supporting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s planned trip to Chinese Taipei (Taiwan), which has been condemned by China. “To allow America to be intimidated by Chinese propaganda, right after, frankly, President Biden had a phone call, …

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Jackson News Briefs July 29, 2022

Southern Michigan Bank & Trust Welcomes New Members to Jackson Market Team John Waldron, President of Southern Michigan Bank & Trust (SMBT) Jackson Market recently announced the appointment of Bill Jors, Senior Vice President of Commercial Lending; Angela Job, Commercial Lending Specialist; Alison Kreger, credit analyst; and Brooke Miles, Commercial …

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One-month initial training: The Tribune India

Hisar: A month-long initial training session concluded on Wednesday at the Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (HAU). It was organized by the Directorate of Human Resources Management. The Vice Chancellor of Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (LUVAS), Prof. Vinod Kumar Verma was the chief guest …

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BCM’s July 27 NKY Story Hour to explore the history of Kenton and Campbell Counties Police Departments

(Photo by BCM) Originally called “Patrolmen,” guarding Dixie Highway for speedy motorists, the men and women of the Kenton and Campbell County Police Departments have provided northern Kentucky with exceptional service since 1922. Patrol cars and uniforms may have changed for these “Dixie Highway Speed ​​Cops”, but one thing remains; …

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Hy-Vee Joins Secretary Pate’s Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking in Iowa | Atlantic

DES MOINES – Hy-Vee announced today that he has joined a statewide coalition to end human trafficking in Iowa. The Iowa Businesses Against Trafficking (IBAT) initiative is led by Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate. Hy-Vee and Secretary Pate’s office work together to raise awareness of this form of modern …

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City of Kenora Announces New Chief Financial Officer

The City of Kenora has announced that it has hired a new Chief Financial Officer and City Treasurer. The City of Kenora worked with an independent recruitment firm to find a new Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, as a result the City selected Ryan Marsh, Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) to …

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Former Riverside County CEO Larry Parrish dies at 82 – Press Enterprise

Larry Parrish, who served as Riverside County’s chief executive for 16 years, has died. He was 82 years old. Parrish retired in 2008 but returned in 2011 as acting county chief executive while the county searched for a new senior official. Parrish died Wednesday, July 6, at his home in …

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Peter Aman named administrative director of the Atlanta Police Department

Pierre Aman Mayor Andre Dickens and Acting Atlanta Police Chief Darin Schierbaum announced today that Peter Aman will serve as the Atlanta Police Department’s first Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and Deputy Chief Carven Tyus is promoted to acting deputy chief. “I am proud to make these two strong appointments to …

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Ascension Parish Officials Provide Update on Donaldsonville Early Childhood Development Center

During the July 11 Ascension Parish Council Finance Committee meeting in Gonzales, officials provided updates on the early childhood development center planned for the old West School campus. Ascent to Donaldsonville as well as details of a tentative location in the new B. Lemann and Bro. building. Ascension Parish Administrative …

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Downtown Glen Burnie revitalization takes shape – Capital Gazette

A plan released in January by Anne Arundel County outlined big changes for downtown Glen Burnie, including a new art installation, safer roads and crossings and, perhaps the highest of all, a development to replace a number of government buildings and a bailout courtyard with housing and retail. This development …

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Clearwater District and TNRD Release Staff Salaries and Expenses – Clearwater Times

At the June 21 regular council meeting, the District of Clearwater released the compensation and expenses paid to the mayor and council. The highest position on the City Council during the period from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021 was Mayor Merlin Blackwell. He received $21,880 in compensation, plus …

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Water quality report available online

Wednesday, July 6, 2022 By press release Maui County Press Release The Maui County Water Supply Department announces the 2022 release of the 2022 Water Quality Report for test results compiled from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021. This year marks the 24th year of providing of this information …

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Administrative Officer – Positive Measures – Aboriginal

ASD’s mission is to “tell their secrets – protect ours,” and that’s exactly what you’ll be doing as part of a team that helps ASD accomplish its mission. ASD has a number of vacancies available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians at levels ASD4, ASD5 and ASD6, to support …

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Council asks to be included in STR appeal process

The Hot Springs Board of Directors will review the cap on vacation rentals in residential areas Tuesday night. The council filed an order lowering the annual cap on short-term rentals in residential use areas at its June 21 business meeting. He is expected to consider an alternative version on Tuesday …

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Saranac Lake Police Chief Identifies Man Shot By Officer | News, Sports, Jobs

The parking lot of Stewart’s Shops in Saranac Lake is seen here after Wednesday’s fatal shooting. (Business Photo – Trevor Evans) SARANAC LAKE – Saranac Lake Village Police Chief Darin Perrotte on Thursday identified the man who stabbed a person and was fatally shot by an …

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Julie Person joins Third Harmonic Bio as Administrative Director | New

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Third Harmonic Bio, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a potent and highly selective oral KIT inhibitor for the treatment of severe allergies and inflammation, today announced the appointment from Julie Person to the administrative director. Ms. Person brings more than 20 years …

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Steelcase recognized as one of

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., June 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today Steelcase was recognized by The Civic 50 as one of the fifty most community-minded companies in the United States. Sponsored by Points of Light, the world’s largest volunteer organization, The Civic 50 ranks companies with annual revenue of at least …

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AIIMS Hyderabad Faculty Recruitment 2022: Apply for 94 Positions, Details Here

AIIMS Hyderabad will recruit candidates for the faculty positions. Eligible candidates can apply for 94 positions through the official AIIMS website at aiimsbibinagar.edu.in. All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bibinagar, Hyderabad is inviting applications from candidates to apply for faculty positions. Eligible candidates can apply online through the official website …

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Hearing date nears for six-story apartment building project

The controversial development plan for 16 Ormond Street S. will be heard in Ontario Lands Court on July 5, but the Town of Thorold’s position is still unclear What position will the city take at the upcoming Ontario Lands Tribunal hearing on the proposed development at 16 Ormond Street South? …

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Miami-Dade officer makes chilling claim during traffic stop

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Florida. – A video circulating on social media shows the comments of a Miami-Dade police officer to a man during a traffic stop. The stop took a threatening turn for the driver on his way to work. “Give me your driver’s license, registration and insurance,” the officer says …

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Los Angeles City Council passes motion to improve hate crime reporting – NBC Los Angeles

LA City Council on Friday passed a motion to improve the city’s systems for people who must report hate crimes, citing a disparity between the number of such crimes reported to law enforcement and the number reported to the non-profit organization Stop AAPI Hate. The effort was led by Councilwoman …

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DITO says subscribers are now over 9 million

MANILA — DITO Telecommunity said on Friday it now has more than 9 million subscribers, a significant jump from its 1 million achievement in June last year. DITO is launching its services in March 2021. It is currently preparing its 3rd year technical audit scheduled for July, it said in …

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TSPSC Group I Preliminary Date Announced

(Twitter/TSPSC) Hyderabad: The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) will hold the Group I Preliminary Examination on October 16, 2022. The examination will be conducted to fill 503 Group I positions. For the recruitment of group I, the commission had received 3,80,202 applications. While the preliminaries will be held in …

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$1.5m to be paid to police chief who wore Nazi insignia

Kent, Wash. A suburban Seattle town will pay more than $1.5 million to settle a dispute with a former deputy police chief who was disciplined for displaying a Nazi rank insignia on his office door and joking about the Holocaust. Former Kent Police Deputy Chief Derek Kammerzell, who had worked …

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Farewell to outgoing Dimapur DC & Admin officers | MorungExpress

A farewell program of the outgoing DC Dimapur and Administrative Officers was held at the DC Conference Hall, Dimapur on June 4th. DIMAPUR, JUNE 5 (MExN): A farewell program in honor of outgoing DC Dimapur, Rajesh Soundararajan, IAS, and outgoing Administrative Officers – ADC, H Atokhe Aye; SDO(C), N Zubenthung …

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Former deputy police commissioner appointed head of Civil Service College

The Hong Kong government recently promoted another former police officer to a key role in policing officials. Kwok Yam-shu, a former deputy police commissioner, who retired in April 2022, will be the first director of the Civil Service College and will take office on July 5. While the Hong Kong …

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Mayor Keller Announces New Director of Operations and Additions to City Leadership — City of Albuquerque

As part of the second term transition, the mayor continues to fulfill critical roles in the city to support important initiatives and operations. Katarina Sandoval will join the City as Chief Operating Officer (COO), working to ensure effective and efficient delivery of City services across multiple departments. Kata brings years …

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nehru planetarium: planetarium attendance returns to pre-covid levels | Bangalore News

Bengaluru: Many parents and children are exploring celestial bodies at the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, a knowledge recreation center, pushing attendance at the place to pre-Covid levels.In less than two months since its reopening, more than 60,000 people have visited the planetarium and all of its special programs and activities – …

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Geisinger inaugurates a new orthopedic center

BUCKHORN, PA – Geisinger and the community have come together to celebrate the next step in making better health easier and more accessible in central Pennsylvania. Officials solemnly opened the future site of the Pennsylvania Orthopedic Center on Wednesday, May 25. The celebration was a cheer rally-themed event with pom …

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Hankook Tire Unveils Asia’s Largest Proving Ground, Hankook Technoring

Hankook Tire held an inaugural ceremony at Hankook Technoring on May 25, inviting media and partners to attend the presentation of Hankook’s mid-term and long-term innovation strategy and its commitment to Hankook Technoring for sustainable growth. Executives present at the ceremony included: Hyunbum ChoChairman and CEO of Hankook & Company; …

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Caldwell opens offices in Annapolis and Tysons Corner

May 23, 2022 – Toronto-based Caldwell has expanded with the opening of new locations in Annapolis, MD and Tysons Corner, VA in the Washington, DC area. At the same time, the firm added Byron Marchant as a partner and Tiffany Faucette as a partner. The moves expand the company’s capabilities …

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Carroll County Commissioners Accepting Nominations for Police Accountability Board and Administrative Billing Committee – Baltimore Sun

The Carroll County Board of Commissioners is now accepting applications from residents to serve on the new Police Accountability Board and County Administrative Billing Committee. Online applications are due by 4:30 p.m. on June 17. Commissioners on May 5 approved a resolution to create a local police accountability committee and …

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Dawn’s Honor Night | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photo / Allie Vugrincic ATHENA Award recipient Dawn Ochman, owner of Dawn Incorporated, left, celebrates with employee Ashley Swipas, who nominated Ochman for the award, during the ceremony Thursday evening at Waypoint 4180 in Canfield. The ATHENA Award program is sponsored by the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber …

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Mayor of Coaldale says town is overcharged for RCMP services

The current RCMP contract with Coaldale was signed in 2016, when the NEG was applied. Van Rijn, however, says Coaldale should not be considered a new entrant as they had already been checked by the RCMP. Coaldale Town Manager Kalen Hastings visited the Galt Museum & Archives and found evidence …

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Elgin data breach ‘devastating’ for victims at risk of identity theft: experts

Breadcrumb Links Local News Photo by Chainarong Prasertthai /iStock/Getty Images Content of the article The theft of personal data from Elgin County could prove “devastating” for those affected, say tech analysts, who are also questioning the municipality for its lack of transparency in handling the crisis. Advertisement 2 This ad …

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Bhopalites deprived of Shiv-Hari Jugalbandi forever

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Bhopalites will not be able to enjoy the jugalbandi of music maestros Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma and Hariprasad Chaurasia, which was scheduled to be held at Bahirang, the open auditorium of Bharat Bhavan under ‘Mahima Samaroh’ on May 15. Shivkumar Sharma, 84, died in Mumbai on Tuesday …

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Ganim faces gender inequality issues at Bridgeport City Hall

BRIDGEPORT — Mayor Joe Ganim has pledged to “ensure that all women feel supported and heard in their roles” after two high-profile women in city government raised questions this week about equality gender among its staff. “It has come to my attention that there are women in administration who may …

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Texas officers charged with assault in response to George Floyd protests

Body camera footage of another police officer, Michael Bui, recorded someone believed to be Officer Bui saying, “He’s going to be in pain tomorrow,” according to court documents. Moments later, body camera footage captured a conversation between Officer Bui, who has not been charged, and Corporal Mabry. In the video, …

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Halifax councilors call for revisions to site plan for homeless tents

Despite lingering questions over designated tent sites for the homeless, Halifax Regional Municipality councilors have agreed to move forward with a revised version of the proposal. Read more: Why having some parks for homeless people in Halifax ‘misses the point’, says expert HRM staff initially recommended 16 possible outdoor sites …

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Public universities need more democracy, not more administrators

The current crisis in higher education leadership is on full display at California State University (CSU) – the nation’s largest four-year public university system. Take the case of former CSU Chancellor Joseph Castro. Castro’s troubles began with an underling — Fresno State vice president of student affairs Frank Lamas — …

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Cauvery: Boy drowns in Cauvery in Mukkombu | News from Trichy

Trichy: A 14-year-old boy missing since Thursday drowned in the Cauvery River after his body was found at the Mukkombu Dam in Trichy on Friday. N Jayaraj of Periyakadai Street, a Class IX student at ER Higher Secondary School, left home for school on Thursday, but police said he skipped …

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Jersey Shore Board Acts on Personnel Issues and Pay Rates | News, Sports, Jobs

JERSEY SHORE — The Jersey Shore Area School Board took action on staffing issues and set employee pay rates at its recent work session. The board approved Nacoe Biser as primary college guard at $16.58 per hour and Brian F. Miller as full-time guard at $14.33 per hour. …

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A struggling Cape Breton village will continue, but tax and utility bills will climb

The financially-struggling village of Baddeck, Cape Breton will remain a village for now, but residents and business owners are facing steep increases in taxes and utility bills to keep their businesses going. Nova Scotia Municipal Affairs Minister John Lohr has given the municipality until May 1 to comply with nine …

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Paul Helmuth Honored at JMU Public Service Recognition Program

Published on Sunday, April 24, 2022 at 09:28 Join the 100,000 AFP subscribers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Pandora News, press releases, letters to the editor: [email protected] Advertising inquiries: [email protected] Jennifer A. Taylor, PhD, CFRE, Director of James Madison University’s …

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Vernon loses another neighbor in new recreation center referendum – Vernon Morning Star

Vernon loses another neighbor in new recreation center referendum Lumby cancels recreation agreement and October vote Lumby is the latest community to pull out of a referendum for a new active living center in Vernon. The Village Council has informed Vernon …

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Queen’s Baton relay signals countdown to 2022 Commonwealth Games

Sports Jelani Beckles Just now Women’s TT boxer Tianna Guy, fourth from left, holds the Queen’s Baton at Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain on Wednesday. She is joined by national athletes and former athletes. – Jelani Beckles TT BOXER Nigel Paul was delighted to see his national team …

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Court asks IFS officer to appeal to administrative court against government order | Dehradun News

Nainital: The Uttarakhand High Court on Monday ordered IFS officer Rajiv Bhartari to file an appeal with the Central Administrative Court (CAT) against his dismissal from the position of Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) in Uttarakhand. The Divisional Bench of Judge Manoj Kumar Tiwari and Judge RC Khulbe also …

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Rare shiva linga found near Ambur

A group of workers laying the foundations of a house on land belonging to a dairy farmer in Thuthipattu village near Ambur in Tirupattur have unearthed a 500-year-old shiva linga. A team of officials from the Government Museum in Vellore, led by curator K. Saravanan, inspected the linga on Saturday …

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Paul Hahn Announced as New Interim City Manager of Chico – Chico Enterprise-Record

CHICO — Former Butte County Chief Administrative Officer Paul Hahn was selected as Chico’s new interim city manager during a closed meeting Tuesday night. Since former city manager Mark Orme resigned from his post on April 1, police chief Matt Madden had temporarily taken over the reins. Madden will return …

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World’s Largest Steam Locomotive ‘Big Boy No. 4014’ Returns to the Rails to Celebrate 160 Years of Union Pacific

OMAHA, Neb., April 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Union Pacific’s famed Big Boy No. 4014 is set to return to the rails this summer for its “West Coast Steam Tour.” Kick off June 26 from Cheyenne, Wyomingthis year’s tour will celebrate Union Pacific’s 160th anniversary, railroad heritage and the communities served …

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Roseville officer shot in neck in shooting discharged from hospital – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Roseville police officer who was shot in the neck in the line of duty earlier this week has been discharged from hospital. Officer Ryan Duxbury was shot dead on Tuesday night by 53-year-old Jesse Werling. During an hour-long encounter that night, Werling fired more than 100 …

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3 finalists chosen for next Indiana High Court vacancy | News

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A state commission has selected three finalists from whom Gov. Eric Holcomb will choose to fill a vacancy on the Indiana Supreme Court when Justice Steven David retires later this year. The Judicial Nominating Commission voted on Tuesday to select from its three Grant finalists Superior Court …

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MBI investigates shooting involving officer outside Madison Restaurant

Madison, Miss. (WJTV) – Agents from the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation (MBI) are investigating a shooting involving an officer that occurred in Madison. The incident happened shortly before 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5. Madison police say they responded to a call of unknown issues at the Longhorn restaurant on …

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County supervisors unanimously censure auditor-controller for abusive conduct; Paz Dominguez Addresses Complaints in YouTube Video | Lost Coast Outpost

Screenshot of Monday’s meeting. Third District Supervisor Mike Wilson attended via Zoom. At a special meeting Monday morning, the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to censure auditor-controller Karen Paz Dominguez over the findings of a recent independent investigation, which found that she s was …

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patkar: Medha Patkar moves Bombay High Court for filling police posts | Bombay News

MUMBAI: Social activist Medha Patkar (68) has petitioned the Bombay High Court to order the state government to fill vacancies in the State Police Complaints Authority (SPCA), which is not fully functional. “It appears that the Respondent Government has deliberately failed to fill all positions since its inception and failed …

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TNPSC Group 4 recruitment 2022: notification for 7301 vacancies

Tamil Naidu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) Group 4 Notification 2022: TNPSC has issued a notification to fill about 7301 Group 4 positions on its official website at tnpsc.gov.in. Vacancies will be filled in Tamil Naidu Ministerial Service, Tamil Naidu Judicial Ministerial Service, Tamil Naidu Secretarial Service, Tamil Naidu Legislative Assembly …

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Democratic process for VC appointments is the best way forward

THE the government should consider allowing academic members of the respective universities to choose their own vice-chancellor (VC) or rector through an electoral process. To do this, changes must be made to all our existing laws, rules and regulations regarding the appointment of senior positions in universities, including the Universities …

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Tribute to Indo-Pakistani War Heroes of 1971 in Visakhapatnam

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) Group Headquarters, Visakhapatnam, paid tribute to the braves of the army, who had sacrificed their lives for the nation, during the 1971 Indo-Pakistani War. Col. Dharmendra Pandey, Administrative Officer, NCC Group Headquarters, congratulated the family members of six bravehearts as part of the Azadi Ka …

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Barrie, Ont. innovative stormwater safe, a Lego block-like construction

Another in a series of proactive initiatives to protect the health of Lake Simcoe, the fourth largest lake entirely in Ontario and a major tourist destination, is nearing completion in Barrie, Ontario. Designed by Aquafor Beech Limited, the City of Barrie Conservation Authority and Lake Simcoe Region joint venture is …

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West Kelowna Council votes against Shannon Lake resort and spa – West Kelowna News

Photo: City of Kelowna A proposed resort and spa in the Shannon Lake area of ​​West Kelowna hit a roadblock at the council table on Tuesday. With advice. With Jayson Zilkie missing from the proceedings, the board found itself at an impasse over whether to advance the controversial destination station …

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State Recruitments Include Business Analyst, Information Security Officer

This story is limited to Techwire Insider members. This story is limited to Techwire Insider members. Log in below to read this story or learn more about membership. Three state departments are recruiting technology specialists. The California Department of Conservation (DOC), which oversees land conservation operations, mining, earthquakes, and oil …

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CITY OF BURLINGTON in the year two thousand twenty-two AN ORDER RELATING TO THE COMPLETE DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE – Authorization of ZA adjustments #22-02 | General notices | Seven days

ORDER 5.09 Sponsor: Planning Office, Planning Commission, Ordinances Committee Dates of public hearings: 22/02/22 First reading: 20/12/21 Referred to: Ordinances Committee Rules suspended and placed at all passing stages: _ Second Reading: 02/22/22 Measure: adopted Date: 02/22/22 Signed by the Mayor: 03/10/22 Posted: 03/16/22 Effective: 04/06/22 It is hereby ordered …

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Randy Waltz Still Sheriff of Del Norte Despite Charges of Perjury and Fraud, Says CAO | Wild Rivers Outpost

Jessica Cejnar Andrews / Today at 2:42 p.m. Randy Waltz is still Del Norte sheriff despite perjury and fraud charges, CAO says Randy Waltz Previously: • Del Norte supervisors are treating sheriff fraud charges as a ‘staff matter’, says CAO Neal Lopez • Del Norte sheriff charged with voter fraud …

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Winnebago Receives Project Update | News, Sports, Jobs

After a busy few months, the Winnebago City Council received a brief agenda at its regular meeting Wednesday, March 9 at 7 p.m. The first general business item was an update from Bolton & Menk engineer Matt Cole. Cole shared that the financing plan for the city’s Cleveland …

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Carlos Muñiz elected new Chief Justice of Florida Supreme Court

Justice Carlos Muniz has been chosen to become the next Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court. Muñiz, 52, was elected unanimously by the seven-member high court on Wednesday. He will begin a two-year term as chief justice on July 1. He succeeds Charles Canadawho will remain on the court …

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Russian refiners are still ready to trade, according to the London Platinum and Palladium Market

By Peter Hobson LONDON (Reuters) – The London Platinum and Palladium Market (LPPM) said on Tuesday it would maintain its accreditation of two Russian precious metals refineries, meaning they can continue to sell metal on the London market, the most great in the world. The two refiners accredited by the …

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Bowden Igloo arena roof repair could cost $2 million or more

Bowden Town Council files ruling on inquiry into arena roof issues, citing lack of information BOWDEN – City Council fears it could cost $2 million – or far more – to repair dampness and other possible problems in the roof of the Bowden Igloo arena. Managing director Greg Skotheim told …

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Follow these 9 steps to lead change as a wellness manager

While it may be tempting as a newly appointed Chief Wellness Officer (CWO) to step in and start changing things quickly within your organization, it’s not the best approach. As organizations create new C-level leadership positions to systematically improve the well-being of physicians and other healthcare professionals, it is best …

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– Town hall, transfer station, garage on project list for Livermore

LIVERMORE — Administrative assistant Aaron Miller told selectors on Tuesday evening that he had met with representatives of Androscoggin Savings Bank to discuss funding for capital improvement projects, including a new fire engine. Miller met with the bank’s vice president of public finance, John Simko, and vice president of business …

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Bauchi government approves Nuhu Wabi as new Emir of Jama’are

BAuchi State Governor Bala Muhammed has approved the appointment of Alhaji Nuhu Ahmed Wabi as the new Emir of Jama’are. The governor gave his approval in a brief ceremony in Jama’are, Bauchi on Monday, where the new emir received his appointment letter. Bala was represented by the state government secretary, …

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Images from Ukraine sent to Manitoba connections show wartime living conditions

Photos of friends and family in war-torn Ukraine are pouring into the local Ukrainian community. In less than a week, their lives were turned upside down when Vladimir Putin gave the order to attack Ukraine with bombs and tanks. Borsch Ukrainian Club leader and Ukrainian Canadian Congresswoman Yevgeniya Tatarenko of …

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Mill Street will be closed between Central Avenue and Mission Street for water valve work | News, Sports, Jobs

Water valve work will close Mill Street between Central Avenue and Mission Street from 9 p.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Sunday. Map courtesy of Maui County Maui News Mill Street will be closed between Central Avenue and Mission Street in Wailuku Saturday evening and Sunday morning …

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Andreas Bohman Selected as Vice President of UW-IT and Chief Information Officer of UW

Press Releases February 23, 2022 University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce today announced the selection of Andreas Bohman as UW Vice President of Information Technology and UW Chief Information Officer . It is expected to start on March 16. Bohman replaces Aaron Powell, who retires April 1. Andreas Bohman …

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HCCC inmate charged with assaulting adult correctional officer

February 21, 2022, 3:47 PM HST Marly Poai A remand inmate at the Hawaii Community Correctional Center is facing new charges after the alleged assault of an adult corrections officer on Sunday, February 20. According to the Department of Public Safety, the inmate, identified as 23-year-old Marly Poai, assaulted the …

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An IAS officer’s book shines a light on the grim but uplifting reality of Covid

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): The ‘Battle Against Covid – Diary of a Bureaucrat’, a book written by an IAS officer, recounts the horror of the Covid-19 pandemic that has rocked the country, and at the same time highlights the uplifting reality which has seen people go out of their way to …

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New York healthcare workers must get a Covid booster by Monday. state association wants an extension | Business premises

Eligible employees at New York hospitals, nursing homes and other health care facilities have until February 21 to get the booster dose of Covid-19. Time is running out for New York City healthcare workers to receive a Covid-19 booster shot before the state’s Monday deadline. In Western New York alone, …

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US women’s soccer coach earned 28% of Berhalter’s salary – CBS17.com

NEW YORK (AP) — Vlatko Andonovski earned $357,597 in his first full year as U.S. women’s soccer coach, less than 28% of the $1,291,539 that went to men’s coach Gregg Berhalter. The figures were revealed in the U.S. Soccer Federation’s income statement for the year ending March 31, 2021, which …

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NSBA chief Chip Slaven knew in advance of school board memo from Merrick Garland, email claims

A senior National School Boards Association executive was aware of Attorney General Merrick Garland’s notorious schools memo before it was released, according to an email released Monday. Parents Defending Education (PDE) released an internal email from NSBA board member Pam Doyle in which she told another board member that then-acting …

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Pasculli Named Director of Communications for Monterey County – The King City Rustler

MONTEREY COUNTY – The Monterey County Administrative Office has announced the hiring of Nicholas M. Pasculli as County Communications Manager. Pasculli, who takes office Feb. 14, will direct county communications programs and advise the County Board of Supervisors and Administrative Officer on the formulation, strategic development, implementation and evaluation of …

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SAPPMA welcomes Enrike Albasini as new Administrative Manager

/ PRESS RELEASE / This content is not written by Creamer Media, but is a press statement provided. The South African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association (SAPPMA) is delighted to welcome Enrike Albasini as its new Administrative Officer. She will take over from Louise Muller who held this position for 12 …

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Electoral Duty Exemption Request: Ludhiana DEO Recommends Early Retirement for Staff Members Citing Insincere Apologies

On Sunday, District Electoral Officer (DEO) and Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma wrote a letter to the Punjab government recommending early retirement to government employees who have requested exemption from electoral duties citing medical conditions and the illness of their parents and parents-in-law. The DEO, in a biting video message, …

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Columbus City Administrator tenders resignation | KSNF/KODE

COLUMBUS, Kans. — A trustee from Southeast Kansas City has tendered her resignation. The City of Columbus said in a statement Friday that City Administrator Daniela Rivas has tendered her resignation effective March 11, 2022. Rivas is the city’s administrative director, budget manager and day-to-day operations manager. . Daniela Rivas …

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Fort St. James District Administrative Director Named General Manager – Caledonia Courier

David Schroeter wears another hat with the Fort St. James District. The Managing Director was appointed as Managing Director at a regular meeting of the board held on Tuesday, January 25. Although a previous job posting failed to provide the district with qualified applicants with local government experience, Schroeter said …

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Sidney Community Association calls for more time for public review of draft OCP – Vancouver Island Free Daily

The President of the Sidney Community Association wonders if the municipality takes public participation seriously in its Official Community Plan (OCP) review. Dennis Carlsen expressed this sentiment in a recent letter to the municipality following council’s rejection of a council motion. Terri O’Keeffe will remove language from the 2022 Strategic …

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1 officer decommissioned, 5 others on administrative duty in investigation of fatal Nashville freeway shooting

Five members of the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department have been placed on administrative assignment and a sixth has been taken off duty after a man was fatally shot and killed on the side of a freeway on Tuesday, Police Chief John Drake. Drake said nine law enforcement officials, including a …

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Dr. James McDonald named interim director of RI Health

PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – As the search continues for a permanent director of the Rhode Island Department of Health, Governor Dan McKee has announced a leadership team to support the transition. “Our administration moved quickly to put in place an experienced leadership team at the Rhode Island Department of Health …

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Why struggling Sonoma County has the toughest COVID restrictions in the Bay Area

Pedro Toledo guided his 82-year-old mother by the hand to the intake window of a health clinic in Petaluma and found himself in an unfamiliar position – asking where to go for an appointment. Most of the time, Toledo is in charge: He’s the administrative director of the Petaluma Health …

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CMs of Kerala and Tamil Nadu write to Modi saying amendments would hamper federal structure

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin and his Kerala counterpart Pinarayi Vijayan wrote to the Prime Minister on Sunday opposing proposed changes to the Indian Administrative Service (Framework) deputies rules. The two leaders joined the list of chief ministers of opposition-led states who expressed concern that the amendments clashed with …

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Vacancies notified for assistant employment officer, other positions; Apply online at upsc.gov.in

UPSC Recruitment 2022: The Union Civil Service Commission has invited applicants for the positions of Chief Administrative Officer, Assistant Employment Officer and others under the UPSC Recruitment 2022. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for the posts via the official website of UPSC at upsc.gov.in. This recruitment campaign is being …

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