By Liz SheehanSEA BRIGHT – Plans made two years ago to establish back-in angled parking in the downtown business section of the town were dropped by a unanimous vote of the Borough Council at its Nov. 13 meeting.The council had passed a resolution in January 2015, that approved a New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT) plan to install the parking, also known as head-out angled parking, from the southbound side of Ocean Avenue from Rumson Road, just south of the Sea Bright Rumson Bridge to Beach Street.But in the resolution approved last month, the borough stated that it “has reviewed this plan, has met with the downtown business community, discussed it at several public meetings and has determined that the plan does not meet the Borough’s goals.”Borough Administrator Joseph Verruni said Tuesday that when the streetscape project was completed in the business section of the town, with its addition of new street lights, planters and other changes, borough officials felt the back-in angled parking would not work with the new configuration of the downtown area.He said introducing the new type of parking into the business area was “not the right place for an experiment at this time.”Frank Bain, the owner of Bains Hardware, 1092 Ocean Ave., a popular business in the middle of the borough’s business district which also serves as the town’s post office, said Tuesday he was never in favor of the back-in angled parking.“I am happy it is rescinded,” he said, “I was never for it.”“The highway was not wide enough to have it,” he said, referring to Ocean Avenue, which is also State Highway 36. He said it was a safety issue.Rich Tocci, the owner of the building where Bains is located said the proposal to put back-in angled parking in the business district was “the most ridiculous thing I ever heard of.”Before the council rescinded the agreement to install the new parking system, a test of the configuration was carried out in front of Sea Bright Supermarket & Liquor, 1160 Ocean Ave., where new parking lines were painted in a few spaces and a sign said only back-in angled parking was permitted.There was a large parking lot owned by the store directly across from the test area, and the test spaces were used infrequently. The markings of the spaces have now been changed to head-in angled parking as they had been before the test was begun.Although the town has decided to reject the 2015 DOT parking plans, Verruni said the borough is still working on a bicycle path which was included in that same proposal. The path would run from Monmouth Beach to the northern end of the borough.He said that it is now being determined if there would be room for two 4-foot-wide paths, onegoing south and one north on Ocean Avenue.If there is not enough space he said, one of the lanes could be a shared car and bicycle lane.This article was first published in the Nov. 23-30, 2017 print edition of The Two River Times.
Bird thief stabbingThe Sophia, Georgetown man who fought for his life and reportedly stabbed a thief who was robbing him was on Monday charged for manslaughter.The alleged bird thief Shelton JordanFifty-six-year-old Peter Jansen, of Lot 134 Block X North Sophia, Greater Georgetown appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.He was not allowed to plead to the charge which stated that on May 1, 2018 at Sophia, he unlawfully killed Shelton Jordan.Guyana Times previously reported that Jordan, called “Mickey Mouse”, was killed when he attacked Jansen and reportedly attempted to steal his bird about 05:30h.During the course of the robbery, Jordan reportedly stabbed Jansen to his hand. This resulted in a scuffle between the two.Jansen, however, managed to disarm Jordan of the knife he was carrying, and during the fight, the thief was reportedly stabbed.The father of five then proceeded to the Police Station where he reported what transpired.Jansen’s Attorney, Latchmie Rahamat, in a bail application, told the court that her client was entitled to protect himself from danger.She revealed that after attempting to steal the bird but failing, Jordan pursued her client who had begun to run away, and then pulled out the knife and attacked him.In her bail application, Rahamat cited Article 148 (2) of the Constitution, which makes provision for her client to be protected, and the deceased was not entitled to protection under the same article.Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield had no objections to bail, but requested that Jansen lodge his passport with the court and report to the Police every week until completion of the case.Bail was granted in the sum of $250,000. The case will continue on May 28, 2018.Reports are several persons who had their birds stolen alleged that Jordan was among a group of men who had been prowling the area and stealing birds.
Northern Health is looking to make sure the children of Fort St. John are healthy for the upcoming year.From Feb. 7-11, Northern Health is asking parents to bring their Kindergarten students to take part in a screening and immunization clinic, taking place at the Fort St. John Health Unit.- Advertisement -The clinic will include hearing and dental health status, information on nutrition, injury prevention, tobacco reduction and lessons on the importance of hand washing.Also available for those interested, are school entry immunization boosters.Anyone planning on attending should allow approximately 20-30 minutes per appointment. Parents are asked to leave younger children with a babysitter, rather than bringing them along to the Health Unit.Parents are also asked to bring the child’s immunization record to the appointment. If you have never visited the Heath Unit, please call and request a transfer of the child’s record.Advertisement Interested parents can book an appointment with the Health Unit at 250-263-6000.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN FRANCISCO – U.S. wine sales to other countries totaled $876 million last year, a 30 percent increase over the year before, the Wine Institute reported. The 2006 increase is not as dramatic as it may appear because 2005 sales dipped sharply – to $674 million from 2004’s $809 million – due to a number of factors, including changes in the way wine was shipped to market, said Joseph Rollo, director of the San Francisco-based institute’s international department. Still, the figures reflect a long-term trend of steady expansion in foreign markets, he said, with sales doubling in the past decade. While sales increased significantly by value, the volume increase was much smaller – 4 percent. Rollo said the jump in value was due partly to customers being willing to buy pricier wines and a weaker dollar. Ninety-five percent of the wine shipped came from California. On the Net http://www.wineinstitute.org
Stan Collymore and Mark Saggers bring you another Feist Night special – this time they delve into the issues at White Hart Lane and examine Daniel Levy’s reign.
Alex Teixeira (no.29) in action for Shakhtar above 1 Few believe Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho when he says he doesn’t need recruits in January and one player linked with a move is Shakhtar’s Alex Teixeira. Here, talkSPORT takes a closer look at the Shakhtar Donetsk forward…Name: Alex TeixeiraDate of Birth: 06/01/1990Birthplace: Duque de Caxias, BrazilPosition: Attacking midfieldClub: Shakhtar DonetskWhat’s the latest?A deal for Teixeira has seemingly been brewing since October, when the player told the press Chelsea want to sign him.“I have an offer, it was a pleasure to know that Chelsea want to sign me. It would be great if the transfer happens in January,” he said.Fresh reports claim a fee of around £30m would be enough to get a deal done for the in-form winger and a deal is edging closer.Did you know?1) Teixeira started his career with Brazilian side Vasco de Gama and played 51 times before moving to Shakhtar in 2008.2) The 25-year-old has been on the radar of England’s top clubs for years and was the subject of a bid from Manchester United as far back as 2006.3) When Shakhtar sold defensive midfielder Fernandinho to Manchester City in 2013, Teixeira was pushed back in midfield to shield the defence. He is a versatile and intelligent player who can play anywhere across midfield and attack. In addition, Teixeira has been described as a player with pace, quick feet and deadly in front of goal, so Blues fans have a lot lot get excited about it seems.4) Teixeira had won the league title in every season he had been at Shakhtar until last year when Dynamo Kiev beat them. His trophy cabinet is very impressive, with 12 winners medals during his time in Ukraine.5) He has scored 21 goals in 22 games so far this season, including 19 in just 13 league games (correct as of 20/11/15).They say:“He is the technical leader of my team and should also be the technical leader for Brazil”– Shakhtar manager Mircea Lucescu believes Teixeira will become an international starVideo Evidence:
Local heroes and ordinary people who do extraordinary things in Donegal are being sought as nominees for the People of the Year Awards.Do you know someone who does extraordinary things that really make a difference to their family, friends, neighbours, work colleagues or local community? This is your chance to have their unsung heroism acknowledged live on TV.The team behind RTÉ Radio 1’s Today with Sean O’Rourke is calling out to people in Donegal to nominate their heroic partners, friends, parents, neighbours and co-workers that deserve some national recognition. The winner will be honoured at the 43rd People of the Year Awards, organised by Rehab Group, which will be held on March 3rd. Pictured at the launch with Sean O’Rourke were Army woman, Leah Murray, age 8 from Newbridge, Co Kildare, Policeman, Rian Duane, age 9 from Caragh, Naas, Co Kildare, Fireman, Alex O’Reillyhall, age 9 from Newbridge, Co Kildare and Nurse, Elianna Martin, age 7 from Milltown, Co Kildare. Pic. Robbie ReynoldsIreland’s ‘Everyday Hero’ can be of any age, from any walk of life and from any part of Ireland but there is just one criterion – they must be really special to be considered.They can be the essence of Donegal community spirit, or they can be the person who puts everyone else before themselves and never asks for thanks.To nominate your everyday hero, log on to peopleoftheyear.com. A selection of nominators will be brought on air to talk to Sean to tell everyone just why the person they are nominating is an ‘Everyday Hero’.All the nominations will be considered by the adjudication panel and will be announced live on the People of the Year Awards TV programme on RTÉ One on Saturday, March 3rd 2018. Stay tuned weekdays to Today with Sean O’Rourke on RTÉ Radio 1, which airs from 10am to 12pm for further details. Closing date is Friday January 19th.Mo Flynn, Chief Executive of Rehab Group, said: “We have vital and important services for people with disabilities around the country, including Donegal, and we see heroes in communities every day. Everybody knows someone who is always doing something for others. These people often go unrewarded and unrecognised. This is a chance to say thank you to them in a unique way, so please nominate your ‘Everyday Hero’ for a People of the Year Award.”RTÉ Radio 1 presenter Sean O’Rourke said: “Some of the most extraordinary people I have interviewed over the years are the unsung, everyday heroes. So if you know someone you’d like to nominate, please nominate them today.”For the latest updates on the Awards, click onto www.peopleoftheyear.com, find us on Facebook –www.facebook.com/PeopleOfTheYearAwards, or follow us on Twitter – @peopleawardsDo you know an ‘Everyday Hero’ who deserves a People of the Year Award? was last modified: January 11th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:People of the year awards
According to a recent African Union high-level panel, Africa loses $50-billion annually to fraud and corruption. This has impeded development projects and denied the poorest access to crucial services.Click graphic to enlarge.
Brand South Africa and UNISA host the South African Competitiveness Forum and the Pan-African University DialogueJohannesburg, Wednesday 05th September 2018 – Brand South Africa and the University of South Africa (UNISA) have partnered to host the South African Competitiveness Forum (SACF) and the Pan-African University Dialogue in a two-day programme from 11th -12th September 2018.The conference will bring together academics, and industry representatives from South Africa and African markets such as Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, and Nigeria to provide expert input on key issues that impact positively and negatively on the competitiveness and reputation of the Pan-African brand, and Africa’s Nation Brands.Further to that, the unpacking of the identified theme – Interrogating the Pan-African Nation Brand: re- and de-constructing state capacity & the stories we tell to market the African brand reality, will form a golden thread for the dialogues.Speaking on the theme, Brand South Africa’s General Manager for Research, Dr Petrus De Kock said; “Brand South Africa understands that the reputation of the nation, nation brand, or in this case, the African continent, is shaped by a multitude of factors. Due to divergent perceptions and public discourses on the condition of the African continent, the 2018 Pan-African Nation Brand Dialogue aims to interrogate two inter-related dimensions of the Africa’s Nation Brands through the subthemes – ‘State’ of the African Nation Brand that focuses on how governance capability impacts on reputation, as well as Telling and taking African Stories to Market that focuses on marketing in the African environment.” Brand South Africa’s main objective as an award-winning organisation in research, aims to identify opportunities and lessons from contributions made by delegates which will be followed through in various project collaborations.“Brand South Africa will showcase its social segmentation model research that won the annual Southern African Market Research Association’s Best Research award, as well as research on the Development of the BRICS brand. It has been a fruitful journey for the organisation since its first SACF in 2013 where Brand South Africa developed several interventions to address some of the issues outlined. In 2017 the Nation Brand University Dialogue was entitled – From Ubuntu Foreign Policy to a Democracy of Jazz – lessons from the Nation Brand University Dialogue and this year we eagerly envision collaborating with the continent,” adds Dr De Kock.The two-day programme will wrap up with a panel discussion and brainstorming with panellists, Prof K.M Makhitha, Mr Oyewole Simon Oginni, Dr Rasheed Akinyemi, Dr David Okello, Dr Joash Ntenga Moitui, Dr Timothy Esemu, Dr Kobby Mensah and Dr A. Adesoga in finding a way forward in the Pan-African Marketing & Nation Brand research in the era of the Continental Free Trade Area. For interviews and RSVP kindly see below;Dates: 11-12 September 2018Venue: UNISA, Kgorong Function hall, Kgorong BuildingContact Details: Ntombi Ntanzi; email@example.com or Cell: 081 704 1488Time: 09h00 – 17h00
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Variable rainfall slowed harvest for most producers, according to Cheryl Turner, State Statistician, USDA, NASS, Ohio Field Office. There were 3.6 days suitable for fieldwork in Ohio during the week ending September 30. The recent rainfall kept combines out of soybean fields most of the week as harvest progress fell below the 5 – year average. Corn combines were rolling as harvest progress finished the week just above the 5 – year average. Winter wheat planters were slowed to a crawl and corn chopped for silage inched a long as well. Warm weather in – between rains helped some producers make hay last week, but it continued at a slow pace. The average moisture content of corn harvested last week was 21 percent, and the average for soybeans was 14 percent.See the full October 1st report here
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