WNY News Now File Image.MAYVILLE – Chautauqua County Government officials have released their plan to reduce on-site staff in in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel Coronavirus.County Executive PJ Wendel says the actions are a result of New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s March 16 executive order to local governments to reduce their overall on-site staff by 50 percent and to allow nonessential employees to work from home.“Chautauqua County Government will continue to run smoothly with a few changes in some of our services as we take precautions to limit the spread of COVID-19 and keep our employees, residents, and clients safe,” said Wendel.Changes to county services include the following. County Legislature Office:In order to ensure that social distancing is practiced in our County during this pandemic, the Chautauqua County Legislature is establishing precautionary procedures for all remaining March meetings. One of the Governor’s executive orders this month allows a waiver of the open meetings law and provision for non- public meetings, conference call meetings, or webinar meetings (or other similar technology) as long as the public is able to listen to the proceedings, and as long as a transcript is produced.Planning & Economic Development Committee and Audit and Control Committee Meetings. For the Planning & Economic Development Committee meeting on March 18, 2020 at 6 p.m. and the Audit & Control Committee meeting on March 19, 2020 at 8:35 a.m. the following guidelines will be followed:The meetings will be live-streamed on Facebook, which can be accessed on the County Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ChautauquaCountyGovernment/Although committee meetings will remain open to the public within reduced capacity limits, the public is encouraged to avoid attending the meetings in person, and to follow the meetings on live stream. In lieu of making a statement in person, any and all comments to the committees that would be presented under privilege of the floor should be emailed prior to the meeting to the Clerk of the Legislature at TampioK@co.chautauqua.ny.us . Emailed statements received by the Clerk shall be read during the privilege of the floor.County Legislature Meeting. For the Legislature meeting on March 25, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. the following guidelines will be followed:The meeting will be live-streamed on Facebook, which can be accessed on the County Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ChautauquaCountyGovernment/ .Although the Legislature meeting will remain open to the public within reduced capacity limits, the public is encouraged to avoid attending the meeting in person, and to follow the meeting on live stream. In lieu of making a statement in person, any and all comments to the Legislature that would be presented under either privilege of the floor should be emailed prior to the meeting to the Clerk of the Legislature at TampioK@co.chautauqua.ny.us. Emailed statements received by the Clerk shall be read during the appropriate privilege of the floor.Department of Health and Human Services Operations:Division of Social Services. Until further notice, the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services is encouraging all Social Services clients with an appointment in Mayville, Jamestown or Dunkirk, to not come in for scheduled appointments or nonemergency services. Negative actions will not be taken on the case as a result of missing an appointment. The Department is using this time to update our practices and ensure safe facilities for both clients and staff as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Applications, both certification (initial) and recertification for assistance should be mailed to Chautauqua County Department of Social Services 110 E. 4th Street, Jamestown, NY 14701 or 319 Central Avenue, Dunkirk New York 14048 or dropped off in either location – drop boxes are available. It is essential that all clients please include a working phone number so we can contact you for an interview by telephone. Emergency needs will still be addressed on site at our Dunkirk and Jamestown locations. The Department will communicate further updates as they develop.Human Resources Department and Civil Service Exams:Civil Service Exams. Due to recent public health and safety concerns, the Chautauqua County Department of Human Resources announces that ALL Chautauqua County Civil Service Exams scheduled to be held in Mayville, NY on March 21, 2020 and March 28, 2020, have been postponed. At this time we are unable to provide an alternate test date. All eligible applicants that received an admission letter for one of these exam dates will be notified by the Human Resources Office, Department of Civil Service, when an alternate test date has been determined.Human Resources Office. Effective March 18, 2020, the Chautauqua County Human Resources office will be closed for public access. Please contact the office at (716)753-4237 if you need assistance. We will take every effort to address needs in a timely manner.We ask for your cooperation and patience as we navigate the current health and safety concerns. Please be sure to stay informed of updates and additional employment information as it becomes available by checking the Chautauqua County website at www.co.chautauqua.ny.us then click on “Employment.”Probation Department Operations: The Probation Office in Mayville will be closed for the duration of this event. The Jamestown and Dunkirk offices will remain open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with public access by appointment only. Anyone with questions can call (716) 363-3640 or (716) 661-8011.Department of Public Facilities (DPF) Operations:DPF County Highway Transportation. The DPF County Highway Transportation operations in Falconer, Sheridan and Sherman will be closed starting March 18, 2020 until further notice. For any County Highway related issues, please call the county highway dispatch number (716) 661-8401 or alternatively the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s office at (716) 753-4232 as appropriate. County Highway personnel will be available to respond as needed to ensure the safety of the travelling public.The Falconer County Highway Administration building and the Division of Parks and Recreation will also be closed starting March 19, 2020 until further notice. Please see the county’s website for contact information for inquiries in these areas.County Landfill. The North, South, and West County Transfers Stations will be closed starting March 19, 2020. The County Landfill will continue to operate under normal operating hours and the Ellery Transfer Station will be open daily Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Chautauqua Area Regional Transit System (CARTS). CARTS will be adjusting public transportation services starting March 19, 2020. All Saturday City Route Service will be suspended until further notice. CARTS Rural Route Service will have modifications so call CARTS to find out further information. CARTS Demand Response will be operating but in a limited capacity for essential transportation only. Continue to check with CARTS at (716) 665-6466 or (716) 366-3500 or on our CARTS Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CARTS.NY for further updates and continuing changes.Jamestown and Dunkirk Airports. The Jamestown and Dunkirk Airports will remain open as normal with the Centric Aviation, the fixed based operator handling flight operations at both airports. However, the Jamestown Airport Terminal building will be closed to the public until further notice.“We appreciate our residents understanding and cooperation during this pandemic,” said Wendel. “Should more changes in county government operations arise, we will be sure to keep residents informed.” Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:Latin American countries have set a collective target of 70 percent renewable energy use by 2030, more than double what the European Union is planning, Colombia’s energy minister said, ahead of her country’s October renewables tender.Colombia presented the target at the United Nations Climate Action Summit this week, where world leaders were asked to deliver concrete proposals to combat climate change. The plan is meant to put Colombia and eight others in leadership roles ahead of the U.N. Santiago Climate Change Summit in December, energy minister Maria Fernanda Suarez told Reuters in a Tuesday interview.“It’s the most ambitious goal in terms of a global region. Right now, nine countries in the region have agreed to this plan and we will continue to get more countries to be part of this goal ahead of the upcoming summit,” she said, noting the European Union has set a renewable energy target of 32 percent.Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Colombia are part of the pact. Panama and Brazil are still weighing participation, Suarez said.Colombia aims to contribute 4 gigawatts of renewable energy toward the 2030 regional goal of 312 gigawatts, Suarez said.More: Latin America pledges 70 percent renewable energy, surpassing EU Group of Latin American countries sets goal of 70% green energy by 2030
Oil price crash could spur surge in geothermal power development FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享OilPrice.com:‘Geothermal is America’s untapped energy giant,’ the U.S. Department of Energy said in a report last year, highlighting in its analysis that this kind of “always-on” flexible renewable energy resource could grow 26-fold to generate 8.5 percent of U.S. electricity by 2050.Unlike wind and solar, geothermal energy is a 24/7 energy resource, but the technologies to explore and drill for resources and build facilities make geothermal energy more expensive than other renewables.Technology improvements and cost cuts in geothermal energy could come from what some would think is a most unexpected source—the oil industry, analysts and geothermal specialists say. The oil price crash is already hurting the oil industry, and it is set to hurt oilfield services providers even more, as U.S. exploration and production companies jammed on the brakes and announced 20-30 percent cuts in capital spending.It could be those services companies specialized in oil and gas drilling that could help geothermal development with their expertise in drilling in the ground, according to Tim Latimer, co-founder of geothermal assets developer and operator Fervo Energy.The geothermal supply chain significantly overlaps with oil and gas, because geothermal development initially consists of drilling wells into hot areas to produce steam, Latimer said in a Twitter thread after oil prices crashed and oil industry players began announcing cost and capex cuts en masse.“As much as 50% of the cost of geothermal comes from drilling, so a plunge in oil prices can drop costs dramatically,” Latimer said. The oil price crash and the expected reduction of drilling costs could reduce geothermal energy costs, Fervo Energy’s Latimer argues. “The drop in oil field services costs alone may send geothermal costs lower by 20% or more,” he said.[Tsvetana Paraskova]More: The oil price crash could trigger a geothermal energy boom
Brazil’s death toll from the new coronavirus surpassed 25,000 on Wednesday, as the country emerged as the latest epicenter in the global pandemic.The health ministry said it had confirmed 1,086 new deaths in the past 24 hours, the fifth time the daily toll has exceeded 1,000 since the crisis accelerated in Brazil a week ago.That pushed the nationwide death toll to 25,598. The country of 210 million people now has 411,821 confirmed cases of the virus, second only to the United States.Experts say under-testing means the real figures are probably much higher.President Jair Bolsonaro is facing mounting criticism over his response to the health and economic crisis.The far-right leader has downplayed the seriousness of the virus and railed against stay-at-home measures, arguing the economic fallout risks causing more damage than the virus itself. Topics : ‘Brazil’s worst war’Brazil is facing the crisis with an interim health minister, army general Eduardo Pazuello — the third person to hold the post in a month.His predecessor quit, reportedly because he disagreed with Bolsonaro on hydroxychloroquine. And the president fired the previous health minister, also after clashing over how to respond to the pandemic.Meanwhile, hospitals are dangerously close to the breaking point in the hardest-hit areas, and the outbreak is not expected to peak here until next month.”We are particularly concerned that the number of new cases reported last week in Brazil was the highest for a seven-day period since the outbreak began,” Carissa Etienne, director of the Washington-based Pan American Health Organization, said Tuesday.One of Brazil’s best-known doctors, the neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis, called it “the worst war Brazil has ever faced.””We never had an event like this. We never lost 25,000 people in a span of three months,” Nicolelis, who is coordinating the virus response in the impoverished and hard-hit northeast, told AFP.”We never got invaded in our history, but I’m referring to this virus as an invasion. It came like an invading army, and it’s invading the whole of the country.” But most state governments have stuck to the World Health Organization’s guidance and closed non-essential businesses.Sao Paulo, the country’s industrial hub and hardest-hit state, extended its stay-at-home Wednesday until June 15, though Governor Joao Doria announced a gradual reopening of “some activities” would be allowed from June 1.Bolsonaro has meanwhile pinned his hopes on the medication hydroxychloroquine, which — like US President Donald Trump — he has touted as a potential wonder drug against COVID-19.Brazil’s health ministry recommends doctors in the public health system prescribe hydroxychloroquine or a related drug, chloroquine, from the onset of COVID-19 symptoms.It said Monday it stood by that guideline, despite the WHO ending clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine over concerns about its safety and effectiveness against the coronavirus.
The home is just a short walk away from the water.The post-war home is a quick stroll away from the waterfront and with the main road connection to the Memorial Bridge it is ideal for anyone wanting to commute in to the city. The backyard entertaining area is perfect for a BBQ.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Set on a 607sq m allotment, the house retains its vintage cottage look, but previous owners have put their mark on it to keep it very modern. “The front deck was done by the lady in before us,” Mrs Bermingham said. The home has hardwood floors.“We removed that and put in the entertaining area.”The area is paved and unlike an undercover deck she said it can be used for lots of things. “It’s nice because it is not too restrictive,” she said. HOT PROPERTY: This Clontarf home will be going under the hammer.WHEN Claire Bermingham moved down to southeast Queensland from the top end, they did not want to be smack bang in the hustle and bustle.So after a few months renting they picked a simple three-bedder close to the water at Clontarf. “I was working in Brisbane and it was handy to be close to the city, but not be in the city,” Mrs Bermingham said.“It just had a good feel.” The home has been updated over the years.The couple made their own changes in their two years inside the home, including updating the bathroom. Outside they made some bigger changes when they removed a shed in the backyard to put in something a bit more family friendly. “It was falling apart and something of an eyesore,” she said. The layout is designed to embrace the bayside breezes.Some of her favourite things about the home is the storage, including the his and hers walk-in wardrobes in the master bedroom and the sea breezes that flow throughout.With the family planning on moving somewhere else, she said it would be ideal for an older couple looking to downsize.“It is really close to the golf course,” she said. The home at 69 Elizabeth Avenue will go to auction through LJ Hooker — Redcliffe on Saturday, June 9 at 3pm.
LocalNews Dominica hosts 51st Session of Caribbean MET Council by: – November 16, 2011 Mrs Sheryl Etienne-Leblanc. Image via: Dominica Meterological ServiceCaribbean Weather Officials are meeting in Dominica for the 51st Session of the Caribbean MET Council.Senior MET officer Sheryl Etienne-Leblanc says the official meeting which got underway here on Monday will discuss several issues.“This meeting is an annual meeting of metrological services. It comprise of three related meetings. The first two days the Boards of Governors where permanent secretaries met to discuss matters of programs and projects for the MET services within the Caribbean. On day three MET directors will meet to discuss matters and on Thursday and Fridays would be the meetings of ministerial councils where the ministers will discuss the projects and program,” she said.According to Leblanc budgetary issues, staffing and future programs and plans were also discussed.“These meetings are done annually where we come together and look at our needs and our shortcomings and where do we go from there based on issues across the region and the world. We try to put measures in place for the advancement of the MET offices across the Caribbean”, she added.Meantime an opening ceremony is carded for 9am on Thursday at the Fort Young Hotel.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share 29 Views no discussions Share Tweet Share
Jose Mourinho accepts there are frustrated and even unhappy individuals in the Chelsea dressing room but is confident such players are ready to help the team during this hectic festive period. It is a period Chelsea look well placed to succeed over due to the strength in depth at their disposal, which sees top-quality internationals amongst those having to wait patiently for a chance. Mourinho knows that brings with it a certain level of disgruntlement, yet believes it makes the players hungry and ready to bring the Blues success. “I’m very club, club, team, team, club, group [orientated],” the Portuguese said. “I think everybody has to be ready to sacrifice for the team, to give everything for the team, to think about the team, not to be selfish. This is the way I want a team to be. “I think it is right when you say that players are unhappy or players are frustrated, that they need to be patient. I don’t have a secret to keep players happy. “But the reality is that, to be professional and work at a high level, you don’t need to be happy. All of them are professionals. “The team is more important than themselves, and the club [is]. “Even the ones not playing like [Mark] Schwarzer, who hasn’t played a second, but if he has to play tomorrow he would be ready. Why? Because he is very professional and he trains very well. Press Association “We don’t have a secret to keep them happy because we don’t keep them happy. “We may have a secret to make them work every day at a high level.” One of those frustrated players appears to be Petr Cech, who this term has been displaced as number one by Thibaut Courtois. Mourinho says the long-serving Czech is one of the top three goalkeepers in the world, but would have no problem bringing a fit-again Courtois back in at Stoke. “I put the team up,” the Chelsea boss said when asked how Cech would find out. “It’s my decision and the players may not be happy with the decision, or not agree with the decision, but they know my decision is not to favour somebody or to punish somebody. “It’s what I think is best for the team at a certain moment. This is the way I do it. “It’s one of the first things I say to every squad at the beginning of the season: I don’t give explanations to players unless they ask me for one. “If somebody come to me and ask me to explain, obviously [no problem]. But, by principle, I don’t explain things. “I have to see if Courtois is 99 per cent or 100 per cent. If he’s 99 per cent he doesn’t play for sure. “I have to make life easy for me. If I explain to one, I have to give them all explanations. In Christmas, I’d spend all the time giving explanations.” Mourinho gave a curt response when one Chelsea player knocked on his door – “I said [the other guy] was playing better, closed door, goodbye” – and says even the likes of Mario Balotelli and Iker Casillas did not approach him at former clubs. “It’s the concept of helping the team,” he explained. “The one that comes on in the last five minutes, he can be a crucial player. “If he makes a mistake, the team loses. If he does well, the team wins. It is the concept of the team – everybody wins, everybody loses.” An exceptional start to the season means the west Londoners head to Stoke on Monday at the top of the Premier League and, in theory, able to win an unparalleled quadruple. Mourinho joked the only quadruple he is interested in right now is fourth consecutive victory in all competitions when the Blues play their first of five matches over the next 14 days .
Southampton are the club punching heaviest above their weight in the Premier League in terms of performance compared with wages paid to players while Chelsea are also over-achieving, latest figures have revealed. Saints are only ranked 16th in the top flight in terms of their wage bill – £55.2million – and yet are currently seventh in the Premier League. Chelsea are 10 points clear at the top of the table but are only the third-highest payers with a wage bill of £192.7million behind Manchester United (£215.8million) and Manchester City (£205million). Bottom-club Burnley’s wage bill is just £21.5million including £6million in promotion bonuses, one-tenth the size of United’s. The biggest under-achievers are QPR, with a £75.3million wage bill even from a season when they were in the Championship making them the eighth-highest payers – yet they are down at 19th in the Premier League table. QPR’s salary bill was almost twice what the club earned in total last season. The wages costs and profits or losses of all top-flight clubs for 2013/14 have now been confirmed via annual accounts posted at Companies House and overall there is a close correlation between total salary bill and league position, with the current top four in the Premier League also the four biggest payers. The combined accounts of the 20 clubs shows over overall turnover rose to £3.07billion from £2.3billion in 2012/13 with wages increasing too but at a slower rate and totalling £1.84billion compared with £1.59billion. The latest figure shows salaries account for 59.9 per cent of turnover compared with 71.7 per cent for the same 20 clubs a year before. The increase in income is mainly down to the Premier League’s lucrative television deal that came into effect for the first time last season. The cash injection has led to six clubs who were in the red in 2012/13 now being in the black. Apart from those clubs who were promoted from the Championship last season, only Manchester City, Aston Villa and Sunderland ended the 2013/14 season having made a financial loss. Premier League director of communications Dan Johnson said the clubs’ decision two years ago to introduce spending controls had also contributed to a positive financial outlook Johnson said: “There are two reasons for this. The first is increasing revenues and the second is the financial criteria the clubs have voted in two seasons ago which put financial sustainability at the heart of how they want to go forward.” The measures introduced by the clubs capped the amount they could use television money to pay for player costs. It also put a long-term limit on a club’s overall losses. The figures also show Sunderland are the ninth-highest payers but are 16th in the table. Premier League clubs’ financial figures for 2013/14 (2012/13 in brackets), in order of wage bills, all sums in £ sterling. Manchester United: wages 215.8m (180.5m); turnover 433.2m (363.1m); wages to turnover ratio 50 per cent (50 per cent); profit after tax 23.8m (146.4m). Manchester City: wages 205m (233.1m); turnover 346.5m (271m); wages to turnover ratio 59 per cent (86 per cent); loss after tax -22.9m (-51.6m loss). Chelsea: wages 192.7m (172.6m); turnover 319.8m (255.8); wages to turnover ratio 60 per cent (67 per cent); profit after tax 18.4m (-49.4m loss). Arsenal: wages 166.4m (154.5m); turnover 298.7m (242.8m); wages to turnover ratio 56 per cent (64 per cent); profit after tax 7.3m (5.8m). Liverpool: wages 144m (131m); turnover 256m (206m); wages to turnover ratio 56 per cent (63 per cent); profit after tax 0.4m (-49.9m loss). Tottenham: wages 100.4m (96.1m); turnover 180.5m (147.4m); wages to turnover ratio 56 per cent (65 per cent); profit after tax 65.3m (1.5m). Newcastle: wages 78.3m (61.7m); turnover 129.7m (66.5m); wages to turnover ratio 62 per cent (91 per cent); profit after tax 18.7m (9.9m). QPR wages 75.3m (78m); turnover 38.7m (60.6m) ; wages to turnover ratio 195 per cent (129 per cent); loss after tax -9.7m (operating loss 65.3m but £60m debt write off as one-off income injection) (-65.4m loss). Sunderland: wages 69.5m (57.9m); turnover 104.4m (75.5m); wages to turnover ratio 67 per cent (77 per cent); loss after tax -17.1m (-13m). Everton: wages 69.3m (63m); turnover 120.5m (86.4m); wages to turnover ratio 58 per cent (73 per cent); profit after tax 28.2m (1.6m) . Aston Villa: wages 69.3m (71.9m); turnover 116.9m (83.7.m); wages to turnover ratio 59 per cent (86 per cent); loss after tax -3.9m (-51.8m). West Brom: wages 65.4m (not available); turnover 86.8m (69.7m) ; wages to turnover ratio 75 per cent (not available); profit after tax 9m (£8,000). West Ham: wages 63.9m (56.2m); turnover 114.9m (89.8); wages to turnover ratio 56 per cent (63 per cent); profit after tax 10.3m (-3.5m loss). Swansea: wages 62.3m (48.1m); turnover 98.7 (67.1); wages to turnover ratio 64 per cent (72 per cent) profit after tax 1.7m (15.3m). Stoke: wages 60.6m (60.3m); turnover 98.3m (75.5m); wages to turnover ratio 67 per cent (77 per cent); profit after tax 3.8m (-31.1m loss). Southampton wages 55.2m (41.4m); turnover 106m (71.8m); wages to turnover ratio 59.3 per cent (65.5 per cent); profit after tax 33.4m (-7.1m loss). Crystal Palace: wages 45.7m (18.7m); turnover 90.4m (14.5m); wages to turnover ratio 50.5 per cent (124 per cent) profit after tax 17.2m (3.6m). Hull: wages 43.3m (25.9m); turnover 84.5m (11.1m); wages to turnover ratio 64 per cent (72 per cent); profit after tax 9.4m (-25.6m loss). Leicester: wages 36.3m (26.8m); turnover 31.2m (19.6m); wages to turnover ratio 116 per cent (136 per cent); loss after tax -20.8m (-34m). Burnley: wages £21.5m (£15.3m); turnover 19.6m (15.2m); wages to turnover ratio 110 per cent (100.6 per cent); loss after tax -4.2m (-7.8m). Press Association
A small “kitten” named Tito has stolen a lot of hearts but has a big secret, Inside Edition reports.The secret is that Tito is a wild puma.When Florencia Lobo and her brother discovered two babies abandoned near Santa Rosa de Leales, Argentina, they assumed they were two little kittens who had lost their mother.“We thought that it was an abandoned cat who had given birth,” Lobo told Reuters.The pair took the animals home, but only Tito survived.Two months later, Lobo took Tito to the vet for a check-up and was told he is not a kitten but a puma jaguarundi, which is a type of wild cat.Lobo has since brought Tito to a wildlife preserve where he can be cared for by experts and possibly released back into the wild.Lobo says she will never forget her time with Tito.
FASHION and sport apparel giant, Colours Boutique, continued its invaluable support of the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Championship, donating an assortment of team uniforms for each of the seven zones yesterday.The presentation occurred at the company’s Robb Street location and was conducted by company representative Creanna Damon.Sixteen sets of uniforms will be handed over to the teams entering the round of 16 stage in the Georgetown edition.Each team will receive seven shirts, and as many trunks and socks respectively, totalling 336 pieces overall.Receiving the uniforms on behalf of the tournament was Three Peat Promotions Rawle Welch, coordinator of the event’s Georgetown, East Coast Demerara and National Championships.Welch, during brief remarks, thanked the company for their vital support, which is integral to the overall and continued success of the tournament.According to Welch, “The value of this contribution cannot be understated. Colours Boutique must be commended for their continued assistance in the development of grassroots sports. The uniforms add an even higher layer of professionalism to what is the marquee and most anticipated street football tournament and we are exceptionally grateful for the contribution.”The event resumes tonight at the National Cultural Centre tarmac with the round-of-16 Fixtures.
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