first_imgNovember 15, 2004 On the Move November 15, 2004 On the Move On the Move Thomas M. Beverly has been appointed as assistant general counsel with the Office of General Counsel for the City of Jacksonville, and works in the General Litigation Department. Beverly may be reached at (904) 630-1836 or TBeverly@coj.net. Agustin (Gus) Corbella and Leslie Dughi joined Greenberg Traurig, LLP, in Tallahassee as governmental affairs professionals. Corbella joined the firm as director in the government affairs practice, and Dughi joined the firm as assistant director. James Goldsmith joined the Orlando office of Akerman Senterfitt as an associate in the corporate practice group. Nancy Stewig joined Bavol Judge, P.A., in Tampa as an associate. Stewig represents corporate entities in medical devices and pharmaceutical products liability litigation. Meredith A. McCall, Keith D. Skorewicz, and Courtenay S. Terrell have joined Bush, Ross, Gardner, Warren & Rudy, P.A., in Tampa. McCall focuses her practice on civil litigation, primarily in community association law. Skorewicz focuses on commercial litigation, general civil litigation, and appeals. Terrell concentrates in the areas of real estate development, real estate finance, commercial leasing, zoning and land use, and corporate transactional issues. Carole Joy Barice joined McGee & Mason, P.A., with offices in Brooksville and Spring Hill, as an associate. Barice focuses in the areas of land use, zoning, regulatory enforcement, local government law, and environmental law. J. Ray Poole has joined the firm of Eraclides, Johns, Hall, Gelman, Eikner & Johannessen, L.L.P. He will represent employers in all areas of labor and employment law. Offices are located at 4811 Atlantic Boulevard, Jacksonville 32207; phone: (904) 306-9955. Jean A. Ryan joined Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur, LLP, in Naples as a partner. Porter focuses in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, employment law, and construction litigation. Rhonda E. Parnell announced the opening of her new law office at 4250 Alafaya Trail, Suite 212-348, Oviedo 32765; phone (407) 306-9078. Parnell has a general practice in family law, adoptions, guardianships, wills and trusts, and juvenile dependency. Sherylle A. O. Gordon and Heui Young Choi joined Clarke Silverglate & Campbell in Miami as associates. Gordon focuses on complex, multi-party commercial and product liability litigation. Choi’s practice areas include employment law, and class action and product liability litigation. Todd R. Legon, S. Daniel Ponce, and Todd A. Fodiman have formed Legon, Ponce & Fodiman, P.A., The firm concentrates on trial law and complex commercial litigation, with offices at 1111 Brickell Ave., Suite 2150, Miami 33131; phone (305) 444-9991. Dennis S. Silver joined Bouldin King, P.A. in an of counsel position. The firm is located at 46 N. Washington Blvd., Suite 7, Sarasota 34236; phone (941) 906-7585. Glenn M. Mednick joined Hodgson Russ, LLP, in Boca Raton, as partner in its estates and trusts practice groups. Mednick focuses primarily in the areas of probate, trust, and guardianship litigation and administration. Mark N. O’Grady joined the trial division of the Office of the Public Defender in Bartow. Additionally, Craig J. Trocino joined the public defender appellate division. Jose I. Concepcion and Gail M. Cheatwood joined the Sebring office’s trial division. Nicholas C. Mohr and Brooke E. Beebe also joined the trial division. Patrick B. Calcutt and Kathleen M. Calcutt of Calcutt & Calcutt, P.A., have relocated their offices to165 5th Avenue NE, St. Petersburg 33701. Kathleen Calcutt practices adoption law. Patrick Calcutt handles criminal defense matters, complex civil litigation, and appeals. Brandon Banks has joined the Orlando office of Akerman Senterfitt as an associate in the litigation group. Ernesto A. Luciano has joined HBO Latin America Group as senior director, corporate legal affairs in Coral Gables. Luciano focuses on corporate, transactional, cable television, international, media and entertainment law. Neville F. Dastoor has become an associate with Zinober & McCrea, and focuses on labor and employment law matters. Hodgson Russ, LLP, with offices at Carnegie Hall Tower, 152 W. 57th Street, announced Arthur J. Roth has become a special consultant to the firm. Stephenie M. Biernacki, Timothy Cerio, Scott R. Lilly, and Michael J. Vitoria of GrayRobinson in Tampa were promoted to shareholders in the firm. Heather R. Ambrose, Christopher M. Garrett, L. Javan Grant, David V. Gubbini, A. Hinton Johnson, Timothy F. May, Matthew G. Mercer, Michelle M. Moore, Robert E. Pinder, Matthew R. Ringler, Anna C. Shea, J. Ellsworth Summers, Jr., Teresa Thornton-Hill, and Amanda Parker Wilhelm have joined Rogers Towers, P.A., with offices in Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Marjorie J. Maginnis joined Michael P. Chase, P.A., forming The Law Offices of Maginnis and Chase. Maginnis concentrates her practice in the areas of employment, administrative, and appellate law. She will practice in the firm’s Palm Beach Gardens office at 800 Village Square Crossing, Suite 109, Palm Beach Gardens 33410. Steven W. Cutler, Lawrence S. Litow, and Daniel A. Zabludowski joined Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP, in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. Litow concentrates in the areas of banking, real estate, fraud, and probate and trust law. Cutler focuses on developing and implementing state, federal and international tax and estate planning strategies. Zabludowski concentrates on international commercial/business transactions, business structuring, and wealth preservation. Bruce E. Sands joined Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., as an associate in the Ft. Myers office. Sands’ practice will include real estate transactions, business law, and lender law.last_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Potato barns inspired the abstract look of the new Parrish Art Museum, the elongated structure with the twin white roofs and pale gray concrete walls sprouting from a field near the Duck Walk Vineyards in Water Mill. The museum, which officially opened in November, could soon blossom into a global destination for contemporary art on the East End.“After a few months of operation, everyone will know where we are!” says museum director Terrie Sultan, a sprightly, energetic woman with short-cropped hair and large, luminous eyes, who’s been a curator of contemporary art at the prestigious Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the director of the Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston.LONG AND LEAN: The sleek new Parrish Art Museum has taken root in Water Mill (above) with spacious galleries (right) and a large terrace (below) that is full of possibilities.(All photos courtesy of Parrish Art Museum)At the Parrish, Sultan is busy overseeing preparations for February’s “Family Month,” highlighted by its student art show, which runs from Feb. 2 to March 3 and features work from public and private schools in Riverhead, Southampton, East Hampton, Southold and Brookhaven. An annual tradition, it began when the museum occupied a much smaller, although more ornate building on Jobs Lane in the Village of Southampton. Samuel Longstreth Parrish, a Philadelphia-born, Harvard-educated successful New York lawyer, had built it in 1898 to house his collection of Italian Renaissance paintings and plaster casts of classic sculptures.“His love of Italian art transformed his life,” says Sultan.Parrish wanted his museum to both educate and edify the public. But after he died, the Great Depression hit hard and his heirs could not keep it going, so they gave the building and his collection to the village. The Art Gallery of Southampton, as it was known, languished under benign neglect until the 1950s when the village trustees turned for help to a prominent civic-minded resident, Rebecca Bolling Littlejohn, a very important collector of American art who was then in her 80s.“In a way, they got more than they bargained for,” says Sultan, because Littlejohn changed the focus of the museum, eventually donating 300 pieces from her own collection. “She felt—and rightly so—that the mission and goals of this institution should be more located in the creativity in the area where we are.”But the problem with the Jobs Lane location was always its limited space, some 17,000 square feet—so there was never room to show more than a smattering of its permanent collection, which now numbers 2,700 pieces. The museum’s plans to expand met with local resistance and so the board decided to move.After the 14-acre site in Water Mill was bought in 2005, plans were in place for a cluster of connected art studios that, all told, would cost more than $80 million to construct. But then in 2008, the recession struck—just months after Sultan had taken the Parrish position. And so, like President Barack Obama, Sultan says, “The job I campaigned for is not the one I got.” But she found solace in a sentiment uttered by Obama’s fiery chief of staff (and now Chicago mayor) Rahm Emanuel, who famously said, “Never let a crisis go to waste.”The total square footage was scaled back from 44,000-square feet to its present 34,000-square feet, and the new building wound up costing $26.2 million to complete.“What changed is the envelope,” explains Sultan.Instead of 64 exterior walls, now there are four, yet the basic materials from the more ambitious design—concrete, steel and glass—remain.Making the structure reflect the “vernacular architecture of the area,” as Sultan described it, was one of the goals of the Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron, who drew upon the “long potato barns” in the East End.In many ways, the new Parrish is an amazing space, some 613 feet in length and almost 100 feet wide. At one end is a state-of-the-art theatre with movable seating to accommodate performances, lectures and presentations, plus a 6,000-square foot terrace off the café—perfect for warmer weather—with a view of the nearby vineyard. At the other end is an open office space for the museum staff with large picture windows. A long corridor, called the spine, runs down the middle of the museum, dividing the exhibit spaces, which have an abundance of skylights thanks to the double roofs overhead.“We wanted a building that would make a statement but not get in the way of the art,” she says.On a recent wintery day, the museum echoed with the laughter and voices of kids who’d come there on a field trip.“Look at what they have access to!” exclaims Sultan, proudly. “They don’t have to get on a bus and go for two hours to the city to see great masterworks of art!”The permanent collection spans the 19th century to the present. The museum is currently showcasing the works of William Merritt Chase, the American impressionist, and Eric Fischl, the realist painter. In an exhibit space called “Look Again” stands a large rectangular sculpture of crumpled red car fenders and molded shiny chrome done in 2010 by John Chamberlain, who had a studio on Shelter Island.“This is a place that has inspired generations of creativity, not only in the visual arts,” says Sultan. “There’s a tremendous writers’ community out here, there’s a huge contingent of musicians—both classical and contemporary—there are film people, there are fashion people… So out here you have a community that is unlike any community in the world, and it all comes together with this incredible creativity. And we want to be a part of that!”After the student art exhibit closes, the next special attraction will be a full-scale retrospective—from 1972 to the present—of drawings by Alice Aycock, a major contemporary American sculptor, whose work has been shown in museums and galleries around the world.“She’s known as a sculptor but this woman can draw!” says Sultan with a broad smile.Aycock’s show runs from April 21 to July 14; starting July 21 is an exhibit called “Angels, Demons and Savages: Pollock, Ossorio, Dubuffet,” running through Oct. 27.The Parrish Art Museum is located at 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. For more information, call 631-283-2118 or visit www.parrishart.org.last_img read more

first_imgCommunity financial institutions (FIs) have been compiling data for years. These caches of information contain valuable insights into consumers’ behaviors, potential fraud risks and optimal business strategies. Many times, however, FIs do not have the proper tools or resources in place to make use of their data. As the utilization of data analytics tools rapidly becomes a baseline for competition, more and more FIs are making plans to put their data to use in 2016.Both large and small FIs are turning to data as a means to a competitive edge in the marketplace. The advanced data analytics software available today allows them to do more robust modeling, data manipulation, testing and execution without making a huge investment. Although larger FIs continue to have the upper hand in terms of size and available resources, smaller FIs are catching up. They too are recognizing the necessity of matching advanced technology with highly skilled individuals prepared to evolve their skillsets.Several uses for data analytics tools are particularly attractive to FIs looking to grow their businesses in 2016. The following are just a few examples:Improve the consumer experience: FIs need to know more about their consumers to deliver memorable, personalized and engaging experiences. By gathering consumer data, such as demographic information, purchasing behaviors and online activity, FIs can better tailor promotional materials and product offerings to meet their consumers’ needs. continue reading » 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

first_imgIf your organization is looking for ways to increase its deposit base, then offering IRAs could be the perfect solution. According to a recent study by the Investment Company Institute, in 2018 almost one-third (43 million) of U.S. households owned some type of IRA (including Traditional, Roth, SEP, and SIMPLE IRAs). And by the end of March 2019, IRAs held an estimated $9.4 trillion in assets. Think about how much revenue your organization could generate from holding just a fraction of these assets. For example, offering IRAs may allow your organization to offer new fee-based services and transactions. Offering IRAs may also attract new clients that have additional needs, such as taking out loans or mortgages or opening a new credit card. If your organization isn’t yet offering IRAs, now’s the perfect time to start. Not sure where or how to begin? Read the following suggestions—and start the path toward increasing your IRA business. Educate StaffEducation is everything. IRAs can be easy to offer, but harder to service well. If your staff understands how IRAs work, however, the path to IRA success is much smoother. Consider whether your associates need additional IRA training. If the answer is “yes,” think about the type of training that may benefit your associates the most. Fortunately, there are multiple training options, as described next. Internal TrainingIf your organization has an experienced IRA specialist, consider enlisting that expert to train other associates. Having your own IRA specialist train and mentor other associates can help ensure that your organization’s internal procedures are followed and that IRS requirements are met. External TrainingIf your organization is new to IRAs, or if you have a large number of associates who need to improve their IRA knowledge, then you may want to give your associates more in-depth training. Perhaps you should consider sending some of your staff to external seminars—or have an instructor come to your organization for on-site training. Online self-paced learning courses can also be an easy, efficient way to train both new hires and more experienced staff. Online courses give associates control over the time, pace, and place for their education. Online courses may also be more cost efficient, as your associates won’t incur travel expenses.Simplify the Establishment Process Some organizations mistakenly believe that establishing an IRA is a complicated, time-consuming process. But it’s not. There are ways to ensure that the establishment process runs smoothly. For example, if your organization chooses to process all IRA transactions internally, think about providing a procedural manual to associates.  A procedural manual describes IRA procedures according to the IRS rules and regulations. In addition, a procedural manual can detail specific operations unique to your organization, including the forms used to validate transactions and to establish IRAs. And don’t let the idea of a “procedural manual” scare you away. This tool could start as a simple checklist that can grow into a more comprehensive manual, which can serve both as a reference for answering basic IRA questions and as a guide for consistency in IRA operations.If your organization doesn’t want the responsibility of opening and maintaining IRAs, consider using a third-party vendor to do it for you. This way you can enjoy the best of both worlds—you can grow your IRA business with little to no extra work for your associates.Promote IRAs IRA assets are growing for a variety of reasons—rollovers from retirement plans, generational savings trends, higher interest rates—and all of them present ways for your financial organization to gain new deposits. But just reacting to the marketplace isn’t enough. To capitalize on these opportunities, you must take affirmative steps—starting with promoting IRAs to the right audience.Retiring Baby BoomersAs far as IRA contributions go, rollovers are king. The “U.S. Retirement Markets 2018” Cerulli Report shows that from 2012 to 2017, rollovers from employer-sponsored retirement plans accounted for almost 96 percent of total Traditional IRA contributions. Rollovers will continue to grow as more workers retire. Over the next 10 years, 10,000 baby boomers will turn 65 every day.  Many of them will be looking for somewhere to put their employer plan savings. According to an Investment Company Institute research report, in 2016, the average Traditional IRA rollover amount for individuals ages 65‒69 was $183,041. Knowing the portability rules and their potential consequences can aid your organization in capturing these large rollover amounts.Job ChangersMost U.S. workers no longer spend their entire career at the same company. In fact, many workers change jobs—or even careers—several times before retiring. According to a Bureau of Labor Statistics Economic News Release, the median employee tenure was 4.2 years in January 2018. At that time, only 30 percent of male workers and 28 percent of female workers had been with their current employer for 10 years or more.If a client mentions that she is relocating or changing jobs, take advantage of the opportunity by discussing her rollover options. Simply let her know what her options are and suggest she talk to a tax advisor to decide which option (if any) is right for her.Children as IRA OwnersRight now you may be thinking “children can’t have IRAs.” But it is possible. The IRS sets very few restrictions on IRA contributions. For a Traditional IRA, an individual need only have earned income and be under age 70½; a Roth IRA also requires an individual to have earned income, but it must be below a certain threshold. Consider the case of a child with a summer job. (Let’s assume that the child’s pay is reported on an IRS Form W-2. In other words, there is proper documentation that the pay qualifies as eligible compensation—instead of a series of cash transactions.) The child contributes $250 each month ($3,000 annually) to an IRA from age 14 to age 18. If the IRA has an average 5 percent rate of return, the child could earn up to $358,450 by age 65. And if the child contributed to a Roth IRA, all the money could come out tax free.Obviously not all children can to contribute to an IRA. But for those who are eligible, Traditional and Roth IRAs are smart choices for long-term, tax-deferred growth. Consider sending information (e.g., brief articles, flyers, emails,) to the parents of children who already have savings accounts at your organization. Even if their children can’t contribute to an IRA now, they may be able to in a few years—and your organization will be the one they turn to.See an Increase in Business$9.4 trillion in assets. That’s a considerable amount of money—some of which could be coming to your organization. If you’re not currently doing everything you can to expand your IRA business, don’t wait any longer. Use the tips discussed in this article to come up with new ways to increase the number of IRAs at your organization. Then watch your profits grow. 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jennifer Bassett Jennifer Bassett is a Senior Editor in the ERISA department at Ascensus. As a Senior Editor, Jennifer contributes to many of Ascensus’ printed and online publications, education materials, and client … Web: www.ascensus.com Detailslast_img read more

first_imgLawmakers in Washington passed the US$2.2 trillion CARES Act in March to blunt the pandemic’s blow and are working on another massive spending bill. Fitch predicted the deficit will hit 20 percent of GDP this year before scaling back to 11 percent of GDP in 2021 as the spending measures conclude.”It is a truism that the US government cannot run out of money to service its debts,” Fitch said. “However, there is a potential (albeit remote) risk of fiscal dominance if debt-to-GDP spirals, posing risks to US economic dynamism and reserve currency status.”Adding to the uncertainty is the divided state of politics in Washington ahead of elections in November in which President Donald Trump is standing for a second term.Fitch warned of the consequences if Congress and the White House can’t agree in coming years on a path to stabilizing the US’s finances.”Political polarization may weaken institutions and reduces the scope for bipartisan cooperation, hindering attempts to address structural issues… but also longer-term fiscal challenges,” the agency said.Topics : Ratings agency Fitch on Friday downgraded the outlook for the United States to negative from stable, warning of high debt and deficits made worse by the coronavirus downturn.”The outlook has been revised to negative to reflect the ongoing deterioration in the US public finances and the absence of a credible fiscal consolidation plan,” Fitch said in a statement.The US is home to the world’s worst coronavirus outbreak, which has caused tens of millions of layoffs and a historic 32.9 percent collapse in GDP in the second quarter after businesses closed to stop the spread of COVID-19. Though it expected the US would suffer a less-severe downturn this year than other comparable economies, Fitch said its decision to change its outlook reflected concerns of both mounting debt and policy gridlock.”High fiscal deficits and debt were already on a rising medium-term path even before the onset of the huge economic shock precipitated by the coronavirus. They have started to erode the traditional credit strengths of the US,” Fitch said.The agency affirmed the US’s AAA rating but said it expected government debt to hit 130 percent of GDP by 2021. The bill may stabilize from 2023, but only if interest rates remain low, and “it is uncertain whether very low market rates will persist once growth and inflation pick up,” and rising health care and social security costs could also threaten the stability, Fitch said.last_img read more

first_imgTopics : In accordance with the Greek judicial process, the filing nullifies Maguire’s conviction and United confirmed there will be a full retrial in a more senior court.”An appeal against yesterday’s verdict was lodged this morning by Harry’s legal team,” a United spokesperson said in a statement.”This means that Harry has no criminal record and is once again presumed innocent until proven guilty. Accordingly, he is not subject to any international travel restrictions.”The case will be retried within the next two years by a court on the nearby island of Syros, sources close to the process told Reuters. Following the verdict, Maguire, who was not present at the trial, said in a statement: “I remain strong and confident regarding our innocence in this matter – if anything myself, family and friends are the victims.”Maguire’s brother Joe and friend Christopher Sharman were also found guilty of offences related to the incident and received suspended prison sentences. They denied any wrongdoing.England coach Gareth Southgate withdrew Maguire from his squad for next month’s Nations League matches against Iceland and Denmark.Ioannis Iakovos Paradisis, the lawyer who represented the police officers on Tuesday, confirmed an appeal had been filed on behalf of all three men.He said that since the case will be heard again, the defendants will have the opportunity to appear in court this time and provide explanations.”Even if they believe that they are innocent, they could have said they are sorry,” Paradisis said. center_img Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has been granted a full retrial after appealing against Greek court convictions on multiple charges following a brawl on the island of Mykonos last week, the Premier League club said on Wednesday.England defender Maguire was found guilty of repeated bodily harm, attempted bribery, violence against public employees and insult after his arrest in a brawl in which two police officers were assaulted.The 27-year-old was handed a suspended prison sentence of 21 months and 10 days.last_img read more

first_imgBrisbane is tipped to experience continued property price growth this year and in 2019.WHILE the pace of property price growth has slowed, experts are predicting that seven southeast Queensland areas will experience above-average growth this year.The latest survey of property industry experts by NAB revealed Brisbane, Coomera, Gold Coast, Southport, Springfield, Sunshine Coast and Tarragindi were tipped to enjoy stronger price growth.NAB economists have forecast that Brisbane house prices will increase by 1.7 per cent this year, second only to Hobart, which is tipped to experience a 6.5 per cent increase.It also predicted house prices would rise by 2 per cent in Brisbane in 2019.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoSuburbs tipped for above average growth: NABNAB chief economist Alan Oster said sentiment toward the housing market had continued to strengthen in Queensland, while it had dropped in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and the Northern Territory.He said property experts were bullish about stronger property price growth in Queensland.Although he said NAB’s view was that in the unit market there would still be some weakness along the aster seaboard with prices expected to fall in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.Mr Oster expected interest rates to start rising gradually later this year, although that could potentially be delayed until 2019.last_img read more

first_imgA proposal for a new set of figures to be reported by Swiss Pensionskassen has been rejected by the Swiss government for cost reasons.Two years ago, consultancy PPCmetrics was commissioned by the Swiss government to look into the financial figures currently reported by Swiss Pensionskassen.It was to determine whether these figures gave an indication of the true economic situation of a pension fund and which indicators might make their reports more comparable.The final report by PPCmetrics has now been published (see link below), and includes a proposal for new key figures to be reported by the Pensionskassen. The suggestion was that these would allow the supervisory authorities to devise a traffic-light system to identify and monitor those pension funds whose financial sustainability is compromised. However, the government has decided it will not make any new set of key figures mandatory.“For the government it is questionable whether the profit of a unified model would justify the costs,” it said in a press release.Lukas Riesen, partner at PPCmetrics, thought it was question of political will more than costs.“The government has decided against increased transparency,” he told IPE.He added: “The basic information for the figures we proposed is already being calculated by the pension funds – it would have been a simplification to concentrate on a few meaningful figures.”In their report PPCmetrics found that many figures currently reported by the pension funds were not really helpful.Current standard indicators like the funding level do not take into account the technical parameters applied to calculate it or the ratio of active to retired members in a fund.Riesen does not think any supervisory body will go against the government’s position by prescribing the use of the proposed new set of key indicators. “But the economic reality will force many pension funds to look at their true financial status,” he said.According to him many pension funds and also some supervisory authorities that are “taking risk management seriously” are already calculating economically true funding levels and other amended benchmark figures.“Our set of key figures takes a longer-term look at the financial situation of a pension fund both from the perspective of a provider as well as that of an active member,” he explained.Under current regulations pension funds are free to report funding levels based on any parameters they choose, but an economically true valuation would mean they have to report a lower funding level.,Supporting documents Click link to download and view these files PPC Metrics Feasibility Study (with English language summary)PDF, Size 1.49 mblast_img read more

first_imgThere could be a reunion between manager Antonio Conte and winger Victor Moses in the event of the Leonardo Spinazzola- Matteo Politano swap deal between the Inter Milan and Roma falling through. According to  Sky Sports Italia, Inter remains in talks with Roma over a swap deal with Spinazzola and Politano, however, it appears the deal is under threat with a last-minute change to the terms of the agreement. Conte has reportedly set his sights on Moses if the two parties are unable to agree. Read Also:Victor Moses scores, assists despite ear injury Moses made 78 appearances in all competition under Conte, scoring eight goals with eight assists. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesHere Are The Best Movies Since 1982 You Should Definitely SeeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsTop 10 Female Disney Villains You’ll Definitely Fall In Love WithWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Can You Recognize These Cute Celeb Baby Faces?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them Moses spent two successful seasons under Conte at Chelsea (2016–2018) where they won the Premier League and FA Cup. The 29-year-old Nigerian is currently on loan at Fenerbahce from Chelsea but could link up with his former boss.Advertisement Loading… last_img read more

first_imgRushville, In. — A report from the Rushville Republican says mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus have been found there. Health departments from Rush County and the State of Indiana confirmed that several specimens have tested positive.State officials now say West Nile has been identified in 43 of 92 counties in Indiana. No human cases of the sickness have been reported in Rush County.State officials offer the following advice:When possible, avoid places and times when mosquitoes bite.Use an insect repellant containing DEET (N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide).Wear shoes, socks, long pants and a long-sleeved shirt when outdoors for long periods of time, or from dusk to dawn, when mosquitoes are most active. Clothing should be light colored and made of tightly woven materials to keep mosquitoes away from the skin.Make sure all windows and doors have screens, and that all screens are in good repair.Use mosquito netting when sleeping outdoors or in an unscreened structure.Mosquitoes breed in standing water. Even a small bucket that has stagnant water in it for seven days can become home to up to 1,000 mosquitoes.For more prevention information please click here.last_img read more