first_img WhatsApp Donegal second highest in country with buildings under construction Previous articleDetectives make fresh appeal for information in relation to Connall Kerrigan’s deathNext articleMan sustains broken nose and facial injuries in Derry assault admin Google+ Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Facebook Facebook Homepage BannerNews Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest Google+center_img Pinterest Donegal had a housing turnover rate of 1.4%, the second lowest turnover rate in Ireland, according to new research published by GeoDirectory today.Unsurprisingly, the Capital had the highest average transaction price (€342,284) in the country over the 12 months from June 2014 to June 2015. There was 1,190 transactions in Donegal with an average price of €102,848.Donegal was also ranked second in Ireland with 12% of all buildings under construction in the country.Dara Keogh, CEO with GeoDirectory has more details:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/dara1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By admin – August 26, 2015 WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

first_img WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows By News Highland – December 21, 2017 Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Facebook Pinterest Harps come back to win in Waterford DL Debate – 24/05/21 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Twittercenter_img News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Police in Derry are appealing for witnesses following a serious road traffic collision on the Clooney Road last night.The road remains closed this morning with diversions in place.In a statement Inspector Mark Knowles said that police received a report of a one-vehicle road traffic collision close to the Enagh turn-off, between the Gransha roundabout and the Maydown roundabout, involving a silver-coloured Renault Clio at around 9:45pm.A female, aged in her 20s and who was a passenger in the car, sustained injuries to her head and neck and was taken to hospital where she remains.A male, aged 18, was arrested on suspicion of a number of driving related offences and remains in custody, helping police with their enquiries.Police are appealing to anyone who was on the Clooney Road last night around the time of the collision and witnessed the collision, or who saw the vehicle travelling on the Clooney Road, to contact police at Strand Road on the non-emergency number 101. Twitter Google+ Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Update: Police appeal for witnesses to overnight crash in Derry Previous articleGAA Programme – Donegal’s Michael MurphyNext articleLight at the end of the tunnel for Donegal cinema complex News Highland last_img read more

first_img Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Facebook Facebook Homepage BannerNews News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme WhatsApp Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows By News Highland – January 29, 2019 Twittercenter_img Google+ Man remains in custody after a major drugs seizure in Kerrykeel Previous articleCouncil back motion supporting nurses in strike actionNext articleVictims of horror crash to be laid to rest on Thursday News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest A man remains in custody this morning after a major drugs seizure in Kerrykeel. Gardaí from Milford, supported by the Regional Armed Support Unit searched a house in Kerrykeel shortly after 12 midday yesterday.Gardaí discovered a cannabis growing operation and seized cannabis plants with an estimated street value in excess of €400,000.A man in his 30s was arrested at the scene and is currently detained at Milford Garda Station. Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applicationslast_img read more

first_imgABC News(WEYMOUTH, Mass.) —  A Massachusetts police officer, Army veteran and father of two who died this weekend after being shot by his own weapon would have marked his six-year anniversary on the force Monday, authorities said.Weymouth police officer Michael Chesna and a local resident died in the incident Sunday.The alleged gunman, 20-year-old Emanuel “Manny” Lopes, is in police custody but has not appeared in court.The deadly shootings just outside Boston took place after Weymouth police responded to a report of an erratic driver and found a crashed BMW, the Norfolk District Attorney’s office said. The BMW driver had fled on foot, prosecutors said.Officers, including Chesna, were searching for the driver when they found Lopes vandalizing a home, according to prosecutors.Chesna drew his gun and issued commands to Lopes before Lopes then allegedly hit Chesna in the head with a rock, prosecutors said.When Chesna fell to the ground, Lopes allegedly took his gun and repeatedly shot the officer in the head and body, prosecutors said.Another officer arrived and shot Lopes in the leg, prosecutors said.Lopes then fled with Chesna’s gun to a nearby home where he allegedly killed a woman, prosecutors said.Authorities did not release the slain resident’s name, but The Boston Globe identified her as Vera Adams, 77.“She was just a wonderful, wonderful person. Do anything for you,” Sandra Boucher, a sister of Adams’ late husband, told the Globe.Chesna, 42, an Army veteran, leaves behind a wife and two children ages 9 and 4, Weymouth Police Chief Richard Grimes said Sunday.Monday would have marked is six-year anniversary with the department, Grimes said.Chesna was a native of Weymouth but, according to ABC Boston affiliate WCVB-TV, had no concerns about enforcing the law among old acquaintances.“I have a job to do,” the slain officer had said, according to WCVB-TV.The on-duty officer’s death has left the community in mourning, with an outpouring of support from the governor, FBI, state police and local district attorney.“This is an awful day for Weymouth and for Massachusetts,” District Attorney Michael Morrissey said in a statement Sunday. “Our hearts are very much with the surviving families of these victims.”Col. Kerry Gilpin, superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, said in a statement, said, “I offer our deepest condolences to the family of Officer Chesna, the family of the Weymouth woman who was also killed, and the Weymouth Police Department.”She added: “The State Police Detective Unit for Norfolk County, the State Police Crime Scene Services Section, and the State Police Ballistics Section, and our State Police Crime Lab will work tirelessly alongside District Attorney Morrissey and the Weymouth Police Department to speak for these two victims by holding the defendant accountable for these horrific crimes.”Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said, “I am deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Officer Chesna and an innocent bystander today and my thoughts and prayers are with their families, loved ones and the Weymouth [Police Department] after this tragic loss.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

first_img Previous Article Next Article Don’t be a spectator in your own organisationOn 7 Jan 2003 in Personnel Today This year starts with a rickety economy, a host of business pressures andthree key challenges for HR professionals with an international remit. Sure, our companies must think globally and act globally – that old sayingstill applies and is true. But from an HR perspective, we have to be morefocused on what makes sense out on the streets surrounding our internationaloffices. In those situations, our understanding and managing of our local employeesis what will really be our differentiator. Force-fitting corporate edicts, no matter how cool they sound in London orNew York, doesn’t always help things in Liaoning or Nice. It is essential thatHR is the evangelist for locally relevant, locally helpful practices. HR has toresist planetary roll-outs of headquarter-centric policies, and ensurecompanies have thought through the local impact of business policies andpractices and adjusted them accordingly. A second challenge is to make sure your development as an HR professionalkeeps pace with the profession. Invest in yourself, but be sure you are notshortsighted when doing so. Don’t look at learning in terms of what you need inorder to do your job today, think of what you need to do the job you want to bedoing in three to five years time. As the philosopher Lucy van Pelt once noted:”There is utopia in myopia.” Don’t let that be you. This need to keep pace was demonstrated to me when I visited China a coupleof weeks ago to teach HR courses in Shenzhen and Shanghai. I was pleasantlysurprised to find that the two courses attracted about 120 people. China continues to wrestle with rapid change – some driven by the WorldTrade Organisation and some an offshoot of the country’s economic coming out.For HR people this means rapidly identifying, growing, and then effectivelyretaining skillsets that can compete with global brands in a variety of sectorsand countries. Are you, sitting comfortably in London, as passionate about yourprofessional development? But the most important challenge we can all take up is making sure we arecentral to the business. Of course, we need to have our administrative housefully in order before anyone will hear us, but we’ve been cleaning up thatproblem for the last year or so, right? If not, we must get that front-end ofHR working smoothly, or everything else could be for naught. Once that is done – especially for HR professionals with a global remit –being at the front and centre, and being engaged in the core business issues inyour different countries, are the keys to professional success. Lead theprocess, don’t just be a spectator. By Lance Richards, Board director, SHRM Global Forum Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

first_imgThe acquisition includes more than 5,500 miles (8,851km) of interstate gas transmission pipelines Dominion Energy is also selling its stake in Questar Pipelines. (Credit: Mike Benna on Unsplash) Dominion Energy has announced the completion of the the sale of the majority of its gas transmission and storage assets to Berkshire Hathaway Energy, an affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway.The assets have been sold for or approximately $2.7bn in cash and the transaction also includes the transfer of approximately $5.3bn of related indebtedness.The acquisition includes more than 5,500 miles (8,851km) of interstate gas transmission pipelines and about 775 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of gas storage.It also includes 25% stake of Cove Point LNG – an LNG export, import and storage facility in Maryland, while Dominion Energy will own the 50% of Cove Point.With the transaction is now closed, Berkshire Hathaway Energy will operate the Cove Point facility, which is one of six LNG export facilities in the US.Dominion Energy to reduce its debt by about $6bn with the saleDominion Energy is also selling its stake in Questar Pipelines to Berkshire Hathaway Energy. The deal is expected to be completed by early 2021 after the receipt of Hart-Scott-Rodino clearance.The company has already received a cash payment of about $1.3bn for of the sale. Upon completion of the follow-up transaction, approximately $430m of related debt will be transferred to Berkshire Hathaway Energy.The transactions are expected to reduce Dominion Energy’s debt by nearly $6bn. In July, Berkshire Hathaway Energy had agreed to acquire Dominion Energy’s natural gas transmission and storage business in a deal valued at  $9.7bn.Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Dominion Energy serves more than 7 million customers in 16 states with electricity or natural gas.last_img read more

first_img Share this article View post tag: Cod Photo: Squadron plank owners reveal the new logo for Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Squadron 30 Titans (VRM-30) at the establishment ceremony. Photo: US Navy View post tag: US Navy View post tag: VRM 30 View post tag: CMV-22 The US Navy established Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Squadron (VRM) 30 – its first CMV-22B squadron – in a ceremony at Naval Base Coronado on December 14.VRM-30 was established to begin the navy’s transition from the C-2A Greyhound, which has provided logistics support to aircraft carriers for four decades, to the CMV-22B, which has an increased operational range, greater cargo capacity, faster cargo loading/unloading, increased survivability and enhanced beyond-line-of-sight communications compared to the C-2A.The establishment of the squadron follows a $4,2 billion contract from July this year, which will see Boeing deliver 39 CMV-22B aircraft for the US Navy, among other V-22 tiltrotor aircraft deliveries.“Where no instructions existed, no patch existed, no ‘here’s how we are going to perform our duties everyday’ existed, this team will define that. And it’s exciting because we can establish right off the bat those best practices,” said Vice Adm. DeWolfe H. Miller III, Commander, Naval Air Forces. “This platform is our future and when you look at the nature of the future fight, we need that versatility, that flexibility that’s going to be provided in every subsequent squadron that transitions.”The first CMV-22B aircraft are scheduled to be delivered to the squadron in FY20. While VRM-30 awaits the arrival of the CMV-22B, navy pilots and maintainers will train with the United States Marine Corps, which has flown the MV-22 since 2007. As the C-2A squadrons stand down, their pilots and aircrew will transition to the CMV-22B. The final C-2A squadron is scheduled to stand down in FY24.The CMV-22B is the US Navy version of the V-22 Osprey, a multi-engine, dual-piloted, self-deployable, medium lift, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) tilt-rotor aircraft.Photo: Bell Boeinglast_img read more

first_imgWithin the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre lies a tiny chapel built over the spot St Helena identified as the tomb of Christ. The holiest shrine in the Orthodox faith, it is host to the most controversial and divisive ceremony in the Christian world. On the night before Pascha – the Orthodox Easter that is dated as the first Sunday after the Spring Equinox and Jewish Passover – the Patriarch of Jerusalem descends into a tiny aedicule that houses the remains of Jesus’ tomb and returns with a candle lit from heaven as proof of divine endorsement for the Orthodox faith. Quite understandably, the Vatican doesn’t send any representatives.Holy Fire is Victoria Clark’s third historical pilgrimage into dim and distant areas of the Christian world. Unfolding against the backdrop of the current intifada, it is an account of an area of the world riven with age-old disputes as well as a probing of the strange religious passions that inflame the eastern sects of Christianity. Her attention is drawn to the unending ideological, and occasionally physical, battle waged by various denominations of churchmen for their saviour’s tomb. This conflict was most recently manifested in Easter 2002 when a scuffle between the Patriarch of Jerusalem and an Armenian priest, who apparently tried to “hurry the miracle along” with a cigarette lighter, hit newspaper headlines around the world.Clark reminds us that there is more to the religious life of Jerusalem than a war between Palestinian and Israeli. It is sacred ground to all three Abrahamic religions, Christianity in its most exotic forms included: in one brief stroll through the Old City, Clark encounters a Franciscan fortified house, the headquarters of the Arab Catholic Scouts and a Palestinian beggar whose dress is reminiscent of a Cardinal’s robes. She uses the ceremony of the Holy Flame as a centrepiece to probe the various religious passions that inflame the eastern sects of Christianity. Furthermore, she perceives the struggle between these sects as a microcosm of the Arab-Israeli conflict, a matter equally political and religious in which every inch of sacred territory is disputed.It is quite clear where her sympathies lie. She believes the sacred ceremony originated in the ninth century as a means to spite the Muslim rulers of Jerusalem. Holy Fire is not a sacral rite, but a sectarian battle standard and, as she earnestly tries to prove, a fraud. Her mockery of its authenticity and relevance in the modern world is part of a wider critique of the head-on collision between religious movements that often differ in only a hair’s breadth of dogma. This argument is highlighted in a series of entertaining vignettes such as suppertime conversations with chain-smoking Orthodox bishops, a Franciscan Friar from Texas and a learned, rather pompous Armenian historian. However, her point about the destruction and intolerance faith can bring is heavyhanded and unenlightening. Like so many other benign amateurs casting their words of wisdom on the Middle East, her treatment of vast and intractable problems is cursory and avuncular. In the fine tradition of British colonial rule, Clark expresses a desire to bang their heads together in an effort to make them all get along, forgetting that an attitude so blithely benevolent gave us Congo, Rhodesia and Iraq.But even if her conclusions speak for naught, Clark’s investigative journalism does touch on one very important facet of religious life in Jerusalem; the paranoia and suspicions mask a state of permanent fear. Christians in the Near East fear extinction, a fear which is exacerbated by their diminishing numbers and significance in the Middle East and every encroachment onto their sacred space.It is a fear felt by all. Since the Shoah, the Holy Land has become a symbol of Jewish survival to Jewry across the globe. Meanwhile, to the Palestinians, it is a symbol of their burgeoing but beleaguered national identity. Aggression, after all, masks a fear that in a turbulent and violent world, faith alone finds difficult to to assuage.ARCHIVE: 0th week TT 2005last_img read more

first_imgWASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Senator Braun is announcing the next week of stops on his Summer of Solutions Tour, visiting cities such as Liberty, Richmond, Spiceland, Batesville and more. Further events will be announced on Monday.BACKGROUNDBelow are a few of Senator Mike Braun’s solutions he will be discussing on the Summer of Solutions Tour, including proposals on lowering the cost of prescription drugs, the opioid crisis, student loans, federal spending, and economic policies:Senator Braun: Restoring sanity to drug pricing.“Before being elected to the U.S. Senate last year, I spent 37 years building a business in my hometown, hiring hundreds of Americans and taking on the insurance industry to give my employees quality affordable health care while covering pre-existing conditions.  Today, I’m offering solutions to address the rising cost of prescription drugs by adding transparency to our pricing negotiations, clearing the way for more prescription drug approvals by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and providing oversight and accountability for the pharmaceutical industry.”  (The Washington Times, 03/06/19)Senator Braun: Two straightforward solutions to help combat the opioid crisis.“The opioid crisis is a plague on our communities that has left a devastating and permanent impact on Indiana and the country.  Here in Indiana alone, we have lost nearly 15,000 Hoosiers to drug overdoses since 1999 and the number rises each day. This year, opioids continue to be the biggest contributor in drug overdose deaths in our state. On average, we lose five Hoosiers a day to an overdose, and three out of those five individuals overdosed on opioids. Nationwide, we lose roughly 175 Americans a day to this crisis. … Hoosiers sent me to Washington to offer solutions. This week, I introduced two straightforward solutions to help combat this crisis through education and prevention: ensuring every patient knows the risks inherent in every opioid drug they take, and that every prescriber knows how these drugs can shatter – and end – lives.”  (The Herald Tribune, 05/20/19)Senator Braun: Solutions to eliminate the student loan tax.“Today, Senator Mike Braun introduced the Student Loan Tax Elimination Act of 2019, which removes the ‘origination fee’ adding unnecessary debt to student borrowers’ overall student loan costs.  ‘Student loan origination fees are nothing more than a hidden tax that burdens students,’ said Senator Mike Braun.  ‘This legislation is a step forward and offers one solution to addressing our broken higher education system that fails to put students first.’”  (Press Release, 06/04/19)Senator Braun: Solutions to finally get a grip on federal spending.“The massive spending deal, negotiated by Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and agreed to by the president, looks poised to kill off the Budget Control Act of 2011—the law that was meant to restrain federal spending.  With that law on the way out, the question arises: Where can fiscal conservatives turn to exert real and lasting fiscal discipline?  Thankfully, two members of Congress have introduced a bill to do just that.  The Maximizing America’s Prosperity Act—or MAP Act—is a bill proposed by Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, and Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., that would limit federal spending to a fixed portion of the economy, adjusted for economic conditions.”  (Daily Signal, 07/25/19)Senator Braun calls on Congress to back America’s workers and approve Trump’s USMCA Deal.“The last time Congress meaningfully debated trade between our two North American partners, the Buffalo Bills had just lost their third consecutive Super Bowl and Mrs. Doubtfire was in theaters. In 1993, very few Americans had a cellphone, and no one had ever heard of buying a book on Amazon.  This is why President Donald J. Trump decided to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The agreement was woefully out of date, and over time, our trading relationship with Canada and Mexico has fallen out of balance. President Trump kept his promise to renegotiate NAFTA, signing the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) in November 2018, but congressional Democrats are refusing to bring the USMCA for a vote because it pains them to admit that President Trump is successfully delivering real results for our economy. … As a Main Street entrepreneur who has created hundreds of American jobs, I applaud President Trump’s action to rectify the longstanding inequities in our trade relationships that have hurt American workers. Now it’s up to Congress to hold up our end of the deal and ratify the USMCA.”  (The Daily Caller, 06/04/19)SENATOR BRAUN’S “SUMMER OF SOLUTIONS”  TOUR STOPS:For the Week beginning August 25, 2019Tuesday, August 27, 2019, at 12:25 PM ETNational American Legion ConferenceOpen PressIndiana Convention Center100 S Capitol AveIndianapolis, IndianaTuesday, August 27, 2019, at 2:15 PM ET Presentation of the Silver Star to Isaac Harter and FamilyOpen Press115 N Pennsylvania StreetSuite 100Indianapolis, IndianaBackground: Senator Braun will be presenting a Silver Star to the family of William A. Harter, a Hoosier soldier who was killed in action in Vietnam. The Harter family was erroneously presented a Bronze Star in a 1968 ceremony.Wednesday, August 28, 2019, at 8:00 AM ET  Open & Closed Press – Media Availability Following The TourVisit to Draper Inc.411 South Pearl StreetSpiceland, IndianaWednesday, August 28, 2019, at 9:45 AM ET Open & Closed Press – Media Availability Following The TourBlue Buffalo Manufacturing facility4748 W Industries Road RRichmond, IndianaWednesday, August 28, 2019, at 11:15 AM ET  Union County LuncheonOpen PressLiberty Bell Restaurant216 S Main StreetLiberty, IndianaWednesday, August 28, 2019, at 12:45 AM ETOpen & Closed Press – Media Availability Following The TourSuperior Oil1500 Western AvenueConnersville, IndianaWednesday, August 28, 2019, at 2:15 PM ETOpen & Closed Press – Media Availability Following The Tour Tour of Intat Precision Inc.2148 IN-3Rushville, IndianaWednesday, August 28, 2019, at 5:30 PMOpen and Closed Press – Media Availability following RoundtableRoundtable with USDA Under Secretary Ted McKinney3240 Hurricane RoadFranklin, IndianaThursday, August 29, 2019, at 9:00 AM ETOpen PressFranklin County Breakfast EventBrookville VFW Hall26 W 8th StreetBrookville, IndianaThursday, August 29, 2019, at 10:45 AM ETOpen & Closed Press – Media Availability Following The TourHillenbrand TourOne Batesville BlvdBatesville, IndianaThursday, August 29, 2019, at 1:15 PM ET   Open & Closed Press – Media Availability Following The TourTour of MGP IngredientsMGPI Guard House652 Shipping StreetLawrenceburg, IndianaThursday, August 29, 2019, at 3:00 PM ET  Open PressOhio County CoffeeJack’s Place406 Main StreetRising Sun, IndianaThursday, August 29, 2019, at 4:45 PM ET   Open PressTour of the Ridge Winery11048 E State Road 156Vevay, IndianaFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

first_imgIS IT TRUE we are hearing plans are in the making to merge the offices of County Council and County Commissioners into the same area?  …we expect County Commissioner Musgrave will try to nix these plans because she campaigned against the spending of our tax dollars on expensive and unwarranted capital projects?IS IT TRUE its obvious the City/County jointly funded web site layout and design is controlled by the City?  …we invite the newly elected members of the County Council and County Commission to take time to review the content on this jointly funded web site?  …once they review the content on this site we expect needed changes will be made to this site in the very near future?IS IT TRUE we wonder what are the odds of 9 people voting on many hundreds of issues and only disagree on less than 15 issues?  …could this be the reason why people are calling members of our City Council the “Mayors 9-0 Puppets”?IS IT TRUE at last Mondays evening City Council meeting they appointed a new Deputy Mayor? … Mayor Winnecke’s Chief of Staff Steve Schaefer was declared the first Deputy Mayor in Evansville, Ind history? …we wonder why people are making such a fuss concerning this issue since it’s a well known fact that Mr. Schaefer has been running the City on a day to day basis for years?  …Mr. Schaefer received a predictable 9-0 vote?  …our recent “Readers Poll”  ask the question: Are you pleased that City Council approve an ordinance change that makes Steve Schaefer Deputy Mayor of Evansville?  …167  people voted in this poll?  …140 voted  “No”,  7 people voted “yes” and 20 people had “no opinion”?IS IT TRUE we hear the newly elected Vanderburgh County Clerk will appoint a well known person as her Deputy Clerk?  …we wonder if this person could be someone she worked with in the past?  …we also wonder if the new Deputy County Clerk has ever served in an elected office position?IS IT TRUE one of our elected officials was alleged to be in volition of the of the “Little Hatch Act”?  …when the Mayor was informed of this situation he quickly worked behind the scene to correct this situation with her employer?IS IT TRUE last week a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the new addition to the County Administrative/Corrections building?  …we wonder why the two (2) newly elected County Commissioners took part of this ceremony and the out going County Commissioners weren’t included in this feel good public relations moment?IS IT TRUE we wonder why a couple of items posted on last week County Commission agenda was abruptly taken off?IS IT TRUE  it looks like Venueworks might finally be taking control of the marketing activities of the Evansville Thunderbolts Hockey team?  …we just saw their recent TV commercial and must say it was impressive?IS IT TRUE we urge you to turn your TV Channel to 44 News?  …TV Channel 44 is quickly becoming the go to place for in-depth and breaking news?  …our hats are off to the good folks at Channel 44 TV for providing their viewers with accurate and politically non-bias news?Today “Readers Poll” question: Do you feel that the County should spend many thousands of dollars to combine County Council and County Commission offices?FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more