Projects Photographs CopyHouses•Mexico Area: 3800 ft² Area: 3800 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2011 ArchDaily Save this picture!© John Sinal+ 11 Share “COPY” “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/522166/zacatitos-03-campos-leckie-studio Clipboard Zacatitos 03 / Campos Leckie Studio Architects: Campos Leckie Studio Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeCampos Leckie StudioOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesMexicoPublished on July 10, 2014Cite: “Zacatitos 03 / Campos Leckie Studio” 10 Jul 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
continue reading » NAFCU offered its support for the NCUA’s proposed guidance that would allow credit unions to more easily hire job candidates with minor criminal records as it “ensures the safety and soundness of credit unions while extending opportunities to qualified candidates.”“NAFCU appreciates the NCUA updating its rules to reduce the number of minor criminal offenses that preclude individuals who pose a low risk to credit unions from working for, or otherwise participating in the affairs of, a credit union unless they obtain the NCUA’s written consent,” wrote Mahlet Makonnen, NAFCU’s regulatory affairs counsel, in response to the proposal. “… This proposed Second Chance IRPS improves consistency with other prudential regulators, allows credit unions to better serve their communities, and decreases the burden of the waiver application process.”The NCUA’s proposed Interpretive Ruling and Policy Statement (IRPS), or “second chance IRPS” focuses on a section of the Federal Credit Union Act that prohibits credit unions from hiring candidates that have been convicted of certain criminal offenses without NCUA Board consent. NCUA headquarters ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Beach has been without a movie theater since Superstorm Sandy flooded the aisles of the Long Beach Cinemas nearly three years ago, but moviegoers have some good news coming soon.Last year a glimmer of hope appeared when a sign was posted outside the closed venue, advising the deprived moviegoers to “Look 4 Grand Reopening.” But they still had a very long wait in store. Showtime finally arrived Wednesday, meaning Long Beach officially got its cinemas back before the Fourth of July.“I think we’re very much the symbol of what was destroyed when Sandy came,” said Seth Pilevsky, co-president of Philips International, which owns the cinemas. “We want to open strong and stay open.”Not only will the cinema be re-opened, but it will be revitalized. New 3D and digital projectors, as well as larger leather cushion seats, will be added to the four-screen theater at the corner of East Park Avenue and Long Beach Boulevard.The delays have been frustrating for the owners and moviegoers alike.“It took over a year to get any money from the insurance company,” said Pilevsky. “We had to fight to get the money for the theater.”But now, with the cinemas’ reopening, the City by the Sea can continue to move on from the devastation leftover by the 2012 superstorm.Aside from symbolizing the city’s restoration, with the cinema’s return Long Beach natives will finally once again be able to save a lot of unnecessary travel time to movie theaters farther away.“It’s another positive step in for our city’s recovery and yet another sign that Long Beach continues to move forward,” said City Councilman Anthony Eramo. “My wife and I are looking forward to taking our kids to the Long Beach theater for the first time since Sandy.”His colleagues agreed.“This has been a long time coming,” observed City Councilman Scott J. Mandel. “Having our movie theater back is a real boost to the community and a great symbol of Long Beach’s comeback.”Long Beach moviegoers couldn’t agree more.“I’m very excited about the theater coming back,” said Dan Bulger, a Long Beach native. “We won’t have to travel all the way to Rockville Center anymore and even have the option of walking there using the boardwalk again.”
Being forced apart from his family by something far out of his control, this is the one measure John can take to protect them from the pandemic. “A lot of the managers have been asked to work as COVID nurses to help support staff and make sure all the equipment that all the direct patient caregivers have is available.” “You take it for granted that you can give your kid a hug when they’re sad, or when you get home from work and I can’t do that.” “Like” Nicole Menner on Facebook and “Follow” her on Twitter. John hasn’t been able to hug his children in weeks. A heartbreaking reality that’s become his new normal. John is nurse manager of the UHS GI labs, and has switched over to a new role as the COVID-19 crisis presents a continuously changing situation. Pittarelli visits them almost every day with a door standing in between them. “It’s a drastic measure but I feel it’s something I can do to provide a little bit of control,” he says. With these unprecedented times, John has no way of knowing when he can reunite with his family. “The kids can’t fully comprehend what’s going on, and I just have to reassure them it’s my job to keep them safe,” said Pittarelli. “We’re prepared for a surge if it comes, and we’ll just keep doing what’s necessary.” BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Local nurse manager John Pittarelli is fighting on the coronavirus frontline, leaving him with no choice but to make a difficult, but necessary decision. For now, John’s three children have been writing him notes and cards – the only thing he can hold onto during this time. “To see the words written down, even though they’re misspelled it adds to the charm of it all, it warms my heart that my kids think like that.” Pittarelli is protecting his family from the pandemic by self-isolating, meaning he hasn’t came close to his three children in weeks. Saving lives everyday, John is a hero to more than just his kids.
“Immediately after the lockdown, a lot of local guests had the need to stay in nature and engage in physical activities that may never have happened before. In this sense, covid has had a positive impact and we hope that we have gained some new customers, because we will have to strengthen the domestic market as a base.”, Said the president of the Association of Adventure Tourism of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Iva Bencun, adding that active and adventure tourism takes place more in the off-season and in that sense good results in July and August did not mean much to some. “In addition to resolving liquidity bridging assets for which many members have not yet received HAMAG and HBOR solutions, and applications have been pending since May, or have received automatic rejections because they are marked as a very risky activity as agencies, we hope for targeted grants for further development and promotion, as well as the reduction of tickets for national parks and nature parks for programs organized by Croatian agencies”, Says Bencun. The corona crisis has had consequences for the adventure tourism segment, the structure of guests has changed in favor of domestic tourists, and destinations that do not depend on air traffic, such as the northern Adriatic and the continent, are significantly less affected, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Adventure Tourism Council concluded. Also, entrepreneurs in adventure tourism are convinced that this segment of the offer will become one of the basic products of domestic tourism, with the help of targeted support for further development and promotion. Bencun points out that the new rules of conduct imposed by the crown, such as social distance and spending time outdoors, go hand in hand with adventure tourism, as well as camping or boating. He sees this as an opportunity to further develop the offer of these segments and become the backbone of domestic tourism, but he also emphasizes that this will be difficult to achieve without targeted state measures. Croatia is among the world’s leading adventure destinations Data from the “Index of Adventure Tourism Development 2020” also support her thinking. World Adventure Tourism Association (ATTA), according to which Croatia took over this year first place by competitiveness among the top 5 destinations in the region of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and 11th place among 163 countries in the category of adventure destinations in development. ATTA: ADVENTURE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT INDEX 2020 ANNOUNCED
‘A good relationship’Trump’s denial of the report came two days after he declined to comment on the matter, saying only that he wished Kim well.South Korea, which is still technically at war with the North, earlier said it had seen no unusual movements in its neighbor.Trump has met Kim three times in historic summitry and has voiced admiration for him, although hopes have dimmed for reaching a comprehensive agreement.”I hope he’s not in medical trouble. I hope he’s not. I have gotten along very well with him,” Trump said Thursday.”Remember you would have been in a war with North Korea if I didn’t get elected president.”Trump declined to state when he was last in touch with Kim, saying: “We have a good relationship with North Korea, as good as you can have.”Shortly before reports emerged on Kim’s health, Trump said he had received a “nice note” from the leader, but North Korea denied sending any message.North Korea has fired off a series of rockets as it demands concessions from the Trump administration, which says that international sanctions should remain until the regime fully denuclearizes.Kim was conspicuously absent on April 15 from celebrations for the birthday of his grandfather Kim Il Sung, the regime’s founder — the most important day on the North Korean political calendar.The flamboyant basketball star Dennis Rodman — who until Pompeo and Trump had been the highest-profile American to meet the reclusive Kim — said that he was “praying for his speedy recovery.” “I hope it’s just a rumor that Marshal Kim Jong-Un is sick,” Rodman told celebrity gossip site TMZ. “Hopefully I will find out more soon.” Topics : US President Donald Trump on Thursday rejected reports that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was ailing, criticizing his frequent nemesis CNN for running the story.”I think the report was incorrect, let me just put it that way,” Trump told reporters. “I’m hearing they used old documents.”Trump declined to say if he had direct knowledge from North Korea that Kim was fine. It said that Kim, who is in his mid-30s, had needed urgent treatment due to heavy smoking, obesity and fatigue. He instead attacked cable news network CNN, with which the US leader has an acrimonious relationship.”I think it was a fake report done by CNN,” Trump said at a daily briefing on the coronavirus pandemic, before refusing to take further questions from a journalist of the network.CNN, quoting what it said was an anonymous US official, on Monday reported that Washington was “monitoring intelligence” that Kim was in “grave danger” after undergoing surgery.Daily NK, an online media outlet run mostly by North Korean defectors, separately said that Kim underwent a cardiovascular procedure earlier this month and was recovering at a villa in North Pyongan province.
On Saturday, Sept. 5 it will be IMCA and Mo-Kan Night, with the IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod divisions complemented by the first night of the Mo-Kan Nationals. BETHANY, Mo. – Bethany Speedway returns to exciting side-by-side action at the historic fairgrounds on Aug. 22 with IMCA Modifieds, IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods.
The manager spent two days away from the team in the build up to Saturday’s 1-0 win over former club Stoke. Pulis was still upset following back-to-back defeats in the league and FA Cup to Aston Villa. Press Association Brown Ideye netted the winner at The Hawthorns on Saturday to improve Pulis’ mood but he admitted the Baggies needed a break from him. He said: “I let them have a couple of days away from me. I was bitterly disappointed myself and I can be a bit snappy at times. So I took myself out of the firing line and got together with them on Wednesday. They enjoyed it enormously, I’m told. “I just stayed out of the way, you have a passion or you don’t and sometimes I get myself in such a state I’m better off away from people. “They went out with the fitness coach and did some light work. I just decided they could do with a couple of days without me.” The Baggies are eight points clear of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone having won three of their last five games and their last four at home in all competitions. But Pulis insisted they have not survived yet and still wants to make it to the traditional safety mark of 40 points. He said: “I still want 40, I’m not concerned about what other people are doing or not. I’d be in my grave now if I was sat worrying about every result and every goal. “I don’t have radios on, if I’m in the car I’ll listen to Smooth Radio rather than worry to death. “I want 40 points, it might be less than that but I want 40.” Ben Foster will have a scan on his knee injury after limping out at the weekend with Pulis hopeful the goalkeeper is not set for a long-lay off. He said: “Ben is a top goalkeeper, he made a mistake against Villa and has taken a lot of flak for it. We need him fit. “He’ll be scanned on Monday and hopefully he’ll be okay.” Defeat ended Stoke’s three-game winning run and they are sweating on Jonathan Walters after the forward came off with a suspected fractured cheekbone. Boss Mark Hughes said: “It’ll have to be checked on Monday, hopefully it won’t be too serious but that’s the worry at the moment. “I’m not sure whether it was a clash of heads, or what’s occurred but he’s got a bang and there’s a little bit of a depression there.” Ryan Shawcross did return following a back injury but Hughes admitted Stoke were not good enough. He added: “We are lacking a few injury-wise, it’s difficult if you haven’t got the ability in the 11 to ask questions and when your key players don’t hit the levels it is difficult to win games.” Tony Pulis revealed he kept his distance from his West Brom players last week to avoid his temper harming the squad.
Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 4 Clarkson (11-1-2, 1-1-2 ECAC) pulled out a 5-1 victory over Syracuse (5-6-1, 3-1-1 College Hockey America) in the second meeting between the two teams this season.Melissa Piacentini became the all-time points leader for SU in the win.Clarkson’s Genevieve Bannon started the scoring for the Golden Knights with her third goal of the season, coming just under three minutes into the first period. Shannon MacAulay’s power-play goal with two minutes remaining in the opening period gave Clarkson a 2-0 lead.The Golden Knights scored twice again in the second period. Olivia Howe’s fifth goal of the season came with nine minutes remaining in the second period, while Clarkson’s Loren Gabel would score 90 seconds later.Clarkson’s Erin Ambrose scored her first goal of the season with 12:39 left in the third period. Cayley Mercer led all players with three points, all on assists.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textClarkson would’ve handed Syracuse its second shutout of the season, if not for Megan Quinn. The sophomore defender scored on the power play with just 31 seconds left in regulation.The Orange returns to Syracuse for its first home game in four weeks. SU will host Cornell on Saturday at 3 p.m. in the first of six homes games to be played at the Oncenter War Memorial Arena. Comments Published on November 10, 2015 at 9:23 pm Contact Chris: [email protected]
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