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),If total transparency is true why are the locations of the last 4 positives being kept from the public? That’s not transparency!,It doesn’t matter. If you go out, you’re at risk. It’s everywhere. It’s on every cart, every handle, every railing, in every store, in every restaurant.,In a statement, Sundquist said, “I want to urge all city residents to continue as they have been .staying home as much as possible, maintaining social distance, and taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of you and your family.” LOOK AROUND! People aren’t taking it seriously or staying home. They still hang together, get the whole family together to go shopping and go to the parks, etc. I see it every day I go to work as an “essential employee “. MGN ImageJAMESTOWN – Jamestown Mayor Eddie Sundquist is urging city residents to continue to shelter in place, even though there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases in the city.In a statement, Sundquist said, “I want to urge all city residents to continue as they have been; staying home as much as possible, maintaining social distance, and taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of you and your family.”As more Covid-19 cases are confirmed in Chautauqua County, Sundquist said he recognizes the need to provide accurate and timely communications to residents.“The health and well-being of our citizens is a top priority for my administration. I want to remind residents that the Chautauqua County Health Department, the lead agency for the COVID-19 response, has not publicly confirmed any positive cases in the City of Jamestown.” “My office is aware of social media posts and other conversations regarding potential cases. As Mayor, I firmly believe total transparency is necessary to fight this disease and any misconceptions surrounding it. But, in the meantime, the City will do what we have done all along: be proactive and take any precautionary measures we feel are necessary to fight this disease.”He asked residents to stay positive and cooperate in efforts to confine the virus.In addition, he said his administration will continue to update residents on the situation and continue to do what is best for local residents.
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » In 2006, I attended a roundtable in Las Vegas to discuss how credit unions could build market share in mortgages. At the time, credit unions had about 2% of the market nationwide. “Two to 10 in 10” was the rallying cry; 10% market share in 10 years.At the time, it seemed like a Big Hairy Audacious Goal for sure, yet credit unions have seen their market share hit 10% and settled in the 9% range the last several years.Credit unions have certainly been helped by the financial crisis, as more borrowers sought us out because we never participated in the pick-a-payment loan business or did anything else that created the mess in the housing market. We also have to give an assist to some of the big banks that have, for the most part, abandoned affordable housing and mortgages, preferring to make jumbo loans to wealthy customers with the promise of additional cross-sold products.Yet with this market share comes profound responsibility, and a commitment to fair lending is without a doubt in my mind the biggest responsibility—and potential pitfall. Ask a lot of lenders about fair lending, and you’ll get this response: “We don’t discriminate; we want to make loans.” They believe that having strong policies prohibiting discrimination, paired with fairly routine and consistent training, are sufficient to ensure fair lending. Yet when it comes to fair lending, forgive the pun, it’s not that black and white.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Aries – Jupiter in your 5th house: a solid grounding in family traditions and work ethics can make your job seem easier and even bring you some cooperation among co-workers this month.Taurus – Jupiter in your 4th house: you get a break this month, make the most of it. Your vitality and enthusiasm about creative and mental projects convinces others of your worth.Gemini – Jupiter in your 3rd house: travel may play an important role in your life right now. Dramatic arrivals and departures of pals may radically restructure your social life. Siblings may need your attention.Cancer – Jupiter in your 2nd house: make a greater effort to improve property which can make it more valuable later on and aid in your future security. Use kindness to obtain the cooperation of loved ones.Leo – Jupiter in your 1st house: make this month be about you. Your artistic talents finally receive the recognition they deserve. Those at the top are impressed with your expertise.Virgo – Jupiter in your 12th house: a clever idea can attract favorable notice from group associates and may bring you close to recently discovered desires. In time, you could emerge as a real power on a committee or council of advisors.Libra – Jupiter in your 11th house: this transit urges you to channel energies in a positive direction. Early evenings are perfect for promoting personal plans. Getting together with friends helps make this month enjoyable.Scorpio – Jupiter in your 10th house: relationships at work could become confusing earlier in the month. You will find it easier to eradicate strained feelings between you and your co-workers toward the middle of the month.Sagittarius – Jupiter in your 9th house: you will have to figure out new ways to make your money go farther if you want to take that trip this month. Review your budget to see which expenses you can forgo to make this happen.Capricorn – Jupiter in your 8th house: you feel good sharing with people who understand you intuitively and who have the religious or spiritual convictions and experiences you find inspiring.Aquarius – Jupiter in your 7th house: your partner as well as influential people is eager to please you this month. Mutual participation in financial projects will be a help to everybody.Pisces – Jupiter in your 6th house: you don’t have to carry the weight of the world, ask for help if you need it. Others are willing to grant you favors because you’re reliable. This is a good time to get a health evaluation.IF YOU KNOW YOUR RISING SIGN, CONSULT THE HOROSCOPE FOR THAT SIGN AS WELL.Psychicdeb has been a professional astrologer for over 25 yrs. Self-taught, she began her studies in astrology when she was 8 yrs. old learning what she could from her mother’s astrology magazines. As she got older and learned geometry, she searched for books on Astrology and taught herself how to construct a chart. She teaches Astrology for a nominal fee. Psychicdeb also uses the tarot to do psychic readings channeling her spirit guide Helen. Reiki is one of her obsessions. She is a Reiki Master and loves to teach others the benefits of Reiki. Namaste. You can find her at the Original Psychic Fairs on Sundays. A listing of the Fair dates can be found on her website at: www.astro-mate.org
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With La Liga suspended indefinitely, so too the battle to be elected Barcelona’s figurehead has ground to a halt, with the next presidential election set for June 2021. Messi had hoped for an outcome before committing to a new deal, but amid reports that he has vowed to quit if Josep Maria Bartomeu is allowed to stay on for another term, the club’s attempted strategy to enforce a hefty wage cut casts further doubt over his future. Messi is the captain and Bartomeu knows this move will likely lead to his departure in 15 months’ time, but his final objective is to tie the club’s talisman down to a ‘contract for life’. Messi responded to comments Abidal made to a Spanish newspaper this year Read Also: Djokovic donates €1m to help Serbia combat coronavirus Earlier this season, sporting director Eric Abidal became embroiled in a public dispute with the Argentine when he called out several unnamed players for not having the right attitude under former manager Ernesto Valverde. Messi replied on social media: “Those responsible for the area of sports management must assume their responsibilities and above all take charge of the decisions they make. “I think that when talking about players, we should give names because otherwise, we are getting everyone dirty and feeding things that are said and are not true,” he added. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu agreed Messi’s last contract in 2017 Lionel Messi set to be hit with wage cut as part of Barcelona’s response to coronavirus crisis as Spain remains in a “state of alarm”, activated by the prime minister Pedro Sanchez a fortnight ago. This is a country that is struggling to cope with a mounting coronavirus crisis as its death toll exceeded China’s this week with 769 lives lost on Friday – Spain’s largest single-day surge – bringing the total number of fatalities to 4,858 from 64,000 cases. Lionel Messi has scored has 24 goals in 31 games for Barcelona this season With the pandemic at the forefront of people’s minds, the country’s second-richest football club is not immune from feeling the effects. Barcelona have announced plans to reduce player and staff wages in a bid to “minimise the economic impact” caused by the outbreak. During the crisis, it is understood that Barcelona want to reduce salaries by 70 per cent while the players have offered to cut their wages by 30 per cent for the rest of the season. As it stands, no agreement has been reached. The club are adamant there will be wage cuts, beginning retrospectively from March 19, so where does this leave Lionel Messi? The Argentine faces a significant wage cut as a result of the coronavirus crisis The Argentine, whose contract expires next summer, earns a reported £500,000-a-week. His salary amounts to over £31m, before bonuses. Barcelona sit two points clear at the top of La Liga, but the fractious relationship between the club and its players has brought scrutiny to a clause in Messi’s deal which would allow him to leave on a free transfer this summer. The changing room is divided, and with the reduction in wages set to be felt across the board – even for the women’s team – Messi’s view on the situation could prove decisive. The Catalan club’s wage costs exceed any other team in sport, while matchday income of around £5.5m per game has also stopped helping offset expenditures. Despite last season’s revenue being recorded at £726m, megastores and the club museum have also been closed. Barcelona hope to push through the wage cut under “ERTE”, the temporary employment regulation that has been set up, but the true cost of potentially alienating its players may only be felt further down the line. Loading… Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The World2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes12 Iconic Actors Whose Careers Were Stunted By A Single Movie8 Most Interesting Sylvester Stallone MoviesContemplate Life At These 10 Stargazing Locations10 Actors That Started Their Careers On Soaps
Franklin County, In. — Repairs to the Big Cedar Road embankment in Franklin County are set to be complete before August 31. The embankment was damaged by flooding in 2016 and original contract to make repairs in 2017 was delayed by state federal agencies.Batesville-based All American Construction and Contracting will complete the work for an estimated $44,286.The work must be complete by August 31 in order to qualify for a $140,000 government grant. The county share of the project cost is $35,000.
Some teams you naturally dislike because they are your arch rivals. There are very few Indiana University or Purdue University fans who root for each other. The same goes for most high school arch rivals.Some teams you dislike because they win all the time. Very few people outside of the New York area root for the Yankees. The same goes true for teams like Alabama who always seem to be in the NCAA football playoffs. In basketball the Duke Blue Devils are not a favorite of many outside of Carolina.I personally do not like the St. Louis Cardinals in baseball because they are in opposition to the two central division teams (Chicago & Cincinnati) that I root for on a regular basis. It seems like until recently it was always the Cardinals on top.Who are the teams you dislike?
Norwich’s survival hopes received a major blow as Southampton took a giant stride towards safety thanks to Danny Ings, Stuart Armstrong and Nathan Redmond strikes.With Daniel Farke’s six points adrift and fast running out of time, the rock-bottom Canaries desperately needed to make a winning return to Premier League action after a 104-day break due to the coronavirus pandemic. But a fine Norwich start quickly petered out as Southampton moved 10 points clear of the drop zone, with second-half goals from Ings, Armstrong and Redmond sealing a 3-0 win at an empty Carrow Road.Saints waltzed to victory in East Anglia but things could have been so different had Ings not been alert in his own box during the opening minutes to close down Tom Trybull.Ralph Hasenhuttl, who signed a new deal until 2024 earlier in the month, would see his side dominate the match after a shaky start, with Ings hitting the crossbar in the first half.Saints turned their dominance into goals shortly after half-time, with the England hopeful scoring a fine curling effort before setting up Armstrong to bury a low shot past Tim Krul.Redmond added a third against former club Norwich, whose uphill battle to avoid an immediate return to the Championship now has an even steeper incline. As at Wednesday’s Premier League matches, both sides took a knee as part of the Black Lives Matter movement after observing a minute’s silence for those impacted by Covid-19.Norwich flew out of the blocks when play got underway and penned the visitors in their own half, with Ings producing a fine recovery challenge to thwart Trybull from a free-kick just two minutes in.Saints looked set to be caught cold but just about held out as Kenny McLean rifled a low shot just wide before Josip Drmic was closed out.But Norwich’s breathless start wore off as the visitors took control, with Armstrong going close from a corner taken by newly-appointed club captain James Ward-Prowse.Saints were pressing relentlessly and Jack Stephens impressively swept up, before bursting forward from the halfway line and playing wide for Ings to hit a first-time strike that hit the woodwork. Hasenhuttl’s men were unable to find a first-half breakthrough but required just four minutes of the second period to pull ahead.Norwich failed to deal with a throw-in on the left and Armstrong prodded into Ings, who curled a lovely shot from just inside the box past Krul into the top right-hand corner.The roles reversed in the 54th minute as Saints extended their advantage.Ings played the ball to Armstrong and the Scotland international showed good control and a cool head before firing a low shot past Krul from the edge of the box.RelatedPosts EPL: Son fires four past Southampton EPL: Saints tackle Mourinho’s Spurs Ings not interested in leaving Saints, Southampton manager says It was a gut punch that left Norwich reeling, with Jan Bednarek twice blocking Teemu Pukki before substitute Mario Vrancic saw a goal ruled out for offside.A great goalline clearance by Max Aarons prevented Ward-Prowse getting in on the act, with Krul tipping an Armstrong shot wide as Saints looked for a third goal.It arrived in the 79th minute. Michael Obafemi cut the ball across to former Norwich forward Redmond, who all too easily took the ball past Ben Godfrey and fired a low shot past Krul.Nathan Tella came on for his debut as the clock wound down on a perfect restart for Saints.As for Norwich, Farke has plenty of work to do.Tags: Daniel FarkeDanny IngsNathan RedmondNorwich CitySouthamptonStuart Armstrong
Mauricio Pochettino believes the high standard of opposition in the Premier League is behind Manchester City’s unsuccessful title defence. The Tottenham head coach welcomes Manuel Pellegrini’s side to White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon, by which time Chelsea could have taken the crown away from Manchester for the first time since 2010. City were just three points adrift of Chelsea at the turn of the year but have lost five times since then and have all-but conceded their title. Press Association Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is ignoring the battle for second place as he anticipates an end-to-end clash against Tottenham. City may have been relieved of their Barclays Premier League crown by the time they kick-off as Chelsea close in on the title. But their fight to retain the title they won last year realistically ended some weeks ago and their task since has been more about hanging on to a top-four spot. They now look likely to achieve that having built up a cushion over the likes of Spurs, Liverpool and Southampton but Arsenal and Manchester United are pushing them hard for the runners-up spot. Pellegrini insists that is not uppermost in his mind as he prepares to face a Spurs side that are still competing for a European position. The Chilean said: “Things don’t depend just on what we could do if we can reach second place. We are just thinking about winning the next game. “I think it is a very tough game because Tottenham have a good team and good players and a good manager. They always play in an offensive way so we must work very hard in defence. “They need to qualify for the Europa League and we must try to be as near to the top of the table, so it will be two teams that play well and try to attack most of the time. “I hope we play a very good game for the fans and that is important.” City’s attack will be led by Sergio Aguero, who with 21 goals is vying with Spurs’ Harry Kane (20) and Chelsea’s Diego Costa (19) to be the Premier League’s top goalscorer this season. It is largely because of Aguero’s efforts that City remain the most potent side in the competition so far this season with 70 goals to date. Overall the numbers are well down on last season. At the same stage last term City had struck 91 times and went on to register 102 for the whole campaign, and 156 in all competitions. This reduction in output has been pinpointed as a potential reason for City’s regression this season but Pellegrini feels other areas need addressing first. He said: “It is difficult to say that you have a lack of goals when you are the ‘most scoring’ team in the Premier League. If you compare this season with the other season we have 27, 28 goals less than that season, but it is not easy to score 156 goals every season, it is not easy to score more than 100 goals in the Premier League. “You cannot expect that every year that you are going to score so many. We will always try, because we are trying to play as an offensive team. “We will see what we need. It is important to be a balanced team always, and an attacking team because I like the way we play. ” But Pochettino, whose side sit sixth in the table and look like missing out on a place in the top four, admits he is not surprised by City’s struggles given the quality of the teams in the division. “It is not easy in the Premier League,” he said. “When you compete for the Premier League and fight with sides like Man United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and us it is never easy – I’m not surprised (they have struggled). “The Premier League is the toughest league in the world. Man City have great players but it is not easy to win the Premier League. “If you can see La Liga in Spain it is only Barcelona and Real Madrid on the same level who can win the trophy but here in England it is very different.” Spurs may face another season with Champions League football next year but Pochettino is hoping to one day emulate the recent successes of City. “Manchester City is a squad or a club that realistically can fight for the Premier League,” he added. “Maybe in the future we have the same results to be realistic to fight for the Premier League. This is my dream. “We want to fight for that, to find the results in the next few years for it to be realistic to fight for the Premier League.”
A massive, mysterious, bright yellow object with lots of wires and strange gadgets attached to it washed up on Hobe Sound beach Monday morning.Locals are buzzing about the beached doodad/doohickey because no one seems to know what it is.Ken Mears and Mike Gomes took pictures of the object that washed ashore on the north end of Jupiter island.The object has a large, round yellow top with a long metal arm coming out of it.The underside is loaded with metal rods, wires, and chains, and there appears to be a tank attached to the bottom as well.Officials are still trying to figure out what this object is and how they will remove it.