Google Earth Graphic.BEMUS POINT – Interstate 86 Westbound between the Route 430 exit and the Chautauqua Lake Bridge is closed following a truck crash.Chautauqua County Fire Dispatch reports indicate the westbound lane is blocked after a load fell off the truck.The unspecified cargo also reportedly fell from the bridge to the 430 underpass beneath.Crews are asking the public to avoid the area. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享SNL:Returning to protest the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission at its first meeting in months, opponents of natural gas pipelines said protests at the agency and a backlash against President Donald Trump helped set the stage for a recent string of victories at the state level and in federal appeals courts.“We are starting to see with Trump as president that there are state regulatory agencies and federal court judges who seem to be now acting a little differently,” said Ted Glick, a leader at Beyond Extreme Energy. “Maybe it is because if Obama is no longer president, they feel more responsibility.” Beyond Extreme Energy would like to lead the country away from gas transportation infrastructure and fossil fuels because of climate and community impacts.“The fact is that state environmental agencies in New York, West Virginia and North Carolina in the last month have all made decisions very much to the displeasure of the pipeline industry,” including extra scrutiny and even denial of Clean Water Act permits issued by the states, Glick said. In a Sept. 20 interview, he also pointed to a Delaware River Basin Commission move toward a ban on hydraulic fracturing and the U.S. Appeals Court for the D.C. Circuit’s decision to vacate an approval of the Enbridge Inc.-led Sabal Trail gas pipeline, which sent the matter back to FERC for more analysis of downstream greenhouse gas emissions.“All those things are going against what Trump wants to do” and against FERC, which Beyond Extreme Energy and others believe is thwarting the transition to a clean, efficient energy future by approving pipelines, compressor stations and LNG terminals, Glick said.“I think there is a connection between the protests that have been happening at FERC over the last three years and [protests] that happened at the Senate in relationship to the Trump appointees … and the growth of this movement,” Glick said.Protesters from Beyond Extreme Energy and Delaware Riverkeeper Network interrupted the FERC monthly meeting Sept. 20, singing “We Shall Overcome.” Delaware Riverkeeper leader Maya van Rossum warned of dangers that fossil fuels pose to the climate as she was escorted out of the chamber by security. A display in front of the commission showed the gas industry as a puppeteer with the commissioners on strings.More: ($) Pipeline protesters return to FERC energized by recent wins, Trump backlash Growing Public Blowback Against More U.S. Pipeline Projects
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Lisa Loeb broke onto the music scene in the ’90s and was immediately welcomed into the echelon of acoustic singer-songwriters who dominated the Lilith Fair era. She embodies emo-nerd chic and makes it sexy, and she’ll be unleashing all her hits and irresistible magnetism at YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, March 30.Her stripped-down confessionals, like “Stay (I Missed You)” from the cult classic film Reality Bites (which catapulted Ben Stiller, Ethan Hawke and Winona Ryder to Gen-X infamy) remain popular to this day. The song was the first #1 single by an artist who didn’t have a recording contract! Of course, after that tune, she released two back-to-back albums that went gold—1995’s Tails and 1997’s Firecracker—and was nominated for a Grammy Award for the latter.Loeb become a bonafide television star in 2004 for her culinary misadventures with Dweezil Zappa on the Food Network, chronicled in Dweezil & Lisa, and 2006’s reality TV-music show Number 1 Single on E! Entertainment Television. She’s released nearly 20 music albums throughout her career, most recently 2016’s Feel What U Feel, appeared in a ton of television shows and movies, and has also done voice-over work. Loeb’s songs have appeared in television and film soundtracks, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Legally Blonde and Twister, and she’s also a prolific children’s music and book author—releasing a bevy of award-winning titles and audio versions—crafting fun, catchy tunes that connect with kids.Besides her infectious songs, you’ll also recognize Loeb by those signature dark-framed glasses. In fact, those glasses are so synonymous with Lisa Loeb that she has her own line of them.Classic. Refined. Quirky. Fun. Soulful. Vulnerable. And always real. Lisa Loeb is more than a performer. She’s a singer-songwriter who reminds us Gen-Xers of who we used to be, when the world was a gritty, undefined place. Somewhere along the way, we’ve suddenly discovered we’re now the grownups, alongside Ethan Hawke, Winona Ryder and Ben Stiller. And guess what? We’ve all made it.Lisa Loeb provided our soundtrack.Featured Photo: Lisa Loeb rocks YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts in Bay Shore on March 30! (Photo: Lisa Loeb official Facebook profile)Lisa Loeb will be performing live at YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, 37 West Main Street, Bay Shore, on Thursday, March 30 at 8 p.m. For tickets and more information, call 631-969-1101 or visit boultoncenter.org.
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Greetings Compliance Friends!I’d like to start off today’s blog with a brief scenario: ABC Credit Union is seeking to expand its staff of loan originators to accommodate an uptick in loan applications. One new employee comes from another state and although she has applied, does not yet have the required license to conduct loan originator activities in the state where ABC Credit Union is located. ABC’s prudent compliance officer remembers that there is a provision in Regulation Z requiring specific screening and ongoing training for loan originators who are not state licensed and wonders if this rule applies to this new hire. The CFPB explains that this is not the case in its recently issued interpretive rule, clarifying that a loan originator organization is not required to follow the screening and periodic training requirements under section 1026.36(f)(3) of Regulation Z where a loan originator who is required to be licensed is operating with temporary authority due to a pending state license application.The Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008 (SAFE Act) prohibits individuals from “engaging in the business of a loan originator” without meeting certain requirements. Loan originators who are employees of federal credit unions are generally required to register as a loan originator under Regulation G and obtain a unique identifier from the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLSR). Loan originators employed at state-chartered credit unions are also required to be registered and may be subject to state licensing requirements under Regulation H or applicable state law. See also, NCUA Risk Alert 14-RA-05.A state may but is not required to impose licensing requirements for loan originators if such individuals are lawfully registered and maintain their unique NMLSR identifier in accordance with section 1008.103(e)(5) of Regulation H. For loan originators that are not required to be state-licensed, section 1026.36(f)(3) of Regulation Z provides certain screening and ongoing training requirements that a loan originator organization is required to fulfill before its employee may act as a loan originator in a dwelling-secured consumer credit transaction.
Italians marked a minute of silence and flags at government buildings were lowered to half mast on Tuesday to honor the thousands of victims of the coronavirus outbreak.The Vatican, a tiny city-state surrounded by Rome, lowered its own yellow-and-white flags. Italians on the other side of the border lowered their green, white and red national tri-color as well as the flags of their cities and of the European Union.The initiative was promoted by a group of mayors to show solidarity with the towns suffering the most in the north, the epicenter of the crisis. “All the mayors have gathered together in a kind of ideal embrace, most importantly to be close to the places that are suffering the most, where the virus has been the most ferocious, to be close to the mourning for those who have died,” Decaro said.The lockdown was due to end on Friday, but has been extended until sometime after Easter, which falls on April 12 this year.As the total number of dead on Tuesday rose by another 837 to well over 12,000, Decaro said the mayors’ initiative was a sign of respect for all suffering families.”We are trying to send a message of hope,” he said. Italy is the world’s hardest hit country in terms of deaths and accounts for more than a third of all global fatalities.”This moment of silence of mayors, in which even the presidential palace and the Vatican participated, is an important moment for our country, showing unity from north to south,” said Antonio Decaro, mayor of the southern city of Bari, which so far has been spared the worst of the outbreak.Mayors wearing their official tri-colour sashes and some donning surgical masks looked on somberly as buglers played on empty streets that before the lockdown to try to contain the virus would have been packed with residents and tourists.Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro stood by the unusually still waters of a canal, free of boat traffic because of the national lockdown. Topics :
APG is to invest in Indian commercial real estate with the Xander Group.The Dutch pension fund asset manager expects to invest as much as $500m (€360m) in India’s office sector, targeting existing properties with low levels of vacancy.Xander said the two companies were looking to capitalise on “continued strong tenant demand for office space”.The joint venture, with an initial $300m to invest, will focus income-generating, institutional-grade properties – ideally let to IT and financial firms in Mumbai, NCR, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Pune. Sachin Doshi, APG head of non-listed real estate for Asia-Pacific, said that, despite a recent slowdown, India’s top six cities had consistently witnessed the largest net absorption of office space in the Asia-Pacific region.He said: “This, combined with limited new development starts for office projects in India, creates a unique demand/supply gap for good-quality office space that our venture aims to target.”Office space absorption is likely to increase by 7% this year, according to research by DTZ.The agent forecasts that 29m sqft will be sought by in India’s major cities.In its March report on India office demand and trends, DTZ also projected that office rentals would remain stable in most markets in the first half of 2014 and that rents would begin to rise in the second half of this year.Earlier this year, APG invested €35m in Indian hotel chain Lemon Tree, doubling its stake in the company to 13%.
German engine producer MAN Energy Solutions said it was experiencing a record order-intake within its cruise business, having booked orders to supply seven new cruise ships with engines plus exhaust-gas-treatment systems since the beginning of the year.The company said the cumulative value of the orders was close to a three-digit million EUR amount.The orders total almost 300 MW of installed power for cruise ships ranging in size from 50,000 to approximately 140,000 gross tons, and running on fuel types from HFO to LNG. Delivery is scheduled from end-2019 to 2022. “The growth in order intake is very gratifying as system technologies that help our customers to increase the efficiency of their plants and reduce emissions play a central role in our business,” Lex Nijsen, Head of Four-Stroke Marine, MAN Energy Solutions, said.The record is being reported on the back of a MAN’s unveiling of its latest two-stroke engine type, a dual-fuel MAN B&W ME-LGIP engine designed for LPG running,.MAN Energy Solutions expects a strong demand for the ME-LGIP engine from very large gas carriers (VLGCs) and coastal vessels.According to MAN, the ME-LGIP engine has experienced an up to 18% reduction in CO2 and circa 90% reduction in particulate matter when running on LPG, compared with HFO.
All Batesville grade levels (3rd-6th) made this weekend’s Championship Sunday in the Dirt Road Basketball League!3rd Grade (12-4) vs. Greensburg @ 2:40 at the Spartan Bowl in Connersville.4th Grade (15-1) vs. the winner of New Castle & Connersville @ 3:30 in Richmond at the Tierman Center (Richmond High School).5th Grade (13-3) vs. Northeastern @ 1:50@ in Richmond at the Tierman Center (Richmond High School).6th Grade (12-4) vs Richmond @ 1:00 at the Spartan Bowl in Connersville.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Paul Drake.
Evelyn L. Beneker, of Brookville, was born on September 9, 1928 in Sunman, a daughter to Carl and Emma L. Heuer Zimmerman. She married Martin E. Beneker on November 6, 1971 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Sunman. Evelyn worked in home health care for many years. She enjoyed taking care of people and being involved with the activities at Trinity Lutheran Church, where she was a member. On Monday, November 5, 2018 at the age of 90, Evelyn passed away at Brookville Healthcare Center. Friends may visit with the family on Friday, November 9, from 4 until 7 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville and again on Saturday from 10 until 11 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church – Klemmes Corner. Services will be held at the church at 11 a.m. and burial will follow in the church cemetery. Those surviving who will cherish Evelyn’s memory include her step-children, Jeanne (Joseph) Turnpaugh of Goshen, David Schantz of Brookville, Keith (Ruth) Beneker of Cross Lanes, WV, and Steve (Linda) Beneker of Osceola, and 12 grandchildren, Roberta, Douglas, Rachel, Gwen, Jeanette, Cindy, Dale, Jason, Christy, Joshua, Crystal and Britny. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband; step-daughter, Marilyn Schantz; one granddaughter, Susan Schantz, and eight siblings, Laura Mang, Carl Zimmerman, Anna Sweeney, Ralph Zimmerman, Mabel Beneker, Eileen Zimmerman, Edward Zimmerman, and Earl Zimmerman. Memorial donations can be directed to Trinity Lutheran Church. To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Evelyn Beneker.
RelatedPosts Akpeyi’s South African club gets new coach Akwa Ibom indigenes in South Africa worry over high unemployment in state 11 Nigerians die of COVID-19 in South Africa — Union Three-time African champions, the Super Eagles, may be drawn against West African eternal rivals, Ivory Coast, when the draw for 2022 FIFA World Cup holds later this month in Cairo, Egypt. The Genort Rohr side landed in Pot One of the draw after finishing as Africa’s third best team in the December edition of the FIFA World rankings. By that, Nigeria avoids other African top ranked sides like Senegal, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Ghana, Cameroon and Morocco. The Ahmed Musa-led side in Pot One would have Ivory Coast, South Africa, Angola, Zambia, Benin Republic and Guinea to contend with for one of the slots for the Mundial in oil-rich Qatar. The draw for the second round is slated for January 21, 2020 at the Nile Ritz-Carlton in Cairo, while the second round of CAF matches for World Cup qualification are played over six matchdays from March 23, 2020 to October 12, 2021. Nigeria has featured in six editions of World Cup since qualifying first ever in 1994 and not gone beyond second round of the tournament.Tags: 2022 World Cup QualifiersAngolacairoSouth Africa