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first_imgShare on Facebook Tweet on Twitter TAGSMosquito ControlObama administrationZika Virus Previous articleConstruction to Disrupt 441/429 Connector RoadNext articleBest Cars for Bad Moms Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR  …Discussed Local Zika Preparedness EffortsOrange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs and Orange County Director of Health Services Dr. Chris Hunter, along with members of Mosquito Control recently met with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell and U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy for a tour of Orange County Mosquito Control to discuss ongoing mosquito-borne illness prevention efforts.“Providing for the health and safety of our community is one of the fundamental roles of government. In Orange County, we have an extremely skilled team and a robust mosquito control program,” Mayor Jacobs said. “Our team works seamlessly with the Florida Department of Health and our federal partners to do everything possible to proactively combat the spread of the Zika virus and other mosquito borne-illness.”Orange County Mosquito Control’s field team works proactively to eliminate sources of standing water such as pool tarps, tires, buckets, empty flower pots and other small containers that can collect water. These efforts help eliminate the possible breeding grounds for mosquitoes.Since February, Florida has tracked more than 300 cases of the virus. Orange County has documented 36 travel-related cases. Osceola County has 17 cases, Seminole County recorded 11, and Lake County had one case.U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell, Orange County Director of Health Services Dr. Chris Hunter, and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy.Between June 1 and July 21, team members at Mosquito Control had conducted more than 7,500 field visits in response to suspected and confirmed cases, along with proactive measures and at the request of Orange County residents. “We approach all suspect cases as if positive. This response helps us to mitigate any potential delay that could be attributed to pending laboratory results,” explains Acting Manager for Mosquito Control Kelly Deutsch.“In addition, while the Florida Department of Health asks mosquito control personnel to focus targeted spraying 225 yards of an area of suspect Zika, Orange County Mosquito Control has elected to expand efforts to a 500-yard radius.”Orange County Mosquito Control has a working laboratory where researchers examine mosquitoes and larva found within the community. This information helps Orange County identify target areas for treatment and migration trends. Their efforts range from removing standing water, which serves as a breeding area, to providing research and information to partner agencies, along with spraying communities to rid them of mosquitoes. They have experience monitoring and combating various mosquito–borne diseases such as the West Nile virus, St. Louis Encephalitis, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, Dengue Fever and the Chikungunya virus.In addition, Orange County Mosquito Control has submitted more than 1,100 mosquitoes and 65 samples to the Bronson Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory in Kissimmee, Florida. The lab tests for mosquito-borne illnesses such as Zika, Chikungunya and Dengue fever. All results have been negative.“We have been working vigorously to mitigate the spread of the virus, but we need more funding to pay for staff, equipment, control materials and monitoring supplies,” Mayor Jacobs added. “The best way to fight this virus is to be proactive.”Federal funds have helped Orange County Mosquito Control hire 10 additional employees to assist with field work and encourage residents to be aware and vigilant about emptying containers of standing water. The recent funding of approximately $120,000 has also helped purchase additional equipment. Nonetheless, ongoing federal support will be crucial to the success of Orange County’s Mosquito Control program.In order to prevent mosquito-borne diseases it is important to remember to drain standing or still water to help eliminate breeding. Apply insect repellants containing DEET to repel mosquitoes and wear long sleeves, pants and socks to prevent bites.Visit Orange County’s Mosquito Safety website for more information. Please enter your comment! Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here The Anatomy of Fear last_img read more


first_img Tagged with: London marathon Virgin Money Giving About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. 2016 London Marathon breaks fundraising records  78 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis13 The Virgin Money London Marathon raised £59.4 million for charity this year, setting a new world record for an annual single day charity fundraising event for the tenth year running.This year’s race raised more than £5m more than 2015’s £54.1m total, taking the overall total raised since the inaugural 1981 race to more than £830m. Donations given through fundraising partner Virgin Money Giving also broke previous totals, at £26m including Gift Aid.As well as setting a new record for money raised, the 2016 Marathon also saw a record number of finishers, with 39,140 crossing the finishing line, and Shannon Foudy, a police officer from Hemel Hempstead, becoming the millionth finisher in the history of the event.The Marathon’s 2016 Charity of the Year, the NSPCC, raised more than £2m through its runners, which will go to support its Childline service.Peter Wanless, CEO of the NSPCC, said:“The money raised is going towards the project to transform our Childline service. We can currently only answer three out of four children who contact us and the money raised by our incredible marathon runners could pay for our trained volunteer counsellors to answer 500,000 children’s calls for help to Childline.”  77 total views,  1 views today Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis13 Melanie May | 16 September 2016 | Newslast_img read more


first_imgMaya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ Maya Bulger is a junior at Texas Christian University from Detroit, Michigan. Maya is pursuing a major in journalism and a minor in business. In her spare time she loves to watch sports, workout, read, hike, travel and bake. Linkedin Early action option removed from admission process Maya Bulger printThe Horned Frogs produced four event wins this weekend at the Jim Click Shootout in Tuscon, Ariz.Running EventsThe 4×100-meter relay squad of senior Raymond Bozmans, junior Emeilo Ferguson, sophomore Darrion Flowers and junior Jalen Miller ran the NCAA’s seventh-fastest time, with a time of 39.32 bringing home a gold for the team.Junior Scotty Newton swept both the triple and long jump this weekend. Newton jumped 25 feet 1.5 inches (7.66 meters) in the triple jump and 50 feet 11.75 inches (15.54 meters) in the long jump. For the women, junior Briona Oliver jumped her way to a second-place finish with a distance of 19-2.25 (5.85 meters) in the long jump.Junior Tiffany Terry won the 800 meters moving to No. 7 on TCU’s all-time list with a time of 2:10.73.In the 400 meters, Freshman Derrick Mokaleng recorded the NCAA’s No. 10 fastest time producing a personal-best time of 46.19. Junior Kevin McClanahan clocked a personal best with a time of 46.73. For the women, sophomore Kayla Heard placed fifth with a time of 55.53.On Friday, senior Makaila Flannigan finished the first heptathlon of her career with a total of 4,991 total points, placing her No. 2 on TCU’s all-time list.In the 200-meter dash, Flowers ran a career-best time of 21.12. For the women, senior Judy Emeodi placed third behind a time of 23.46 and Heard followed in fourth with a time of 23.65.In the 100-meter dash, Ferguson placed second clocking in at a season-best time of 10.34 and Miller placed fourth behind a time of 10.36. For the women, Emeodi recorded a time of 11.55 placing third and Oliver ran a personal-best time of 11.85 grabbing sixth.Sophomore Brenley Goertzen, placed second in the mile behind a time of 4:27.90.Sophomore Kirsten Johnston placed third in the 3,000 kilometer race with a time of 10:28.81. In the women’s 100-meter hurdles, sophomore Lexi Aitken placed second behind a time of 13.88 and sophomore Brittney Trought grabbed fourth with a time of 14.48.To close the meet, the men’s 4×400-meter relay squad of McClanahan, freshman Ryan Champlin, Ferguson and Mokaleng placed second with a time of 3:08.24.Field EventsTo begin the day on Saturday, senior Paola Miranda placed second in the hammer throw with a distance of 185 feet 7.75 inches (56.69 meters). On the men’s side, sophomore Fellan McGuigan recorded a season-best throw for the third-straight competition of 205 feet 2.75 inches (62.56 meters) grabbing third. Sophomore Justin Sanchez recorded a personal-best with a distance of 186 feet 0.25 inches (56.70 meters) on his final attempt. Freshman Ryan Camp placed sixth with a distance of 185 feet 3.50 inches (56.48 meters). Freshman Isaiah Rogers, grabbed and fifth in the shot put with a distance of 57 feet 3.75 inches (17.47 meters).Up Next Two teams added to ‘Meet The Frogs’ Facebook + posts Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Track and Field: Senior breaks another school record Courtesy of GoFrogs.comcenter_img Get to know the TCU admission counselors Twitter Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Facebook Twitter Previous articleNo. 30 TCU cap strong weekend with 4-0 sweep over Iowa StateNext articleOffense stays hot, Frogs extend win streak in 13-2 win over Murray State Maya Bulger RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin ReddIt Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ The Horned Frogs will host the Horned Frogs Invitational at the Lowdon Track and Field Complex in Fort Worth on Saturday, April 15. World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution ReddItlast_img read more


first_imgTwitter Facebook Garrett is a Journalism and Sports Broadcasting double major. He is the Managing Editor for TCU360, and his passions are God, family, friends, sports, and great food. Linkedin + posts Twitter ReddIt Linkedin TCU welcomed six new inductees into the Letterman Hall of Fame Thursday night. Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Boschini talks: construction, parking, tuition, enrollment, DEI, a student trustee Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Listen: The Podell and Pickell Show with L.J. Collier printTCU Lettermen’s Association added to its list of distinguished athletes Thursday with a class of inductees that included two active coaches. Director of Volleyball Jill Kramer (Volleyball) and graduate assistant coach Corey Santee (Men’s Basketball) joined Austin Adams (Baseball), Kelly Crowell-Goehl (Women’s Diving), Pete Jordan (Men’s Golf) and Col. Sue Ann Sandusky (Rifle) in the Hall of Fame, 50 years after Dutch Meyer and Davey O’Brien were members of its inaugural class in 1967.“We’re celebrating 50 years tonight of the Hall of Fame, which is really cool,” TCU athletic director Chris Del Conte said.  Kramer is the third active head coach in the Hall of Fame. She joins men’s basketball coach Jamie Dixon and men’s tennis coach David Roditi. A member of the Class of 1999, Kramer was TCU’s first scholarship volleyball player and holds the program records for kills and total career attacks. She also sits atop the leaderboard for the Horned Frog single-season records in kills, kills per game and total attacks as well as two Western Athletic Conference records. Her induction marks the first volleyball player to enter the Hall.“I’d consider myself the lucky one that gets to represent TCU volleyball up here for the first time because this is about my teammates, I’m representing them here and all the players that I have coached,” Kramer said. “I think I had the opportunity to do a lot of firsts here, that’s one of the big reasons I came to school year, and for them to honor our sport is really cool.”Last night was very special!Congrats to @jillkramer on becoming the first #TCUVB player into the @TCULettermen Hall of Fame!#GoFrogs pic.twitter.com/KndkIXoNuC— TCU Volleyball (@TCUvolleyball) October 20, 2017Santee, who is on Dixon’s staff, graduated in 2005 and is the all-time assist leader and the second all-time leading scorer with 1,832 points. He also sits at No. 2 all-time in steals and minutes played, having started 61 consecutive games during his time playing in Fort Worth.“This was unbelievable that all the hard work I put in is paying off and to be honored for it is a blessing,” Santee said. Dixon said he got to know Santee after calling Santee to congratulate him on being selected for the Hall of Fame. He added that he offered Santee a job when one came open this summer following their conversation about the Hall of Fame.Our staff now has two in the @TCULettermen Hall of Farme. Congrats Corey Santee! pic.twitter.com/JaLhFIKcDv— TCU Basketball (@TCUBasketball) October 20, 2017Adams, Class of 2007, was a first-year player in the outfield when head coach Jim Schlossnagle came to TCU. He was part of the early teams that laid the foundation for a program that’s appeared in five College World Series. “To Coach’s credit, he was the right guy for the job by happenstance,” Adams said. “I wasn’t recruited by him, but when I got here he gave me a chance to play and we just started getting after it.”Jordan made his mark at TCU and in the PGA: he was an All-American who helped lead the Horned Frogs to the its first Southwest Conference championship in 1986, and he appeared in nearly 300 tournaments on the PGA Tour during his 20-year professional career.“I didn’t expect all this and it’s been amazing,” Jordan said.Rounding out the 2017 was a member of the class of 1994 Kelly Crowell-Goehl, representing Women’s Diving, and a member of the class of 1974 Col. Sue Ann Sandusky, representing Rifle. Crowell-Goehl was an NCAA All-American in 1993. She qualified for the NCAA Championships three consecutive years from 1991-93 and still holds many TCU diving records. She was the TCU Female Athlete of the Year in 1991-92 and earned the award for TCU Athlete of the Year in 1992-93. Sandusky earned three-time All-American honors for TCU rifle from 1972-74 and was the best in the nation, winning back-to-back national women’s air rifle championships. She earned two gold medals at world shooting championships and served on the U.S. Olympic Committee. Sandusky was recruited to join the U.S. Army when military services were first opening up to women and was a member of the USAR International Shooting Team from 1975-1982. ReddIt Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Men’s basketball scores season-low in NIT semifinals loss to Texas Facebook Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Previous articleRyan’s golden goal beats Iowa State in OT thrillerNext articleStudents celebrate Diwali with Mela carnival Garrett Podell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Boschini: ‘None of the talk matters because Jamie Dixon is staying’ World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Garrett Podell The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive yearslast_img read more


first_imgNewsBreaking news#BREAKING Rescue operation underway at Irish Cement after worker fallBy Staff Reporter – July 25, 2017 1369 Twitter TAGSfeaturedIrish CementlimerickLimerick City Fire and Rescuerescue Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Advertisement WhatsApp Print Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads center_img Email Facebook Previous articleBook launch by anti-war activist Margaretta D’ArcyNext articleSpectacular Footage of U2’s Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Tour Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” The incident occurred at Irish Cement in LimerickA MAJOR rescue operation is underway at the Irish Cement Factory after a worker fell on scaffolding at the Dock Road based facility in Limerick this Tuesday morning.Four units from Limerick city and county Fire and Rescue service were alerted shortly after 10am this Tuesday and are attending the scene along with Emergency Paramedics.Crews are currently devising a plan on the rescue the man who fell near one of the large silos.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Firefighters have a rope rescue team on site and are commencing the removal of the injured man.Two cranes are at the scene at Irish Cement in LimerickTwo cranes are also at the site to assist with the removalGardai are investigating.See more Limerick news herelast_img read more


first_img By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 WhatsApp WASHINGTON (AP) — In another reversal of Trump-era policy, the Biden administration on Wednesday dropped its discrimination lawsuit against Yale University that alleged the Ivy League school was illegally discriminating against Asian American and white applicants. Federal prosecutors said the Justice Department’s underlying investigation, aimed at ensuring Yale complies with federal anti-discrimination laws, continues. The government accused Yale in October of violating civil rights laws because it “discriminates based on race and national origin in its undergraduate admissions process, and that race is the determinative factor in hundreds of admissions decisions each year.” The investigation stemmed from a 2016 complaint by the New Jersey-based Asian American Coalition for Education coalition against Yale, Brown and Dartmouth. Yale said its practices comply with decades of Supreme Court precedent and that it looks at “the whole person” when deciding which applicants to admit. A department spokesperson said in a statement that it was dropping the suit “in light of all available facts, circumstances, and legal developments” but didn’t specify further. The government also notified Yale that it had withdrawn its determination letter that the university discriminated based on race and national origin. Yale was gratified and pleased by those two developments, spokesperson Karen Peart said. But Swan Lee, a co-founder of the group behind the complaint, called it “a racist decision because it preserves discrimination in education. It’s a setback in our fight against racial discrimination against Asian Americans in education.” The change in administrations brought an end to the suit, but the challenge to college admissions policies that take race into account is alive in a case against Harvard’s practices. The challengers have lost at each round in the lower courts, but their appeal is expected in the coming weeks at the Supreme Court, where a conservative majority may well be more receptive. “The challenge to race-based affirmative action in higher education will continue regardless of any change in the Department of Justice,” said Edward Blum, the president of Students for Fair Admissions, which filed the lawsuit against Harvard. The department, under President Donald Trump, had backed the challenge in the lower courts. The Yale investigation also found that the university used race as a factor in multiple steps of the admissions process and that Yale “racially balances its classes.” The Supreme Court has ruled colleges and universities may consider race in admissions decisions but has said that must be done in a narrowly tailored way to promote diversity and should be limited in time. Schools also bear the burden of showing why their consideration of race is appropriate. “I am totally shocked by the Biden DOJ’s hasty decision to drop the Yale lawsuit, only eight days after President Biden signed an executive order claiming to combat anti-Asian discrimination,” said Yukong Zhao, the president of the Asian American Coalition for Education. But the decision was lauded by other civil rights groups, including one run by the Biden administration’s incoming assistant attorney general for civil rights. “It has been proven in the courts that race-conscious admissions programs are lawful, and Black students and other students of color who come from all walks of life can rest a little easier knowing our government is looking to lift them up, not divide and suppress,” said David Hinojosa, director of the Educational Opportunities Project at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. The group’s president, Kristen Clarke, is Biden’s nominee to run the Justice Department’s civil rights division Biden’s Justice Department is working to undo Trump policies, including “zero tolerance,” the immigration policy that was responsible for family separations. Also Wednesday, the Supreme Court agreed to requests from the Biden administration to put off arguments in two challenges to Trump-era policies involving the U.S.-Mexico border wall and asylum-seekers as Biden works to change the policies that had been challenged in court. ——— Associated Press writers Mark Sherman, Collin Binkley in Boston, and Dave Collins in Hartford, Connecticut, contributed to this report. TAGS  Twitter Pinterest Local NewsUS News Justice Department drops Yale admissions discrimination suitcenter_img Facebook Facebook Previous articleWomply Hits Milestone by Helping 250,000 Small Businesses Access Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) LoansNext articleDAILY OIL PRICE: February 3 Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest Twitter WhatsApplast_img read more


first_img STOWE, Vt., Feb. 3, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Policy Inspector Inc. is pleased to announce we have partnered with FIMC in their new Silver Safeguard benefit program. The Policy Inspector searches for lost insurance policies and annuities for members and their loved ones; including policies on living and deceased policyholders. By finding lost policies, members avoid losing out on any potential benefits due to them. FIMC seeks to provide a safety net to individuals and their families who wish to avoid the financial burden of common but unexpected life events. They exist to fill the gaps left by insurance and traditional auto club plans so their members can enjoy complete peace of mind in any circumstances. As part of a comprehensive package of premium services members of FIMC Silver Safeguard will have access to Policy Inspector services to search for lost and unclaimed policies. Because “No policy should be left unclaimed.” Learn more at: https://www.policyinspector.com/ MEDIA CONTACT Policy Inspector Inc. Phil Bongiorno [email protected] 802-355-6649 NEWS SOURCE: Policy Inspector Inc. This press release was issued on behalf of the news source (Policy Inspector Inc.) who is solely responsibile for its accuracy, by Send2Press® Newswire. Information is believed accurate but not guaranteed. Story ID: 68111 APDF-R8.2 © 2021 Send2Press®, a press release and e-marketing service of NEOTROPE®, Calif., USA. To view the original version, visit: https://www.send2press.com/wire/policy-inspector-partners-with-fimc/ Disclaimer: This press release content was not created by the Associated Press (AP). Policy Inspector Partners with FIMC TAGS  Previous articleClosing prices for crude oil, gold and other commoditiesNext articleCity beats Burnley 2-0, restores 3-point lead in EPL Digital AIM Web Support Twitter Pinterest Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – March 4, 2021 center_img Local News Facebook Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more


first_imgHome » News » Housing Market » Bank of England to consult on buy-to-let ‘prudence’ Bank of England to consult on buy-to-let ‘prudence’31st March 20160633 Views The Bank of England has published a consultation paper (CP) which seeks views on its proposals which could result in strict limitations for buy-to-let mortgages.David Smith (left), the Residential Landlords Association’s Policy Director said, “The Bank needs to be careful that it does not over-react to the current surge in buy to let applications which are aiming to beat the tax increases coming in April.‘These include a three percentage points extra levy on stamp duty and abolition of mortgage interest relief. It is likely that the impact of these will significantly reduce the demand for borrowing.“We would urge the Bank to tread carefully and avoid any premature moves that could stifle the supply of the 1 million rental properties the country desperately needs.”The consultation paper says:Underwriting standards for buy-to-let mortgage contracts – CP11/16​BackgroundThis consultation paper (CP) seeks views on a supervisory statement which sets out the Prudential Regulation Authority’s (PRA’s) proposals regarding its expectations of minimum standards that firms should meet when underwriting buy-to-let mortgage contracts. The proposals also include clarification regarding application of the small and medium enterprises (SME) supporting factor on buy-to-let mortgages.Summary of proposalsThe proposals seek to ensure that firms conduct their buy-to-let business in a prudent manner. They aim to prevent a marked loosening in buy-to-let underwriting standards and to curtail inappropriate lending and the potential for excessive credit losses.The proposals to clarify expectations in relation to application of the SME supporting factor are aimed at enhancing the transparency and consistency of the PRA’s regulatory approach.The proposals also support the Financial Policy Committee’s ability to act from a macroprudential perspective.The proposals are relevant to PRA-regulated firms that undertake buy-to-let lending that is not already subject to FCA regulation. The clarification regarding the SME supporting factor is relevant for firms bound by the Capital Requirements Regulation (575/2013) (CRR).The CP proposes:i) a set of expectations for firms that underwrite UK buy-to-let mortgage contracts where the land is intended to be occupied as a dwelling on the basis of a rental agreement, in pounds sterling, regardless of whether the borrower is an individual or limited company; andii) a clarification in relation to application of the SME supporting factor on buy-to-let mortgages.Chapter 2 outlines the PRA’s proposals. Chapter 3 considers the PRA’s statutory obligations in relation to the proposals. Appendix 1 details the draft supervisory statement.The supervisory statement follows a PRA review of underwriting standards in the buy-to-let sector which covered 31 firms (c.92% of the market). This review highlighted concerns about lenders’ growth plans and how they might meet them. In particular, there is a risk that firms relax underwriting standards, thus affecting their safety and soundness. The findings suggested a need for microprudential action.ResponsesThis consultation closes on Wednesday 29 June 2016. Please address any comments or enquiries to [email protected] can download the full paper here: http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/pra/Pages/publications/cp/2016/cp1116.aspxBank of England buy-to-let buy-to-let mortgages consultation paper 2016-03-31The Negotiator Related articles 40% of tenants planning a move now that Covid has eased says Nationwide3rd May 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 First-time buyers, not Stamp Duty, now driving market says leading agency29th April 2021What’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.last_img read more


first_imgU E After an extensive two-year process, the University of Evansville announces that the sale of its radio broadcast frequency 91.5 to WAY-FM is complete.The University announced the sale in May 2019 and the Federal Communications Commission has approved the transaction. Effective today, programming on 91.5 will seamlessly switch to the WAY-FM broadcast.UE students will continue to have access to an array of broadcast outlets, such as ESPN3 and the Old National Bank radio network, which provide the full spectrum of experience in preparation for today’s multimedia environment. Additionally, WUEV’s audio production facilities will be integrated into the multimedia resources that UE currently has for students to develop skills that will prepare them for the current digital media environment. These resources include the Mel Peterson Video Production Lab in the newly renovated Hyde Hall. This state-of-the-art lab is complete with green screen technology and post-production editing capabilities that students began utilizing this fall.The decision to sell the station will save the University an estimated $1 million over the course of ten years, in addition to capital expense improvements. UE will retain the assets that will be impactful for its communications curriculum. The University will invest these savings into strategic initiatives to further enhance the student experience.Patrick Communications represented the University in the sale, which was first announced in May 2019, and the WUEV call letters will remain with the University of Evansville.WAY-FM is a national, nonprofit radio broadcasting network. The network currently serves the Evansville area under the 91.9 frequency and will expand upon its local service with the acquisition of 91.5.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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