Story Highlights He noted that the role of sanitation workers should not be seen as “just collecting the garbage”, noting that they play an important role in ensuring a clean and healthy environment. The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) is outfitting its sanitation workers with new, professional uniforms through a $20 million allocation from the Government. Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Hon. Desmond McKenzie, said the uniforms will ensure that when the workers visit the homes of residents “they look like a professional workforce providing service to the taxpaying public.” The National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) is outfitting its sanitation workers with new, professional uniforms through a $20 million allocation from the Government.The smart navy overalls come with neon-green vests, which reflect light, making the workers more visible to motorists when they work at night.Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Hon. Desmond McKenzie, said the uniforms will ensure that when the workers visit the homes of residents “they look like a professional workforce providing service to the taxpaying public.”“The agency is ensuring that (everyone) whose responsibility it is to go out there and collect the garbage, that they are properly attired, and reflect the new vision and direction of the NSWMA,” he noted.Minister McKenzie was addressing a ceremony to hand over four compact trucks to the NSWMA at the entity’s headquarters on Half-Way Tree Road, St. Andrew, on Tuesday (July 18).He noted that the role of sanitation workers should not be seen as “just collecting the garbage”, noting that they play an important role in ensuring a clean and healthy environment.He said that in addition to the uniforms “we are also (looking to) see how best we can improve the pay that you are getting.”The new compact trucks will be assigned to each of the four regions of the NSWMA.Mr. McKenzie said more units will be arriving on the island in September as part of efforts to improve the services provided by the agency.Executive Director of the NSWMA, Audley Gordon, said the entity is on a drive to improve efficiency in the collection of garbage, and is urging householders to assist the process by containerising their waste.He noted that community garbage collection is conducted on a scheduled basis, which will be published in order to ensure transparency and keep residents informed.
October 17, 2019
TORONTO – Criminal lawyer Marie Henein has thrown her support behind the #MeToo movement, calling it a “necessary social awakening,” but warning that it “needs to stop being salacious.”Henein, who has made headlines for representing former CBC host Jian Ghomeshi and ex-Ontario attorney general Michael Bryant, admitted Wednesday evening that she had been intentionally quiet about the movement stemming from sexual assault allegations that have ensnared several high-profile figures.“I have sort of been avoiding speaking about this topic, not because I don’t have views, (because) I do and not because I don’t think this is something worth thinking about, but because I worry sometimes that we won’t be carefully heard,” she said. “I worry when there is a sea of voices, you get drowned out.”Her comments came at a discussion about the movement and how women are treated by and in the law that was hosted by lawyer Kim Stanton at the University of Toronto’s Hart House.Henein said many wrongly assume she is against #MeToo and acknowledged “I have acted for people that have been charged with sexual assault, but that does not mean I am a proponent, supporter or facilitator of sexual assault.”Instead, she said she feels the #MeToo movement is “a social gut check” and “a reminder that we as a society cannot afford to be complacent because we have miles to go.”Henein rattled off statistics about the lack of women leading businesses and in parliamentary roles, but also touched on censorship of #MeToo in Asia.She also looked overseas to describe how the movement was used to protest a Pakistani girl’s rape and pointed out that there are still many women in developing countries who are illiterate or don’t even have control over their family’s finances.“These groups cannot be forgotten in this movement,” she said. “It is not just about Hollywood or the famous person against who an allegation has been levelled that should capture the front page or the politicians.”She criticized media for the lack of #MeToo stories focused on blue-collar workers, and later called out society for failing to be more accommodating towards women, who are often left to juggle raising children and furthering their career.It is a problem that has stuck many professions, including law, where Stanton said 50 per cent of women leave the profession in their first five years.To a rousing round of applause, Henein said she refuses to speak at life-work programs “unless it’s an all male audience because that’s actually who needs to hear it.”“There is a really easy way to allow you to get to work and allow you to take care of your kids and that is if your partner does some of it,” she said. “I would love to see (society) accommodate women to pursue their careers as vigorously as men do and not be saddled by this enormous sense of guilt that if you’re not home at 4:30 p.m. and feeding your kids, you are a bad human being.”
October 16, 2019
Chevy Chase has put his name to an email to supporters of the Clinton Foundation, explaining how he has been inspired by Bill Clinton.“There are few people I admire more than Bill Clinton,” he writes in the email. “This is a man who gathers leaders and dreamers, thousands upon thousands of people determined to change the world for the better – people like you – and gets them to make great things happen. Who can compete with that?“I’ve had the good fortune to know President Clinton for more than two decades – during his presidency and after. I’ve always wished that other people could have the same chance to spend time with such an inspirational man.“And now you can. The Clinton Foundation is offering you a phenomenal opportunity to help improve lives around the world and be entered for the chance to win a trip to New York City to spend the day with President Clinton.“Donate by April 12, and YOU can win a chance to meet President Clinton, all while supporting the Clinton Foundation’s life-changing work all around the globe.“The work that you will be supporting is beyond incredible. Even chipping in just a little will mean amazing improvements in the lives of millions, including: • Helping farmers in Rwanda maximize both the food they can provide the community and the profits they can bring back on their crops. • Providing more than 2,300 small agricultural producers with capacity building in Peru. • Bringing together more than 1,600 investors and donors resulting in more than $150 million in investments in Haiti to spur recovery and economic growth. • Expanding a healthy schools program in the United States to 16,000 schools. • Growing a retrofit program to help more businesses and homeowners save energy costs while also combating climate change.“How can you turn that down?“If a chance to meet President Clinton isn’t enough to convince you, how about this: Donate right now and you’ll be improving the lives of millions of people around the world.“You won’t regret it. President Clinton would tell you that funding the Foundation’s work is one of the best possible things you can do, but let me assure you that meeting him is right behind it.”
October 13, 2019
VICTORIA, B.C. – ICBC is reminding drivers to keep safety in mind when travelling on the roads this Labour Day weekend.According to ICBC, each year approximately five people die and 610 people are injured in 2,200 crashes across the province during the Labour Day weekend.To help ensure that everyone travels safely, ICBC is reminding drivers to share the road with motorcyclists, cyclists, and pedestrians. ICBC is also reminding drivers to avoid distractions while driving, such as the use of electronics, and avoid being impaired whether from the consumption of alcohol and drugs or from fatigue. Remember, if you choose to drink or use drugs, do not drive.Drivers are also being reminded to plan ahead to ensure a safe trip and to check the latest updates by visiting drivebc.ca.More driving safety tips can be found on ICBC’s website.
October 8, 2019
A Presidential task force has already been established to supervise the program.The President also instructed the Deputy Minister of Mahaweli, Ajith Mannapperuma and an Additional Secretary of the Presidential Secretariat and senior representatives of the Ministry of Plantation Industries to coordinate the work of the Presidential task force. President Maithripala Sirisena has declared war on the fall armyworm caterpillar and instructed officials to launch a national programme to eradicate the threat posed by the caterpillar also known as Sena.The President’s media division said that President Sirisena had today given instructions to the relevant authorities to fulfill their respective duties with commitment and in an efficient manner to control the spread of the caterpillar. The President had further instructed the authorities to jointly implement a program to spray pesticide with the assistance of the public as well as the private sector and conduct a national programme within a time frame. He gave the instructions during a meeting held at the Presidential Secretariat today. In addition, the President stated that an awareness program must be implemented for farmers and farmer organizations to educate them on the imperative need to control and eliminate the pest.Ministers P. Harison and Daya Gamage, State Minister Amir Ali, and the secretary the Ministry of Mahaweli and Environment Anura Disanayake, Director General of Mahaweli, Dr. B.M.S. Dissanayake, Commissioner General of Agrarian Services and Wildlife W.M.M.B. Weerasekara and Director General of Agriculture W.M.W. Weerakoon were also present at the discussion. (Colombo Gazette)
October 6, 2019
The United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan and the head of UNICEF, the UN’s children agency, voiced their outrage today at reports of possible widespread sexual abuse of children in West African refugee camps. UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan “is clearly shocked and disturbed at the news…[and] has directed that these allegations be investigated as thoroughly and urgently as possible, and remedial action aimed at strengthening the protection of women and children be taken as necessary,” a UN spokesperson told a press briefing in New York. “The Secretary-General reiterates the policy of zero tolerance for any such acts perpetrated by anyone employed by or affiliated with the United Nations,” said spokesperson Marie Okabe. “He intends to act forcefully should any of these allegations be confirmed and undertakes to do so in a transparent and expeditious manner.” Ms. Okabe added that an independent four-person investigation team was already on the ground, looking into the allegations. The team, comprising a paediatrician who is an expert on child abuse, a staff member of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Inspector-General’s office and two officers from the UN’s internal watchdog, the Office of Internal Oversight Services, is expected to provide its findings in early March. Meanwhile, the head of the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Carol Bellamy, said that the agency was deeply concerned about the sexual abuse and exploitation of girls and boys “wherever and however it occurs,” and noted that the issue has been a key part of its ongoing work to protect the rights and dignity of children. UNICEF has also worked to raise awareness of the problem among governments, encouraging them to adopt legislation criminalizing all forms of sexual exploitation, and worked to sensitize UN staff, including UN peacekeepers, to children’s rights, Ms. Bellamy added. According to an assessment released late Tuesday by UNHCR and the non-governmental organization, Save the Children UK, much of the abuse is allegedly perpetrated by local staff employed by national and international aid organizations, including UNHCR. The information is based on testimony from children in camps located in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone gathered during a 40-day mission to the region by a team from the two organizations. “All of us at UNICEF are committed to ending the sexual abuse of children,” Ms. Bellamy said. “We stand ready to work with UNHCR, Save the Children, and other partners and governments to ensure the issues raised by this week’s report are fully explored, understood and addressed.”
October 3, 2019
by Lorne Cook And Raf Casert, The Associated Press Posted Dec 15, 2016 11:14 am MDT Last Updated Dec 15, 2016 at 7:32 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email French President Francois Hollande, second left, speaks with the Mayor of Aleppo, Brita Hagi Hasan, left, and Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, second right, during a round table meeting at an EU Summit in Brussels on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016. European Union leaders meet Thursday in Brussels to discuss defense, migration, the conflict in Syria and Britain’s plans to leave the bloc. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert) Russia casts shadow over European Union summit BRUSSELS – Russia had no seat at the European Union’s table Thursday but it cast a shadow over the summit as a target for criticism of its role in the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine.Russian President Vladimir Putin’s influence over the wars that have dragged on for years deeply frustrated a Europe limited to diplomacy, money or humanitarian aid to try to change facts on the ground.“Faced with the brutality of the Syrian regime and its supporters, notably Russia and Iran, we are not as effective as we would like to be,” EU Council President Donald Tusk told reporters. “Unfortunately, I know who is effective enough, not in humanitarian assistance, but in bombing.”German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, “We are all seeing something in the 21st century that is shameful, that is heart-breaking, that shows we haven’t been able to act politically how we would like to act.”A great unknown also weighs on the Europeans: exactly what U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s attitude toward Russia will be, given the benevolent view of Putin that he expressed during the election campaign.The EU has slapped sanctions on Russia for annexing Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula, and the leaders gave their greenlight Thursday for some of them to be rolled over for a further six months. But cracks have appeared in Europe’s facade, with Italy notably pushing for an easing of the punitive measures.Any sign that Trump will be more tolerant of Russia’s actions is only likely to deepen the EU divide.Tusk said it was too early to assess what might be possible effects of U.S. policy toward Russia. “We have to wait for the declaration of the new president.”In any case, new sanctions over Russia’s backing of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime in crushing the besieged eastern city of Aleppo were not on the table, despite stiff criticism expressed by some member states.“I have been talking constantly to Russia, and Russia makes commitments that it is not keeping. Now it is time for us to conclude a cease-fire,” French President Francois Hollande told reporters.Putin also cast a shadow as the leaders struggled to broker a compromise with the Netherlands that would allow the EU to enact a long-standing agreement with Ukraine on closer ties.The agreement is the same one that sparked the Maidan Square popular uprising in Kyiv three years ago. Protests broke out in November 2013 when then Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych abruptly decided to abandon the pact with the EU and seek closer co-operation with Moscow instead.Hundreds of thousands took to the streets. Later, the protests later turned violent and more than 100 people were killed, many of them by sniper fire.The EU compromise involved a legally binding text explaining that the agreement does not mean membership for Ukraine or military support or more money beyond the billions already poured into the country from Europe.It may be enough to persuade Dutch lawmakers to approve a pact that was rejected by voters earlier this year. But those guarantees may also be music to Putin’s ears.___Associated Press writer Geir Moulson contributed to this report.
September 20, 2019
Review: ‘Daemon X Machina’ Has Big Robots, Small Fun on Nintendo SwitchThis Robot Is Equal Parts Lawnmower and Snow Blower Stay on target I, for one, welcome Disney’s new cuddly robot overlords.The conglomerate last week earned a patent for a “soft body robot for physical interaction with humans.”According to the paperwork, the entertainment giant intends to build a squishy cyborg—which, based on early sketches, looks a lot like Baymax, the inflatable healthcare robot from Disney’s 2014 animated hit Big Hero 6.Across the globe, visitors to Walt Disney theme parks recognize costumed characters roaming the grounds (Prince Charming once wished me a happy birthday from a float in the Disney World Festival of Fantasy Parade).But with the advent of new technologies, the poor humans sweating inside those Seven Dwarfs outfits may one day become redundant. After all, why pay a person to dress as Frozen princesses Elsa and Anna when a machine can do the job?“As robotic systems become cheaper, more reliable, and more capable, their prevalence in our everyday environment continues to increase,” the Disney application said, citing their use in stores and amusement parks, among other settings.“[We] recognized that there was a need for robots that can safely interact with humans and, particularly with children,” the Burbank-based company said.Inventors tested their design via small, toy-sized androids with soft, fluid-filled body parts; each module can sense pressure and react accordingly “to provide protection to the child (or other outside actor) and robot during the interaction.”The exact use and form of these humanoids remain unclear; Disney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.As the Orlando Sentinel pointed out, Walt Disney World is no stranger to free-roaming robots: The park was home to retired radio-controlled Push the Talking Trash Can and Lucky the Dinosaur, an animatronic Segnosaurus who still meets visitors at Walt Disney Imagineering.Inventors Katsu Yamane, Joohyung Kim, and Alexander Nicholas Alspach of Pennsylvania filed the patent application in February 2016; the US Patent and Trademark Office awarded the copyright on April 6, 2017.
September 15, 2019
Autumn Budget 2017: The national living wage will increase to £7.83 an hour from April 2018, Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced.On the recommendation of the independent Low Pay Commission (LPC), the national living wage will increase by 4.4%, taking the current minimum level of pay for individuals aged 25 and over from £7.50 an hour to £7.83 an hour.Other pay increases that will apply from April 2018 include a rise in the rate for 21-to-24 year olds by 4.7% from £7.05 to £7.38 an hour, the rate for 18-to-20 year olds by 5.4% from £5.60 to £5.90 an hour, a 3.7% increase in the rate for 16-to-17 year olds from £4.05 to £4.20 an hour and a 5.7% rise in the rate for apprentices from £3.50 to £3.70 an hour.The LPC estimates the increases to the national living wage will benefit over two million workers.Catrina Smith, partner in the employment team at Norton Rose Fulbright, said: “The Chancellor has said the national living wage will rise to £7.83 per hour from April 2018, which will be a welcome change for many and provide more security for the lowest-paid workers but will, of course, increase costs for employers.“Of interest to all employers is the announcement that the government will publish a discussion paper in response to the Taylor Review on employment practices in the modern economy. It is hoped that any changes which result from the work done as a result leave us with an employment and tax system, which better suits modern ways of working and providing services”Alan Price, employment law director, at employment law consultancy Peninsula, added: “This early confirmation ensures employers have sufficient time to plan for the wage increases, both financially and administratively.“Following an increased focus on enforcement in this area, failing to pass on these increases puts employers at risk of being publicly named and shamed or facing financial penalties. Even a one-day delay will create liability.”
September 9, 2019
(Photo courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)Audubon Alaska recently released an atlas showing where the most valuable salmon streams and bird habitat are located in Southeast. It also identifies the biggest threats to those areas.Listen Now Spread across 200 pages, the ecological atlas of the region includes a lot more than maps. Melanie Smith, the director of conservation science for Audubon Alaska, said the organization wanted to create something both policymakers and regular people could use.It follows in the footsteps of other atlases Audubon has released about the Arctic and Western Alaska. Smith said this latest Southeast edition is another comprehensive overview that helps provide context.“What do we know about how this place works?” Smith said. “And why it matters and what types of considerations we should be thinking about when we’re thinking about a sustainable future in the Tongass?”The atlas features bear viewing hotspots and birding locations. But also, what Audubon Alaska believes are human-caused dangers to these environments, like old growth clear cut logging.Smith said what surprised her the most while putting the atlas together is how quickly the climate is changing.“I’m sorry to say that Southeast Alaska is supposed to become a little bit of a wetter place,” she said.The region has enjoyed a recent sunny streak. But Smith said — in the future — more rain could be in the forecast due to warming. Climate projections suggest a 2-degree temperature rise by the year 2050.“Which also has implications for how productive salmon populations may be so there’s a chain of possible effects.”Smith said less snow pack and more downpours could affect salmon laying eggs in nearby streams. But for now, the atlas shows where the fishing is ripe in Southeast. And she hopes to encourage readers to keep it that way.You can learn more about the regional atlas on Thursday in Juneau. Audubon Alaska will be presenting at the University of Alaska Southeast student recreation center at 7 p.m.
September 3, 2019
.A prison guard was arrested reportedly with 50 yaba tablets from the city of Chattogram on Saturday night, reports UNB.The arrested is M Saiful Islam, 22, a prison guard of Chittagong Central Jail.Officer-in-charge of Kotwali police station Mohammad Mohsin said a police team intercepted a CNG-run auto-rickshaw in Kadamtali Flyover around 7:45pm and arrested Saiful along with the contraband tablets.The prison guard was going to Halishahar for selling yaba pills, he claimed.
September 2, 2019
Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X 00:00 /09:39 Listen Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas plans to open 10 of its own clinics in the Houston and Dallas areas, a plan that highlights an emerging method of cost-cutting for insurers. The medical centers will be operated by Sanitas USA, a clinic operator that began in Colombia as an insurer itself. Sanitas has previously opened clinics in New Jersey and Florida with Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) plans in those states as partners. The Texas clinics are planned to open in January 2020.BCBS executives say the move is part of the company’s “value-based journey.” Care providers will be reimbursed based on patient outcomes rather than the traditional fee-for-service model, a framework BCBS says results in more holistic family-based care and lower costs.Each clinic will provide primary-care services alongside urgent care, lab work, diagnostic imaging, care coordination, and wellness and disease management programs, according to a news release from the company. “This kind of model of care is really more or less the way I was trained to be as a family doc,” said Bob Morrow, Southeast Texas Market President of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas. “When you go from more of a fee-for-service based to a fee-for-value based, this actually allows me to do what I do as a family doctor better and be rewarded for it.” The move signals a trend towards vertical integration on the part of insurers, who have noticed urgent care clinics rising in popularity, Rice University health economist Vivian Ho told Houston Matters. The abundance of free-standing emergency rooms in Texas, many of which leave patients with high bills for standard services, may have driven the decision, Ho said.Video Playerhttps://cdn.hpm.io/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/10123408/Houston-Matters-2019-04-10-at-11.48am.mp400:0000:0000:25Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The six Houston-area clinics will be located in Bellaire, Katy, Northwest Houston, Southeast Houston, Spring and West Houston, the company announced. Each clinic will service Blue Cross and Blue Shield card holders, self-pay patients and seniors with traditional Medicare coverage.
September 1, 2019
Dr. Wayne A. I. FrederickHoward University will hold an inauguration of its 17th president, Wayne A. I. Frederick, M.D., MBA. The Inauguration Ceremony will be held at the university at 10 a.m. on March 6. For more information, visit http://www2.howard.edu/events/Inauguration.
September 1, 2019
Everybody dislikes having to think up and remember multiple strong passwords, and password-creating software is only as strong as the master password you still have to think up and remember. So the next generation of secure ID is biometrics, which so far seems to be fingerprints. However, fingerprints can be stolen even if that means chopping your victim’s finger off.Do you know what’s a lot harder to steal? Your skull.A team of researchers from the University of Stuttgart, Saarland University, and Max Planck Institute for Informatics have developed a new system called SkullConduct, which basically uses your skull echo as a secure form of user identification. In order to do that, they use bone conduction of sound.SkullConduct has been created to work with augmented reality glasses such as Google Glass or HoloLens. It uses a combination of built-in microphones and additional electronics to analyze the frequency of a sound transmitted through the wearer’s skull. As everyone’s skull is slightly different, the frequency response will vary allowing for a unique identity to be determined.When first setting up SkullConduct for a user, white noise is played using bone conduction and then recorded. Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficient (MFCC) features are then extracted from the recorded audio and a unique identifier classification set. This process is then repeated and compared to the stored identifier when authentication is required.Tests involving ten participants demonstrated that SkullConduct has a 97% accuracy rate, and doesn’t suffer when the device testing identity is repeatedly removed and put back on again. Combine that with a low cost and easy integration with a number of head-worn objects, e.g. a pair of glasses, and you have a pretty robust user identification system that could easily be rolled out to the masses.I like this system, mainly because you could integrate it into the glasses million of people already wear every day. You could then wirelessly link the ID authentication with a smartphone for mobile payments, and set up any number of other devices to accept such an ID test, for example, when using an ATM. I imagine eventually it could be miniaturized to the same size as a typical hearing aid.[Human skull image courtesy of S S. on Flickr]
August 18, 2019
4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches “The front, physically, it’s like a wall. It’s too cloudy. It’s too rainy. It’s too bumpy,” he said. “What we need is to find a weak spot in this ‘wall’ so we can fly over.”Borschberg diverted to Nagoya due to weather worries while traveling from Nanjing in China to Hawaii, at 8,175 kilometers (5,079 miles) the longest leg of the round-the-world journey which began in Abu Dhabi.He said his plane, which was slightly damaged by a cover tousled by the wind while on the ground in Nagoya, is fully repaired and ready to go.The flight to Hawaii will take five or six days. The airplane carries no fuel, so project engineers use simulations to decide if it is safe to fly.Borschberg and the project’s leader, Bertrand Piccard, are taking turns flying the plane solo. Since the plane is meant to travel during the summer, there is a limit to how long they can wait to make the flight this year.“I hope we will find a time in the next two weeks,” Borschberg said. “What makes this flight very difficult is that we are at the very limit of what the weather forecasting can do today and we don’t want to take too much of a risk.” The plane, called the Solar Impulse 2, is powered by more than 17,000 solar cells on its wings that recharge its batteries, enabling it to fly.The goal of the project is less about solar-powered air travel — which would not be commercially practical given weather and weight constraints of the Solar Impulse, but about spreading a message about clean technologies.The Solar Impulse’s extra-wide wings, brightly lit as it flew into Nagoya, caused some Japanese to call authorities to report a UFO, or unidentified flying object.“The technologies that we use to illuminate the airplane that makes everyone think it’s a UFO … can be used anywhere on the ground,” Borschberg said. “What we try to say with this project is if we would use these technologies in homes, cars, appliances, we could drastically reduce energy consumption on the ground.”___Follow Elaine Kurtenbach on Twitter at twitter.com/ekurtenbachCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. The vital role family plays in society Sponsored Stories TOKYO (AP) — The pilot of a solar-powered plane that made an unplanned stop in Japan says his aircraft is now ready to fly but must wait out unfavorable weather, perhaps for up to two months.Swiss pilot Andre Borschberg said Thursday that it could take weeks for a weather front stretching from Alaska to Taiwan to clear enough for him to leave Nagoya in central Japan.“Obviously, the goal is not to take risks but to get there safely,” Borschberg told reporters in Tokyo. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Top Stories Comments Share Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober 3 international destinations to visit in 2019
August 15, 2019
June 8, 2012 431 Views Agents & Brokers Home Sales Housing Affordability Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2012-06-08 Sara Ortega Share in Data, Origination, Servicing While Miami home sales in April fell slightly, the multimillion-dollar luxury home market experienced a 36.5 percent increase from both the month before and previous year, according to San-Diego based “”DataQuick””:http://www.dataquick.com/.[IMAGE]In April, 101 homes sold for more than $2 million or more. During the first four months of 2012, 286 homes sold for the same amount or more, up 14.4 percent from the same period in 2011. Miami-area home sales rose modestly in April compared with March but fell slightly short of the year-ago level, as sales continued to drop for homes priced below $200,000. [COLUMN_BREAK]In the overall Miami market, the median price paid for all new and resale houses and condos sold in April was $140,000 – the highest for any month since November 2010. The April median rose 3.7 percent from $134,950 the month before and rose 12 percent from $125,000 a year earlier.Also in April, 9,752 new and resale houses and condos closed escrow in the metro area encompassing Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Broward counties. That was up 2.2 percent from the prior month and down 0.2 percent from a year earlier.The month’s total sales were 14.5 percent below the average number of sales in the month of April since 1997. However, if newly built homes are excluded from the sales mix, then the number of houses and condos that closed escrow in April was just 1.0 percent below the historical average for the month. The region’s new-home sales were the lowest on record for April and nearly 78 percent below average for the month.Meanwhile, use of a form of low-down-payment financing that’s popular with first-time homebuyers – government-insured FHA loans – inched up in April to 36.1 percent of all home purchase loans from 35.2 percent in March, but down from 40.4 percent a year earlier. The March and April figures are the lowest since late 2008. Miami Home Sales Fall from Previous Year, Luxury Market Rises
August 11, 2019
The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo What is your comfort level with punter Andy Lee, kicker Phil Dawson and long snapper Aaron Brewer?Rodgers: “Coming into this job there was three guys in the entire organization that I had familiarity. Our snapper, our kicker and our punter. I’ve known them for a long time personally. I think Andy had a solid season last year. There was a couple kicks Phil would like to have back but he really struck the ball well and made some big kicks in some big games and [rookie] Matt [McCrane] is competing with him. I like where those guys are. You feel good about their history. There’s game tape. There’s verified success in the NFL and we’re just trying to do the best we can to continue that success.”It’s been stated numerous times, but what is your belief about the impact special teams can have on a team’s success?Rodgers: “There have been teams over the last 10 to 15 years that have been average on offense or defense and really dynamic in the kicking game and made the playoffs and won playoff games. Conversely, there have been teams that have dominant offensively and defensively but been not good in the kicking game and they’ve suffered because of it. We’re trying to find ways to be successful no matter what. You realize there are going to be some things that come up that are going to be roadblocks in that regard but you’re trying to overcome it with contingency plans and all those things. I’d answer your question this way: It can impact a game immensely, positively or negatively, but we’re just trying to do our part to put the guys in the best position to be successful.” Top Stories Rodgers: “[Thursday] is the first time we have done kickoff return this entire spring during practice. We have had plenty of meetings on it but some of those meetings were without the knowledge that the league was going to change the rules (the changes were announced in late May). A lot of the principles still carry over, a lot of the front-line principles, but the back end of the kickoff return is vastly different.“People keep referring to it as the kickoff rule but it’s really the kickoff return rule. It affects the kickoff return team a little bit more than the kickoff. With the different changes, we’re evaluating ourselves schematically as well as the players right now. There’s some ideas that may look good on paper and may look good or sound good in our heads, but [Thursday] is really the first day we’ve had a chance to implement some of those things so I’m anxious to watch tape and see how it fit in spacing, drops…“We had the officials out to talk to us on Monday from the league. There was a crew out here [Thursday] and one will be out here [Friday] and there’s another one coming in next week so we’re really just trying to get a feel for, not necessarily the pre-snap stuff. I think that stuff’s pretty black and white. There’s some gray once the ball is kicked off on how things are going to be interpreted. Not that you’re trying to stretch or cheat the rules, you’re just trying to figure out how to coach the players in a way that penalties aren’t occurring and you’re trying to do that as soon as possible. – / 8 “Formationally, if the best way to return the ball was as the new rules state now, we all would have already been doing it. There are some things that we’ve got to work through in trial and error and I’m going to be watching the heck out of some preseason tape from around the league, trying to study that as much as possible. All of us are going to hide some stuff for the regular season, but whenever we get into the season, I think everybody will have a fairly decent idea of how it’s going to go. It will continue to evolve throughout the season, but I think the dust will settle by the time the season kicks off.”Do the changes impact the type of personnel you’ll use on kickoff teams?Rodgers: “You’ve only got 46 guys up on game day and you’re always trying to allocate that personnel, trying not to wear out a guy who may be playing 70 snaps on offense or defense and say, ‘OK, you’re going to play another 30 in the kicking game.’ We’ve got to find ways to use guys in a way that balances out the roster comp.“As a whole, they’ll be smaller people. It’s not going to be 11 wideouts and DBs. Linebackers are still going to play. Tight ends are still going to play, but some of the offensive linemen and defensive tackles who have traditionally played in the wedge, that’s not their forte to play in as much space as there’s going to be now. How is that process coming along?Rodgers: “There’s 10 practices and we’re on practice nine right now. It’s not like we spent 10 practices working on one phase. You get two or three days on each phase. Day 1 is usually a little bit rusty because the guys are trying to figure out exactly what we’re teaching. Day 2 is a little bit better and by Day 3 we’re doing something else. We’re trying to give them a feel for what we’d like them to do, how we’re going to train them and then when we get into training camp, being able to accelerate and grow from there.”Did you spend any time evaluating past failures or has your work over the past five months all been forward thinking?Rodgers: “It would be hard for me to make a comparison because I’m not sure what they were being taught or coached. I’m not sitting in those meetings. What we tried to do in the offseason was evaluate personnel, try and get a feel for the skills and positions guys have played. Did they have success? Did they not have success? Schematically and the results frankly wasn’t something that we focused on very much.”There are a host of new rules concerning kickoffs. Among them: The kicking team will no longer be allowed a running start. Players can’t line up more than one yard off the ball. The kicking team must have five players on each side of the ball. At least eight players on the return team must be in a 15-yard setup zone prior to the kickoff. Wedge blocks are illegal and until the ball is touched or hits the ground, no player on the receiving team may cross its restraining line or initiate a block against the kicking team in the 15-yard area from the kicking team’s restraining line. How do these changes impact what you do? Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “I think every team is different. It depends on how you’re built and whatever position you’re going to keep. In a normal year, we’d be trying a lot of different things in the spring to try and get guys as much exposure as we can and then once the season comes and you see who your 53, more importantly who your 46 are up on game day, it’s like, ‘all right he needs to be able to do that because we don’t have anybody else who can do that.’”Some analysts have suggested the new rules might lead to more pooch kicks. You’re not one of them. Why?Rodgers: “It might. There is going to be more space between the back end players and the front. You have to have at least eight guys up front and you can’t have more than three in the back end so you have to cover 40 yards of space vertically, 53 yards wide with three people.“The pooch kick has been used for the most part in two different ways, both as an onside kick mentality where we’re trying to recover it, and to also disrupt the timing of a good return team. There’s more space back there but your coverage players are standing still. [In the past] they may have had a running start and may have been able to run past the front line because they know what’s coming and their angles are going there. They’re standing still now so if the average team is 14 yards back, that means they have a 15-yard head start (with kickoff players lined up one yard behind the line of scrimmage), we’re all standing still and the people in the back end who were offensive linemen which is why you were pooching to them because they can’t handle the ball as well as some of the skill players – they’re not back there anymore. You have better athletes back there who are able to handle the ball, the coverage team is going to be further away so to say that there are going to be pooch kicks all over the place, I just don’t know that’s necessarily true.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling “Any time you have a young player or any time a guy is inexperienced, you’re going to have some hiccups. You hope it doesn’t cost you but some of the decision making, specifically with the punt – when to field the ball and when not to field the ball, the communication part of it – those are things we do cover and you just hope it sinks in enough to show up on game day.”Do you envision a role for Patrick Peterson in the punt return game?Rodgers: “We’ll see. He’s certainly a talented guy. I know what it’s like to be on the other sideline when 21 is back there. Having him on our team is certainly a plus. We’ll see how it shakes out once the season starts.”You lost a standout special teams player in Justin Bethel. How do you adapt?Rodgers: “Every organization I have been with every week, you’re constantly adjusting. Whether you lose a player in free agency or you have an injury or suspensions, you’ve got to be ready to play without guys. Usually, specific to the kicking game, there’s always young players that emerge, guys that don’t have a lot of experience. We’ll find out over time who those players will be. We don’t kick off against Washington for a long time. You hope that some of the guys that are showing some good things now continue to grow. At some point every one of those guys you are thinking is a good player was a complete question mark, unknown, is he going to be able to do it on game day? Rodgers, 40, was the Chicago Bears special teams coordinator the past three seasons. He also coached the transition game for the Denver Broncos (2011-14), Carolina Panthers (2009-10) and San Francisco 49ers (2003-07).Among his most notable achievements:— 49ers long snapper Brian Jennings and punter Andy Lee (now with the Cardinals) earned Pro Bowl selections and Lee set an NFL single-season record with 42 punts downed inside the 20-yard line.— The Broncos returned six punts for touchdowns in Rodgers’ four seasons there, tied for the second-most in the NFL over that span. Kicker Matt Prater made the Pro Bowl after setting team records for scoring and field-goal percentage, and in 2012, the Broncos allowed the second-lowest punt return average.— The Bears’ Deonte Thompson ranked second in the NFL two years ago in kickoff return yards (804) and kicker Robbie Gould’s 33 field goals were tied for the second most in 2015.ArizonaSports.com caught up with Rodgers for a quick Q&A on Thursday.Do you have an overarching philosophy for special teams?Rodgers: “I don’t know that it’s any different from what most guys would say. You’re trying to figure out what the players do best and put them in those positions as often as possible. Individually, we’re trying to scheme things for them to play fast. I’ve said this to our players and I’ve said it in the past: We acquire players who may run 4.4 at The Combine. I don’t want them playing at 4.7, 4.8 because they are thinking too much. We’re trying to make it as simple as possible for them to react and we’re trying to train them in practice for how we’d like them to react. As many guys as we get on the same page, the better.” The Cardinals haven’t gotten much out of their return game the past few seasons. What is your confidence level that you can change that?Rodgers: “I think it starts with your returner. We’ve got some guys that are working in there and one really experienced guy in Pat [Peterson]. We’re trying to find somebody else that can be an experienced guy for us, but again until the lights come on, we won’t know. Christian [Kirk] is the guy coming out of the draft where we liked his tape. The NFL game is a little bit different, but we look forward to seeing what he can do. In terms of the players that we’re going to have at our disposal once the season starts, we’re just going to have to see how that stuff shakes out. It just depends on those body types and how many of those guys are up and active for different positions; how flexible our schematic stuff will be.”Do you have any kind of a read on other possibilities such as TJ Logan or Rashad Ross?Rodgers: “I think it’s too early to read on anybody who doesn’t have NFL tape. There are players who come out every year in the draft who we all evaluate as being really good returners and for one reason or another they don’t have that kind of production as they did in college. Conversely, I coached a player last year (Tarik Cohen) who returned two punts his entire college career, one was for a touchdown and the other was a fair catch. You didn’t know what he was going to be like and he ended up having a decent year. Until the lights come on and all the situational stuff… 1 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires TEMPE, Ariz. – Special teams failures played a key role in the Cardinals’ 7-9 and 8-8 records the past two non-playoff seasons. Missed field goals by Chandler Catanzaro and Phil Dawson, blocked kicks, blocked punts, long returns and other mental errors may have cost former special teams coordinator Amos Jones his job anyway, had coach Bruce Arians not retired.New specials teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers isn’t interested in talking about the past. He has his hands full trying to learn a new organization and new personnel, while sorting out the impact of several rules changes to kickoffs this season.
August 10, 2019
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