McWatters talks reg relief legislation, actions from NCUA

first_img continue reading » NCUA Acting Chair J. Mark McWatters discussed recommendations to “achieve real relief while maintaining safety and soundess” before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday, part of a hearing on regulators’ role in fostering economic growth. McWatters’ appearance before the committee was part of a series on fostering economic growth, a series CUNA testified for earlier this month.The committee asked NCUA to identify ways to ease regulatory burden through legislation. McWatters addressed several proposals.These include legislation that would:Provide NCUA with enhanced flexibility to write rules to address regulatory relief situations under the Federal Credit Union Act.Allow federal credit unions with a community or single-bond charter the opportunity to add underserved areas to a field of membership. 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Finishing works have started on the last section of the Istrian Y, from Rogović to the Učka tunnel

first_imgThe continuation of works on the construction of Phase 2B1 of the Istrian Y has started, from Rogović to the Učka tunnel. After the completion of the last section, it will finally mean the completion of the construction of the Istrian Y, which is of crucial importance in economic, traffic and tourist terms,This is an investment worth 1,237 billion kuna without VAT. As part of the project, the full profile of the 28-kilometer highway from Pazin to the Učka tunnel would be upgraded. In addition to upgrading the full profile, 11 viaducts, 14 underpasses, three overpasses and the Rebri rest area will be built. A total of 31 buildings 2510 meters long.After the completion of the second pipe of the Učka tunnel, with the continuation from Učka to Matulji, the Istrian Y will be fully integrated into the network of Croatian motorways. By amending the contract, the concession period for the management of the Istrian Y will be extended for an additional five years, until 2032.The Istrian Y is the lifeblood of Istria and its completion will contribute to the development of transport infrastructure and make life easier for all people in Istria and those who come to Istria.last_img read more

PREMIUMCity wants more green space for Monas after shelved revitalization project​​​​​​​

first_imgTopics : Facebook Linkedin Log in with your social account Even though the project to revitalize the National Monument (Monas) complex in Central Jakarta has been halted following public outcry, the Jakarta administration insisted any future development projects of the historic landmark would offer more green spaces.The 81-hectare complex has become one of the largest urban parks in a city that is suffering from a shortage of green space. Some 450,000 square meters of the Monas landscape is predominantly trees and grass.The figure represents 0.68 percent of total green open spaces in the capital, which is only at 6.556 ha, or around 10 percent of its land.The controversial revitalization project in the southern part of Monas is located on 34.481 ha of land or around 0.05 percent of the city’s total green spaces.The city administration aims to build a paved plaza for ceremonies and other activities, as well as a large pond…. Monas green-space #Monas LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? Googlelast_img read more

Alexandre Lacazette insists Mesut Ozil is a ‘leader’ despite coat-throwing incident

first_img Comment Alexandre Lacazette insists Mesut Ozil is a ‘leader’ despite coat-throwing incident 1 min. story Advertisement Alexandre Lacazette says Mesut Ozil is a leader despite the coat-throwing incident (Picture: Sky Sports)Alexandre Lacazette has defended Mesut Ozil after the midfielder lost his temper and launched his jacket in the direction of Marco Silva and Everton’s coaching staff at Goodison Park.Unai Emery gave Ozil the captain’s armband on Sunday afternoon and the German playmaker was largely anonymous before being substituted in the 74th minute of Arsenal’s 1-0 defeat.Clearly frustrated with his own performance, Ozil threw a tantrum in the dugout and hurled his coat towards Everton manager Silva as he rowed with Emery on the touchline.Emery played down the incident after the final whistle and, speaking ahead of Thursday’s clash with Napoli, Lacazette insisted ‘everything is fine’ with his Arsenal team-mate.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT PLAY More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHowever, the French striker believes Ozil may regret his questionable behaviour during the defeat to Everton.Asked if Ozil still ‘inspires’ him as a leader after the incident, Lacazette replied: ‘Yeah, he’s still a leader even if he knows he doesn’t have to do this.‘But when you are upset because… for some reasons… sometimes you do something which you don’t have to do.‘But after it’s something for him and today everything is fine.’Mesut Ozil launching his jacket at Unai Emery 👀— Sean Kearns (@SeanPaulKearns) April 7, 2019 Emery believes Arsenal have a ’50-50′ chance of beating Napoli and progressing through to the Europa League semi-finals.‘I think it’s 50-50. Napoli have a big history like us, they’re second in the table,’ the Spaniard said ahead of the first leg at the Emirates.‘They’re playing very well, they came from a strong group in the Champions League. They were very competitive.‘It’s going to be difficult for us but we have confidence. We need to be very consistent in two matches.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesOn sharing the touchline with Carlo Ancelotti, Emery said: ‘I have a great respect for every coach. Ancelotti is top. His career is amazing.‘For me my challenge is every day and every year. All I did in my past is only for taking experience. I need to make a new future.‘This match is a big match at the level we want to play. It’s a big test for us. We want to play against the best teams, Napoli are one of them.’MORE: Harry Kane breaks silence on ankle injury suffered as Tottenham beat Man City Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 10 Apr 2019 3:41 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link417Shares Video Settings Full Screen About Connatix V67539 Advertisementlast_img read more

Will Former Boca Principal Lose his Job Today Over Holocaust Controversy?

first_imgThe former principal at Spanish River Community High School in Boca Raton, who has been reassigned may be terminated today as a result of reportedly making controversial comments about the Holocaust to a parent in an email.William Latson was just reassigned to a new district position after he told a parent in an email in 2018,“I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in a position to do so as a school district employee.”On Monday, the Palm Beach County School District stated that Latson was reassigned “out of an abundance of concern and respect for the students and staff of Spanish River Community High School.”On Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott tweeted that he spoke with Dr. Donald Fennoy, the Superintendent of the Palm Beach County School District, and believes Latson should’ve been fired, not reassigned.CBS12 News obtained Latson’s farewell letter he sent to school staff members, disputing the reason for his removal.The letter states, “I have been reassigned to the district office due to a statement that was not accurately relayed to the newspaper by one of our parents.” He went on to say, “It is unfortunate that someone can make a false statement and do so anonymously and it holds credibility, but that is the world we live in.”Superintendent Dr. Donald Fennoy is expected to release a recorded statement to address the development, concerns, and future job status with Latson.last_img read more

Wade, Chirico pace Bombers to 5-1 win over Rockers

first_imgThe Bombers looked strong on the home pitch at Lakeside, scoring early and often.Naomi Perkins scored the other goal for the Bombers.”There was amazing mid field work by Allie Zondervan and Abbie Bourchier-Willans while keeper Tara Yowek  was outstanding in the net,” said coach Val Gibson.The winner of Tuesday’s semi final advances to meet the Rossland Royals in the West Kootenay Final Thursday (October 25) at Pass Creek.The zone winner qualifies for the B.C. High School AA Fieldhockey Championships in Burnaby.The loser plays a backdoor game into the provincials against Fraser Valley No. 2 in Kelowna October 30. Sarah Wade and Chiara Chirico each scored twice sparking the  L.V. Rogers Bombers to a convincing 5-1 decision over the Stanley Humphries Rockers in West Kootenay Fieldhockey League action Wednesday afternoon at the Lakeside Pitch.The game was a preview to the West Kootenay semi final set for Tuesday at Pass Creek in Castlegar.last_img read more

Team Cranked Up captures The Nelson Daily Team Fundraising award at Scotia Bank MS West Kootenay Glacier Challenge

first_imgFor the second year in a row, Cranked Up team of Maggie Mulvihill and captain Sheri Allarie won the award, raising more than $3400.The total fundraising total for the Scotia Bank MS West Kootenay Glacier Challenge is $83,100.The West Kootenay Glacier Challenge, which happens over two days, see participants ride around the Kokanee Glacier in the Selkirk Mountains, from New Denver to Slocan, to Kaslo, and back to New Denver with an overnight in Nelson. The Cranked Up team of Maggie Mulvihill and Sheri Allarie cranked it up once again to claim The Nelson Daily Team Fundraising Award during this past weekend’s Scotia Bank MS West Kootenay Glacier Challenge.Scotia Bank MS West Kootenay Glacier Challenge raises money for the West Kootenay MS Society to fund local programs and services for people affected the disease as well as to support critical research for improved treatments and to find a cure.last_img read more


first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 1, 2017)–With the mighty Arrogate declared from the race earlier in the day, trainer Phil D’Amato’s Midnight Storm assumed the mantle of heavily backed favorite and he didn’t disappoint, taking Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Pasqual Stakes by 1 ¼ lengths under Rafael Bejarano while getting a mile and a sixteenth in 1:40.65 over Santa Anita’s wet fast main track.Breaking from the outside in a field of four older horses, Midnight Storm went to the lead as expected, but was immediately engaged by eventual third place finisher Dalmore, who although he was never able to draw even with him, pressed the winner through splits of 23.02, 45.59, 1:08.93 and 1:33.98.“I knew I had to put my horse on the lead,” said Bejarano.  “I needed a good start and when I put him on the lead, I felt the pressure right away.  Dalmore was right next to me, chasing me the whole way.  I kept him on the lead but tried to give him a breather at the half mile pole.  At the three eighths I knew he would keep running.  He loves to be on the lead and he always gives me something else.”A Grade I stakes winner on turf, Midnight Storm came off a rousing 7 ¾ length win on dirt in the Grade III Native Diver Stakes at Del Mar on Nov. 27 and was thus dispatched as the 3-5 favorite today.  With no show wagering, he paid $3.20 and $2.10.“I thought he’d love the surface,” said D’Amato.  “They were going fast.  I saw 45 and 1:08 and change and he dug in there gamely and held them off today.  We were going to the lead, whether Arrogate was in or not…We thought Accelerate would be the one pressing us, not Dalmore, but it still worked out and he maintained through some grueling fractions and he showed his class in the stretch.”Owned by A Venneri Racing, Inc. and Little Red Feather Racing, Midnight Storm, a 6-year-old horse by Pioneerof the Nile, notched his 10th win from 21 starts and with the winner’s share of $120,000, increased his earnings to $1,461,110.Last after the first half mile, Accelerate, who was ridden by Tyler Baze, flew late for second money, finishing 2 ½ lengths in front of Dalmore.  Off at 7-2, Accelerate paid $3.00 to place.“He’s going to be a super horse, I really mean that,” said Baze.  “I think John’s going to try blinkers next time and we’ll try to get him into the race a little sooner.  He’s going to be a special horse.”Santa Anita will be open for special holiday racing on Monday, with first post time for a nine-race card at 12:30 p.m.  Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.last_img read more

Travel Alert: Diversions for Hunger Strike Commemoration in Lifford/Strabane

first_imgA large crowd is expected to attend the National Hunger Strike Commemoration Parade in Lifford/Strabane this coming Sunday.The event is set to attract thousands of people and a large number of visiting bands who will pay tribute to the Hunger Strikers of 1980/81.The stewarded parade will begin in the Diamond of Lifford at 2.30pm. Gardaí have set out the following traffic plans:There will be traffic diversions on Lifford Bridge, Lifford Main Street, the Diamond and Bridge street (Lifford) on Sunday the 4th of August between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.The march commences at 3pm sharp at the Diamond, Lifford and travels on to Strabane from there, finishing at Abercorn Square.Strabane traffic will be diverted via Clady and Derry traffic will be diverted via St. Johnston/Carrigans. Travel Alert: Diversions for Hunger Strike Commemoration in Lifford/Strabane was last modified: August 2nd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Live updates: Warriors vs. Grizzlies, Monday at 7:30 p.m.

first_imgClick HERE if you’re unable to view the gallery on your mobile device. Join us for live news and analysis Monday at 7:30 p.m. when the Warriors take on the Memphis Grizzlies at Oracle.The Warriors (9-1) are looking for their eighth straight win and also hoping to keep their home record perfect as they take on a Memphis team on a back-to-back following a disappointing, last-second loss to Phoenix Sunday night. Golden State has won 5-0 in its last season at Oracle.Memphis (5-3) fell …last_img