Governor Douglas to announce $1.6 million in Grant Awards

first_imgGovernor Douglas to announce $1.6 million in Grant AwardsFive Communities to Receive Funds for Housing, Economic Development ProjectsWHO: Governor Jim DouglasWHAT: Press ConferenceWHY: To announce $1.6 million in community development grants to 5 municipalitiesWHERE: 85 Kate Street, off Lily Pond Road within Maple Ridge Mobile Home Park, LyndonvilleWHEN: Tuesday, December 16th 12:30 p.m.LYNDONVILLE, Vt. – Helping Vermonters in affordable housing in Vermont stay in their homes and make them more energy efficient will be the goal as Governor Jim Douglas on Tuesday will announce the award of $1.6 million in community development grants to five communities.The following communities will be receiving grants:Town of LyndonTown of West RutlandCity of RutlandTown of KillingtonTown of BenningtonA brief reception with light refreshments will follow at Gilman Housing Trust offices at 48 Elm Street in Lyndonville.NOTE: If weather is considerably inclement a decision will be made before 8:30 a.m. to relocate the full ceremony to Gilman Housing Trust offices.For further information on the event please contact Josh Hanford, VCDP Director at (802) 828-5201.Directions:Ceremony Location – Customer site – 85 Kate Street – Lyndonville· Exit 23 off of I-91; Follow Route 5 into downtown Lyndonville (approximately 1.3 miles);· At the intersection of Route 5/Broad Street ( just past the Depot Coffee Shop) turn right onto Depot Street;· Shortly after, turn left onto High Street; and follow High Street staying to the right (approximately half a mile)· High Street merges onto Hill Street, follow Hill Street until the intersection of Lily Pond Road (approximately 1 mile);· Turn right onto Lily Pond Road and follow for approximately 9/10th a mile;· Turn left onto Kate Street, #85 will be on the left.Reception/ Inclement Location – Gilman Housing Trust, 48 Elm Street, Lyndonville· Follow directions backwards towards the town of Lyndonville· Follow Hill Street directly down to Route 5/Broad Street (approximately 1 mile);· Turn right onto Route 5/Broad Street;· Turn left onto Central Street;· Turn right onto Elm Street;· Parking will be on the street.last_img read more

Credit union loan officer gets six months for fraud

first_imgA former credit union loan officer will spend six months in a federal prison and six months in home confinement for embezzling more than $118,000 from the $26.7 million Belen Railway Employees Credit Union in Belen, N.M. over seven years.U.S. District Court Judge James A. Parker in Albuquerque also ordered Louisa Gabaldon, 44, of Belen, to pay full restitution and serve five years of supervised release. continue reading » 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

Joey Votto

first_imgI might be in a minority, but I am not sure if Joey Votto is still pulling his total weight with the Cincinnati Reds.  No one can argue about his ability to get on base; however, for the last couple of months, it has been through walks and not hits.  (I am not referring to the last 2 weeks when he has been injured.)  He is also not hitting with any power this year.When Votto gets on base, he is so slow that if Hamilton batted behind him, Hamilton would likely run past him without thinking.  One of the Reds’ announcers with Votto on second base said “it may take a double to get him home.”  I don’t know if it is a medicine that Votto supposedly takes, but at times he seems to be totally oblivious of the game on the field.  I think he has been picked off of base more than any Red this year, and he seldom gets more than 2 steps off the base.  I know the Reds are in a bind if they thought about trading him.  He has been with the Reds long enough that he can veto any trade and few teams would be willing to pick up his salary.As I said at the start, this is just my opinion!last_img read more

MLB trade rumours: Texas Rangers could sign New York Yankees player Miguel Andujar

first_imgLast Updated: 3rd December, 2019 20:30 IST MLB Trade Rumours: Texas Rangers Could Sign New York Yankees Player Miguel Andujar MLB trade rumours: Texas Rangers emerge as potential suitors for New York Yankees’ third baseman Miguel Andujar and are intrigued by the possibility of a trade. Written By Sreehari Menon 11 months ago Pawan Sehrawat sets Pro Kabbadi record with 39 raid points in a match 9 months ago Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer’s McLaren destroyed in bizarre accident First Published: 3rd December, 2019 20:30 IST COMMENT LIVE TV 9 months ago MLB trade rumours: New York Yankees in for Gerrit Cole, Didi Gregorius? FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE Texas Rangers are keen on adding a third baseman to their roster, with Anthony Rendon being the prime target. The Rangers will also be on the look for cheaper alternatives, and trade with the New York Yankees seems like a probable option. The Texas Rangers are keen to add Miguel Andujar to their roster and are intrigued by the possibility of signing him.Also Read: Seattle Seahawks Players Show Off Uber-cool Dance Moves Celebrating Win Vs VikingsMLB trade rumours: Texas Rangers eye New York Yankees’ Miguel AndujarMiguel Andujar is currently under rehabilitation after suffering a season-ending shoulder injury last Major League Baseball (MLB) season. Andujar featured for only 12 games last season and was subsequently replaced by Gio Urshela, who cashed in on the opportunity and made the spot his own. Andujar rose to prominence in 2018, finishing second in the AL Rookie of the year behind Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani. Miguel Andujar finished the season with an impressive haul of 92 RBIs, a slash line of .297/.328/.527 and 27 homers, 47 doubles. 9 months ago MLB trade rumours: Jacoby Ellsbury released by New York Yankees, what’s next for him? 9 months ago Police: Airman shot himself after being shot by officer WE RECOMMEND Also Read: MLB Trade Rumours: New York Yankees In For Gerrit Cole, Didi Gregorius?MLB trade rumours: Gio Urshela’s rise helps Texas Rangers’ causeWith Gio Urshela emerging as one of the top performers as the third baseman, the New York Yankees are keen on exploring other positions where Andujar can fit in, preferably at first base. General Cashman has gone as far as claiming that the third baseman is Urshela’s place to lose. Urshela has been excellent in defence in Andujar’s absence in 2019, finishing with impressive numbers of concluding with a slash line of .314/.355/.534 with 74 RBIs and 21 homers.Also Read: MLB Trade Rumours: Jacoby Ellsbury Released By New York Yankees, What’s Next For Him?Miguel Andujar presents an intriguing option to the Texas Rangers. A trade with Yankees helps Rangers to focus their financial prowess on other resources. A deal looks possible considering that the New York Yankees are known for their affinity for hard-throwing relievers while the Texas Rangers boast of good depth in that area.Also Read: Gronkowski Will Be In Miami For Super Bowl As Party Host last_img read more