Roundtables

Inspire employees and foster a culture of trust Will

This superior in-person event will also include a special presentation by a distinguished author Don Tapscott on the “trivergence” of AI, blockchain and the Internet of Things and its impact on innovation WESTPORT, Conn., May 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HMG Strategy, the world’s #1 digital platform for technology leaders …

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PGA announces first round of speakers for 2022 produced by the conference

After a two-year hiatus, the Producers Guild of America returns for its 12th annual Produced By conference — to be held June 11-12 at the Fox Studio Lot in Century City — and announced the first round of speakers on Friday. Confirmed speakers include Oscar winner Viola Davis, her husband …

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The climate before they disappear – TechCrunch

Climate change warriors are answering that call! If you want to demonstrate your climate technology at TC Sessions: Climate 2022 June 14 at UC Berkeley, time is running out. We’re down to just two (count two) starter demo packages left, and your last day to purchase one is May 14th. …

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The government has repeatedly rejected the RDTI software task force

A software-specific working group as the research and development tax incentive would have avoided recent challenges the regime has faced but has been repeatedly rejected by the federal government over the past three years, according to a member of the existing advisory roundtable of RDTI. Michael Johnson Associates President Kris …

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Washington Week Ahead: Congress Seeks Crisis Aid Deal, Vilsack Heads to Hill | 2022-05-06

Senators are trying to hammer out a deal on a new Ukraine extra-spending bill by the end of this week, while Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and other cabinet members head to Capitol Hill to question their spending plans. Also this week, the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers will …

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City Council Corner: State of the City Overview

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read comes from our journalists doing their important job – investigating, researching and writing their stories. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism requires a lot of …

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Lakeshore Advantage opens a startup incubator

Lakeshore Advantage’s SURGE program has opened a pilot business incubator, The SURGE Center, in downtown Holland. The SURGE program, founded more than six years ago, provides high-potential product and technology entrepreneurs with the tools and resources they need to launch and commercialize successful businesses. The new center provides a space …

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Photon Energy Share receives Buy recommendation from AlsterResearch analysts

Issuer: Photon Energy NV / Keyword(s): Study results Photon Energy Share receives Buy recommendation from AlsterResearch analysts 26.04.2022 / 07:57 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Photon Energy Share receives Buy recommendation from AlsterResearch analysts – Photon Energy Group’s stock received a “buy” recommendation from …

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UMaine Machias’ Kinap Mentorship Program Empowers Indigenous Students to Be Community Leaders – UMaine News

Passamaquoddy tribal historian Donald Soctomah leads UMaine mentors Machias Kinap and local high school students on a field trip to the Machiasport Petroglyphs, a site sacred to the Wabanaki people.Photo by Jennifer Isherwood To make the campus a better place for Indigenous students, the best thing you can do is …

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Prime Minister opens AYUSH Global Summit in Gandhinagar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday inaugurated the AYUSH Global Investment and Innovation Summit at the Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth and World Health Organization Director General Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus were also present at the event. Addressing the inauguration ceremony, Prime Minister Jugnauth said …

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What is your favorite game from the Mana series?

The last few years have been good for fans of the classic mana Games! From mobile outlet Mana Echoes is on the way soon, we look back on the franchise and celebrate our favorite mana serial games. I didn’t have much experience with mana series before 2019, when I tried …

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Senators Umberg and Eggman to Introduce CARE Courts Legislation

Sen. Thomas J. Umberg (D–Orange County), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, with co-author Sen. Susan Talamantes Eggman (D-Stockton), chair of the budget subcommittee on health and Social Services, amended Senate Bill 1338 into a measure establishing the CARE Courts in California. CARE Courts are a new policy framework proposed …

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Lake County Becomes America in Bloom Host Chapter

Lake County partners with a national nonprofit organization to focus on community beautification through the use of flowers, plants, and other environmental and lifestyle enhancements. With the help of the Keep Lake Beautiful Advisory Committee, the county became the first county-wide host chapter of America in Bloom. The first four …

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East Coast Gaming Congress Announces 25th Conference

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ, April 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The 25th East Coast Gaming Congress & NexGen Gaming Forum will take place September 21-23, 2022 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City. The theme for this annual two-day conference is “Gaming Here, Gaming There, Gaming Everywhere”, reflecting the …

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City to Host Community Roundtables on Local Health Care Options

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read comes from our journalists doing their important job – investigating, researching and writing their stories. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism requires a lot of …

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He went from jail to owning a business. Now he has joined a group helping other ‘returnees’

DANBURY – Michael Wright got the idea for a cleaning business from a peer at the Cheshire Correctional Institution. The others at the facility were always talking about what they would do if they got out of jail or when they got out of jail. Wright generally scoffed at their …

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Roundtables aim to improve outcomes and reduce disparities in breast and cervical cancers

April 02, 2022 1 minute watch Source/Disclosures Published by: Disclosures: Kamal does not report any relevant financial information. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new …

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Texas Governor Hosts Series of Energy Roundtables | Rigzone

Texas Governor Greg Abbott hosted a series of energy roundtables this week. On Wednesday, Abbott’s office noted that the governor met with port industry leaders, staff and stakeholders from the Port of Brownsville for a discussion on the Texas economy, supply chain issues and the port industry. During the discussion, …

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The Laurier Center for Music in the Community announces the Mel Brown Festival and Symposium

WATERLOO – Wilfrid Laurier University’s Center for Music in the Community is pleased to announce the Mel Brown Festival and Symposium, which will celebrate black heritage in the Waterloo region and highlight the legacy of the blues musician epic Mel Brown. The festival and symposium will include public events taking …

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Movie Review This Weekend Hot Release, The Lost City Looks Like Nashville

The lost city is perhaps best experienced as a comprehensive look at how modern studio comedies are produced on this level. The first step is to start with a new premise. In this case, we have a modern update of Romanticize the stone which cleverly flips the genre dynamic of …

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Expo provides opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (WCSC) – A small business expo in downtown Charleston has given business owners across the state the opportunity to connect. The City of Charleston hosted the event at the Gaillard Center to connect ready-made contractors and suppliers with government agency projects. This particular small business event focused …

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Hide Hassan? The NH senator still keeps his office closed to the public

“It’s time for Americans to get back to work and fill our great downtowns again. People working from home may feel safe to start returning to the office. » Those were the words of State of the Union President Joe Biden three weeks ago, but the message apparently did not …

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Nonprofits need collaboration for lasting change in Charlotte

If Charlotte, North Carolina is ever to increase economic mobility for young people currently living in poverty, we will need to collaborate in unusual, unfamiliar, and uncomfortable ways. As an in-school youth provider to Charlotte Works since 2012, MeckEd has provided more than 13,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) high school students …

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In Fresno, Newsom administration convenes CARE Court roundtable to advance framework for addressing mental health and addictions issues

Governor Newsom participates in a run with the Joint Homelessness Awareness and Crisis Response Teams of the City and County of Fresno Administration hosts statewide CARE Court roundtables with health care and service providers, concerned Californians, local and court officials and other stakeholdersFRESNO — Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration today visited …

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Leaderboards, sleepers, customizable cheat sheet, ADP analysis and everything in between – The Athletic

When we launched the Fantasy Baseball section in 2019 we had an overarching theme pushing everything we do – make this kit worth the price of Athleticism all alone. Our goal was to blow everyone away with deeper, smarter, and more interesting information and advice, while constantly responding to suggestions …

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IIIT HYDERABAD’S ANNUAL R&D SHOWCASE ATTRACTS GREAT INTEREST

– Presented in a hybrid model – on-campus, online and in the metaverse – Themed around technological lessons from the COVID pandemic – Over 600 posters, demos and models from 28 research centers HYDERABAD, India, March 14, 2022 /PRNewswire / — IIITH Hyderabad’s Annual R&D Showcase this year was a …

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Diary | News, Sports, Jobs

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Agenda is for nonprofit civic organizations only. Unless otherwise stated, the events listed should be considered free and open to the public. Due to the many entries, articles may only appear for a week. Entries appear in chronological order and according to available space. The …

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Sanders hosts policy roundtable with public safety officials from across Arkansas – SWARK today

SMALL ROCK, AR – Sarah Huckabee Sanders spoke yesterday with public safety officials, recovery and reintegration experts, and law enforcement officials from across Arkansas to discuss ways to ensure a safer future for the state. The group exchanged ideas about reducing violent crime, tackling the drug epidemic, and providing law …

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City of Vancouver’s ‘aggressive’ climate plan moves forward

The City of Vancouver continues to pursue its “front-runner” efforts to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040, an aggressive timeline that sets itself apart from other environmentally progressive cities tackling climate change. At a city council workshop on Monday, city staff presented their progress in drafting Vancouver’s multi-component climate action plan, …

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Parlor Announces New Support Program

A new supporter program, the Parlor Collective, will create long-term funding security for the gender equality organization and professional opportunities for its supporters. Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2022, Parlor promotes gender equity in architecture and in the built environment professions. The Parlor Collective will allow those who join it …

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Domopalooza 2022 round tables: Acting with data

Are you ready to go beyond modern BI and explore the next frontier of data experiences? Then be sure to tune in to Domopalooza 2022, a free virtual event taking place March 23 that will feature six panel discussions showcasing the virtues of data transformation in action. The first discussion …

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Introducing the first-ever Data Leader Summit, presented by Satori; Data Experts… | News

TEL AVIV, Israel, March 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Satori, creator of the first DataSecOps platform for cloud-based data stores and infrastructure, today announced that enrolling its first Data Leader Summit is now open. The Data Leader Summit, taking place April 21-22, 2022, is focused on accelerating data-driven innovation and …

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Breckenridge nominee Q&A: Describe current board misstep and how you would have handled it differently

I remember being at a city council forum where the majority of those present stood up and expressed their disagreement with the proposal being discussed. However, even with this overwhelming response, the city council voted unanimously in favor of the proposal. While I understand the board is listening to the …

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Fredonia moves forward with health initiative | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted Eric Kussin, founder of #SameHere, addresses the Fredonia school board during their last meeting. Earlier this year, Fredonia High School principal Darrin Paschke mentioned wanting to set up programs at the school to help students with their mental health. After a recent training day …

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Erik Herring, candidate for the Stratham Memorial School Board

Position sought (including ward or district number, if applicable) Stratham Memorial School Board – One Year Term Wife Abbie, daughters Amelia and Sadie Does anyone in your family work in politics or government? No Education BS, Business Studies – University of Southern New Hampshire Occupation Vice President of a technology …

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Benefits of Hybrid Workplaces

The changes in the way we work over the past two years have been significant. Many people believe that work will never be the same again, given the tectonic changes in where work happens and how it is done. And many would say that’s a good thing — with a …

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Irresistible. The global conference for HR managers and their teams – JOSH BERSIN

After two years of pandemic, it’s time to come together. In the spirit of celebration and joy, I want to announce our new Irresistible conference, the global conference for HR leaders and their teams. And you will want to come! When? May 23-25, Los Angeles, CA. Where? The USC campus, …

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Professor Seeks Board Approval for Interdisciplinary Center for Migration Studies

The Senate approved and recommended to the Board of Governors the establishment of the Center for Migration Studies within the Faculty of Arts. The idea was first conceptualized in 2018 by the Center’s Director, Dr. Antje Ellermann, a professor in the Department of Political Science, as a “cluster of research …

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Trans Entertainment Guild Hosts First All-Trans Musical at Players Theater

The benefit series will include a staged concert reading of The Civility of Albert Cashier, which tells the story of the real transgender soldier of the Civil War. As part of its 20-night benefit series, the Trans Entertainment Guild will hold reading concerts of the musical Civility by Albert Cashier …

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Commentary: why I’m running for mayor of Encinitas

By Cindy Cremona I am pleased to announce my candidacy for Mayor of the City of Encinitas. I will be running as an independent/non-partisan (NPP) candidate. I love Encinitas! I own a home, own a small business, surf our oceans and walk our trails. Unfortunately, the past two years have …

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African leaders head to Brussels for 6th EU-AU summit

The EU-AU summit is due to take place in Brussels on February 17-18. /CFP Picture The EU-AU summit is due to take place in Brussels on February 17-18. /CFP Picture African heads of state and government are expected in Belgium this week to meet their …

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Analysis: the compression of aluminum scrap is reshaping but continues

At an Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) commodity roundtable in the late 1990s, the president of a secondary aluminum company stated bluntly that his industry would be better served if primary aluminum producers “stayed away” from the aluminum scrap market. In 2001, that same company president—Joseph S. Viland of …

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Report from HHS Secretary Becerra’s Roundtable on Child Welfare

On Friday, February 11, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra hosted a roundtable with key stakeholders in the field of child welfare, including several lived experience consultants, organizations advocates and state, tribal and local officials. The roundtable discussed ideas to help improve the lives of children and families, …

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CNP Assurances: “How far can we push the limits of insurance?”

Paris, February 10, 2022 “How far can we push the limits of insurance?” The Insurance Factory is holding its 6th annual conference today Live from the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE) and via web-conference, La Fabrique d’Assurance brings together experts and …

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Vic is the toughest place to do business in Aust | Flinders News

More than half of Australian businesses ranked Victoria as the most difficult state to do business in, with local operators paying the highest taxes in the country. The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry released its first index on Wednesday ranking the cost of doing business across all states and …

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The Women In Trucking association announces the continuation of a golden partnership with Great Dane

“My love and passion for WIT’s mission is shared by our Great Dane family and is reflected in our core values ​​of leadership and integrity.” PLOVER, Wis. (PRWEB) February 07, 2022 The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) today announced the renewal of Great Dane’s Gold Level Partnership for 2022. …

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Interest in Brunswick Civil War Roundtable meetings continues to grow

Why is there still so much interest in the Civil War? The American Civil War between the Union and the Confederacy began on April 12, 1861 and ended in 1865. After more than two years of the pandemic, the membership of the Brunswick Civil War Roundtable continues to grow. Two …

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Get your discounted Founder Launch pass for TechCrunch Early Stage before they go – TechCrunch

Building a startup isn’t cheap, and that’s true whether you’re working on it full-time, alongside your day job, or still thinking about how to turn your idea into a viable product. So what’s a budding entrepreneur to do? The first step: Attend TechCrunch Early Stage 2022, which takes place – …

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The Sidney Sun-Telegraph Archive

Articles from the February 2, 2022 edition Sorted by date Results 1 – 22 of 22 Arterburn resigns What began as an interest in the process and an attempt to stay informed, ends after nearly a decade of service. Now in his tenth year on Sidney City Council, Councilman Joe …

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British Music Embassy Reveals SXSW 2022 Lineup

The British Music Embassy, ​​SXSW’s venue for British music stars, today announces its selection of the best new British music. BBC and DIY artists Priya Ragu, the Wet Leg and Yard Act feature, plus BBC Music presenting 2021 Artist of the Year Self Esteem and YouTube star Strawberry Guy. Acclaimed …

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Northern Michigan Angels wrap up 10th year with record investments

The Northern Michigan Angels investment group recently concluded its 10th year of investing in the Northern Michigan economy. In 2021, the organization hit a new single-year record, investing $1.3 million in seven different ventures. Most of the organization’s investments go into technology and other STEM-based businesses, which bring programming, engineering, …

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Democracy and Culture Foundation chairman meets NSW officials ahead of May roundtable

Ahead of a roundtable to be held in early May in the New South Wales Parliament, Democracy and Culture Foundation Chairman Achilles Tsaltas met with state officials on Thursday to discuss ways and policies that will further promote the engagement of citizens in the political process. Also at the lunch …

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Acting against climate change with OPALCO; Stewards, Energy Roundtables and Island Way Workshops

Are you looking for things you can DO to fight climate change? Is there a home energy efficiency project you would like to DO this year? Do you have any ideas on how we might shape our energy future in the San Juan Islands? On January 18, 2022, OPALCO kicked …

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CSRWire – Understanding Combined Value

Published 7 hours ago Proposed by Kaleidoscope Futures Another thought leader in redefining value is Jed Emerson. After working as a director of a venture philanthropy fund in the 1990s, he was keenly aware of what he later called the “bifurcated value proposition” – the separation between the social and …

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Publication of a report on the repatriation of pets

The state government welcomed the final report by the companion animal task force. Agriculture Minister Mary-Anne Thomas released the report on Thursday, January 20. The task force, comprising Western Victoria MP Andy Meddick (Chair), Bendigo West MP Maree Edwards and Narre Warren South MP Gary Maas, was appointed in March …

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What’s on TV Friday: ‘Stars on Stage’, Oscars panel discussions

The primetime television schedule is on hiatus in print. You can find more TV coverage on: latimes.com/whats-on-tv. SERIES undercover boss Sharon M. Leite, CEO of Vitamin Shoppe, goes undercover as a store associate to assess how the changes she has implemented are affecting her frontline employees. 8 p.m. CBS Penn …

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CABEI assumes the presidency pro tempore of the G-16, the multilateral group for cooperation and development of the countries of Honduras

Tegucigalpa, January 19, 2022.- From January to June of this year, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) will assume the presidency pro tempore of the Group of 16 (G-16), a body whose objective is to support the sustainable development of the country and which is composed of representatives …

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Tsunami warning for US west coast, flooding in Hawaii after Tonga eruption

A tsunami wave measuring 1.2 meters (four feet) was seen in Tonga’s capital, Nuku’alofa Nuku’alofa, Tonga: An undersea volcano in the South Pacific erupted with a jaw-dropping explosion on Saturday, sending tsunami waves to neighboring Tonga and northern Japan, with warnings of dangerous ocean surges issued as far away as …

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January 14, 2022 – Six communities to receive OAG funding for community-based gun violence prevention programs

Virginia Commonwealth Attorney General’s Office Mark Herring Attorney General 202 North Ninth Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 For media inquiries only, contact: Charlotte Gomer, Communications Director Call: (804)786-1022 Mobile: (804) 512-2552 E-mail: This email address is protected from spam. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ~ Roanoke, Petersburg, Newport News, …

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Year-round parking discussion continues

Last week I attended one of the many parking roundtables that had been organized by each board member for small group discussions. Mayor Lynn Barbee, City Manager Bruce Oakley and Deputy City Manager Ed Parvin were on hand at City Councilor Deb LeCompte’s meeting to explain why the new parking …

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Cisco: Nine Priority Issues for CISOs by 2022

It’s that time of year when we inevitably reflect on the past 12 months, make a list of resolutions to solidify exactly what our priorities should be for the future and how we can best achieve them. In ‘ordinary’ times, you might mingle with your peers at conferences and industry …

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Loving people, using things: John Vithoulkas in response to concern over the fate of Greek associations

I would like to thank Dean Kalymniou and Alex Economou for their articles relating to the future of Hellenism in Australia and the position of the many Greek organizations. Beyond everything, I believe we have a future. Organizations such as the Greek Orthodox Church and the Greek community are strong. …

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Reorganization meeting announces plans for 2022 in Burlington County

MOUNT HOLLY – The Burlington County Council of Commissioners kicked off the new year by selecting a new director and deputy director. The commissioners also pledged at their 2022 reorganization meeting to find new ways to help residents and businesses during the ongoing pandemic. “We were hoping to see the …

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As mid-term and 2024 loom, Trump’s political operation gathers momentum

Former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Resort in Palm Beach, Florida on June 26, 2020 (Saul Martinez / The New York Times) Donald Trump and his allies are scheduling events and raising funds for initiatives to make the former president a central player in the midterm elections, and possibly set the …

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Dental Benefit: The Changing Tide

It’s time to experience dentistry like never before! No matter how you look at it, the dental industry will never be the same again. Patients want convenience, providers want flexibility, and dental practice owners want to protect their business models from pandemics. We want less fear and more normalcy, while …

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Building a Strong Foundation for Business | News, Sports, Jobs

When they first open in 2022 on Monday, a few chambers of commerce that serve the tri-state area will have new presidents. This is because Tricia Maple-Damewood, who has held this position at the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce for the past seven years, and Debbie Puskarich, longtime leader of …

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Mixed fortunes for Botswana at the World Expo »TheVoiceBW

After setting a target of US $ 100 million for local diamonds, Botswana has already managed to exceed this margin thanks to a single online auction. Botswana noted mixed results at the ongoing World Expo dubbed Expo 2020 Dubai, with local artwork recording low sales while diamonds recording impressive sales. …

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Canada Trade Office celebrates 35 years in Taiwan

from Canada de facto The embassy is celebrating its 35th anniversary in Taiwan this year, after witnessing the country’s democratic transformation amid growing cooperation between Taipei and Ottawa in several areas, said Jordan Reeves, executive director of the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei. (CTOT). CTOT represents the interests of Canada …

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Farmer survey aims to shape the future of New York’s food system

December 23 – Farmers in New York City are invited to participate in a statewide survey of the Vision 2050 plan. The Center for Agricultural Development and Entrepreneurship, the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University, the Cornell Small Farms Program and professors at Columbia University, Hartwick …

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The critical need for smart agriculture for truly smarter cities

New York City is also responding to the growing crisis in food systems by taking a political approach. Since creating a digital database of existing urban agriculture organizations and businesses in the city, in 2021, NYC passed a bill to establish a Urban Agriculture Office which will help promote food …

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Internship opportunities in spring 2022

Internship opportunities in spring 2022 by David Morales-Miranda |20 December 2021 The Earth Institute offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students internship opportunities in various departments and research centers in a variety of administrative, communication and research roles. Interns work on a variety of sustainability-focused projects across the Earth Institute. These …

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A limit to the size of photovoltaic modules – pv magazine India

There is a threshold at which big becomes too big when it comes to the size of PV modules, argues Hongbin Fang, director of product marketing at Longi Solar. Fang recently told pv magazine’s Roundtables USA event that despite the size limitations, there is still a lot of efficiency and …

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Request for stakeholder feedback on the scope and inputs of the analysis of net zero emissions pathways

Recent documents published Alberta’s electricity sector is undergoing significant change. This change is driven by multiple factors within the power system and beyond. New technologies, carbon policy, widespread electrification and a societal desire for cleaner forms of energy are creating substantial and rapid changes throughout the electricity value chain, from …

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AG Bonta State Talks Housing Crisis With Residents Of Modesto

California Attorney General Rob Bonta addresses community members at the King-Kennedy Memorial Center in southwest Modesto on December 13, 2021. Kristina karisch [email protected] In a community talk Monday night about the statewide housing crisis, a Modesto resident said she knew people who, unable to afford anything more, rent and live …

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Five African countries shine a light on renewable energies by proposing powerful investment projects in the energy market in Africa

Five African countries presented their investment cases at the recent Africa Energy Marketplace, which brought together governments, the private sector and development partners to highlight strategic projects and key energy sector reforms. Country pitches also highlighted the importance of renewable resources among their top priorities. The theme of Africa’s Fifth …

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Val Demings Stops At Cuban Cafe In West Tampa, Talks About Latin American Voting, Sings Happy Birthday

Bella canasi had a lot of birthdays. Saturday was his 93rd. And like most Saturdays, the Cuban-born Canasi who has lived in Tampa since 1961, sat at a long table at Arco Iris Restaurant and Cafe in West Tampa with her family, sometimes five generations, for a café con leche. …

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In Bob Dole’s Legacy, McGovern Sees What Congress Can Do To End Hunger | News

WASHINGTON – For Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern, the Sunday death of former Senator Bob Dole marks the loss of not only a lawmaker who left his mark on a cause McGovern has made his own, but also someone willing to work with an ideological opposed to doing so. McGovern often …

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Sargodha University, others organize a round table

SARGODHA – The Sargodha University Research and Commercialization Office, in collaboration with the Pakistan Research Center for a Community with Shared Future (ICSF), Communication University of China, hosted a panel discussion on the Chinese Premier’s vision Xi Jinping: a community with a shared future in contemporary times’ at the Auditorium …

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For second week in a row, Lightfoot leaves town on business, fundraising trip

For the second week in a row, Mayor Lori Lightfoot leaves Chicago on an out-of-town trip that mixes business and fundraising. Last week, Lightfoot was on a lobbying / fundraising trip to Washington, DC. She missed a special city council meeting where rival Latino and black caucuses missed the December …

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Remembering Syracuse Basketball Pioneer Manny Breland: “It’s Amazing How Many People He Had To Impact”

Syracuse, NY – As a longtime educator, principal and coach, Manny Breland has made an impact on the lives of those he has taught, coached and mentored. As the first black player to earn a basketball scholarship to Syracuse University, where he played from 1952 to 1957, Breland paved the …

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Tech giants recruit moms and pop stores as antitrust allies

Online platforms have made Mimi Striplin’s dream of selling handmade jewelry possible. Initially selling her earrings and handbags on Etsy Inc., Striplin built up enough customer base to quit her daily job, market her products on Facebook, and eventually open a store on Spring Street in Charleston, SC, where new …

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RJ Simpson: Update on Key Departmental Initiatives

Check against delivery Mr. Speaker, this government is committed to transforming our education system in order to improve the lives of all of our citizens. The Department of Education, Culture and Employment has some exciting initiatives that have been undertaken in collaboration with partners in education, industry, Indigenous governments and …

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Fair play: AFCA to make some adjustments after positive start – Analysis – Insurance News

The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) received a generally positive track record after its first review of the Treasury, with recommendations to refine it and keep it on track rather than requiring major changes. The critical question posed in the review was whether AFCA is fulfilling its role in a …

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Launch of 4 new Ganga Connect chapters for UK river rejuvenation

virtual roundtable with prominent members of the Indian diaspora in the UK earlier this week.” width=”620″ height=”413″/>Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and NMCG Generation Director Rajiv Ranjan Mishra also hosted a virtual roundtable with prominent members of the Indian diaspora in the UK earlier this week. The National Mission …

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New California’s ‘strike force’ gives weight to state housing laws – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentry

Governor Gavin Newsom (file photo) To advance housing access, affordability and equity, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced earlier this month the creation of a Housing Strike Force. The team, housed within the California Department of Justice (Cal DOJ) was tasked with enforcing California housing laws that cities across the …

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State and local authorities respond to Texas governor and Samsung joint announcement

Local and state officials have made statements welcoming Samsung to Taylor after it was announced that the city will be home to its new $ 17 billion semiconductor manufacturing plant. (Courtesy of KXAN) Local and state officials have made statements welcoming Samsung to Taylor after it was announced that the …

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Kate del Castillo, Bela Bajaria, Gloria Calderón Kellett and many other industry pioneers lead the NALIP Diverse Women in Media Forum

Diverse Women in Media Forum: “Our Stories to Own and to Tell” will take place virtually on December 1 and 2 LOS ANGELES, 22 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – The National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) is set to host its 6e Annual Diverse Women in Media Forum …

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Investment in biometrics is not limited by privacy concerns

The acquisition of facial biometrics and remote identity verification provider Acuant by GBG continues the trend of investments in the digital ID space, as does the acquisition of the keyless authentication provider Keyless by Sift and a funding round of $ 90 million for Stytch. Oosto and Vsblty report positive …

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Guest Column: Balance, Common Sense Needed on New York’s Energy Future | Columns

Tom O’Mara and Phil Palmesano The cost of a gallon of gasoline keeps going up. Warnings continue to pour in about significantly higher home heating costs this winter and who knows how many winters to come. All of this, along with the imminent start of a new legislative session in …

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Holiday podcasts the whole family will love

Parenting Today Presented by the Seattle Department of Education and Early Learning Everyone knows that Christmas movies are a fun family vacation tradition. How about you start one with podcasts this year? Podcasts take us back to the days when families gathered around the radio to listen to stories and …

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