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MPR News Update
National Guard to help free-up capacity in Minnesota's long-term care facilities

MPR News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 3:52


The governor has called upon the National Guard to help free-up capacity in Minnesota's long-term care facilities, as hospitals buckle under the weight of the latest wave of COVID-19. State leaders are pleading with Minnesotans to get vaccinated, as hospitals hit a capacity crisis. This is an MPR News evening update for Oct 15, 2021. Hosted by Nina Moini.   Our theme music is by Gary Meister. 

The CyberWire
CISA and its partners warn of threats to water and wastewater treatment facilities. The curious case of Missouri teachers' Social Security Numbers.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 23:07


A CISA-issued Joint Advisory warns of threats and vulnerabilities at water and wastewater treatment facilities. CISA issues twenty-two other industrial control system advisories. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos on trends in the human element of security. Our guest is Gidi Cohen from Skybox with Vulnerability and Threat Trends. And the Governor of Missouri intends to prosecute the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch to the fullest extent of whatever the law turns out to be. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/199

Lippert Academy for Leadership
The Importance of Facilities and Work Spaces

Lippert Academy for Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 29:40


On this episode of The Lippert Built to Lead Podcast, Sarah Rice, Corporate and Community Impact Specialist, speaks with Kevin Deary, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County Indiana, about facilities standards. Kevin pulls from his experiences building and renovating spaces for the Boys & Girls Clubs across the county to share his thought process when deciding the aesthetics and the look of a facility. He also talks about how he incorporates input from team members, children and teenagers when designing the space.   “We're always blown away when kids come in and affirm our thoughts and our dreams as we help them affirm their dreams.” -Kevin Deary [12:55]   What You Will Learn: [00:49] Meet Kevin [01:55] How he got to Elkhart County from Boston [03:13] His thought process renovating spaces [09:25] The spaces devoted for teens [15:53] What the feedback has been from team members [20:28] Advice he would gives to leaders [21:19] Keeping safety in mind and his leadership style   Resources: Visit our website: https://www.lci1.com/academy Email us: academy@lci1.com

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Law Steve Dale petitioned for passes: Illinois will ban the sale of rabbits, cats and dogs from breeding facilities

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


Steve Dale joins Lisa Dent to explain how he fought to eliminate sales of animals who come from breeding facilities. And he explains why the law, going into effect Jan 1 is so important to the well-being of our pets.

Hidden Forces
Uncontrolled Spread: How COVID-19 Crushed Us & How to Fight the Next Pandemic | Scott Gottlieb

Hidden Forces

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 57:56


In Episode 214 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with Scott Gottlieb. Dr. Gottlieb is a physician who served as the head of the FDA from 2017 to 2019. He currently serves on the boards of Pfizer and Illumina and is a regular contributor to CNBC where he has become one of the most recognizable faces in America. His recently published book, “Uncontrolled Spread,” examines how the coronavirus and its variants overwhelmed our national defenses and outlines the steps he thinks we need to take in order to better protect ourselves and our country from the next pandemic. The first half of Demetri's conversation with Scott was spent examining the systemic failures that Dr. Gottlieb thinks exacerbated the scope of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the economic costs associated with the various lockdowns and shutdowns that were imposed in the very early days of the outbreak. Gottlieb also goes into detail about the biological mechanics of the virus, how it spreads, and what we've learned about best practices for protecting ourselves and those around us. The conversation then shifts to a discussion about the various vaccines, their effectiveness, how they work, as well as the risk of taking them and how to evaluate those risks when making your own decision about whether or not to get vaccinated. Demetri asks Dr. Gottlieb about alternative treatment options like Ivermectin and whether or not he thinks the mainstream media is censoring information about these types of alternative treatments. This week's premium content is a forty-minute afterthoughts segment that Demetri recorded right after the end of his conversation with Scott, where he reflects on not only what was discussed during the first hour, but also, many of the things that the two didn't get to talk about like the lab leak hypothesis, the arguments for and against mandated vaccinations, the future of sequencing and genomic epidemiology, new antiviral drugs, the risk of new BSL-4 Facilities, and so much more. If you enjoy the free content we produce every week, we encourage you to take the leap and become a premium subscriber, if you haven't already. There's no commitment. You can cancel at any time and the entire library of subscriber content going all the way back to Episode 1 becomes instantly available to you, including the overtimes, afterthoughts, transcripts, and rundowns, depending on your tier. The rundown to this week's episode is a nearly 30-page compendium full of notes, questions, images, and other materials that Demetri put together to help guide you through this conversation. You can access the second part of this episode, as well as the transcript and rundown to this week's conversation through the Hidden Forces Patreon Page. All subscribers gain access to our premium feed, which can be easily added to your favorite podcast application. If you enjoyed listening to today's episode of Hidden Forces you can help support the show by doing the following: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | CastBox | RSS Feed Write us a review on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to our mailing list through the Hidden Forces Website Producer & Host: Demetri Kofinas Editor & Engineer: Stylianos Nicolaou Subscribe & Support the Podcast at https://patreon.com/hiddenforces Join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @hiddenforcespod Follow Demetri on Twitter at @Kofinas Episode Recorded on 01/05/2021

Active Towns
Demystifying Edge Lane Road Bike Facilities w/ Michael Williams

Active Towns

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 49:19


Show Notes:Our YouTube video version of this episode for the full visual experienceLanding Page for this episodeWhen we think of the safe and inviting cycle networks in The Netherlands and in Copenhagen, what likely comes to mind are the protected and separated cycle tracks and bike lanes. But these typically only account for 30-405 of the typical city cycling network, the rest, the majority of the networks are comprised of different form of shared space including Woonerfs (ultra-slow speed streets), Feitsstraats (or bicycle priority streets), and even Edge Lane Roads also commonly known in some locations as Advisory Bike Lanes.Michael Williams has taken upon himself during his self proclaimed third career to be the pied piper of Edge Lane Roads here in North America. I wanted to talk with him about ELR's and how he became fascinated with them because I too have been intrigued by these often forgotten and misunderstood cycle network infrastructure treatments.The design of these facilities are almost too simple and they work. The safety profile of the Dutch, Danish, and even North American installations are extremely encouraging. Given what I've seen, I believe we will see many more cities decide to adopt these facilitates in the future.For more information all all things Edge Lane Roads please visit Michael's website here: https://www.advisorybikelanes.com/Show Credits:Audio Production by Active TownsA not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping communities create a Culture of Activity.Creative Commons License: Attributions Non-Commercial No Derivatives 2021Please consider supporting the Active Towns Podcast by making a donation or becoming Patreon PatronTo sign up for our monthly newsletter, scroll down to the form at bottom of our home pageBe sure to check out our video podcasts and other content on our YouTube Channel - and please subscribe!Also, check out our video archive on VimeoYou can reach John Simmerman by email at john@activetowns.orgMusic: Various Logic Pro X mixes by John Simmerman★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Church Sound Podcast
41. Church Facilities Expo w/ProSoundWeb

Church Sound Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 64:24


The ProSoundWeb team met up together (some of us for the first time) in Dallas, TX at the end of September, 2021. With the opportunity presented, the crew all got on the mic together to discuss how the conference was going and what we've all been up to!Host Samantha Potter is also co-lead instructor with Church Sound University — a training program tailored specifically for worship audio techs that's now also available online. Reach her via email here.

Mocs on the Mic
Mocs on the Mic 86 - Billy Wilson

Mocs on the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 18:50


On this week's episode of Mocs on the Mic presented by SmartBank, host Chris Goforth introduces us to a familiar face. Billy Wilson, former assistant director of Equipment and Facilities under Mike Royster, has stepped into the legend's shoes following his retirement after 47 years with the Mocs to become the director. Listen as Goforth walks Wilson through his journey to UTC and the time he spent with the NFL and professional bull riders. You won't want to miss this one! Tune in each week to Mocs on the Mic as we highlight all things Chattanooga Mocs as we compete for conference championships.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
October 5, 2021: Charlottesville City Council approves garden lease, $50,000 for B.U.C.K. Squad; RSWA planning for new paper-sort facility

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 17:21


In today’s Patreon-fueled shout-out:Fall is here, and with it, more moderate temperatures. While your HVAC takes a break, now is the perfect time to prepare for the cooler months. Your local energy nonprofit, LEAP, wants you and yours to keep comfortable all year round! LEAP offers FREE home weatherization to income- and age-qualifying residents, so, if you’re age 60 or older, or have an annual household income of less than $74,950, you may qualify for a free energy assessment and home energy improvements such as insulation and air sealing. Sign up today to lower your energy bills, increase comfort, and reduce energy waste at home!On today’s show:A private vendor will be setting up a community vaccination center at the Big Lots in Seminole SquareVDOT’s hired a new engineer to run the Culpeper District that includes our communityPlanning is underway to replace a machine that helps with paper and cardboard recycling in Albemarle and CharlottesvilleCity Council votes to join a regional tax board and to give $50,000 to a community policing effortPandemic updateThe Virginia Department of Health reports 1,428 new cases of COVID-19 this morning. Last night, the head of the Blue Ridge Health District had the beginnings of good news to report to City Council. “We’re beginning to see a slight downturn in our current infection rate,” said Dr. Denise Bonds. “For the first time last week we did not have any triple-digit days with regards to cases. They were all below 100.”Dr. Bonds said most of the cases are the delta variant and there are currently no signs of any other new strain. There is currently no universal recommendation that vaccinated individuals get booster shots, but they are available for people who had the Pfizer vaccine and who are older than 65 or people with underlying medical conditions. “We do ask that you schedule an appointment so we have enough Pfizer on board but they are available everywhere that we are vaccinating,” Bonds said. Beginning next week, a new site at Big Lots location in Seminole Square in the location where the University of Virginia was providing vaccines. “This is actually a vendor-run vaccination clinic,” Bonds said. “It’s a contract that our central office at [the Virginia Department of Health] has with an emergency response organization called Ashbritt.” An official announcement will be forthcoming regarding the new community vaccination center. Later this month on October 14 and October 15, a Food and Drug Administration panel will review data regarding the possibility of boosters for Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines. (meeting announcement)“This will be emergency use authorization again and it will still even if its approved on that date will have to go to the CDC advisory committee,” Dr Bonds said.Dr. Bonds said the FDA has tentatively scheduled a meeting for October 26 to consider use of the Pfizer vaccine in children under the age of 12. New VDOT leader for Charlottesville areaWhen the Charlottesville-Albemarle Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Policy Board next meets, there will be a new person representing the Virginia Department of Transportation. Sean Nelson will become the new district engineer for VDOT’s Culpeper District, which spans nine counties.“I am honored to return to Culpeper District as the district engineer and look forward to working with our talented teams and valued community partners,” Nelson is quoted in a September 30 press release. “I was born and raised in Louisa and am now raising my family there. I am proud to come home and am committed to making a difference in this region.”Nelson’s last post was as the maintenance engineer for VDOT’s Richmond District. In the new job, he will be in charge of “construction, maintenance and operations maintenance, project development and business functions of nearly 10,500 lane miles.” VDOT manages road construction projects in all of those counties, including six projects being designed and built under one contract in Albemarle County. However, Charlottesville manages its own construction projects and has been the recipient of multiple projects under Smart Scale. Last month, Council signaled it would likely forgo $3.25 million in VDOT funds for the first phase of the West Main Streetscape and $4 million for the second phase. Both required a match of local funding, funding which will now be transferred to a $75 million project to renovate Buford Middle School. This summer, the Commonwealth Transportation Board approved $10.8 million for the third phase of West Main Street, which requires no match. It is unclear if that phase will move ahead. All of the phases were designed as part of a $2.85 million planning study overseen by Rhodeside & Harwell. Construction on the Belmont Bridge finally got underway this summer after many years of planning. There are many other open VDOT projects in Charlottesville that have not gone to construction. Council round-upLast night, Charlottesville City Council voted 4-1 to join a regional board that would administer cigarette taxes generated in outlying counties. Until this year, only cities have been able to levy such a tax, which generated $641,494 for Charlottesville in fiscal year 2020. The city gets $0.55 a pack. Mayor Nikuyah Walker voted against the item partially out of a concern it would penalize people who are low-income. “I know we discuss it from a public health platform but most people are not going to stop smoking because there’s an increased tax on it,” Walker said. The tax board would be administered by the Thomas Jefferson Planning District. David Blount is deputy director.“And right now we have six counties that have so far agreed to establish this board,” Blount said. “We know of one additional county in our region and even one in our town that is showing some interest in participating.” Counties can not charge more than 40 cents a pack. Council also agreed to donate $50,000 to the B.U.C.K. Squad for their community policing efforts on a 3 to 2 vote. Councilor Michael Payne joined Mayor Walker in voting against the measure out of concerns raised by the Public Housing Association of Residents and the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority. “The B.U.C.K. Squad program is something really important, that model,” Payne said. “But I would just want to have very clear lockstep assurance that CRHA and PHAR are all on the same page regarding in terms of what they’re doing and not being 100 percent assured of that I’m going to vote no for that reason hoping that partnership can evolve and become successful.”Council also voted to establish a ground lease for the Botanical Garden of the Piedmont to operate in a section of McIntire Park. The group will be responsible for raising the funds to construct improvements called for in their schematic plan. “It’s very important for the nonprofit to obtain a lease so that they can complete their fundraising efforts,” said City Manager Chip Boyles. “The city does not have any funds in the [capital improvement program] for this project and therefore this would not be a project that would go under construction under city management.” The vote was 5-0. Time for another shout-out from a Patreon supporter!WTJU 91.1 FM is a different sort of radio station. It's dedicated to sharing the transcendent experience of music while raising funds from listeners across the world. From October 4th through 10th, WTJU airs its annual Jazz Marathon. Tune in for a deep dive into everything from bebop to blues. WTJU's Volunteer DJs will play the spectrum jazz – from Billie Holiday to Canonball Adderly to Pharoah Sanders. Plus live, local jazz performances throughout the week.  Visit wtju.org to learn more!At the end of their meeting last night, Charlottesville City Council held another lengthy discussion about the termination of Police Chief RaShall Brackney. I may or may not make it back to that item in a future installment of the newsletter. In addition to the police chief, Charlottesville continues to have many high-profile vacancies.  The position for Director of Elections is being advertised through October 15, 2021. Other openings include the director of Parks and Recreation as well as the Director of Public Works. The person who most recently held the latter position is David Brown, who only worked for Charlottesville for a year. Brown was honored by the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority at their meeting on September 28. Here’s the chair, Mike Gaffney.“And what is that old saying? David, we hardly knew ye,” Gaffney said. RSWA seeks tonnage increaseLet’s stick with the Rivanna Authorities for a moment. The Rivanna Solid Waste Authority has been experiencing higher volumes of tonnage received at the Ivy Materials Utilization Center. Material is sorted before sent out to other landfills. As a result, the RSWA is asking the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to increase the amount it can transfer each day to 450 tons, up from 300 tons. “We believe that by increasing our facility limit to 450 tons per day will not result in a great deal more traffic, but rather allow us to accept the few, large load, customers that are bringing us material from infrequent large projects (like the field turf replacement project or a UVA building demolition project that we’ve seen in the past couple of years,” reads the executive director’s report for the September meeting. RSWA Solid Waste Director Phil McKalips said that many times his agency does not know material is coming until it shows up. “We tend to find out about these projects when they come across the scale, so our ability to impact the planning of a project is usually far down the pipeline by the time we see it,” McKalips said.  McKalips said the RSWA has received a lot of waste material from the Southwood project in recent weeks. Recently an area where household waste had been discarded over the years was cleared and sent to the Ivy Materials Utilization Center. The increase would help on days when they exceed the 300 ton a day limit. “Whoever cleared the site mixed a lot of debris in with the soil so they had to bring it all out to us for disposal,” McKalips said. “We didn’t know that was coming ahead of time and all of a sudden we have 140 tons in a day to deal with.” McKalips said this material is not to be confused with areas that may have been contaminated with oil that leaked from storage tanks under trailers. That will be going through a separate process monitored by the DEQ.RSWA to conduct engineering study on new paper-sort facilityPlanning to reduce greenhouse gas emissions takes many forms. Albemarle County’s Climate Action Plan has a whole chapter on “sustainable materials management” which has multiple strategies to divert items from landfills. Strategy 5.1.3 is to “identify if there is a need to local additional paper/cardboard balers in Albemarle County.” That item is under review by the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority and McKalips gave a briefing.The RSWA operates a facility on Meade Avenue that sorts paper material brought to the Ivy Materials Utilization Center and the McIntire Recycling Center. “People put their recyclable materials in there and we take those back to the paper sort facility and we by and large bale all of those products,” McKalips said. “That allows us to save a lot of shipping costs in getting them to our vendors.”However, there are access issues with the site that have to be addressed. The property on which the facility is located on Meade Avenue is leased from Woolen Mills Self Storage but RSWA can only access it on property leased by Gerdau Metals Recycling. An access agreement has a 90-day termination clause and the bailing equipment is over 20 years old. “The thing has been well used and it’s getting near the end of its service life,” McKalips said. That’s prompted McKalips to see if there’s another option for the future. For instance, there’s not enough covered storage space to keep the material protected from rain and moisture that would make it unusable for recycling. The RSWA also collects paper material from other private collection sites such as at Kohl’s and Wal-Mart. That creates logistical issues with what to bale and when. “So this facility gets a lot of cardboard,” McKalips said. “That cardboard isn’t conducive to pushing that back into a trailer and pulling it out later so we leave it out front and then that’s one of the earliest products to get bailed. Having said that though, we have all [these] materials that need to be pulled back out, driven around the cardboard, and baled.”So with a future need, McKalips presented three options for the future. The first would renovate and expand on site and would have have a $2 million capital cost. The second would be to skip the local baling facility entirely and ship out to other entities. That would include no capital costs, but increase operating costs of $550,000 in the first year and $300,000 each year after. The third would be to build a new paper sort facility with two bailers.  “Obviously this is going to be the most expensive option,” McKalips said. “It was looking to be about $4.3 million in the feasibility study.” If the third option is pursued, McKalips said the next step is to work with Albemarle and Charlottesville to identify a potential site for the new location. They’ll need about three acres of land. Lance Stewart, Albemarle’s Director of Facilities and Environmental Services, said that he is hopeful to be able to work with city government to develop an approach to move forward with a new facility. “I think it’s a complex set of issues that hopefully we can come together on,” Stewart said. The presentation comes just as Albemarle and Charlottesville are about to start their budget cycle. The RSWA Board reached consensus to direct staff to move forward with the engineering study for a new facility. Thank you for reading! Please send on to someone else you think might be interested, and please let me know if you have any questions! This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

Got Science?
Ep. 119: Floods, Fires, and Outdated Disaster Plans at Chemical Facilities

Got Science?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 29:01


Researcher Casey Kalman discusses how chemical facilities can prepare for worsening climate change and natural disasters.

Trends + Tensions presented by BHDP
Aligning Organizational Culture with Architecture

Trends + Tensions presented by BHDP

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 30:24


People build environments for many reasons, but perhaps the most important one is an expression of a shared culture. For Total Quality Logistics (TQL), their newly expanded headquarters has become a physical representation of their brand. Our guests Daniel Gabbard, Director of Real Estate and Facilities at TQL; Amy Knasel, Director of Marketing at TQL; and Tom Arends, Design Leader at BHDP, discuss the expansion project and reflect on the relationship between workplace design and organizational culture.

CFO Weekly
61. The Evolution of the CFO Role w/ Rick Smith

CFO Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 45:50


The CFO role is one marked by constant evolution. Not only have the expectations for the position evolved dramatically in recent years, but to succeed as a CFO, you must be willing to evolve, too, in order to meet the shifting demands of each growth stage your company passes through or the complexities of international business. Success doesn't come to CFOs who sit still. Our latest guest proves it: Rick Smith is a CFO experienced in leading high-growth VC- and PE-backed companies with revenues in the $20M-$300M range, who has led multiple companies through successful exits. Rick's background spans a variety of industries, including SAAS, EdTech, healthcare services, advertising/marketing, and retail. Having been a Controller, FP&A leader, and CFO, Rick' expertise spans all areas of accounting and finance, including day-to-day accounting and processes, financial systems, buy- and sell-side M&A, financings, capital raising/recapitalizations, and international operations. Additionally, Rick has extensive experience managing areas such as Human Resources, Facilities, Data & Analytics, Project Management, and Technology Infrastructure. In this episode, we discuss: - How the CFO role has evolved over time - How a CFO's role evolves across growth stages - How you need to evolve as a CFO to handle international business For more interviews from the CFO Weekly podcast, check us out on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player! Presented by Personiv https://insights.personiv.com/cfo-weekly

CFO Weekly
The Evolution of the CFO Role w/ Rick Smith

CFO Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 45:50


The CFO role is one marked by constant evolution.  Not only have the expectations for the position evolved dramatically in recent years, but to succeed as a CFO, you must be willing to evolve, too, in order to meet the shifting demands of each growth stage your company passes through or the complexities of international business.  Success doesn't come to CFOs who sit still.  Our latest guest proves it: Rick Smith is a CFO experienced in leading high-growth VC- and PE-backed companies with revenues in the $20M-$300M range, who has led multiple companies through successful exits. Rick's background spans a variety of industries, including SAAS, EdTech, healthcare services, advertising/marketing, and retail.  Having been a Controller, FP&A leader, and CFO, Rick' expertise spans all areas of accounting and finance, including day-to-day accounting and processes, financial systems, buy- and sell-side M&A, financings, capital raising/recapitalizations, and international operations. Additionally, Rick has extensive experience managing areas such as Human Resources, Facilities, Data & Analytics, Project Management, and Technology Infrastructure. In this episode, we discuss: - How the CFO role has evolved over time - How a CFO's role evolves across growth stages - How you need to evolve as a CFO to handle international business For more interviews from the CFO Weekly podcast, check us out on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player!  Presented by Personiv https://insights.personiv.com/cfo-weekly

Louisiana Considered Podcast
Louisiana Considered: Louisiana Seafood Industry Hit Hard By Hurricane Ida, Andouille Season In South Louisiana, State Correctional Facilities Mishandled Ida Evacuations

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 24:30


Patrick Madden hosted this Monday's episode of Louisiana Considered. Gulf Seafood Foundation Board Member Jim Gossenand former chairman of the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board Harlon Pearceexplain how Hurricane Ida disrupted Louisiana's seafood industry and how the industry recovered from Hurricane Katrina 16 years ago. Food writer Ian McNultyreports on the heroic efforts undertaken by local meat markets in the River Parishes to produce andouille in communities hit hard by Hurricane Ida. WWNO/WRKF Criminal Justice Reporter Bobbi-Jeanne Misick reports on how juvenile detention centers, state correctional facilities and jails botched evacuations during Hurricane Ida. In one case, 36 teens were evacuated from the New Orleans Juvenile Justice Intervention Center to Elayn Hunt Correctional Center in St. Gabriel instead of Dixon Correctional Institute in Jackson, the evacuation point described in JJIC's evacuation plans. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gully Cricket Podcast
Ep. 22: Dhoni > Kohli

Gully Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 43:06


Facilities and Minerals, more important in cricket than you think. Lack of quality in RCB? More than you believe. Mumbai Indians? They have to mix it up. Yuvraj Singh? FIFA icon. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/madhur-chaturvedi/support

Action and Ambition
Muddu Sudhakar is Automating Customer Service with the World's First AI-Driven Management Solution

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 27:48


Welcome to another episode of the Action and Ambition Podcast. Today, our guest is Muddu Sudhakar. He is a successful entrepreneur, executive, and investor. He is also the Co-Founder and CEO of Aisera, the industry's first proactive, personalized, and predictive AI Service Management solution that is purpose-built to automate tasks and actions for IT, HR, Facilities, and Customer Service. Muddu has vast product, technology, GTM experience, and knowledge on enterprise markets such as Cloud, SaaS, AI/Machine learning, and many more. He brings strong operating experience as the CEO of multiple startups and public companies. And is also widely published in industry journals and conference proceedings and owns more than 40 patents. To know more about how Aisera is transforming business interactions, listen to this episode! You will learn a lot!

The Greek Current
The EU's "new generation" migrant facilities on Greece's islands

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 14:25


On Saturday Greece opened a new migrant camp on the eastern Aegean island of Samos. The facility is the first EU-designed, EU-funded migrant camp in the country, and is part of a broader European response to the tent cities that had emerged on Greece's frontline islands since migrants and refugees began to arrive en-masse at the beginning of the migration crisis in 2015. The new facility, which is meant to provide a higher standard of accommodation for asylum seekers, has also come under criticism from aid groups and NGOs. In the meantime, Saturday's announcement comes amid concerns from Athens and Brussels about a new wave of refugees from Afghanistan.Nektaria Stamouli, a correspondent with Politico based in Athens covering Greece, Cyprus, and the Balkans, joins our host Thanos Davelis with the latest analysis on these developments.Read the latest from Nekatria Stamouli for Politico: Barbed wire, curfews and wi-fi: EU touts ‘new generation' migrant camp in GreeceAfghan takeover fuels Greece-EU border patrol spatYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here: UAE welcomes regional rivals at major natural gas conferenceAs tensions ease, Turkey says talks to UAE on energy investmentGreece: Firefighters contain wildfire at resort near Athens

Dude Grows Show Cannabis Podcast
Is Your Garden Infected With Hop Latent Viroid Like 90% Of CA Facilities

Dude Grows Show Cannabis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 62:28


Wake & Bake America 1246 https://www.dudegrows.com/support Or Go To www.Patreon.com/dudegrowsshow The Dude & Scotty Real Are Hanging Out And Talking About What The Smartest Animals On The Planet Are And What Intelligence Really Means, If the Cannabis Today Is Anything Like What Was Being Smoked 50 Years Ago & What Hop Latent Viroid Is And How Dark Heart Nurseries Has Found It In 90% Of CA Commercial Facilities & What It Means For Growers Everywhere & More On Todays Episode Of Wake & Bake America

Dude Grows Show Cannabis Podcast
Is Your Garden Infected With Hop Latent Viroid Like 90% Of CA Facilities

Dude Grows Show Cannabis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 62:28


Wake & Bake America 1246 https://www.dudegrows.com/support Or Go To www.Patreon.com/dudegrowsshow The Dude & Scotty Real Are Hanging Out And Talking About What The Smartest Animals On The Planet Are And What Intelligence Really Means, If the Cannabis Today Is Anything Like What Was Being Smoked 50 Years Ago & What Hop Latent Viroid Is And How Dark Heart Nurseries Has Found It In 90% Of CA Commercial Facilities & What It Means For Growers Everywhere & More On Todays Episode Of Wake & Bake America

Learn Hindi On The Go
Foundation Oral Drill Worksheet– PDIW1.03 – What facilities are there in the hotel?

Learn Hindi On The Go

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 17:40


In this episode, through oral drill you are going to learn how in or at are translated and used in Hindi. And you are going to practice making sentences using them. And you are going to learn how to say ‘There is a swimming pool in the hotel.' and ‘There are many rooms vacant in the hotel.'  And you'll do an interactive role-play quiz, as well. Our oral drills will help you reinforce the sentence structures that you have learned in our previous podcast lessons. They also train you to think, in Hindi and can help you assess your progress. Kindly support us & get access to extra learning material like weekly Exercise worksheets on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/learnhindionthego                                                                                                                  To help us improve the show, kindly give your feedback & suggest some topics on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/learnhindionthego/    To take a free trial for online Hindi lessons visit: https://learnhindischool.com Find out more at https://learn-hindi-on-the-go.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Black Talk Radio Network
BTR News – CCHR Calls For Bans On Chokeholds & Child Abuse In Mental Health Facilities

Black Talk Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 31:00


Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR), a more than 50-year mental health industry watchdog, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, is supporting campaigns against law enforcement using chokeholds and the abuse of children in mental health facilities. Rev. Fred Shaw speaks to BTR News about these issues.

Black Talk Radio Network
BTR News – CCHR Calls For Bans On Chokeholds & Child Abuse In Mental Health Facilities

Black Talk Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 28:31


Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR), a more than 50-year mental health industry watchdog, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, is supporting campaigns against law enforcement using chokeholds and the abuse of children in mental health facilities. Rev. Fred Shaw speaks to BTR News about these issues.

The Freedom Formula for Physicians | How Doctors Cut Debt & Slash Taxes |  Business Of Medicine | Financial Education
S6, Episode 3 - Jacob Vanderslice on Self Storage Facilities- VanWest Partners

The Freedom Formula for Physicians | How Doctors Cut Debt & Slash Taxes | Business Of Medicine | Financial Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 45:52


Good to see be back! I know you are here to learn and to feed your brain something for your growth and I am so proud of you that you keep yourself improving. Today, I want to give you an idea about a man who was once a firefighter but now a successful real estate investor. He is the Principal at VanWest Partners, a Denver-based real estate investment firm focusing on the acquisition and management of self-storage centers and other opportunistic real estates throughout the United States. I can't wait for you to learn more from him! Let me introduce to you, Mr. Jacob Vanderslice. Welcome to the show, Jacob! In this podcast, you will... Learn about Storage Facilities, and Prons and Cons of the asset class Discover the journey of Jacob Vanderslice from being a firefighter to Principal, Real state, and Finance How did Jacob learn real state? Was it hard for him? How did he start from it? Listen to his stories during one of his tough years and how he goes through it Jacob shares lessons and advice on how to survive during hard times What was Jacob's zero-down kind of thing that happened to him? Learn about low-interest-rate environments Do Tenants live in Storage Facility? Discover the Positive and Negative side of having Storage Facility Business Jacobs explained about cap rates How Covid impacted his business What are the pros and cons of being a passive investor VS. an Active investor owner? Learn Jacob's advice to people who want to start a self-storage business Discover the budget range on buying a square foot building Learn the Inflation rate in the Real state / Cash flow in the Real state Understand more about investing in real state Are the use of leverage fixed or variable? What is the potential danger of interest rate? How to avoid bad operator and how to spot a good one Resources Mentioned In This Podcast Book: The Big Short - Michael Lewis Websites: Amazon VanWestPartners Jacob Vanderslice   For all the show notes, and more, check out the podcast website at www.doctorfreedompodcast.com

Rugby on Off The Ball
Women's inter-pros | Facilities and fixtures | Shock World Cup loss | Briggs, Coghlan & Miller

Rugby on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 49:52


Joe Molloy is joined by a trio of Irish rugby legends -  Niamh Briggs, Fiona Coghlan & Alison Miller - to talk through what has been a tumultuous couple of days for women's rugby in Ireland on both a provincial and national level. #TeamOfUs | @VodafoneIreland

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Sinn Féin say investment in public medicine reduce reliance on private health facilities

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 17:52


Mary Lou McDonald, Sinn Féin Leader, discusses the party's think-in taking place in Dublin today.

Oilfield Basics Discover Podcast
EP. 96 - Smart Production Facilities with Luke Coats

Oilfield Basics Discover Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 60:08


Connect with Luke on LinkedInVisit Clean Connect AI's WebsiteConnect with Dane on LinkedInConnect with Derek Krieg on LinkedInFollow Oilfield Basics on LinkedInVisit Oilfield Basic's WebsiteEmail Derek @ Oilfield Basics

Duluth News Tribune Minute
Solar panel manufacturer expands facilities on Iron Range

Duluth News Tribune Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 8:37


Today is Friday, Sept. 10, 2021. Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com.

CEO Podcasts: CEO Chat Podcast + I AM CEO Podcast Powered by Blue 16 Media & CBNation.co
IAM1124- Co-Founder Enables Innovation of Parking Facilities

CEO Podcasts: CEO Chat Podcast + I AM CEO Podcast Powered by Blue 16 Media & CBNation.co

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 16:54


Jerry Skillett is Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of SPACES, a revolutionary technology services company that enables parking facilities to serve as innovative commercial transportation centers. With more than 35 years of experience as an industry executive and innovator, Skillett provides SPACES with strategic guidance and visionary leadership. Prior to SPACES, Skillett was CEO of Citizens Parking, one of the largest parking companies nationwide. During his tenure, its major brands encompassed 1,200 locations, 8,000 employees, and 320,000 parking spaces across the United States and Puerto Rico. Website: https://www.spacesusa.com/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/spacesusa Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spacesusa Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spacesusa/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/spaces-parking/

Constructed Futures
Melanie Stone: What Facilities Operators Need from Construction Handoffs

Constructed Futures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 30:23


Check out Melanie's post that led to this podcast here: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6814296863139799040/ 

AP Audio Stories
New Orleans: Seniors left in dark, hot facilities after Ida

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 1:43


The Courage to Change: A Recovery Podcast
How Penning a Memoir Helped a Gay Man Find Recovery After Attending 54 Rehab Facilities

The Courage to Change: A Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 81:12


Charlie Gray is a mid-30's, white, gay man living in Midwest America. For years he suffered as a high-functioning alcoholic experiencing chronic relapse. On July 8, 2020, Charlie entered sobriety and began penning his memoir as part of his healing process - At Least I'm Not The Frog: A Zany Memoir of Alcoholism & Recovery.His book begins shortly after he graduated from Drury University at the age of twenty-two, bright-eyed, hopeful, and eager to become an Academy-Award winning actor. At the time, he was ravenous for experience, which he found, albeit not quite as he anticipated. Wandering from corporate banking to global travel, always with a bottle of vodka in tow, Charlie became privy to the glittering underbelly of an addictive lifestyle. Fearing this was his ultimate fate, he fled to a series of no less than 54 rehabs, detoxes, and psychiatric wards - all of which is recollected in his book. At Least I'm Not The Frog is currently trending on Amazon's Hot New Releases in the substance abuse category. Charlie resides in his quaint hometown in Missouri, with his family, friends, and cat, Klaus. These days, he can usually be found searching for epic, inspiring moments or updating his blog on maintaining sobriety and clarity, aptly titled At Least I'm Not The Frog II.Episode ResourcesThe Beacon Website | https://thebeaconhelps.org/Connect with Charlie GrayInstagram | @hismajestycharles3rdCharlie's Book | At Least I'm Not The Frog: A Zany Memoir of Alcoholism & Recovery  | Available on AmazonBlog | At Least I'm Not The Frog II - BlogConnect The Courage to ChangePodcast Website | lionrock.life/couragetochangepodcastPodcast Instagram | @couragetochange_podcastPodcast Facebook | @thecouragetochangepodcastPodcast Email | podcast@lionrock.lifeYouTube | The Courage to Change PlaylistLionrock ResourcesCoffee & Coffee Alternatives | lionrock.life/shop-productsSupport Group Meeting Schedule | lionrock.life/meetings

Don't Shit On The Bus
How A Venue Operates ft. Joey Phillips (The Forum)

Don't Shit On The Bus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 61:34


This week we are taking a trip down memory lane. Kind of - we are learning like the first 10 episodes. We were lucky enough to connect with Joey Phillips. Joey is the Event Manager at The Forum in Los Angeles. The Forum is a legendary 17,000 capacity, all music venue, that has been open since 1967. Joey takes us through what the heck a venue does. Because if you are like me - you usually just show up at a venue, give them your ticket - and watch the show. However for every touring job, there is a venue counterpart. The venue has to work with the touring team to advance and figure out every aspect of the show. Then on the day of - they have to put it into action. This is the first of two episodes. Next week we will go a bit more in-depth on what each job does. I hope this week can be a level up in your knowledge on what goes on inside of a venue. Maybe working at a local venue first is your path to get into the music industry. Or maybe you have been touring for a while and want to find a way to get off the road. All that info and more on this week's episode. In this episode of the Don't Shit On The Bus podcast we will learn: • How Joey became the event manager of The Forum • How venues and touring crews operate together • What it takes for a venue to run smoothly • All of the different positions in a venue (00:00) Intro (01:04) Joey gets on the bus (02:06) Why you should listen to Joey (03:55) History of the Forum (05:02) What Joey does at The Forum (09:13) The Forum Club (10:56) Positions at a venue (18:46) How Joey navigated the music industry (24:37) Why the venue is often overlooked (27:30) Doing what it takes to put on a show (28:54) What is the goal of a venue (34:53) Facilities and Live Departments (36:23) How touring crews and venue crews work together (45:23) What is a drop count (57:34) How a touring act can help out a venue (59:52) Wrap up notes --- Joey Philips - Guest ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yosephphillips/ --- Don't Shit On The Bus Podcast ► Website: http://www.dontshitonthebus.com ► Spotify: http://bit.ly/DSotBspotify ► Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/DSotBapple ► TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@dontshitonthebus ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/DSotBpodcast ► Instagram: https://instagram.com/DSotBpodcast ► Facebook: https://facebook.com/DSotBpodcast ► Patreon: https://patreon.com/DSotB --- Adam Elmakias - Host ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/elmakias ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elmakias ► Website: https://www.adamelmakias.com --- Edited & Produced by Connor Gaskey

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, The chip crisis has reached another critical breaking point and as a result General Motors is shutting down almost every one of its manufacturing facilities

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 11:00


Welcome to the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—God Bless America this is the Steve Gruber Show—the fastest growing talk conversation in the nation—and you are part of it—   Here are three big things you need to know right now—   Three— PFAS contaminated deer—that are around Wurtsmith Air Force Base—are now in a smaller area—at least that is the belief—and the area of concern is shrinking as a result—   Two— Beaches around the country are closed for different reasons for the Labor Day holiday—some have been hammered by hurricanes and torrential downpours—others are contaminated—including 9 in Michigan—   One— The chip crisis has reached another critical breaking point—and as a result General Motors is shutting down almost every one of its manufacturing facilities—because the chips are not available to finish the cars and trucks and put them on the market—parking lots are stuffed with new vehicles—and there is no reason to keep making them without the key component—  

Autism In Real Life
Episode 2: Employment and Autism with Dr. Temple Grandin

Autism In Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 65:36


Temple and I have a very interesting conversation about the challenges of employment while being on the autism spectrum as well as some strategies we can all use to help. Dr. Temple Grandin is well known to many for her trailblazing work as a spokesperson for people with autism and her lifelong work with animal behavior. Dr. Grandin has been with Colorado State University (CSU) for over 25 years. Grandin has been referred to as the "most famous person working at CSU" by her peers.Her life's work has been to understand her own autistic mind, and to share that knowledge with the world, aiding in the treatment of individuals with the condition. Her understanding of the human mind has aided her in her work with animal behavior, and she is one of the most respected experts in both autism and animal behavior in the world. Dr. Grandin is also a designer of livestock handling facilities and a Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University. Facilities she has designed are located in the United States, Canada, Europe, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and other countries. You can learn more about Dr. Temple Grandin's work in autism at templegrandin.com and for her work in animal behavior you can go to grandin.com.

I am Cannabis Sativa
Over 70 Percent of New Jersey Municipalities to Ban Adult Use Facilities

I am Cannabis Sativa

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 15:12


Underscores how important local politics is. Our Video: https://youtu.be/GXcnLTiGg6U Source: https://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/article/more-than-70-percent-of-new-jersey-municipalities-ban-adult-use-cannabis-businesses/ ICYMI – It Would Be Ironic (Don't you think?) if The Garden State Doesn't Include Home Grow in Their Ballot Measure https://open.spotify.com/episode/6EwAu5z9Ac4adbeFt33ySH?si=10qJEnwBQRq73kQfaHsOSQ ICYMI - The Rules of Road of Getting a Medical Marijuana Card in New Jersey https://open.spotify.com/episode/3v5S2cugvVPvZH50sxt6bk?si=gXdUNC1USq2ExOAbMVt9iQ ICYMI - Brainstorming Session – Repealing and Replacing the New Jersey Legislature https://open.spotify.com/episode/2NGzZTkZpBZ9hMcBnxEGlX?si=f6de6141b19c4bab ---------------------------------------- To Follow Mr. Sativa on Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/icsativapod Periscope: https://www.pscp.tv/icsativapodcast Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/_iamcannabissativa/ Please become a Patreon at just $1 a month - http://bit.ly/2NJmshn Please support us via PayPal - paypal.me/icsativapodcast If you want to support us via Anchor: https://anchor.fm/iamcannabissativapodcast/support My Twitch Channel - https://www.twitch.tv/iamcannabissativa My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdMtiTbOFE3D39rpLfLglaw? Get Great Quality CBD products from Sequoia Organics: https://www.sequoiaorganics.co/?a_aid=iamcannabissativa My Email: iamcannabissativa@gmail.com Like Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/iamcsativapodcast/ Now Syndicated on Radical Russ Radio: https://streamingv2.shoutcast.com/radicalruss-radio --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iamcannabissativapodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iamcannabissativapodcast/support

Church Brand Guide Podcast | Logo, Website, Video, and Design
How a 20,000 Member Church Has Grown By Building a Genuine Brand with Randy Greene (CBG024)

Church Brand Guide Podcast | Logo, Website, Video, and Design

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 61:36


In this episode, we talk with Randy Greene who is with Church of the Resurrection a 20,000 plus member church. We discuss the brand of this Methodist Church and what has caused them to grow to such a large size. The main reason for the growth of the church has been their sincerity in serving the community, which resulted in building a positive perception in their city. Show Notes: • Church of the Resurrection is a large church with a brand that is very hands-on in the community • Facilities are meant to engage the community around the church • People are encouraged to go out and do ministry in the city • This church has over 20,000 members with 4 campuses • Randy breaks down the vision of the church so we can understand how the church has grown • Randy is one year into his job of running digital marketing for the church • The new website is being designed with the main goal of drawing in non-religious people as the main goal • Events on the new site will be easy to share so members can push information • Randy credits the attraction of the church to how they engage with the community • This church is working on improving its digital marketing • The church is good at rallying its members to do community projects • A brand is what people think about you; a logo and website is a part of a brand • Strong church brands are genuine to the vision of the church • This church's brand is built on genuine service to the community that started at the beginning • Randy was hired a year ago to build a strong digital brand for the church • The church has focused on doing high-quality video work and print promotions • Randy recommends your marketing start by engaging with the community in real life • We created 4 pieces to get New Tribe started with promotions: logo, video, brochure, website • The preparation to communicate the vision is an act of worship • The Bible talks about Moses getting help from an artisan to help him establish a good representation of God with the tabernacle • God is intentional about how he communicates and uses symbolism, we should too

Church Brand Guide Podcast | Logo, Website, Video, and Design
Church Rebrand Tips Case Study (CBG033)

Church Brand Guide Podcast | Logo, Website, Video, and Design

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 33:34


Show Notes: What took place during the visit: Met leadership Presented the logo Toured the facility and learned how the church is done Learned about the audience that is attracted to the ministry Discovered the ministry approach of the church and how the facility supports ministry Experienced an entire service, including pre-service and post-service Provided feedback on the experience as a guest Took pictures and videos of the services and culture What was learned about the church during the visit: Diverse church The facility needs to be more guest friendly with signs, inviting paint colors Soon to be multi-campus; branding needs to support this by being reproducible Kids areas need to be calmed down and systematized to do multi-campus Great culture of people who care about the work of the church; passion for ministry Pastor is a relational leader and a good speaker Facilities have multiple buildings and that should be easier to navigate Proper branding must be implemented to provide a consistent experience from web to campus

TRICHOMES Morning Buzz
U.S. Federal Government And California Governor's Administration Looking Into Medical Cannabis Use In Healthcare Facilities

TRICHOMES Morning Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 5:14


Today in cannabis news: The state of New Mexico begins taking submissions for recreational cannabis producers; Colorado's state Attorney General asserts that the U.S. Congress must safeguard small cannabis businesses from Big Tobacco corporate control; and the U.S. federal government and California's gubernatorial administration are looking into medical cannabis use in healthcare facilities. It's Friday, August 27 and TRICHOMES.com is bringing you the top cannabis news from around the web. You can also listen on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, or Spotify–search TRICHOMES and subscribe!

Asset Champion Podcast | Physical Asset Performance, Criticality, Reliability and Uptime
Ep. 57: Leadership, Facilities Maintenance and Asset Management in K-12 Education with Robert Kleimenhagen, Jr., CFM, SFP of Central Bucks School District

Asset Champion Podcast | Physical Asset Performance, Criticality, Reliability and Uptime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 18:53


Robert Kleimenhagen, Jr., CFM, SFP is Director of Facilities & Energy Management Operations at the Central Bucks School District where his team is responsible for the construction and renovation of facilities including the planning, maintenance, repair, capital improvement programs, and custodial operations to insure continuous operation of all facilities and educational programs. Mike Petrusky and Robert discuss their long history together at the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) and how the professional community there is similar to the connections Mike has made in the Asset Management world. With a passion for both education and facilities management leadership, Robert shares inspirational stories to help us manage our teams during challenging times. Connect with Robert on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-kleimenhagen-jr-cfm-sfp/ Learn more about Central Bucks School District FEMO Department: https://www.cbsd.org/domain/81 Connect with Mike on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikepetrusky/ Learn more about the iOFFICE Asset Division and explore more interviews at: https://www.assetchampion.com/ Share your thoughts with Mike via email: podcast@iOFFICECORP.com  

RNZ: Morning Report
Covid-19: Growing outbreak strains quarantine facilities

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 3:43


The country's Covid-19 quarantine hotels are under increasing pressure with more than 200 people infected with the virus and predictions that could balloon to one thousand. The Government is setting up a new facility with several hundred rooms, but has flagged if it runs out of spaces, people may have to isolate at home. Here's deputy political editor Craig McCulloch.

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays
Evacuations from Afghanistan ramp up, but 10,000 Afghans remain at the Kabul airport; San Jose City Council mandates vaccines to enter events at city facilities with more than 50 people; East Bay and Orange County leaders speak out against the recall of G

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 59:58


Only in OK Show
Lake Eufaula State Park

Only in OK Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 28:31


On today's episode of the Only in OK Show, we check out Lake Eufaula State Park in Checotah, Oklahoma.   The mission of Lake Eufaula State Park is to provide a safe place for the public to recreate, to enjoy and appreciate the state's natural and cultural resources; to encourage public health and wellness and to benefit local and state economy through tourism and outdoor recreation. To partner with local schools by providing programs that enhance and encourage science education and instill environmental stewardship in our youth.   The City of Checotah is nestled among the intersection of I-40 and US HWY 69. The traffic count on the highways combined is approximately 20,000 per day. Checotah is near Lake Eufaula, which was once the largest manmade lake in the nation, with 640 miles of shoreline. Checotah is home to a large number of antique malls, a Civil War battle site and a downtown historic district.   Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resorts is a franchise network of campgrounds focused on providing great family vacations. Whether you are an RV enthusiast, enjoy the comfort of a cabin, or prefer tent camping, Jellystone Park's first-rate accommodations, amenities, and activities provide the setting for a fun family vacation.   Fountainhead Creek Golf Course is a 18 hole, par 72 course that offers oversize bent grass greens, Bermuda grass tees and fairways, water hazards, well-placed sand bunkers, lake views and watchable wildlife. Facilities include a putting green, driving range, and pro shop with cart and club rentals, snacks and drinks.   The Heartland Flyer is a modern-day wagon train that takes you between the heart of Oklahoma City and Fort Worth.   Check out our sponsor for this episode - Cowboy Fence Restoration   #TravelOK #onlyinokshow #Oklahoma #MadeinOklahoma #oklaproud #itunes #podcast #okherewego #traveloklahoma #Attraction #lakelife #golf #fishing #boat #relax #travel

Liberty Roundtable Podcast
Radio Show Hour 2 – 08/20/2021

Liberty Roundtable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 54:49


* Guest: Dr. Scott Bradley – To Preserve The Nation – FreedomsRisingSun.com. * A Buzzfeed News report revealed that Snopes co-founder David Mikkelson plagiarized 54 articles under three different bylines between 2015 and 2019. Mikkelson is still a 50% shareholder and an officer at Snopes. * Hunter Biden's laptop scandal raises serious question about Joe: Did he lie? - WND.com. * FBI was in possession of viral Hunter Biden video saying laptop stolen by Russians — and admitting it would be a security risk — as early as 2019 - theBlaze.com. * Houston Hospital 'hits breaking point' after firing 150 unvaccinated workers - Shortage comes amid flood of COVID patients - Art Moore, WND.com. * Hospital removed sick patients from transplant wait list after they refused to get the COVID vaccine. * New Zealand Outbreak Spreads to the Capital - Nationwide lockdown Continues! * Three Vaccinated Senators Test Positive for Covid - Several House members have announced they tested positive as well. * A new policy from President Biden will require all nursing home workers to be vaccinated against Covid. Facilities that fall short could be penalized or lose federal funding. * NAB Show will require COVID-19 vaccines! * Vaxxed Australian Official Victor Dominello Develops Bell's Palsy During Covid Press Conference. * Dr. Roger Hodkinson: "It's all been a pack of lies"!

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H2 – Aug 18 2021

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 45:24


PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 2: Rob O'Neill, the man who killed Osama Bin Laden, on the catastrophe in Iraq. Veteran on clown show withdrawal from Afghanistan. Calls for Milley to resign. Joe Rogan agrees with Clay and Buck on Fauci and the Facilities. Biden to recommend booster shots for the vaccinated. Carrie Underwood likes C&B guest Matt Walsh on social media, gets crushed by libs. Will Carrie Underwood stand her ground on masks or backtrack? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
News Minute: Cobb County to Require Masks in Public Facilities

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 1:06


Masks will be required in all Cobb County government facilities beginning Friday #covid #maskmandate #MariettaGA   #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews      -            -            -            -            -            The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County.             Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline            Register Here for your essential digital news.             Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.             This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group on 8-18-2021.           For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Stock Day Media
Envirotech Vehicles Discusses Upcoming Manufacturing Facilities in The United States and 2nd Quarter Results with The Stock Day Podcast

Stock Day Media

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 12:07


The Stock Day Podcast welcomed Envirotech Vehicles Inc. (OTCQB: ADOM)(“the Company”), a provider of purpose-built zero-emission electric vehicles focused on reducing the total cost of vehicle ownership and helping fleet operators unlock the benefits of green technology. CEO of the Company, Phillip Oldridge, joined Stock Day host Everett Jolly. 

LTB Podcast
Jean-Claude Vacassin: What Separates The Successful vs The Struggling PT Facilities (Repost)

LTB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 47:50


Stuart welcomes back on Jean-Claude Vacassin from the International Fitness Business Alliance (IFBA) and W10 Gym in London to chat about common issues gym owners face, what to do if you're struggling as a facility owner and how he thinks about staffing and pricing.   Topics Covered: How involved is he in the day-to-day running of W10 nowadays? What separates great gyms from average gyms? If you're struggling as a facility owner, where should you start? He's been running the IFBA since 2016, what's been some of the big things he's learnt in that time about helping gym owners? What he has learnt from visiting many gyms for on-site visits? Have you seen many gyms fail? Why do you think happens? Does he think it's harder now as a facility owner? When you go to do an on-site audit, what you look for/ typically spot that are some easy fixes? How to think about up setting up your pricing? How he thinks about staffing.   Find Out More About JC: W10 Website: https://w10.fit/  IFBA Website: https://theifba.com/    Find Out More About LTB: Website: http://bit.ly/35dS9FZ  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liftthebar/ 

FreightCasts
The Importance of Site Selection for Cold Chain Facilities - Cold Chain Summit

FreightCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 16:09


New cold chain capacity is expensive and complicated to fit into your network. It's not all about location either as you also have to think about location, power, and government partnerships. David Hickey, Managing Director of Hickey & Associates, speaks with FreightWaves Executive Publisher Kevin Hill.Follow FreightWaves on Apple PodcastsFollow FreightWaves on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts

Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet
141: Reviews of Storage Facilities

Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 80:18


Fingers crossed no one finds out we, just like Barry on Storage Wars, get paid for what we do...Check out our merch! https://store.dftba.com/collections/beach-too-sandy-water-too-wetSupport us on Patreon at patreon.com/beachtoosandy!Listen to Alex's newest podcast, Human Seeking Human: https://linktr.ee/humanseekingpodLogo by Courtney Aventura. Theme by Mavus White.Music by PSOVOD and tyops.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Real Estate Syndication Show
WS1018: Where to Build Self-Storage Facilities and How to Source Deals with Fernando Angelucci

The Real Estate Syndication Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 32:04


We're glad to have our guest back on our show, Fernando Angelucci. He is the COO of Impact Self-Storage. In this episode, Fernando gives us an update on how the pandemic has affected the self-storage asset class and what opportunities have opened up for them. According to him, resilience has been proven time and time again for self-storage as the occupancy rate either stayed the same or slightly increased. The pandemic has caused a lot of movement with people transitioning from the city to the suburbs, kids going to school virtually, and parents having to work from home. He details how they source deals, conduct market research, and underwrite their storage facilities to keep up with the times.