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Algunas citas de la Coral Discantus: Sábado 2: Inauguración Belén Municipal en el Palacio Episcopal. Estarán toda la tarde las secciones infantiles. Martes 12. "Magnificat" (J.Rutter)- Teatro Romea Jueves 14. "Villancicos Árbol Plaza Circular" y también la inauguración de Belén de "La Pava"Viernes 15: Villancicos Sinfónicos en OrihuelaSábado 16: Villancicos Sinfónicos en Sto.DomingoDomingo 17: -"Conciertos en Familia" con OSRM en el Auditorio y "Noche de Zarzuela" en la Plaza CircularMiércoles 20: "El Mesías" en Catedral de MurciaJueves 21: Villancicos Sinfónicos en Plaza BellugaViernes 22: "Magnificat" (J.Rutter) en CartagenaSábado 23: "Ópera en Navidad" - Plaza CircularMartes 2: "Ópera en Año Nuevo" - Plaza CircularDomingo 7: "El Mesías" (Haendel) en Caravaca
Paige & Kramer are back to discuss playoff rankings, Bama and the Iron Bowl, Thanksgiving, what to make of Colorado's season, plus breaking down all the Champ Week matchups + Locks.Don't forget to use "NOPUNTS20" for 20% off your first order on Municipal.com!
Geni Whitehouse left a career in an accounting firm to help people tell their stories in a more interesting way. She says one key to making your stories more interesting is to understand the four types of personalities in your audience.Recorded live: at the NWPPA's NIC
Marie Brougham, manager of account management and sales, Sacramento Municipal Utility District talks about the inner workings of SMUD, its goals to be carbon free by 2030, and her view of fleet electrification. She also shares lessons learned from the PepsiCo depot in Sacramento, including the importance of partnerships and collaboration in the electrification process.
Municipal police departments in Ohio and Michigan are warning parents to disable the “Bringing Devices Together” setting in AirDrop for children. And Research from the Graz University of Technology, Austria suggests that Zoom fatigue is real. Plus we go over leaks for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S24 flagship phone. Starring Tom Merritt, Shannon Morse, Roger Chang, Joe. To read the show notes in a separate page click here! Support the show on Patreon by becoming a supporter!
Hosts: Abby Osborne and Taylor Morgan At the time of our conversation with Ben Nadolski, Ogden Mayoral Candidate it was a tight race between him and his opponent. Nadolski sheds some light on how the timeline change affected his campaign and what he plans to do first if he wins the seat. We also spoke to Cam Diehl, Director of Utah League of Cities and Towns to discuss his thoughts on the municipal results so far across the state.
Hosts: Abby Osborne and Taylor Morgan Election Recap On Tuesday elections were held across the state. Join our hosts as they unpack the results we know already, those that are almost certainly decided, and those that are still up in the air. What does this election cycle mean for your area? You won’t want to miss this conversation! Congresswoman-elect Celeste Maloy Congresswoman-elect for Utah’s 2nd Congressional District, Celeste Malloy, joined us on the show to discuss the race. How is she feeling? How did a previously unknown candidate at the convention become the projected winner? What caucuses has she thought about joining? Join us to have your questions answered and more. Municipal and Mayoral Races At the time of our conversation with Ben Nadolski, Ogden Mayoral Candidate it was a tight race between him and his opponent. Nadolski sheds some light on how the timeline change affected his campaign and what he plans to do first if he wins the seat. We also spoke to Cam Diehl, Director of Utah League of Cities and Towns to discuss his thoughts on the municipal results so far across the state. Election Night Closing Thoughts We finished up the hour with some final thoughts on last night's election. There is a new website that has much more functionality and efficiency compared to the old one. We are joined by Mark Mitchell, Director of Election Systems to discuss the new state election site. Update on SLC Olympic Bid We begin the second hour of the show talking about Salt Lake’s Olympic bid for 2034. We’re joined by Fraser Bullock, Chief Operating Officer for the Salt Lake Olympic Organizing Committee, to find out more about our bid and how it would look if we hosted again. Yesterday, the International Olympic Committee met with Governor Cox and other members of the Salt Lake City-Utah Committee for the Games. We find out how that meeting went and what makes Utah so attractive as a venue. Does the RNC Need Revamping? The KSL at Night hosts talk about the calls for a shake-up to the Republican National Committee. We’ve seen not only calls for the Chair to resign by Vivek Ramaswamy but also for the organization to stop hosting National GOP debates by Former President Donald Trump. If the RNC were to stop hosting GOP debates, how would that affect voters’ discernment process for candidates of their party? Tune in! Third-Party Candidates Threaten to Disrupt We have one confirmed independent candidate in Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and another potential independent in Senator Joe Manchin, both close to different sides of the aisle. Would the effect of both of these independents running cancel each other out? Which straight-ticket party would suffer more as a result of the candidacy of these independents? Thanksgiving Traditions Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and families across the U.S. will gather around the table to spend time together. Our hosts discuss their Thanksgiving traditions and how they cook their turkeys. We also give farewell to KSL at Night producer Carlos Artiles Fortun.
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Debate da Super Manhã: Como forma de garantir a segurança dos profissionais e contribuir para o combate da violência, o uso de arma de fogo já é realidade em algumas cidades brasileiras. Na Região Metropolitana do Recife, o município de Ipojuca adotou a medida recentemente, diferente da capital Recife, que até o momento não anunciou a adesão. No debate desta quarta-feira (22), a comunicadora Natalia Ribeiro conversa com os nossos convidados para saber o que pensam os trabalhadores e o que diz a lei sobre o armamento da Guarda Civil Municipal. Participam a presidente do Sindicato dos Guardas Civis Municipais do Recife, Marília Viana, o presidente da Associação dos Guardas Civis Municipais de Pernambuco, Etevaldo Genuíno, e o jornalista e titular da Coluna Segurança do JC, Raphael Guerra.
El Área de Bienestar Social del Ayuntamiento de Rincón de la Victoria ha organizado una serie de acciones con motivo del Día Internacional para la Eliminación de la Violencia contra las Mujeres, 25N. La concejala de Mujer e Igualdad, Olga Cervantes (PP), ha anunciado la convocatoria de una marcha pacífica “que partirá desde el Ayuntamiento de Rincón de la Victoria a las 10:00 horas con la participación de los centros educativos del municipio, asociaciones, colectivos y vecinos que finalizará en el Auditorio Municipal”. El alcalde de Rincón de la Victoria, Francisco Salado (PP), ha valorado “el compromiso de Rincón de la Victoria contra la Violencia de Género, participando y haciendo un llamamiento a la unidad de todos, mujeres y hombres, para poner fin a esta lacra social”. “Es un reto colectivo de toda la sociedad avanzar en la misma dirección: proteger a las víctimas y trabajar juntos en la prevención, sensibilización y coeducación”, añade Salado. Y con motivo del 25N, desde el Área se ha organizado una programación de actividades que comenzará el jueves 23 de noviembre con una charla sobre Violencia de Género en el Centro de Participación Activa de Mayores de Rincón de la Victoria a cargo de la psicóloga del Servicio de atención a las víctimas de la Ciudad de la Justicia de Málaga, Marta López Cortés. Tras la marcha, el domingo 26 de noviembre a las 18:00 horas habrá una representación de la obra teatral Inés de Ulloa en el Centro de Estudio del Folclore Malagueño de Benagalbón. “En el mes de diciembre celebraremos la comisión local de coordinación y atención a las mujeres víctimas de violencia de género y agresiones sexuales”, concluye la concejala, quién ha recordado que el Centro de Información Municipal de la Mujer (CMIM) ofrece asesoramiento jurídico, atención psicología y social. Las personas interesadas pueden contactar a través del Área de Bienestar Social, en los números de teléfonos: 673122361/ 673122447 en horario de 08:30 a 14:00 horas, de lunes a viernes o a través del email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vivien Mattei, José Raúl Cepeda y Gary Gutiérrez miran el Ponce que tenemos. ⦁ Presentación del tema en el contexto en que nos criamos y crecimos ⦁ Dónde estamos: ⦁ En lo político ⦁ En lo económico ⦁ En lo social ⦁ Retos Plan de Recuperación Municipal https://poncerestart.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/PonceREstartDocument.pdf
Rincón de la Victoria celebrará la Navidad con una amplía y variada programación que se desarrollará desde el 1 de diciembre al 5 de enero. El alcalde de Rincón de la Victoria, Francisco Salado (PP), junto a la concejala de Cultura, Feria y Fiestas, Paz Couto (PP), ediles y una amplía representación de asociaciones, colectivos, y clubes del municipio ha presentado hoy cerca de medio centenar de acciones de la programación navideña que viene acompañada de importantes novedades. En primer lugar, el regidor ha querido agradecer “el importante trabajo transversal que se ha llevado a cabo desde todas las áreas municipales, y que cuenta con el respaldo del tejido asociativo del municipio, y una estrecha colaboración público-privada”. Se trata, explica el alcalde, “de unas actividades pensadas para el disfrute de vecinos y visitantes, y programadas para la dinamización de los distintos sectores cultural, hostelero, comercial, turístico de los cuatro núcleos del municipio”. Salado ha anunciado que, “será una programación que conserva y preserva las tradiciones, comenzando con el tradicional alumbrado de nuestras calles, y al que le seguirán las pastorales, los talleres de borrachuelos, la chocolatada, los cánticos de villancicos, el Belén municipal, el mercado navideño y las Zambombas. Tendremos música, baile, teatro, cuentos, circo, acrobacias, pintura, manualidades, gastronomía, magia y muchas novedades y sorpresas”. También el alcalde ha querido agradecer la participación y apoyo de la Policía Local, Greencón, Servicios Operativos, Parques y Jardines, y Protección Civil. Por su parte, la concejala de Cultura, Feria y Fiestas ha hecho referencia a la iluminación navideña de este año, “una explosión de estrellas, en forma de arcos, y figuras gigantes 3D darán vida e ilusión a calles y plazas del municipio”. El 6 de diciembre se celebrará la inauguración del Belén municipal en Casa Fuerte Bezmiliana fruto del trabajo conjunto del artista Nicolás Augusto y Pilar Hernández. Entre las grandes novedades, la edil ha hecho mención a `El sueño de la Navidad´. La Casa Fuerte Bezmiliana acogerá actividades dirigidas al público familiar con cuentos inmersitos en formato obra de teatro, zonas de juego libre, talleres de cienca, cocina y manualidad. Además, añade la edil, “este será el mismo lugar que recibirá a Papa Noel para que los pequeños puedan entregar personalmente sus cartas”. La Navidad Joven, organizada por la Concejalía de Juventud, ofrecerá dos días de conciertos musicales de distintos estilos. Tendrá lugar los días 15 y 16 de diciembre en la Plaza de la Constitución en horario de 20:00 a 00:00 horas. Programación El encendido de la Navidad será el viernes 1 de diciembre en la plaza Al-Ándalus. Una cita que contará con la artista María Toledo. El día 2, la plaza del Agua y plaza de Pepe el Boticario acogerán los espectáculos de Petiswing. El día 8 actuarán los hermanos ORTIGOSA. El día 10 se podrá disfrutar del espectáculo de magia y acrobacia aérea con Dani Danielo. El tradicional concierto de la Banda de Música será el 17 de diciembre. Papá Noel llegará el día 22, y el 28 de diciembre se volverá a celebrar el Tesoro de la Navidad cargados de premios. La San Silvestre se llevará a cabo el día 30. Con el nuevo año, llega la gran cita esperada por los pequeños que comenzará el 3 de enero con la recepción del Cartero Real. Y el 5, el auditorio municipal acogerá la recepción de sus SS.MM, que dará paso a la tradicional cabalgata. Los colectivos implicados en la programación navideña son: Coro Asalbez, Coro Gospel Victoria, Coro Aires Marineros, AA.VV Torreón del Albendas-Granadillas, Coro Hermandad Nuestra Señora del Rocío, Gym Victoria Escuela Municipal Rincón de la Victoria, AA.VV Torresol, Banda de Música Municipal, Pastoral Río Granadillas, AA.VV La Cala del Moral, Escuela Municipal de Teatro, Asociación A Bailar, Mayordomos de la Candelaria, Coral El Castillito, Coral Santa Cecilia, Coral El Castillo, Coro Romeros del Carmen, Bellidance Rincón, Jóvenes Exploradores del CMR, y Talleres Municipales de Música y Danza. La autora del cartel de este año es la artista y vecina de La Cala del Moral, Marina Cuesta.
This episode of the National Link Trust Podcast features a recording from the 2023 Symposium on Municipal Golf. Michael Stachowicz of the National Park Service moderates a discussion on Agronomy and Course Maintenance with a panel of golf course superintendents. These superintendents are Rich Shilling from Jeffersonville Golf Club (PA), Len Curtin from George Wright Golf Course (MA), and Clay Payne from Buffalo Dunes Golf Course (KS). All three of these properties have undergone renovation projects overseen by their respective superintendents and are now amongst the most noteworthy municipal courses in the country. To support National Links Trust, join our Capital Club program or grab some NLT gear at ShopNLT.com.
This episode of the National Link Trust Podcast features a recording from the 2023 Symposium on Municipal Golf. Azucena Maldonado, Founder of the Latina Golfers Association, moderates a discussion on Partnerships and Community Engagement. National Links Trust's Andrew Szunyog, who oversees our volunteer and sustainability programs, is one of the panelists, and is joined by Dave Andrews, Director of The Path at The Park West Palm (FL) and Maria Stroup, Senior Vice President of Education, Social Responsibility and Community Engagement at the Cobbs Creek Foundation (PA). This group uses their diverse experiences in golf, non-profits, and education to have an insightful discussion on how municipal golf facilities can better serve and engagement with their local communities. To support National Links Trust, join our Capital Club program or grab some NLT gear at ShopNLT.com.
O corpo da jovem Ana Clara Benevides, de 23 anos, que morreu no show da cantora Taylor Swift na sexta-feira (17), no Rio de Janeiro, vai ser velado no final da tarde desta segunda (20). O velório será na Câmara Municipal da cidade de Sonora, no Mato Grosso do Sul, onde a mãe da jovem mora. A jovem passou mal dentro do estádio Nilton Santos, o Engenhão, onde foi realizado o show, para um público de aproximadamente 60 mil pessoas, durante um calor com sensação térmica de 59 graus. Veja também nesta edição do Boletim JR 24 Horas: Começa uma nova fase do programa Desenrola com renegociação de dívidas de até R$ 20 mil.
A polícia de Goiás fez, nesta segunda-feira (20), buscas na casa e na fazenda do prefeito de Iporá, no interior de Goiás. Suspeito de ter feito 15 disparos na casa da ex-mulher, Naçoitan Araújo Leite teve a prisão decretada, mas está foragido. A Câmara Municipal da cidade aprovou a abertura de uma CPI para investigar o caso. Vereadores querem o impeachment do prefeito. Veja também nesta edição do Boletim JR 24 Horas: Bebês prematuros internados na Faixa de Gaza são transferidos para o Egito.
This episode of the National Link Trust Podcast features a recording from the 2023 Symposium on Municipal Golf. Bill Potter, Vice President of Communications and Engagement at First Tee - Greater Richmond, moderates a discussion on Fundraising and Marketing. Joining Bill are Marty Elgison, Co-founder and President of the Bobby Jones Golf Course Foundation (GA), Tim Andersen, Founder of Barrier Free Golf, and David Wagner, Board Member of the Highland Park Golf Foundation (OH). These panelists have relevant experience in planning and executing municipal golf renovation projects across the country, making for an interesting and valuable discussion. To support National Links Trust, join our Capital Club program or grab some NLT gear at ShopNLT.com.
This episode of the National Link Trust Podcast features a recording from the 2023 Symposium on Municipal Golf. Rachel Carter, Senior Membership Director at the National Golf Course Owners Association, moderates a discussion on Municipal Golf Governance and Management. She is joined by Steve Leary, former mayor of Winter Park, FL who was instrumental in the renovation of Winter Park 9, Michael Raby, Director of Golf for the Recreation and Park Commission for the Parish of East Baton Rouge, and Daryl Crawford, General Manager of Papago Golf Course. The group discusses a number of issues related to navigating stakeholder relationships within municipal golf management structures, best practices in management and governance, and more. To support National Links Trust, join our Capital Club program or grab some NLT gear at ShopNLT.com.
This episode of the National Link Trust Podcast features a recording from the 2023 Symposium on Municipal Golf. Garrett Morrison of Fried Egg Golf is joined by Jay Blasi (Chambers Bay), Mike Young (Warmouth Sands), and Troy Miller (Charleston Municipal Golf Course). All three of these architects have vast experience in the architecture business, but their experience in municipal and public golf make them particularly well-fit for this conversation. To support National Links Trust, join our Capital Club program or grab some NLT gear at ShopNLT.com.
Mississippi's governor wants to cut taxes next year, but a group of lawmakers want budget proposals to reflect a possible economic downturn.Then, the Human Rights Campaign is scoring cities based on their LGBTQ+ policies. One city in Mississippi scored above the national average, and two scored zero points.Plus, a turkey has been pardoned in Mississippi as part of an annual campaign to help people facing food insecurity this holiday season. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Moncton is getting more than $15 million dollars from the federal government to build nearly 500 housing units. But, the premier has raised concerns about jurisdictional creep, suggesting the federal government shouldn't be going around the province to make these deals happen. We speak with Dan Murphy with the Union of Municipalities in New Brunswick
Paige and Kramer discuss Jimbo Fisher's firing, CFB playoff ranking reactions, Jim Harbaugh calling Michigan "America's Team", Dan Lanning staying at Oregon? + more.Don't forget to use "NOPUNTS20" for 20% off your first order on Municipal.com!
Want to track consumer sentiment but not sure where to start? CTC's Kelly Burns shares her telco's experience with the net promoter score and how the utility lets the voice of the consumer guide its marketing strategy.
Three Oklahoma abortion laws are getting put on hold.Municipal and school bonds pass in elections across the state.We get your answers on tribal tag ticketing by Highway Patrol.You can find the KOSU Daily wherever you get your podcasts, you can also subscribe, rate us and leave a comment.You can keep up to date on all the latest news throughout the day at KOSU.org and make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at KOSU Radio.This is The KOSU Daily, Oklahoma news, every weekday.
On episode 60 of the OMAG All Access podcast, join Kip Prichard and Jerry Summers as they explore the ins and outs of Midwest City's big trash collection program, a community initiative that's more than just about getting rid of unwanted items. We'll take you behind the scenes to understand how the program operates, its impact on the environment, and the convenience it brings to the residents.Learn more at www.omag.org
Paige and Kramer reconnect following their B/R Live show on Max to discuss Iowa AND Arizona being ranked, Bama fans being mad, the latest scandals and more.Don't forget to use "NOPUNTS20" for 20% off your first order on Municipal.com!
Download Gary's 13 Keys to Creating a Multi-Million Dollar Business from https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/ Gary Rabine (https://www.rabine.com/) After graduating high school Gary Rabine discovered his passion for paving driveways. The start of a family pushed his drive to succeed in this industry. He married Cheryl, in 1985 and Rabine Paving grew as more companies were started, and then more were acquired. This growth was the result of building an amazing team with a strong focus on client satisfaction, innovation and a desire to be world class. There are now 11 companies in the Rabine Group. Rabine Paving and Rabine Paving America are known to pave more concrete and asphalt parking lots than any other company in America. 7 companies serve the facilities real estate industry in commercial Paving, Roofing, Doors and Docks and Snow Removal. 2 companies are technology businesses serving the Natural Gas industry, the Real Estate industry and Municipal industry. Connect with Gary Rabine and DDCEO on: Website: https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DitchDiggerCEO TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ditchdiggerceopodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DitchDiggerCEO Twitter: https://twitter.com/DitchDiggerCEO YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ditchdiggerceo
Welcome to Episode 14 of The Kings Table Podcast, a captivating new show hosted by Ashish, Mike, Aaron, and Matt. Join us for an unfiltered, authentic experience as we gather weekly to delve into the raw discussions that drive our lives, businesses, economics, and the world. Meet the hosts: 1. Mike (The Sage) Ayala is an accomplished investor, speaker, and podcast host, who stands at the helm of Investing for Freedom, guiding busy professionals and entrepreneurs toward the path of genuine liberation and optimal living. 2. Ashish (Hostess with the Most-est) Nathu is a founder and CEO, entrepreneur, real estate investor, triathlete, and host of the Rich Equation Podcast. 3. Matt (Hero of Hospitality) Aitchison is a distinguished real estate investor, captivating speaker, and committed philanthropist. 4. Aaron (The Trend Spotter) Amuchastegui is a seasoned real estate virtuoso with a remarkable track record of over 1,000 house transactions, predominantly acquired through astute foreclosure purchases at courthouse auctions. In this episode, we delve into multifaceted discussions, starting with the anticipated future home of The Kings Table Podcast and traversing through economic reflections on real estate, with a particular focus on opportunities and municipal bonds. The conversation unfolds to contemplate the absence of potential bailouts this time around and the intricate implications for the commercial real estate sector. A nuanced exploration of the growing preference for suburban living over city dwelling ensues, alongside strategic considerations like buying at a fraction of replacement cost. We also reflect on the potential impact of lowering the Fed rate on the housing market. Highlights: 00:00 - Ashish kicks off the episode 00:41 - Discussion around the future home of TKTP 12:34 - Economic discussion on real estate and opportunities 13:11 - Municipal bonds stats 22:00 - Why we will not potentially see bail outs this time round 33:17 - Thoughts on bail outs potentially trickling down to the commercial estate industry 44:37 - Growing preference of people on suburban living vs city living Connect with us! We eagerly await your feedback about the show! Kindly share your thoughts via text message at this number: (844) 447-1555. Mike Ayala: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themikeayala/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoa4pNSAYxBM6nSn2jCrPYA Website: https://investingforfreedom.co/ Ashish Nathu: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashishnathu/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1TXia_kxtVVCV29jmoTmeg Website: https://www.therichequation.com/ Matt Aitchison: Instagram: https://instagram.com/officialmattya YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/mattaitchisonmedia Website: https://www.MillionaireMindcast.com Aaron Amuchastegui: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronamuchastegui/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@AaronAmuchastegui/about Website: https://www.aaronamuchastegui.com/
Welcome to Episode 14 of The Kings Table Podcast, a captivating new show hosted by Ashish, Mike, Aaron, and Matt. Join us for an unfiltered, authentic experience as we gather weekly to delve into the raw discussions that drive our lives, businesses, economics, and the world. Meet the hosts: 1. Mike Ayala is an accomplished investor, speaker, and podcast host, who stands at the helm of Investing for Freedom, guiding busy professionals and entrepreneurs toward the path of genuine liberation and optimal living. 2. Ashish Nathu is a founder and CEO, entrepreneur, real estate investor, triathlete, and host of the Rich Equation Podcast. 3. Matt Aitchison is a celebrated boutique hotelier and commercial real estate investor. As the Founder and CEO of Imagos Hospitality Group, he specializes in boutique hotels and commercial assets, alongside hosting a globally-ranked Top 100 Business Podcast. 4. Aaron Amuchastegui is a seasoned real estate virtuoso with a remarkable track record of over 1,000 house transactions, predominantly acquired through astute foreclosure purchases at courthouse auctions. In this episode, we delve into multifaceted discussions, starting with the anticipated future home of The Kings Table Podcast and traversing through economic reflections on real estate, with a particular focus on opportunities and municipal bonds. The conversation unfolds to contemplate the absence of potential bailouts this time around and the intricate implications for the commercial real estate sector. A nuanced exploration of the growing preference for suburban living over city dwelling ensues, alongside strategic considerations like buying at a fraction of replacement cost. We also reflect on the potential impact of lowering the Fed rate on the housing market. Highlights: 00:00 - Ashish kicks off the episode 00:41 - Discussion around the future home of TKTP 12:34 - Economic discussion on real estate and opportunities 13:11 - Municipal bonds stats 22:00 - Why we will not potentially see bail outs this time round 33:17 - Thoughts on bail outs potentially trickling down to the commercial estate industry 44:37 - Growing preference of people on suburban living vs city living 45:48 - Buying at a fraction of replacement cost as a business plan 47:30 - Lower the fed rate as a potential solution to address deteriorating housing activities 54:04 - Trend setting projections with ChatGPT and how it will impact people 01:00:49 - Trump leading Biden in the presidential race, possibly becoming a shadow campaign 01:12:03 - Going back to basics Connect with us! We eagerly await your feedback about the show! Kindly share your thoughts via text message at this number: (844) 447-1555. Connect with Mike Ayala on his Instagram, YouTube, Website, and his Investing For Freedom Podcast. Connect with Ashish Nathu on his Instagram, YouTube, Website, and the Rich Equation Podcast. Connect with Matt Aitchison on his Instagram, YouTube, Website, and Millionaire Mindcast Podcast. Connect with Aaron Amuchastegui on his Instagram, YouTube, Website, and the Real Estate Rockstars Podcast. Episode Sponsored by: HelloFresh: Visit https://hellofresh.com/50mindcast or Use the code 50MINDCAST to get 50% off plus free shipping! Caldera Lab: Visit https://calderalab.com/MINDCAST or use the code MINDCAST to get 20% off!
A couple of weeks ago, Garrett spoke with architect Gil Hanse in front of an audience at the Pearl Street Warehouse in Washington, D.C. Their conversation was part of the National Links Trust Symposium on Municipal Golf, so they focused on Gil's résumé of municipal designs, from Rustic Canyon and Soule Park in the early 2000s, to the recently opened Park in West Palm Beach, to his ongoing projects at Maggie Hathaway in Los Angeles and Rock Creek Park in D.C. Garrett and Gil touch on a variety of larger topics, such as the importance of architectural minimalism to affordable golf course development and the recent changes in both the golf architecture industry and Gil's own workload. Many thanks to the National Links Trust for asking Garrett to be involved in this year's symposium, and for letting us share this conversation with our listeners. Find out more about the NLT's work HERE.
Download Gary's 13 Keys to Creating a Multi-Million Dollar Business from https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/ Gary Rabine (https://www.rabine.com/) After graduating high school Gary Rabine discovered his passion for paving driveways. The start of a family pushed his drive to succeed in this industry. He married Cheryl, in 1985 and Rabine Paving grew as more companies were started, and then more were acquired.This growth was the result of building an amazing team with a strong focus on client satisfaction, innovation and a desire to be world class. There are now 11 companies in the Rabine Group. Rabine Paving and Rabine Paving America are known to pave more concrete and asphalt parking lots than any other company in America.7 companies serve the facilities real estate industry in commercial Paving, Roofing, Doors and Docks and Snow Removal. 2 companies are technology businesses serving the Natural Gas industry, the Real Estate industry and Municipal industry. Connect with Gary Rabine and DDCEO on: Website: https://www.DitchDiggerCEO.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DitchDiggerCEO TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ditchdiggerceopodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DitchDiggerCEO Twitter: https://twitter.com/DitchDiggerCEO YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ditchdiggerceo
O primeiro-ministro de Portugal, António Costa, anunciou sua renúncia nesta terça-feira, 7, após ser alvo de uma investigação que apura irregularidades em projetos de exploração de lítio e hidrogênio verde. A operação, que apura negócios relacionados à transição energética, atingiu em cheio o núcleo do governo português. Mais de 140 agentes, incluindo policiais e membros do Ministério Público, realizaram buscas em diversos endereços dos suspeitos, incluindo a residência oficial do premiê, no Palácio de São Bento, em Lisboa. As investigações estão focadas nos negócios ligados ao lítio e ao hidrogênio verde, elementos-chave para os projetos de transição energética da União Europeia. As primeiras suspeitas de irregularidades surgiram em 2019. No que diz respeito ao lítio, as investigações estão relacionadas à concessão e extração desse minério, fundamental para as baterias dos carros elétricos, no município de Montalegre. Já as suspeitas sobre o hidrogênio verde se concentram na atuação do governo em um grande projeto a ser realizado em Sines. Duas pessoas muito próximas ao primeiro-ministro foram detidas durante a operação: seu chefe de gabinete, Vítor Escária, e o consultor Diogo Lacerda Machado, amigo pessoal de Costa. Além deles, também foram presos Nuno Mascarenhas, presidente da Câmara Municipal de Sines, e dois empresários. O porto de Sines é a principal porta de saída das exportações portuguesas. A Procuradoria-Geral da República justificou as detenções alegando risco de fuga, continuação da atividade criminosa, perturbação do inquérito e perturbação da ordem e tranquilidade públicas. Segundo a PGR, os detidos são suspeitos de prevaricação, corrupção ativa e passiva de titular de cargo político e tráfico de influência. Em relação ao primeiro-ministro, o Ministério Público esclarece que o nome de António Costa foi mencionado por suspeitos durante as investigações, que afirmaram sua intervenção para desbloquear procedimentos no contexto das apurações. Outros membros do governo também estão sendo investigados. O ministro das Infraestruturas, João Galamba, teve sua casa revistada e foi formalmente declarado investigado no caso. O ministro do Meio Ambiente, Duarte Cordeiro, e o ex-titular da pasta João Matos Fernandes também estão sob investigação. Após o anúncio das operações de busca, Costa cancelou uma viagem ao Porto e todos os compromissos que tinha no dia de hoje. O primeiro-ministro seguiu imediatamente para o Palácio de Belém, onde se reuniu com o presidente da República, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa. De acordo com a legislação portuguesa, o presidente tem o poder de demitir o governo e dissolver o Parlamento em casos considerados graves. O Antagonista está no top 3 do prêmio IBest na categoria Canal de Política. Contamos com o seu voto e sua ajuda na divulgação. https://app.premioibest.com/votacao/canal-de-politica Acompanhe O Antagonista no canal do WhatsApp. Boletins diários, conteúdos exclusivos em vídeo... e muito mais. Link do canal: https://whatsapp.com/channel/0029Va2SurQHLHQbI5yJN344 Assine o combo O Antagonista + Crusoé: https://assine.oantagonista.com/ Siga O Antagonista nas redes sociais e cadastre-se para receber nossa newsletter: https://bit.ly/newsletter-oa Leia mais em www.oantagonista.com.br | www.crusoe.com.br
Kay Adams hosted the latest episode of 'Up & Adams' on FanDuel TV and YouTube! On today's episode, Kay reacts to the Los Angeles Chargers cruising to a victory over the New York Jets, the news that New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones suffered a torn ACL, and highlights her top performers from Week 9 around the league. Then, Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett shares who he'd take between Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, what success looks like for him, and his partnership with Mark Wahlberg's active lifestyle brand “Municipal.” Next, San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel updates his health as he works his way back from injury and the keys to the team ending its three-game losing streak in the matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. After that, Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle D.J. Reader discusses his defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo, the improved play by Joe Burrow as he's gotten healthier, and his matchup against the Houston Texans and rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud.
In the lead-up to last year's municipal election, Women Transforming Cities launched the Hot Pink Paper Campaign with eight policy asks based on months of community input from women and gender-diverse residents. A year later, we talk with Clara Prager about how council is doing on fulfilling their campaign commitments to create a more equitable city for all.
From sexual harassment to online bullying and threats of violence, women politicians face far more challenges in public life than their male counterparts. A new research project took a close look at what women, gender minorities and racialized politicians face when they get elected to councils in BC and Alberta. We talk with Nadine Nakagawa, city councillor in New Westminster and one of the lead researchers in the project.
Republican lawmakers in the New Hampshire House are proposing a ban on some gender-affirming care surgeries for minors in the state. People gathered outside the State House Tuesday to protest the legislation. Municipal elections for several New Hampshire communities take place on Tuesday. We discuss the mayoral race in Manchester — the state's largest city — and how candidates at both the state and local level are addressing its troubles and successes in their campaigns. We discuss these stories and more in this edition of the New Hampshire News Recap with NHPR reporters Paul Cuno-Booth and Josh Rogers
From the Ingles Studio this is your news minute on the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast presented by Engineered Solutions of Georgia. Today is Wednesday, November 1st and I'm Keith Ippolito. Over 900 People Have Voted Early in Cherokee County Municipal Elections During the second week of early voting in Cherokee County, over 500 votes were cast, exceeding the previous week's count of 401 votes. In total, 908 in-person votes have been recorded during the first two weeks of early voting. The highest turnout occurred on Friday with 126 votes, while Saturday had the lowest at 20. Most votes were cast at the Canton elections office. Additionally, 51 absentee ballots were counted by the end of the second week. Early voting continues until November 3, with polling locations open from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Municipal elections will take place on November 7 in Canton and Woodstock, featuring multiple candidates for various offices and a bond issue for parks projects in Woodstock. For more news about our community, visit tribuneledgernews.com. For the Tribune Ledger Podcast I'm Keith Ippolito. www.powerselectricga.com www.ingles-markets.com www.henssler.com #NewsPodcast #CurrentEvents #TopHeadlines #BreakingNews #PodcastDiscussion #PodcastNews #InDepthAnalysis #NewsAnalysis #PodcastTrending #WorldNews #LocalNews #GlobalNews #PodcastInsights #NewsBrief #PodcastUpdate #NewsRoundup #WeeklyNews #DailyNews #PodcastInterviews #HotTopics #PodcastOpinions #InvestigativeJournalism #BehindTheHeadlines #PodcastMedia #NewsStories #PodcastReports #JournalismMatters #PodcastPerspectives #NewsCommentary #PodcastListeners #NewsPodcastCommunity #NewsSource #PodcastCuration #WorldAffairs #PodcastUpdates #AudioNews #PodcastJournalism #EmergingStories #NewsFlash #PodcastConversationsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As the Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin, or MEUW, celebrated its 95th birthday on October 18, 2023, the organization brought municipal utility leaders from across the state to the State Capitol to share the benefits of public power in their communities. The celebration culminated with a parade around the Capitol Square, with 81 utility bucket trucks showing their public power pride. This podcast episode features several short interviews conducted on-site during MEUW's day at the Capitol; a quick look at some of the communities represented in the public power bucket truck parade; and, the episode concludes with a sit-down interview with Richard Heinemann, a long-time energy attorney at Boardman Clark representing municipal utilities. **Energy nerds will not want to miss the long-form interview with Richard Heinemann starting at 15:30!** Episode Special Guests • Tim Heinrich, President and CEO, Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin • Jill Weiss, Utilities Director, Stoughton Utilities • George Morrissey, Director of Public Works, Cuba City • Richard Heinemann, Attorney, Boardman & Clark LLP Links from Episode October 2023 Issue of Live Lines Newsletter (MEUW Celebrates 95th Anniversary) https://www.meuw.org//Files/Live%20Lines/2023%20October%20Live%20Lines.pdf Map of Municipal Electric Utilities in Wisconsin https://www.meuw.org/map Electric Wire, Episode 29 - Rooted in Community: Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00s1H5MNYN0&t=592s Key Moments 1:35 – Interview with Tim Heinrich (MEUW) begins 6:19 – Interview with Jill Weiss (Stoughton Utilities) begins 9:00 – Public Power on Parade at the Capitol (about 3 mins 30 seconds) 12:48 -- Interview with George Morrissey (Cuba City) begins 15:30 – Interview with Richard Heinemann (Boardman Clark) begins 19:00 – Founding of municipal utilities/service territories 23:30 – Regulatory issues specific to municipal utilities 30:00 – “Pancaking”(or, stacking) of transmission rates 32:36 – Municipal utility regulation at the local level 36:15 – What is a joint action agency? 41:26 – How are municipal utilities funded? 43:25 – Is it possible to become a public power community today? 48:58 – Richard's “All the Power” answer
Do you have sufficient outlet for drainage water movement? It’s a key question every farmer needs to ask before they start tiling land. On this episode of Talking Tile, Land Improvement Contractors of Ontario consultant Sid Vander Veen shares why it’s important for farmers to ensure they have a place where they can discharge tile... Read More
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Municipal elections take place on November 7 in Boston, and our city council is on the ballot. For the rest of this week, The Common is checking in with the candidates in three city council races -- District 5, District 6 and District 3, where a change in leadership is guaranteed. Today, we head to District 6, where earlier this year incumbent City Councilor Kendra Lara was defeated in a preliminary election. It was one of two historic upsets (District 5 incumbent City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo was also defeated) in a city where incumbents often maintain power. Now, candidates Ben Weber and William King face off to represent District 6, which includes Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury and a small portion of Roslindale. We met the candidates at locations of their choosing and gave them six minutes to answer the same series of questions. The deadline to register to vote in the November 7 election is this Saturday, October 28 at 5:00 pm. You can check your voter registration status or register to vote through the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website: https://www.sec.state.ma.us/VoterRegistrationSearch/MyVoterRegStatus.aspx Greater Boston's daily podcast where news and culture meet.