25-year-old Charged Following Weekend Vehicle Theft In Celoron

first_imgCELORON – A 25-year-old was charged in connection with a vehicle theft over the weekend in the Village of Celoron.Town of Ellicott Police report Robbie Steams allegedly took a vehicle without the owner’s permission on Saturday.The vehicle, police say, was later located in Jamestown.Steams is charged with fourth-degree grand larceny in the case. Police say he was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to face the charge in Town of Ellicott Court at a later date. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Vermont awards $531,119 in Recreation Trail Program grants

first_imgThe Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation has announced that 19 trail projects across the state will be receiving $531,119 from Vermont’s Recreation Trails Program (RTP).Vermont’s RTP is a matching grant program of the Federal Highway Administration for the acquisition, development, rehabilitation and maintenance of trails, trailhead facilities, trailside amenities, and trail-related educational projects for non-motorized, motorized, and multiple compatible recreational use.“RTP funds provide enjoyable opportunities with trails close to home, close to schools, in our parks, in our forests, and on our mountains,” says Sherry Winnie, Vermont’s RTP Administrator, “Vermont’s trails and trail systems connect people to places, promote healthy active living, and conserve the natural landscape of Vermont we love.”RTP funds have been authorized through the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy of Users (SAFETEA-LU), and are appropriated to States through the state transportation departments and natural resource agencies in cooperation with citizen advisory committees and a network of organizations and communities.The 19 communities and non-profit organizations being funded for project work include:Project Sponsor / Trail Work                            RTP AwardVermont Association of Snow Travelers                     $291,932Winter trail maintenance/winter grooming;Vermont ATV Sportsmens Association                      $5,570                     ATV educational safety courses;Cross Vermont Trail Association                      $19,672Wells River Cross Vermont trail bridge;Town of Stowe                                           $20,000Adams Camp trail construction accommodating mountain bikingKingdom Trails Association                             $10,000Nordic ski system rehabilitation accommodating nordic, cross-country classic, & skate skiingMoosalamoo Association                             $17,292Trail reconstruction on Horseshoe trail, Sucker Brook trail, Moosalamoo ski trail, & connector trail from Voter Brook Overlook to Moosalamoo Campground.Local Motion                                           $19,599Expansion of Trail Finder in Franklin & Lamoille CountiesCity of Rutland                                          $7,755Pine Hill Trail maintenance/upgrades & trail toolsNorthwoods Stewardship Center                     $7885Echo Lake shore trail construction, trailhead parking area & connector trail.Cross Vermont Trail Association                      $20,0001/mile section of new non-motorized multi-use universally accessbile trail along Winooski RiverNorthern Forest Canoe Trail                             $13,388Richford comprehensive river access trail, kiosk & trailside amenities for water-based trail usersNature Conservancy                                    $20,000Black Mountain Trail restorationTown of Williston                                    $19,725Hill Trail ConstructionTown of Sharon                                    $17,000Improve trail access with new 1-mile trail section for the Sharon-Royalton Community Trail.Mad River Path Association                             $18,671Clay Brook FootbridgeVermont Trails & Greenways Council                     $5,000Development of trail-related educational materials for trail users, trail groups & the public.Catamount Trail Association                             $3,570Development & installation of trailhead signs for 20 of 31 sections of the Catamount Trail.Vermont River Conservancy                            $5,000Upgrades to Guidhall portage & access trail with signage at parking lot.Millstone Trails Association                             $9,060Construction & installation of interpretive signageSource: VT FPR. 6.3.2010-30-last_img read more

Algae Blooms Spreading to New Long Island Waters

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Harmful algae blooms that can disrupt aquatic ecosystems and are potentially toxic to humans and pets have started appearing in new waterways on the East End of Long Island this year.Researchers from the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) at Stony Brook University have found red tide, a type of toxic algae bloom, in Moneybogue Bay in Westhampton for the first time in May. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) also confirmed last month that blue-green algae have infested Lake Agawam, Mill Pond and Wickapogue Pond in Southampton, as well as Big Reed Pond in Montauk and Marratooka Lake in Mattituck for the first time.“The algae blooms are not only unsightly but also harmful,” said Robert DeLuca, the president of Group for the East End. “Their presence is more troubling than ever, they’re lasting longer than ever, and they’re more diverse than ever.”Experts blame such algae blooms on storm water runoff and excess nutrients from septic systems flowing into the water. Last month, a team from IBM’s Smarter Cities Challenge consulted Suffolk County officials on upgrading the county’s septic systems to combat the problem.Blue-green algae first appeared on Long Island in 2003, followed by red tide in 2006. Another type of algae bloom known as brown tide first emerged in 1985, devastating the scallop and oyster industry over the past three decades.“These algae range from toxic to wildlife and toxic to humans to just plain nuisance and everything in-between,” said Carl LoBue, the senior marine scientist for the Nature Conservancy on Long Island.Alexandrium, one of the species of red tide algae, can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning, which can be fatal to humans. Microcystis, a type of blue-green algae, is also toxic to humans.“The red tide and blue green algae synthesize neuro-toxins and liver-toxins, respectively,” Christopher Gobler, the professor from SoMAS who led the research, said in an email. “These can sicken humans and animals. Humans are made sick if they drink freshwater with blue green algae or consume shellfish with red tide. Dogs can be made sick by drinking water with blue green algae.”Algae blooms also cloud water and block sunlight to eelgrass, killing not only the eelgrass, but the fish and shellfish that use the eelgrass for spawning and nursery grounds.Red tide also has been reported in Northport Harbor and Forges River in Mastic this year. Brown tide has affected Great South Bay, Moriches Bay, Shinnecock Bay, and Quantuck Bay over the past several years.“It is slightly different for each species, but the common link among them is excessive loading of nitrogen from land to water body due to waste water (septic tanks) or fertilizers,” Gobler said. “In both cases, the nitrogen from these sources enter the groundwater which flows to surface waters.”DEC’s Marine Biotoxin Monitoring Program searches for the presence of Alexandrium in Long Island’s shellfisheries, and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services tests water from the county’s swimming beaches. Health officials urged the public not to swim or wade in the effected waters.The emergence of the algae blooms, which usually appear from spring to fall, was delayed this year across LI. One of the factors that led to the delay was this year’s cold winter, according to Gobler and LoBue.Great South Bay has also had less severe brown tides since Sandy created a new inlet in Fire Island. The new inlet has helped flush the usually stagnant bay water with ocean water, reducing the amount of pollution in the bay.“It’s an eye opener,” LoBue said. “People are saying, ‘Oh my gosh, we can recover from this.’ Some of them probably forgot that water’s not supposed to be brown.”last_img read more

Brac Airport has widened the runway with over a hundred passengers

first_imgThe youngest Croatian airport, the one on the island of Brač, has big plans to bring as many passengers as possible who have chosen this largest Dalmatian island for their vacation. But the people of Brač are afraid that they could get the final international permit for the extended part of the runway due to the administrative procedure only at the beginning of August !!?The runway of Brac Airport was recently expanded from 1 to 440 meters, which was financed with 1 million kuna by Jako Andabak, owner of the hotel house “BlueSun” because he realized that investing in the modernization of the airport benefits his hotel house. . The expansion enabled the landing of larger aircraft with over a hundred passengers, and not as before, only those up to a hundred passengers.In the second half of May, an Embraer 190 aircraft with five crew members landed at Brač Airport with a newly expanded runway, bringing 112 passengers from Brussels. This, they say on Brač, is just the beginning of connecting their island and the Belgian destination with TUI’s fleet. “This is a historic event for our airport and island tourism, because we can finally receive larger planes, such as Airbus 318 and 319, which, in addition to transporting tourists directly to Brac, significantly relieves the burden on Split Airport. By the end of the week, we are waiting for the official use permit for the extension of the runway that we have made, and we hope for a quick reaction from the Civil Aviation Agency in order to speed up the process of obtaining an international announcement.”, Says Tonči Peović, director of Brač airport, adding that it is customary to wait 72 days for notification of all participants in international air traffic about changes and business, from new technologies, services, and that would mean Brač to have an official international notice.Peović expects the understanding of the Agency because they already have agreed air traffic with TUI to Brussels by September, and from June 13 flights will start from Deauville, France, which will bring 30.000 new passengers to Brač, which is twice as much as last year. was a record tourist season.”Negotiations are underway with other airlines, Norwegians who will fly to Brac from London, and German and Scandinavian airlines. Now that we have better conditions and the possibility of landing aircraft with up to 150 passengers, many are interested”, Explains Tonči Peović.After the extension of the runway, the bomber C541 and C100 will be able to land at the highest Croatian airport, “Croatian Kathmandu”, as Brač is called due to the altitude of 300 meters, so the mentioned Airbuses 318 and 319, along with Fokker 70 and 100, and Embrier 170 and 190.Even if both the state and international administration had an understanding for the plans and wishes of the people of Brač…last_img read more

India charges Muslim leader with culpable homicide for coronavirus surge

first_imgTopics : “Delhi police had filed a first information report earlier against the Tablighi chief, now section 304 has been added,” the officer said, referring to culpable homicide in the penal code, which carries a maximum punishment of a 10-year prison term.A spokesman for the Tablighi Jamaat group, Mujeeb-ur Rehman, declined to comment saying they had not confirmed reports about the new charges.The Tablighi is one of the world’s biggest Sunni Muslim proselytizing organizations with followers in more than 80 countries, promoting a pure form of Islam.Authorities said at the beginning of the month that a third of the nearly 3,000 coronavirus cases at that time were either people who attended the Tablighi gathering or those who were later exposed to them. India has brought charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder against the chief of a Muslim seminary for holding a gathering last month that authorities say led to a big jump in coronavirus infections, police said on Thursday.The headquarters of the Tablighi Jamaat group in a cramped corner of Delhi were sealed and thousands of followers, including some from Indonesia, Malaysia and Bangladesh, were taken into quarantine after it emerged they had attended meetings there in mid-March.Police initially filed a case against Muhammad Saad Kandhalvi, the chief of the center, for violating a ban on big gatherings but had now invoked the law against culpable homicide, a police spokesman said.center_img India’s tally of coronavirus infections has since jumped to 12,380, including 414 deaths, as of Thursday.In the coronavirus hot spot of Delhi, 1,080 of its 1,561 cases were linked to the group’s gathering, according to the city government data on Wednesday.The Tablighi administrators earlier said many of the followers who had visited its offices in a narrow, winding lane in Delhi’s historic Nizamuddin quarter were stranded after the government declared a three-week lockdown, and the center had to offer them shelter.Critics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government have cautioned against fanning communal tension by laying the blame for the spread of the coronavirus on the Muslim group.Officials have rejected suggestions they were unfairly targeting the Muslim community, but said they had to rebuke the group because it had behaved irresponsibly by ignoring social-distancing rules.The Tablighi was also linked to a surge of cases in neighboring Pakistan where it cancelled a similar gathering, but only at the last minute when thousands had already arrived at a premises in the city of Lahore.A gathering organized by the group in Malaysia also led to a surge of cases there and in several other Southeast Asian countries.Pakistan has recorded 6,505 cases according to its latest data, a jump of 520 over the previous day. About 60 percent of Pakistan’s cases load was linked to the Tablighi or were people who had gone on religious pilgrimages to Saudi Arabia and Iran, officials said.Here are official government figures on the spread of the coronavirus in South Asia:* India has 12,380 confirmed cases, including 414 deaths* Pakistan has 5,988 cases, including 107 deaths* Bangladesh has 803 cases, including 39 deaths* Afghanistan has 784 cases, including 29 deaths* Sri Lanka has 238 cases, including 7 deaths* Maldives has 21 cases and no deaths* Nepal has 16 cases and no deaths* Bhutan has five cases and no deathslast_img read more

Body of slain Intan Jaya pastor to be autopsied, says fact-finding team

first_imgThe members of a government-sanctioned joint fact-finding team (TGPF) for the Intan Jaya shooting case have convinced the wife and family members of slain Papuan pastor Yeremia Zanambani to allow the body to be autopsied as part of an ongoing investigation.Benny Mamoto of the National Police Commission (Kompolnas), who leads the field investigation unit, said the autopsy agreement was made during an initial investigation to gather information from Yeremia’s family.“Family consent for the autopsy was given by Yeremia’s family members, so it is only a matter of following up by the investigators,” Benny told The Jakarta Post on Monday. Four members of Yeremia’s family signed a police interrogation report (BAP) affirming their statements as witnesses after previously refusing to sign one, Benny said.He said the statements of the family members were necessary for the initial investigation because they were the last people who were with the victim before he was killed.“The witnesses were the ones who were at the scene of the crime, so the reports are about what they saw, what they experienced, what they heard from the victim and other things related to the victim,” Benny said.Read also: Papuans doubtful over govt team to probe shootings At first, the family members declined to sign the BAP, he said. He believed the reluctance was because of the language barrier, limited knowledge of the law and input from other parties.“We invited religious and community leaders to convince them and explain the legal process and the importance of witness testimony. Their interpreter also signed one, so they felt more comfortable and confident,” Benny added.The joint team has examined the scene of the shooting, the cemetery and the church and has questioned the victim’s family and a number of other witnesses.Benny said the team would continue investigating the shooting despite experiencing an attack reportedly launched by the West Papua National Liberation Army (TPNPB) on Friday.“We will analyze and evaluate all the information, and we will report it to the Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister [Mahfud MD] as the person in charge,” added Benny.He acknowledged that the difficult terrain and limited transportation and communication access were obstacles for the team.In addition to Yeremia’s death, which occurred on Sept. 19, the team will investigate other deaths that took place around the same time in September, including the shooting of a civilian named Badawi and of two TNI soldiers, Chief. Sgt. Sahlan and First Pvt. Dwi Akbar.The team has been given two weeks, starting from the formation of the group on Oct. 1, to report the results of the investigation to the government.Topics :last_img read more

Arsenal need to sell Mesut Ozil, says club hero Andrey Arshavin

first_imgAdvertisement Arshavin is a fan of Arteta (Picture: Getty)‘Offensively-wise they are very good and in attack they play very pretty football. It’s good to watch. But defensively – even in my period – Arsenal is weak. ‘Sometimes that is down to injuries and sometimes they don’t have enough experience but I don’t know why this doesn’t change. ‘Regarding Arteta, it was a good choice because he has spent time at Arsenal and knows the club well. He worked next to Arsene (Wenger) and can take good experience from him. More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘He also has the respect of the club and players. And since he has taken over at Arsenal they have changed: not too much but in a good way. ‘But it is difficult to predict if Arsenal can finish in the Champions League zone, especially in the time we’re in now.’Read the full 888sport interview with Andrei Arshavin hereMORE: Arsenal legend Ian Wright offers transfer advice to Harry Kane amid Man Utd speculationMORE: Rio Ferdinand tells Mikel Arteta to build Arsenal team around three playersFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Coral BarryTuesday 31 Mar 2020 1:20 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.3kShares Ozil is under contract until 2021 at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Arsenal hero Andrey Arshavin has urged Mikel Arteta to offload Mesut Ozil.The German has impressed since Arteta took charge and has repeatedly insisted he has no plans to leave Arsenal in the near future.Arshavin, who spent four years at the Emirates, thinks Ozil is the wrong fit for the Gunners and criticised a ‘weak squad’.‘As a player of course I respect him. Mesut is a world class player,’ Arshavin said speaking exclusively to 888Sport.ADVERTISEMENTRead the latest updates: Coronavirus news live‘But for me personally he slows down the game. I would prefer to use another player. Mikel, as we can see, is the opposite and plays him a lot. AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He has improved his game at Arsenal but still in the future I do not see him there.’‘For me Arsenal’s squad is not balanced,’ he continued. Comment Arsenal need to sell Mesut Ozil, says club hero Andrey Arshavinlast_img read more

Step inside Brisbane’s ‘Bat cave’

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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenInside Brisbane’s best man cave00:40***A SECRET entrance, a hidden gym that could rival a fitness franchise, and a sparkling resort-style pool. Even the garage has been given the luxe touch, and is adorned with basalt lava stone.Take a look inside the home of one of Brisbane’s leading agents — a man who sold close to $100 million worth of other peoples property last year. “We poured a lot of consideration and effort into every inch of what has been a wonderful home for our family,” Ray White New Farm principal Matt Lancashire said. CoreLogic property data shows that Mr Lancashire and his wife Caitlyn bought 50 Crase St at Teneriffe for $895,000 in 2012. And the back of the house“He’s a local and understands the code of the area and we were able to get exactly what we wanted using the original cottage as the platform to create something architectural off the back which flows really well and pays respect to the original foundations.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoEverything from the VJ walls to the ceilings were replaced, with the home known as ‘c50house’ undergoing an almost complete rebuild.Today, it comes with an extensive list of luxury features but perhaps the most impressive of them all is the concealed gym, which is hidden behind a secret stone rock wall with pin code access. Sometimes called the ‘bat cave’, the door leads to a tunnel and then in to a large open-plan space. 42 Beeston Street — July 7, 2018 — $3.7 million 2 Waverley Street — April 29, 2018 — $2.52 million Before the renovation Source: CoreLogic“Craig (of Channon Architects) is a very clever guy who has worked on some of Brisbane’s most high-end residences,” Mr Lancashire said. 20 Midvale Lane — June 17, 2018 — $1.9 million The front of the house now The kitchen nowMr Lancashire said the home’s location was also a massive lure, as it is within walking distance of the city, the river, parks, restaurants and cafes.Teneriffe is sandwiched between Newstead and New Farm, making a kind of golden triangle of exclusive suburbs. The median house sales price in Teneriffe is currently $1.825 million, but many prestige houses have sold for double that figure, or more. Mr Lancashire said they were selling because “I really want a tennis court”, and hoped the house would go to another family.They have engaged Ray White New Farm’s Nicholas Given and Scott Darwon to manage the sale of their home, which is scheduled to go to auction at Ray White’s ‘Under the Stars’ event on November 13, if not sold prior.“Superb architecture has created a home perfectly suited to Queensland living but with a vibe reminiscent of life in the island parts of Greece or Italy,” Mr Darwon said.“The attention to detail is something to behold and not one finish is of a standard less than perfect. Given the location, finish, feeling and atmosphere the house omits, this is going to be a home that will truly be enjoyed by its residents for many, many years to come.”*** The kitchen before the renovationA much-loved area of the three level, four-bedroom home is the open-plan living, kitchen, dining, lounge, entertaining, outdoor barbecue and pool zone.“Craig’s work is special and he’s clever about working with indoor-outdoor spaces, including our big outdoor area which has 5m ceilings wrapped in battened timber,” Mr Lancashire said.“It’s a space we use all year round. He’s also got an extremely good eye for detail so there are so many minute details throughout the property which you wouldn’t know existed unless you went through.” TOP SALES — TENERIFFE (houses) 32 Teneriffe Drive — June 4, 2018 — Sale Price $4.405 million Inside the ‘bat cave’“A lot of people have that WTF? look when they see it,” he said. “They are mesmerised by it.”Other features include a custom Vanguard louvre system, a heated mosaic tiled swimming pool, custom French oak floors, a bespoke solid French oak floating staircase and a vast outdoor entertaining room.There is also four bedrooms including one with a deluxe master retreat, three luxury bathrooms, a fireplace, wine cellar, and smart home technology throughout. 282 Kent Street — June 16, 2018 — $2.125 million Matt Lancashire and his wife Caitlyn and kids Monty 3yrs and Lulu 1yrs. Pic Annette DewBuilt in the 1930s, the property had been used as a share house and needed a lot of work.Working alongside Channon Architects and Black Developments, the Lancashire’s embarked on a 16 month long renovation journey. last_img read more

Rolls-Royce pays $25 million to Petrobras in bribery settlement

first_imgBrazilian oil giant Petrobras has received R$81 million as part of Rolls-Royce’s settlement with the Brazilian authorities related to the Lava Jato bribery scandal.Petrobras said on Monday that it received the R$81 million ($24.7M) settlement from the British company last Friday, October 27.According to multiple sources, Rolls-Royce entered into settlements with authorities in the UK, the USA, and Brazil over bribery allegations back in January. At the time, the total settlement with all parties stood at a figure of around £671 million ($813 million).Breaking it down, around $170 million went to the U.S. Department of Justice, $25 million to Brazil’s Ministério Público Federal (MPF), and over $600 million to Britain’s Serious Fraud Office.Petrobras added on Monday that the UK engineering giant entered into a settlement agreement with the MPF under Operation Lava Jato (Operation Car Wash) to receive leniency.The agreement with Rolls-Royce includes the return of the company’s net profit on six contracts for the supply of goods and services to Petrobras. It also includes the full amount paid as commission to subcontractors and the payment of a fine in accordance with the law.The Brazilian company received another R$5.8 million from two other settlements. Namely, R$1.7 million was returned by former director Nestor Cerveró and R$4.1 million by the former president of Transpetro, Sérgio Machado.Since the beginning of Operation Lava Jato, total reimbursement exceeds R$800 million ($244.6M).Petrobras also said that it would continue to take legal action against companies and individuals, including former employees and politicians, who caused the company financial damage and tainted the company’s image.Offshore Energy Today Stafflast_img read more

Shopping on Easter Sunday: 71 per cent of Hamilton submitters say no

first_imgStuff co.nz 25 June 2017The prospect of retail tills ringing on Easter Sunday has Hamiltonians arguing the relative merits of convenience, commercialism, and Christianity.Hamilton City Council’s suggestion was for retailers to choose whether to open while employees would be able to turn down the work.But of 225 submitters, 71 per cent said no to the idea. Many mentioned the holiness of the day, worker rights and family time.“I’m not convinced that one day of potential financial benefit will be as important as families and communities taking a break,” submitter Monique Rowe told councillors at a hearing on Thursday.Kiwis currently have three-and-a-half days out of 365 that are free of shopping, submitter Stuart Bayes said.He had been a retailer and employer for 45 years and was worried about what would happen to staffers who used their right to refuse Easter Sunday work.“If you say, no, it doesn’t suit me … maybe that works against you.”READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/93974055/shopping-on-easter-sunday-71-per-cent-of-hamilton-submitters-say-nolast_img read more