Kieffer

22 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Granville Middle School has announced its honor and earnings list for the third quarter. honor roll SEVENTH GRADE: Lilly Barton, Spencer Beckett, Brooke Beichler, Kara Bergeron, Abigail Bergstrom, Hannah Bishop, Addison Brannon, Isabella Busack, Quinn Buttermore, Skylar Carman, Bailey Chodak, Teresa Collins, Olivia Cunningham, Rachel Curtis, Kayce Dixon, Leelan Durham Alison Ernsberger, Emma Federer, Kara […]

20 Apr 19

Dagger and flowers done by Kieffer at Bitterroot Tattoo, Moscow, ID. Just finished the leaves today

20 Apr 19
Now! Newington

BRIDGEPORT — Kieffer Bellows scored 13:36 into double overtime, giving the Bridgeport Sound Tigers a 3-2 win over the Hershey Bears in the opener of the Atlantic Division Semifinals Friday night at Webster Bank Arena. A stunning injury to Hershey defenseman Aaron Ness, a former Bridgeport captain, saw Ness taken off on a stretcher in […]

20 Apr 19
NoVa Caps

Photo: Bridgeport Sound Tigers The Hershey Bears fell to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 3-2 (2OT) in Game 1 of their best-of-five first-round series, Friday night at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport. Game 2 is set for Saturday night in Bridgeport. Puck drop is set for 7:00 PM.

19 Apr 19
Daily Democrat
YOLO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AGENDA & SUPPORTING MATERIALS 9 a.m., Tuesday, April 23, 2019 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CHAMBERS 625 COURT STREET, ROOM 206, WOODLAND Pledge of Allegiance. Roll Call. Approval of Agenda 2. Public Comment. CONSENT AGENDA 3. Approve the minutes of the April 9, 2019 Board of Supervisors meeting and the April 16 Strategic Planning Session. 4. Ratify the following: Resolution No. 19-47 recognizing April 21-27, 2019 as Mosquito and West Nile Virus Awareness Week. Resolution No. 19-48 – declaring April 26, 2019 as Día de los Niños: Celebrating Young Americans. Resolution No. 19-49 honoring May 2, 2019 as the BIG Day of Giving. Resolution No. 19-50 commending the Mercy Coalition of West Sacramento for their Dedicated Service. 5. Accept resignations, consider appointments and reappointments. 6. Correspondence. 7. Conferences, meetings and events the Board of Supervisors attended. 8. Approve revised 2019 Board Assignments. (No general fund impact) (Board of Supervisors) 9. Adopt Authorized Position and Salary Resolution to implement changes in the Assessor/Clerk-Recorder/Elections, Financial Services and Health & Human Services Agency. (No general fund impact) (Nunes) 10. Review and approve offering loans for Westucky Water & Sewer Project Homeowner Rehabilitation Loan Program. (General fund impact $56,710) (Nunes) 11. Adopt resolution determining an exchange in property tax revenue between Reclamation District 827 and Reclamation 537 related to annexation of Reclamation Districts 785 and 827 by Reclamation District 537 and the subsequent dissolution of Reclamation Districts 785 and 827. (No general fund impact) (Blacklock/Tengolics) 12. Approve first amendment to Agreement No. 18-18 with SW Allen Construction Inc. to increase the maximum compensation by $135,214 and extend the project completion date to May 10, 2019 for the Esparto Park and Aquatic Center; adopt budget resolution increasing the total project budget by $649,449; and approve use of Development Impact Fee funds for the contract with SW Allen Construction Inc. (General fund impact $536,441) (4/5 vote required) (Blacklock/Cook) 13. Approve first amendment to Agreement No. 14-17 with the University of California Cooperative Extension Multi-County Partnership agreement to extend the term by five years. (General fund impact $300,000) (Nunes) 14. Renew states of local emergencies ratified by the Board of Supervisors on February 26, 2019 and March 5, 2019. (No general fund impact) (Blacklock/Block) 15. Receive, approve and file Requests for Exemption from adopting a Conflict of Interest Code, No Amendment Required Forms, and the Conflict of Interest Codes submitted by various districts as part of the 2018 Biennial Review. (No general fund impact) (Pogledich/Welton) 16. Approve amendment to Agreement Nos. 16-58 thru 16-64 with Conflict Indigent Defense Panel attorneys to extend agreement terms by one year and increase compensation by 2.5%. (General fund impact $25,000) (Pogledich) 17. Approve contract with DFM Associates for new voter registration and election database software in the amount of $90,068. (General fund impact $90,068) (Salinas) 18. Adopt resolution placing North Davis Meadows County Service Area’s water fees dedicated to the Water Connection Project into an impound until resolution of the litigation. (No general fund impact) (Rinde) 19. Approve contract with Lance, Soll, & Lunghard, LLP Certified Public Accountants for independent countywide auditing services for fiscal years 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, and with the option to renew for two additional fiscal years. (General fund impact $120,450) (Rinde) 20. Approve $359,101 project budget for transition of HVAC controls from Novar HVAC controls to Delta HVAC Control System at various County owned and operated locations. (No general fund impact) (Yarris) 21. Approve amendment to the General Services Department 2018-19 authorized equipment list. (No general fund impact) (Yarris) 22. Authorize the Director of General Services to continue negotiations and sign Right-of-Way Highway Contract with California Department of Transportation. (No general fund impact) (Yarris) 23. Approve amendment to Agreement No. 17-150 with the California State Assembly extending the term for rental of office space at 600 A Street, Davis, through July 31, 2020. (No general fund impact) (Yarris) 24. Approve $434,500 budget for roofing improvement projects at the following three locations: 600 A Street in Davis, 120 West Main Street and the Department of Community Services garage roof in Woodland; and authorize the Director of General Services to enter into any contracts required in order to complete said roof improvement projects. (No general fund impact) (Yarris) 25. Approve and authorize the Chair to sign a letter of support for the 2019 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant application through the Board of State and Community Corrections. (No general fund impact) (Reisig) 26. Approve transitional housing property management agreement with Yolo County Housing Authority for $27,000. (No general fund impact) (Fruchtenicht/Hoskins) 27. Adopt resolution authorizing the Sheriff’s Office to apply for 2019-20 Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) grant funds in the amount of $40,059 for Education and Safety and $330,387 for Law Enforcement to patrol along the Putah and Cache Creek recreational areas to conduct outreach and education regarding OHV recreation. (No general fund impact) (Lopez) 28. Approve agreement with Empower Yolo to provide rapid rehousing and eviction prevention services for the Homeless Emergency Aid Program grant in the amount of $67,454 for the period January 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. (No general fund impact) (Larsen) 29. Adopt resolution authorizing the Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency to participate in and receive funds from the California Emergency Solutions and Housing Program to provide a range of eligible activities for people experiencing homelessness. (No general fund impact) (Larsen) 30. Approve fourth amendment to Agreement No. 14-149 with CommuniCare Health Centers, Inc. to increase the contract by $1,500 for 2018-19 for a maximum amount of $219,500, to provide Parenting Classes services for the period July 1, 2014 through September 30, 2018. (No general fund impact) (Larsen) 31. Approve third amendment to Subsidized Employment Agreement No. SE 18-05 with Yolo Wayfarer Center dba Fourth and Hope to extend the term through June 30, 2020 and increase funding in the amount of $16,500 for a new contract maximum of $82,000 to provide training for CalWORKs clients for the period July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2020. (No general fund impact) (Larsen) 32. Adopt budget resolution increasing the 2018-19 budget for the Health and Human Services Agency Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Program by $400,000. (No general fund impact) (4/5 vote required) (Larsen) 33. Approve agreement with Twining, Inc. in the amount of $400,000 for a term of five years to provide on-call construction materials testing, road structure evaluation, and geotechnical engineering services for various projects for the Public Works Division. (No general fund impact) (Echiburú/Flynn) 34. Adopt Plans and Specifications for Construction of the South River Road and Old River Road Guardrail Replacement Project. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Aleaf) 35. Approve Change Order #1 to contract with Erosion Control Applications, Inc. for the construction of In-Vessel Digester – Floating Cover allowing necessary changes to liner fabrication and deployment and $48,224.50 increase for a new contract maximum of $522,375.75. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Yazdani) 36. Approve agreement with R.E.Y. Engineers Inc. for an amount not to exceed $200,000, to provide survey services for the Yolo County Central Landfill. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Kieffer) 37. Adopt three resolutions and approve agreement modifying the closure and post closure financial assurances for the landfill. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Kieffer) INTRODUCTIONS & HONORARY RESOLUTIONS 38. Introductions. 39. Present Honorary Resolutions. Declaring April 26, 2019 as Día de los Niños: Celebrating Young Americans. (Supervisor Provenza). Commending the Mercy Coalition of West Sacramento for their Dedicated Service. (Supervisor Villegas). Honoring May 2, 2019 as the BIG Day of Giving. (Supervisor Saylor). Recognizing April 21-27, 2019 as Mosquito and West Nile Virus Awareness Week. (Supervisor Saylor) TIME SET AGENDA 9:00 a.m. Community Services 40. Continuation of a public hearing on a request for a Lot Line Adjustment and Rezone between two agricultural zoned parcels, located approximately five miles north of the unincorporated community of Clarksburg (APNs: 044-060-034 and 044-060-041). A Categorical Exemption has been prepared for the project. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Tschudin) REGULAR AGENDA (NOTE: Items below may be heard at any time during the meeting) 41. Action items and reports from members of the Board of Supervisors, including announcements, questions to be referred to staff and reports on various 2x2s and meetings with other agencies. (Board of Supervisors). Budget Ad Hoc Subcommittee update. (Supervisors Saylor and Sandy). Cannabis Ad Hoc Subcommittee update. (Supervisors Villegas & Saylor). County Debt Committee update. (Supervisors Sandy & Chamberlain). Committee on Capital Investments update. (Supervisors Saylor & Sandy) 42. Long Range Planning Calendar – recurring opportunity for Board members to discuss and as needed, direct staff regarding future Board agenda items. (Board of Supervisors) 43. Action items and reports from the County Administrator. (Blacklock) 44. Receive update on the 2019-20 budget development process and provide direction on proposed budget balancing strategies. (No general fund impact) (Blacklock/Haynes) 45. Receive and file independent auditor’s reports on the Single Audit for fiscal year ended June 30, 2018. (No general fund impact) (Rinde) 46. Receive update on the Yolo County Historical Collection and community engagement activities at the Gibson Museum and Cultural Center. (No general fund impact) (Fink/Bodeanu) 47. Adopt budget resolution to appropriate $50,000 from general fund contingency to fund to a one-year contract with an outside immigration attorney. (General fund impact $50,000) (4/5 vote required) (Olson) 48. Provide direction to staff regarding proposed changes to the General Assistance program and associated resolution. (No general fund impact) (Larsen) 49. Authorize the submittal of a proposal to the City and County of Sacramento and the City of Folsom (Jurisdictions) for Organic Material Diversion Services, authorize negotiations with Northern Recycling, Inc., for construction of a regional compost facility and construction, demolition and inert facility at the landfill, and adopt Addendum to the Landfill Permit Revisions Subsequent EIR prepared for the project and authorize staff to file a notice of determination pursuant to CEQA. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Yazdani) 50. Approve agreement with RJ Gordon Construction for the construction of the next landfill module, Waste Management Unit 6F and approve agreement with Conaway Preservation Group for construction water. (No general fund impact) (Echiburu/Kieffer) 51. Approve agreement with RJ Gordon Construction for the closure of Waste Management Units 4 and 5 at the landfill and adopt a budget resolution modifying the Sanitation Enterprise Fund budget for 2018-19. (No general fund impact) (4/5 vote required) (Echiburu/Kieffer) CLOSED SESSION 52. Conference with Legal Counsel – Existing Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) Name of case: Farmland Protection Alliance et al. v. County of Yolo, Yolo County Superior Court Case No. PT-16-1896, Third District Court of Appeal Case No. C087688. 53. Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) Significant exposure to litigation: 1 case(s) 54. Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) Initiation of litigation: 1 case(s) 55. Public Report of action taken in Closed Session. ADJOURNMENT Next meeting scheduled for: May 21, 2019
18 Apr 19
Emilee Wentland

By Emilee Wentland, Editor-in-chief of The Spectator Link. Walking around the UW-Eau Claire campus, locals will find blue recycling bins in every building, typically paired with a neighboring trash bin. Entering Davies Student Center, it’s hard to miss the extra bins labeled “compost” on the first floor.  Despite the plentiful recycling and compost bins, Jenna […]

18 Apr 19
Sonic Circulations

We are pleased to announce the provisional programme for the Sonic Circulations 1900-50 conference, taking place at Senate House, London, on 24 and 25 June 2019 (in association with the Institute of Musical Research, and the Music and Letters Trust). Sonic Circulations Conference Provisional Programme All sessions will take place at Senate House, London, unless […]

17 Apr 19
KJASR

HARDING 4, CENTRAL 3 SINGLES

16 Apr 19
Town End Talk

Well, over the course of just two days, I made the biggest U-turn since former Prime Minister Ted Heath in the 1970s. He went back on the entire Conservative manifesto, whereas I slammed into reverse over a couple of big statements on Preston boss Alex Neil. And for context, here are just a couple of […]

16 Apr 19
Hometown Daily News

by: Scott McCaulley The Missouri State Highway Patrol worked a pair of accidents during the Noon Hour Monday in Stone County. The first happened at 12:05 on Highway 265 just west of Branson near the Stone-Taney County Line when a vehicle driven by Reuben Zapata, 24, of Rogersville began to make a left turn and […]

14 Apr 19
Now! Newington

The Bridgeport Sound Tigers will open the playoffs at home next weekend, clinching second place in the Atlantic Division with Saturday night’s 5-2 win at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Games 1 and 2 of the best-of-five first round against the Hershey Bears will be played at Webster Bank Arena on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as the […]

13 Apr 19
KJASR

COMO PARK 4, BURNSVILLE 3 SINGLES

11 Apr 19
Tarjoe Maximum

YouSeeMe – Connecting crypto communities and traditional consumers. INTRODUCTION Today, the evolutionary trend and the vast acquisition of the latest development structures and tools in our world is fast reaching places. Crypto currencies will be a widely accepted means for exchange as the world proceeds and we are happy that YouSeeMe is just a link […]

11 Apr 19
UptodateonCH

BCHabsFan30 Bridgeport:  April 10, 2019 Breakdown of Tonight’s Game It was not the result Laval Rocket were looking for in their final week of the 2018-19 AHL Regular season as they fall 2-1 to Sound Tigers tonight at Webster Bank Arena. Goalscorers: LAV: Kile (Alain) BRI: Bellows (Sompel, Lorito) | Gionta (Jones, Bourque) | Goaltenders: LAV: McNiven (18/20) | […]