Garvis Snook’s path to power

first_imgStay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters Subscribe now for unlimited access Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our communitylast_img read more

Broward County closures for Memorial Day

first_imgCounty government offices will be closed on Monday, May 28th, in observance of the Memorial Day national holiday. Many online services, such as ePay, are still available at Broward.org. Additional exceptions include: – All Broward County Library branches, including NSU-Alvin Sherman Library, will be closed. Customers can visit the website or download the Library’s free mobile app, BCL WOW, to search the online catalog, place holds, and renew selected materials. – All Broward County regional and neighborhood parks, nature centers and natural areas will be open with the exception of Deerfield Island Park and the Target Range at Markham Park, which will be closed per normal operating schedule. The regional parks’ regular weekend and holiday gate entrance fee of $1.50/person (children 5 and under free) will be in effect. – Broward County Transit will operate a Sunday service schedule. Customer service representatives will be available to provide trip-planning assistance for fixed and paratransit routes from 8:30AM to 4:45PM at 954-357-8400 (TTY 954-357-8302). The Broward Main Terminal in downtown Fort Lauderdale and the Northeast Transit Center in Pompano Beach will have customer service staff available from 9AM to 4PM. Visit our website for more information.– Broward County’s Animal Care and Adoption Center will be closed. For emergencies only involving animal attacks or bites, injured animals, and situations requesting police assistance, call 911. For non-emergencies, residents can call Animal Care beginning Tuesday, at 8:30AM at 954-359-1313. For lost and found cats or dogs, call 954-359-1313, ext. 9273. Visit our website to search pet license information and adoption online.– The Aviation Department administrative offices at Broward County’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will be closed. Calls will be answered 24 hours a day for general airport related questions at 954-359-6100. All terminals and airport facilities will operate normally. For additional Airport information, visitFLL.net or follow us on Twitter or Facebook.The North Perry Airport administrative office will be closed. Calls will be answered 24 hours a day for general airport related questions at 954-336-2973. The Airport will operate normally. For additional information on North Perry Airport, visitNorthPerryairport.net. – Broward County’s Port Everglades administrative offices will be closed; however, the building will remain open during normal business hours for tenants. Port Operations’ marine services will be provided at standard levels without interruption on a 24/7 basis. – The Office of the Medical Examiner and Trauma Services’ administrative offices will be closed, but all family and professional services are available 24/7. Call 954-357-5200 for information and assistance, or visit Broward.org/MedicalExaminer. – The Broward Addiction Recovery Center will be open for triage/detoxification services. Call 954-357-4880 for additional information and assistance. Residential services will continue with no visitors or admissions. Administration, Admissions and Outpatient offices will be closed. – The Nancy J. Cotterman Center will operate and accept referrals for the Crisis Intake Unit and the Child Protection Team on a 24-hour emergency basis. Call 954-357-5778 for emergency intakes. For all other non-intake emergencies, call the 24-hour Helpline at 954-761-7273 (954-761-RAPE) or TTY 954-765-4195. The administrative offices will be closed for the day.– Garbage, bulk and recycling for Broward’s Municipal Services Districts (formerly Unincorporated Broward) will be collected as regularly scheduled. Residents of all other cities should contact their city or hauler directly.– The Broward County Landfill, located at 7101 S.W. 205 Ave., will be closed.last_img read more

St. Martin’s Primary wins 2017 Carnival Princess title

first_img Tweet 1056 Views   no discussions EducationEntertainmentLocalNewsPrimary St. Martin’s Primary wins 2017 Carnival Princess title by: – February 12, 2017 Share Sharing is caring!center_img Share Share Jewelle George of the St. Martin’s Primary is the 2017 Carnival Princess title.The ten year old out shined five other contestants at the Harlem Plaza on Sunday 12 February 2017.George copped the awards for Miss Intelligence and Best in Costume.She also copped the People’s Choice and Most photogenic awards which were not judged.Jeanel Phillip, 10, of the Grand Fond Primary School emerged first runner up.Phillip won the awards for Best in Party Dress and Best in Talent.Farizeena Basir, 10, of the Atkinson Primary placed second runner up.The award for Miss Congeniality was presented to Mya Belle, 9, of Salybia.The other contestants were Odessa Dennis, 9, of the Bagatelle Primary and Simone Moses, 9, of the Morne Jaune Primary School.– / 13– / 148last_img read more

Kenai Picks Up Land Donation Request

first_imgCity Manager Rick Koch is requesting direction on how to address the Performer’s request. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai City Council will again consider a possible land donation to the Kenai Performers. Cassano: “We had written a letter and requested that the City consider donating about two acres to our non-profit organization for the erection of a permanent home.” Councilors were concerned that the significant donation would set a precedent for the future. Instead, they suggested a very low-cost lease, but Cassano insisted the Performers need to be the official owners… Sally Cassano said the group has been looking for a new home, but couldn’t find an existing building that suits their needs. They initially requested 2 acres at the intersection of the Kenai Spur Highway and Evergreen St.center_img Cassano: “Well the ownership of the property would better enable us to use the value of that land when we’re writing for grants.” Mayor Pat Porter insisted land donations can be dealt with on a case by case basis. Tonight’s meeting will begin at 7pm in the Kenai City Council Chambers.last_img read more

City unchanged against Millwall

first_imgNathan Baker continues alongside Bailey Wright at the heart of the defence after coming into the side at Brentford in midweek.New signings Niclas Eliasson and Cauley Woodrow are among the substitutes but Freddie Hinds misses out.Bristol City: Fielding, Pisano, Wright, Baker, Bryan, Brownhill, K.Smith, Pack, Paterson, Reid, Diédhiou. Subs: Lucic, Magnusson, Hegeler, O’Neil, Eliasson, O’Dowda, Woodrow.Millwall: Archer, McLaughlin, Webster, Hutchinson, Meredith, Wallace, Saville, Williams, O’Brien, Gregory, Morison. Subs: King, Craig, Cooper, Tunnicliffe, Ferguson, Onyedinma, Elliott.Referee: Mr D England.last_img read more

Hazard passes 100-goal mark in Chelsea victory

first_imgChelsea led when Hazard, once again playing as a striker, raced onto Mateo Kovacic’s pass after Watford lost possession in midfield and shifted the ball past keeper Ben Foster at speed before sliding in his 100th Chelsea goal.But moments later Pererya crashed in a brilliant first-time volley after Chelsea lost concentration at a corner.But Hazard’s second-half goal put Chelsea back on track, the game’s outstanding player settling the nerves from the spot after racing onto Jorginho’s cute ball over the top and being bundled over by Foster.Kante should have wrapped up the points after a glorious give and go with Hazard, but the Frenchman shot just wide of the far post. Chelsea: Kepa, Azpilicueta, Rudiger, Luiz, Alonso, Jorginho, Kante, Kovacic (Barkley 80), Hazard, Pedro (Hudson-Odoi 43 (Emerson 85), Willian.Subs: Caballero, Fabregas, Giroud, Cahill. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Watford v Chelsea player ratingsSarri: Why Hudson-Odoi had to come offHazard will wait to decide his future Eden Hazard delivered for Chelsea again. [Picture: Steven Paston/PA Wire]Watford 1 Chelsea 2Eden Hazard scored a goal in each half to take his Chelsea tally to 101 and earn a battling win.The Belgian had raced clear to put the Blues ahead with a sumptuous opener in first-half injury time, only for Roberto Pererya’s stunning volley to draw Watford level seconds before the break.But with the home side stepping up the tempo and playing a direct style that had Chelsea increasingly rattled, Hazard won and converted a penalty to restore the lead and victory was closed out with little concern in the closing stages.AdChoices广告Maurizio Sarri’s side, who move two points ahead of Arsenal in fourth, controlled play in the final half an hour and should have added to their lead, with N’Golo Kante and Willian both missing excellent chances.Chelsea had been on top in the first half, with Pedro curling an early effort wide and Willian hitting the post after a swift counter-attack.Embed from Getty Images Hazard then missed a glorious chance, completely mis-kicking from Cesar Azpilicueta’s teasing right-wing cross.Watford looked a threat on the break and Troy Deeney and Abdoulaye Doucoure both had strikes blocked, while Kepa Arrizabalaga made a fine point-blank save.Willian and Pedro were both finding plenty of space but Pedro’s match finished early with what looked like a hamstring injury and he was replaced by teenager Callum Hudson-Odoi.Embed from Getty Imageslast_img read more