CONSIDER HALTING QE2, SAYS FED’S BULLARD

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Investrust Bank Plc 2001 Annual Report

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Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (GUARAN.ng) 2005 Annual Report

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Seat #1 and #2 candidates respond to State of the City…

first_img Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Reply December 14, 2017 at 11:33 pm Mama Mia Reply 13 COMMENTS Mama Mia Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Reply Reply Mama Mia Mama Mia Gene has spoken about crowded schools and does the city contact the county when the new homes are planned…anybody can correct me if I am wrong, but I it is my understanding that yes, they do contact the county, and it has to be ran by them, and worked out as to where the children can go to school like a study of sorts, but Gene is right, the schools are overcrowded! I talked with one of the school board members recently, and asked about how many kids are attending AHS, and I can’t remember the exact number, but I believe it was like 3,500, I want to say….so then I stated that is a lot of students, and then asked, what is the maximum amount of kids that are allowed, or the capacity? Now this is when I about fell out, because she said there is no maximum capacity, that the students keep on coming, and they keep on taking them in! I was shocked, really. She said that is when the authorities start considering building a new school for the area. She was just saying it, how it is. Isn’t it odd, that I know some businesses have maximum capacities, but schools, or I should say AHS, doesn’t, since that was the school I was questioning about? Mama Mia Reply December 14, 2017 at 11:28 pm Reply Reply Fixing the traffic problem is not going to happen with 2 New traffic light’s with one of them at the top of the hill, no way , it will only cause more traffic jams, when 80 ft. tractor trailers get stuck on that hill I don’t want to be any where around and the less than a 1/4 mile away another light, no way, the parking lot that they are spending $ 700,000.00 on was supposed to be a parking garage, what happened to the parking lot on the other side. Of the 436 and 441 for the city center, it has for sale signs on it now. I like Leroy, he tells it like he sees it. I read his statement, and how he referred to the mayor’s state of the city address as a good campaign speech….I can’t believe that I had not thought of the mayor’s state of the city address as a campaign speech, but that is exactly what it was. I guess that was a case of my not seeing the forest for the trees, something so obvious. I notice that Leroy sees an obvious omission in the mayor’s speech, just like I noticed, but Leroy’s is a different one, than the obvious omission that I noticed, that was not spoken about, the amendments to the existing alcohol ordinance he wants approved and the encouragement of alcohol establishments all over downtown and other areas right next to churches, daycares, government buildings, and closer to schools! Mama Mia The VOICE of Apopka Politics: Decision Apopka 2018The Candidates: In their own words Change has been a constant on the Apopka City Council. That’s a by-product of six straight incumbents losing elections to their opponents over the last three election cycles. It’s the purest form of term limits to let the voters decide.Possibly because of the fluidity of the Apopka City Council, there are nine candidates running for Mayor, Seat #1, and Seat #2. Only two of them are incumbents, and only three have been elected to office. Six of these candidates are running in an Apopka election for the very first time.The Apopka Voice reached out to all of these new candidates for their thoughts on Mayor Joe Kilsheimer’s State of the City Address. Five of them responded. Their thoughts and comments are as diverse as the candidates themselves. Some were critical, some supportive, while others had very specific issues.Here are their responses, in their own words:Gene Knight: Seat #1 candidateGene Knight: “I support all commercial owners in their endeavors to fix up their properties to entice new business to come to Apopka. We are looking for sustainable businesses that can employee higher paying jobs for our citizens.”“The address was a lot of news that the city of Apopka already knew.  There was a lot of city staff in attendance, but not many citizens.  I am hoping that the City considers doing events like this during evening hours or on the weekends so more citizens could attend.  There was mention of shopping centers fixing up their storefronts and bringing in business. I support all commercial owners in their endeavors to fix up their properties to entice new business to come to Apopka.  We are looking for sustainable businesses that can employee higher paying jobs for our citizens. One thing I heard at the address was the building of more single-family housing. A question for the City is have we contacted our county to speak about where the children from these homes will be going to school? Apopka schools are already filled to capacity. For Apopka to continue having good schools we need to make sure we have enough resources and space for the children.  Houses are popping up, but schools are not expanding at the same pace. On a good note, the hospital opening today was once just an idea 20 years ago that is nice to see come to almost a full completion of a fire station. This is a great step to support the growth we are having here in Apopka. Together we can make a difference and remember we are one Apopka.Theresa Mott: Seat #1 candidateTheresa Mott: As a 19-year Apopka business owner, it’s promising to see potential opportunities for growth with anchors of that level. Two of my campaign issues are economic development and improving transportation. So, I am looking forward to using my experience in achieving these goals to make Apopka better for everyone!”“I found the Mayor’s State of the City Address informative and promising for Apopka.The focus on infrastructure and capital investment are great moves because it’s imperative to strengthen our platform to maintain/attract residents and businesses. In fact, I represent Apopka on MetroPlan Orlando’s Community Advisory Committee – a metropolitan planning organization which ensures the public has the opportunity to review and evaluate all proposed transportation plans and programs.  And, I often vote in support of multi-million dollar improvements for Apopka road projects by, the Florida Department of Transportation, Central Florida Expressway, etc.  Constituents regularly share their frustration with me about traffic congestion in the 441/436 area, so it’s wonderful that a solution is coming to fruition.Also, the $200 million investment and 300 jobs from Florida Hospital Apopka along with The City Center, which includes Hilton Garden Inn Hotel are excellent additions to the community.  As a 19-year Apopka business owner, it’s promising to see potential opportunities for growth with anchors of that level. Two of my campaign issues are economic development and improving transportation. So, I am looking forward to using my experience in achieving these goals to make Apopka better for everyone!”Leroy Bell: He (Kilsheimer) also spoke about the redevelopment of 5th and 6th Street, but never once did he say anything about 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th or Hawthorne, and never mentioned South Apopka again.Leroy Bell: Seat #2 candidate“I think it was a good campaign speech. The mayor spoke about the hospital and new expansion, and for all the new residents moving to northwest Apopka that heard this campaign speech, they probably thought he was the architect of all these things happening in Apopka. He also spoke about the redevelopment of 5th and 6th Street, but never once did he say anything about 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th or Hawthorne, and never mentioned South Apopka again. I think it was a pretty good campaign speech for the newcomers to Apopka.”Alicia Koutsoulieris: Seat #2 candidateAlicia Koutsoulieris: “The event I am most excited about is the creation of the Apopka City Center.  This development will provide more revenue to our city and create additional job opportunities for our residents.”“Mayor Kilsheimer’s State of the City address on Monday was the perfect combination of the year in review and exciting things to come.  Partnering with organizations such as Florida Hospital and the University of Central Florida is vital to the growth of our community.  The event I am most excited about is the creation of the Apopka City Center.  This development will provide more revenue to our city and create additional job opportunities for our residents.”Suzanne Kidd: Seat #1 candidateSuzanne Kidd: “We can look forward to a new hotel, a splash pad, fitness trail, creation of public gathering spaces, and rebuilding the recreation center at Alonzo Williams Park. Apopka’s truly moving forward.” “By any historical measure, 2017 has been a momentous year for Apopka. Our quality of life has made tremendous strides forward in the areas of health, safety, transportation, and amenities. It has been a year of “NEWs”:  new hospital, new fire stations, new highway interchanges, new restaurants, housing, shopping, and commercial developments, and new recreation spaces. Looking ahead, 2018 promises equally exciting projects, especially downtown. We can look forward to a new hotel, a splash pad, fitness trail, creation of public gathering spaces, and rebuilding the recreation center at Alonzo Williams Park.Apopka’s truly moving forward. This is an amazing time to live in Apopka!” Is Mayor Kilsheimer and his challenger, Mr. Nelson, going to give us a statement here on this website? We definitely would like to view theirs too. Mama Mia The Mayor talked about reconfiguration of the 441 and 436 merge for westbound traffic in his State of the City address. The geniuses in city hall have concluded that extending the left turn lane to turn onto McGee Street at the top of the hill is going to improve the situation. Are you kidding???? They must have consulted the 2nd graders at Apopka Elementary School and got this solution. Their decisions leave so much to be desired!! December 14, 2017 at 11:29 pm Suzanne, you are pointing out all the “NEWs” in your statement above, all the year’s “NEWs”….don’t forget those “NEW” 22 stop signs we got this past year all over town….LOL James1958 Yes, I agree with Gene that I think a different time setting would be better for the citizens to attend and hear the mayor’s state of the city speech. No doubt! December 14, 2017 at 10:40 pm Mama Miacenter_img December 14, 2017 at 10:54 pm December 14, 2017 at 11:09 pm Mama Mia Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Suzanne, You have nothing on me anymore. You were the only lady that I had ever seen gaveled at an Apopka City Council Meeting by the mayor….Mayor Land, that is. That badge of honor…I am understanding it completely!!! December 14, 2017 at 11:05 pm Reply It is interesting to read the challenger candidates viewpoints, who are running against the incumbent, in seat #2, as well as the other candidates, who are running for the seat that will be vacated by Commissioner Dean, which is seat #1. I highly commend all the candidates who offered their statements to the Apopka Voice. December 14, 2017 at 11:13 pm Please enter your comment! December 14, 2017 at 11:01 pm December 14, 2017 at 11:33 pm Reply Alicia, I haven’t met you, or at least, I don’t think I have. I would like to hear more of the things you think about Apopka, and what you would like to see happen here in this city, and your ideas. TAGSState of the City Address Previous articleMayoral fundraising race tightensNext article“Let’s Talk About It” Episode 13: Medical Marijuana Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Theresa, tell them on the advisory board at the MetroPlan committee that you are on, that better new hospital signs are needed there on the 429 road, rather than tiny little blue capital H signs. Maybe they will listen to you! We regular folks, get ignored when we tell the roadway authorities important things….lol The Anatomy of Fear LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate December 15, 2017 at 7:05 pm Mama Mia Please enter your name here Michael Heaton Reply Mama Mia Reply Reply December 14, 2017 at 10:34 pm December 15, 2017 at 11:59 pm Good night everyone. Alexander, are you going to tell us your statement? We would like to see yours too…..last_img read more

Why offering businesses immunity from coronavirus liability is a bad idea

first_img […] READ MORE FROM SOURCE ARTICLE […] Taking reasonable precautions such as wearing gloves can help businesses avoid civil liability. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images May 4, 2020 at 4:04 am TAGSBusinessCOVID-19LawsuitsLiabilityThe Conversation Previous articleApopka emergency food pantry needed – Hope CommUnity CenterNext articleCity of Apopka announces drive up coronavirus antibody test: Starting Monday, May 4 Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Anatomy of Fear Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Why offering businesses immunity from coronavirus liability is a bad idea – The Apopka Voice | IAM Network Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here OpinionBy Timothy D. Lytton, Distinguished University Professor & Professor of Law, Georgia State UniversityGovernors around the country are attempting to restart the economy by easing restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The prospect of returning to “normal” amid a pandemic has businesses lobbying Congress to grant them sweeping immunity from civil liability for failure to adequately protect workers and customers from infection.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has warned of an “avalanche” of lawsuits that will stymie economic recovery efforts if Congress does not act quickly. He said he won’t let another coronavirus bailout pass the Senate unless it also shields companies from coronavirus-related liability.My research on the role of civil lawsuits in reducing foodborne illness outbreaks suggests that fears of excessive litigation are unwarranted. What’s more, the modest liability exposure that does exist is important to ensuring businesses take reasonable coronavirus precautions as they reopen their doors.How not to be carelessAs a general matter, businesses are subject to civil liability for carelessness that causes injury to others. The law defines carelessness as a failure to exercise “reasonable care.”In applying this standard, courts consider several factors:Did the business take available cost-effective precautions to prevent injury?Did the business comply with laws or regulations designed to protect public health and safety?Did the business conform to industry standards for health and safety?Did the business exercise common sense?If the answer to one or more of the questions is no, then a court may conclude that the business was careless and is subject to liability for damages to customers who suffered harm.In the context of the current pandemic, I believe that reasonable care sets a clear standard for business owners. Invest in cost-effective precautions like ensuring employees wear masks and gloves and keeping customers apart. Follow the guidance of health officials and all health and safety regulations. Keep up with what other similar businesses are doing to prevent infection. Use common sense.Law abiding, thoughtful business owners – those who care about the safety of their employees and their patrons – are likely to exercise reasonable care to prevent COVID-19 transmission with or without the threat of a lawsuit.For example, the owner of a nail salon in Georgia recently described her plans for reopening. The salon will accept patrons by appointment only, conduct pre-screening telephone interviews for signs of illness, limit the number of people in the salon at any one time, take temperatures before allowing people to enter, require hand-washing, equip employees and patrons with masks and gloves, and sanitize all work areas between appointments.Conscientious business owners like this have no reason to fear a lawsuit alleging they failed to take reasonable precautions.Predictions of “frivolous” lawsuits appear to be generating unnecessary anxiety among business groups. But they shouldn’t. Personal injury lawyers representing victims work on a contingency fee basis. This means that they only earn fees when they bring cases with a strong enough chance of winning to reach a favorable settlement or a judgment.Lawyers have no incentive to bring sure losers, and they risk being disciplined for professional misconduct if they do so. For these reasons, frivolous lawsuits are rare and highly unlikely in the context of COVID-19 transmission claims against businesses.Exaggerated fearsEven for business owners who fail to take reasonable precautions, the prospect of a lawsuit is still remote.To successfully sue a business for COVID-19 transmission, a patron would have to prove that he or she contracted COVID-19 from the business and not from some other source. However, most people infected with COVID-19 currently have no reliable way of identifying the source of their infection. The gap of three to 11 days between infection and illness, the difficulty of recalling all of one’s contacts during that interval and limited testing for the virus present formidable obstacles to establishing causation.Moreover, a business would not be liable to patrons who knowingly and voluntarily assumed the risk of infection. Patrons of crowded stores or businesses where many customers and employees are not wearing masks, for example, would not have viable legal claims even if they can prove carelessness and causation.Sending a strong signalBecause of these considerable challenges, viable legal claims related to COVID-19 are likely to be extremely rare.Yet even occasional lawsuits act as a nudge, encouraging the entire business community to adopt reasonable precautions. This is one of the lessons of civil litigation arising out of foodborne illness outbreaks.As I document in my 2019 book, “Outbreak: Foodborne Illness and the Struggle for Food Safety,” a small handful of high-profile lawsuits against food companies have encouraged businesses at every link along the supply chain to improve their safety practices. 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