Community News Pasadena Holds No-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic From STAFF REPORTS Published on Friday, October 2, 2015 | 2:33 pm faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Donald CommunityPCC- COMMUNITYVirtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes HerbeautyBollywood Star Transformations: 10 Year ChallengeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Most Startling Movie Moments We Didn’t Realize Were InsensitiveHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat Is It That Actually Makes French Women So Admirable?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyTiger Woods Is ‘Different Man’ 10 Years After ScandalHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyIs It Bad To Give Your Boyfriend An Ultimatum?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeauty More Cool Stuff Top of the News First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Make a comment Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Subscribe Community News Community News Business News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. 2 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it The Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA will hold a no-cost spay and neuter clinic on October 15 and 16, 2015, for feral cats residing in the shelter’s nine service cities.PHS says the event will be held in honor of National Feral Cat Day, October 16.In a process commonly referred to as trap-neuter-return, or TNR, community members humanely trap feral cats, have them sterilized at a spay/neuter clinic, and return the cats to their original location. While under anesthesia, feral cats are also vaccinated and ear-tipped – a small part of the cat’s left ear is removed – to indicate sterilization.Feral cats are free-roaming cats that are not socialized to people. PHS says that left unaltered, these cats could produce large numbers of kittens each spring and summer, inundating local animal shelters.“Female cats can have as many as three litters a year, and kittens can breed as young as four months old,” says Steve McNall, president and Chief Executive Officer of PHS and SPCA. “Most people don’t want to see the cats they’re feeding get pregnant over and over again, so our National Feral Cat Day ‘TNR-a-thon’ will serve as a gentle reminder to caretakers of free-roaming cat colonies to catch and sterilize their cats.”SNiP, the PHS low-cost public spay and neuter clinic, expects to book 20 feral cat surgeries each day. A limited number of TNR appointments are also available weekly, Tuesday through Friday.TNR appointments at the SNiP Clinic include free spay and neuter surgery, vaccinations for FVRCP and rabies, and ear-tipping for feral cats in the PHS cities – Pasadena, Arcadia, Bradbury, Glendale, La Cañada Flintridge, Monrovia, South Pasadena, San Marino and Sierra Madre.Additional services such as FeLV/FIV testing, flea treatment and microchipping are available upon request for an additional cost. A small inventory of humane traps are also available to rent for a deposit of $55, which is fully refunded upon return of the traps.TNR is by appointment only. To make an appointment, email [email protected] or call (626) 792-7151, ext. 166. Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
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iStock/Thinkstock(LITCHFIELD PARK, Ariz.) — An 11-year-old boy shot and killed his grandmother and took his own life in their Arizona home after he was told to clean his room, authorities said.The violent incident occurred Saturday evening in Litchfield Park, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix, and was witnessed by the child’s grandfather, whose gun was used in the tragedy, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.The shooting occurred about 5 p.m. Saturday after the boy’s grandparents told him to clean his room, sheriff’s officials said.The grandfather, whose name was not released, told deputies that the boy was “being stubborn” about cleaning his room after being repeatedly asked to do so throughout the day on Saturday, sheriff’s officials told ABC affiliate station KNXV-TV in Phoenix.The grandmother was identified as 65-year-old Yvonne Woodard.Authorities said the child, whose name was not immediately released, lived with his grandparents, who had full custody of him, officials told KNXV.Woodard and her husband were sitting on a couch watching TV when the boy allegedly came up behind them and shot the grandmother in the back of the head, officials said.Investigators said the boy used the grandfather’s gun to shoot his grandmother and kill himself. It was not immediately disclosed how the child obtained the weapon.Following the shooting, the boy ran from the room and the grandfather briefly chased him before returning to try to aid his wife and call 911, sheriff’s officials said. As the grandfather was rendering aid to his wife, he heard a gunshot and found his grandson dead from a self-inflicted bullet wound, according to officials.“In the preliminary stages of this investigation there had been no previous signs that the grandson might harm someone or himself and there was no cause for concern prior to this event,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement.Neighbors also said they never noticed any trouble between the grandparents and their grandson.“I can’t even fathom what he’s feeling and what their other family members are feeling,” a neighbor told KNXV of the grandfather. “It breaks my heart that they have to go through this. Life is fleeting at times and I just kept thinking was he one of the little trick-or-treaters that knocked on my door.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Thisweek’s training newsStaffdiversity courseRidgehillHousing Association is carrying out training on raising awareness of diversityissues among its 165 staff. The training involves one-day sessions explainingthe concept of diversity, and role-play exercises exploring how diversityapplies to day-to-day situations. It is taking place during June and July. www.ridgehill.orgOrangelanguage classTelecomsfirm Orange is providing language training to its international staff. Thelessons are carried out on a one-to-one basis using Berlitz and costs £2,500per person. An estimated 80 out of the 150 international staff are undertakingthe training. Orange’s international training and development manager AlisonSpeak monitors their progress on a monthly basis by liaising with the Berlitztutor. www.orange.co.ukTasteof things to comeFoodcompany Nestle‚ has put 10 newly appointed managers through a five-daypre-management course to help them become more effective leaders. Topicscovered in the course included planning and organising, meeting skills,assertiveness, creativity and communication. www.nestle.co.ukBankbid for womenInvestmentbank JP Morgan is holding an open day for first-year female undergraduates on27 June in a bid to attract more women to the City. The undergraduates willspend half a day at the investment bank, participating in business casescenarios and then go to Merrill Lynch in the afternoon. JP Morgan estimatesthat women account for 30 per cent of its workforce. The open days are part ofthe Capital Chances initiative, organised by GTI. www.jpmorgan.com Previous Article Next Article TrainingOn 19 Jun 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink TagsAffordable HousingDevelopmentlower east sideReal Estate Finance Share via Shortlink The project has been in the works for several years, following a fire that gutted the Beth Hamedrash Hagadol Synagogue, which previously stood on the site. A new synagogue with a cultural heritage center will occupy part of the Norfolk Street building.In addition to the construction debt, the Suffolk Street building, which is the project’s first phase, secured a $70 million equity commitment. The second phase of the project at 64 Norfolk Street has secured $3 million in the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit on the second phase of development, sources told Commercial Observer. [CO] — Akiko MatsudaCORRECTION: An earlier version of this story stated the $162 million loan was for the entire complex. It is just for the building at 55 Suffolk Street. Gotham Organization CEO David Picket and a rendering of the Broome Street Development complex (Gotham; Community at Broome)UPDATED, Dec. 28 2020, 3:20 p.m.: A mixed-use building in the works on the Lower East Side landed a $162.4 million construction loan from Wells Fargo and US Bank.The loan is for 55 Suffolk Street, which is part of the two-building Broome Street Development complex (which also includes 64 Norfolk Street), spearheaded by a joint venture between the Gotham Organization and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, Commercial Observer reported.In total, 400,000-square-foot project — which was one of the biggest new real estate projects filed this year — will feature about 500 rental apartments, including 209 affordable units and 115 units set aside for seniors. The Chinese American Planning Council, a nonprofit providing educational, social, and community services for Asian Americans, will also have its headquarters within the complex, occupying 40,000 square feet at 55 Suffolk Street.Read moreThe top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYCInside the brand new Essex Crossing complexProject filings slowed in winter, plunged in March
During late December 2004 and early January 2005 the plankton community to the south and west of South Georgia was investigated. Satellite imagery had shown the surface expression of a bloom over the southern shelf I month prior to the cruise, although by the time of sampling a well-defined sub-surface chl-a maximum was evident at 26 of the 57 stations located mainly at the western end of the southern shelf (and the bloom was declining). Nonetheless, integrated chl-a was still greater over the shelf than elsewhere (18-362 mg m(-2)). Macronutrient distributions essentially mirrored the distribution of chl-a biomass, with depletion greatest in the on-shelf waters at the western end of South Georgia, where the most intense surface bloom had occurred during the preceding November. Nearest neighbour clustering of microplankton and mesozooplankton data revealed the presence of two major station groups within each analysis with broadly congruent distributions. Within the microplankton analysis a southern and western shelf grouping of 18 stations was dominated by Corethron spp., Eucampia antarctica and Thalassiothrix spp. This group corresponded spatially to a shelf zooplankton grouping (12 of the 18 stations in both groups in common) in which mesozooplankton abundance was greatest. Here small copepods such as Oithona spp. and the neritic clausocalaniid Drepanopus forcipatus dominated, along with the thecate pteropod Limacina helicina, appendicularians and calanoid copepod naupliar stages. Acoustic doppler current profiler (ADCP) measurements indicated that water flow over the shelf was low and variable (< 15 cm s(-1)). In contrast the largest station groups in both ordinations were distributed along the southern shelf-break and further off-shelf in water flowing rapidly (up to 55 cm s(-1)) to the southeast. Nitzschia spp., Pseudonitzschia spp., and Fragilariopsis kerguelensis were abundant here, and the zooplankton, in addition to Oithona spp., was characterized by Metridia spp., Ctenocalanus spp., Oncaea spp., and the polychaete Pelagobia longicirrata. A third group of 13 stations disclosed by the mesoplankton ordination was confined to the north and west and generally comprised outer shelf stations in deeper waters. Here zooplankton abundance was less than in the adjacent major station groupings, although Calanus simillimus was considerably more abundant than in other groups. Relationships of both micro- and zooplankton ordinations with environmental variables were modest (Spearman rank correlation, rho w = 0.49-0.59), albeit complex, with interactions likely to have occurred over different timescales. High levels of ammonium over the shelf, probably resulting from microbial breakdown and zooplankton excretion, contributed most to explaining both ordinations, along with the Si(OH)(4):NO3 deficit ratio, a measure of past nutrient use. Model output from Ocean Circulation and Climate Advanced Modelling (OCCAM) supported ADCP-derived flow measurements. Specifically, release of particles along a transect to the southwest suggested there was an extended residence time (in excess of 3 months) over the southern shelf and a slow but significant northwards transport into the Georgia Basin. The spatial extent of the shelf and the current speed and direction implied that in situ production was locally important and had the potential to contribute significantly to downstream ecosystems. (C) 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPhoto by Allen Kee / ESPN Images(SYRACUSE, N.Y.) — Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim will return to the sideline on Saturday for his team’s game against Duke, three days after he was involved in a fatal traffic accident.University athletic director John Wildhack announced the news Friday.“The Jimenez family has suffered a tremendous loss,” he wrote. “Our community is shaken. The Boeheim family is heartbroken over what happened, as we all are.”Wildhack explained that “Coach Boeheim’s players gain strength from him, just as he gains strength from his players. Our entire community gains strength from each other. With this in mind, and after thoughtful considerations, I have respectfully decided that Coach Boeheim will resume his coaching duties later today and will coach in tomorrow night’s game against Duke.”Boeheim met with the team on Thursday, but did not participate in the team’s practice session. Following the team’s Wednesday night win over Louisville, Boeheim was driving home from a restaurant when he struck and killed a man walking along an interstate highway. Accident reports say Boeheim was trying to avoid hitting a disabled vehicle that had lost control and hit a guardrail. Jorge Jimenez, 51, was a passenger in that vehicle.Sobriety tests for Boeheim and the driver of the second vehicle were negative. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by February 22, 2019 /Sports News – National Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim will coach team on Saturday
Tags: Los Angeles Clippers/NBA/Utah Jazz FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOS ANGELES (AP) — Kawhi Leonard scored 29 points, reserve Lou Williams had 19 and the Los Angeles Clippers edged Utah 116-112, snapping the Jazz’s nine-game winning streak.The Clippers avenged an 18-point loss to Utah two nights earlier, when starters Leonard, Paul George and Nicolas Batum were sidelined.Donovan Mitchell scored 29 of his 35 points in the second half for the NBA-leading Jazz. They are 24-6 and lost for just the second time in their last 22 games.George had 15 points in his return from a seven-game absence with an injured toe. February 20, 2021 /Sports News – Local Clippers edge Jazz 116-112, snap Utah’s 9-game win streak Written by Associated Press
We hope that today’s “IS IT TRUE” will provoke honest and open dialogue concerning issues that we, as responsible citizens of this community, need to address in a rational and responsible way?IS IT TRUE that Evansville became gunshot city in the wee hours of Saturday night and Sunday morning on October 6, 2019?…in three separate incidents, 6 human beings suffered gunshot wounds in Evansville?.IS IT TRUE in a parking lot of the Chestnut Street off of Walnut at the Otis Stone American Legion post 5 people and four cars were hit by gunfire at approximately around 3 am? …all five of the injured were offered medical care and two of them refused the offer?…the other three reportedly have serious injuries?…it is fortunate that no one had died yet but it seems as though the intent to kill was real?…the alleged shooter took off on foot and was quickly apprehended by the Evansville Police Department?…the runaway shooter of course already had a history of criminal activity and has been charged with attempted murder?IS IT TRUE that in a separate incident at about the same time on the south side of town another shooting happened to leave only one person with a bullet wound?…the shooting happened on East Riverside Drive and South Fares Avenue? ..these six shootings come one week after another perp was quoted by the EPD as saying “It’s Evansville” to explain why he was packing a gun?…indeed it is Evansville but it seems more like South Chicago, Baltimore, or St. Louis? …we give five (5) cheers to our men and woman in blue for their outstanding police work for quickly apprehending these thugs and putting them where they belong, behind bars?IS IT TRUE there was also a 3rd shooting at Bartlett and Oregon around 11 p.m. The victim showed up at a local hospital with a gunshot wound.IS IT TRUE that the CEO of the Evansville Convention and Vistors Bureau makes around $125,000 per year not including benefits and perks? …we are told that several individuals serving in elected and appointed positions in Vanderburgh County want this high paying cushy public sector job? Today’s “Readers Poll” question is: Would you support a home owned non-partisan newspaper that is printed 3 days a week?We are pleased to provide obituaries from area funeral homes at no cost. We are also are pleased to announce that we are now providing news from all of the area High Schools. Please scroll down the paper and you shall see a complete listing of them. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail https://evansville.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=3204IS IT TRUE many people are wondering why do the Evansville DMD/ERC officials continue to subsidizing housing units, loft apartments, facade grants, low-interest loans, tax abatements in both downtown and North Main street? …someone needs to inform the officials at the Evansville DMD/ERC that Evansville has a Westside, Eastside, Center City and a far Northside area of town that could use their assistance?IS IT TRUE we get the impression that the officials at the Evansville DMD/ERC think that the IU Medical School-Evansville has an enrollment of 2000 students? …we wonder if this is the reason why they feel there is an immediate need for new offices and apartments downtown proper?IS IT TRUE we been told that our elected officials are spending money from the local TIF funds by leaps and bounds? …in fact, they remind us of kids shopping in a candy store?IS IT TRUE that former President of the Vanderburgh County Commissioner, Bruce Ungethiem, current Vanderburgh County Commissioner President, Ben Shoulders, and County Engineer, John Stoll, recently attended AIC Conference (Association of Indiana Counties) awards dinner in French Lick, IN?…that Vanderburgh County was the ONLY County in the state of Indiana, among 92 Counties, to win the coveted “Outstanding Achievement Award”? …this award recognized Vanderburgh County for its work in 2017 to the present on new County road projects, road repairs and road paving, and extensive work done on infrastructure projects?IS IT TRUE we feel that there are many student-athletes who are participating in long-distance running events on the high school and college level that would greatly benefit by attending a long-distance running clinic conducted by former Olympian Anne Audain? …we are totally convinced that there numerous local long-distance runners that would greatly improve their running skills by also attending a one-on-one training session with Anne Audain? …if you know a student-athlete that would benefit in a long-distance running seminar or training session conducted by Olympian Anne Audain please contact the City-County [email protected]?IS IT TRUE we hope that the investors building new hotels in downtown Evansville have considered the DoubleTree Hotel vacancy rate?IS IT TRUE that the State Board of Accounts states that routinely overdrawn funds could be an indicator of serious financial problems of a municipal entity that should be investigated by the unit?IS IT TRUE that our “Readers Poll” is non-scientific but trendy? If you would like to advertise on the CCO please contact us at City-County [email protected]: We understand that sometimes people don’t always agree and discussions may become a little heated. The use of offensive language, insults against commenters will not be tolerated and will be removed from our site.Any comments posted in this column do not represent the views or opinions of the City-County Observer or our advertisers IS IT TRUE that the Evansville DMD recently presented the possibility of building 175 Living Units and a Grocery Store in the North Main area? …attached is the video of the Evansville Redevelopment Commission discussing this issue? …at 17:55 on the attached video, the discussion of this subject starts?
Ocean City High SchoolThe Ocean City Board of Education voted unanimously Wednesday night to approve a new three-year contract with teachers. But the approval came with no discussion and no public disclosure of the terms of the contract.Personnel costs account for more than $31 million of Ocean City’s $40 million school budget, and the median salary of faculty members exceeded $90,000 (compared to a statewide median of $63,851) when the district negotiated its last contract, according to the state Department of Education school report cards for 2010-2011. Teacher salaries are the single biggest factor in determining school taxes paid by Ocean City property owners.After Wednesday’s meeting, Board President Joe Clark said a board attorney would e-mail details of the contract to reporters on Thursday (check back here for updates).Contract negotiations are confidential and discussed by the board only in executive sessions that are closed to the public. But with both the Ocean City Education Association (teachers’ union) and Ocean City Board of Education ratifying the new agreement, the new contract is now public record.The new agreement will be in effect from July 1, 2014 (retroactively) through June 30, 2017.The last teachers’ contract, in effect from July 2011 through June 2014, called for 1.99 percent annual salary increases for teachers and eliminated two separate longevity “step” increases effective only for new employees.Financial summaries are typically provided to the board and the public by the school business administrator, but Business Administrator Pasquale “Pat” Yacovelli had resigned after working only nine months in Ocean City and did not attend Wednesday’s meeting.Yacovelli was hired at a $137,500 annual salary with additional shared services stipends of $3,500 for the Corbin City School District and $10,000 for the Sea Isle City School District. He started work in the district in December 2013, and is reportedly now working in the Buena Regional School District.The board voted Wednesday to accept Yacovelli’s resignation effective Oct. 7. They also approved a professional services contract with Terrence Crowley to provide business office/board secretary services from Sept. 24 through Dec. 31 at $60 per hour, not to exceed 35 hours per week.Crowley is a retired Cape May County executive superintendent of schools. He worked during Wednesday’s meeting.“It will be good to get back to where things actually happen,” Crowley said of returning to work closer to students and teachers.