admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Farmington officials on Monday approved a deal that could bring 14 single-family homes to the former 47th District Court property on 10 Mile Road.A fourth round of proposals for the 3.8-acre property included three developers; council members gave the nod to Farmington Hills-based Boji Development earlier this month. The agreement sets a $250,000 purchase price and gives the company 60 days to submit a Planned Unit Development (PUD) application, the first step in obtaining city approvals for the project.Part of the Boji Development proposal presented earlier this month included this look at the 14-unit courthouse property and the Farmington Public Schools property not yet on the market. (file photo)In a memo to council members, City Manager David Murphy said the company will submit a $20,000 deposit that is refundable only if the city fails to approve the PUD agreement within six months or if there are issues with the property title.“However, if the Developer fails to submit a PUD application timely within 60 days, or if the Developer fails to diligently pursue the PUD approval and does not cure that failure on 30 days’ notice by the City, then the City may declare the deposit forfeited,” he wrote.Read more: HILLS DEVELOPER MAY BRING 14 NEW HOMES TO FARMINGTONFARMINGTON OFFICIALS REVIEW NEW COURTHOUSE PROPERTY PLANSANALYSIS: FARMINGTON COURTHOUSE PROPERTY NO EASY SELL Reported by
Wireless power services provider, Wi-Charge together with ZK Teco USA, has launched a unique integration of a high-end multi-biometric door lock using its Wi-Charge long-range wireless power receiver. Unlike traditional smart door locks, this solution does not require a battery or power source. It uses wireless charging technology to power the lock. The offering was showcased at the MWC Americas 2018 event held in Los Angeles, California.Smart locks provide controlled, secure, and keyless access to homes and offices. They offer unique flexibility, convenience and management and are one of the key components of smart homes. But smart locks often use batteries, and thus require their owners to replace the batteries several times a year or risk losing access. In addition, device manufacturers are limited in their ability to add functionality to these locks because of limited power budget.Wi-Charge has demonstrated a solution to overcome these critical issues. By integrating its long-range wireless power system with the highly-advanced smart lock from ZKTeco USA, battery replacements are no longer required, and highly-desired capabilities can be added with ease. The stylish integration is a prototype to show the limitless possibilities from integrating leading-edge security technologies with next-generation power delivery.Wi-Charge is the long-range wireless power company, founded with the goal of enabling automatic charging of phones and other smart devices. Their patented infrared wireless power technology can deliver several watts of power to client devices up to 10 meters away. The company developed remote charging solutions that enable mobile and wireless devices to seamlessly recharge themselves without user intervention.
Advanced RF Technologies, an in-building Distributed Antenna System (DAS) provider for Public Safety and Commercial radio frequencies, has announced that Windy City Wire (WCW), a national leader in the design and development of low-voltage cable and cable management solutions for the low-voltage industry, has become a preferred distributor of its in-building wireless solutions for commercial and public safety use cases. As per the agreement, WCW will distribute ADRF DAS and Repeater products to customers.ADRF’s commercial and public safety solution suite, including its PSR-X series repeaters, FiRe repeater, and ADXV DAS, will be available for purchase through WCW sales representatives and accessible 24/7 through their e-commerce platform. Additionally, ADRF products will be available in WCW’s 19 warehouses and offices located in major cities around the nation to accelerate product delivery.
Share These Spring Breakers from McAllen are shown in South Padre Island. (Staff photo by Ray Quiroga)By THERESA VASQUEZSpecial to the PRESSSouth Padre Island met record numbers of Spring Breakers for Texas week, as local hotels and resorts report capacity percentages in the high 90’s, and say this is up from previous years.Crystal Ramirez, Customer Service Representative for The Hilton Garden Inn reported, “For Texas Week we did well, the first few days we had between five to eight rooms available (out of 156 rooms), and starting March 17 through the weekend we were completely sold out.”Marisa Castillo, Director of Sales and Marketing for Pearl South Padre, said, “Overall we did better than last year. Our variances for the weeks of March 9 to March 25 are about 9.5 percent increase. ” In addition, Castillo reported capacity percentages averaging 98 percent starting March 15 and into the weekend.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the March 26 edition of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedSpring Break Update: Woman dragged, crowds good, traffic low, so farBy RAY QUIROGA Port Isabel-South Padre PRESS email@example.com Officials are reporting that the weather has appeared to have little effect on out-of-the-area Spring Breakers traveling to the Island. Mary K. Hancock, Special Events Manager for the South Padre Island Convention & Visitors Bureau, reported Monday that hotel occupancy has increased…March 12, 2012In “News”IT’S SPRING BREAK: Island abuzz with Breakers, national attentionBy CRAIG ALANIZ Reporter/Photographer firstname.lastname@example.org The second week of March was Texas Week on South Padre Island. Students from all over the state as well as the country made their way out to the Island. South Padre Island police have said the season has begun with a mild start but…March 14, 2013In “News”SPRING BREAK 2013: The good, the bad, the uglyBy RAY QUIROGA Port Isabel-South Padre PRESS email@example.com While a healthy crowd of Spring Breakers and vacationers remain in the area, another Texas week is officially in the record books. Officials estimate that upwards of 25,000 vacationers descended on the Island this Spring Break, Texas Week crowds, however, are estimated…March 21, 2013In “News”
West Florida Takes Both GSC Player of the Week, Again Bonardi and Cabrera earn Player of the Week March 20, 2019 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Argos sweep the tennis GSC Player of the Week column for the second week in a row with Berta Bonardi and Juan Cabrera taking the wins. No. 1 Berta Bonardi does it again going 4-0 this last week against nationally ranked teams and players. Bonardi started off her winning week against No. 18 Southwest Baptist defeating No. 11 Jill Van den Dungen 6-3, 6-2. Next was against No. 4 Hawaii Pacific’s Elodie Busson as Bonardi won 5-7, 6-2, 6-1. Her next win was against Cameron University’s No. 32 Sarah Frendo, 7-5, 6-2. And Bonardi’s last win this week was against No. 14 Midwestern State as No. 1 Bonardi defeated No. 16 Maddy Coffman, 6-1, 6-3. Bonardi is still No. 1 in the nation in DII and is undefeated in singles. In doubles Bonardi and her partner Diana Vlad went 3-1 this week against the same teams at the No. 1 position. Sophomore Argonaut, Juan Cabrera, shined this last week as he went 2-0 against ranked teams and still is undefeated in singles this season. Cabrera won against No. 24 Cameron University’s Mritunjay Badola 6-3, 6-4 and against #17 Midwestern State’s Dillon Pined 6-3, 6-4 both at the No. 2 position. Cabrera’s match against No. 9 Indianapolis was left unfinished as he was winning in the third set. Cabrera is 9-0 in singles on the season and a reliable player for the Argos.Both Argo’s teams are home for the rest of this week and next week as well. Today the women are hosting Northeastern State and Georgia College. Tomorrow the men will have their turn against Georgia College and then both teams will play against St. Mary’s on Saturday. For more details, UWF’s schedule can be found at GoArgos.com.To keep up with the Men’s and Women’s Tennis team and for more information you can follow the men on Instagram @uwfmenstennis and the women @uwfwomenstennis. You can also find the Argos on Twitter @TennisUwf.#GoArgosPrint Friendly Version Share
West Ham manager, David Moyes has opened up on report linking his striker, Andy Carroll to Chelsea.The Blues are aiming to secure Carroll on a permanent deal and are stalling on a loan deal for Michy Batshuayi until a transfer can be completedMoyes, however, dismissed the reports that the Premier league Champions have made contact in their pursuit of the 29-year-old.The Cockney Boys boss, who said he was unaware of interest in his forward from Chelsea, said that he does not want to let any of his players leave the club.“They have not made contact with me, so if they have made contact with someone else I don’t know about it,” Moyes said following Tuesday’s 1-0 win over Shrewsbury in the FA Cup.“At the moment Andy Carroll is one of my squad, I want to add to the squad, not lose players.“I know nothing about it. There have been a lot of rumours regarding a loan but as far as I know it has never officially come from Chelsea. I am not keen to lose any players, I am more keen to add to the squad.“At the moment Andy has an ankle injury so we are hoping that will settle quickly and he will be back training shortly,” he added.
Kenai Police say at 3:29am that morning, officers received the report of a juvenile violating conditions of release and a possible theft. Officers met with the caller, and after an investigation arrested a 13-year-old male for Vehicle Theft int he first degree and theft in the second degree. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A young teenager was arrested in the early morning hours of June 10th for allegedly stealing a vehicle and violating conditions of release. He was transported to the Kenai Peninsula Youth Facility.
The AGDC has confirmed that Nikiski is still the companies preferred site for the AK LNG liquefaction facility. The Mat-Su Borough, Valdez, and the Kenai Peninsula Borough have all been granted intervenor status in the project. FERC is scheduled to release its draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the project in February of 2019. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Chief of Staff John Quick represented the Kenai Peninsula Borough in a meeting with federal regulators in Washington D.C., a couple of weeks ago. At the assembly meeting last week, Quick gave an overview of some of the items discussed during the meetings that took place with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commision. Quick: “This is kind of the entity that is going to tell us a go or no-go with this big project that could land in Nikiski. They held a meeting to go over various questions that they had proposed to AGDC. The Mat-Su Borough was there as well as Valdez.” Quick: “I think it was very important that we were there. I was able to shake hands, and exchange stories with the person that is in charge of this FERC project. I got to hear first hand that the conversations isn’t about where this project is going to land, every indication that I saw during this meeting, they were using language as if it was going to land in Nikiski.” The mayor’s office was invited to D.C. by the Trump administration to meet with several officials to go over issues facing Alaska.
Russell Hedgesrhedges@bossierpress.comTen players from Bossier Parish teams have been named to the All-District 1-5A softball first team.District champion Byrd and Haughton had the most first-team selections with five apiece.The Lady Bucs and Airline shared second place in the district with 4-2 marks.Haughton’s first-team selections are junior pitcher Anna Dies, freshman catcher Lacey Dodson, senior infielder Haley Krumpelbeck, senior infielder Brooke Payton and senior outfielder Kirsten Martin.The Lady Bucs finished 18-11 and reached the second round of the state playoffs.Airline placed two players on the first team — senior catcher Miranda Young and senior infielder Katie Smith.The Lady Vikings finished 15-12 and lost in the first round of the playoffs.Parkway had three-first team selections — senior infielder Carol Cash, junior outfielder Kelsey Gallman and junior designated player Alexis Rayborn.The Lady Panthers finished 11-16 and lost in the first round of the playoffsPitcher Sarah Long of Byrd was named MVP. Byrd’s Mark Lambert took Coach of the Year honors.Byrd had four other first-team selections. They are senior infielder Tara Schuler, junior infielder Tia Timerding, senior outfielder Shelby Spruiell and freshman utility Emily Daniel.Other first-team selections are Captain Shreve senior infielders Anna Dunn and Jordan Hughes, and Southwood junior utility Niki Greer.Airline placed four players on the second team — senior infielder Lindsey Fronzaglio, junior infielder Madison Rowland, senior outfielder Carly McIntosh and senior outfielder Ashley Salinas.Haughton had four second-team selections — senior infielder Miranda Ogletree, junior infielder Natalie Smith, junior outfielder Jessica Blank and freshman utility Savannah O’Neal.Parkway sophomore catcher Haydn Parker and junior utility Mary Kate Bozeman also made the second team.Instant Voice TranslatorInstant Voice Translator (43 Languages) Takes Hong Kong By StormInstant Voice Translator|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystBlockchain Is Changing the Game for Trade Financing. Here’s How It’s Driving Future Global Trade.StanChart by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles find each other in Tung Chung?Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStrategyCombatIf you own a Computer, then you have to play this Game. No Install.StrategyCombat|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
The Vanderbilt men’s basketball team landed a post player and a point guard, both ranked among the nation’s top 130 players, in its 2016 signing class Wednesday.Clevon Brown, a 6-foot-8 forward from San Antonio, chose Vanderbilt over Texas, Illinois, Notre Dame and Auburn, and he gives the Commodores a highly touted athletic big man to help replace junior Damian Jones, who plans to enter the NBA Draft after this season.Brown, rated a four-star prospect by Scout.com, averaged 16.8 points, 9.4 rebounds and 3.2 blocks at Churchill High in San Antonio last season. He was rated the nation’s 126th-best player by Rivals.comPayton Willis, a 6-4 point guard, was ranked the nation’s 119th-best player by Rivals.com and the 22nd-best point guard by 247 Sports. He averaged 15.9 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 steals at Fayetteville (Ark.) High last season.Willis has played both shooting guard and point guard, but his recently shown ability at the latter position made him especially intriguing to the Commodores.Vanderbilt point guard Wade Baldwin set the program’s freshman record for assists (155) last season, but fellow point guard Shelton Mitchell transferred to Clemson in the offseason. Willis could help fill that void as an additional point guard option.TENNESSEE: Ensworth point guard Jordan Bone was among the signees Rick Barnes added. The younger brother of former UT guard Josh Bone, Jordan is rated by 247Sports as the sixth-best in-state prospect and the 222nd overall player in the country.Also joining the class is Jalen Johnson, a 6-foot-6 small forward from High Point, N.C., who is rated by 247Sports as the No. 5 overall player in North Carolina and the No. 152 overall prospect in the country. The Vols also are expecting a letter of intent from three-star power forward John Fulkerson on Thursday.Fulkerson hinted that another piece of the 2016 signing class could surface later this week in three-star power forward Grant Williams (Charlotte). Williams, at 6-7, 235 pounds,will commit and sign on Friday. He is considering Tennessee, Yale and Princeton.“I think he’ll be a Vol soon,” Fulkerson said last week.Three-star point guard Kwe Parker is scheduled to visit Tennessee this weekend. Parker, who decommitted from Rutgers last week, is high school teammates with Johnson at Wesleyan Christian in Wade, N.C.hree-star prospect opened Rick Barnes’ eyes not with his answers, but with his questions.At times during the recruiting process, the High Point, N.C., small forward controlled the conversation with the first-year UT coach.“It wasn’t the generic questions you would expect,” Barnes said Wednesday after Johnson signed with the Vols on the first day of college basketball’s early signing period.“(He was) just really talking about development, how we develop him,” Barnes added. “And I asked him some pretty tough questions, and I really appreciated his honesty and how he answered those questions.”Tennessee announced the signing of three-star in-state point guard Jordan Bone on Wednesday afternoon, after Barnes had met with reporters.Johnson, who committed to UT on Oct. 11, is rated by 247Sports as the No. 5 overall player in North Carolina in 2016 and the No. 152 overall prospect in the country.“He’s extremely athletic,” Barnes said. “The last time I saw him play, I was really impressed with his last workout I saw, because I don’t know if he missed a shot the entire time.”Johnson, even at 6-6, is listed at just 170 pounds. Barnes said that’s not a problem.“You have to remember,” Barnes said, “we coached a guy (at Texas) that everybody questioned how strong he was, and he turned out to be a pretty good player, Kevin Durant. People made fun of him when he couldn’t bench press 185 pounds.“Not that I’m comparing Jalen to Kevin, but in terms of what you learn when you’re dealing with young people like this, you’ve got to try to project where they will be with their bodies, physically.“We think he’s going to be a good get for us.”Bone, the first verbal pledge of Tennessee’s 2016 class, is“It just seemed too right, honestly,” he told the News Sentinel after committing on Sept. 13.Fulkerson, a 6-8 Kingsport native, became the third verbal commitment in Tennessee’s 2016 class when he picked the Vols over Charlotte and Georgia last week.“I just think Tennessee was the best place for me,” Fulkerson told the News Sentinel.