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October 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

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September 28, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThe solid concrete home has a mix of renovated and original features with three bathrooms.Bidding started at $4 million and moved to $7 million in two minutes. The rest of the bidding occurred privately between two bidders and the sellers, with auctioneer Haesley Cush keeping the crowd on the pool deck updated.After 20 minutes the bid had been raised to $7.5 million.Ten minutes later a further bid of $7.75 million was made privately and the house was officially put on the market for sale.Mr Cush resumed the public auction but with no further bids, it was sold to the Seymour family. Eight bidders took the 873sq m property to auction yesterday in a 40-minute showdown before a crowd of more than 80 on the pool deck. Four of the bidders were active. Brisbane’s strong prestige market secures spot on top 100 for first time The property has direct water access and is two doors down from the Sydney St Ferry Terminal.“This is a great sale for Brisbane and the prestige market and a good sign of things to come,” he said.The sale supports Brisbane’s 2019 debut on an international index which ranks cities according to the growth of their luxury housing market, with Brisbane outperforming Melbourne and just behind Sydney, to claim the 31st spot. It’s been held by the one family for 20 years, now this riverfront property has sold for a record price.A MULTI-level residence on the Brisbane River sold under the hammer on Saturday for $7.75 million, making it the fifth richest house in Brisbane City.The five-bedroom house with granite and marble staircases, at 39 Griffith St, New Farm, was last sold in 1999 for $1.2 million.With his grandfather, Queensland developer Kevin Seymour, on the phone, Ben Seymour made the winning bid from behind the pool gate, with a crowd of more than 80 on the connecting pool deck. MORE REAL ESTATE STORIES Queensland’s top sales of all time More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agocenter_img Brisbane’s prestige market grew by 3.1 per cent in 2018.The Prime International Residential Index recorded a 3.1 per cent growth in Brisbane’s luxury housing market last year.RELATED: The upstairs lounge room where sellers Allan and Glenice Mein were waiting while the auction took place on the pool deck below them.The property’s medium density zoning attracted homeowners, investors and developers from Melbourne, the Gold Coast, and Brisbane including the neighbouring Gambaro family, icons of the Brisbane restaurant scene, and the electrician who worked on the original build in the early 1980s.“In its day it would have been one of the most luxurious homes, and it’s built like a brick boatshed,” the electrician said.“It was the biggest house I ever worked on and this is my first time back.“The chandeliers themselves cost as much as a house.” From the back of the pool area, there are city views or you can look straight across to Shafston House at Kangaroo Point.Developers, Allan and Glenice Mein, raised their children and 8 grandchildren at 39 Griffith St. At one time, two of their children and six grandchildren were living in the house with them.Mr Seymour met the couple after the auction.“This is a fantastic property, a fantastic home,” he said.“You must have many great memories here.”Mrs Mein shook his hand warmly.“You were just so relaxed and professional,” she said to him.“You weren’t like I was.“Will your family move in here? I hope they do because it is a fantastic place.” The blue pearl marble staircase at the front entrance.Ray White New Farm principal Matt Lancashire said the result made it the top residential auction sale in Queensland. >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<<last_img read more

September 25, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgOn Feb. 28, the court sheriffssuccessfully executed the Writ of Possession issued by Presiding Judge EmeraldRequina-Contreras of the Regional Trial Court, Branch 23 and turned over PECO’spower distribution assets to MORE Power. A former personnel of Panay Electric Co. for 19 years keeps his work at the Tabuc Suba substation. He was absorbed by MORE Electric and Power Corp. after the takeover on Feb. 28 by virtue of a Writ of Possession issued by the Regional Trial Court, Branch 23. 3. authorize MORE Power to implementthe last approved distribution charges of PECO In their inspection report submittedto the Commission, the team confirmed that MORE had gained full possession andcontrol over five substations, prepared for all other aspects related toelectricity distribution, and had power supply contracts with four powersuppliers that would ensure uninterrupted supply of electricity sufficient toserve the consumers in Iloilo city. 2. issue a Provisional Authority,pursuant to Section 8 of Executive Order 172, authorizing MORE Power to operatethe power distribution network ILOILO City – There should be noconfusion as to the rightful entity to distribute power in this city, accordingto the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC). 1. revoke the provisional CPCN issuedto Panay Electric Co. (PECO) after determining that MORE Power has establishedor acquired its own distribution system and verified the latter’s completetransition to full operations The ERC inspection team likewiseverified MORE Power’s full readiness and capacity in aspects of development,operation and maintenance of the distribution system. During a hearing on March 6, JudgeContreras expressed gladness that her apprehension did not happened because thesupply of electricity in Iloilo city continued since the takeover./PN 4. require MORE Power to source andprocure its power requirements in accordance with Section 5 of Republic Act(RA) 11212; while MORE Power is unable to secure the Certificate of Exemptionfrom the Department of Energy (DOE) necessary to enter into emergency powersupply agreements, it shall source its power requirements from the currentpower generation suppliers of PECO. ERC, in its meeting on March 5,2020 ,resolved to adopt the following resolutions: On March 3 and 4, ERC technicalpersonnel conducted an ocular inspection to verify the actual status of thedistribution network and determine which among MORE Power and PECO was actuallyoperating the said system. It is MORE Electric and Power Corp.(MORE Power). In issuing a Certificate of PublicConvenience and Necessity (CPCN) to MORE Power, ERC chairperson and chiefexecutive officer Agnes Devanadera stressed the Commission was “mindful of itsmandates to protect consumer interest, ensure uninterrupted electric service toconsumers in Iloilo City and prevent chaos and confusion among said customersas to who is authorized to operate the distribution system in the area.” PECO’S power distribution franchiseexpired on Jan. 18, 2019. It was given by ERC a provisional CPCN in accordancewith Section 17 of RA 11212 (MORE Power’s franchise law), taking intoconsideration public interest and to ensure the uninterrupted supply ofelectricity until MORE Power has established full operation of the distributionsystem.last_img read more

September 24, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgVERSAILLES, Ind. — This weekend, the Drug Enforcement Administration offers residents a chance to get rid of pills, cough syrup, and other unwanted medications that have been piling up around their homes.The ninth “National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day” will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Versailles Indiana State Police Post.The event is one of the few days of the year where residents can drop off expired or unused prescription medications with no questions asked. This program will not accept needles, police said.Past Take-Back Day events have been hugely successful, collecting more than 324 tons of prescription medications nationwide last October alone.last_img read more

September 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) ELLSWORTH — After three varsity seasons, the Ellsworth Eagle football team has yet to put a win in the scorebook.But as far as Ellsworth coach Duane Crawford is concerned, “each time the players stepped on the field they were victorious.”The Eagles opened the season with a high degree of optimism. But what appeared to be a strong squad at the beginning, with large offensive and defensive lines, only played the opening game against MDI together.“From that point on,” said Crawford, seven starters were out by the end of our third game for various reasons.”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThat required moving several players to positions that were new to them.Austin Smith, a 150-pound defensive back, was converted to an offensive guard.Michael York moved from fullback to tight end for two games, then missed the balance of the season with a knee injury.Damien Carter, a freshman running back, stepped in at tackle for a couple of games.James McAlpine moved from his usual tight end position to guard and tackle.Sophomore guard/tackle Scott Firley played wherever he was needed on both the offensive and defensive lines.Despite that adversity, said Crawford, the team played better than last year and several games were not decided until the third or fourth quarter.“In previous seasons, in most of our games we were playing JV squads by the second half,” he said. “This year, we played three games in which varsity opponents played through all four quarters, and in one game, we were leading 8-6 at the end of the first quarter, which was a first.”Next year will be the first season in which the full offensive backfield likely will be intact for two years in a row.The Eagles lose just three seniors — Robert Cooper, Calob Chipman and Brock Frye.This season, Ellsworth’s wing-T offense generated more than 1,600 yards with running back Devin Wright leading the way, averaging 4.4 yards on 111 carries.Connor Petros averaged 5.1 yards on 70 carries, and York averaged 4.2 yards on 39 carries in just four games.Quarterback Jacob Shorey completed 23 passes for just under 300 yards, 268 of them to Wally Rumill.Defensive returnees will include Wright, who led the team with 24 solo tackles and 15 assists, along with Rumill, Tyler Hardwick and Shorey.“Building a football program from the ground up is a long process,” said Crawford. “But these student athletes remained positive the entire season, worked hard despite overwhelming odds and never quit. They continue to lay the foundation for the program.” Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017center_img Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Latest Posts Biolast_img read more

September 19, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img(REUTERS) – Switzerland won their third Hopman Cup on Saturday as Roger Federer and Belinda Bencic beat Germany’s Alexander Zverev and Angelique Kerber 4-3(3) 4-2 in the deciding mixed doubles to secure a 2-1 victory in the final at the Perth Arena.It was Federer’s second Hopman Cup triumph after victory in 2001 alongside then world number one Martina Hingis.“She (Hingis) had a great career and to have that in a small country like Switzerland is very rare,” world number two Federer said after his country’s latest triumph.“It made me also believe with hard work and dedication you get really far because I didn’t believe that much at that point when I was younger, I thought it was more all talent.”Federer had earlier roared back from a set down to beat Zverev 6-7(4) 6-0 6-2 and give the Swiss a 1-0 lead.Unbeaten in three singles matches in the tournament before the final as he prepares to defend his Australian Open title later this month, the 19-time grand slam champion failed to wrap up the first set despite hitting 20 winners.However, it was only a matter of time before the 36-year-old Federer found his groove as he raced to win the second set 6-0 before sealing victory in the decider with a drop shot.“I was trying to play as aggressively as possible. I‘m maybe better when we’re closer together,” said Federer.“The court plays fast, so it helps if you approach (the net) and do it the right way. It was working out well, so I thought I’d keep going until I had to fix it. That never happened, so I was able to cruise all the way through.”The tie went to a mixed doubles decider after Kerber continued her strong start to the campaign under new coach Wim Fissette by beating Bencic 6-4 6-1 to level the score at 1-1.World number four Zverev finished with one singles win from four matches in a patchy preparation ahead of the year’s first grand slam at Melbourne Park starting on Jan. 15.last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgIndividually, CBA’s Aubrey Mills took the medalist honors, her 18-hole score of 103 two shots ahead of Marcellus’ Kendall Koloski and Grace Alexander.Four of the top seven spots went to the Brothers as Isabella Meade had a 111 to tie for fourth place, while Annie Kilmartin and Maddy Formikell shared sixth place, each posting 125.Bishop Grimes tied Cazenovia for fourth place with 550, the Cobras led by Raquel McDonald, whose round of 125 left her alone in eighth place.Staying unbeaten in the SCAC Metro division, Fayetteville-Manlius put away Cicero-North Syracuse Green 173-262 last Wednesday at Northern Pines, with Bailey Wallace shooting 39 and Lucy Fowler adding a 41. Justine Burness had a 46 and Michaela Papa had a season-best total of 47.Rain had halted most activity early last week. Before that, J-D won again when all of the SCAC Empire division teams gathered on May 9 at Butternut Creek. J-D shot 153, well clear of Central Square and Oswego (174 each), while ESM Blue was fourth with 181 and ESM Orange was sixth with 190.Jones won another individual title, her 32 three strokes ahead of t Kelli Palumbo’s 35. Shiomos and Madeline Ferris tied for sixth place with 43, while Sophia Ferris shared ninth place with 44. Tracey Edson finished with a 50.ESM Blue had Helaina Scolaro part of that large tie for sixth place with 43 as Isabelle Chvoustie paced ESM Orange, her 44 one of six golfers to post that score.Garm, Hannah Johnson, Maggie Saunders and Jessica Carhart each shot 44, with Giavanna Vito adding a 48. Natalie Shields had a 47 for ESM Orange ahead of Angelina Polcaro (49), Mackenzie Roberts, Riley Murphy (50 each) and Bella Sylvester (52).CBA also won a 220-281 league match over Westhill, with Mills again at the forefront thanks to a 48 as Kilmartin shot 52. Meade finished with a 55 and Formikell had a 61.Staying unbeaten in the SCAC Metro division, Fayetteville-Manlius put away Cicero-North Syracuse Green 173-262 last Wednesday at Northern Pines, with Bailey Wallace shooting 39 and Lucy Fowler adding a 41. Justine Burness had a 46 and Michaela Papa had a season-best total of 47.A day later, against C-NS Blue, it was the Hornets winning 166-190, Burness improving to a 39 as Wallace and Fowler both shot 40. Alexandra Egnaczyk added a 47.In boys golf, Manlius-Pebble Hill got a 30 from Johnny Gruninger and a 33 from Grant Lewis at McConnellsville Golf Club during last Wednesday’s 209-305 victory over Altmar-Parish-Williamstown. Tommy Wildhack shot a 46, while Gavin Cardamone had a 47.Bishop Grimes had Charles Falgiatano shoot a 34 in Friday’s match against Jordan-Elbridge, but the Cobras still lost, 228-237, to the Eagles, who had five players shoot 47 or lower. Josh Kuchinski had a 42 for Grimes as Colby Evans added a 49.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story No one could catch the Red Rams’ Lena Jones atop the individual ladder, her 18-hole score of 94 nine shots clear of teammate Sophia Ferris, who tied Oswego’s Elyse Mannicia for second place at 103.J-D pulled away behind a 113 from Eden Shiomos and a 114 from Madeline Ferris as ESM Blue saw Erica Garm tie for sixth place thanks to a round off 111.That same day at Woodcrest, the Onondaga High School League championships featured five teams, and Christian Brothers Academy went to the top with a team total of 452, well clear of runner-up Marcellus and its total of 481. Tags: Bishop GrimesCBAESMF-MGirls golfJ-Dcenter_img Next Tuesday morning, area high school girls golfers teed off at Kanon Valley Country Club in the Section III championships, having made it through a regular season full of early starts and late stops.And many of these sides will arrive with regular-season and league tournament titles in the books following Wednesday’s action.The Salt City Athletic Conference Empire Division tournament took place at the Pompey Club, and Jamesville-DeWitt climbed to the top of the standings, its 421 just ahead of Oswego’s 432 as East Syracuse Minoa Blue was third with 466.last_img read more

August 29, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgInterim head coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Edward Nii Odoom, has rebuffed claims that he is not capable of handling the team on a permanent basis.Odoom’s second match in the job ended up a 3-0 loss at Medeama on Sunday in Week 2 of the Ghana Premier League.The Phobians fell to goals from Prince Opoku Agyemang and Nana Kofi Babil to leave them bottom of the league table after two matches. They lost 1-0 to Berekum Chelsea in Week 1 of the league.After the loss in Tarkwa, Odoom’s capabilities as a coach came under scrutiny and he was resolute in his defense of his work at Hearts of Oak in the first two rounds of the season.”I have coached in Ghana for 30 years. I have handled different teams like Real Sportive and many others.This Hearts of Oak job is not beyond me at all. I am capable of doing the work well.”Odoom was named interim head coach after the departure of Kim Grant from the club before the start of the season.His next assignment will be against Dwarfs at the Accra Sports Stadium in Week 3 of the league.last_img read more

August 28, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgWorld Boxing Organisation (WBO) Bantamweight champion Joseph King Kong Agbeko Wednesday 17th April went to the Head Office of Rlg Communications to present his title to the company. Agbeko defeated Colombian Luis Melendez in Accra in March on a unanimous point decision to win the WBO Batamweight title.The Bantamweight King was presenting the title in appreciation of the financial and other resource support given to him in the buildup to the bout.The award was also meant to coincide with the birthday of Roland Agambire, CEO the AGAMS Groups, which owns the Rlg brand, this Friday.Receiving the award on behalf of Rlg, Group Head of Legal & Corporate Affairs, Prosper Harrison Addo Esq, of the AGAMS Group said the presentation of the title was in fulfillment of the boxer’s promise before the World Title bout.Prosper Harrison Addo Esq indicated the support his outfit gave to Joseph Agbeko was in fulfillment of Rlg’s Corporate Social Responsibility to assist Ghanaian boxers and sportsmen.The Bantamweight King expressed delight for the support from Rlg. He said the support did contribute immensely to his comeback after a two-year absence from the ring. “Rlg have been very supportive, and I really appreciative that. If they continue in this same vein, boxing will grow in Ghana and I believe more world champions will emerge.”Agbeko has indicated that he will soon return to the ring but would be aiming for a higher title in the Bantamweight category.last_img read more

May 31, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img2017 Southland Conference Soccer Week 11 Notes (PDF)After spending three weeks deadlocked atop the league standings, Lamar finally separated last Sunday with a win at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and a McNeese loss at Houston Baptist. With last weekend’s results, LU will claim sole possession of the title with a win or tie in its last regular season matchup against McNeese. If McNeese wins, the two will be named co-champions. • Last In: The final seed in the Southland tournament will be decided by the outcomes of the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi-HBU and Nicholls-Southeastern Louisiana matchups. The Islanders will clinch the No. 8 seed with a win/tie and a Southeastern win/tie. Nicholls will take the eighth spot with a win and an Islanders win; the Colonels can also clinch with a tie and an A&M-Corpus Christi tie. The lone scenario which sees the Lady Lions grab the last spot is a win coupled with an Islanders loss. • National Rankings: Lamar’s Kelso Peskin is tied for second in the nation with 10 assists in all games. She helps pace the Cardinals to a league-high 23 assists in 10 conference games. McNeese’s Savannah LaRicci ranks 13th in the nation with 29 total points in overall play. Against Southland opponents, she has tallied five multi-point games. Additional Storylines: Week 11 Schedule • Tourney Time: Texas A&M-Corpus Christi plays host to the Southland Conference Soccer Tournament for the second-consecutive year at Jack Dugan Stadium. The single-elimination tournament will take place from Wednesday, Nov. 1 to Sunday, Nov. 5 and feature the top eight teams in the league standings at the conclusion of the regular season. While the current top seven teams have clinched spots in the tournament, the last seed is still up for grabs between Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Nicholls and Southeastern Louisiana. The Islanders play at Houston Baptist Friday at 7 p.m. while Nicholls hosts the Lady Lions in its final regular season matchup kicking off at 3 p.m. • Top Two: The meeting between Lamar and McNeese for the regular season championship will be a clash of the conference’s top two offenses. Lamar tops the league in points (67) against league opponents while McNeese ranks second with 64. Both teams have scored 22 goals and average 2.20 per game. McNeese continues to lead the Southland in defense, allowing just six total goals in 10 league games (.60 goals against average), three of which came against them last weekend in a 3-2 loss to HBU. The Cowgirls have posted seven shutouts in conference games. Friday, Oct. 27Southeastern Louisiana at Nicholls*, 3 p.m.Stephen F. Austin at Sam Houston State*, 6:30 p.m.Abilene Christian at UIW*, 7 p.m.Central Arkansas at Northwestern State*, 7 p.m.McNeese at Lamar*, 7 p.m.Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Houston Baptist*, 7 p.m.last_img read more