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Vanderburgh County Board of Commissioners Meeting

first_imgDepartment Head ReportsNew BusinessOld BusinessConsent ItemsApproval of July 30, 2019 Meeting MinutesEmployment Changes Health Department: Waiver of ONEP Fees, not overtime for Red Cross Blood Drive on November 21Superintendent of County Buildings: Old Courthouse Boiler Repairs QuoteCounty Council: Request to Surplus Desktop PrinterCounty Auditor: Claims Voucher ReportDADS: Travel Request County Engineer: Department Head ReportClaims Public CommentAdjournmentFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare AGENDA Of The Vanderburgh County Board of CommissionersAugust 6, 2019 At 3:00 pm, Room 301Call to OrderAttendancePledge of AllegianceAction Items Health Department: Administrative Aide Contract with Riley SmithSuperior Court: Professional Services Agreement with Laura M. FairPurchasing:  Joint City/ County/ EVSC Purchase Agreement with Altstadt Office City for Copy Paper last_img read more

Western Indian Ocean up for marine renewables market study

first_imgConsulting services are being sought for the delivery of market study into the challenges and opportunities for the marine renewable energy developments in the Western Indian Ocean (WIO).The WIO market study, for which requests for proposals have been launched by Shernas Limited, will encompass key jurisdictions within the region including Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, South Africa, Madagascar, Mauritius, Comoros and Mayotte, Reunion and Seychelles.The study will provide insight on the state of the WIO, opportunities, and challenges in regards to offshore wind, tidal (in‐stream), wave, and river current or hydrokinetic development.In parallel with the planned work to be undertaken by Shernas Limited to map the key sites for offshore wind, wave and tidal renewable energy in Kenya, the study will also investigate the transportation infrastructure required to service the key sites.The successful contractor is therefore expected to provide a higher level overview for Kenya including transport requirements to develop these renewable energy resources.To realize optimum delivery of support to this sector, transport networks has to be available that provide unrestricted and efficient access to key sites in Kenya’s offshore waters,” said Shernas Limited in the request for proposals.The closing date for submission of proposals has been set for July 31, 2018.It is expected that the final market study document will be delivered 90 days after contract signing, Shernas Limited noted. Illustration (Photo: Pixabay/Creative Commons CC0)last_img read more

Indians Swimming Sectional Prelims Results

first_imgMilan Boys Swimming Sectional Prelims Results @ Columbus.Jarrod Nichols Broke 2 School Records Thursday night at Sectional Prelims. He broke his own school record in the 200 IM (2:16.93) and Broke the 100 Breaststroke record (1:07.73)The 200 Medley Relay qualified 9th —- Nataniel Walter, Jarrod Nichols, Dillon Richardson, Zach Seithel.The 200 Freestyle Relay qualified 11th — Zach Seithel, Devon Rosenbarger, Trevor Richardson, Brandon Summers.The 400 Freestyle Relay qualified 10th — Brandon Summers, Devon Rosenbarger, Dillon Richardson, Jarrod NicholsAll of the Milan’s Swimmers that swam on Thursday qualified for Finals on Saturday.Submitted by Milan Coach Steve Stock with Milan AD Jon Prifogle.last_img read more

Ideye: Goals will come

first_img The Baggies’ £10million buy has failed to score in the Barclays Premier League and has netted just once since his record summer move from Dynamo Kiev. Ideye has struggled for form and fitness, making just three league starts this season, but played all of the Baggies’ 1-0 win over Aston Villa on Saturday. Press Association Striker Brown Ideye has admitted he has struggled to adapt at West Brom, but revealed he has made a goal promise to his son. They go to QPR on Saturday following just their second win in 10 league games with Ideye likely to lead the line again and the 26-year-old insisted he was getting better, while conceding he had made a slow start to his Albion career. “I would say I have been working very hard,” he said. “The gaffer (Alan Irvine) said he wanted me to work hard and at times it has been difficult for me to adapt to the system the team plays. “I have to adjust to what I have to do when the team is playing, but right now I think I’m there and I am just working hard now. “I was always hungry to start for West Brom and I always give my best. “Sometimes it’s difficult but I have to keep on pushing and working hard for the team. “I am getting closer to my best. I have had a lot of things to deal with so I just have to be focused and take it one game at a time.” The Nigeria international’s four-year-old son, Brown Junior, watched the derby win at The Hawthorns and Ideye has vowed to score against Rangers for him. “He always wanted to see the dressing rooms so I had to take him in to see it,” he said. “He is happy we won, but he was disappointed I didn’t score – so I have told him I will score next time.” The pressure had been building on head coach Alan Irvine before Albion’s victory over Villa and Ideye was under no illusions of its importance. “I knew how important the game was for us as players and also for the fans, so I am very happy we won because I couldn’t imagine not winning,” he said. “We knew how important it was and we’re all happy to have the result and I am happy for the team and for myself.” last_img read more

Lady Badgers keep ‘fresh’ focus

first_imgOne of the reasons for the University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team’s recent success during its three-game winning streak has been the improved play of freshmen Mariah Dunham and Rae Lin D’Alie.Dunham, a forward from Watertown, is averaging seven points per game this season, but in Sunday’s victory she stepped up by contributing 11 points and five rebounds.”Mariah Dunham played great,” UW head coach Lisa Stone said. “She embraced the crowd. That’s all Mariah right there. You put a stage out there for her and she’s going to perform.”D’Alie, a point guard from Waterford, also put together a solid campaign against the Gophers, tallying 14 points. Yet, Stone feels it is not so much D’Alie’s scoring but her leadership and ability to distribute the ball that has propelled the team to its current record.”Rae Lin D’Alie has surpassed everybody’s expectations, not only scoring but delivering the basketball,” Stone said. “She’s learned how to get into the point of no return with the (post players) and handle some things.”Mind Trip: maintaining focus on the roadA day after beating border-rival Minnesota in front of a record crowd at the Kohl Center Sunday, Stone said her team must stay levelheaded and shift its focus to the upcoming road games.On Thursday, the Badgers will travel to Indiana to take on the Hoosiers, and Sunday they’ll be in Happy Valley to face the Lady Lions of Penn State.The women’s team has historically had trouble at these two venues, but Stone hopes to change that by keeping the momentum rolling from Sunday’s game.”It’s a new year, and the past is the past,” Stone said. “Any game in the Big Ten on the road is a tough place to play.”You can go back to the past, and we’ve not had success in those two venues, or you can look at this as an opportunity to start something new for us.”Winning ways don’t change focusSunday’s win guaranteed the Badgers a winning record this season, marking the first time Stone has achieved that mark since joining the team in 2003. Although the play of her squad has some people buzzing about potential postseason tournament play, Stone continues to take the season one game at a time.”We don’t talk about [the postseason] at all,” Stone said. “I think a lot of people around us do. … If you get too caught up in that, you’re going to miss what’s happening right in front of you.”Right in front of us right now is a great team.”Even after the exhilarating game Sunday, the Badgers remained focused and relatively subdued, knowing that they still have work ahead of them.”As we go into the next step of the Big Ten, I think that there’s more of a chip on their shoulder, more energy in terms of where we want to go yet this season,” Stone said. “Certainly, we have some momentum right now, we’re excited about where we’re at, and in the end, hopefully, the postseason is what looms for us.”last_img read more

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