The Administrative Department for Tourism of the County of Istria and the Institute for Agriculture and Tourism are organizing a conference called “SUSTAINABLE BEACH MANAGEMENT”.The conference will be held in Thursday, March 15, 2018 in Poreč, Hotel Diamant, Magnolia Hall. Study visits to cities and beaches in Porec and Novigrad will be organized in Friday, March 16, 2018The conference is organized to encourage public dialogue on responsible and sustainable beach management in Istria, and will present concrete examples from cities and municipalities in the Region of Tuscany, Cyprus and the County of Istria in which the model is tested and implemented. The Green Beach model is an example of a sustainable beach management model in the Mediterranean. “We believe that the conference is an excellent platform for the further development of this valuable resource in the function of considering further tourism development. The conference is primarily intended for local self-government units and hotel companies, that is, for all those who manage beaches and tourist boards that deal with the promotion and improvement of tourist destinations. ” stand out from the Institute of Agriculture and Tourism.Due to the limited number of participants, their arrival should be confirmed no later than Friday, 9. March 2018. with the exact date of arrival (March 15 and / or March 16, 2018). Applications for participation are submitted to the e-mail address: [email protected] or phone number 052 / 408-309.Conference program SUSTAINABLE BEACH MANAGEMENTOrganisers:Administrative Department for Tourism of the County of Istria and the Institute of Agriculture and Tourismin cooperation with the City of Poreč and the City of NovigradDate:15.-16. March 2018Location:Lectures (March 15, 3) Hotel Diamant, conference hall Magnolia, PorečStudy visits (March 16, 3) Tours of cities and beaches in Poreč and Novigrad15. March 2018.ProgramModerator: dr. Sc. Danijela Poljuha, Institute of Agriculture and Tourism8: 45-9: 15 Registration9: 15-9: 45 Official opening of the conferencemr. sc. Valter Flego, County Prefect of Istriadr. sc. Dean Ban, director of the Institute of Agriculture and Tourism9: 45-10: 00 Review of Istrian tourism 2017Denis Ivošević, Director of the Office of the Istria County Tourist Board10: 00-10: 15 Encouraging sustainable tourism development in the Mediterranean (EU project MITOMED +)dr. sc. Kristina Brščić, Institute of Agriculture and Tourism10: 15-10: 30 Models of integrated tourism in the Mediterranean Plus – MITOMED +Maria Luisa Mattivi, Project Manager, Economic and Tourism Promotion Sector, Region of Tuscany10: 30-11: 00 Presentation of the model “Green Beach” – Cyprusdr. sc. Eudokia Balamou, ANETEL, Larnaca, Cyprus11: 00-11: 30 Coffee break11: 30-11: 45 Presentation of the “Green Beach” from Tuscany – Commune di San VincenzoSimina Chelaru, San Vincenzo Municipality Urban Planning Office11: 45-12: 00 Presentation of the “Green Beach” from Tuscany – Comune di MontignosoRaffaello Gianfranceschi, Councilor of the Municipality of Montignoso12: 15-12: 30 Presentation of the “Green Beach” from Tuscany – Castiglione della PescaiaElena Nappi, Deputy Mayor of the Municipality of Castiglione della Pescaia12: 30-14: 00 Lunch break14: 00-14: 15 Presentation of the research of attitudes and satisfaction of tourists with the destination according toETIS questionnaire (destinations Poreč, Novigrad, Labin / Rabac)dr. sc. Kristina Brščić, Institute of Agriculture and Tourism14: 15-14: 30 Survey results – Green beaches (Novigrad, Rabac, Poreč)Tina Šugar, M.Sc. ing. agr., Institute of Agriculture and Tourism14: 30-14: 45 Green beach – town of NovigradVanja Gorički, B.Sc. oec., advisor for EU projects and international cooperation of the City of Novigrad14: 45-15: 00 Green beach – RabacRobert Mohorović, mag.oec., Senior expert associate for international projects of the City of Labin15: 00-15: 15 Green beach – the city of Porecdr. sc. Damir Hrvatin, Head of the Administrative Department for Spatial Planning and Environmental Protection of the City of Poreč15: 15-15: 30 Discussion and closing of the conference16. March 2018.Study visits8:30 – 10:30 Tour of the city of Poreč, tour of the beach “Gradsko kupalište”11: 00-12: 30 Tour of the city of Novigrad, tour of the beach “Karpinjan”English and Italian translation provided
Victory saw Chelsea move to within nine points of top spot and eased the pressure on the London club’s Italian manager Antonio Conte following a 3-0 loss away to Roma in the Champions League earlier this week.“It’s an important victory,” said Conte. “When you play against Manchester United it’s always a massive game. This type of win is important for our confidence. We showed great desire and passion to win this kind of game.“We can win or lose but our spirit must be this. Last season our spirit was in every game -– we started this season with a lot of problems. We were up and down. This game showed if we want we can.”Chelsea defender David Luiz was not even on the bench for this match and Conte was coy when asked if the Brazilian, in his second stint with the Blues, still had future with the west London club.“I don’t know,” Conte replied. “He has to work really hard otherwise they are on the bench or in the stand.”Meanwhile Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who said the Blues might have won by an even bigger margin, was proud of the team’s resilience.“It is fantastic to defend well but this is a team full of fantastic players and we need to take advantage of that,” he said. “We played like a big team, defended like a big team and we have to be proud.”Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho insisted his side’s Premier League title ambitions were still intact despite a 1-0 loss away to former club Chelsea on Sunday.Alvaro Morata’s 55th-minute goal at Stamford Bridge was enough to give reigning champions Chelsea victory and leave United eight points behind in-form leaders Manchester City.“We are second — not fifth, sixth or seventh or eight,” Mourinho told Sky Sports after his third straight loss at Stamford Bridge since he became United manager.“We have several teams in a more difficult position than we have. Eight points is eight points.“We went through a very difficult phase with important matches against Tottenham, Liverpool and Chelsea without important players.”The Portuguese manager added: “The game was controlled by us and the game was controlled by them. We had chances and they had chances and with the first goal they were able to bring more people to defend.“We tried to change the direction of our game, we created chances to equalise but we couldn’t.“We had chances. If I remember (Romelu) Lukaku shot in the first half and in the last part of the game with the (Marcus) Rashford shot…We had lots of chances to score goals,” Mourinho said.
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LITTLE SILVER – The Red Bank Regional Educational Foundation (RBREF) will present its fourth annual Day at the Races from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 at Monmouth Park.The afternoon has been planned as a family event of horse racing, good friends and food at the Monmouth Park Reserved Picnic Area.Tickets are $50 per person; $25 for RBR faculty, staff and hall of famers; $10 for students, ages 13-18; and free for children 12 and younger. Tickets include admission, racing program and pen and a gourmet lunch. Light spirits and soft drinks are included.New this year for an additional $5, guests can enjoy the new miniature golf course located at the track.The event also will feature a 50/50 and sponsored RBREF race, after which, the 50/50 winner will have his or her picture taken in the winner’s circle.Monmouth Park is located at 175 Oceanport Ave. in Oceanport.All proceeds will fund the RBREF mission of providing grants to support a wide range of educational enrichment, much of which is not included in an increasingly tight school budget.Tickets are limited – last year’s event sold out – and can be purchased online at www.rbrhs.org/Community/EF/events.aspx or by contacting RBREF president Paul Noglows at 732-345-0447 or emailing to [email protected] comcast.net.Since 2008, the education foundation has put to work nearly $100,000 in the classrooms of Red Bank Regional High School with all money raised used to directly enhance education at RBR.
By Christina Johnson HOLMDEL – During a meeting of the governing body Tuesday, Mayor Thomas Critelli read aloud a statement denying allegations he has a conflict of interest concerning a property formerly owned by his development company. That property is currently included in the township’s plan to satisfy its affordable housing obligation.In Dec. 2015, court records show that Danitom Development, Inc., a company co-owned by Critelli and associate Mike Guerra, signed a purchase agreement for a Holmdel property located on North Beers Street near Bayshore Medical Center.That purchase agreement – not be confused with a binding bill of sale – allowed Critelli the flexibility to assign all of the rights, duties, benefits and obligations of the property under that contract to another company in Dec. 2016.That company is Hackensack Investment LLC, an organization owned by his associate, Guerra, says Lea Shave, a resident who is running for Township Committee as an independent.“You bought the property in 2015, and sold it in 2016, that’s an entire year you had that property and were possibly involved in COAH discussions as a committee member,” Shave added, referring to affordable housing obligation planning. “I don’t see that as a rookie mistake. I see that as someone who was possibly taking advantage of development. I think this is a symptom of a lack of transparency and entitlement adopted by our Township Committee.”Shave initiated these allegations against Critelli last week, when she posted photos of public court documents on her Facebook page ElectLeaShave.At the public meeting, Critelli refuted the claim, stating that after Danitom entered the purchase agreement, “I realized as a member of the Township Committee it was better for me to not own investment property in Holmdel to avoid any potential conflict of interest.”By completing the divestiture in 2016, Critelli said he eliminated himself from having any potential conflict of interest in the property and “extinguished any conflict that could have arisen from having an interest in the property moving forward.”In 2017 the Township Committee took two actions relating to COAH, including a vote on a proposed affordable housing settlement agreement and zoning pertaining to affordable housing.Critelli noted that he did not take part in any of those votes and said, “Had I been at the voting meetings I would have placed a recusal on the record out of abundance of caution.”Resident Barbara Singer, a Democrat who is running for Township Committee, said she has no problem with members of the Township Committee conducting business in town or investing in property, “but there is a right way and wrong way to conduct that business.”“There are numerous statements on file about the political gains going on in Holmdel that have not only delayed the finalization of an affordable housing agreement, but have interfered in the ongoing business of others who have tried to seek investments in Holmdel,” Singer added. “I appreciate that you recused yourself from votes regarding COAH, but there have been discussions going on for years that you have been a party to while you were indeed the person on that purchase contract.”Critelli said the only reason an issue has been raised is because in 2017, after the Township Committee approved an affordable housing settlement and that agreement proceeded to litigation, another developer interested in COAH-related properties in Holmdel voiced concerns about the mayor’s past involvement with the North Beers Street parcel.“At the time it went to court a developer raised a concern in a public court filing, which was recently publicized by one of my political opponents. This is not news,” Critelli said.Critelli said that in response to the developer’s concerns he filed a sworn statement under penalty of perjury explaining his 2016 divestiture and certified that neither himself, his immediate family, nor any business he is associated with had any financial interest or stake in the property.Township Administrator Donna M. Vieiro said an update on the status of Holmdel’s COAH litigation is expected to be made public during an upcoming meeting of the governing body in October or November.This article was first published in the Oct. 11-18, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.
Even after losing two of three games on the Island, Wildcats skipper Cary Fisher remains confident there are bigger and better days ahead for the Kootenay-based squad.“Had you watched the game you would not have believed we came up short,” Fisher told The Nelson Daily after the Cats dropped two of three BC Female Midget AAA Hockey League games to the Vancouver Island Hurricanes this past weekend in Campbell River.Vancouver Island won the final two games by 3-1 and 2-1 scores.Kootenay opened the series with a 5-2 win thanks to the two-goal performance of Denomie Vockeroth-Fisher of Rossland.Danica Dahlin (Golden), Kimberley Huisman (Fernie) and Keegan Paterson (Nelson) also scored for the Cats, which held period leads of 3-1 and 4-2.Cats’ netminder Morgan Flynn (Castlegar) was in goal for the win. “This weekend was tough after coming out and playing well enough to score five goals we struggled to find the net in the next two games,” Fisher explained.“The players worked very hard in both losses and we had a great time of possession advantage in both losses.”Vockeroth-Fisher and Stephanie McAuley (Trail) scored the other goals for Kootenay.“I think our goal needs to be more engaged in the moment,” said Fisher.“For non athletes this may seem a bit odd but it works like this — a player can work hard but in the moment they can loose focus even while working hard. We missed the net a lot and we missed open players. “Kootenay, 4-4-1, drops to fourth in BCFMHL standings, but is only one point from second in the six-team league.Fraser Valley Phantom tops the league with an 8-0-2 record.“I guess the best way to describe it is paying attention to details and being more surgical in our approach,” said Fisher, pleased with the play of Keegan Paterson of Nelson, McAyla Yuris (Trail) and Denomie Vockeroth-Fisher.“Simple is best with most things in life and I believe this team will find a simple game very soon.”The Cats are off until November 22 when Kootenay travels to Kelowna for a three-game set against the Okanagan Rockets.
Oil sectorThe World Bank Group approved a US$35 million Development Policy Credit to support Guyana’s efforts to strengthen the financial sector development and fiscal management to better prepare the country to benefit from its newly-discovered oil and gas reserves and transform its oil wealth into human capital.“This financing provides critical support to our reform agenda and efforts to strengthen institutions and build a resilient economy that is capable of withstanding both external and domestic shocks. These reforms will be key to guide the management of oil revenues for the benefit of present and future generations,” Finance Minister Winston Jordan is quoted as saying in a release from the World Bank.While currently nearly one in four people in Guyana live in poverty, experts estimate that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will surge when commercial production of the newly-discovered oil and gas begins. In response, the Government has embarked on a series of reforms to diversify the economy and turn oil windfalls into human development and sustainable growth in the long term.“Guyana is making important strides to promote financial resilience and improve fiscal management, and has embarked on a broad-based reform programme,” World Bank Country Director for the Caribbean, Tahseen Sayed said. “These reforms will be key to build a strong economy that is underpinned by a strategic management of public resources for the benefit of the Guyanese people.”This financing focuses on strengthening financial stability and enabling sound financial development to promote macroeconomic stability and long-term growth. In particular, it will support banking reforms and depositor protection, the establishment of a deposit insurance scheme, implementation of a new insurance law, and the country’s anti-money laundering efforts.This Development Policy Credit, the first of a series of two programmatic financial and fiscal development policy credits, is financed from the International Development Association (IDA).
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant The plan, announced in December, is supported by Los Angeles and San Francisco city governments, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and consumer groups. “This is, we hope, the final lap in a long race to fix a broken system in California, and base it on how you drive, and not where you live,” said Mark Savage, an attorney with Consumers Union, who spoke before a public hearing on the proposal. Minorities living in lower-income urban neighborhoods have long complained of being penalized by the current system, and many were on hand to describe how living in the “wrong” neighborhood can mean sky-high rates, even for drivers without an accident to their name. “It’s time to end socioeconomic discrimination in the auto industry,” said Henry Rosales of the Spanish Speaking Citizens Foundation. Proponents said it is time the state implements the changes described in Proposition 103, approved by voters in 1988, which asked insurers to give more weight to a driver’s safety record and experience instead of gender, marital status, ZIP codes and other factors currently used to calculate rates. SAN FRANCISCO – Urban and rural drivers faced off Friday over a new way to calculate car insurance rates that would be based more on how people drive than where they park their cars. Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi proposed changes he said would make insurance costs more equitable by tying rates to drivers’ records, how long they’ve been driving and how many miles they drive a year – instead of ZIP codes. Rates would likely drop in big cities, where people cover fewer miles and have paid a higher price for living in more congested, risk-prone neighborhoods. But rates would rise in the remote countryside, where a trip to school or work can mean hours behind the wheel. “We’re rural, rural, rural,” said Inyo County Supervisor Linda Arcularius, pointing out that her county has only 10 traffic lights over 10,000 square miles. “Our risk is just so low.” “The aim is to increase fairness and reward consumers with good records,” said Bryant Henley, staff counsel with the California Department of Insurance. Insurance companies don’t think the new plan would accurately reflect the risks drivers face, making the pricing system less fair and going against the intentions of California voters. “You find that you’re now subsidizing one set of individuals through another, and that’s not fair,” said Kate Diehl, legislative advocate for the Association of California Insurance Companies. Farmers and officials from rural communities also opposed the proposal. If the idea is to avoid taxing minorities, the state commissioner should make sure rates don’t go up in rural counties, where immigrants gravitate toward farm jobs, officials from rural areas said. Most of Imperial County’s residents are minorities, and the Southern California county has the state’s highest unemployment and poverty rates, said Supervisor Gary Wyatt. “This will hit our people even harder,” he said. The public-comment period on the proposed changes was extended to March 6. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The overall win in Italy went to Searle, who won both motos. Rattray was classified second and Belgian Joel Roelants, also on a KTM, took the final podium place. The final breakdown of points saw Rattray (636) take the title by 23 points from Searle. Frenchman Nicholas Aubin was third, a massive 207 points behind Searle. The injury bogey struck again in 2007, bringing an early end to Rattray’s season when he damaged a knee, which forced him to miss the final four GPs. DebutRattray made his Motocross World Championship debut in the 2001 European GP in the 125cc class. The following year, 2002, was his first full season in the Championship. He surprised by finishing seventh overall and scored his first ever podium in Belgium. Rattray and his Red Bull KTM team-mate, Briton Tommy Searle, were the only riders in with a chance of winning the world title. Reigning world champion, Italy’s Antonio Cairoli, dropped out of the title race when he injured a knee at the South African GP in Nelspruit in July. Tyla Rattray became the third South African to win a motocross world title when he clinched the MX2 category championship at the Italian Grand Prix in Faenza on Sunday. Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material SAinfo reporter Final World Championship StandingsTyla Rattray 636 pointsTommy Searle 613 pointsNicolas Aubin 406 pointsShaun Simpson 394 pointsRui Goncalves 380 pointsAntonio Cairoli 357 points In 2003, Rattray ended sixth in the 125cc Championship. Italy Grand Prix resultsTommy Searle 50 pointsTyla Rattray 40 pointsJoel Roelants 35 pointsZach Osborne 34 pointsStephen Sword 34 pointsShaun Simpson 27 points He competed in the first year of the MX2 class in 2004 and enjoyed a very good season as he finished runner-up to his KTM team mate Ben Townley for the world title. His successes included victories in Spain, France, and Belgium. The 2008 season is not quite over for him, however. Rattray will be in action for South Africa on 28 September at Donington park in the Red Bull Motocross of Nations. ACL injuryAn anterior cruciate ligament injury kept Rattray out of action for most of the next season after he had opened it with a promising win in the GP of Flanders. On his return he was victorious in all three races he contested, which left him in 15th place in the Championship standings. Searle then walked away with the second moto with Roelants second and American Zach Osbourne, on a Yamaha, in third place. Rattray cruised around to finish in fourth place. First motoThe first moto saw Rattray content to play second fiddle to Searle and make sure of wrapping up the title. Searle led home the South African with Frenchman Anthony Boissiere third on another KTM. Rattray said: “It feels great after I had some tough last years, especially with my ACL. To me this is like a dream come true, the Championship was everything for me.” 15 September 2008 The South African ace has confirmed he will be competing for the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing squad in next year’s MX1 World Championship. Rattray flattered only to deceive in 2006 as injuries again took their toll. He opened with wins in the first three rounds, but with the injuries came inconsistent form and he had to settle for fourth place in the Championship. Second place in the first moto of the final event of the year was enough to give Rattray the title. He went into the event needing 18 points out of a possible 50 to make sure of the championship. Came togetherFinally, in 2008 it all came together as Rattray recorded 13 podiums finishes out of a possible 15 and won four GPs to become world champion. Previous SA world championsThe result saw the 22-year-old Durban rider join Greg Albertyn, who won 250 and 125 world titles, and Grant Langston, who won the 125 championship, as the only South Africans to win world motocross championships.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio River Valley Texas Longhorn Association’s 19th annual Texas Longhorn show was staged at the Wayne County Fairgrounds at Wooster on July 16. The show was organized by president Andrew Morris of Malhonding and past president Tim Mills of Perrysville. The ORVTLA is an affiliate of the International Texas Longhorn Association.Registered Texas Longhorn cattle sparred for championship awards with 56 International Texas Longhorn Association approved classes offered. Contestants came mostly from Ohio, but several were from Indiana, Colorado, Texas and Pennsylvania.The ITLA approved judge for the show was Stacy Workman of Gettysburg, Penn. Stacy and her husband Dan have raised Texas Longhorn cattle for 11 years and are serious competitors in the NETLA circuit. She is a home-school mother of three.Unique classes included early starters “Pee Wee” classes, Youth Halter, Open Halter and Non Halter. Unlike other breeds, ITLA shows are popular for the Non Halter classes where cow/calf pairs, exhibition steers and all ages of registered cattle show freely in the show arena. Unlike traditional shows where cattle are clipped, trimmed, placement corrected with show sticks and especially fitted, each animal is judged casually in the arena. Judging evaluation takes into consideration poise, disposition, mothering ability, travel, as well as all other points of purity and conformation.The crowd in attendance was believed to be the largest of the previous shows. Due to the efficient and clean facility, Tim Mills has already contracted to use the Wayne County Fairgrounds again for the 2017 event.The All Age Grand Champion Non Halter Female was Jam Packed, a 2012 daughter of Jamakizm, owned and exhibited by Dickinson Cattle Co, LLC of Barnesville. The All Age Champion Halter Steer was Clear Mileage by Clear Win, a 2014 steer exhibited by Callan Cattle Co, of Newark. The Grand Champion Halter Female was Misty, a 2013 cow, owned by Tomey Farms, Bedford, Ind. The Grand Champion Halter Bull was Drum Roll, a 2015 son of Drag Iron owned by Dickinson Cattle Co and shown by Kara Dickinson of Barnesville. The All Age Grand Champion Halter Steer was Sir Black Knight born in 2009, owned and shown by Barry Elam, Pataskala.To be a part of Ohio’s fast growing family of Texas Longhorn producers those interested are encouraged to join ORVTLA. To become a member. Contact secretary Martha Sherer at 419-756-8369 or [email protected]