FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail IS IT TRUE that some 4th Ward leaders feel that the new owners of Lincoln Estates need to give the soon to be displaced tenants 2 months rent for to help with relocation costs? …some of the 4th Ward leaders also would like for the new owners of Lincoln Estates to give the displaced tenants a deposit on a new rental apartment? IS IT TRUE that Mayor Winnecke is personally calling some of the soon to be displaced tenants of the Lincoln Estates Apartments and telling them he is working on a plan to financially help them out when they leave? …we hope this doesn’t mean that our tax and spend Mayor is planning to give our hard earned tax dollars to the soon to be placed residents of Lincoln Estates to help pay for their relocation costs? IS IT TRUE we are hearing that the majority of City Council members are opposing any plans to help pay for the moving expenses of the soon to be displaced tenants of Lincoln Estates apartments? …that 4th Ward City Councilwoman Connie Robinson is the driving force behind this funding request? …this shall be extremely interesting to watch? IS IT TRUE because the local NAACP was dragged into the Lincoln Estates mess? …the leadership of the local NAACP leadership spent the entire day of Thursday, May 25th at Lincoln Estates investigating and interviewing residents so they could understand whats going on? …a full report of the local leadership findings must be sent to the to the National NAACP office? .,,,a full report should be completed by Friday, June 2, 2017 and shall be sent to the National NAACP office?Todays “READERS POLL” question is: Would you like to know who were the owners of Lincoln Estates before Bayview Loaning Service LLC took over the ownership of this property in 2016??We urge you to take time and click the section we have reserved for the daily recaps of the activities of our local Law Enforcement professionals. This section is located on the upper right side of our publication.If you would like to advertise or submit and article in the CCO please contact us City-County [email protected] IS IT TRUE we been told that a Multifamily Property Management firm out of Indy managed Lincoln Estates before the new owners of this apartment complex took over? …if Flaherty and Collins did managed the Lincoln Estates apartments maybe a good investigative reporter from the main stream media could find out who owned this property before it went into bankruptcy?IS IT TRUE that many people are in a near state of panic that the conversion of the 112 units at Lincoln Estates from Section 8 housing to market rate privately owned housing will start an avalanche of gentrification in the areas bordering downtown Evansville?…the reality is that without Ivy Tech nursing students who numbers would had been around 1,500 a housing gentrification avalanche is not going to happen?…there is certainly sufficient demand for the 112 units of Lincoln Estates in the market rate pool but beyond that there are no economic drivers to start an avalanche?…with this project and the McCurdy which is finally open after 9 long years the short term needs for $800 to $1,000 apartments will be filled? …thanks to our local and state elected officials the housing panic can end since there will be no Ivy Tech nursing students locating to downtown Evansville?IS IT TRUE some folks living in the 4th Ward are worry that the practice of gentrification may be happening the near downtown area?IS IT TRUE that Pastor Brooks, Councilwoman Robinson and Mayor W.innecke promised to meet with the new owners of Lincoln Estates to see about extending the move-out date of the soon to be displaces tenants? …that our tax and spend Mayor is considering transferring $100,000 of our hard earned tax dollars into the Housing Trust Fund to aid in the relocation expenses of the tenants of Lincoln Estates residents?
By U.S. Embassy in Peru August 12, 2020 On July 27, the U.S. government delivered two state-of-the-art medical isolation units for patient transfer to the Peruvian National Police. The modern units are especially important to save lives amid the COVID-19 pandemic.The medical isolation and transport unit, known as EpiShuttles, guarantees utmost biosecurity to provide assistance and treatment when transferring COVID-19 patients. The donation of these units, in addition to personnel training for proper handling, is worth $235,000.During the handover ceremony, Denison Offutt, chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Peru, stressed that U.S. help to Peru amid the COVID-19 pandemic has reached $20 million so far, and included 250 modern ventilators that were recently donated to Peru to distribute in different regions of the country.
I probably will get a lot of grief for this title, but this what a lot of my friends call their weekly golf excursions. Batesville has a large group that either travels to North Branch on Mondays or some other local course and plays a good round of golf. After golf I think they spend a little time at the 19th hole. Unless you do not like to be with people, this is a great way to enjoy your retirement years. First of all, you get to shoot the **** (or something like that) and second, there are many ways to set up a sporting proposition that adds just a little more interest to the game. Most of them play for nickels and dimes, so even if your golf is a bit lacking in skill, you won’t lose the car on a game. It also is a great way to exercise–especially when you leave the golf cart in the shed and walk 9 or 18 holes. Most of the local courses have special rates at least one day of the week or have some kind of senior discount as well. The weekly games become bragging rights at breakfast the next morning, and this is another way to spend those retirement years away from the TV set or rocking chair. Another thing nice is that most of the guys are very flexible in each others’ skill levels so that all feel pretty much at home. There are all kinds of ways to handicap a round and keep it fun and fair. After all, most of these guys play golf for fun and most weren’t on “the tour” before they retired. If you enjoy golf and like to play with a group, just go to one of these courses, usually on Monday morning, and join in. I am sure you will enjoy it.
A look at what’s happening around the majors Tuesday:___NEW DIGSBaseball’s nomads, the Toronto Blue Jays, finally move into their new home at Sahlen Field in Buffalo, New York, when they play the Miami Marlins. It’ll be the first time this year the Blue Jays are the host team. Canada’s government wouldn’t let them hold games at Rogers Centre in Toronto, fearful of opponents traveling into the city amid the coronavirus pandemic. Pittsburgh offered to let the Blue Jays play at PNC Park when the Pirates were on the road, but Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf wouldn’t sign off on it.That left the club’s Triple-A affiliate in Buffalo, which last hosted a regular-season Major League Baseball game in 1915 when the Buffalo Blues finished sixth in the eight-team Federalist League. The wait hasn’t been quite as long for the Blue Jays, who spent the first two-plus weeks of the season bouncing from Tampa to Washington to Atlanta to Boston waiting for preparations at 16,600-seat Sahlen Field (all but a few of which will be empty) to be complete.“We haven’t played in Buffalo, so it’s still a road trip it feels like,” said Toronto manager Charlie Montoyo, whose team is 5-8 after hopscotching up and down the East Coast. “But I’m going to say after the first couple of games, then it kind of becomes our home ballpark.”SUSPENSION SUSPENSEThe A’s and Astros are awaiting word from Major League Baseball about likely punishments stemming from a bench-clearing fracas Sunday. Oakland outfielder Ramon Laureano said Monday he charged Houston’s dugout after Astros hitting coach Alex Cintrón made a crude remark about his mother, sparking the melee. A’s manager Bob Melvin is calling for harsh punishments for Cintrón. Houston skipper Dusty Baker said Cintrón is “remorseful.”PARTY FOULIndians right-hander Mike Clevinger won’t make his scheduled start against the Cubs after Cleveland learned he joined rotation-mate Zach Plesac in violating COVID-19 protocols by going out after a game Saturday in Chicago. Plesac was forced to travel home separately from the club Sunday, while Clevinger flew home with teammates without disclosing that he had been with Plesac.Cleveland said Clevinger will be quarantined and tested until he registers two negative results in 72 hours. Clevinger and Plesac could be facing additional discipline from the team.In other Indians news, manager Terry Francona will return to the club after missing eight games to rest while dealing with a gastrointestinal condition that has bothered him since spring training in Arizona.MAX IS BACKNationals ace Max Scherzer (0-1) is set to make his scheduled start against the Mets at Citi Field after leaving his previous outing early because of a hamstring issue. The three-time Cy Young Award winner lasted only one inning last Wednesday against New York due to a hamstring problem that first cropped up July 29 versus Toronto. But he felt good while throwing a bullpen Sunday and will try to keep Washington rolling in the wake of a 16-4 blowout over the Mets in the opener of a four-game series Monday.Image credits: AP Associated Press Television News WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV FOLLOW US Last Updated: 11th August, 2020 09:37 IST LEADING OFF: Blue Jays Debut In Buffalo; Clevinger Out Baseball’s nomads, the Toronto Blue Jays, finally move into their new home at Sahlen Field in Buffalo, New York, when they play the Miami Marlins Written By First Published: 11th August, 2020 09:36 IST COMMENT