WNYNewsNow File Image.WASHINGTON — A new bipartisan bill proposed by Congressman Tom Reed seeks to help smaller airports across the nation, including the one near Jamestown.Reed’s “Restoring Essential Service to Small Airports Act”, would help smaller but economically essential airports across the country, like the Jamestown Regional Airport, rejoin the Essential Air Service (EAS) program. The bill would also provide a much-needed boost to local economies while guaranteeing access to commercial air service.“We care about our region’s access to national air travel because working families and businesses depend on the availability of affordable commercial flights,” said Reed. “The Essential Air Service Program must restore its role as a facilitator of air services in communities like Jamestown, New York to ensure the local economy of Western New York is not unfairly left out of new economic development opportunities.”“The Essential Air Service program is an important part of growing our Chautauqua County Jamestown Airport and breathing new life into the operations,” said Chautauqua County Executive P.J. Wendel. “Small airports like ours are a critical piece of infrastructure for business retention and economic development efforts. Not only is this important for corporate and business travel, but having commercial service available offers a local, no-hassle flying opportunity for our residents and visitors, boosting our tourism and hospitality industry. I thank Congressman Reed for introducing this bill and his continued efforts to get commercial air service back in Chautauqua County through the Essential Air Service program.” The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Essential Air Service (EAS) program provides critical air service to smaller regional airports, connecting local communities to major hubs, and supporting economic growth. In January of 2018, the U.S. Department of Transportation terminated the EAS agreement with the Chautauqua County Jamestown Airport. Many efforts have been made by Chautauqua County government officials, as well as Rep. Reed, to get commercial flight service reinstated.Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),Outstanding.,Let’s pump millions more $ into an airport NO ONE uses …… Buffalo is only 1.5 hrs away, Erie is 1hr…..NY is BROKE, this is a complete waist of $$$$$$, 10-26-2006 = $2,067,000 grant8-2020= $274,000 (this includes Tree Removal)2019= Jamestown realized about $97,435 in income last year with over $685,000 in expense. No business owner in their right mind would keep open a business with these numbers.Cost in 2019 to keep open the Jamestown Airport $685,000Income generated= $97,435For those not good in math, They operated at a loss of $587,565…………..STOP BAILING OUT FAILING BUSINESSES……………….. NYS IS BROKE
VT State Road Closure StatusZoom to area – Download KMLLegendClosedClosed – Authorized Vehicles OnlyOpen w/Restrictions: click item for infoLimited Service – Expect DelaysNormal Service RestoredNo Damage ReportedThe effects of Tropical Storm Irene continue to be felt around Vermont, as we discover new infrastructure failures on a daily basis. Due to these hazardous and unstable conditions, extreme caution must be used in traveling any of the roads in the affected areas as road conditions continue to change.Source: Vermont Agency of TransportationVT State Bridge ClosuresZoom to area – Download KMLLegendBridge ClosedOpen w/Restrictions: click item for infoBridge Open, Reduced LevelsSource: Vermont Agency of TransportationLocal Roads and BridgesZoom to area – Download KMLLegendRoad ClosedLimited Service – Expect DelaysBridge ClosedBridge Open, Reduced LevelsErrors and omissions may exist. Please exercise caution when driving in affected areas!Source: VT Regional Planning Commissions -vapda.org and ccrpcvt.org In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, Vermont was hit with what the Governor called the worst flooding in a century. Many roads and bridges are still out. For the latest information, scroll down this list to see more available map layers, and see the websites linked here:VT Governor Peter Shumlin on TwitterVermont Agency of TransportationVermont Outage MapCVPS Outage InformationVT ResponseFor latest map click HERE or on the partial map shown (map is from 9/22/2011. The entire state map can be found by clicking this link)
Loading… Odion Ighalo is in line to make his Manchester United debut in tonight’s clash against Chelsea. Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own EyesA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs9 Great Actors Who Will Always Be Defined By One Role But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side remain without Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Scott McTominay for the trip to Stamford Bridge. Solskjaer confirmed last week that former Watford striker Ighalo will travel to London with the squad. He said: “He’ll travel with us and let’s see if he’s involved or not. “He’s done his [training programme] and it was always going to be a case of him having to integrate into the group anyway after having been out in China. “He needs to get used to the players and the team and up to speed as quick as he can.” Ighalo made his first appearance at United’s Carrington base on Sunday following his Deadline Day move from Shanghai Shenhua. The 30-year-old had been training alone as a precautionary measure amidst coronavirus fears. But he could lead the line for United as they look to bounce back from the bore draw with Wolves at the start of the month. De Gea looks set to start between the sticks with Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw ahead of him. Nemanja Matic is likely to start alongside Fred – who jetted off to the Maldives for his second honeymoon earlier this month. And Bruno Fernandes is in line to make his first appearance for the club away from home. United’s squad flew to Marbella in Spain for a warm-weather training camp during the Premier League’s winter break. McTominay and team-mate Axel Tuanzebe travelled with them, but will not be fit for the clash against Lampard’s side. Pogba remains out of action with an ankle injury while Rashford continues his recovery from a back problem. Solskjaer added: “I don’t think we’ll get anyone back for the Chelsea game. “Because Scotty, Axel, Tim, they didn’t join too much so they’re not ready to play that game. And Paul is not ready, of course. “How do we go about playing without Marcus, Paul, Scott? You deal with it. Read Also:Odion Ighalo arrives at Man Utd’s Carrington HQ for first time “We’ve got players who are going to get a chance. They’ve now had a rest, a great rest.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Luella Rousey, age 72 of Batesville, died Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at Highpoint Health in Lawrenceburg. Born January 13, 1946 in Dearborn County Indiana, she is the daughter of Nancy (Nee: Burns) and Clendus Massett. She married Charles “Al” Rousey December 3, 1983 in Greensburg and he preceded her in death October 22, 2009. She worked as an assembler 37 years at Hill-Rom before retiring in 2008.Family was everything to Luella. She loved spending time with her children and grandchildren, going to eat with them and the frequent phone calls. She and Al were able to travel quite a bit and although they saw a lot of the country, Luella preferred the trips that took them out west. Her family teased that she had a few quirky traits that made them laugh. A clean freak, her house was immaculate. Inside was always spotless and outside the trees, shrubs and lawn were well manicured. Also, Luella apparently loved coupons and singer George Jones as well.She is survived by her daughter Bobbi Jo Herbert-James of Lawrenceburg; grandchildren Christopher (Amber) Herbert of Lawrenceburg, Joshua Herbert of Northgate, Ohio, Jeremy Herbert of Lawrenceburg; great grandchildren Emily Herbert, Hunter and Kale Waldon, Aubrielle Jones, Diem Herbert, Tristyn Herbert and sister Shirley Burns of Ft. Wayne. In addition to her husband and parents, she is also preceded in death by her son Edward Lunsford and brothers Floyd, Robert, Louis, John and Alan Massett.Luella’s wishes were to be cremated. A private inurnment service will be held at the Gibson Cemetery in Bright. Weigel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Puig spent the first six years of his MLB career with the Dodgers before he was sent to the Reds in a December trade.Reds manager David Bell praised Puig’s performance with the team so far. MLB trade rumors: Rays have ‘checked in’ on Nicholas Castellanos, spoken with Giants about relievers MLB trade rumors: Tigers’ asking price for Matthew Boyd could prevent deal MLB trade rumors: ‘Chances are pretty high’ Mets move Zack Wheeler before deadline “It’s been impressive,” Bell said. “It doesn’t really feel like it’s going away. I think he really made some good adjustments. He’s on time with the fastball and it’s allowing him more time to recognize the off-speed pitches. He’s hitting the ball hard, really hard, consistently. He’s been hot, but I think he worked hard to get to the point he’s gotten and hopefully, he can keep that going.”President of baseball operations Dick Williams said at the All-Star break the Reds were planning to be buyers this month, but they’re just 3-5 in their last eight games, which could change that thinking, according to The Athletic.The Reds entered Wednesday 6 1/2 games out of the second National League wild-card spot with a 46-53 record. Puig is slashing .262/.311/.496 with 22 home runs and 59 RBIs in 94 games with Cincinnati this season. He has also scored 49 runs and stolen 13 bases.“When I’m going into each AB, (I’m) looking for something I can hit, something in the zone that I can make contact (with),” Puig said about his success this season, via Cincinnati.com. “In the first couple of weeks, I go into there to try to get hits and swing at every ball. Now, I slowed down myself, try to put the ball in play and that’s helped me out a lot.” Related News Yasiel Puig may be with a new team soon.The 28-year-old outfielder is “a particularly strong candidate to be moved” by the Reds before the July 31 trade deadline, according to a report from The Athletic, which cited unidentified league sources.
Los Angeles, United States | AFP | Tiger Woods continues his comeback this week at Riviera Country Club, where he’ll be paired with Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas in the first two rounds of the Genesis Open.Three weeks after finishing tied for 23rd at Torrey Pines, where he made his first US PGA Tour start in a year, Woods returns to a Riviera course where he has plenty of history but relatively little success.Woods was a reedy 16-year-old when he made his first PGA Tour start at Riviera, playing on a sponsor’s exemption and missing the cut.He went on to pile up 79 US tour titles and 14 major championships, but in 10 appearances at Riviera his best finish was second place in 1998, which he followed with a tie for second in 1999.Of the professional events Woods has entered at least four times, it is the only one he has not won, and he last played the tournament in 2006.Woods will tee off with four-time major-winner Mcilroy and reigning USPGA Champion Thomas on Riviera’s 10th tee at 7:22 a.m. (15:22 GMT) on Thursday. While Woods was recovering from spinal fusion surgery last April, and McIlroy battled through a season an injury plagued 2017, Thomas counted his first major title among his five victories last season and has already notched one win in the 2017-18 campaign, in the CJ Cup in South Korea.Woods said he thought 20-something players like Thomas are starting to see him as a competitor thanks to his two solid outings in the unofficial Hero World Challenge and at Torrey Pines.Woods sounded confident that his game would soon having contending with the emerging stars, but he admitted one conversation with Thomas this week brought him up short.“He asked me when did I play in this tournament as an amateur,” Woods said. “i said, yeah, I was 16, 1992.“He said that was the year before I was born. That really put things in perspective really fast.”Share on: WhatsApp
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Prelate saying a prayer over the remains of the late Ambassador KarpehThe Minister of Foreign Affairs says the late Ambassador Carlton Alexwyn Karpeh (CAK) will be remembered for his versatility, eloquence, excellent deportment and patriotism.“He was a man of integrity and unusual modesty. He sacrificed his personal pride for the service of his country. These sterling qualities are rarely found in one person.“As we say farewell to Ambassador CAK, we thank God that he lived a full and fruitful life among us and recall that death is not the beginning of a voyage, but the end of one; it is not the start of a mysterious and dangerous journey across an unknown and vast ocean, but the arrival at the safe harbor. Carlton has arrived,” she indicated.A Foreign Ministry release states that Madam Marjon Kamara made the assertion when she delivered a tribute on behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Government of Liberia at the funeral of the late Carlton Alexwyn Karpeh at the Trinity Cathedral Episcopal Church on Saturday, March 25, 2017.The late Ambassador Karpeh (85), who died in the early morning hours of Tuesday, February 28, 2017, in Paynesville, was former senior Ambassador-at-Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and earlier former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Liberia to the Republic of Cameroon and countries in the Central African Region and Doyen of the Diplomatic Corps.Before then, he also served as Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism and earlier, Assistant Minister for Public Affairs and Tourism, Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism.Foreign Minister Kamara said the death of Ambassador Karpeh tore off a valuable leaf from a branch of the Liberian national tree and the Government and people of Liberia including his family were thrown into a state of grief.“Indeed the Government, especially the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is deeply saddened by the death of a former colleague who has made numerous and invaluable contribution to the Republic,” she asserted, adding, “We extend gratitude to the Karpeh family for sharing this great mind with us for most of his useful life in the service of his country.”Continuing, Madam Kamara said, “CAK”, as he was called by his friends and admirers, was a patriot and nationalist who lived the truest meaning of those words. “He learned at an early age to devote his energy and work to his country, standing tall and engraving his name indelibly in the records of our Ministry.”Also paying a tribute to the memory of the late Ambassador Karpeh was the Ambassador of the Republic of Cameroon to the Republic of Liberia, His Excellency Beng’yela A. Gang.In his tribute on behalf of the Government and people of Cameroon, Ambassador Gang said, “whether it be from the angle of academic, journalistic, governmental or diplomatic exploits, whether it be from the perspective of his diverse social attachments Amb. Karpeh left an unrivaled image of professionalism and commitment to the fortification of bilateral relations between Liberia and Cameroon during his 16-year tenure as Liberia’s Ambassador to Cameroon.”Ambassador Gang laid two wreaths on the casket bearing the remains of the late Ambassador – one in the name of the Government of Cameroon in grief and respect for a great friend, bridge-builder and diplomat; and the other, on behalf of the Embassy in Monrovia and of the Cameroon community in Liberia in gratitude for his solidarity with them.Others that paid tribute included the House of Representatives and his family, read by his son, Martin C. Alexwyn Karpeh.The late Ambassador Karpeh was laid to rest at the Kaiser Memorial Lawn Cemetery in Brewerville, outside Monrovia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that somewhere in the Giants’ files is contact information for Roger Craig.Farhan Zaidi ought to consider making that call.On Thursday Zaidi, the Giants president of baseball operations, made a different call, dropping in on KNBR’s Tolbert, Krueger & Brooks show. The subject: Oracle Park’s eccentricities that tend to suppress runs and hits.“I think as we look through the numbers,” Zaidi said, “there’s a certain psychology to guys feeling like, this …
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Even though baby boomers make up more than one quarter of all US Internet users, and even though the majority of this group spends over five hour per week online, a new survey by Burst Media found that only 14% of boomers feel that the content on the Internet is focused on people their age. An even smaller number of boomers (9.9%) thinks that Internet advertising is focused on their demographic. With regards to social networks, most boomers also think that these sites are not focused on people their age.According to Burst Media, close to 80% of women and 76% of men under 34 belong to at least one social networking site. For baby boomers, these numbers drop to 50% and 44% respectively. Part of the problem here is that boomers don’t think that these social networks are focused on their age group. Only 11.9% of boomers who belong to a social networking site think that the site is geared to people their age. As the Burst Media survey notes, boomers actively look for different things online than younger users. Young adults look for entertainment news (49%), games (41%), local and national news (37%), and social media sites (36%). Boomers, on the other hand, are far more interested in local and national news (55%), shopping info (41%), and health info (40%).According to the Pew Internet and American Life Project, Boomers make up 34% of Internet users in the US, and as a recent report from Forrester Research pointed out, this group is quite comfortable with creating and consuming social media. Social networks, however, still haven’t quite found the right angle to draw these users in. Bonus: Would Your Life be Disrupted if You Couldn’t Get Online? 83% Say So83% of respondents to this survey say that their daily routines would be disrupted if they couldn’t get online. 41% even say that their lives would be ‘significantly disrupted.’ Interestingly, slightly more women (43.9%) than men (39.3%) think that their lives would be significantly disrupted without access to the Internet.These are pretty impressive numbers, though we have to keep the methodology of this survey in mind. All of the respondents were Internet users, and this was an online survey. If Burst Media had also surveyed offline users, these number would probably have been slightly different. frederic lardinois Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#news#NYT#web