The House of Assembly is in Session Today

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 17 Nov 2014 – The House of Assembly is in session this morning… on the agenda, several bills to amend the National Insurance Board ordinance which in one case will mean a raised ceiling on wages… and the Encouragement of Development Bill Amendment is also on the agenda. Among the questions to be raised is one where the Opposition will ask government if the UK Appointed CFO has denied their request for certain concessions and is asking for the PNP Administration’s policy on concessions. The House will be carried live on national radio. Recommended for you TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Budget cuts hurt, but necessary says TCI Deputy Premier in parliamentary debate on hurricane funds Related Items:amendment, encouragement of development bill, house of assembly, national insurance board ordinance, opposition, pnp administration Minister of Works puts government buildings reconstruction post hurricanes at $8.6mlast_img read more


first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 05 Jan 2015 – Voting has been launched and Miss Teen Universe TCI Malique Ferette is hoping for our support. Look for Miss Teen Universe Official page on Facebook; hunt down Malique and give her your ‘like’ – the contestants are listed in alphabetical order, by country. Up to news time, only 27 of us had liked Malique’s profile and yet, she is well ahead of countries like The Bahamas and Canada. Again find it on Miss Teen Universe Official on Facebook. The pageant is set for Guatemala in February. Related Items:facebook, Malique ferrette, Miss teen tci, miss teen universe Haiti Tech Summit draws over 500 participants, high profile Silicon Valley reps Results in for 2nd Miss Teen TCI; called a close contest Recommended for you Amber Hall gets Miss Congeniality at Teen Universe pageant Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

Customs Import Duty Exemption Order 2017

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, September 14, 2017 – Providenciales – TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDSCUSTOMS (IMPORT DUTY EXEMPTION) ORDER 2017ARRANGEMENT OF PARAGRAPHS PARAGRAPHCitation and commencementImport duty exemptionTURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDSCUSTOMS (IMPORT DUTY EXEMPTION) ORDER 2017 (Legal Notice of 2017)MADE by the Minister of Finance under section 70(1)(c) of the Customs Ordinance.Citation and commencementThis Order may be cited as the Customs (Import Duty Exemption) Order 2017 and shall come into operation on 14th September 2017 and expire on 31th October 2017.Import duty exemption(1) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the Customs Tariff (General) Order, import duty shall not be payable in respect of goods of any description specified in the Schedule imported into the Islands during the period specified in paragraph 1.(2) For the avoidance of doubt, food items and building materials that are zero rated may be imported as is usual.SCHEDULEFOOD AND OTHER GOODSCanned foodWaterSugarJuicesCerealsCrackersTeaCoffeeCooking oilCanned peasCanned beansDried peas/beansDiapersSanitary napkinsHygiene kits (tooth paste, deodorant)Disposable plates and utensilsToilet paperBlanketsTarpaulinFirst Aid kitsBuckets/containersMopsBroomsBleachDetergentDisinfectantKitchen setsWash tubsFlashlightsBatteriesSchool suppliesPet foodTrash bagsChargeable batteriesBattery operated lanternsBattery operated toolsGenerators (all sizes and fuel types)Fuel containersOilPortable fansGENERAL CONSTRUCTION/BUILDING MATERIALConcrete blocksSheet rockAggregate/Fill Material/AsphaltLumberPlywoodStructural steel and sheetsFasteners (screws, nails, bolts)Zinc sheets and other roofing materialElectrical conduits, boxes, fixtures, wires, etc.Plumbing pipes, fittings and fixturesFinishing materials (paint, shore coat, etc.)Windows and doors materialsHurricane strapsFloor finishes (hardwood flooring, tiles, stain, varnish, etc.)Construction tools and equipmentElectrical wiresFencingRoof sealingPeal and sealMADE this 14th day of September 2017.SHARLENE CARTWRIGHT-ROBINSON MINISTER OF FINANCEEXPLANATORY NOTE(This Note is not part of the Order)This Order exempt certain goods from the payment of customs duties in order to mitigate the effects of hurricane Irma on persons residing in the Islands and to assist in their recovery.  For the avoidance of doubt, food items and building materials that are zero rated may be imported as is usual.last_img read more

Gattuso delighted to work with Ivan Gazidis

first_imgAC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso has welcomed former Arsenal top executive Ivan Gazidis to the club and then went further to claim he wants to improve as a managerToday new CEO Gazidis visited the training ground and had lunch with the Coach, directors Leonardo and Paolo Maldini.“Gazidis is a man who knows football, who took Arsenal to excellent sporting and economic levels. He’s fascinating when he speaks and you gladly listen to him, as you can tell his experience,” said Gattuso in his Press conference via Football Italia.Rumours are widespread Milan are in negotiations to bring Cesc Fabregas in from Chelsea.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“Of course I’d like to work with Fabregas, much as I’d like to work with Luke Modric and Ngolo Kante. These are all questions for Leonardo and Maldini, not for me.“At this moment, I assure you, I don’t want to think about the transfer market. If a deal is 80-90 percent done, then they talk to me.”There was almost an extraordinary signing last year, as former director of sports Massimiliano Mirabelli claimed he was in advanced negotiations to take Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid, long before he went to Juventus for €100m.“If Mirabelli said that, then it’s true. There are also many other elements in there, which I also confirm. You wanted a few more details, eh?” smiled Gattuso.last_img read more

Balotelli says monkeys are more intelligent than racists

first_imgA French documentary titled ‘I am not a monkey’ which dealt with issues about racism in football features Mario Balotelli, Samuel Eto’o and Patrick Vieira among stars.The documentary will be shown on Canal+ on January 6 but clips from the documentary has been released in advance.Italy international Balotelli, in the documentary interview, revealed the abuse he has received from racists, including in his own homeland.“I have nothing against monkeys,” he shrugs.“In fact, I can 100 percent tell you that monkeys are more intelligent than them (racists).”Mario BalotelliCorini tells Balotelli to “raise his game” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 According to the Brescia coach, Mario Balotelli “needs to raise his game if he wants to face Juventus” as his team is set to host Bologna.The documentary which was given a French title ‘Je ne suis pas un singe’ was made by Marc Sauvourel and former Roma midfielder Olivier Dacourt.”Je ne suis pas un singe”, le racisme dans le football. 🎥Un nouveau documentaire d’@dacourtolivier et @Marc_Sauvourel à découvrir dimanche 6 Janvier à 21H sur @canalplus 📰 :— Canal Football Club (@CanalFootClub) December 23, 2018last_img read more

Pep Guardiola warns Liverpool about pressure

first_imgManchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes Liverpool are showing the same hunger his team showed last season, but insists the pressure of being favorites is tough to handle.Jurgen Klopp’s men can increase their lead over City to 10 points should they win Thursday’s clash between the two clubs at the Etihad Stadium.Liverpool are still unbeaten in the Premier League and looking strong as the Citizens were when they won the league last season.Guardiola said, according to BT Sport:“My feeling is last season it was a little bit easier to maintain that hunger because 80 per cent of the players had not won anything in our lives.”“I can feel what they feel, the Liverpool players. After 29 years not winning the Premier League, to be there to win the Premier League, I understand.Roberto Firmino, LiverpoolVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“I said to the players, that’s difficult to handle.”City, who are currently seated in third position, are now facing a different kind of pressure in trying to usurp Liverpool at the top of the Premier League standings.Guardiola admits he is uncertain if his players are capable of mounting such a challenge.He said: “If it is different pressure, we have to live it, we have to handle it.”“What do I think? Yes, we are ready. I (personally) don’t have doubts, but honestly I don’t know (for certain).”last_img read more

Third homeless bridge tent shelter opens in East Village

first_img Updated: 2:31 PM Ed Lenderman Ed Lenderman, Third homeless bridge tent shelter opens in East Village 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The last of three large tent shelters for San Diego’s homeless opened in the East Village Thursday morning.The ”bridge shelter” is designed to host families and single women and will house up to 150 people each day. It is operated by Father Joes Villages and will offer services specifically geared toward families and their children.“These bridge shelters are giving hundreds of homeless folks who want to turn their lives around the opportunity to do so,” Mayor Kevin Faulconer said. “This new shelter is a safe place for families and women who had nowhere else to go. It will provide the stability they need as they work toward finding a home to call their own.”There are several child-centered services specific to this shelter, including access to daycare, behavioral interventions, speech and language therapy, a teen club and literacy services.Like the other two shelters, this one at 14th and Commercial streets includes storage, showers, bathrooms, laundry services, alcohol and substance abuse counseling and mental health services, according to the mayor’s office.Each resident will be assigned a case manager and housing navigator who will develop a plan to get them permanently housed.City officials were pressured to act by an outbreak of hepatitis A that killed 20 people and sickened hundreds — about two-thirds of whom were either homeless, users of illegal drugs or both. The rate of new infections has slowed in recent weeks.The first tent shelter, for single adults, opened Dec. 1 at 16th Street and Newton Avenue in Barrio Logan and is run by the nonprofit Alpha Project.The other is located in the Midway District and is designed to serve veterans. It is run by Veterans Village of San Diego.The East Village shelter will be open through November. Father Joe’s Villages in early 2019 plans to build permanent supportive housing on the site.“As we prepare to build permanent homes to address the shortage of affordable housing for those who are homeless, setting up this temporary shelter on our available lot is simply the right thing to do,” says Deacon Jim Vargas, president of Father Joe’s Villages. “Our community’s homelessness crisis demands both forward thinking and immediate action.”The three bridge shelters have brought the number of shelter beds in San Diego to 2,040, according to the mayor’s office. center_img January 5, 2018 Posted: January 5, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Father Joe’s Villages, homeless, Kevin Faulconer FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Man fatally stabs uncle in Pacific Beach condominium

first_img Posted: January 17, 2018 Man fatally stabs uncle in Pacific Beach condominium KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwittercenter_img Updated: 5:07 PM January 17, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A 37-year-old man stabbed his 66-year-old uncle to death this morning inside a Pacific Beach condominium where both men lived, police said.A 911 caller reported the attack at 1:18 a.m. inside The Plaza Condominiums at 1855 Diamond Street after the wounded victim ran to the caller’s door knocking and asking for help, San Diego police homicide Lt. Mike Holden said. At the time, the victim was suffering from “multiple stab wounds to his body” but was still alive.Responding officers arrived at the scene and found the 66-year-old victim lying in a second-floor hallway, Holden said.“Officers provided immediate medical aid to the victim, who was transported by paramedics to Scripps (Memorial Hospital) in La Jolla,” Holden said. “Unfortunately, the victim was pronounced deceased at the hospital.”At the condo where the victim lived, officers found and arrested the suspect, identified by police only as the victim’s 37-year-old nephew. The names of both men were being withheld pending family notifications.Homicide detectives did not immediately know the motive for the slaying.Anyone with information regarding the stabbing was asked to call the San Diego Police Department’s homicide unit at (619) 531-2293, or San Diego County Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477. last_img read more

Californias 3 largest energy companies launching Prepare for Power Down ahead of

first_img Ashlie Rodriguez, Elizabeth Alvarez, May 6, 2019 Posted: May 6, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – California Energy companies are preparing for fire season by announcing they will be turning off the power if there is an extreme weather threat.Information on the potential power down can be found here: www.prepareforpowerdown.comKUSI’s Ashlie Rodriguez has the details. Updated: 5:15 PMcenter_img Ashlie Rodriguez, Elizabeth Alvarez California’s 3 largest energy companies launching ‘Prepare for Power Down’ ahead of fire season Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

BASF Announces Investments New Products for Agriculture

first_imgDuring their Ag Media Summit last week, BASF announced several new investments and products that will benefit soybean producers.Dr. Andreas Kreimeyer, board of director member, Dr. Peter Eckes, president plant science and Markus Heldt, president of crop protection along with many other company executives and staff discussed invocations that will provide additional tools in the future. This includes an investment of more than $270 million to expand herbicide production facilities in Beaumont, Texas, the addition of more in-field experts and the launch of several new products including an advanced Dicamba formulation.During the meeting, North Carolina’s State Executive Charles Hall also participated in a panel discussion about soybean production in Brazil.For additional information about BASF’s exciting agricultural pipeline, click here and here.last_img read more

Joyous Juneteenth celebration hails freedom from slavery in US

first_img Juneteenth, the oldest annual celebration of the end of slavery in America, arrived in Vancouver on Saturday, when the local chapter of the NAACP gathered at Marine Park to acknowledge the historic event with song, poetry and an official nod from Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt.Leavitt presented the group with a proclamation recognizing Juneteenth Celebration Day in Vancouver. Traditionally, members of the group went to Portland to celebrate the event rather than having their own do in Clark County.“We have a lot of cultural and ethnic diversity that we should be embracing as a community,” Leavitt said.The group sang the African American national anthem, “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing.” The American people have more than one anthem, and the African American national anthem is for everyone, said Ethell Tillis, emcee of the event. Tillis and six of her grandchildren later sang “Oh Happy Day” for the crowd.Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, recognizes the day when news reached slaves in Texas that the Civil War had ended and they were free.President Abraham Lincoln freed slaves in the Confederacy in 1862 as a wartime contingency through the Emancipation Proclamation, and the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution permanently banned slavery throughout the nation in early 1865 — but Texas still refused to comply, even after the war officially ended in April. Ethell Tillis, center, emcees the Juneteenth celebration Saturday at Marine Park in Vancouver.last_img read more

Washington primary turnout dismal 23 percent

first_imgTurnout for Clark County’s primary stands at 19.43 percent as of Thursday morning, according to the elections office. Only 125,921 people were eligible to vote this year, most of whom live in the city of Vancouver.OLYMPIA — The Washington secretary of state’s office says the turnout in Tuesday’s primary election was “dismal,” but in line with similar off-year elections.Spokesman David Ammons says 23 percent of the ballots have been counted as of Thursday. That number could edge up toward the 30 percent expected figure by the time counties certify results 20 days after the election.Ammons says the size the vote is affected by the candidates and issues on the ballot and how much campaigning and interest they generate.The turnout was nearly 39 percent in the primary last August and 81 percent for the general election with the president on the ballot.Three counties didn’t have primaries this year so only 3.1 million ballots were mailed. Washington has 4 million registered voters.last_img read more

Lend Lease launches wellbeing days

first_imgEmployee Benefits Live 2015: Lend Lease has introduced paid ‘wellbeing days’ for staff to use to rest and recuperate, so they can return to work and perform at their optimum level.The scheme has been launched on a trust basis, with staff expected to take one wellbeing day per quarter throughout the year at their own discretion, ensuring that they manage their workload accordingly.The initiative is part of a health and wellbeing scheme that the property and construction organisation launched last summer.As part of her presentation on the scheme at Employee Benefits Live 2015, Gemma Bourne, head of social sustainability at Lend Lease, said: “We knew there was a business case for health and wellbeing [around] maintaining sustained high performance, so [we wanted a scheme that enabled staff to] perform at their best now and be safe.”She added that it was also key for the organisation to create a culture with which to attract its future workforce.The research phase of the project involved Bupa health checks for Lend Lease’s 18,000-strong workforce, to produce sufficient data with which the employer could identify strategic health and wellbeing hotspots around which to target appropriate interventions.Bourne said that the organisation’s previous lack of data was due to the absence of a robust sickness absence reporting system.Lend Lease identified three hotpots across its workforce as a result of the analysis: mental ill health, high blood pressure and fatigue.In response, it has launched a network of 84 mental health first aiders, which has been tasked with spotting the signs and symptoms of employees suffering with excessive stress levels and triaging them to the right support system.The organisation has also launched a Fitbit loan scheme, enabling staff to loan the fitness gadget, which monitors users’ daily activity and food intake, for up to three months by way of a reminder for them to keep track and in control of their own health and wellbeing.Finally, Lend Lease has worked with Healthscreen UK to scan employees at risk of sun damage for melanoma, which has resulted in the detection of 23 cases of skin cancer. Flu vaccinations are also now available to all staff.According to Bourne, the organisation’s employee engagement survey, which it undertakes every two years, has shown a 5% increase in employees’ commitment level to the organisation as a direct result of its health and wellbeing efforts.The employer invests £400 per employee per year in health and wellbeing, with the latest scheme funded through its foundation, which is an internal business unit that was launched to develop and benefit employees 30 years.last_img read more

23 of expatriates move abroad for increased pay and benefits

first_imgJust under a quarter (23%) of expatriate respondents move abroad to gain increased pay and benefits, according to research by global healthcare organisation Axa PPP International.Its survey of 501 expatriates living in a country different to that of their birth also found that 55% of respondents who have moved abroad for better pay and benefits agree that the move had met their expectations.The research also found:15% of respondents relocate abroad to work to achieve a better work-life balance, and 52% of respondents who moved for this reason feel that it met their expectations.30% of respondents move abroad for better career opportunities, and 38% of these respondents agree the relocation had matched their expectations.14% of respondents move to a different country to work in order to gain a better environment to raise a family, and 68% of these respondents agree the move had lived up to their expectations.58% of respondents cite wrapping up their role and responsibilities in the UK as the most important thing to organise before leaving home to work in a new country. Other priorities include making arrangements for family members staying behind (42%), transferring finances from one country to another (37%), selling their car (33%), and cancelling or amending insurance and utilities (32%).Tom Wilkinson (pictured), chief executive officer, global healthcare business at Axa, said: “It’s true that moving abroad can present some fantastic opportunities for career development, many of which may not be as readily available at home. Moving abroad, expats might be given the chance to learn about new emerging markets or experience different customer segments as well as enjoy lifestyle benefits such as an improved work-life balance.“That said, it’s important to remain realistic and suitably prepare for what’s ahead so that expectations are more likely to be met. In certain countries, such as New Zealand, for example, wages are typically higher than those in the UK. However, this tends to be indicative of other factors such as higher local living costs.”last_img read more

Search underway for driver who ran over and killed man in Wilton

first_imgWILTON MANORS, Fla. (WSVN) — An already injured man lying down in the middle of a roadway in Wilton Manors was run over and killed, early Friday morning, by a driver who fled the scene.According to Broward Sheriff’s Office Traffic Homicide detectives, 39-year-old Raymond King was already bloodied and injured when he lay down in the middle of the northbound lane at the intersection of Northeast Sixth Avenue and 27 Court.Blood evidence collected from the scene suggests that once he laid down, he was run over by a vehicle traveling northbound, at approximately 30 miles per hour.The impact sent King’s body flying approximately 37 feet in the air and onto a patch of grass. Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue pronounced King deceased at 3:12 a.m.The driver of the vehicle did not remain on the scene.If you have any information on this hit and run, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

New Disney on Ice show skates into AAA

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – Disney is bringing some “Frozen” fun to South Florida, this weekend.The company’s new ice show, “Follow Your Heart,” debuted at the American Airlines Arena, Thursday night. The performance features traditional characters like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, as well as the newest princesses, Elsa and Anna.The new show also marks the first time Dory from “Finding Dory” appears on the ice. Gliding into night ☝️of @disneyonice like…. ⛸— AA Arena (@AAarena) September 22, 2016“Disney on Ice: Follow Your Heart” runs at the AAA through Sunday.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

List of hurricane shelters in South Florida

first_imgHubert O. Sibley K-8 Academy255 NW 115th St.Miami, FL 33168Jorge Mas Canosa Middle School15735 SW 144th St.Miami, FL 33196Lake Stevens Middle School18484 NW 48 PlaceMiami Gardens, FL 33055Linda Lentin K-8 Center14312 NE 2nd CourtMiami, FL 33161Miami Carol City Senior High School3301 Miami Gardens Dr.Miami Gardens, FL 33056Miami Central Senior High School1781 NW 95th St.Miami, FL 33147Miami Edison Senior High6161 NW 5th CourtMiami, FL 33127 (WSVN) – Below is a list of hurricane shelters in South Florida.  Remember, shelters should only be used as a last resort.Miami-Dade CountyAmelia Earhart Elementary School5987 E 7th Ave.Hialeah, FL 33013American Senior High School18350 NW 67 Ave.Hialeah, FL 33015Andover Middle School121 NE 207 St.Miami Gardens, FL 33179Barbara Goleman Senior High School14100 NW 89 Ave.Miami Lakes 33018Bob Graham Education Center15901 NW 79th Ave.Miami Lakes, FL 33016 Watkins Elementary School3520 SW 52nd Ave.Pembroke Park, FL 33023Note: this shelter is filled to capacityWeston Everglades Elementary School2900 Bonaventure Blvd.Weston, FL 33331Note: this shelter is filled to capacity​ ​Park Lakes Elementary School3925 N State Road 7Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33319Note: this shelter is filled to capacityNew Renaissance Middle School10701 Miramar Blvd.Miramar, FL 33025Note: this shelter is filled to capacity​Everglades High School (Pet friendly)17100 SW 48th Ct.Miramar, FL 33027Note: this shelter is filled to capacity​ ​ ​West Broward High School500 NW 209th Ave.Pembroke Pines, FL 33029Note: this shelter is filled to capacityPlantation Elementary School651 NW 42nd Ave.Plantation, FL 33317Note: this shelter is filled to capacityWatkins Elementary School3520 SW 52nd Ave.Pembroke Park, FL 33023Note: this shelter is filled to capacityFalcon Cove Middle School4251 Bonaventure Blvd.Weston, FL 33332​ ​Note: this shelter is filled to capacityCoral Glades High School2700 Sportsplex Dr.Coral Springs, FL 33065Note: this shelter is filled to capacity Pompano Beach High School600 NE 13th Ave.Pompano Beach, FL 33060Note: this shelter is filled to capacity​ ​Lakeside Elementary School900 NW 136th Ave.Pembroke Pines, FL 33028Note: this shelter is filled to capacity​ ​Coconut Palm Elementary13601 Monarch Lakes Blvd.Miramar, FL 33027Note: this shelter is filled to capacity​ ​Pets In SheltersService animals are permitted in General Population Shelters so long as the pet meets the requirements under Federal law. Visit ADA Requirements for Service Animals for additional information. However, a Pet Friendly Shelter is available for residents owning pets, not considered a service animal, and are living in evacuation areas or mobile homes. Pre-registration is required, and owners are expected to shelter with their pets and care for them. To register, call the Humane Society at 954-989-3977.Pet-Friendly Shelter OnlyNot a General Population ShelterMillennium Middle School5803 NW 94th Ave.Tamarac, FL 33321Note: this shelter is filled to capacityFor Monroe County residentsE Darwin Fuchs Pavilion10901 SW 24th St.Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition, Inc. Robert Morgan Senior High School18180 SW 122 Ave.Miami, FL 33177Ronald Reagan Senior High School8600 NW 107 Ave.Doral, FL 33178Note: this shelter is filled to capacityRuben Dario Middle350 NW 97th Ave.Miami, FL 33172Shenandoah Middle School1950 SW 19th St.Miami, FL 33145South Dade Middle School29100 SW 194th Ave.Homestead, FL 33030Note: this shelter is filled to capacitySouth Dade Senior High School28401 SW 167 Ave.Homestead, FL 33030Note: this shelter is filled to capacitySouth Miami Senior High School (EHPA Bldg.)6856 SW 53rd St.Miami, FL 33155 Florida International University11290 SW 13th St.University Park, RC 101The following refuges of last resort will open Saturday at 7 a.m. Coral Shores High School89951 Overseas HighwayPlantation Key, FL 33036Marathon High School350 Sombrero RdMarathon, FL 33050Sugarloaf School225 Crane Blvd.Sugarloaf Key, FL 33042Key West High School2100 Flagler Ave.Key West, FL 33040Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. TERRA Environmental11005 SW 84 St.Miami, FL 33173Note: this shelter is filled to capacityW.R. Thomas Middle School13001 SW 26th St.Miami, FL 33175Broward CountyShelters in Broward County will open at 12 p.m. on Thursday (UPDATE: these are all filled to capacity).Tradewinds Elementary school5400 Johnson RoadCoconut Creek, FL 33073Note: this shelter is filled to capacitySilver Palms Elementary School1209 NW 155th Ave.Pembroke Pines, FL 33028Note: this shelter is filled to capacityBeachside Montessori Village2230 Lincoln St.Hollywood, FL 33020Note: this shelter is filled to capacity Coral Park Senior High8865 SW 16 St.Miami, FL 33165Country Club Middle School18305 NW 75 Pl.Miami, FL 33015E. Darwin Fuchs (Sunshine) Pavilion10901 Coral WayMiami, FL 33165Note: this shelter is filled to capacityEugenia B. Thomas K-8 Center – Pet-Friendly5950 NW 114 Ave.Miami, FL 33178Note: this shelter is filled to capacityFelix Varela High School15255 SW 96th St.Miami, FL 33196 Note: this shelter is filled to capacityG. Holmes Braddock Senior High School3601 SW 147th Ave.Miami, FL 33185Georgia Jones-Ayers Middle School1331 NW 46th St.Miami, FL 33142 Miami Killian Senior High10655 SW 97th Ave.Miami, FL 33176Miami Lakes Educational Center5780 NW 158th St.Miami Lakes, FL 33014Miami Norland Senior High1050 NW 195th St.Miami Gardens, FL 33169Miami Northwestern Senior High1100 NW 71st St.Miami, FL 33150North Miami Beach Senior High School1247 NE 167th St.North Miami Beach, FL 33162North Miami Middle School700 NE 137th St.North Miami, FL 33161Note: this shelter is filled to capacityNorth Miami Senior High School13110 NE 8th Ave.North Miami, FL 33161Note: this shelter is filled to capacity Challenger Elementary School5703 NW 94th Ave.Pompano Beach, FL 33321Note: this shelter is filled to capacityLyons Creek Middle School4333 Sol Press Blvd.Coconut Creek, FL 33073Note: this shelter is filled to capacityMonarch High School5050 Wiles RoadCoconut Creek, FL 33073Note: this shelter is filled to capacityDavie Fox Trail Elementary School1250 Nob Hill RoadDavie, FL 33324Note: this shelter is filled to capacityParkside Elementary School (Pet-Friendly)10257 NW 29th St.Coral Springs, FL 33065Note: this shelter is filled to capacityAtlantic Technical High School/Arthur Ashe Middle School1701 NW 23rd Ave.Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311Note: this shelter is filled to capacityRock Island Elementary2350 NW 19th St.Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311Note: this shelter is filled to capacity Hammocks Middle School9889 Hammocks Blvd.Miami, FL 33196Hialeah Gardens Middle School11690 NW 92 Ave.Hialeah Gardens, FL 33018Hialeah Gardens Senior High School11700 Hialeah Gardens Blvd.Hialeah Gardens, FL 33018Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School7977 W 12th Ave.Hialeah, FL 33014Hialeah Middle School6027 E 7 Ave.Hialeah 33013Hialeah Senior High School251 E 47th StreetHialeah, FL 33013Highland Oaks Middle School – Pet Friendly2375 NE 203rd St.North Miami, FL 33180Note: this shelter is filled to capacity last_img read more

Irma victims line up for free meals at Shenandoah Park

first_imgPeople affected by Hurricane Irma lined up outside a local park to recieve a hot meal, Sunday.Residents from all around came to Shenadoah Park, located along Southwest 21 Avenue and 17th Lane.People living without power, first responders and city employees who have been working around the clock were invited to come out and feast on some free, delicious food.Some Broward residents also affected by Hurricane Irma received donations of groceries, water and clothes, Sunday afternoon.The event took place at Carter Park off West Sunrise Boulevard.Dozens of people were on hand for the event.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Man ignores homeowner steals packages from Miami porch

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – A man ignored a homeowner who caught him stealing packages from his front porch in Miami.Ring Doorbell cameras captured the moment the man approached the home, in the area of Southwest Fourth Street and 65th Avenue, at around 3:30 p.m., May 23.The porch pirate could be seen picking up packages outside of the home when the homeowner noticed what the man was doing.The homeowner could be heard speaking through the doorbell trying to speak to the crook.He said, “Excuse me. Excuse me. What are you doing?”However, the crook ignored him and fled the scene with multiple boxes.If you have any information on this theft, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Troopers Report Few Arrests Over Halloween Weekend

first_imgThe Troopers conducted its special DUI overtime enforcement patrols for the Halloween weekend from October 31 through November 1. According to Troopers they issued; 5 misdemeanor DUI arrests, 1 felony DUI Arrests, 1 drivers charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license, and 7 REDDIs reported with 0 drivers contacted and ultimately determined not to be DUI. Of the 30 citations issued, 7 were issued for speeding, and 1 issued for seatbelt or other occupant restraint violations. Troopers also responded to 10 damage only crashes, 2 injury crashes, and 0 fatal collisions.center_img Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska State Troopers reported only a handful of DUI arrests over the Halloween weekend; and one felony violation. Funding for the high visibility enforcement was provided partially by grant sources distributed through the Alaska Highway Safety Office.last_img read more