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SASKATOON – Cameco Corp. says the Canada Revenue Agency is appealing a Tax Court decision that was in the company’s favour.The Saskatoon-based uranium miner estimates it will take about two years for the Federal Court of Appeal to hear and decide the case.Last month, Cameco says the Tax Court ruled its favour in the case which centred around its use of a subsidiary in Switzerland to sell and trade its uranium.The CRA contended it was a sham established to avoid Canadian taxes, while Cameco maintained it was for legal and sound business practices.Despite the CRA appeal, Cameco says it will be making an application to the court to recover costs incurred over the course of this case.Cameco noted that decisions of the Federal Court of Appeal may be appealed to the Supreme Court of Canada, if the top court agrees to hear the appeal.Companies in this story: (TSX:CCO)
Mr. Ban will be convening a meeting at the Carter Center with the Elders – a small group of world figures ranging from civil society leaders to past heads of State – on critical global health priorities, UN spokesperson Marie Okabe told reporters. Participants in the meeting will include top UN officials, philanthropists, and global health leaders from the private sector, non-governmental organizations and academia. Mr. Ban also plans to tour the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While in Atlanta, the Secretary-General is scheduled to attend a luncheon hosted by Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue.He will also join Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin in viewing the Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Collection at the Robert W. Woodruff Library.In addition, he plans to visit CIFAL Atlanta, a not-for-profit organization affiliated with the UN Institute for Training and Research, and attend a luncheon with the Atlanta business community.Since taking office in January 2007, the Secretary-General has travelled to San Francisco and Chicago, where he saw first-hand how these two major cities are tackling climate change, as well as to Washington D.C. In February this year he made his first visit to the state of Texas, where he participated in the William Waldo Cameron Forum on Public Affairs at the Bush Presidential Library, located in College Station. 29 April 2008Global health will be the focus of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s visit to Atlanta, Georgia, next week, part of his ongoing tour of major cities in the United States.
NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Monday:Halliburton Co., up $1.99 to $23.74The oil and gas drilling services company solidly beat Wall Street’s second quarter profit forecasts.Circor International Inc., up $1.10 to $39.84A majority of shareholders at the industrial company supported Crane’s hostile bid, but it still failed.DaVita Inc., up $2.75 to $58.80The kidney dialysis provider raised its 2019 profit forecast.Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc., down 58 cents to $12.41The drug developer’s potential treatment for jet lag faces a potentially longer review by regulators.Cal-Maine Foods Inc., down 34 cents to $39.04The egg producer swung to a sharp fiscal fourth quarter loss because of lower prices and oversupply.PetMed Express Inc., down 20 cents to $16.03The pet pharmacy company’s fiscal first quarter profit and revenue fell short of Wall Street forecasts.Lennox International Inc., down $14.90 to $264The manufacturer of furnaces and air conditioners gave investors a weak profit forecast after its fourth quarter results fell short of Wall Street expectations.Cadence Bancorp., down $3.75 to $15.86The bank’s second quarter profit fell short of Wall Street forecasts as it faced higher credit costs.The Associated Press
by Christopher S. Rugaber, The Associated Press Posted Jan 17, 2014 8:27 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email US employers advertise most jobs in 5 1/2 years, quits also rise, yet hiring sluggish FILE – In this Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013, file photo, retired U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Duane Stubbs, right, of Morrow, Ga., shakes hands with retired U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Leland Smith, CEO of SolidHires, during a job fair for veterans at the VFW Post 2681, in Marietta, Ga. The government reports on job openings and labor turnover for November on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File) WASHINGTON – U.S. employers advertised more jobs in November and more Americans quit, positive signs for millions who are unemployed and looking for work.The Labor Department says job openings rose 1.8 per cent to 4 million, the most in 5 1/2 years. And the number of people quitting increased 1.9 per cent to 2.4 million, a five-year high.More job openings and quits suggest greater opportunities for the unemployed. But those positive trends haven’t recently translated into additional hiring. Overall hiring ticked up just 0.2 per cent to nearly 4.5 million.The figures also follow a disappointing report on December job growth. The government last week said employers added just 74,000 jobs in December. That’s the fewest in three years and below an average gain of 214,000 in the previous three months.
by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 6, 2014 7:36 am MDT TORONTO – Fewer colds and nasty winter storms left Shoppers Drug Mart Corp. (TSX:SC) with lower profits in the fourth quarter.The pharmacy chain said Thursday it was forced to close 112 locations for as long as two days in late December when severe winter weather slammed Central Canada, causing massive power outages.The fallout contributed to lower profits of $169.4 million, or 85 cents per share, for the quarter ended Dec. 28. That compared with profits of $175 million, or 85 cents per share, in the same period a year ago.Also factoring into the results were $3 million of expenses from the pending a takeover by Loblaw (TSX:L) valued at $12.4-billion.Excluding those costs, Shoppers said it earned $172 million or 86 cents per share, falling in line with analyst expectations, according to Thomson Reuters.Revenue totalled $2.75 billion, up from $2.72 billion a year earlier, while its same-store sales were up 1.2 per cent.“By any measure, our performance in the fourth quarter of 2013 was a successful conclusion to what was a very successful year,” president and CEO Domenic Pilla told analysts during a conference call.“However, (it) remains a very competitive and challenging marketplace.”Shoppers and other retailers have faced increased competition as Target Corp. rolls out its Canadian expansion — one of the factors underlying Loblaw’s expansion in the pharmacy sector.Consumers expect lower prices as they look to the number of alternatives in the retail market.“Our percentage of sales on promotion products continues to increase as a percentage of total sales,” Pilla said.Pharmacy sales, which have been pressured by a lower value of prescriptions, increased 0.5 per cent on a same-store basis.Non-prescription sales, referred to as front store sales, were up 1.1 per cent.However, Pilla said the early cough and cold season fell short of last year, which meant fewer people bought over-the-counter remedies.The Loblaw takeover of Shoppers Drug Mart still requires approval from the Competition Bureau, expected early this year.Shoppers shares closed three cents higher at $58.07 Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email People walk by a Shoppers Drug Mart in Toronto on July 15, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graeme Roy Shoppers says underwhelming cold season, winter storms hit fourth-quarter profit
Redshirt junior guard Kam Williams (15) shoots the ball during the Buckeyes home opener against North Carolina Central. The Buckeyes won 69-63. Ashley Nelson | Sports DirectorFew things have went right for the Ohio State men’s basketball team since Big Ten play began on Jan 1. The Buckeyes have lost three straight games to conference opponents, most recently a 78-68 loss to Minnesota in Williams Arena.Things will only be getting tougher from here on out for OSU, as the Buckeyes are set to take on No. 18 Wisconsin. Last season, Thad Matta’s team lost 79-68 to the Badgers.The Badgers are 13-3 this year, and are coming off an 11-point loss to Purdue, a team that OSU lost to by just one point on Thursday. Although Wisconsin was downed by the Boilermakers, there seems little to convince anyone OSU can easily handle a team as dangerous as the Badgers.After the loss to Purdue, senior forward Marc Loving said he felt confident in OSU’s ability to right the ship this season, regardless of how rocky the start had been.“We know what we’re capable of,” he said.Whatever he feels the team is capable of has yet to be seen this season. The Buckeyes have appeared sluggish on defense and disconnected on offense at times.Even with occasional glimpses into the capability of players like Loving and redshirt senior guard Kam Williams, OSU is shooting a feeble 38.8 percent from the field, with just a 31.8 percent mark from outside the arc.Williams, who started the year shooting 56 percent from 3-point range through the team’s first six games, has gone just 4-for-14 from 3 since the start of conference play. Although other players like Loving and sophomore guard JaQuan Lyle present a perimeter threat, the lack of outside scoring has stifled the Buckeyes’ offense.Correcting mistakes from outside might be an easy fix with more practice. However, the Buckeyes have struggled to limit opposing scoring attacks, giving up an average of 65.6 points per game, which puts OSU at No. 55 in the nation.More worryingly, the Buckeyes force an average of 13.06 turnovers per game, tied with Army West Point as 221st in the nation. Without forcing turnovers, there seems little hope of OSU putting up enough points to overcome opponents, especially a Badgers team that averages 76 points per game.With a lack turnovers and shooting struggles, the Buckeyes will need nothing short of a mid-season miracle to make OSU relevant in the Big Ten again. Regardless, veterans like junior forward Jae’Sean Tate are remaining positive through the hard times.“I wouldn’t say (there is) concern because we work our butts off every day,” Tate said. “We’re in here every day. We’ve just got to keep grinding it. We’ve got to keep working and trusting (Matta.) The outcome is going to be there.”He went on to say he felt the Buckeyes will hit their stride soon. However, until OSU corrects the glaring problems in front of them, the team will be taking nothing more than baby steps.
The release of a report this week shows self managed superannuation funds are more expensive to run than once thought. The Rice Warner report into SMSFs found that if you have $500,000 or more in a self managed fund, it is cost-competitive with public funds, but if you have between $200,000 and $500,000 in assets, the financial viability depends on how much administration work you can do yourself and whether you need advice in investing. The costs that large funds spread across thousands of members and billions of dollars have to be met by each SMSF. They include annual audits, tax lodgements, investment arrangements, advice, administration and legal costs. SMSFs are favoured by professionals and business owners who are confident with financial responsibility, want control over their wealth and typically want direct ownership of property. SMSFs are also popular with retirees who take an active interest in running their affairs. One third of all Australian superannuation assets are held in these funds. However, control is one thing: you also have to make sufficient returns to live in retirement. If your fund costs are greater than your returns, you are not doing yourself any favours. Luckily, there are other ways of gaining control of super while avoiding the headache of SMSFs. For a start, you could ensure that you understand every option in your current fund’s portfolio. Control can start with becoming informed about which particular investment option you should be in. If the choices aren’t there, look around: many public superannuation funds now offer options such as cash, term deposits and direct shares. So people may be going to the extra cost of establishing an SMSF when their preferred options are available in a public fund. One of the real advantages of an SMSF is the access you get to direct property. Recent rule changes allow superannuation funds to borrow to buy property which has seen property promoters push SMSFs as a way of buying property. However, superannuation is just a tax structure. The investment decision must still follow fundamentals: does this investment give you the required income in retirement? For conservative retirement savers, taking more control outside an SMSF could involve public products that invest in cash and bonds, to give a similar risk profile to cash but a higher return. I mention this because around 29 per cent of all SMSF investments are held in cash, even though conservative retirement savers can find security in a retail environment without having to administer their own super fund. And don’t forget to calculate the insurance benefits in a public fund. Generally the life and TPD premiums are lower in a super fund than can be sourced through a SMSF. A final word: in the end, super assets must compound in value and (after fees) at least outstrip inflation. If you want to be in a self-managed fund, you must ensure that the costs don’t inhibit the point of the exercise, which was to have enough money to live well in retirement. * Mark Bouris is the Executive Chairman of Yellow Brick Road, a financial services company offering home loans, financial planning, accounting & tax and insurance. Email Markonmark.email@example.com with any queries you may have or check www.ybr.com.au for your nearest branch. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A fire broke out inside a mobile home in Northwest Miami-Dade, early Tuesday morning.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue shared pictures of the blaze that happened along Northwest 26th Street and 15th Avenue, just after 3:15 a.m.When crews arrived at the scene, they found the trailer fully engulfed in flames. Propane tanks inside the mobile home made the fire fight difficult, but crews were able to get it under control before anyone was hurt.The cause of the fire remains under investigation.Remember, if you see news happening and can do so safely, take a picture or shoot video and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
RELATED MEMO: R.R. Donnelley’s Letter R.R. Donnelley has approached fellow magazine printer Quebecor World—which expects to emerge from bankruptcy protection this summer—about acquiring the assets of the company for approximately $1.3 billion.“Quebecor and R.R. Donnelley have long represented a strong strategic fit with one another and, through this proposal, we have the opportunity to join them together in a way that greatly benefits stakeholders of both companies, including Quebecor World’s debtors and their creditors,” R.R. Donnelley president and CEO Thomas J. Quinlan III said in a statement.It was not immediately clear if a merger of this size would conflict with antitrust regulations. A Quebecor World spokesperson did not immediately return a request for comment. UPDATE: Quebecor acknowledged receipt of the letter on Wednesday, and said its board of directors is in the process of reviewing the proposal with major stakeholders. According to the proposal, Chicago-based R.R. Donnelley has offered to purchase Quebecor’s assets in three parts: approximately $700 million cash to Quebecor’s debtors; $257 million in cash on Quebecor’s balance sheet; and $394.2 million in stock—representing approximately 15 percent of Donnelley’s outstanding shares. Donnelley said its proposal was based on Quebecor’s estimated value following its court-ordered reorganization.Last month, Quebecor World reached an agreement with its creditors that it said will allow the company to emerge from bankruptcy protection, possibly as early as mid-July. The agreement is based on the terms of a consolidated restructuring plan that is intended to recapitalize and “substantially deleverage” the company from its pre-filing levels.In connection with the restructuring, Quebecor said it anticipates having to arrange exit financing at levels below its current debtor-in-possession financing facility, the company said.Quebecor filed for bankruptcy protection in January 2008. In March, Quebecor reported a net loss from continuing operations of $943.9 million for 2008 compared to a net loss from continuing operations of $1.8 billion in 2007. The results included $165.9 million in taxes.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Rome’s opera house is defending hiring conductor Daniele Gatti, who was fired by an Amsterdam-based orchestra last summer over sexual misconduct allegations.Teatro dell’Opera di Roma spokesman Renato Bossa said on Friday that the theatre signed Gatti this week to a three-year contract as musical director because in a country with “rule of law, one is innocent until a trial proves otherwise.”However, Bossa termed the allegations “certainly very grave.” Gatti has denied the allegations that triggered his firing by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.Gatti conducted the Rome opera house’s season premiere, “Rigoletto,” earlier this week, the third straight year he has conducted the theatre’s season opener. But the 57-year-old maestro skipped Thursday’s performance due to a heart arrhythmia.Bossa said Gatti would conduct the orchestra on Sunday.The Associated Press Rome opera hires Gatti, who lost job over #metoo allegations by The Associated Press Posted Dec 7, 2018 6:14 am PDT
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) Professor Martin Seligman at the University of Pennsylvania, they will be released for the Thanksgiving weekend and will resume MondayIn his closing prosecutor Gary Euren referred to Alonna Norberg testifying about what happened to her on the night of June 16-17 2011 She told jurors it "was not oral sex" when she briefly awoke and found her husband forcing himself into her mouth"You remember the raw emotion in her voice when she said it That’s the essence of this case" said Euren an assistant Cass County state’s attorneyDefense attorney Robert Hoy asked jurors if they would rely on Alonna Norberg’s word to make important decisions and said the state has "not one shred of physical evidence" to support her allegations"If Alonna Norberg is not credible and you do not believe what she has said the state’s case crumbles" Hoy said "There is no case It’s as simple as that"Jon Norberg 42 has pleaded not guilty to one count of gross sexual imposition a Class AA felony punishable by up to life in prison and one count of reckless endangerment a Class C felony punishable by up to five yearsIf jurors find him not guilty of one or both charges they must consider a lesser included offense under each chargeUnder the gross sexual imposition charge the lesser included offense is a Class A felony punishable by 20 years in prison It takes out the element of the charge that Alonna Norberg had serious bodily injury inflicted upon herThe lesser offense under the reckless endangerment charge is a Class A misdemeanor carrying up to one year in prison It excludes the element that Jon Norberg manifested extreme indifference to human lifeWho had the planAttorneys for both sides depicted the other’s client as scheming for their own benefitIn the case of Alonna Norberg Hoy argued that she made up the allegations against her husband to make him look bad and gain the upper hand in the divorce case she was planning Hoy said she "knew that she had some baggage" health issues and narcotics abuse that could hurt her chances in a custody battle for their three children Hoy said Alonna Norberg knew a domestic violence allegation would be the "trump card""The bottom line here is that desperate people will do desperate things" he saidAs he did throughout the trial Hoy hammered on the fact Alonna Norberg met with a divorce attorney for the first time on June 16 hours before one of the two incidents in which she says she woke up to her husband sexually assaulting her"Well coincidences do happen" Euren said addressing the issue in his closing statement "That’s all I can say about that""This isn’t coincidence by any stretch of the imagination" Hoy saidEuren said it was Jon Norberg who had a plan to drug his wife with the powerful sedative propofol and have sex with her allegedly on four occasions between Sept 1 2010 and June 20 2011"This case is not about her diagnosis or her medications or how many there were" Euren said "It’s not about the divorce It’s about Alonna Norberg being drugged with propofol and Dr Jon Norberg having sexual intercourse with her in various forms That’s the case"Sedation alertness keyEuren said Jon Norberg put his wife at risk by giving her propofol without the proper medical equipment on hand and by having sex with her while she was on the drug"When you’re engaged in sex you’re not thinking much about anything else" he saidHoy said Jon Norberg administered the drug carefully and that the sex had been mischaracterized"The idea that after your wife would feel better and perhaps her libido would return and you would engage in normal marital relations it’s not a dirty thing It’s not a bad thing It’s a good thing That’s what couples do" he saidKey issues of contention remain whether Jon Norberg meant to put his wife in a minimal level of sedation or a moderate level – the latter having stricter guidelines – and whether Alonna Norberg was unconscious at any point during her sedationHoy also recalled testimony from defense experts who said Alonna Norberg’s version of the June 16-17 incident was "simply not anatomically possible"Inconsistent statementsBoth attorneys tried to point out discrepancies in testimonyHoy noted that Alonna Norberg originally told police she had run over to a neighbor’s house on the morning of June 17 2011 to use the phone and drop off evidence of her husband’s alleged propofol use on her She later acknowledged it was in the afternoonEuren said statements by Jon Norberg that he didn’t have sex with his wife on the night of June 16-17 conflicted with his reference to oral sex that night during a recorded phone conversation between him and his wife on July 5 with police listening inHoy suggested Alonna Norberg’s behavior after the alleged June 2011 assaults – she didn’t have a rape kit conducted didn’t talk to police for more than two weeks and didn’t collect clothing or bedding – was inconsistent with her training as a medical doctor and her expertise in sexual assault cases including helping to develop standards for gathering evidence"She wrote the book literally" he saidBut Euren said Alonna Norberg was simply acting like a victim of sexual assault alluding to earlier testimony that victims behave differently and may delay reporting of assaults especially in cases involving couples’Stop this shipwreck’Euren reminded jurors about the biggest surprise of the trial which occurred last week when Alonna Norberg’s father Robert Knorr testified that Jon Norberg met with him eight days before the trial and suggested Alonna Norberg recant her statements as part of a "global settlement" to resolve the criminal matter their pending divorce case and a civil suit between the two men"That tells you something about the state of mind of Dr Jon Norberg" Euren saidBut Knorr agreed with Jon Norberg’s assessment that the trial wouldn’t be good for the couple’s children Hoy noted saying Jon Norberg "apparently is the only one that was concerned about his kids""He should be given credit for trying to stop this shipwreck and this spectacle before it happened" Hoy saidDoctor testifiesTestimony concluded early Tuesday with prosecutors aiming to bolster Alonna Norberg’s credibility by calling as their final witness a Sanford Health physician who treated herDr Michael Gonzales who works in Sanford’s pain medicine department said he treated the 42-year-old for three or four years He said she suffered from chronic pain associated with Sjogren’s syndrome an immune system disorderGonzales cited "numerous references" to Sjogren’s throughout Alonna Norberg’s medical records from many providers including Sanford and Mayo Clinic and he confirmed the diagnosis"She was certainly pretty severely debilitated by her condition That part was striking And she was suffering from a great deal of pain that required the use of a fair amount of medication to help to control it" he saidWith Gonzales as a rebuttal witness prosecutors tried to repair the damage done by defense expert witnesses who testified that Alonna Norberg appeared to be faking her symptoms and "doctor shopping"Gonzales said he investigated the possibility that Alonna Norberg who also is a doctor may have been faking her pain symptoms"My conclusion was that the symptoms that she was expressing to me were consistent with her medical history and the findings and the conditions that she presented" he saidHoy attempted to paint Gonzales as a pill pusher in cross-examination noting that within a few months of Alonna Norberg returning clean from an Arizona treatment facility she attended for painkiller dependence in early 2009 Gonzales prescribed her an opioid painkiller at her suggestionThough The Forum does not usually identify alleged victims of sexual assaults Alonna Norberg consented to be named to contest her husband’s claims that she gave him permission to use propofol on her and that he never sexually abused herReaders can reach Forum Communications reporter Mike Nowatzki at (701) 241-5528Marlene Gardner 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got to modify how we manage the river"But Criss considers the Corps and its use of river infrastructure to be one of the problems"The water has nowhere to go" he saidYou don’t flood out your neighbors It’s one of the unwritten rules of the riverJust the accusation is enough to spark a fistfight But people had long suspected that the levees across from Hannibal were too tall making the flooding worse for neighbors downstreamSo a crew from the Corps came out two years ago in ATVs riding along 200 miles of riverbanks to measure levee heights The Corps found that the walls were 2 to 3 feet taller than the agency allows in many spots stretching from Burlington Iowa down almost to St LouisThe Hannibal-area levees belong to Sny Island – an Illinois drainage district so carefully maintained that it has flooded only once in 110 years a point of pride for vigilant farmers and volunteers thereBut today the Sny’s levees frighten people such as Nancy Guyton who leads a group accusing the district of breaking with long-held tradition"If they get away with this" Guyton warned recently "they’re going to ruin the river"She and her husband own a small farm outside Annada Missouri They have lived through several major river floods But now the water seems high all the timeNow Guyton was sitting in Calvin’s Restaurant in tiny Eolia Missouri with Mark Harvey another member of the group Neighbors of the Mississippi which represents residents of three counties downriver of the SnyHarvey is not a farmer He’s not going to lose any crops if the river floodsBut he is the superintendent of Pike County schools He knows that flooded farmland is worthless He sees the Sny’s levees as a threat to buying textbooks and paying teachers"You can’t just build a wall and say to heck with it" Harvey saidIn an office across the river Mike Reed sounded offendedReed runs the Sny levee district from New Canton Illinois a town tucked next to a limestone bluff that served as the riverbank eons ago Today the river is six miles away – across some of the most fertile farmland in the world – and kept there by a levee wallReed said Sny farmers and residents felt as if they’d been "smeared" by the Corps"Why are they going after us" Reed said "Why are we made to look like a rogue levee district that raised its levees in the dark of night"The Corps says its position is simple Some levees have soared past their federally authorized levels with most of the height added after a major flood in 2008"Their levees have been altered without careful evaluation and no permission" said Scott Whitney flood risk manager for the Corps’ Rock Island DistrictA couple of feet might not sound like much But every inch of levee height pushes floodwaters from one place to another With levees blocking the river from its natural flood plain the water has only one place to go: upThe Corps can’t force a levee district to lower its levees It can only stop paying for levee repairs Each state regulates its levees – and the Mississippi touches 10 different states"The science is clear" said Nicholas Pinter associate director at the Center for Watershed Sciences of the University of California at Davis who has extensively studied flood risks on the Mississippi "When one levee district builds bigger levees it increases the size and magnitude of flooding across the river 10 miles up and down too"Pinter said he was surprised that so many levee districts were building walls that are clearly too tall"The Sny is one of the players in what I would call levee wars" Pinter said "And to have it springing up there is puzzling and unnerving We thought the levee wars" featuring sabotage and gun-toting safety patrols "were a thing of the past"Reed said if the Sny district is forced to lower levees it would lose its 100-year flood rating meaning the Federal Emergency Management Agency would no longer consider the area to have protection from a once-in-a-century flood Insurance premiums would skyrocket and the value of Sny farmland would plummet to half the current $12000 an acre "which would be devastating"Trump’s infrastructure plan proposes reducing the Corps’ role in monitoring levee heights The plan also proposes stripping the Corps of authority for some levees in the name of reducing costs and complexity That’s good news for districts looking to raise their levees unfettered It’s bad news for neighbors hoping the federal government continues to referee disputes along the riverGuyton and other small groups dotting the riverbanks are alarmed They say they wouldn’t be able to keep up if flood protection becomes a race to see who can build the biggest"This would be a disaster" Guyton saidEfforts to control the river start way up north including at a lock and dam that once gave Minneapolis bragging rights as the river’s "Head of Navigation" This is where the river that begins as a trickle in Upper Minnesota crashes like a white-water fist into a 50-foot limestone gorge all under the lonely gaze of lockmaster Mike DeRushaHe loves this view It might be the most dramatic on the entire Mississippi DeRusha stands at the wide windows of a brick control tower atop the lock and dam at Upper St Anthony Falls He used to have 12 workers with him here They kept this Corps facility humming 24 hours a day for boats and barges to pass around the falls Today DeRusha is the last man leftThe official reason this lock closed three years ago was worries about invasive Asian carp swimming their way further north and using the lock to get around the falls But that wasn’t the real culprit Instead the extraordinary decision to mothball a major piece of infrastructure illustrates how much the Mississippi’s role in American life has changed"Minneapolis decided to give up on a dream its predecessors fought so hard for – to be the economic bookend to New Orleans" said river historian John Anfinson "But they have new dreams now"Minneapolis is powered today by health care and corporate headquarters for giants including Target The shuttered brick mills next to the falls are now sought-after lofts and condos Planners look at the Corps’ control tower built in 1967 and see an event space Shutting down the lock they argue would speed the river’s transformation from industrial waterway to recreational assetThe lock at Upper St Anthony Falls was the first one closed on the Mississippi – and it sent a shudder down the riverNow the Corps is studying whether to close two more nearby locks – perhaps even pulling out the concrete and steel returning the river to something approaching its wild stateThis is the barge industry’s worst fear especially if this idea spreads"We’re not happy about it" said Russell Eichman a consultant for the barge trade group Upper Mississippi Waterway Association "It might set a precedent"The 29 locks and dams on the Upper Mississippi were not built for flood control They were built for barges The river drops 420 feet in the 670 miles between the first and last lock so barges need the staircase of locks and dams for navigationBarges move 300 million tons of goods a year on the Mississippi – a number that has remained mostly flat since 2000 Still it’s the route for 60 percent of US grain exports And a single barge can transport the equivalent of 60 to 70 tractor trailers – a bragging point you’ll hear within five minutes of talking with the industry or the CorpsThe barge industry argues that ending shipping on the river would result in epic highway traffic jamsWhat the river needs barge boosters say is to make the Mississippi’s locks bigger and better Most were built in the 1930s and expected to last 50 years They can’t accommodate huge modern barge flotillas When a lock breaks the river can be closed for days or weeks"This a huge issue for the US to compete on the world market from a transportation standpoint" said Rodney Weinzierl of the Illinois Corn Growers AssociationThe barge industry thought it scored a major win in 2007 when Congress authorized the doubling in size of seven locks – five on the Mississippi two on the Illinois River The price tag was more than $2 billion But Congress never funded itSo they were excited by Trump’s talk of infrastructure spending – and alarmed by his proposal for paying for it Trump and others have hinted that they might use private-public partnerships Companies would invest in new projects and charge user fees It’s commonly referred to as "P3" Barge companies hate P3"If you were to go with P3 to build a lock and dam and start charging a toll then you’re going to bankrupt operators" said Toohey of the Waterways CouncilBarges pay nothing to go through locks now No one does The locks are run in the public interestIn Minneapolis the veteran lockmaster DeRusha who plans to retire this year knows he probably won’t be here to see what becomes of his old workplace"I just hope the site remains and it’s an asset" DeRusha said "It’s a jewel"Locks and levees are the most obvious infrastructure on 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who lost to Williams in last year’s semi-finals, Related News Mohanlal’s recent release 1971: Beyond Borders failed to make an impressive dent at the box office. Atletico then pilled on the pressure in search of a winning goal on the night to send the game into extra time.6-3; Rutger Cramer bt. Related News Amid fears of political opposition and aversion to risk in a sluggish real estate market, I feel here is it does not seem full.That feel is missing here It’s an open stadium without ashade It becomes difficult with this stadium” ATK have been forced to adopt the 12000-odd capacityRabindra Sarovar as their home venue with the unavailabilityof the Yuva Bharati Krirangan in Saltlake which is getting afacelift ahead of next year’s U-17 World Cup “I heard some of the former players coaching staff saying Saltlake Stadium is a great atmosphere” Molina had a point if one compares the capacity of Rabindra Sarovar with that of Yuva Bharati Krirangan which in the past had accommodated one lakh plus spectators Today’s attendance was 12575 which is nowhere comparedto the Yuva Bharati Krirangan which would witness on an average 30000-plus crowd “I’m really grateful to the fans who come here Clearlyit’s not as grand as the Yuva Bharati Krirangan in Saltlake”Molina said the venues in Kochi Guwahati and Goa as thethree best places this season “I find home venues of NorthEast Kerala Blasters FC andGoa as three of the best places this time” From six home matches ATK have managed to win a solitarywin this time as they have failed to get past Kerala Blasterstoday to settle for a 1-1 draw “We played 13 matched but only two defeats We play towin against any opposition on any pitch We are in the semis? Asked on Chief Minister’s likely possibility of attending the literary meet, The plan is to shift the ashramshalas running on rented premises to the newly constructed buildings. Raja Mohan | Updated: January 7, A June visit gives the opportunity to meet US business leadership.
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