Written Document – 18-98 Plus http://18-98plus.com/ Wed, 06 Jul 2022 04:41:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://18-98plus.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-3-150x150.png Written Document – 18-98 Plus http://18-98plus.com/ 32 32 OSSC Combined Auditor Admit Card 2019 To Release Tomorrow@ossc.gov.in, Download DV Schedule https://18-98plus.com/ossc-combined-auditor-admit-card-2019-to-release-tomorrowossc-gov-in-download-dv-schedule/ Wed, 06 Jul 2022 04:23:07 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/ossc-combined-auditor-admit-card-2019-to-release-tomorrowossc-gov-in-download-dv-schedule/ Odisha SSC has posted a notice regarding the post of Combined Auditor-2019 on its official website-ossc.gov.in. Download the PDF here. Updated: July 6, 2022 09:55 IST OSSC Combo Listener DV Admission Card 2019 Update OSSC Combined Auditor DV Admission Card Update / 2019 Schedule Update: The Odisha Personnel Selection Commission (OSSC) has issued a brief […]]]>

Odisha SSC has posted a notice regarding the post of Combined Auditor-2019 on its official website-ossc.gov.in. Download the PDF here.

Updated: July 6, 2022 09:55 IST

OSSC Combo Listener DV Admission Card 2019 Update

OSSC Combined Auditor DV Admission Card Update / 2019 Schedule Update: The Odisha Personnel Selection Commission (OSSC) has issued a brief notice regarding the verification of documents for the position of Combined Auditor-2019. The Commission will carry out verification of documents for the post of combined auditor from 12 July 2022.
Candidates who have successfully qualified for Combined Auditor Exam-2019 can download their OSSC Combined Auditor Admission Card 2019 from the official website of Odisha Personnel Selection Commission – ossc.gov. in.

The Commission will carry out the document verification for the position of Combined Auditor-2019 against announcement no. 4528/OSSC on 12/13/15/16 July 2022. The Commission has uploaded the detailed document verification schedule with roll number/calendar/certificate date. verification for qualified candidates.

All candidates who have successfully qualified for the Combined Auditor Written Examination and Proficiency Test-2019 can download the OSSC Combined Auditor DV Admission Card Update / 2019 calendar on the official website after following the steps below.

How to Download: OSSC Combined Auditor DV Admit Card / Schedule 2019 Update

  1. Visit the official website of the Odisha Personnel Selection Commission i.e. -ossc.gov.in.
  2. Access the What’s New section available on the home page.
  3. Click on the link – Certificate Audit Schedule Notice for Combined Auditor Position-2019. Announcement n°4528/OSSC of 21.12.2019 available on the homepage.
  4. Click the link and you will get the OSSC Combined Auditor DV Admit Card / Schedule 2019 Update in a new window.
  5. Applicants are required to download and print the same document for future reference.

Direct link to download: OSSC Combined Auditor DV Admit Card / Schedule 2019 Update

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Kerr: ‘…and the pursuit of happiness’ | Securities https://18-98plus.com/kerr-and-the-pursuit-of-happiness-securities/ Mon, 04 Jul 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/kerr-and-the-pursuit-of-happiness-securities/ These are the last words of the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. Although succinct, it is also one of the most profound, philosophical and memorable statements in the document. The entire sentence reads: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator […]]]>

These are the last words of the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. Although succinct, it is also one of the most profound, philosophical and memorable statements in the document.

The entire sentence reads: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.”






David Kerr


We Americans have heard this phrase repeated so many times that we don’t give it the attention it deserves – especially the last three words. It was quite remarkable that the Founding Fathers declared the equality of mankind and the rights to life and liberty, but the final sentence did something that no government document, certainly no founding document, had ever done before, nor since, and it was to declare that the pursuit of happiness is a human right.

This type of thinking is indicative of the Enlightenment – the period of awareness and learning which, at its height in the late 18th century, gave rise to notions such as representative government, an intense questioning of what which was once considered an absolute doctrine (both in terms of religion and governance) and the importance of natural rights, inherent in our very state of being.

At the time, the notion of self-government, central to the Declaration of Independence, was still a new and dangerous concept to some. After all, this was a world of kings and empires, and the idea of ​​a colony declaring itself independent based on such theories of governance was unheard of.

There was no precedent. It was also extremely dangerous. After all, everyone who signed the Declaration of Independence was a traitor to the British crown. However, there was more than that. These words, contained in an already profound statement of individual rights, offer unique insight into the spirit and vision of our founders.

It has been argued that the phrase is nothing more than a placeholder. However, this is unlikely. These men were not accustomed to throwaway phrases. Although one of the first drafts said “life, liberty and property”, at the suggestion of Ben Franklin and with the agreement of the other members of the Declaration Committee – Thomas Jefferson (the author of the document) , John Adams and Roger Sherman – phrase changed from “property” to “pursuit of happiness”.

When the Continental Congress debated the declaration, it made dozens of changes. Some sparked heated debate, but the reference to “the pursuit of happiness” stuck.

Despite all its fame, the Declaration of Independence does not have the force of law. Many people are surprised by this, but it was not supposed to be a law. Rather, it was a statement of the principles underlying the American Revolution and was written with the aim of explaining in clear and compelling terms our reasons for wanting to separate from Britain. In this regard, it was essential to explain the general philosophy of the government of the founders.

However, while this arguably imprecise phrase guaranteeing the right to the pursuit of happiness may not have the force of law, since 1776 this reference has been used to support all manner of causes where individual rights conflict with prevailing notions. of society or of the law. . The pursuit of happiness, nebulous as it is, has been repeated and discussed in congressional debates, noted in Supreme Court decisions, and found its way into political and philosophical discussions around the world.

Because it is unique to each of us, happiness is difficult to define and almost impossible to guarantee. But that was not the point. The aim of the founders’ revolutionary philosophy was to declare that no government – be it Great Britain or a local government – should impose upon its citizens unreasonable barriers and restrictions which limit their potential for personal fulfillment or happiness.

The “pursuit of happiness” as a human right was a remarkable statement about individual freedom and freedom. It was a radical concept then and it still is today.

David Kerr is an adjunct professor of political science at Virginia Commonwealth University and has worked on Capitol Hill and for various federal agencies for many years.

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Edmonds Police Blotter: June 22-June 28 https://18-98plus.com/edmonds-police-blotter-june-22-june-28/ Sat, 02 Jul 2022 20:08:42 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/edmonds-police-blotter-june-22-june-28/ June 22 Block 23600 Highway 99: A man has been jailed after being found on an unreported stolen moped in a parking lot. 8100 block 236th Street Southwest: Police responded to a report of a vehicle patrol in progress. A witness assisted in the arrest by locking the suspect in one of the parking lots. […]]]>

June 22

Block 23600 Highway 99: A man has been jailed after being found on an unreported stolen moped in a parking lot.

8100 block 236th Street Southwest: Police responded to a report of a vehicle patrol in progress. A witness assisted in the arrest by locking the suspect in one of the parking lots.

Block 23700 Highway 99: A vehicle window was smashed and a car was prowling.

Block 23600 Highway 99: Subject arrested for shoplifting.

200 block 5th Avenue North: A resident requested disposal of unwanted firearms.

Block 10000 Edmonds Way: An argument over money has been reported between a couple who were previously dating.

7500 block 176th Street Southwest: A driver has been arrested following a third-party report of a possible DUI.

June 23

22600 block 105th Avenue West: A vehicle stolen in Seattle was found unoccupied in Edmonds.

Block 23600 Highway 99: A man was arrested for shoplifting.

22400 block 93rd Place West: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle.

7300 block 212th Street Southwest: A transient man was kicked out of a medical facility for trespassing.

7800 block 216th Street Southwest: A verbal argument took place between a boyfriend and a girlfriend.

19900 block 88th Avenue West: A minor left the house without permission. The parents notified a behavioral health professional.

21500 block 80th Avenue West: Citizen reported email scam.

Block 300 Howell Way: A report of possible financial abuse by a guard has been forwarded to Adult Protective Services. No pending charges.

8100 block 236th Street Southwest: Police provided assistance to a designated crisis responder for a patient contact.

23700 block 84th Avenue West: Mailboxes damaged and mail stolen inside.

Block 600 3rd Avenue South: Police response to a disturbance resulted in an arrest warrant.

June 24

100 block Dayton Street: A dedication sign was damaged at City Park.

Block 23600 Highway 99: A known subject fled a store with stolen merchandise, with criminal charges dismissed.

7600 block 212th Street Southwest: Police received a delayed report of a corporate employee being assaulted by an unidentified subject.

21600 block 85th Place West: A delivered package was discovered damaged and the contents missing.

Block 21800 Highway 99: Police investigated a hit and run collision, and criminal charges were dismissed.

Block 22800 Highway 99: A stolen license plate was found in a truck. The registered owner did not know it had been traded.

5800 block 176th Street Southwest: Assisted Lynnwood PD for violation of domestic violence court order.

24200 block 92nd Avenue West: A prowling vehicle occurred overnight.

21400 block 72nd Avenue West: An employee’s purse was stolen while the person was at work, and credit card fraud was reported.

Block 24100 Highway 99: An unidentified suspect stole merchandise from a business.

Block 23600 Highway 99: The victim was pushed by a suspect, who stole a wallet from his purse.

June 25

Block 24300 Highway 99: A man was arrested for attempting to prowl vehicles at a car dealership.

8100 block 236th Street Southwest: Police received a delayed report of a domestic assault. Criminal charges were dismissed.

Block 23600 Highway 99: A man was arrested for shoplifting and violating a criminal trespassing warning.

7500 block 212th Street Southwest: A woman involved in a minor collision with a vehicle has been arrested for impaired driving.

Block 21900 Highway 99: A shoplifting suspect has been arrested by store security. The property has been recovered and the subject has been removed from the business.

June 26

7300 block 213th Place Southwest: A third party report of an altercation has been determined to be a couple having a verbal argument.

8400 block 218th Street Southwest: A civil dispute has been reported between neighbors.

8100 block 186th Street Southwest: A man was evicted from a residence after causing a disturbance.

200 block 5th Avenue North: A woman wanted to document a problem with her husband. No criminal activity.

Block 20700 Highway 99: Assistance was provided to another agency with a possible theft.

June 27

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A medical patient assaulted a hospital employee. Criminal charges were dismissed.

Block 23600 Highway 99: A man was arrested and jailed for theft.

21700 block West 76th Avenue: Unknown subjects robbed a business and stole money.

100 block Dayton Street: A woman was kicked out of a place after she refused to leave while having breakfast.

Block 22000 Highway 99: A man caused a disturbance in a store; said he was assaulted.

9000 block 242nd Street Southwest: Neighbors had an argument over the spraying of a fence.

19900 block 88th Avenue West: Police responded to a disturbance involving a minor with behavioral health issues. Help from a crisis line was obtained and the minor was returned home.

Block 8100 Lake Ballinger Way: A business was robbed with security footage of a suspect entering and exiting the location.

Block 9500 Edmonds Way: A man received a written trespassing notice from an apartment complex.

June 28

Block 24100 Highway 99: A man who was found unconscious in a vehicle has been arrested for Physical Control of a Motor Vehicle (DUI/drugs).

Block 17000 Talbot Road: A vehicle was driven over and property was stolen.

Block 600 Aloha Way: A found garage door opener was turned over to police for safekeeping.

Block 23500 Highway 99: A vehicle was stolen from a company parking lot.

21600 block 76th Avenue West: A man was reported missing after failing to return home.

Block 24100 Highway 99: Two subjects were evicted from a business for trespassing.

Block 21900 Highway 99: A man was arrested for trespassing a business.

Block 22400 Highway 99: A stolen license plate was found during a traffic stop.

Block 23600 Highway 99: A stolen vehicle has been located with subjects next to it. One of them was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

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Deshaun Watson’s decision could be weeks away https://18-98plus.com/deshaun-watsons-decision-could-be-weeks-away/ Fri, 01 Jul 2022 02:11:00 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/deshaun-watsons-decision-could-be-weeks-away/ Getty Images The three-day hearing in the Browns quarterback case Deshaun Watson has finished. So when will Judge Sue L. Robinson make a decision? According to multiple reports, she has asked both sides to submit written briefs in support of their respective positions by Monday, July 11. At that point, she will […]]]>


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The three-day hearing in the Browns quarterback case Deshaun Watson has finished. So when will Judge Sue L. Robinson make a decision?

According to multiple reports, she has asked both sides to submit written briefs in support of their respective positions by Monday, July 11. At that point, she will have everything she needs to make a decision.

When it does, it will generate a written document, possibly 20 pages or more. He will make findings of fact that will bind the appeal process. She will then apply the personal conduct policy and any other relevant considerations to those facts in order to make a decision.

Our guess (and it’s just a guess) is that a decision will be made by Monday July 25th. Then the appeals process will potentially take place – unless she decides not to impose any discipline.

Again, its findings of fact will be binding on the appeal process. These results will also go a long way in helping the media and fans understand the reasoning for the final decision.

We fully expect Justice Robinson’s written decision to be released. When it comes to players, there is always transparency. If Watson will be punished not very harshly or not at all, the league must hope that Judge Robinson gives a clear and convincing explanation of the result. The league will also have to publish its decision for all to see, not sweep it under the rug as it did with the commanders’ situation.



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Author PJ Kerr’s new book ’40 Days of Sorrow’ is a moving collection of journal entries that document the author’s grief over the loss of his beloved son https://18-98plus.com/author-pj-kerrs-new-book-40-days-of-sorrow-is-a-moving-collection-of-journal-entries-that-document-the-authors-grief-over-the-loss-of-his-beloved-son/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 04:03:04 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/author-pj-kerrs-new-book-40-days-of-sorrow-is-a-moving-collection-of-journal-entries-that-document-the-authors-grief-over-the-loss-of-his-beloved-son/ NEW YORK (WEB PR) June 27, 2022 PJ Kerr has completed her new book ’40 Days of Sorrow’: a powerful and moving look at the grief felt by a mother grappling with the loss of her only son, Brad. Unable to contact Brad and fearing the worst, Kerr’s worst fears came true when news […]]]>

PJ Kerr has completed her new book ’40 Days of Sorrow’: a powerful and moving look at the grief felt by a mother grappling with the loss of her only son, Brad. Unable to contact Brad and fearing the worst, Kerr’s worst fears came true when news of his son’s death reached him. What followed was a whirlwind of grief and a sense of loss that Kerr turned to journaling to overcome.

“There is no special name, like widow or orphan, for us parents who lose,” Kerr shares. “Mothers are deeply connected to those who came to earth thanks to us. I once read in a social media group, “during the loss of a child, we stand in the middle of the river of life, of heaven and earth”. There are deep insights or mysteries going on, and not everyone is aware of them. It’s my life now. A blessing and a curse.

“A lot of things happened before my eyes from day one. It all sounded like a dream. The unimaginable happened, and events told me that he was contacting me from the eternal state. I wrote at all hours of the night. I was compelled to write. I took pictures so as not to forget; once the shock passed, would I remember the details? Forty Days of Sorrow was primarily written and many photographs were taken during the first forty days after the death of my son, Bradley. I kept a diary and communicated through social media with many family members and friends. It was at the start of the COVID pandemic affecting the United States. The grief and isolation were deep. I collected my personal writings and photos about six months later to keep the integrity of the events and my state of mind during this process. My next move is to join the fight against the cause of his death.

Published by Page Publishing, PJ Kerr’s moving story pays tribute to his son and is an important cautionary tale about the devastating fentanyl poisoning epidemic. Fentanyl mixed with many non-lethal drugs and with just a very small amount of granular residue kills. Homicide by distribution. Kerr’s grieving process is shared in hopes of connecting with other parents who have lost their children to show that they are not alone in their pain.

Readers wishing to discover this poignant work can purchase “40 Days of Sorrow” in bookstores worldwide or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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▶️ Local law experts speak out on reversal of Roe v. wade https://18-98plus.com/%e2%96%b6%ef%b8%8f-local-law-experts-speak-out-on-reversal-of-roe-v-wade/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 00:56:55 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/%e2%96%b6%ef%b8%8f-local-law-experts-speak-out-on-reversal-of-roe-v-wade/ After the Supreme Court struck down Roe VS. Wade, a lot of questions remain about what really happened. Across the country, lawyers and other legal minds are preparing for a future after this historic event. “The Supreme Court of the United States has determined by a majority of 5 to 4, 5 justices signed, that […]]]>

After the Supreme Court struck down Roe VS. Wade, a lot of questions remain about what really happened.

Across the country, lawyers and other legal minds are preparing for a future after this historic event.

“The Supreme Court of the United States has determined by a majority of 5 to 4, 5 justices signed, that Roe was ‘demonstrably wrong when it was decided,'” said Terry J Price, Executive Director and Graduate Instructor of Washington University Law School.

The 14th Amendment says no state should violate privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States.

“Previously, the court ruled that the 14th Amendment guaranteed women the right to choose to terminate a pregnancy before they were viable,” said Jim Oleske, law professor at Lewis and Clark University.

This means abortions before 23 weeks of pregnancy.

Now it’s up to the states to decide.

“Oregon allows it, many states don’t,” said John Hummel, Deschutes County District Attorney.

Legally, nothing will change in Oregon, but it almost will, with many out-of-state women seeking abortions and traveling to where the procedure is legal, such as central Oregon.

“I think it would be more difficult in Oregon for women to get an abortion because we can bet now that Oregon is the abortion provider for Oregon women, but it will also be the provider abortion services for women in Idaho,” Hummel said.

When the Supreme Court decision was handed down, the reasoning was based on historical beliefs, with Justice Clarence Thomas suggesting that other Supreme Court decisions be overruled based on the intentions of the constitution when it was written in 1787.

“To what extent do we rely on our law, our constitution, as a dead document? Price said “Like a document that doesn’t change.”

This would include decisions on the provision of contraceptives, the legalization of same-sex marriage, same-sex relationships and interracial marriage.

“So maybe right now there aren’t 5 votes to make that decision, but the reasoning of the court led to its logical conclusion would seem to indicate that all of those decisions were wrong,” Oleske said.

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Louisiana auditors find problems with social work verification https://18-98plus.com/louisiana-auditors-find-problems-with-social-work-verification/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 12:12:51 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/louisiana-auditors-find-problems-with-social-work-verification/ The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services has failed to ensure compliance with work verification requirements for federal cash assistance for the tenth consecutive year, according to the Louisiana Legislative Auditor. Louisiana Legislative Auditor Mike Waguespack released a audit report for the Ministry of Children and Family Services on Wednesday, which found that the […]]]>

The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services has failed to ensure compliance with work verification requirements for federal cash assistance for the tenth consecutive year, according to the Louisiana Legislative Auditor.

Louisiana Legislative Auditor Mike Waguespack released a audit report for the Ministry of Children and Family Services on Wednesday, which found that the agency failed to provide case management services to recipients of cash assistance from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program between July 2020 and April 2021.

The discovery marked the tenth consecutive year that state auditors have reported exceptions with internal controls and compliance with the requirement, which includes determining when a TANF recipient is ready for work.

“Federal regulations require a parent or guardian receiving assistance to engage in work activities when the state has determined that the individual is ready to engage in work,” the auditors wrote.

DCFS became responsible for managing TANF cases on July 1, 2020, after taking over from the Louisiana Workforce Commission. DCFS created a new workforce development section to manage and conduct these services, but did not begin until May 2021, according to the report.

“In addition, DCFS contracted with Mathematica, a national consulting firm, to develop case management and train case management coaches to work with participants, which took additional time,” the report said. . “Additional delays have occurred due to DCFS employees being pulled from their regular duties to assist with emergency response.”

The auditors noted that “non-compliance could result in state sanctions imposed by the federal licensor.”

Auditors further found that DCFS did not have a process to ensure that $16 million of TANF grant funds transferred to the Social Services Block Grant were used only for programs or services for low-income children. or their families, as required by law.

“Furthermore, the report on SSBG expenditures included all individuals who received services through other federal programs that may be supported by SSBG funds rather than only individuals who actually received services paid for at all. or in part with funds from SSBG, as needed,” listeners wrote.

Louisiana’s Legislative Auditor recommended that DCFS ensure that case management services are provided to all TANF recipients and “maintain controls to ensure that expenditures related to TANF funds transferred to SSBG are used for child and family related services that meet income requirements and establish procedures to properly prepare the SSBG post-expenditure report. »

DCFS Secretary Marketa Garner Walters responded to the findings with letters to Waguespack on December 13, 2021 and June 10, 2022 that acknowledged the issues and explained how the agency planned to address them.

Walters wrote that “it took time to restructure the division, hire staff, train, develop and implement contracts” when DCFS took over case management for cash assistance recipients eligible to work in July 2020.

“Improvements in technology systems were needed to document the TANF/STEP program and provide reports for data analysis. DCFS worked with vendors to align the Louisiana Integrated Technology for Eligibility system with Goal4It! Model used to coach STEP participants. DCFS worked with the Office of Technology Services to obtain permission to use the Tuapath system, which allows participants to report work activities and communicate in real time with staff,” Walters wrote in December. “Improving the LITE system and implementing Tuapath will help DCFS report on work activities and track improvement actions.”

In June, she wrote that “the Child Protection Program is working with Tax, Budget and Cost Allocation to create written procedures that document the department’s process to ensure that fund expenditures TANF transferred to SSBG are used for child and family related services that meet income requirements and ensure that the SSBG expense report is properly prepared.”

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It’s time for the law community to take over the management of information https://18-98plus.com/its-time-for-the-law-community-to-take-over-the-management-of-information/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 16:51:00 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/its-time-for-the-law-community-to-take-over-the-management-of-information/ By Emma Cueto (June 21, 2022, 12:51 p.m. EDT) — As changes in technology and lawyer work habits create new challenges for document and information management, many mid-law firms should thinking more proactively about information governance, including how they can overcome the difference in resources compared to BigLaw, experts say. Information governance, which involves policies […]]]>
By Emma Cueto (June 21, 2022, 12:51 p.m. EDT) — As changes in technology and lawyer work habits create new challenges for document and information management, many mid-law firms should thinking more proactively about information governance, including how they can overcome the difference in resources compared to BigLaw, experts say.

Information governance, which involves policies relating to the collection and storage of documents, digital data and other records generated by an organization, is an increasingly demanding task, especially as lawyers began to rely more and more on written means of communication such as email and employee chat. functions to collaborate during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Community Halls Top List of Asset Disposals https://18-98plus.com/community-halls-top-list-of-asset-disposals/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 00:48:44 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/community-halls-top-list-of-asset-disposals/ For sale ? : Kyabram’s Plaza Theater is among more than 50 properties owned by Campaspe Shire Council that have been identified for disposal. Photo by Tony Cole Three community halls are among a dozen properties in Rochester, Lockington, Nanneella and Colbinabbin listed for disposal in Campaspe Shire’s asset management plan, which was adopted by […]]]>

For sale ? : Kyabram’s Plaza Theater is among more than 50 properties owned by Campaspe Shire Council that have been identified for disposal. Photo by Tony Cole

Three community halls are among a dozen properties in Rochester, Lockington, Nanneella and Colbinabbin listed for disposal in Campaspe Shire’s asset management plan, which was adopted by council at its meeting on Wednesday.

A chorus of discontent from Campaspe Shire community leaders hailed the unveiling of the asset management plan, which could see several iconic buildings become private or committee-owned.

The News from Campaspe received several inquiries about the document, some worried and some confused, the result being our decision to implore readers to investigate further the impact the plan will have on their communities.

For Campaspe Shire residents who don’t have the time or inclination to sift through hundreds of pages of the report – and attachments – here’s what the plan actually means for Rochester, Lockington and Colbinabbin.

Rochester seniors’ property, Colbinabbin Hall, Colbinabbin Works Depot, Nanneella Hall, Lockington Hall and Lockington kindergarten, as well as council-owned land in Rochester’s King, Hotham and Pont Sts.

A Koch Rd property is listed for disposal in Colbinabbin, as is a Rupert St building in Lockington.

But it’s not just the people of Rochester who should be concerned; this document affects the entire county.

Before preparing angry signs and emails to your local government officials – several (led by Deputy Mayor Colleen Gates) struggled to explain that the document would not be the only document to be taken into account with regard to the disposal of community assets.

People who contacted the News from Campaspe are so exasperated with the plan (available on the council website via the June 15 agenda and adopted by councilors at the same meeting) that we understand some have already written to councilors raising their concerns .

In Kyabram, the historic Plaza Theater and Town Hall buildings are the “important” items on the list of council-owned buildings for officers to “eliminate” over the next decade.

Described as a “living document” by a council insider, the asset management plan details the future of the county’s $881 million in assets, including its $314.9 million in roads and $188.5 million of buildings.

Items included in the report are council-owned land ($127.8m), trails ($30.13m) and highly controversial pools (valued at $11.4m) – the report detailing assets slated for disposal, upgrade and renewal – while evaluating current assets from good to bad.

Other community facilities listed for disposal included senior residences in Echuca, Stanhope, Rochester and Rushworth, several kindergartens and a range of other community group headquarters.

The asset management document could not have come at a worse time for community groups’ often strained relationship with the Campaspe Shire.

Its delivery comes on the eve of several Campaspe Shire communities preparing to embark on Township Facilities Plans (TFPs) and amid the continued delivery of Location Based Plans (PBPs).

Both TFP and PBP innovations are based on the community having a say in the future of council-owned buildings, land and other assets.

The council’s timing couldn’t be worse as it also prepares to announce the appointment of committees with the sole purpose of helping the county identify “non-essential” council-owned buildings.

The asset management plan suggests that these decisions have already been made, at least in some way.

At the April board meeting, it was announced that a series of seven to 11-member TFP governance committees would be appointed to help identify board-owned buildings that were surplus to requirements. County.

The committees, once formed, were to be given a detailed list of council-owned buildings and land in each city, and then be asked to recommend what could be “alienated” and what the proceeds of those sales could be used for.

Once the consultation process for the PTF is complete, a series of initiatives will be identified, which may include the closure and/or sale of council-owned community assets.

As was the case with the proposed decommissioning of outdoor pools, any facility or service identified by the community for closure, or decommissioning and/or sale through the TFP process, will have funds returned to the community.

These funds will be used to pay for any asset renewal and project identified in the PTF.

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Morgan Stanley US Financials 2022 Conference Overview – InsuranceNewsNet https://18-98plus.com/morgan-stanley-us-financials-2022-conference-overview-insurancenewsnet/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 23:49:01 +0000 https://18-98plus.com/morgan-stanley-us-financials-2022-conference-overview-insurancenewsnet/ US Regulated Stock Markets (Alternate Disclosure) via PUBT Specialized property and casualty insurance Morgan Stanley WE Finance, Payments and CRE Conference June 15, 2022 Forward-looking statements Certain statements made during this presentation, as well as those included herein, are not historical facts and may be considered “forward-looking statements” and are based on estimates, assumptions and […]]]>


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June 15, 2022

Forward-looking statements

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Reasons that could cause actual results and/or financial condition to differ materially from those implied by such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, those discussed or identified from time to time in documents filed by the AFG with the Security and Exchange Commission, including Annual Report on Form 10-K and Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q. We do not promise to update these forward-looking statements to reflect actual results or changes in assumptions or other factors that may affect these statements.

Basic net operating income is a non-GAAP financial measure that excludes items that are not generally considered part of ongoing operations, such as net realized gains and losses, discontinued operations, and other important items which cannot be estimated with reasonable accuracy, or which may not be indicative of current operations. AFG believes this non-GAAP measure is a useful tool for investors and analysts in analyzing AFG’s ongoing operating trends.

A history dating back 150 years

We specialize in providing P&C insurance products that help businesses manage their unique financial risks and exposures.

Approximately 50% of P&C specialist group the gross written premium is produced by companies

with the “top 10” ranking of the market

Superior subscription

Specialized P&C

Combined

Talent

Report

7.5%

9 years

COR outperformance points

Consecutive years

vs peers over a 10 year period

less than 94%

ended 31/12/2021

Leading P&C specialist insurer

Entrepreneurial culture, strategic alignment of interests

Market-leading P&C insurance specialist

Constant outperformance of investments

Superior capital management and strong balance sheet

Our corporate values

Our

Foundation

Specialization

Entrepreneurship

Responsibility

Our

Our

Priorities

Expectations

Client orientation

Integrity

Delete and open

self discipline

Communication

The respect of others

Work/Family balance

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