Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Muttontown man will avoid jail time after admitting to illegally dumping toxic chemicals into the ground at his Glen Cove salvage yard near a waterway that feeds the Long Island Sound.John Doxey pleaded guilty Wednesday at Nassau County court to endangering public health, safety or the environment.Prosecutors said the 45-year-old man illegally released toxic automotive fluids into the ground of his salvage yard on Park Place, just south of the Glen Cove waterway.New York State law requires that fluids like gasoline, motor oil and transmission fluid be drained and property stored for disposal before disassembling vehicles.Doxey was arrested in May 2012 following a joint investigation by Glen Cove city police, Nassau County police, the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and county prosecutors.Judge Francis Ricigliano sentenced Doxey to a conditional discharge with an agreement that he will finish the clean-up of the property under the supervision of the DEC. He has already spent $25,000 on the clean-up.
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9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The long awaited “Beneficial Owner” BSA final rule is hot off the presses. But, before a panic attack starts to set in and your blood pressure starts to rise, relax. Compliance with the rule isn’t required until 5/11/18. You know, the same year that the new HMDA rule takes effect. (Better get those vacation plans scheduled in 2017. Nobody gets time off in 2018.)So, what’s new with this rule? First, there is a certification form that must be completed for any new account opened on behalf of a legal entity, which is everything but a sole proprietor, unincorporated association or natural person opening an account on their own behalf. Another required form at account opening. Yay.The form requires the name, address, date of birth and Social Security number (or passport, etc.) for:Each individual who directly or indirectly owns 25% or more of the legal entity (up to 5 may be named) AND continue reading »
GUYANA and International umpire Nigel Duguid was named president of the GeorgetownNigel DuguidCricket Umpires and Scorers Association (GCUSA) when the body held its annual general meeting (AGM) for office-bearers for the 2016-17 period.The AGM was held last week, at the Local Government Union building on Woolford Avenue.Moses Ramnarine will serve as vice-president, while Mikowanayah Yosef Yisrael was elected as secretary.Javed Persaud is the treasurer, while Ryan Banwarie will fill the position of assistant secretary/treasurer. The Public Relations Officer is Ravishwar Latif, with Deon Feassal, Andre Hurry and Mark Scott elected committee members.
The Ghana National Armwrestling team, the Golden Arms, have won the just ended 2018 Go On Armwrestling Championship with a total of 88 medals.Nigeria and Mali placed second and third with 14 and 10 medals respectively.The two day event held at the Hathramani Hall at the Accra Sports Stadium for both the left and right arm challenges saw Ghana bagging in 31 gold medals, 32 silver medals and 25 bronze medals to crown the host and win slogan, with Nigeria taking home six gold medals, six silver medals and two bronze medals as Mali bagged in six gold medals and four silver.Egypt, had two Gold medals, one silver medal and one bronze to place fourth on the table with Togo bagging in one gold medal, two silver medals and three bronze medals as against Cameroon’s one gold medal, one silver medal and zero bronze medal to complete the fourth to sixth respectively.The Ninth African Armwrestling challenge, saw the various countries competing in the para-Armwrestling, juniors as well as male and female categories in various weights, was more of friendship and cultural display, according to Mr Charles Osei-Assibey, President for Ghana Armwrestling Federation.Ghana Arm wrestling Federation president Charles Osei Asibey described the championship as successful saying, ” l must say it’s been a long journey, it hasn’t been easy, but its worthwhile. “l commend all the participants for demonstrating high level of professionalism from start to finish.”Youth and Sports Ministry’s advisor, Dr Owusu Ansah praised the leadership of Ghana arm wrestling for projecting the sport which was formed a little over a year.The event received massive support from Twellium Industries Limited, producers of Go On Energy Drink.
Saint John Vianney High School in Holmdel awarded diplomas to 252 graduates at Brookdale Community College on June 4. More than 73 percent of the class of 2016 have been offered grands and scholarships totaling over $31 million. Graduating with Highest Honors were valedictorian Emily Olsen and salutatorian Marissa Payne.Photos Courtesy of Saint John Vianney
The federally funded document will examine three scenarios, including moving away from so-called “vulnerable coastal areas,” and recommend steps government and other stakeholders in the region, like NJ Transit, can take to be more resilient. The public got to see the latest on the regional project, called The New Jersey Fostering Regional Adaptation through Municipal Economic Scenarios (NJ FRAMES), at an open house July 10 at the Middletown Arts Center. “There should certainly be a strategy for areas that are at risk to be bought out by Blue Acres over time where needed,” she said. “We do not need to vacate the entire Jersey Shore and we certainly don’t want to. We don’t want to because we love our shore and also because it is an economic engine for tourism.” Some ideas call for the state Department of Transportation, local governments and the county to work on infrastructure projects, like raising sidewalks and roads. “Ultimately, it’ll create a plan, working with the representatives from the 15 towns and stakeholders and the public, for how they can take action or how they and the state, they and the county and they and the federal government can take action based on the threats that we’re seeing from sea level rise and future coastal events,” said Nicholas Angarone, bureau chief with the DEP’s office of climate resiliency and planning. “We’re providing them the options to make informed decisions.” This October will mark the seventh anniversary of Super Storm Sandy hitting the state and devastating the coastal region of Monmouth County. “This went from being a conversation that we were having at DEP and some environmental groups and some advocates were having and some towns, to being on the front page every day that people were looking to address,” Angarone said. “The 15 towns here have been very progressive in taking this action to start having what are ultimately difficult conversations.” Yet in a state where local control rules in municipal government, Long said she thought the challenge would be getting “local buy-in for the recommendations” in the report. Part of the project looks at water levels, projected at different time frames through the century, of as much as 12 feet above the norm due to combined effects of sea level rise and bad storms. Data from a Rutgers University report projecting sea level rise is being used for the project. Howard said she favors an approach that was applied in Wayne, where a government program called Blue Acres was used to buy homes of willing sellers who live in flood-prone areas of that community. A report by the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will offer policy recommendations, both in the short and long term, for how to respond to future coastal flooding in the Two River region, in the face of rising sea levels and potential major storms in the coming decades. “So we all need to be coordinating and working together,” she said. By Philip Sean Curran At Naval Weapons Station Earle, a military installation in Monmouth County, the federal government spends about $100 million every 10 years to strengthen and repair the pier complex. But during Sandy, Earle suffered $50 million worth of damage. Area map of 15 towns, displayed at the open house. Photo by Philip Sean Curran “We are pretty damn sure, based on the science, based on carbon emissions and climate change, that sea level is going to rise,” Angarone said. The report that gets released at the end of 2019 will show how all layers of government will have a role to play. None of the recommendations for policy changes will be binding on the towns, however. “We’ve been saying from the beginning water doesn’t respect a municipal boundary,” she said. “Whatever we do in one town has to be consistent to the next town to the next town. Otherwise, we’re just spinning our wheels.” Sea Bright Mayor Dina Long, arguing that flooding is not “a singular problem” for her community, said she pushed for a multijurisdictional approach to the issue. She said flooding “affects all the towns along the Shrewsbury and Navesink rivers.” The NJ FRAMES project was an outgrowth of the storm, as mayors decided to work collaboratively. “None of this would have happened but for Super Storm Sandy,” Long said. “This started out as a desire to coordinate locally across municipal boundaries.” “The Navy will take care of its own infrastructure,” said Dennis Blazak, community plans and liaison officer at the installation, at the open house. “We’ll always want to be ready to do the mission we have. But if we’re the only ones that do it and the community doesn’t also prepare, then we’ll just be an island in the stream.” At the open house last week there were maps of the region for the different scenarios the project team has laid out for 2030, 2050 and 2100. For 2030, in the “protecting our communities from the water” scenario, suggested steps call for raising bulkheads in north Rumson and closing seawall gaps in Sea Bright and Monmouth Beach, among other things. In some actions, towns can take steps on their own, but there are “things that have to be done at a regional scale,” Angarone said. Paid for with a roughly $900,000 grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the project was launched in 2016. The Two Rivers Council of Mayors applied for the funding, with the state performing “the analysis and the planning” for the 15 communities, Monmouth Beach Mayor Sue Howard said.
With The Queen’s School still Jamaica’s only all-female institution to host an annual development meet, the organisers are hoping this year’s 15th staging of the Queen’s-Grace Jackson meet will be their biggest, most memorable and most spectacular to date.The event, slated to begin at 8:30 a.m. next Saturday inside the National Stadium, was launched at the Queen’s School board room on Central Avenue, St Andrew, yesterday.The event, a qualifier for the ISSA-GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships in March, is expected to attract as many as 2,400 athletes. It will cost $500 for adults to enter while children with school identification and under 12 will pay $200.Honorees at this year’s meet will be recent graduate Danielle Williams, who won the 100m hurdles gold at last year’s IAAF World Championships and Wayne Long and Winston Harvey for their long-term contributions as track and field officials.five scholarshipsMeet patron, Olympian and past student Grace Jackson, highlighted the fact that five scholarships worth $15,000 each will be given to qualified Queen’s student athletes.”I would like everybody to come out to the stadium and watch the show. We are going to have excellent performances,” Jackson said.Meanwhile, telecommunications provider Digicel are on board for the first time, courtesy of their Digicel Grand Prix series, which sponsors a number of development meets.Main sponsor, Lucozade, has pumped in $650,000 in cash, products and special prizes for athletes and supporters.Meet manager Olive McNaughton stressed that the meet is about the development of athletes.”This meet is not just for the stars. This meet is for development, I think the Queen’s-Grace Jackson Meet has done its part in terms of development in Jamaica,” McNaughton said.Competitors will come from some of the major track and field clubs including MVP/UTech, Racers Track Club and G.C. Foster, as well as from high schools across Jamaica. Teams from Cayman Islands, The Bahamas and St Lucia are expected to compete for the first time.The events down to be contested include 200m for all classes, 400m hurdles, the 400m for clubs and institutions, field events including triple jump and discus while the organisers are also hoping to have the shot put and a special 60m event.The 4x400m relays are scheduled to bring the curtains down at 6 p.m.
1 AC Milan are ready to battle Chelsea for Torino star Andrea Belotti.The striker is a wanted man this summer after finishing the Serie A campaign last season with 26 goals to his name.The Italy international has a release-clause of £88m, but they can only be activated by foreign clubs and as such Chelsea are considered favourites to sign him.However, according to Sky Sport Italia, Milan remain interested in Belotti and have not given up hope of signing him.The Italian club are splashing the cash this summer and they are looking for a marquee centre forward.Milan are tracking Borussia Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Nikola Kalinic of Fiorentina, but Belotti remains a possibility too. Andrea Belotti in action for Italy
Fulham trailed at the break to a well-worked 10th-minute goal by Fernando Forestieri.The Italian striker swept a low right-footed shot in off the far post after fine build-up play around the edge of the box involving Barry Bannan and Gary Hooper.Fulham had started brightly but were left shaken by the goal and struggled to get going in the final third.Their best chance of the half came from a Stefan Johansen corner, but Kevin McDonald sent a powerful header over the bar.Fulham were fortunate to survive when Gary Hooper slid the ball past the far post with just the keeper to beat, before Forestieri slashed an effort wide.Whites boss Slavisa Jokanovic selected the same team for the third game in a row, having beaten Huddersfield and Brentford.Fulham: Button; Fredericks, Kalas, Sigurdsson, Malone; Johansen, McDonald; Cairney, Aluko, Piazon; Martin.Subs: Bettinelli, Odoi, Ream, Sessegnon, Parker, Ayite, Smith. Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Sunday’s loss to Atlanta was particularly galling given the Hawks were missing five first-choice players, Lue said.“Teams that we’re playing, having guys out, key guys out and still not being able to win,” Lue said. “We all have to continue to keep searching and continue to keep fighting and continue to play hard.”Yet Lue was reluctant to point the finger of blame at the Cavs starting lineup, saying problems existed throughout the roster.“It’s not just the starters, it’s all of us,” Lue said. “We all have to get better and we have to put in the work to get out of this hole. Starters understand they have to play better. They know that. But it’s all of us.”ADVERTISEMENT Lue was at a loss to explain the Cavaliers’ sluggish beginning to the season which has left the 2016 NBA champions languishing in the bottom half of the table.The Cavs coach said the team had pored over footage of their losses in an attempt to pinpoint their faults.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“Have to keep showing film and continue to keep talking about it,” Lue said. “Make sure we’re aware of it, and I think guys are embarrassed and should be embarrassed of how we’re getting beat.” Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion 76ers start West Coast road trip with Embiid on the bench Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Read Next Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 MOST READ LATEST STORIES Head coach Tyronn Lue of the Cleveland Cavaliers while playing the Indiana Pacers at Quicken Loans Arena on November 1, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. Indiana won the game 124-107. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images/AFPCleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said Monday his players were “embarrassed” by their start to the season as they prepared to take on the Milwaukee Bucks.The Cavs slipped to 4-6 on Sunday after losing at home to the under-strength Atlanta Hawks, who are propping up the Eastern Conference standings at 2-8.ADVERTISEMENT John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA View comments