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Required fields are marked * More Cool Stuff Community News The Pasadena DMV will reopen on Thursday.The office will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the exception of Wednesdays when the office will open at 9 a.m.To safeguard the health of employees and customers, the DMV temporarily closed all offices to the public March 27. Following cleaning of the offices, expansion of virtual services and development of new protocols, the DMV is reopening offices in stages. The DMV is selecting offices to reopen based on location, size, service capacity and the ability to offer enhanced service to commercial driver license customers. Behind-the-wheel drive tests continue to be suspended.Employees will maintain physical distancing while serving customers with existing appointments and Californians in need of selected transactions that can only be completed in a DMV field office, including:Paying registration for a vehicle impounded because of registration-related issuesReinstating a suspended or revoked driver licenseApplying for a reduced-fee or no-fee identification cardProcessing commercial driver license transactionsApplying for a disabled person parking placards (this can also be done by mail using the REG 195 form)Adding an ambulance certificate or firefighter endorsement to a driver licenseVerifying a transit training document to drive a transit bus.Processing DMV Express customers for REAL ID transactions, if time and space allowIn order to focus field office services to these select transactions, DMV staff may direct customers to online services and other available options to complete their transactions.Employees in the remainder of DMV’s 170 public offices will provide services through the Virtual Field Office. The DMV plans to continue reopening these offices to the public in phases during the coming weeks. More information on office openings will be provided on the DMV website.In addition to physical distancing, employees have access to disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer, facial shields, gloves and soap and water. The DMV also is providing hand-washing stations for customer use in select locations. Customers are required to wear a face covering and remain 6 feet apart in line. Customers will also be offered a text message that will allow them to wait outside the building until notified they are ready to be served. Entry into the building will be metered, and customers may experience extended wait times.Californians who do not have an urgent need to go to a DMV field office should delay their visit.The DMV has begun rescheduling prior appointments and notifying customers of the new date.The DMV, which initially reopened 25 offices earlier this month, continues to encourage customers to use online services, its expanded virtual services and other service channels to complete transactions, including eligible driver license and vehicle registration renewals.The DMV continues to provide essential services via mail, online, kiosks, call centers, available business partners and virtually to process critical transactions, including eligible driver license and vehicle registration renewals, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Customers can use the Service Advisor on the DMV website to learn their options to complete DMV tasks.The DMV has taken a number of actions during the COVID-19 pandemic, including:Extending driver licenses that expire between March 1 and July 31, 2020. Drivers 70 years and older are receiving a 120-day temporary paper extension in the mail, and drivers 69 and younger can request a free temporary paper extension online.Keeping expiring commercial licenses, learner’s permits, endorsements and certificates valid through June 30, 2020.Extending identification cards expiring on or after March 4, 2020, to be valid through June 21, 2020.Waiving late fees and penalties for vehicle registration renewals due between March 16 and May 31, 2020, and paid within 60 days of the original expiration date, as well as delaying other requirements.Temporarily waiving required in-person renewals for eligible driver license and identification cardholders with expirations between March and May 2020. Individuals who meet the criteria are able to renew online or by mail.Launching the DMV Virtual Field Office to create new digital options for transactions that previously required an in-person office visit.Extending driver license permits expiring between March and August 2020.Canceling all behind-the-wheel drive tests to honor social distancing guidelines.Suspending extended office hours and Saturday service. 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first_imgWalk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Patrickswell women get to the heart of the matter Advertisement WhatsApp www.licp.ie – New website for city centre community partnership No vaccines in Limerick yet Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Twittercenter_img Previous articleSIPTU calls for receiver to be appointed to Andersen Ireland onlineNext articleFinal tough budget to close out the game Liam Togherhttp://www.limerickpost.ieLiam joined the Limerick Post in December 2012, having previously worked in other local media organisations. He holds an MA in Journalism from the University of Limerick and is particularly interested in sports writing. Print THE Nicholas Street Medieval Tidy Towns committee celebrated a landmark success in the national Tidy Towns competition recently, coming top in the country in the Urban or Rural Village category.The committee was formed in April of this year after locals grew weary of asking for help with the neglected condition of the area and it is made up of residents and business representatives of the Nicholas Street, Church Street and Castle Street area.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The group’s chairperson Michael Tracey said: “We felt we had to act for ourselves to try and get this area of its knees. We put in a lot of effort and we have the street looking well.“However, this is just the first step in what will be a very long strategic plan for the area. I want to congratulate all our committee and we look forward to further progress next year.”Dr James Ring of the Limerick Civic Trust, which is a member of the group, added: “We have a five year plan to gradually increase the catchment area to take in the entire medieval city to include the English and Irish towns.“This year coming we plan to include the Abbey area of King’s Island before moving over the bridge to take in Broad Street and John’s Street in the coming years.” NewsLocal NewsNational award for Nicholas Street Medieval QuarterBy Liam Togher – September 18, 2013 974 Linkedin 490 volunteers attend Tidy Towns webinar hosted by Limerick City and County Council Love for Limerick as stars line up for St. Patrick’s Day’s video TAGSfeaturedLimerick Civic TrustMedieval QuarterNicholas StreetTidy Towns last_img read more

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Google+ Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Previous article“Doing Business in Donegal” taking place todayNext articleDerry move was right for Morrison News Highland WhatsApp LGH should benefit from HSE Service Plan announcement – Mc Hugh Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry center_img The Head of the HSE has admitted waiting list targets are too ambitious.It follows the publication of their Service Plan for 2015 yesterday, which aims to reduce the time it takes to see a hospital consultant to under a year by the end of 2015.According to reports, nearly 50 thousand patients are currently waiting more than a year for an appointment, over 2,500 of them at Letterkenny General Hospital.Meanwhile, Junior Minister Joe Mc Hugh says the service plan provides for the continued recommissioning of services at Letterkenny General Hospital in the wake of the 2013 floods, but he’s also hopeful that the hospital will benefit from funding to speed up the discharge process……….Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/johealthweb.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Google+ 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – November 28, 2014 Twitter Pinterest Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North last_img read more

first_img8 Murray Street, Townsville City.A QUEENSLANDER once owned by a Townsville mayor more than 100 years ago will be sold under the hammer.The three bedroom home at 8 Murray St, Townsville City will go to auction at 10am today.RE/MAX listing agent Garry Byrnes said George Murray, who served as Mayor between 1908 and 1916 built the house and the street was later renamed after him.“George Murray came from Scotland and he was a carpenter so he actually built 8 Murray St in 1895 and 1896,” he said.“He bought the land because in the 1880s in Townsville there was a really big property and land boom and then in the 1890s an economic depression hit Australia and slowed down the building so George Murray bought the land that was subdivided off the back of another house.“Both of his two sons were killed on the western front in WWI in France and as a result of them being killed and George Murray being in the position of Mayor, they renamed the stretch of street Murray St.”More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The character home also has two bathrooms, two car spaces and ocean views out to Cleveland Bay.The home is positioned on 476sq m of land and has an inground pool and large outdoor deck perfect for entertaining.Mr Byrnes said the home’s Queenslander charm and prime location had attracted plenty of interest.“The house itself is really well built and it’s extremely solid with the stumps built out of brick,” he said.“It would certainly suit a young professional couple or a couple who are downsizing but still want to stay in the city.“Queenslanders always have a romance about them but some people today see Queenslanders as too much work, but with new building products that has to some degree been nullified.”The home will be open for inspection from 9.45am before the auction. For more information call Garry Byrnes on 0409 134 130.last_img read more

first_imgArsenal boss Arsene Wenger felt his side’s 1-0 defeat at Stoke was a “massive setback” for their Barclays Premier League title challenge. The Gunners conceded in the 76th minute when Jon Walters’ flick struck Laurent Koscielny’s arm in the box and referee Mike Jones awarded a penalty, which the Potters forward stepped up and converted himself. Wenger described the goal as a “nice gift” for Stoke from Jones, but was also in no doubt that Arsenal had not been good enough in attack during the contest. Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud in particular was on the end of some rough-looking treatment during the game, with Stoke midfielders Glenn Whelan and Charlie Adam appearing to stand on the France international. Wenger after the match made reference to the Potters’ physicality, but was reluctant to speak about individual incidents. He said: “You have to give credit to Stoke. They defended well, with resilience, and made the game very physical. “We knew that would be the case before the game, though. They have the highest number of fouls in the Premier League. But we didn’t cope well enough with it and at the end of the day we were punished.” Asked about the challenges on Giroud, Wenger added: “I don’t want to talk about the referee. I have nothing to say about that. “I am long enough in the game to make my own judgement and I prefer to concentrate on our own performance.” When questioned about Adam in that context, Stoke manager Mark Hughes said it was the first he had heard about it, adding: “It would be a shame if people highlight that as it wasn’t that type of game.” Hughes, whose team are now six points clear of the relegation zone, was keen to praise the Potters’ efforts in achieving what was only their second victory in 11 Premier League games. Reflecting on a result that sees Stoke’s record at home against Arsenal extend to one loss in the last eight, and follows other notable victories this term in triumphs against Chelsea and Manchester United, Hughes said: “The stars were aligned and it came together. I thought we were excellent on the day to be perfectly honest. “We were up against a very accomplished Arsenal side with a lot of talent and lot of ability, but we matched that and in the end won the game courtesy of a penalty. “I’ve been made aware that maybe Arsenal felt it wasn’t a just penalty, but I’m a bit bemused by that as I thought it was clear-cut to most people. “Regardless of that, we deserved the victory anyway by virtue of what we produced in our general play. All in all it was a very satisfying performance.” Walters has seen several of his penalties fail to hit the back of the net, and regarding his success this time out, Hughes said: “That is what you get from Jon – he is mentally very strong. “He takes responsibility every day so it didn’t surprise me that he grabbed the ball, he wasn’t going to give it to anyone else. “I was really pleased for him that he was able to dispatch it as it was a pressure kick. “Charlie (Adam) wasn’t too happy that I took him off as he sensed he would get a penalty. But he will get over it.” And with the result, plus leaders Chelsea’s 3-1 win at Fulham, meaning Arsenal are now four points adrift of the Blues with each having 10 top-flight games to go, Wenger said: “It is not slightly worrying – it is a big worry for us to lose a game like that. It is a massive setback. “It was a good defensive performance and, overall, we were unlucky to lose this game. But offensively we didn’t create enough. “Our offensive game was poor, considering our standards. And, at the end of the day, we didn’t score because of that. “We conceded a goal which was a nice gift from the referee, but that can happen. “He is one yard away – how can he take his hand away? He has no time to take his hand away from the ball. “He had no intention at all, but we cannot influence the decision of the referee and I feel going forward we were not good enough to create chances, and that is why we were punished.” Wenger insisted his team are “not fragile at all”, and, on the prospect of them bouncing back, he said: “I’m not worried. “But we didn’t produce the performance we wanted and to win a title, when you are expected to perform, you have to perform. It is as simple as that.” Press Associationlast_img read more

first_imgSam Arslanian | Daily TrojanFrom the second the Vegas Golden Knights and the Washington Capitals entered the Stanley Cup Finals, it was destined to be a memorable series. The Western Conference presented its best team in the Vegas Golden Knights. A year ago, the Golden Knights barely existed. As an expansion team in the 2017-2018 season, they were heavily criticized by hockey fans claiming that the team would fail as an organization. “Las Vegas is not a hockey town,” said pessimistic hockey fans. However, a solid expansion draft landed players like goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, defenseman Jason Garrison and offensemen William Karlsson. These players, bolstered by the hockey expertise of head coach Gerard Gallant allowed for the Golden Knights to make a deep-run into the postseason.On the other hand, the Washington Capitals represented the Eastern Conference in their second Stanley Cup Finals. Their first appearance came in 1997-98 in which they fell short of my Detroit Red Wings. The Caps franchise player Alexander Ovechkin has been with the organization since he first entered the NHL in 2005. Since then, he has been one of the most dominant and admired players in the league.Growing up, Ovi was one of my hockey role models. My fascination with him spawned when I saw a video of Ovechkin scoring a goal from his back in a game against the Phoenix Coyotes. When 99 percent of people thought the play was over, Ovechkin had other thoughts. The determination and perseverance he possesses are forces to be reckoned with.As a neutral fan in this situation, I didn’t know which team I wanted to get behind. Do I root for the first-year Cinderella team in the Golden Knights or do I root for Ovechkin and the Capitals? I couldn’t find an answer to that question throughout the series. It wasn’t until after the Capitals bested the Golden Knights four-to-one that I had my answer. Following Game 5, Ovechkin was presented with the Conn Smythe Trophy, awarded to the most valuable player in the Stanley Cup playoffs — a well deserved award. After receiving his MVP trophy, he was the first person to hoist the greatest trophy in professional sports, the Stanley Cup. As he lifted the 35-pound prize, Ovechkin let out one of the most triumphant screams I had ever heard. The only time he wasn’t screaming was when he was kissing the trophy. As he skated around the arena with the cup in hand, tears came to his eyes and fans of both teams cheered in celebration for Ovi. At that moment, the answer to my seemingly unsolvable question was obvious. I wanted Ovechkin to win. There are few athletes in the world of professional sports that can maintain the amount of perseverance and dedication Ovechkin has demonstrated throughout his career. Despite coming short of a championship in 12 consecutive seasons, the Capitals finished first place in their division seven times under Ovechkin. That is a frustrating statistic for a captain to swallow. Take the Los Angeles Dodgers, for example. They mount a dominant season, have high postseason expectations set on them, make a deep playoff run and they fail short. It always makes me smile to see NHL players celebrate with the Cup in their hometowns following the championship. There is something so pure about it. Walking around, living your daily life, lugging a 35-pound trophy. Every Cup winner does this; its a way to show off and remember your hard work and dedication. Throughout my years as a hockey fan, I have seen some outrageous pictures and videos with the cup, but nothing can top the media that came from Ovechkin’s tour. He had a full day with the Cup, performing a “keg stand” on the Cup and then jumping into a fountain. Ovi capped off the night by saying goodnight to the Cup and spending the night with Lord Stanley’s Cup right by his side.An underdog story always makes me happy. Seeing a team come out of nowhere and steal a title is one of the most exciting moments in sports. But for me, a story of dedication and perseverance like Ovechkin’s will top an underdog story every time.Sam Arslanian is a sophomore majoring in journalism. He is also the sports editor of the Daily Trojan. His column, “Extra Innings,” runs every other week.last_img read more

first_img20 Sep 2015 Champion club Birstall will seek Euro glory The three-man team from Birstall Golf Club made up nine shots to claim the title of English Champion Club – and set a date to seek European glory.Chris Webb, Jack Merry and Steve Sansome beat the halfway leaders, City of Newcastle, on countback after both teams finished on 11-over par at Brancepeth Castle in Durham. Birstall’s second round total was just four-over par, while their rivals were 13-over.Now they will represent England in the European Champion Club tournament in Cyprus in October.Keith Marston, president of the Leicestershire & Rutland club, said: “This is the biggest thing that has happened to Birstall in our 114-year history. I’m very, very proud of them, it’s been a very special and emotional day.”After the first round, the team were a combined seven-over par and nine shots behind the City of Newcastle – but they weren’t daunted. “We knew if we played well we would have a good chance,” said Sansome, who is a past winner of the English mid-amateur championship.He and Merry duly obliged with rounds of two-under 68 and 67 respectively, but Webb feared he had let the team down when he scored 79. However, his par on the last proved crucial.“I had the biggest sigh of relief when we found we had actually won. It was a very, very long 45 minutes and I couldn’t look at the scoreboard,” he said.Merry, meanwhile, had the low-score of the day with his three-under 67. “I played quite solid and then had three birdies in the last five holes,” he said. “I’ve never played competitively overseas so it will be fantastic to go to Cyprus.”Sansome summed up for them all when he said: “We are really thrilled, absolutely delighted. We knew we had a good team – but there’s a lot of other good teams here.” All three players hold plus handicaps.City of Newcastle, Northumberland, had to settle for the runners-up spot, just as they did in 2009. One shot behind them, on 12-over, were third placed Workington from Cumbria.City of Newcastle’s Phil Ridden, who went round in one-over par today, had the compensation of topping the individual leaderboard on four-under, one ahead of Merry. Joshua McMahon of Redditch also beat par for 36 holes, finishing on one-under.Click here for full scoresCaption: (from left) Chris Webb, Jack Merry and Steve Sansome with the English Champion Club trophy (image © Leaderboard Photography)last_img read more