The cup is falling apart. Another five teams withdrew from…

first_imgDue to the obligation to pass coronavirus tests in matches, opponents from the first and second leagues will not play in the 2nd round or Hlučín, Povltavská fotbal akademie, Loko Vltavín and Benešov.Český Brod also gave up further continuation of the competition, although it would not have to take samples before the match with the three-league team in Chlumec nad Cidlinou. The official website of the MOL Cup informed about it.Already in the introductory round, the trio of Rýmařov, Slavičín and Hranice resigned due to mandatory tests. So far, 11 clubs have given up participation in the 2nd round of the cup – in addition to Hlučín, Český Brod, Povltavská FA, Vltavín and Benešov, they are Březová, Aritma Praha, Motorlet Praha, Znojmo, Kroměříž and Velké Meziříčí.The second league teams Prostějov and Třinec advanced for the second time without a fight. After the resignation of rivals in the 2nd round, Příbram, Opava and Teplice passed from the highest competition.The Football Association of the Czech Republic contributes half of the checks, but clubs do not have to undergo them. If they do so, they must inform the competition management no later than 48 hours before the match.The match is then counted in favor of the opponent, but the clubs avoid financial penalties.The main part of the 2nd round of the cup is scheduled for next Wednesday.last_img read more

NHL extends self-quarantine guideline until April 15

first_img The NHL has extended its guideline for players and staff to self-quarantine until April 15 and it is possible the coronavirus pandemic could push that back even further. Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly confirmed the extension to the Associated Press in an email Tuesday. It adds an extra 11 days to the previous guidance of April 4, which Daly last week acknowledged was “a meaningless date” because of the rapidly changing situation.“As we get closer to the date, we’re going to have to make decisions as to what to do then,” Daly said. “We’re biting this off in chunks.”The NHL put its season on pause March 12 with 189 regular-season games remaining. Commissioner Gary Bettman said then he was optimistic of resuming the season and awarding the Stanley Cup.The timeline for doing that still isn’t clear. The NHL has asked teams for arena availability dates through August, so it wouldn’t be inconceivable to see hockey last deep into the summer.“Depending on how the country, the world handles the virus, I think there is a possibility of playing end of June, July, August,” Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan said Monday.Several things have to happen first. President Donald Trump extended U.S. social distancing guidelines through the end of April, and the NHL said it will evaluate the situation 45 days into the CDC’s eight-week recommendation against gatherings of 50-plus people that runs until mid-May.The NHL’s chief medical officer said getting players together in small groups is the first step toward potentially resuming the season. State, provincial and local lockdown regulations could affect the re-opening of team practice facilities for informal skates.So far, four NHL players have tested positive for COVID-19: two each from the Colorado Avalanche and Ottawa Senators.MacLellan said his staff is preparing for what small-group practices might look like.“We’ve talked about that scenario taking place where we get on the other side of the virus curve and there’s beginnings of you can have small groups,” MacLellan said. “Could we structure something at (our facility) where we’re bringing in three, four guys at a time, how do we handle sanitizing the training room, the equipment room.” First Published: 1st April, 2020 03:26 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US Associated Press Television News COMMENT LIVE TVcenter_img Written By WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 1st April, 2020 03:28 IST NHL Extends Self-quarantine Guideline Until April 15 The NHL has extended its guideline for players and staff to self-quarantine until April 15 and it is possible the coronavirus pandemic could push that back even further. FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Tipp Minors begin preparation for All Ireland semi final

first_imgPhoto: Twitter/Tipperary Supporters Club Following their 3rd Munster Minor Hurling title in 4 years Tipp are now focusing on the All Ireland championship.Tommy Dunne’s side recorded an impressive 1-20 to 1-12 win over Limerick in yesterday’s provincial decider in Semple Stadium.Tipp goalkeeper Aaron Browne of Knockavilla Donaskeigh Kickhams says they’ll quickly turn their attention to an All Ireland semi-final in Croke Park on the last weekend in July.last_img

Ravens reportedly interview Linehan for offensive coordinator job

first_imgThe Ravens continued their search for their next offensive coordinator by interviewing a new candidate for the job on Monday.According to The Sun, former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan was the latest to meet with the Ravens about the vacancy created last week when Jim Caldwell departed to become the head coach of the Lions. Baltimore had already interviewed former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and other candidates, but details of the search have largely remained unknown over the last week.Linehan served as Detroit’s offensive coordinator for the last five seasons and was fired along with head coach Jim Schwartz following a 7-9 campaign that saw the Lions miss the postseason. Detroit ranked sixth or better in total offense in each of the last three years with an offense that featured quarterback Matthew Stafford and All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson.The 50-year-old also served as the head coach of St. Louis from 2006 to 2008. Under Linehan, the Rams went 11-25 before he was fired four games into the 2008 season.last_img read more

Fifa set to approve Boateng to play for Ghana

first_imgFifa is expected to approve the nationality switch of Kevin Prince Boateng in the coming days as the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has finally produced documents to back the ex-Germany star’s nationality switch.The world governing body has started investigating the issue to approve the player’s desire to play for the Black Stars at the World Cup and beyond, Ghanasoccernet can exclusively reveal.But the nationality switch of Norway U21 goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey is still hanging by a thread as the documents required have still not been provided by the GFA.Some members of the GFA vehemently denied a BBC report quoting Fifa last month that the extremely long delay in approving the nationality switches of the two players was because the federation did not provide all the documents needed for the approval.However, the GFA has now come up with the papers needed to approve Boateng’s quest to play for Ghana where his father hails from instead of Germany.“The request from the Ghana Football Association concerning the player Boateng is now pending with FIFA and currently being investigated,” Fifa said in an exclusive statement to Ghanasoccernet.com. This means if the player status committee sits within one month, the ex-Germany star will be approved to play for Ghana well in time for the World Cup which starts in South Africa on 11 June.But the desperation of Kwarasey is expected to prolong as no papers have been provided for Fifa to clear him to compete for a place at the World Cup, Fifa told Ghanasoccernet.com.“With respect to the player, Kwarasay, in summer 2009 the player personally contacted our services with regard to his possible change of association,” the Fifa statement read.“However, since then no follow-up was ever received by the association concerned. As a result, there is no current pending case involving him, with FIFA.”With the GFA delaying in providing the documents to back the goalkeeper’s switch, Ghana quest for a good replacement for Richard Kingson could be scuppered because of the GFA’s apparent lack of interest. According to Fifa regulations on international switches, the player wishing to represent a new country must ONLY submit a written request to the world governing body seeking to play for another country.But the federation the player wishes to represent must satisfy FOUR CONDITIONS including evidence of the player’s link to the country with a passport.The GFA provided only Boateng’s father’s birth certificate in its initial application which was rejected by Fifa on grounds that it does not prove his father is a Ghanaian.Boateng’s father’s Ghanaian passport has now been provided which enabled the case to be opened by Fifa.This means if the GFA had provided all the documents seven months ago when it applied for the switch, the Portsmouth start could have played for the Black Stars at the Africa Cup of Nations in Angola. This is because it took Mali only THREE WEEKS to secure ex-France U21 striker Mamadou Samassa switch to play for the West Africans.Source: Ghanasoccernet.comlast_img read more

Ex-Chelsea wonderkid Jamal Musiala is the second youngest goalscorer in Germany’s third tier and plays for Bayern Munich

first_img Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! EARLIER this week, Jamal Musiala announced himself in spectacular fashion to Bayern Munich fans.The promising attacking midfielder, plucked from Chelsea’s academy last summer, scored his first two goals for the Bavarians, playing for their reserve side in Germany’s third tier, 3.Liga.Jamal Musiala (centre) is beginning to make a name for himself at Bayern MunichCredit: Getty Images – GettyMusiala (second from right) scored his first two professional goals this weekCredit: Represented by ZUMA Press, Inc.His double in the 2-0 win over FSV Zwickau made him the second youngest goalscorer in the history of that competition – aged just 17 years and 98 days.Although Musiala was just 45 days short of the record set by David Alaba, the impressive feat was not lost on Bayern’s social media channels – with their official Twitter page sharing an image of Jamal with a lovestruck eyes emoji.MOVING FROM STAMFORD BRIDGEDespite Chelsea’s desperate attempts to keep Musiala at Stamford Bridge on a long-term deal, the Stuttgart-born youngster signed for Bayern Munich in 2019 on a five-year-contract.He joined the trend of English youngsters leaving the UK for Germany in search of first team football, including Jadon Sancho and Reiss Nelson.Interestingly, his agent is Callum Hudson-Odoi’s older brother, Bradley.Hudson-Odoi was a chief target for the German champions, before they turned their attentions to Musiala and the England international signed a new deal with the Blues.ENGLAND OR GERMANY?Although he was born in Germany, Musiala has starred for the Three Lions at youth level.Astonishingly, he made his debut for the Under-15s at the tender age of 13.Musiala in action for England U17sCredit: Rex FeaturesMusiala plays as an attacking midfielder or second strikerCredit: Rex FeaturesIn 2018 Musiala played for the Germany U16 team against BelgiumCredit: Getty Images – Getty While for the U16 side he scored three times in nine games, providing two assists. Musiala has since appeared for England’s U17 team six times and scored twice.However, he may be hedging his bets when it comes to international football.The promising talent has also played twice for the German U16s, so expect a tug-of-war over his international future.SUPER SUBOn June 3, Musiala made his professional debut over Preußen Münster in the 3. Liga – coming on as a sub in a 3-2 win.A week later, he scored his first professional goals.With Bayern struggling to break down FSV Zwickau, Musiala was introduced to proceedings replacing Malik Tillman after 57 minutes.And he made the difference, with his two strikes coming in the 75th and 85th minutes to earn his side victory.HE’S COLD AS ICEHis boss Sebastian Hoeness praised Musiala’s ice-cold demeanour after the game.He revealed: “The boy is freezing cold. If you talk to him before the game, he appears focused, calm and reserved.Musiala became the second youngest scorer in 3.Liga when he netted twice for Bayern MunichCredit: Represented by ZUMA Press, Inc.Germany and England are set for a tug-of-war over Musiala’s international futureCredit: Getty Images – Getty“But when he comes on the field, he literally explodes. That’s exactly what we want to see from young players. They should take your heart in your hand and be brave.”He added: “We know that Jamal has great qualities with the ball. The boy helps us, so he deserves the chance.“Against Zwickau, he rewarded himself and helped us a lot as a team, which makes me extremely happy.” Funny animals make you happy and laugh funny animal compilation People Slammed By Massive Waves 4center_img REAL vs FAKE GOLD Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Animals are so funny that you can die of laughterlast_img read more

IMCA Modified winner earns $1,000 at Redwood Speedway opener

first_imgREDWOOD FALLS, Minn. – A check for $1,000 and a spot on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational bal­lot go to the winner of Redwood Speedway’s IMCA Modified opening night event on Sunday, May 27.There is no entry fee and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Mach-1 Sport Compacts complete the evening card. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional, Minnesota State and track points will be awarded.Pit gates at Redwood Falls open at 4 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 5 p.m. Racing follows 6:30 p.m. hot laps.Grandstand admission is $12 for adults, $8 for students ages 10-17 and free for kids nine and under. Pit passes are $30.last_img read more

Police Capture Man Who Allegedly Killed Orlando Cop in Abandoned Home

first_imgOrlando Police Department(ORLANDO, Fla.) — Orlando police say that they have caught alleged cop killer Markeith Loyd, who was also wanted for killing a pregnant woman.Around 7 p.m. Tuesday, authorities located Loyd in an abandoned home, Orlando Police Chief John Mina said during a press conference. Police surrounded the home, but Loyd tried to escape through the back of the home before the SWAT teams arrived, Mina said.Loyd then ran back inside the home and left again through the front door, wearing body armor and carrying two handguns, including a Glock that contained a magazine with the capacity for 100 rounds of ammunition, Mina said. Loyd threw the guns to the ground and resisted arrest when police officers tried to detain him.He suffered minor injuries in the scuffle and was treated by firefighters, Mina said. Great police work got this cop killer and the killer of Sade Dixon and her unborn child off the street. pic.twitter.com/MkAdoHwZmM— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) January 18, 2017One of the first people Mina said he called after Loyd was caught was Clayton’s husband, Seth Clayton, who expressed both relief and concern that Loyd was captured just around the corner from the home of Clayton’s mother, Mina said.Authorities launched a massive manhunt last week in response to Clayton’s death. Law enforcement was able to locate Loyd by “tireless” and “great police work,” rather than anonymous tips, Mina said. Several agencies, including the Orlando Police Department, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Marshals, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation, Homeland Security and the FBI participated in the hunt for Loyd. Last week, the reward for information leading to Loyd’s capture was raised to $125,000.“I was extremely happy that this dangerous person was off the streets,” Mina said when asked by a reporter why he was seen smiling in the video of Loyd being led into the police station.More arrests are pending for anyone who helped Loyd evade police, Mina said. The investigation has revealed that Loyd received help and the home that he was found in has ties to some of his associates, Mina said. Police do not know how long Loyd was in the home before he was caught, the police chief said.An investigation of the arresting officer’s use of force will be launched, per standard procedure, Mina said.In a statement, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Loyd will be “held to the fullest extent of the law.”“It is sickening that anyone would commit senseless violence against our brave first responders,” Scott said. “Ann and I continue to pray for the families of the fallen heroes and hope today’s news provides some relief.”Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico These are Lt. Debra Clayton’s handcuffs. Markeith Loyd was placed in these when he was arrested. pic.twitter.com/3TKs9nw2lu— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) January 18, 2017Orange County records show Loyd was booked on charges of first-degree murder with a firearm, unlawful killing of an unborn child, attempted first-degree murder with a firearm and two counts aggravated assault with a firearm. Markeith Loyd was wearing body armor when he was apprehended. And had these guns in his possession. pic.twitter.com/T0AfzZibmA— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) January 18, 2017On Dec. 9, Orlando Master Sgt. Debra Clayton was on duty by herself near a Walmart around 7 a.m. when a citizen approached her, telling her that a murder suspect was nearby, according to police.Clayton found Loyd and chased him, police said. He allegedly opened fire after Clayton told him to stop running. He was already wanted before he shot and killed Clayton for allegedly killing a pregnant woman.Clayton, a wife and mother, was shot multiple times, police said. She was wearing body armor at the time, but she later died. A funeral for the slain officer was held over the weekend.Loyd was placed in Clayton’s handcuffs when he was caught, as part of a “tradition” in law enforcement that goes back “many, many years,” Mina said. Relatedlast_img read more

Wheat Festival in pictures: A final look back with 240 pictures …

first_imgFollow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down mlcrittenden · 108 weeks ago LOL! AMBER!!! <3 My Hoops dancing made the cut! <3 Report Reply 0 replies · active 108 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — It’s a wrap! The 2018 Kansas Wheat Festival is in the books.And we are featuring 240 pictures from six days of Kansas Wheat Festival events. Just click here for all the pictures from Sunday’s Worden Park festivities including the helicopter ball drop… to Saturday’s beer/wine tasting, the Wheat Run, the pancake feed at the VFW, the car show and more. Then we have left over pictures from Friday’s pancake eating contest and the lawn mower races. And, of course, we have the pictures from the previous three days as well.Photos were taken by Amber Countryman, James Jordan, Dustin Craig and Tracy McCue.It was quite a week in Wellington. Continue with Sumner Newscow throughout the week as we publish results. last_img read more

Wellington City Council contemplates how to clean up the city

first_imgby James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington City Council wants to clean the city up, but they don’t want to take a heavy handed approach to get there.The council heard from Winfield Environmental Inspector John Adams at a work session meeting Thursday and talked about various ideas to improve the city’s appearance.Adams said he spends three hours per day looking around Winfield to find areas that need cleaning up. He said they are more proactive in their approach, and not complaint driven as many towns are. Adams said he tries to get a buy in from people, as opposed to forcing them to clean up property.“Enforcement is the last resort,” Adams said. “It is not a money making thing. Our return on investment is about 20-25 percent.”He said Winfield puts a door hanger note on people’s doors asking them to mow grass when it gets more than 12 inches tall. They have five days to comply, and if not, they will get a certified letter and they will have 30 days to get the situation taken care of. From there city of Winfield hires contractors to do the work and the homeowner gets the bill. It can be added to their taxes.People have a right to request a meeting with city officials, and there a solution can be worked out.Wellington City Manager Shane Shields said Wellington’s procedure is very similar, but at present Wellington does get the courts involved sooner.Shields said he is more concerned about trash or rubbish in people’s yards.Adams said the process in Winfield is much the same for trash as it is for grass being too high. He added that often properties are abandoned and property taxes are not being paid.Winfield is considering starting a land bank as a way of taking over some properties and then being able to dispose of them.The city of Winfield also works with Habitat for Humanity, helping them get properties to build houses on. Winfield also makes use of civic organizations and churches who do volunteer work on some properties.Adams said about 80 percent of people respond to the door hanger note on the door, and fix up problems when asked to do so.Adams said while law enforcement is an option, he has found it is better to get cooperation from people. The city also offers things like free compost, and they have dumpsters available every Saturday for disposing of big items. Winfield will also come and get things like couches to help people dispose of things instead of leaving them in their yard.At one point Winfield had a problem with overgrown trees. Adams said they sent the word out if people would trim their trees, the city would pick up the limbs for them.The city of Winfield spends about $65,000 per year on keeping the city clean. He said that while the corridors look good, there are problem areas just like there are in Wellington and other towns.City councilmen liked the idea of working on relationships and getting the public to buy in to the idea of cleaning up the town and keeping it looking good.Shields noted that the city of Wellington rescinded some ordinances in 2011, which are more similar to the things Winfield does.One of those things was to allow city staff to take action without having to go through the process of bringing a resolution to the council for approval. It would speed up the process greatly. The council seemed to agree with that idea, and that idea may come back to the concil at some point.Shields also said there were work sessions in October of 2015, and in March of 2016. There was supposed to be a review of the ordinances done then, but there is no record of that ever taking place.Shields said some of the 2011 ordinances that were repealed were overly broad, but they did allow the city staff to take action on its own.Wellington currently does not have a code official, though they are going over applications and could hire a new one soon.They want to get someone who can work with the public well and build relationships, as opposed to just enforcing the law.Public Works director Jeremy Jones said he would like for the staff to be able to take action without having to come to the council each time for approval. The code official could bring it to the staff, who could consider what needs to be done, and they could also consult the city attorney and the city manager. That would have more than one person looking at each situation, and would be much faster and more efficient than bringing it to the council each time.Council member Kip Etter suggested finding a way to reward people for their efforts, taking a more positive approach than just making up more rules. He said there could be something like a yard of the month program.He said the city itself also needs to do its part. He had photos of city property that was in need of being cleaned up, and he said the city should set the example.Mayor Shelley Hansel agreed and said she favored going back to some of those ordinances that were in effect in 2011, and she favored letting the staff make decisions by itself.Etter also suggested the city look into the idea of salvaging properties that have been condemned. When a property is to be demolished, the city could also let out bids to salvage operations who could get whatever is of value out of the property. That could be sold and used to help pay the cost of demolition.The council is not planning on making any new laws, but seemed to have a sense of direction after the meeting. They may bring back some of the 2011 ordinances that were repealed, and they hope to work with people more to encourage them to clean up their property.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (25) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +20 Vote up Vote down SuckFest67152 · 103 weeks ago maybe if people weren’t paying $300-$500+ a month on utilities (not to mention water that we can’t even drink) they would have the means and energy to take a little more pride in their properties. Most of the trashy/overgrown properties I see are rentals. How about holding the slumlords accountable as well? Report Reply 0 replies · active 103 weeks ago +20 Vote up Vote down LiveWell · 103 weeks ago Can we please do like Winfield does and have a dump hopper at a specific location every weekend? Report Reply 0 replies · active 103 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Luther Mcgillis · 103 weeks ago https://www.avalara.com/taxrates/en/state-rates/k… Winfield also has a lower tax rate, and more to show for what is paid. Not sure if Cowley officials are corrupt like Sumner. Report Reply 0 replies · active 103 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down southsideresident · 103 weeks ago Yes,having a dumpster available especially on weekends for people to get rid of junk might help. The yard of the month idea? Don’t know if that is a “shoot for” motivator. How about discounted family, or 10 day admission passes to the pool (of course in summer). Some of these folks have kids or grand-kids. Even in fall and winter people would save those passes for the summer.. Offering a discounted class at WRC. A discounted WRC trip, anything at the WRC I think would be a motivator. My nephews and niece gave WRC and AquaticCenter a 10 out of 10 in a pop up review. Loved the Aquatic Center. I’m sure more ideas will occur and of course the new Code Enf. Officer would make a final inspection on the property offer whatever option is decided upon. Glad they had the Winfield guy here. Report Reply 2 replies · active 103 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down Cammy McComb · 103 weeks ago I like the idea of Mr. Adams from Winfield where the City will pickup limbs on certain days of the week/month. Also being able to rent large dumpsters from the City could be a revenue source. I see several large dumpsters around town from Wichita. In our business, we would use them more regularly. Report Reply 1 reply · active 103 weeks ago +9 Vote up Vote down irishtwinsmum · 103 weeks ago I think the dumpster for a weekends is a good idea. Ark City does a Yard of the Month or yard of the season (can’t recall which) but they also have a whole Beautification and Tree Advisory Board, plus, that Board arranges a “Fall Cleanup” similar to Sherry’s Army. Not sure what the insentive is for whomever is chosen as the “yard”. Report Reply 0 replies · active 103 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down mom2mykids · 103 weeks ago Maybe lower the utility cost and taxes if homes are kept up… Report Reply 0 replies · active 103 weeks ago +12 Vote up Vote down Tom · 103 weeks ago Does the clean up include head officials down at city hall? Report Reply 0 replies · active 103 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down wellington · 103 weeks ago Here lets give them a safe place to go to, that’s the problem. By not be strict on the laws or policies the city has in place. They want to be nice , well that’s the problem in this town, we don’t want to hurt city council members feelings because some of them are sluimlords. Just start giving notices an clean this town up like it use to be. But we will just hold their hands a little bit longer instead. smh Report Reply 0 replies · active 103 weeks ago +17 Vote up Vote down Zach · 103 weeks ago People who need an incentive rather than self pride are the problem. Sad Report Reply 0 replies · active 103 weeks ago 12Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. 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