For Whom The Bell Rings ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Millions of metro Atlantans weathered this week’s storm, and so did thousands more from out of town.The International Production and Processing Expo, which hosts egg and poultry producers from all over the world, expected 28,000 visitors this week.Even with the storm, 24,000 managed to get to Atlanta before the storm hit according to the event’s general manager, Charles Oletine.He says the show went off without a hitch thanks in large part to the staff at the Georgia World Congress Center. “A lot of the support staff, down here at the GWCC, a lot of them ended up spending the night here,” said Olentine. “And, you know, there was a smaller staff. But they all pitched in, and they got the job done.”Olentine says this is the 66th year the Expo has been held in Atlanta, and some kind of winter weather event seems to hit the Expo every decade or so. Add to My List In My List Share Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility Related Stories
NuclearReactors EDF selects Flamanville site for new EPR nuclear facility Facebook Suitors for halted Bellefonte nuclear project ask TVA to consider climate in reviving sale Optimizing Plant Performance: The April POWERGEN+ series activates today TAGSEDF Twitter With a capacity of around 1600 MW, greater availability and easy maintenance, Aveva claims that the EPR will cut kWh production costs by 10 per cent compared to current reactors. The EPR is the only third generation reactor under construction today. The EPR is the only reactor in the world in which in the unlikely event of a severe core meltdown would have no consequences on the area around the plant. The EPR is a pressurized water reactor which uses nuclear fuel to the full to generate a maximum of energy, while producing less waste. Linkedin Nuclear power group Framatome ANP will supply the EPR technology, which marks the second sales success for this new reactor generation, following an order from TVO in Finland in December 2003. Linkedin Facebook 10.22.2004 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The EPR was developed by Framatome and Siemens whose nuclear activities merged in January 2001 to form Framatome ANP, an Areva and Siemens company The EPR project is to be carried out over a five-year period starting in 2007. According to Pierre Gadonneix, chairman of EDF, “Launching the EPR will contribute to ensuring Europe’s energy independence in the coming decades. Eventually, its role will be to permit EDF to renew its generation plant and to do so in a competitive way. It will strengthen EDF’s technological edge and will be a technological showcase for export markets. This investment choice expresses EDF’s goal to maintain its position as the world’s leading producer of nuclear-based electricity.” By chloecox – Previous articleUK jobs boost from windpower investmentNext articleAfrican five to agree joint power project chloecox Twitter 22 October 2004 – The board of Electricité de France (EDF) has agreed to build a forerunner European Pressurized Water Reactor (EPR ) nuclear reactor at Flamanville in Northern France. The decision was announced Thursday and, as required, will be referred to the National Public Debate Commission in the next few days. New Jersey utility regulators extend zero-carbon breaks for PSEG nuclear power plants The Flamanville location in Normandy was selected from amongst the 20 EDF nuclear generation sites owing to the property reserves available, electricity transmission capacity to transmit the power generated, the environmental issues and the conditions for reception of the construction site and facility. No posts to display
Controller’s Office Job DescriptionJob SummaryAs a member of the payroll and student employment team thisposition will engage in all aspects of the bi-weekly payroll anddaily student employment processes with a concentration in studentemployment. This position will support the Smith communitythroughout the full Student Employment process, answer questions,explain procedures, and train students and managers in theseprocesses. This position must understand and enforce the college’spayroll, student employment, and Work-Study policies. Payrollresponsibilities include understanding and validating complicateddata elements, data entry, and the review of system generated anddata entered by others. This position will use Workday and othersupporting technologies to complete their responsibilities. Thisposition may also supervise student workers.Take appropriate actions to support a diverse workforce andparticipates in the College’s efforts to create a respectful,inclusive, and welcoming work environment.Essential FunctionsStudent Employment (70%)As a member of the payroll and student employment team thisposition will engage in all aspects of the bi-weekly payroll anddaily student employment processes with a concentration in studentemployment. This position will support the Smith communitythroughout the full Student Employment process, answer questions,explain procedures, and train students and managers in theseprocesses. This position must understand and enforce the college’spayroll, student employment, and Work-Study policies. Payrollresponsibilities include understanding and validating complicateddata elements, data entry, and the review of system generated anddata entered by others. This position will use Workday and othersupporting technologies to complete their responsibilities.Payroll (20%)Process all aspects of the payroll in a timely and accurate mannerwhich includes data entry, running processes, and distribution ofchecks/notifications. Assist employees in the completion ofemployment forms, including Form I-9, W-4, State Withholding andDirect Deposit. Work closely with human resources, provost officeand other departments to ensure that timely and accurate data isreceived, audited and processed. Process periodic and quarterly taxfilings with OSV, reconcile discrepancies, and work closely withthe OSV to validate data and the accuracy of agency filings. Auditpayment requests for accuracy and proper authorization. Respond toinquiries and problem solve. Assist in the year end processing ofForms W-2, 1042S and 1099. Prepare and review payroll reports asnecessary. Serve as a back-up for the payroll process.Other FunctionsOther Duties (10%)Support account reconciliations and other accounting processes.Participate in month-end and quarterly closing processes. Supportthe controller’s team with special projects, fiscal year-end audit,Form 990 preparation, IPED, NACUBO, and other submittals. Scan,file, and other administrative tasks. Other Student Employment andPayroll duties as assigned.All employees are expected to participate in the College’sefforts to create a respectful, inclusive, and welcoming workenvironment.Minimum Qualifications (knowledge, skills, education,experience, certifications, licenses)Associates Degree in Accounting or relevant field, plus two yearsof payroll or human resources (student workers) experience, or anequivalent combination of education and/or experience.Experience working with diverse backgrounds.Preferred QualificationsBachelor’s Degree and /or experience with Workday and studentemployment preferred.SkillsDemonstrated organizational, interpersonal and communicationskills; strong attention to detail and data entry accuracy;excellent judgment, discretion and ability to maintainconfidentiality; demonstrated written and verbal and communicationskills with the ability to interact with diverse constituencies;ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously; ability to work ina fast-paced environment, ability to work on a team andindependently; strong computer skills, preferably with MicrosoftOffice (Excel and Word) and Workday.Please attach BOTH a current resume and a cover letter inorder for your application to be considered for this position .You may combine your resume and cover letter into a single fileor attach multiple files to your application, but BE SURE you haveprovided all attachments BEFORE SUBMITTING your application.You will NOT be able to attach additional files after you havehit the Submit button.Review of applications will beginMay 3, 2021Compensation Grade:Grade K ExemptPosition Type:RegularAbout Smith CollegeLocated in Northampton, MA, Smith College is one of the largestwomen’s colleges in the country and is dedicated to excellence inteaching and research across the liberal arts. A faculty ofoutstanding scholars interact with students in small classes, asadvisors, and through student-faculty research projects. TheCollege is a member of the Five College Consortium with Amherst,Hampshire and Mt. Holyoke Colleges, and the University ofMassachusetts Amherst. Students cross-enroll and facultycross-teach across the Five Colleges.Smith College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employerand does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, color,religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genderidentity and expression or veteran status in the recruitment andemployment of faculty and staff, and the operation of any of itsprograms and activities, as specified by all applicable laws andregulations. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals withdisabilities are encouraged to apply.
Suarez’s truck immediately got into race leader Matt Crafton‘s No. 88 Toyota, which immediately went spinning on the 1.54-mile track. Both Crafton’s and Suarez’s Toyotas were wheeled to the garage, done for the day with significant damage. Both drivers were evaluated and released from the infield care center. NASCAR then brought out the red flag on Lap 112 while cleanup began. RELATED: Full race results Crafton and Suarez were ranked 30th and 31st, respectively, by the race’s end. Bell wound up 26th. During a Lap 111 restart, the No. 4 of Christopher Bell tipped the back of Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Daniel Suarez‘s No. 51 entry, causing a chain reaction to bring out the caution at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Production on film and television projects may still be on pause thanks to COVID-19, but that hasn’t stopped Amazon Studios from acquiring the rights for a biopic project focusing on late outlaw country legend Merle Haggard, who died on his 79th birthday back in April 2016. According to a report shared by Deadline on Tuesday, Oscar-winning actor Sam Rockwell has signed on to play Haggard, while Robin Bissell will direct and co-write film’s script alongside Merle’s widow, Theresa Haggard.The biopic will be based on Haggard’s 1981 memoir, Sing Me Back Home, which told the story of his humble beginnings in California in the years following the Great Depression and his journey through country music beginning in the early 1960s. Haggard’s career led him to become a country-western icon after gaining national fame for his 1969 hit, “Okie From Muskogee”. The song came at the height of the Vietnam War era, although the attention frustrated Haggard as he thought the counterculture movement did not understand the true nature of war. Haggard’s 1968 single, “Mama Tried”, became a live favorite of the Grateful Dead, who covered the high-energy country tune throughout their career.Related: Watch Bob Weir Perform “Mama Tried” In Tribute To Merle Haggard At The Ryman AuditoriumRockwell will reportedly do all of his own singing for the film, which will pick up during the years when Haggard was an inmate at San Quentin State Prison, where he watched the first prison performance from Johnny Cash. Along with telling the story of his career beginnings through the 1960s, the film will also focus on Merle’s complicated love affair with his singing partner and future wife Bonnie Owens.The untitled film project currently has no official release date, and it will be tough to gauge when film production will be able to resume in cities like Los Angeles where businesses are under threat of closing again due to COVID-19. Haggard was remembered by many following his death in 2016, including longtime colleagues and friends like Willie Nelson.[H/T Deadline]
For more information or questions about the work, call HEA at 1-800-478-8551. Gallagher says crews will attempt to notify residents in the areas of potential outages before they happen. Gallagher: “As we do the work, it’s possible there may be outages in the neighborhood that the crews are at on any particular day. The outages should be very short, no longer than 30 minutes and once the crews are through, the HEA member will not see another outage related to that work.” HEA’s Joe Gallagher says the work in Nikiski will stretch along the Kenai Spur Highway from milepost 23 to near the end of the road near mile 36. The work in Nikiski will last through the month of May. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Homer Electric Association crews will be installing new fuses along their power lines in Nikiski as part of a project they’ve been working on for over a year to make the system more reliable.
Soccer BY KEVIN TEME The Kumul Petroleum Holdings Limited will continue its partnership with the PNG Football Association for another year. The revelations were made during the KPHL National Soccer League grand final between Toti City and MRDC Hekari United Football Club at the Sir John Guise Stadium on Saturday evening. “As a national oil company, we are proud and happy to partner with the PNGFA through the National Soccer League as it is played right throughout the four regions of the country,” KPHL managing director Wapu Sonk said during the presentation ceremony. Sonk said KPHL will continue to partner with soccer in PNG as it is spreads right across the country. It was fitting to partner with soccer to share the wealth of the oil company throughout the region. PNGFA president John Kapi Natto thanked Sonk and his staff for the great support given to football in PNG. “Without Kumul Petroleum Holding’s support, the NSL would not have come this far. In fact, NSL would have been dead if KPHL didn’t step in to support this year. I am humbled and thankful for the kind gesture KPHL has given to soccer in the country and we look forward to that partnership in the years to come,” Kapi Natto said. He also thanked the Kumul Telikom PNG Ltd for the live coverage of the NSL grand final. “I know people had doubts that this concept would never work. It was our dream to spread football right across the country and with the support of KPHL, we were able to deliver and today marks the special day with the finals fulfilling what we’ve planned and wanted to do for soccer in the country,” Kapi Natto said. “With KPHL support and the partnership, I believe football will grow big and touched all corners of this country. Critics have been proven wrong and we’ve delivered a successful season today as witnessed by thousands that have come to watch the grand final between Toti City FC and Hekari United FC.”