U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Regional Administrator, Gwen Keyes Fleming, recognized the City of Tampa as the recipient of a $400,000 multi-purpose pilot grant and the City of Brooksville, FL as a recipient of a $400,000 assessment grant for cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated properties on Thursday, June 7, 2012. The pilot Multi-Purpose grants, funded by EPA's Brownfields program, will help the recipients to conduct assessments and cleanup activities, and secure funding to eliminate delays in moving from assessment to cleanup. The investments will continue to provide communities with necessary funding to help clean up America's land, boost local economies and create jobs while protecting public health. This program was originally run on City of Tampa Television (CTTV), and was produced by Brian Sullivan
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The Pittsburgh Region is held up as national model for successful brownfield redevelopment and riverfront reclamation projects. The newest of these developments will be on the site of the former Jones and Laughlin coke works in Hazelwood. The project, called ALMONO, is expected to break ground later this year and when finished will include office, entertainment, residential and industrial assets on a multi-district site. Don Smith, Jr. of the Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) sits down to discuss the project in addition to another RIDC project in Westmoreland County which will be the new site of Aquion Energy.
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Waterfront brownfield regeneration is extraordinarily complex; incorporating ecology, land use, community benefits, hydrology, real estate economics, design and a host of associated disciplines. In this Solutions Series program, Barry Hersh, Clinical Associate Professor at the New York University Schack Institute of Real Estate, focuses on the tools and techniques that help developers succeed on complex urban waterfront projects.
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http://www.heraldland.net/videos The green belt area around cities needs to be built on if housing goals are to be met, a think tank has said. Herald Land - The most profitable land investments in the United Kingdom!
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs The pristine countryside encircling many British cities was once sacrosanct, but new reforms will make it easier to build on. UK news reporter Hannah Kuchler reports on whether the move will give the UK an economic boost and whether bulldozing fields can work politically. ► FT Business: http://bit.ly/1KUK08s ► FT World News: http://bit.ly/1Exp0iJ For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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From developing a countrywide remediation framework in Malaysia to award-winning US Brownfield restorations. From the carbon footprint assessment of a timber company in Chile to understanding air pollution generation in China. From environmental permitting of energy projects to protecting global water resources. From climate action/greenhouse gas reduction plans for cities to river and wetland restoration -- we provide solutions to environmental challenges.
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http://www.heraldland.net/videos The Adam Smith Institute believes the plan could provide enough land for nearly 1m new homes. John McIntyre reports. Herald Land - The most profitable land investments in the United Kingdom!
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http://www.heraldland.net/videos Large sections of greenbelt land could be lost in Nottingham as part of a review of planning policies. Herald Land - The most profitable land investments in the United Kingdom!
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The Human Variome Project/China Country Development Program is a grant program administered by the Human Variome Project International supporting small-scale projects that promote education and knowledge sharing across national and cultural borders. The aim of the Human Variome Project:China Country Development Program (HVPCDP) is to support the growth of a viable, sustainable network of HVP Country Nodes across the world. This growing network will support the achievement of the broader aims of the Human Variome Project including ensuring that all information on genetic variation can be collected, curated, interpreted and shared freely and openly, and that this open sharing will result in speedier, better and cheaper diagnosis and treatment of genetic disorders. Using funds generously provided by China, the Board of Human Variome Project International has established a pool of money for the purposes of promoting knowledge exchange activities among and between institutions and organisations that are members or who host members of the Human Variome Project consortium. In allocating these funds in 2012, it has been decided to launch a process open to members of the Project. This document contains all the information relating to the program and sets out the process for making applications in 2012.
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Have you found a great piece of land for your grand design but it has turned out to be on Green Belt land. Getting planning permission is not impossible but can be very difficult. https://www.facebook.com/myhomebuild https://www.twitter.com/myhomebuild https://wwwyoutube/myhomebuild https://myhomebuild.org
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Gorman Bros. Lumber in Westbank, B.C. was the backdrop April 12, 2012 for the unveiling of Our Natural Advantage: Forest Sector Strategy for British Columbia. Released under Canada Starts Here: The BC Jobs Plan, the strategy will enable job creation, open new markets, and prepare the B.C. forest sector for the opportunities of tomorrow. Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Steve Thomson officially announced the strategy, which builds on priorities identified by forest sector stakeholders and the Working Roundtable on Forestry. For more information, please visit: http://www.newsroom.gov.bc.ca/2012/04/forest-plan-charts-path-to-sustainable-growth.html Stay connected: http://www.gov.bc.ca/connect
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On October 16th, 2012, the City of Edmonton hosted an Open House for the Jasper Place Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) process. Anne Stevenson, Principal Planner for the Jasper Place ARP, introduced the project, described what an ARP is, what it can achieve, and how the public can get involved. Candas Dorsey, an active member of the Boyle Street Community League, shared her experiences of working with the City to achieve positive change in her neighbourhood.
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Assistant Secretary William Brownfield speaks in California about Transnational Organized Crime, how the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Bureau of the State Department is addressing this threat, both historically and currently. Held in Santa Monica at the RAND think tank. July 26, 2012. Speech Index 00:00 Introductions 01:45 Forty Year History of INL 04:30 Domestic Impact 07:00 International Crime 08:00 Lessons Learned 10:50 Principles 17:00 Regional Initiatives 19:30 Time Frame & Determination 23:25 Question 1: Latin America Legalization Debate 29:30 Question 2: Counter Narcotics vs. Public Health Funding 33:25 Question 3: "Hard" vs. "Soft" Drugs Speech is subtitled via the "CC" button on the controller.
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In preparation for Obama-EPA Regional Administrator Al Armendariz's testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Wednesday, Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, released his latest video showcasing a number of Obama EPA Regional Administrators longing to impose a green "way of life act" on Americans through the regulatory regime of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In their own words, these Regional Administrators dream of pouring billions of dollars into green energy firms like Solyndra, crucifying American energy producers, and forcing a regulatory agenda to kill coal that will be "painful every step of the way." Read more at www.epw.senate.gov/blog
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The Vancouver organization grows high quality food on urban brownfields and vacant inner city lots. They are proving a model of sustainable agriculture that engages local neighbourhoods and improves community food security, while providing meaningful employment for residents of the Downtown Eastside. SOLEfood's scalable model addresses land use obstacles to producing significant amounts of food in cities: contaminated soils, paved land, and property that is often too valuable for developers or landowners to devote to a farm. In our four years of operation SOLEfood Farm has converted four acres of urban brownfields and vacant parking lots into productive farm sites and provided jobs for people who face systemic barriers to accessing and maintaining traditional employment.
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A funding cut could jeopardize the cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated property sites in Hennepin County. The Hennepin County Environmental Response Fund grant program is set to expire in January. Since the program started in 2001, 290 grants worth a total of $41 million have been awarded to cities, nonprofits, and private developers who use the money to cleanup contaminated sites and then redevelop them. "These are sites that are often just sitting vacant or sitting with dilapidated structures and may sit for years before they're redeveloped because of that additional cost that's involved," said Rosemary Lavin, Hennepin County's assistant director of environmental services. Developer Paul Hyde of Real Estate Recycling is currently working on a plan to redevelop a contaminated property in Brooklyn Center that was formerly the Howe Fertilizer Site at 49th Avenue and Brooklyn Boulevard. The site will require $1.5 million in contamination cleanup before Hyde can build a 60,000 square feet commerical office and warehouse building. Hyde said the project will be in jeopardy if he doesn't get the last round of grant funding this fall. "We're sure worried about it," said Hyde. "Without the Hennepin County grant, it's going to be very difficult to redevelop the site." The money for the grant program comes from a portion of the mortgage registry and deed tax, a 0.02 tax that homebuyers pay with the purchase of their home. Chris Galler, CEO of the Minnesota Association of Realtors, doesn't have a problem with lawmakers' decision not to extend the grant program. Galler believes the tax is an unfair fee for homebuyers at a time when homeownership should be made more affordable. "We just don't think taxing homeowners when they're transacting real estate is the right way to raise it," said Galler. "If they want to raise it, and it's a county wide problem, then it should be a county wide tax, everybody should share in the burden." Alexandra Renslo reporting http://www.ccxmedia.org/ https://www.facebook.com/ccxmedia.org/ http://twitter.com/ccxnews
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http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/ DTSC brownfield cleanup sets stage for 72-acre Curtis Park Village A February 15 celebration by city and state officials in Sacramento marked a successful toxic soils cleanup that will spark a $31 million construction project and 1,600 jobs on a vacant railroad site near downtown Sacramento. DTSC's remediation effort clears way for one of the city's largest urban infill developments - 530 new residences, seven acres of parks and 259,000 square feet of commercial buildings. The project is expected to generate $2.5 million in annual property taxes. Script: A Railyard Renaissance: Curtis Park Cleanup -- Feb. 15th 2012 Graphic Open: DTSC Success Story SOT of Debbie Raphael - DTSC Governor Brown has said to me on many occasions that the thing that drives him the most crazy are brownfield sites that are undeveloped. Nats of sign being crushed VO: The sign warning people about cancerous chemicals on this property was destroyed. It marks the completion of the Union Pacific Curtis Park Rail yard cleanup. DTSC's oversight during the cleanup ensures that the 72-acre property is now ready for development. SOT of Debbie Raphael - DTSC This property is cleaned up to something called an unrestricted value. What that means is anything can get built on this site from now on. VO: 357,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil had to be removed from the site by rail car. It's taken 9 years to undo 100 years of pollution from industrial use. NATS SOT of Jay Schenirer -- Sacramento City Council I'm really excited that we've gotten rid of the mounds of dirt and that we're going to have something that we can all use and enjoy and it's going to be a real amenity to the neighborhood. SOT of Lauren Hammond -- Former Sacramento City Council Member I want to thank all the mayors, all the council members that voted on this project and I'm talking about from way back. It takes vision and courage to something that other people haven't done. NATS of ceremonial shoveling SOT of Darrell Steinberg -- State Senate President Pro Tem Here we are today and it looks beautiful even undeveloped because you can see what is coming. NATS SOT of Petrovich -- Petrovich Development Company It's thousands of jobs. I think it's a sign of how we're going to come out of this down economy. We'll see buildings coming out of the ground here hopefully by mid twenty thirteen. VO: Plans for new retail outlets and homes are already in the works for Curtis Park. The project is expected to create more than 1,600 construction jobs and bring 600 permanent jobs to the community. With DTSC's help Brownfield sites like this one can be cleaned up for the benefit of the environment, business and the community. SOT of Debbie Raphael - DTSC This site is clean enough to have a day care center. It's clean enough to have people living in homes and gardening. It's clean enough for any use that the community wants to see. END Slate
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Providence, RI -- Fifteen regional and local planning projects will receive approximately $1 million under the Statewide Planning Program's Planning Challenge Grant Program, Governor Chafee announced Friday, February 23, at a public ceremony in the Atrium Gallery of the Department of Administration. Selected from 33 proposals requesting over $2.3 million, the 15 projects slated for funding come from a variety of project sponsors and propose innovative solutions to address land use and transportation issues faced by Rhode Island communities. "These Challenge Grants represent a creative use of Federal funds to help Rhode Island cities and towns to plan for their future growth and development. They include projects of statewide significance, such as the Warwick Station Development District, to projects more local in scale, such as the Woonsocket Main Street Livability Plan, and the joint collaboration between Pawtucket and Central Falls. Through this partnership with our local governments and non profit agencies, we are working together to advance both state and local initiatives in transportation, land use, and economic development," Governor Chafee said.
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Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold, JD In 2011, the Center for Environmental Policy and Management (CEPM) was selected by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as one of eight capacity building providers for Sustainable Community Grantees across the nation. CEPM will lead the Water Infrastructure Capacity Building Team The Water Infrastructure Capacity Building Team provides assistance on incorporating water infrastructure planning and investments into local and regional planning efforts. The team's technical assistance offerings will help communities create and implement complete land use development/re-development and transportation plans that take into account water infrastructure. This includes but is not limited to water conservation and protection, wetland preservation, stormwater and wastewater management, environmental justice and water, sustainable water utility financing, coordination with water utilities, and utility asset management. The University of Louisville Center for Environmental Policy and Management (CEPM) seeks to provide research and technical assistance to local, state, and tribal governments, businesses and non-profit organizations regarding sustainable environmental policy and program development and evaluation. The CEPM houses the UofL Environmental Finance Center serving EPA Region 4. The EFC@UofL is a member of the Environmental Finance Center Network (EFCN) which allows us to access environmental experts from across the country from 10 different academic institutions. For more information, please visit http://www.louisville.edu/cepm/
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NOTE: If you need captions, please click the CC button on the player to turn them on. Robert Courtnage, an environmental protection specialist with EPA's Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention, talks about his career at EPA
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Reducing costs and increasing production are critical success factors for any mine. That is why many of the world's mines use Modular's ProVision® Machine Guidance system -- the mining industries leading machine guidance system with well over 1,700 mobile unit deployments. Since 1998, ProVision high-precision machine guidance has been helping mining organizations increase efficiency by as much as 85%, lower costs, and enhance safety by helping operators work according to plan.
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Mike Brownfield, The Heritage Foundation & Stewart Acuff, Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA) & Dan Bongino, Candidate for U.S. Senate (R-MD) all join Thom for the Big Picture Rumble. Thanks in part to ALEC - the number of so-called justifiable homicides have skyrocketed in America. Isn't it time we laid down our weapons - and took our fingers off the trigger? That and the future of Obamacare in tonight's Big Picture Rumble...
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On May 11th DTSC joined local officials and nonprofits groups to celebrate the opening of a multimillion dollar apartment complex in San Jose. DTSC's remediation effort and a grant of $525,000 cleared the way for this development. Video Script: Orvieto Family Complex -- Brownfield Success Story Nats of Ceremony SOT of Socorro Michel -- Orvieto Family Complex resident Since the first day I really liked the place a lot. VO: Those few words sum up why the Department of Toxic Substances Control is working hard to protect people and the environment across California. SOT from Tom Cota - DTSC We're really affecting people's lives doing these types of clean ups. VO: The Department is constantly involved in revitalizing abandoned toxic sites throughout California. It's hard work that involves collaborating with various public and private agencies but the payoff priceless: new homes, store fronts and parks that local residents can use and enjoy. SOT of Socorro Michel -- Orvieto Family Complex resident In here...it's more convenient for me. It's got more grocery stores and bus stops. VO: Here in San Jose, this abandoned site is being transformed into 92 affordable homes. It's part of the new Orvieto Family complex and these residents can't be happier. SOT of Sally Baker -- Orvieto Family Complex resident It just feels great to be able to go home...you know and again its home. My own home...just be able to open the door and walk in and sit on the couch and not have to worry about anything. It feels great to have that security. NATS of excavation VO: But even before a single brick is laid DTSC has already been hard at work....spending months supervising the cleanup and removal of lead and other toxic chemicals from this 1.7 acre portion of the site. SOT of Jonathan Emami -- ROEM Corporation It was very important that upfront we got involved with DTSC early on and they had the right consultants on board to test what was in the soil and identify what needed to be taken out. Without it we couldn't have been able to develop the residential housing out here. VO: Making toxic land productive is a cornerstone of the environmental agenda...and DTSC spends millions of dollars restoring thousands of acres across California; The Sacramento courthouse, Santa Clara's Rivermark development, and an Ikea built on a former steel manufacturing plant in Emeryville, were once brownfield sites. Now, they're redeveloped and generating money for their local economies. SOT of Tom Coda -- DTSC Our job is to determine where that contamination occurred; the extent of the contamination, basically, how big is the box? What's inside the box? And then once we define extent of the contamination...how are we going to clean it up? And we have to do it in a safe and protective manner. VO: Restoring brownfields creates local jobs in construction, science, engineering and consulting... Stimulating the local economy...and today... NATS of ribbon cutting VO: ...providing new homes for families to enjoy. SOT of Sally Baker -- Orvieto Family Complex resident When you live in a stable atmosphere it's easy to achieve more. It's your starting point...it's your base. End Slate: California DTSC - We See a greener future (animate to DTSC out )
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00:14 Lane Blood Center Open explain the process 01:16 Brownfields Recycling Industrial Lands. 06:10 Why you should not have a garage sale/Goodwill Hunting 07:29 Cancer and Blood Donations. 07:42 Nancy Trautman's Story Lane Blood Center 11:27 Blood Center Statistics 11:54 Goodwill Reason not to have a garage sale #3 12:45 Look Me In The Eye/ Commercial 14:03 WaterCooler Nick Kaasa Look Me In The Eye Mckenzie Mis 18:48 Goodwill Hunting: Reasons not to have garage sale #2 How much you really don't make 20:37 Ranchito Grill 24:37 Average Amount of Blood in the human body 25:00 Goodwill Hunting #1 Reason not to have a garage sale Goodwill Hunting 27:05 Rick and Nancy Close show http://www.rickdancer.tv This month (Sept 2012) on Rick Dancer TV we show you why it's so important to donate blood to the Lane Blood Center, we'll introduce you to the Look Me In The Eye campaign, on the WaterCooler meet a young man who speaks out about LMIE. We'll show you the top four reasons not to have a garage sale, this story has Goodwill written all over it and we'll take you to the area's finest Mexican Food Restaurant, Ranchito Grill in Springfield.
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Secaucus Brownfields Redevelopment, LLC proposes a 3,000 car surface park and ride commuter lot immediately adjacent to the Frank R Lautenberg Train Station, at interchange 15X, Secaucus, NJ. The plan calls for the cap and closure of a former municipal solid waste landfill (Malanka Landfill) as well as construction of a 5 megawatt solar canopy system to power Lautenberg Station. For More Information contact Stan Katz @ Marathon Realty, 11 Birch Street, MIdland Park, NJ 07432 (201) 689-9509
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Meijer plans to replace the old Redford High School in Northwest Detroit with one of its big-box stores, providing a prime example of demolition with a plan in the Motor City. The former Detroit Public Schools high school's architecture served as a staple of the the Old Redford, Grandmont, Rosedale Park and Brightmoor neighborhoods at 21431 W Grand River Ave since it was built in 1924. It graduated a number of notable national personalities, including George C Scott before it closed in 2007. The current development plan calls for razing the empty 1 million square foot school to make way for a new Meijer big-box store. The $22 million project will feature a retail, grocery and garden center. The Michigan Economic Development Corp provided brownfield tax credits worth $3.3 million from the state and $6.5 million from local government entities. "In that respect it's a good thing there is a redevelopment plan," says Karen Nagher, former executive director of Preservation Wayne who now works consulting for historic redevelopment. "But I wish there would have tried to find a way to put retail and office space in there." A common lament among Metro Detroit's preservation community is that many of the region's historic structures are razed with no plan to redevelop the property, leaving an urban prairie of blighted vacant lots. Some closed Detroit Public Schools buildings with remarkable historic architecture have fallen by the wayside in this way, including the historic Cass Tech building. The redevelopment of the old Redford High School building represents a move toward demolition with a plan for these sorts of structures. Source: Michigan Economic Development Corp and Karen Nagher, former executive director of Preservation Wayne Writer: Jon Zemke ------- THE MUSIC ------- The Requiem Mass in D minor (K. 626) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was composed in Vienna in 1791 and left unfinished at the composer's death on December 5. A completion by Franz Xaver Süssmayr was delivered to Count Franz von Walsegg, who had anonymously commissioned the piece for a requiem Mass to commemorate the February 14 anniversary of his wife's death. It is one of the most enigmatic pieces of music ever composed, mostly because of the myths and controversies surrounding it, especially around how much of the piece was completed by Mozart before his death. The autograph manuscript shows the finished and orchestrated introit in Mozart's hand, as well as detailed drafts of the Kyrie and the sequence Dies Irae as far as the first nine bars of "Lacrimosa", and the offertory. It cannot be shown to what extent Süssmayr may have depended on now lost "scraps of paper" for the remainder; he later claimed the Sanctus and Agnus Dei as his own. Walsegg probably intended to pass the Requiem off as his own composition, as he is known to have done with other works. This plan was frustrated by a public benefit performance for Mozart's widow Constanze. A modern contribution to the mythology is Peter Shaffer's 1979 play Amadeus, in which a mysterious messenger appeared and ordered Mozart to write a requiem mass, giving no explanation for the order. Mozart then came to believe that the piece was meant to be the requiem mass for his own funeral. The Requiem is scored for 2 basset horns in F, 2 bassoons, 2 trumpets in D, 3 trombones (alto, tenor & bass), timpani (2 drums), violins, viola and basso continuo (cello, double bass, and organ). The vocal forces include soprano, contralto, tenor, and bass soloists and a SATB mixed choir. -Harry Arnold Horizon Film / iTVDetroit contact me - email@example.com drones by - zeroXquads.com
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Gemer Industrial Park project aims to redevelop an existing production park (brownfield) and use it for manufacturing, warehousing or combined operations. The project has been prepared for sale as a package: comprising buildings, a complete utility infrastructure and valid building permits for reconstruction. Gemer Industrial Park project offers the benefits of a very good structural and technical condition of its buildings, favourable location and important incentives for new investors in the region.
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"U.S. Sen. Michael Crapo (R-Idaho) ran a red light in Alexandria, and told a police officer who pulled him over that he had "consumed several shots of vodka," according to court documents that detail Crapo's drunk driving arrest earlier this week. Crapo was arrested early Sunday morning after making a left turn on a red light at Commonwealth and Mt. Vernon avenues Ave., documents show. He was alone in his white Jeep SUV."* Senator Michael Crapo (R-Idaho) once said he only drank root beer, and that since he is Mormon, he must abstain from alcohol. Then how did he get so drunk and get behind the wheel? Cenk Uygur breaks it down. *Read more from Allison Klein/ Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/crime-scene/post/sen-crapo-said-he-drank-vodka-before-dui-arrest/2012/12/26/f00ef0c4-4f8b-11e2-8b49-64675006147f_blog.html Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http://bit.ly/TYTonYouTube Support The Young Turks by Shopping http://bit.ly/XhuNqO Like Us on Facebook: Follow Us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/OkX87X Buy TYT Merch: http://theyoungturks.spreadshirt.com/
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Geoff is a leader in the area of green cities. Geoff is an executive, and public speaker on urban issues, space planning and themes related to innovation and city building. As the founder of Evergreen Geoff has been its CEO since inception in 1990. Under Geoff's leadership, Evergreen, has grown to include over 100 staff and offices in Toronto, and Vancouver. Evergreen is focused on the idea of green cities and the more specific agenda of integrating nature in urban design. Evergreen has led is the redevelopment of the historic Evergreen Brick Works property as an international centre for green cities with 16 buildings and 41 acres in the heart of the city. The project has won several international awards for design and programming is helping other imagine possibilities for brownfield sites around the world. Over the past 20 years Evergreen has enabled others with educational resources, training sessions, design support and grants to over 2,100 schools and community projects. Evergreen has raised over $100 million to support the greening of cities, including $55 million to establish Evergreen Brick Works, leveraging sponsorship dollars with foundation, government and corporate grants, individual donations with earned revenues. Geoff attended Trinity College School, Queen's University (Bachelor of Arts) and McGill University (Masters of Management). Geoff is a founding member of the World Entrepreneurship Forum , and a participant at the World Economic Forum, Davos, founding Chair of the Sustainability Institute, and the Creative Cities Leadership Group. Geoff has been recognized as one of Canada's "Top 40 under 40", an "Ashoka Fellow", winner of the Peter F. Drucker Award, and the Governor General's "Golden Jubilee Medal" for significant contributions to the building of a fair and just Canadian society. In 2007 Geoff was awarded "Canadian Social Entrepreneur of the Year" by the Schwab Foundation, Geneva Switzerland. In 2010 Geoff Cape was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from Sustainable Buildings Canada. Geoff lives (and cycles daily) in Toronto with his wife Valerie Laflamme and their three young sons, Thomas, Benjamin and Sebastien. - TEDxThunderBay - The purpose of this event is to inspire reinvention in Thunder Bay so we may cultivate and develop a more vibrant community - together. To inspire reinvention, TEDxThunderBay will engage the people of Thunder Bay around the spreading of ideas - so that we will cultivate positive change in ourselves and in our community. TEDxThunderBay Website - http://www.tedxthunderbay.com/ TEDxThunderBay Video Produced In-Kind By Imaginarium Studio Inc - http://www.imaginariumvideo.com - About TEDx - In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations.)
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Mayor Byron Brown was joined today by Mark Hamister, Chairman and CEO of The Hamister Group and Daniel Hamister, Senior Vice President of Business Development, to announce that a $40 million plan to transform the Tishman Building into a Hilton Garden Inn hotel, apartments and The Hamister Group new Corporate Office is moving forward in downtown Buffalo after an easement agreement, tied to the project, was reached. As part of the deal, the Hamister Group agreed to pay the City of Buffalo a total of $167,000 for a non-exclusive easement for the use of a portion of the pedestrian/sidewalk right-of-way area at the corner of Main Street and Lafayette Square. Read more: http://wnymedia.net/2012/09/40-million-hotel-project-moves-forward/#ixzz25dA123LV
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Parte 1 de 3 de una entrevista radial con el gerente del proyecto PR#127-Guayanilla-Peñuelas David Southgate y la reportera ambiental Susan Soltero, 28 de febrero de 2012 en Radio WALO-AM, Puerto Rico. PR#127- Guayanilla-Peñuelas: "De la chatarra nace el futuro" surge por la otorgación de fondos de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental de Estados Unidos (EPA, por sus siglas en inglés). Para más información: www.disur.org Los fondos serán utilizados para planificar la evaluación, limpieza y rehabilitación a lo largo de la carretera PR#127 de las 3,500 cuerdas que componen nueve barrios en los municipios rurales de Peñuelas a Guayanillla. Estas comunidades son Playa, Rufina, Magas, Indios, Boca y Cedro en Guayanilla y Encarnación, Tallaboa Poniente, Tallaboa Saliente en Peñuelas. Este plan le dará la oportunidad hacia una nueva etapa de desarrollo que promete el bienestar de los residentes y un futuro positivo para el desarrollo económico de la zona. El proyecto culminará en diciembre del 2012 con un plan de reuso y próximos pasos a seguir, la cual serán presentadas a toda la comunidad. La EPA otorgó a Desarrollo Integral del Sur, Inc. (DISUR) la cantidad de $175 mil como parte de su Programa Piloto de Planificación de Terrenos Baldíos (Brownfields) dirigido a comunidades de los Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico. DISUR es una de 23 organizaciones en los Estados Unidos elegidas para llevar a cabo este programa piloto. Los colaboradores del proyecto incluyen tanto los municipios de Peñuelas, Guayanilla, el Municipio Autónomo de Ponce, la Junta de Calidad Ambiental de PR y las comunidades impactadas.
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Parte 3 de 3 de una entrevista radial con el gerente del proyecto PR#127-Guayanilla-Peñuelas David Southgate y la reportera ambiental Susan Soltero, 28 de febrero de 2012 en Radio WALO-AM, Puerto Rico. PR#127- Guayanilla-Peñuelas: "De la chatarra nace el futuro" surge por la otorgación de fondos de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental de Estados Unidos (EPA, por sus siglas en inglés). Los fondos serán utilizados para planificar la evaluación, limpieza y rehabilitación a lo largo de la carretera PR#127 de las 3,500 cuerdas que componen nueve barrios en los municipios rurales de Peñuelas a Guayanillla. Estas comunidades son Playa, Rufina, Magas, Indios, Boca y Cedro en Guayanilla y Encarnación, Tallaboa Poniente, Tallaboa Saliente en Peñuelas. Este plan le dará la oportunidad hacia una nueva etapa de desarrollo que promete el bienestar de los residentes y un futuro positivo para el desarrollo económico de la zona. El proyecto culminará en diciembre del 2012 con un plan de reuso y próximos pasos a seguir, la cual serán presentadas a toda la comunidad. La EPA otorgó a Desarrollo Integral del Sur, Inc. (DISUR) la cantidad de $175 mil como parte de su Programa Piloto de Planificación de Terrenos Baldíos (Brownfields) dirigido a comunidades de los Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico. DISUR es una de 23 organizaciones en los Estados Unidos elegidas para llevar a cabo este programa piloto. Los colaboradores del proyecto incluyen tanto los municipios de Peñuelas, Guayanilla, el Municipio Autónomo de Ponce, la Junta de Calidad Ambiental de PR y las comunidades impactadas. Para más información: www.disur.org
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Parte 2 de 3 de una entrevista radial con el gerente del proyecto PR#127-Guayanilla-Peñuelas David Southgate y la reportera ambiental Susan Soltero, 28 de febrero de 2012 en Radio WALO-AM, Puerto Rico. PR#127- Guayanilla-Peñuelas: "De la chatarra nace el futuro" surge por la otorgación de fondos de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental de Estados Unidos (EPA, por sus siglas en inglés). Los fondos serán utilizados para planificar la evaluación, limpieza y rehabilitación a lo largo de la carretera PR#127 de las 3,500 cuerdas que componen nueve barrios en los municipios rurales de Peñuelas a Guayanillla. Estas comunidades son Playa, Rufina, Magas, Indios, Boca y Cedro en Guayanilla y Encarnación, Tallaboa Poniente, Tallaboa Saliente en Peñuelas. Este plan le dará la oportunidad hacia una nueva etapa de desarrollo que promete el bienestar de los residentes y un futuro positivo para el desarrollo económico de la zona. El proyecto culminará en diciembre del 2012 con un plan de reuso y próximos pasos a seguir, la cual serán presentadas a toda la comunidad. La EPA otorgó a Desarrollo Integral del Sur, Inc. (DISUR) la cantidad de $175 mil como parte de su Programa Piloto de Planificación de Terrenos Baldíos (Brownfields) dirigido a comunidades de los Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico. DISUR es una de 23 organizaciones en los Estados Unidos elegidas para llevar a cabo este programa piloto. Los colaboradores del proyecto incluyen tanto los municipios de Peñuelas, Guayanilla, el Municipio Autónomo de Ponce, la Junta de Calidad Ambiental de PR y las comunidades impactadas. Para más información: www.disur.org
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In this video, Managing Principal Analyst Marianne O'Malley discusses the LAO's report "The 2012-13 Budget: Unwinding Redevelopment." On February 1, 2012, all redevelopment agencies in California were dissolved and the process for unwinding their financial affairs began. Given the scope of these agencies' funds, assets, and financial obligations, the unwinding process will take time. This report reviews the history of RDAs, the events that led to their dissolution, and the process communities are using to resolve their financial obligations. The report recommends the Legislature amend the redevelopment dissolution legislation to address timing issues, clarify the treatment of pass--through payments, and address key concerns of redevelopment bond investors.
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As the mayor of Tulsa continue with his plan to demolish B.C Franklin Rec Center let us look at the lopsided priorities of T-Town. North and South Looking back on Tulsa's history, we should come together. But even today, in the faces of our children, Tulsa is still separated by race, economics and recreation.
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Intercontinental London Park Lane Hotel 5 June 2012 President Benigno S. Aquino III attended his first business meeting with the executives of Philippine Associated Smelting and Refining Corporation (PASAR) and Glencore International on the second day of his Official Visit to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Glencore is a majority owner of PASAR which operates the only copper smelter and refinery in the Philippines. For 25 years, it has been producing electrolytic copper cathode for export that was registered with the London Metal Exchange (LME) as Grade A Copper in 1984. The PASAR plant complex occupies 80 hectares inside the Leyte Industrial Development Estate. The smelter processes 720,000 tons of copper concentrate a year, or 60,000 tons a month, and the refinery has an annual capacity of 215,000 tons of cathodes. In the meeting, PASAR and Glencore executives informed the President of their plan to invest $500-600 million to expand smelting capacity and build a power plant to support their operations. Glencore International is headquartered in Baar, Switzerland and is a leading producer and marketer of commodities, with worldwide activities in the marketing of metals and minerals, energy products and agricultural products, as well as the production, refinement, processing, storage and transport of these products. It employs about 3,000 people in its global marketing operations in some 50 offices in over 40 countries. In its industrial operations, Glencore employs over 58,000 people in 33 countries. ***
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