Business Districts News Dos Coyotes to Open in Pasadena From STAFF REPORTS Published on Monday, December 28, 2015 | 11:59 am Subscribe More Cool Stuff Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. 10 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Business News Sacramento-based Dos Coyotes Border Café, a fast casual restaurant serving Southwestern cuisine, plans to open a restaurant in Pasadena next year, marking another step forward in the company’s franchising efforts.The Pasadena store will be one of four new California locations envisioned for 2016 and will be owned by franchisees Andy Gitipityapon and Toufic Hemaidan, according to a report by the Sacramento Business Journal.No specific store location within the city has yet been named.Confirmation of the new stores for 2016 comes as the eatery plans to celebrate its 25th anniversary on January 5.Currently, Dos Coyotes has eight restaurants in the Sacramento area. Another Sacramento location will open on Sunrise Boulevard in Citrus Heights, just north of Madison Avenue. Bobby Coyote, who founded Dos Coyotes, will own and operate that location. Coyote confirmed plans for a Citrus Heights location earlier this year, and said it would be in a shopping center that includes Nation’s Giant Hamburgers in Sunrise Marketplace.Dos Coyotes expects to open three more locations in the new year. Aside from the Pasadena branch, one each will be set up in Concord and in Turlock. The Concord store is a joint-venture franchise that will be owned by Coyote and Bay Area entrepreneurs Jason Wolenik and Mike Topf. The entrepreneurs hope to eventually open other Bay Area locations.Ray Hussein will own the Turlock store.In 2014, Coyote announced plans to begin franchising. At the time, he cited an effort to develop 25 locations in Los Angeles County within the next seven or eight years.Dos Coyotes currently has eight restaurants in the Sacramento area. The first location opened in 1991.For more information about the restaurant, visit www.doscoyotes.com. Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Community News HerbeautyPretty Or Not: 5 Things You Didn’t Know About BeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyAmazing Sparks Of On-Screen Chemistry From The 90-sHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Countries Where Men Have Difficulties Finding A WifeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Easy Exotic Meals Anyone Can MakeHerbeautyHerbeauty Top of the News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Make a comment First Heatwave Expected Next Week Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website
Report Questions Effectiveness of Fed’s Crisis-Era Purchases 2008 Financial Crisis Federal Reserve Federal Reserve Bank of New York Monetary Policy Report Quantitative Easing U.S. Monetary Policy Forum U.S. Treasury University of Chicago Booth School of Business William Dudley 2018-02-24 David Wharton Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago February 24, 2018 2,338 Views Print This Post About Author: David Wharton The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Share Save A report presented Friday by economists at the U.S. Monetary Policy Forum questioned the effectiveness of the Federal Reserve’s asset purchases during the 2008 financial crisis.The conference is held annually at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, uniting Fed officials with economists from both Wall Street and academia. The paper in question was entitled “A Skeptical View of the Impact of the Fed’s Balance Sheet,” and its authors included authors include Morgan Stanley Senior Desk Economist David Greenlaw, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Head of Global Economic Research Ethan Harris, University of Wisconsin economics professor Kenneth West, and University of California economist James Hamilton.As reported by CNBC, the paper argues that “the consensus view that the Fed’s quantitative easing lowered 10-year Treasury yields by 1 percentage point (100 basis points) was overstated, and that Fed asset purchases did not have as much impact on long Treasury yields as generally believed.” Instead, it claims that the effects of the Fed’s crisis-era actions on 10-year yields were temporary.”Going forward, we expect the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet to stay large,” the paper states, continuing to argue that “the most important and reliable instrument of monetary policy is the short-term interest rate.”New York Fed President William Dudley countered the paper’s arguments in a statement posted on the New York Fed’s official website. Dudley said, “While additional study of the effects of large-scale asset purchase (LSAP) programs should be encouraged—as it furthers our understanding of the use of these unconventional monetary policy tools—the paper’s findings do not, in my mind, invalidate the use of LSAPs when the Federal Reserve is operating at or close to the zero lower bound for short-term interest rates. That is the key issue—not the magnitude of the effects of LSAPs or whether short-term interest rates should be the primary tool of monetary policy.”Dudley went on to argue that “LSAPs remain useful to have in the toolkit for those times when the short-term interest rate tool may not be available.”On Friday, the Federal Reserve delivered its semi-annual Monetary Policy Report to Congress, noting widespread improvements in the U.S. economy and an uptick inflation near the end of 2017. The report stated the Fed’s belief that inflation will continue to stay at or near the Fed’s target rate of 2 percent during 2018. The report did not shed much light on whether the Fed plans three or four interest rate hikes in 2018, but more may be revealed when new Fed Chair Jerome Powell testifies before Congress on Wednesday, February 28. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Report Questions Effectiveness of Fed’s Crisis-Era Purchases Previous: Single-Family Rents Up Year-Over-Year Next: Rushmore Signs Renewal for Black Knight’s LoanSphere Servicing System The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Subscribe Related Articles Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, Headlines, Journal, News Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Tagged with: 2008 Financial Crisis Federal Reserve Federal Reserve Bank of New York Monetary Policy Report Quantitative Easing U.S. Monetary Policy Forum U.S. Treasury University of Chicago Booth School of Business William Dudley
Caolin Blade starts for the first time this season at scrum half while there’s a new mid field partnership with Academy duo Rory Parata and Peter Robb named to start.Galway man Tiernan O’Halloran will captain the side from fullback.Only two players remain in the pack from last weeks defeat in Cardiff with Aly Muldowney and James Connolly in the second and back row respectively. In the Champions cup hooker Rory Best will Captain Ulster in tomorrows meeting with Toulouse at Kingspan stadium.Stuart McCloskey and Luke Marshall form a new centre partnership while Craig Gilroy returns to the wing.
Nonso Madueke was among those that earned passage to the second round after beating John Otu 6-1, 6-4 and he is joined by Albert Bikom who conquered Ibrahim Badamasi 6-4, 7-5. Joseph Imeh came from a set down to beat Monday Igbinovia 3-6, 5-3 rtd.Youngster, Chritopher Bulus of Aces Tennis continued his impressive showing by beating Shehu Adamu 7-6, 5-1 rtd to earn a passage to the second round.He played four qualifying tournaments before reaching this stage and he looks good to cause one or two upsets. Christopher Edward also joined the second round train with a 6-0, 6-2 triumph over Ikilil Sani-Waziri.In the women’s singles, Christy Nwankwo defeated Pauline Ebijimi 6-3, 6-2 while Loveth Donatus dumped Colleen Orji 6-2, 6-2.Meanwhile, men’s top seed, Moses Michael has expressed desire to win the tournament after losing the final last year.The reigning Central Bank of Nigeria Open champion is scheduled to shift base to the US in February where he will be schooling till 2021 and he declared he wants to add the Dala title to his profile.“I’m looking forward to go a step better this time. Winning the tournament would be a just reward for my efforts this year because I trained harder than I used to,” the Tombim-sponsored player stated.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Defending champion, Sylvester Emmanuel began his quest to retain the men’s singles title at the 2016 Dala Hard Court Tennis Championship holding at the Kano Tennis Club with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Tochukwu Ezeh.His elder brother, Sunday Emmanuel, who won the title in 2013 before switching base to the US, where he spent over a year also secured an easy 6-0, 6-2 first round win over Dauda Ayuba.However, there was a major upset in the men’s singles on Tuesday as 2014 CBN Open champion, Henry Atseye was knocked out by Emmanuel Idoko who triumphed 6-3, 6-3.Unlike Atseye, Thomas Out, who won the CBN top prize in 2015 progressed to the second round by beating Idris Aiyu 6-4, 6-4.
NORWALK – It used to be that when the school year started, the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District already had a new contract with its teachers association. But those days appear to be gone. In the 2004-05 school year, there was no agreement until December 2004. In this school year, the two sides remain at odds nearly six months after school started. The two sides apparently are close to impasse, a situation in which a mediator would be sent to work with both sides. Another bargaining session is scheduled for Friday. The Teachers Association of La Mirada has held rallies at school board meetings in November and December. Teachers are again expected to be out in force at Monday’s meeting. There also are plans to picket at their schools before and after work. The argument is over money. The teachers want a 4 percent pay raise, with 3.5percent retroactive from September through July. The district has offered 3percent. Superintendent Ginger Shattuck said the district can’t afford the raises the teachers want. Gerald Gandolfo, association president, said the district has enough money. While some blame one or the other side, others say the growing divide between the two is a result of changing circumstances. “Events are the driving forces rather than the personalities,” La Mirada Councilman Hal Malkin said. “You have certain conditions – the financial side – which is driving the split between the teachers and administration,” Malkin said. “It’s driving a wedge between them.” Malkin was referring to declining enrollment, decreasing state aid and increasing health insurance costs. Still, there are differences in the way the teachers and administrators negotiate – something both sides concede. “The one thing that has changed is the dynamics of the association itself,” Gandolfo said. “You had Dick Reuther,” he said, referring to the former executive director who is no longer alive. “I use the term warlord in a positive way. He would sit down with the superintendent and hammer out a deal.” But after Reuther retired, the process became more democratic, Gandolfo said. “The process has gone from one-on-one to having the president involved in the bargaining and now you have a bargaining committee,” he said. Shattuck agrees the process has become more adversarial and blames it in part because the district has less money. The district has lost about 1,000 students during the last two years and that’s about $6.2million in revenue, she said. Although the district saves some money by hiring fewer teachers, other costs – such as school administrators, utilities, custodians and other maintenance – continue, she said. Thus, the district can’t afford raises that are as large as in the past, Shattuck said. “We have to make over $3million in cuts to give the 3percent,” she said. “I don’t like this kind of negotiations,” she said. “I think the employees deserve as much of a raise as they can get. But my responsibility is to help keep this district fiscally solvent, not just for this year but into the foreseeable future.” But Gandolfo said the teachers have helped the district by taking low pay raises in the past three years. “We took 0percent two years ago \, 2percent which was below \ last year, and we’re asking for below COLA this year,” he said. Teachers also have agreed to increased class sizes by one student in the fourth through 12th grades, he said. “We can’t continue to carry the burden of the impact on the budget,” Gandolfo said. Gandolfo said the district will get more money in the future – with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proposing a 5percent increase in 2006-07 and a 4 percent increase the following year. “There’s lots of money,” he said. But Shattuck said that even with more money coming from the state, declining enrollment means the district still will get less. “We could give the salary increase with no problem this year,” she said. “We would be taking it from our reserves and when it’s gone, it’s gone. We don’t get it replenished.” Shattuck and Maureen Saul, assistant superintendent of business services, must sign a statement that the district will be fiscally solvent over the next three years in order to give a pay raise. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Teagasc Donegal held a very successful certificate presentation evening.Both the Ballybofey and Letterkenny classes received their Level 6 Certificates in Agriculture (better known as the ‘Green Cert’) on Friday night last in the Clanree Hotel.An enjoyable evening was had recognising the work of all involved over the last two and a half years. Courses are on-going for both the Part-time and Distance Education programmes and anyone interested can contact Teagasc Letterkenny on 074 9121555.Conor Maguire and James Keane, Teagasc presenting Carla McCool, Student of the Year (Ballybofey Class) with her prize at Teagasc Donegal Presentiation Evening where Both Ballybofey and Letterkenny Classes received ther Level 6 Certificates in Agriculture (Geeen Cert) on Friday nigth last in the Clanree Hotel. Photo Clive WassonAt Teagasc Donegal Presentiation Evening where both Ballybofey and Letterkenny Classes received ther Level 6 Certificates in Agriculture (Geeen Cert) on Friday nigth last in the Clanree Hotel. Pictured is the Letterkenny Class seated from left are Matthew Lecky, Richard Alcorn, Brendan McLaughlin, James Keane Teagasc, Barry Nelis (Student of the Year), Conor Maguire Teagasc, Aileen McCarron Teagasc, Michelle Harkin, James Cullen. Middle Row (L-R) Veronica Ryan Teagasc, Gavin Doherty Teagasc, Shane Gallagher, Damein Murry, Gary Boyce, Darren Crossan, Brendan Boyce, Eoin Boyce, Gary Fisher Teagasc, Kevin McMenamin Teagasc, Paddy Browne, Teagasc. Back Row (L-R)Michael Devlin, Gavin Browne, Michael Boyle, Raymond McGettigan, Neil O’Donnell, Donal Connolly, Joe McFadden, Tony Dixon. Photo Clive WassonAt Teagasc Donegal Presentiation Evening where both Ballybofey and Letterkenny Classes received ther Level 6 Certificates in Agriculture (Geeen Cert) on Friday nigth last in the Clanree Hotel. Pictured are the Ballybofey Class Seated (L-R)Veronica Ryan Teagasc, Matthew Lecky, Brendan McLaughlin, James Keane, Carla McCool (Student of the Year), Paddy Browne Teagasc, Kevin McMenamin Teagasc, Aileen McCarron Teagasc, Gary Fisher, Teagasc. Middle Row L-R: Gavin Doherty Teagasc, Patrick O’Donnell, Keith McKinney, Andrew Gallagher, Peter Campbell, Niall Bryson, Paul Boyle, Thomas Leitch, Fergal Mullen, Linda Doherty, Conor Maguire, Teagasc. Back Row L-R: Jeffrey McKinney, Michael Campbell, Kevin Gallagher, Patrick McGlynn, Barry Farragher, Derek Meehan, James McGettigan. Photo Clive WassonCarla McCool, Student of the Year, Ballybofey Class at the Teagasc Donegal Presentiation Evening where both Ballybofey and Letterkenny Classes received ther Level 6 Certificates in Agriculture (Geeen Cert) on Friday nigth last in the Clanree Hotel. Photo Clive WassonBarry Nelis, Student of the Year, Letterkenny Class at the Teagasc Donegal Presentiation Evening where both Ballybofey and Letterkenny Classes received ther Level 6 Certificates in Agriculture (Geeen Cert) on Friday nigth last in the Clanree Hotel. Photo Clive WassonTeagasc Staff at the Teagasc Donegal Presentiation evening where both Ballybofey and Letterkenny Classes received ther Level 6 Certificates in Agriculture (Geeen Cert) on Friday nigth last in the Clanree Hotel. Front from left Paddy Browne, Veronica Ryan, James Keane, Donegal Sligo Leitrim Area Manager, Aileen McCarron, Gary Fisher. Back from left Conor Maguire, Kevin McMenamin, Gavin Doherty, Matthew Lecky, Brendan McLaughlin, Johann Downes. Photo Clive WassonTeagasc students across Donegal pass with flying colours was last modified: June 18th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:certificatesteagasc
James DeGale weighed in at 11st 13lb 8oz ahead of his European title showdown in Liverpool.The Harlesden man takes on defending champion Piotr Wilczewski, who has lost only one of his 30 professional fights and was a fraction under the 12-stone super-middleweight limit.Wilczewski, 33, has the WBO inter-continental belt as well as the European title, and the Pole is ranked two in the world by the WBO.“It’s going to be a hard fight. The guy’s a good fighter and is coming for a fight, no doubt about it,” DeGale told West London Sport.“I know he hasn’t come here to give up his title and that there’s pressure on me to produce a big performance, but I’m ready to go out there and prove the doubters wrong.”It will be DeGale’s first outing since he lost his British title – and his unbeaten record – to arch-rival and fellow west Londoner George Groves on a majority-decision verdict in May.The 25-year-old is convinced he should have been declared the winner of that bout, but a victory this weekend would put him in line for a rematchor even a world title shot.Promoter Frank Warren wants DeGale to fight for a world titlleDeGale said: “I want to get this European title and then move on to bigger and better things. The super-middleweight division is on fire at the moment and I want to be a part of it because I know I can mix it with the big boys.“If Groves wants to fight me again after this, then great – bring it on. I still think I won that fight and don’t know how someone can win a title fighting on the back foot like that.“But if he wants to run from me, I’ll just move on. This European title shot is a great chance for me to move on to a higher stage and I’m going to grab it with both hands.“Win this fight and I’ll be ranked second in the world by the WBO and also in the top 10 of the other organisations. It’s a cracking opportunity and I’m going to make the most of it.”DeGale’s ponderous start to the grudge match with Groves proved costly and he has pledged to be much more assertive at the Echo Arena on Saturday.And his trainer Jim McDonnell, criticised by some after the Groves fight, believes his man will thrive on the pressure of knowing that he cannot afford to lose this weekend’s encounter.“We’ve worked on cutting the ring down and I’ve been really pleased with James’ work,” said McDonnell, who also trains west London light-middleweight Steve O’Meara.“He’s definitely learned from the Groves fight and I think that loss will be a blessing in disguise – the making of James, not the breaking.“His sparring has been absolutely brilliant and it’s obvious he wants that European title badly. And come fight night, he’ll get it. I think he’ll produce his best performance yet.”
Going forward, the Raiders can’t afford six such … OAKLAND — It looked promising at the outset.Raiders’ quarterback Derek Carr was in command, taking the Raiders 65 yards on their first possession for a 28-yard field goal by Daniel Carlson, then directing a 74-yard six play drive to make it 10-0. He even passed Ken Stabler as having the most career passing yardage in franchise history.And then?Punt, punt, punt, punt, interception, interception . . . Chiefs 28, Raiders 10.
Science supports a Japanese tradition of “forest bathing” for mental refreshment and overall well-being.“Have you ever wondered why you feel healthier and happier when you stroll through the trees or frolic by the sea?”, an entry in Medical Xpress begins. The answer is not just in the beauty. It’s in beneficial substances, including bacteria, that we inhale in outdoor environments. Japanese scientists traveled to the island of Yakushima, famous for its forests and mountains, to study the practice of “forest bathing” that gives a sense of well being. “The Japanese researchers suggested that we are taking in beneficial substances when we breathe forest air.” Aren’t bacteria our enemies? A few are, but here’s what the article proposes:Research has identified three major inhaled factors that can make us feel healthier. These factors are beneficial bacteria, plant-derived essential oils and negatively-charged ions.From birth to the grave, beneficial bacteria surround us; they live in the environment and, importantly, in the air we breathe. We also share almost our entire body with them. The more interaction we have with them, the happier and healthier we are.If you can’t get outside where the ecology benefits you directly, you can get some benefit from it just by looking out the window. Another article on Medical Xpress says a study found that “views of green space help students perform better”. Students did better on tests when they could see green landscapes out the window, perhaps because it reduces stress.Take it from me; outdoor walks have done wonders for my health after cancer surgery three years ago. I walked 1,000 miles outdoors in 2015 and might break that record this year. I know a pastor that takes outdoor walks as a form of his own personal Sabbath, not as a theological requirement, but as a time for quiet reflection with God. It really helped him after he recovered from cancer, too. Don’t wait for a bad diagnosis. Build healthy habits into your life. It’s a way of saying “Thank you Lord!” for the incomparable body and mind the Creator has given each of us to use on God’s green Earth.(Visited 19 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
20 July 2006The road through Sani Pass, one of southern Africa’s most spectacular mountain passes, is to be upgraded, opening up the corridor from Thaba Tseka in Lesotho to Pietermaritzburg in South Africa and providing easier access to the Maloti-Drakensberg transfrontier area.South Africa’s and Lesotho’s transport ministers, Jeff Radebe and Neo Masithela, launched the R160-million upgrade project at the SA-Lesotho border near Underberg in KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday.The 33-kilometre gravel road traverses the sheer cliffs of the Drakensberg escarpment in a series of tight zig-zag curves – given names such as “Ice Corner”, “Big Wind Corner” and “Suicide Bend” – climbing more than a kilometre from the Sani Pass Hotel (altitude 1 566m) past the South African border post (1 900m) to the Sani Pass Summit at 2 873m.Originally used to bring goods on pack animals from South Africa to Mokhotlong in the “Mountain Kingdom”, the pass was only opened to vehicle traffic in 1955 and, despite improvements since then, remains extremely steep and rough.Though offroad vehicle enthusiasts may mourn the old Sani’s passing, the road is set to be upgraded into a smooth, tarred surface accessible to normal cars and public transport vehicles.The project is expected to boost development on both sides of the border, opening up the corridor linking Thaba Tseka and Mokhotlong in Lesotho and Himvelle, Underberg and Pietermaritzburg in South Africa.The upgraded road will extend as far as Pietermaritzburg, a centre capable of providing a variety of economic services to Lesotho.Speaking at the launch, Radebe said the project would also provide easier tourist access to the Maloti-Drakensberg transfrontier area that includes the uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park, a World Heritage site.He said the project would contribute to black economic empowerment by linking an established and emerging consultant via a joint venture agreement.It will also create employment, both during and after construction, through the Zibambele Road Maintenance and Vukuzakhe Contractor Development programmes, both part of the goverment’s Expanded Public Works Programme.The former targets poorer households, especially women-headed households, contracting them for 12 months to perform tasks such as clearing side drains and maintaining road surfaces. The latter involves labour-intensive road upgrade construction.In July 2005, South Africa and Lesotho signed agreements on transport, infrastructure development and co-operation in search and rescue operations.SouthAfrica.info reporter and BuaNews Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo material