WASHINGTON (AP) — House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has met with hard-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Their session on Tuesday night came as Republicans wrestled over how to handle a bipartisan outcry over her embrace of outlandish conspiracy theories like suggestions that mass shootings at the nation’s schools were staged. Aides to McCarthy and Greene offered no immediate comment after the two spent around 90 minutes together in his Capitol office. The GOP is facing unrest from opposing ends of the Republican spectrum over Greene and Rep. Liz Cheney, who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump. Both situations underscore GOP fissures as the party seeks its pathway without Trump.
2. Construction of roads, parking lots and pedestrian areas:Arranged bus turnaround NP “Krka”;Built access road to the Visitor Center and space for organized parking of agency buses;Built a wet toilet next to the platforms for agency buses;Built a “green island” with space for recycling and waste sorting;Arranged and equipped two horticultural areas with a children’s playground;Installed system for automatic ticket verification and digital info-billboards;Installed signalization within the complex intended for easier navigation and guidance of visitors.In addition to the Krka National Park, funds were also allocated to the Mljet National Park, the Paklenica National Park, the Biokovo Nature Park, the Cerovac Caves, the University of Zadar, the Darda Municipality, the City of Petrinja and the City of Benkovac. </p>
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<p> After the successful implementation of the project Unknown Krka, the Public Institution “National Park Krka” was awarded grants for the project Center for Visiting Management of the National Park “Krka” – Lozovac.The total value of the project is 105.968.378,33 HRK, of which the European Regional Development Fund (EFRD) co-finances 71.698.656,53 HRK, or 85% of the total eligible costs amounting to 84.351.360,63 HRK, in the form of grants from Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014 – 2020 – Promotion of sustainable use of natural heritage in national parks and nature parks (Project Code KK.06.1.2.01).Cilj projekta uređenja Centra za upravljanje posjećivanjem Nacionalnog parka „Krka“ – Lozovac je, izgradnjom infrastrukture za prijam i upravljanje i edukacijom posjetitelja, povećati vidljivost NP „Krka“ kao turističke atrakcije, jačati obrazovne kapacitete za interaktivnu edukaciju i informiranje posjetitelja, postići kvalitetniji prostorni i vremenski raspored posjetitelja, te osigurati društveni, gospodarski i ekološki boljitak. “The construction and commissioning of the Lozovac entrance complex includes the construction and equipping of the Visitor Center building and the construction and arrangement of roads, parking lots and pedestrian areas. The new facility will be located on the site of the current buffet and will extend to the existing toilet, and a detailed design is currently underway, after which the process of selecting a contractor will be initiated, and the start of work is expected by the end of the year. ” points out Krešimir Šakić, director of the Krka National Park.Construction and commissioning of the Lozovac Visitor Center complex includes:1. Construction and equipping of the building of the Visitor Center Lozovac:Four functional volumes were built and equipped, with a total of 1860 mXNUMX of usable space, in which the contents of the visitor center are arranged and grouped (multimedia, info and administrative contents, cash registers, sanitary block, and commercial, catering, storage and service facilities).Exhibition-presentation and multimedia contents of the Visitor Center Lozovac:AR Augmented Reality;Multimedia hall;Smaller meeting room;Exhibition of archaeological artifacts;Art installation – park rangers;Totems with visuals. read more
Share Sports Information Services (SIS) has announced a new deal with Danish state owned gambling operator Danske Spil, to provide its new greyhound service in a Watch & Bet basis.The supplier of products and services to the retail and online betting markets is to not only provide the bookmaker with its new and improved service, but will also supply live pictures, commentary and data for British & Irish greyhounds for retail and online.Jens Nielsen, Head of Sports Betting at Danske Licens Spil, said: “We are happy to have secured this enhanced content, and that we are able to expand our product offering for our customers through our partnership with SIS. “I believe that they will appreciate the quality greyhound content on show and the service from SIS which provides our customers with high quality content, at times that suit them.“We have only started offering greyhound races from the New Year and we are convinced that SIS’s greyhound service will give our customers exciting experiences and will be a driving force in increasing interest and sales on our greyhound product on all our sales channels (retail, web, mobile and app).”This new announcement follows a recent deal with William Hill, who became the first bookmaker to take the SIS Greyhound Service in a Watch & Bet format.In addition, it was also detailed that last year that deals were struck with four Spanish bookies, meaning SIS now supplier 90% of the nations retail market.Sandra McWilliams, SIS Sales Director, said: “SIS has produced high quality and reliable content for the betting industry for 30 years and we have now developed an even better greyhound product for the international market.“We are thrilled to be working with Danske Spil to provide them with our SIS Greyhound Service and we believe the content will prove popular with their customers and generate significant revenues and profits as the service develops”. Share Danish FA backs Danske Spil’s Safe Play campaign August 24, 2020 Related Articles SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Danske Spil calls for esports makeover with Pinnacle Solution August 25, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon read more
BRITT — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller filed a lawsuit Monday to shut down an alleged puppy-laundering ring partly operated in Hancock County.Spokesman Lynn Hicks says the ring sold nearly 1,300 puppies. “And what puppy laundering is, basically is and effort to obscure the source of dogs and deceive customers about where the puppies are coming from,” Hick says.He says the pure-bred puppies were sold as rescue animals by non-profit organizations to organizations outside of Iowa. “Especially places like California and Chicago, which have bans on puppy mill dogs,” according to Hicks. “You can’t in those locations, you can’t buy dogs that have come from anywhere else besides animal shelters or rescue groups.”In addition to California and Illinois, the dogs from Iowa were also sold in Florida and New Jersey. “There is a for-profit breeder based in Britt call J.A.K.’s Puppies. And our lawsuit is alleging that they are essentially serving as the broker, and transferring these dogs through two non-profits — Hobo K9, and Rescue Pets Iowa — essentially laundering through the non-profits, selling them, and exporting them out-of-state,” Hicks explains.The lawsuit alleges the puppies were sold from September 2016 to July 2018 for $714,510. Hicks says they want the operation stopped. “We’re asking the judge to dissolve the non-profits, number one. We are asking them to put a temporary injunction stopping all the defendants in this case from doing any business or charitable activities involving transferring animals and stopping them altogether form doing deceptive practices. And we’d also like to see some civil penalties,” Hicks says.He says they are also seeking refunds for those who bought these dogs. “These dogs were sold for, in some cases, a few thousand dollars at pet shops in California and Chicago. They thought they were buying rescue pets — and they actually didn’t know where they were coming from,” Hick says.The individuals names in the lawsuit are: Jolyn K. Noethe of Britt, president of Hobo K-9 as well as co-president, secretary and director of J.A.K.’s Puppies; Kimberly Dolphin of Britt, treasurer of Hobo K9, as well as co-president, secretary and director of J.A.K.’s Puppies; Megan Peterson of Wesley, a manager with J.A.K.’s Puppies and secretary of Hobo K9; Russell Kirk of Ottumwa, president, secretary, treasurer and director of Rescue Pets Iowa.Hicks says you should know where the animal you are buying is coming from. He says it is likely not a rescue animal if they are charging you thousands of dollars. “In some cases these dogs were not spayed or neutered. Those are all red flags that this is probably not a rescue dog. Most rescue organizations charge minimal fees,” Hicks says.The lawsuit seeks civil penalties for up to $40,000 for each violation. read more
FERMANAGH manager Pete McGrath has sparked a row – after accusing Donegal of gamesmanship during yesterday’s clash in Ballybofey!The former Down man could see only good in his own side after the clash which saw 14-man Donegal ease past the visitors.“Donegal had a lot of gamesmanship out there today, whether you like it or not,” said McGrath. “Let’s call a spade a spade. I mean, the number of times Donegal players went down, in some instances feigning injury, just to stop the clock, to break the play up and the referee fell for it, he fell for it.”McGrath was also angry at the two-minute delay in taking the penalty describing it as unacceptable.“Let’s see what the authorities do about it. I mean, they will do nothing of course because it’s Fermanagh.“If it was Dublin on the receiving end of it, they might do something about it, but because it’s Fermanagh, you know,” said McGrath. The comments will surprise those who were at Mac Cumhaill Park to see all the off-the-ball nonsense from Fermanagh players, particularly by Sean Quigley.TV replays showed him appear to get away with throwing a punch at Eamon McGee in the second half (it wasn’t mentioned on the Sunday Game commentary).The big talking point following the clinical 2-11 to 0-10 victory by Donegal’s 14 men was the sending off of Neil McGee just before the break.But Rory Gallagher defended the Gaoth Dobhair man.“I thought I heard a whistle for a free out and Neil is adamant that he heard a whistle for a free out and then he kind of shrugged his man off,” he said. ROW AS FERMANAGH MANAGER ACCUSES DONEGAL OF ‘GAMESMANSHIP’ was last modified: June 13th, 2016 by John2Share 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:donegalFermanaghpete mcgrath read more