Rent rises encourage Derwent NAV uplift

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Governor Wolf Nominates Bruce Beemer for Attorney General

first_img Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that he has nominated Pennsylvania Inspector General Bruce Beemer to serve as Attorney General.“Bruce Beemer has a depth of experience, he has the respect of the employees of the Office of the Attorney General, and I have no doubt that he will make this transition seamless and smooth,” said Governor Wolf. “I have spoken with Republican and Democratic leaders in the Senate, and we have agreed that Bruce is the right fit for Attorney General at this time, and I am confident that he will be confirmed expeditiously. Bruce earned a reputation across the commonwealth as a tough prosecutor, effective administrator and thoughtful legal mind, which is why I appointed him Inspector General. I have great faith in his ability and know that he will serve efficiently and effectively as Attorney General. I also want to thank Bruce Castor for his service to the office, and I wish him well moving forward.”If confirmed as Attorney General, Beemer will resume his role as Inspector General upon completion of his service as Attorney General.——–Bruce Beemer currently serves as Pennsylvania’s Inspector General, and prior to that he served as first deputy in the Office of the Attorney General of Pennsylvania where he oversaw the day to day operations of the Criminal, Civil, and Public Protection Divisions, as well as being responsible for the management of almost 800 employees.He previously served as a deputy district attorney in the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office. After joining that office as an assistant district attorney in 1996, he worked in the Crimes Persons, Narcotics and Homicide trial units where he tried over 100 jury trials and prosecuted over 75 homicide cases. He was responsible for several gang-related prosecutions within the City of Pittsburgh involving multi-jurisdictional coordination with state and federal agencies.In 2005, Mr. Beemer was made supervisor of the District Attorney’s General Trial Units and Summary Appeals Units. He managed a group of prosecutors in the office and regularly advised city, county, and municipal police departments on legal issues relating to active investigations. He trained police officers and prosecutors on behalf of the Municipal Police Officer Training and Education Center, the Allegheny County Police Academy and the Pennsylvania District Attorney’s Association.From 2005 to 2011 Mr. Beemer was an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Law where he taught trial advocacy to third year law students. He has served as a Board Member for the Center for Victims of Violent Crime.In 2010, Mr. Beemer left the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office to engage in a private practice focused on plaintiffs’ environmental toxic tort cases and white collar criminal defense. In late 2011, he was appointed Chief of Staff for the Office of Attorney General of Pennsylvania under Attorney General Linda Kelly and in 2013, he was appointed Chief of Criminal Prosecutions under Attorney General Kathleen Kane before being named First Deputy.Mr. Beemer graduated summa cum laude in 1992 from the University of Scranton and in 1995 from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He resides just north of Pittsburgh in Bradford Woods, Pennsylvania. He and his wife Jodi have two children ages 9 and 7.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf August 18, 2016 Governor Wolf Nominates Bruce Beemer for Attorney Generalcenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Working out the price of a home

first_imgAndrew Winter shares his tips for buying a home when the price isn’t disclosed. Picture: Jerad WilliamsYou want to buy a home, and the price is … NOT disclosed.This is a popular sales tactic and rules and regulations on it vary from state to state. So how do you work out a price?• If you’re looking in areas you know, you should have a feel for typical values. Ensure your knowledge is up to date as values can change in just a few weeks. Major property websites will show you sold prices, and you can ask agents. • For unknown suburbs, be wary if you see a non-priced listing you like. Ideally, if you are serious, you could risk the few hundred dollars to pay a valuer for a really independent overview, but your lender/broker should be able to help too. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours ago• When searching, find listings similar — both for sale and sold — and try to discover sale prices or listing guides.• The process is mainly about comparisons as there are never two truly identical homes. Teach yourself to add for some features and take away value for less or poor condition. • Work out demand. More serious buyers mean competition, which may push the price higher than you think is fair. Is it worth that bit extra to you? • What is it worth to you? How much will you push your finances? If it is a compromise or investment home, is it worth the risk? • Selling motivation. Rarely noted, yet it determines every sale price. Forced sale situations can be great buying. This is a tricky game I feel only really favours sellers. As a buyer, be educated and well researched.last_img read more

Short campaigns hold the heat in the auction arena

first_imgVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:53Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:53 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow online real estate auctions work01:54Short, sharp auction campaigns are proving effective on the Gold Coast where a hot market is seeing impatient buyers move on quickly.A sunny top-floor apartment in a three-storey brick walk-up at 133 Old Burleigh Road, Broadbeach sold for $570,000 under the hammer on Sunday.The 17-day campaign attracted more than 100 inspections ahead of the onsite auction where 22 bidders registered for a tilt at the beachside abode.The highest of 33 bids came from a Broadbeach couple with plans to renovate and move into the two-bedroom residence. 9/133 Old Burleigh Road, Broadbeach sold for $570,000 under the hammer.Professionals – John Henderson agent Luke Henderson, who led the marketing push with Matt Maguire, said the level of pre-auction interest exceeded all expectations.“We had a lot of young people looking at it, many first home buyers, due to the location being close to all the conveniences of Broadbeach, having a glimpse of the ocean and two car parks,” he said. Mr Henderson said the traditional one-month auction campaign was trimmed in order to retain buyer interest. “What we’re finding is that buyers who are ready to go want to buy today,” he said.“If we do 16-20 days buyers will stick with the property rather than look elsewhere.” MORE: Sky garages send luxury living to new heights 46/173 Old Burleigh Road, Broadbeach fetched $1.777 million at auction this week.On Tuesday, a Brisbane buyer placed the winning $1.777 million bid on a designer apartment on the 19th floor of residents-only Verve in Broadbeach. Ray White’s Mark Stafford and Andrew Rouse led the campaign which saw 58 inspections, 218,748 people reached on social media and 2000 REA views.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoOver in Miami, five bidders registered for a crack at a coastal-style new build at 103 Chainey Ave which sold for street record of $1.3 million under the hammer last Sunday. The three-week pre-auction marketing push was led by Brad Payne and Jarrard Lemming of Ray White CG – Broadbeach. Two year wait for unique timber pole homescenter_img Short campaigns keep the heat in the auction arena 103 Chainey Ave, Miami sets a new street record of $1.3 million at auction.The Miami sale was among the top three auction results on the Gold Coast last week. An east-facing four-bedroom home on wide water at 4 Vevey St, Mermaid Waters sold for $1.45 million under the hammer while 302/13-25 Garfield Tce, Surfers Paradise fetched $1.42 million. Reslestate.com.au recorded the city’s auction clearance rate was 48 percent for the week ending August 25, down 2 percent on last month.Out of 39 reported auctions, 19 properties sold under the hammer, 19 were passed in and one was withdrawn.last_img read more

Can you really be addicted to pornography?

first_imgNZ Herald 7 March 2016Family First Comment: Yes, of course. Everyone knows that – especially the porn industry!!“In my practice as a clinical psychologist specialising in addiction, I see people for a range of substance problems. The most common non-substance behaviour that people seek my assistance with is pornography addiction, with many clients frequently using this term when first making contact.”The recent public statements by athlete Nick Willis about overcoming an addiction to pornography have received a lot of attention.One question that is being asked is what actually is pornography addiction? In particular, many people may wonder if this really is an addiction, how common is it and how does it relate to “normal” pornography use.Firstly, the official manual of the American Psychiatric Association – which is also used in New Zealand – does not recognise pornography addiction. Gambling is the only behavioural addiction to receive official sanction for that organisation.In my practice as a clinical psychologist specialising in addiction, I see people for a range of substance problems. The most common non-substance behaviour that people seek my assistance with is pornography addiction, with many clients frequently using this term when first making contact.When I assess a person, it is important to keep an open mind about what is occurring for them. However I have consistently found that these men (and they have all been men) describe problems with compulsive pornography use that closely mirrors most of the symptoms of substance addiction.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11601461last_img read more

‘Drug-crazed’ man stabs Bacolod student to death

first_imgWhile being interviewed at the stationon Thursday, Carmelotes was barely coherent as he talked about climbing thewall inside the comfort room, believing he can escape. Tuario added that Genise just stayedhome when not in school, and had not been in trouble. BACOLOD City – A man believed to be high on drugs stabbed to death a16-year-old student of VMA Global College in this city. Investigation of Police Station 9 revealedthe suspect stabbed Genise without apparent reason. The victim bore severalwounds after Carmelotes stabbed him several times. The victim, Alexis Genise Jr., passedaway around 4 p.m. on Wednesday – some four hours after he was rushed to thehospital. This led the police personnel on-duty tohandcuff him. He was photographed browsing through a small Bible inside hiscell. Lieutenant Colonel Ariel Pico, spokespersonof the Bacolod City Police Office, said Carmelotes is known as a bum, whoadmitted using shabu. Police reports showed Genise just camefrom class and was with his classmates near the school entrance when suspectRay Jan Carmelotes, 27, attacked him using a kitchen knife shortly before noon. The suspect, who was arrestedimmediately, was detained at the station’s custodial facility. He is undergoingan inquest for murder. Genise’s grandmother, Myrna Tuario, 63,said her grandson was a diligent student, who dreamed of finishing his studiesand finding a job to put his elder sibling to school. “The suspect said what he did was a justa joke,” she said in a radio interview. (Witha report from PNA/PN)last_img read more

Long-time Decatur County educators announce retirement, reception planned

first_imgGreensburg, in. — Our news gathering partners at the Greensburg Daily News are reporting North Decatur High School will lose 92-years of teaching expertise when tow popular educators retire this year. Shirley Stotts has been a dedicated English teacher for 49 years and Fred Chase has been an outstanding math teacher for 43 years.A reception will be held at the school on Friday from 4 to 7 p.m.Stotts said her mother encouraged her to go to college and become an English teacher. Her parents both worked in the General Motors factory. Stotts said she was always good with English and since it was what she was best at, she was happy to share that talent and passion with students.Chase is originally from southwestern Indiana and sent applications to every school in the 812 area code when he looked for his first job, thinking he would stay close to home. NDHS offered him the job first and he accepted before he graduated college. Just weeks later, he received offers from two more schools, but he turned them down to honor his contract with North Decatur.last_img read more

Pirates Fall Short Against Wildcats

first_imgThe Franklin County Wildcats came to visit the Greensburg Pirates on Thursday evening for their second conference match up of the season. The Wildcats bested the Pirates back on August 21 when the Pirates were the visitors, though it took overtime for FC to be victorious. FC beat Greensburg 6-4 after two extra 7 minute periods. Thursday, the game intensity was the same, with a slightly different result, this time, in favor of the Pirates. Greensburg started the scoring early with Vincent Pavy getting through the Wildcat back line and putting a goal in 1 minute and 22 seconds into the game. It’s Pavy’s team-leading 6th goal of the season. Greensburg found the net later in the first half with senior Nicholas Zapfe finding freshman Grayson Newhart for the Pirates’ second goal. The Wildcats were able to draw to within one before halftime with a goal of their own, moments after Newhart’s goal. The second half was very defensive for the Pirates, and it wasn’t until a late handball in the box allowed for the Wildcats to get right back in it. FC was able to sink the PK and tie the game at 2-2 with less than 20 minutes left. The Pirates relied on the heroics of Zapfe again, as he scored the game winning goal with around 10 minutes left to play. The Pirates finished the game strong and held on to win the game 3-2. Greensburg moves to 2-5 on the season, and 1-2 in EIAC play.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Cody DeVolld.last_img read more

Chargers And Cougars Harriers Civil War Battle

first_imgVarsity Cross Country at North Branch Golf Course.Girls: North Decatur 22, South Decatur 33.Race winner: Jenna Walton (N) 23:30.Top 10:1. Walton2. Kalli (S) 24:013. Snider (N) 24:054. Osting (N) 25:175. Bolinger (S) 26:136. Dohlen (N) 26:207. Tomson (S) 26:518. Holloway (N) 28:039. Martin (S) 29:0110. Hamilton (S) 29:33Boys: South Decatur 27, North Decatur 29.Race Winner: T. Newby (S) 20:34Top 10:1. Newby2. Keppel (S) 21:023. Dollinger (N) 21:224. Gearhart (N) 21:505. Geis (N) 22:266. Bowles (N) 22:557. Storm (S) 23:238. Platt (S) 23:299. Redelman (S) 23:3310. Hibberd (S) 24:07“Two very fun and competitive races between county rivals!  Each year we run for the Phiddepedes Cup, the travelling trophy between the two teams, so it makes it a great race.  We were lucky enough to win it on the girl’s side.  South took it on the boys side by the slimmest of margins.” Chargers Coach Scott Johnson.Up next: at Jac-Cen-Del Invite this Saturday.last_img read more

Syracuse football recruiting: Class of 2017 running back Markenzy Pierre flips commitment to SU

first_imgClass of 2017 running back Markenzy Pierre has committed to Syracuse after previously being committed to Western Kentucky, he announced via Twitter.The 6-foot, 218-pound running back from Liberty (Florida) High School is ranked with three stars on 247Sports.com, and with two stars on Rivals.com and Scout.com. In addition to the offer he had from Western Kentucky, Pierre also had offers from Appalachian State and Memphis. Published on October 29, 2016 at 12:36 pm Contact Tomer: tdlanger@syr.edu | @tomer_langer Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ AdvertisementThis is placeholder textPer his Hudl.com profile, Pierre has also played wide receiver. He runs a 4.5 40-yard dash, has a 32-inch vertical and can bench press 285-pounds, per Hudl.Pierre is the the second running back of SU’s Class of 2017 commits, joining Allen Stritzinger. He’s also the fifth commit in the class from a Florida high school.You can track the rest of Syracuse’s 2017 recruiting class here.Here are Pierre’s junior year highlights.last_img read more