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City begins “second pass” on hurricane cleanup

first_img The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Please enter your comment! TAGSCity of ApopkaDebris removalHurricane Irma Previous articleIn the News: Ovary removal to lower cancer riskNext articleApopka police arrest kidnapping suspect Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Hauls away more than 80,000 cubic yards of debrisFrom the City of ApopkaA fleet of more than a dozen trucks working in Apopka has completed the first pass of curbside storm debris cleanup from Hurricane Irma. The first pass, which wrapped up Monday, has resulted in the hauling away of more than 80,000 cubic yards of broken trees, limbs and other debris.Completing the “first pass” means that contractors have picked up much — but not all — of the debris. A second pass will begin immediately throughout the City to collect from locations not included in the first pass. This will include “mixed piles” of debris and other materials as well as debris placed in locations where contractors could not make a swift and efficient pickup.Contractor CrowderGulf has nine large trucks and two trailers working in Apopka. Four bucket trucks are cutting down hanging branches and damaged trees above public roads and right-of-way areas. In many cases, the “hangers” are placed on curbs to await pickup from storm-debris haulers. The city also is operating claw trucks to assist with pickups.It is important for residents to place any remaining storm debris in the right of way, between the curb and the sidewalk. Avoid placing debris in the street, near mailboxes, fire hydrants, or on top of water mains or electric transformers or underneath power lines or cable wires. Do not mix tree and plant debris with other waste materials – separate those items into different piles.Contractor crews will use the second pass to help with construction debris like privacy fence piles. They will cut up fallen and leaning trees near or above city roads or rights of way.City trucks started Monday’s collection route of bulky items – bagged waste, furniture, etc. – along Plymouth-Sorrento Road, Lester Road and into the Errol Estates community. Large amounts of bulky waste are slowing collections, but the city expects to return to a normal schedule soon.Crews also are working Saturday and Sunday to expedite cleanup.Keep in mind:• Please make every effort to keep the street clear of parked cars when debris crews are in your area.• Please help to keep storm drains clear. Residents can help aid the debris collection by sweeping up loose leaves and debris after each pass.• Please keep bagged leaves & debris, construction debris, fencing, furniture, appliances or anything else separated from hurricane tree debris piles. This will help with the disposal process.Collected storm debris is transported to a large field at the edge of the Northwest Recreation Complex off of Appy Lane. This area is for contracted vehicles only.Photo from the City of Apopka Facebook page.last_img read more

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Student hazard

first_imgHousing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Linkedin TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! TAGSLimerick City and CountyNewsTransport RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow NewsTransportStudent hazardBy Staff Reporter – November 14, 2019 659 School photo created by freepik – www.freepik.comSTUDENTS are being forced to cross four lanes of a dual carriageway because bus stops have been removed.That’s according to Mayor of Clare Cathal Crowe who has asked Bus Eireann to immediately reinstate the stops between Bunratty and Cratloemoyle.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up He claimed that the bus stops which were in place for decades were removed without consultation.Stating that 13-year-olds were being forced to brave the four lanes of traffic on the N18, he added that the school service in Cratloe and Meelick has been thrown into disarray as bus drivers are within their rights not to stop to pick up passengers where there are no bus stops.“Many of the students affected are attending secondary schools in Limerick,” he said. Previous article#LiveableLimerick Christmas Dash to raise funds for charityNext articleHear Cloud 404 Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Emailcenter_img Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat Facebook Twitter Print Advertisement WhatsApp Limerick on Covid watch list Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon?last_img read more

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US bankruptcy court approves Alta Mesa Resources sale to BCE-Mach III

first_img Alta Mesa Resources is an oil and gas producer in the Anadarko Basin. (Credit: skeeze from Pixabay) The US District Court for the Southern District of Texas has given its approval for the sale of Texas-based oil and gas company Alta Mesa Resources and its subsidiaries to BCE-Mach III for $220m.Originally, in January 2020, BCE-Mach III signed a deal to acquire all the upstream assets of Alta Mesa Resources and other subsidiaries in addition to the company’s midstream subsidiary Kingfisher Midstream for a total sum of $320m.However, due to multiple factors, including the coronavirus outbreak and the reduced demand for oil made the company to settle to a lesser consideration.BCE-Mach III is the third partnership between Bayou City Energy Management, an upstream-focused energy private equity firm, and Mach Resources, an Oklahoma-based oil and natural gas producer.Alta Mesa Resources is a pure-play stack operator with a focus on the eastern portion of the Anadarko Basin. Previously known as Silver Run Acquisition II, the company was formed in 2018 by combining the core upstream assets of Alta Mesa with the gas processing assets of Kingfisher Midstream.In September 2019, the company filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code citing the challenging commodity price environment, while claiming that the capital market is highly constrained for energy companies.What BCE-Mach III gains from the acquisition of Alta Mesa ResourcesThrough the acquisition of Alta Mesa Resources, BCE-Mach III gains nearly 30 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day (Mboe/d) of production, of which 67% is liquids. The joint venture also adds around 72 million barrels of oil equivalent (MMboe) of proved reserves, over 900 operated wells, and 130,000 net acres to its upstream portfolio.Besides, the addition of Kingfisher Midstream gives BCE-Mach III a gas processing capacity of 350 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d), 729km of gas gathering pipeline, 173.8km of oil gathering pipeline, and 50 million barrels of oil storage capacity among others.At the time of signing the deal, Mach Resources CEO Tom Ward said: “This was a unique opportunity to acquire a sizeable cash-flowing asset with the supporting midstream infrastructure, through a bankruptcy process, in an area of our team’s expertise and still have an extensive inventory for future development.” Alta Mesa Resources, which is a pure-play stack operator with a focus on the eastern portion of the Anadarko Basin, filed for bankruptcy protection in September 2019 last_img read more

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Oxford Union election results released

first_imgThe Oxford Union have announced the results of Michaelmas Term elections 2016. Michael Li, who ran unopposed, will become President in Trinity Term 2017, receiving 822 votes.The incoming President-Elect told Cherwell, “I’m very much looking forward to being part of one of the strongest and most diverse committees in my time at the Union. I would like to thank everybody for their encouragement and support during this election, and in particular those who took time out to come to the Union on Friday, whoever they chose to vote for”.The position of Librarian-Elect in Hilary 2017 will be filled by Henry Kitchen, who received 759 votes. Laali Vadlamani will become Treasurer-Elect next term, elected by 827 first preferences. Both ran unopposed and will fill their respective positions in Trinity 2017.Elected into the office of Secretary for Hilary 2017 is Gui Cavalcanti, with 800 votes.The five positions in Standing Committee, which all also ran unopposed will be filled next term by Jack Symonds (252 votes), Maan Al-Yasiri (225 votes), Melissa Hinkley (222 votes), Simon Jagoe (187 votes) and Ed Evans (163 votes).The eleven members elected Secretaries Committee for Hilary 2017 are as follows:Andrew Ng (155)Stephen Horvath (116)Myah Popat (83)Sabriyah Saeed (73)Vivien Hasan (70)Jan Bialas (69)Redha Rubaie (68)Minal Haq (67)Flora Spielman (62)Kareem Belo-Osagie (61)Kir Mary West-Hunter (53)Flora Spielman, elected to Secretaries Committee told Cherwell, “my step count says I walked further on Friday than any other day for years, so at least I got some exercise in. Sorry and thank you to everyone I hacked.”Zach Klamann, Magdalen second year commented, “there was nothing democratic about this result. So many positions running unopposed is hardly an election.”last_img read more

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Arsenal in for Benfica defender

first_imgArsenal and Turkish outfit Fenerbahce are interested in Lorenzo Melgarejo, according to the Benfica defender’s agent.The 22-year-old Paraguayan is valued at £5million and could be one of Arsene Wenger’s signings in what will be a crucial summer.Chief executive Ivan Gazidis has said Arsenal have money to spend and they have been linked with Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini.Full-back Melgarejo, who featured in the Europa League final against Chelsea, is another possible target but Arsenal have not yet made any offer.“Arsenal and Fenerbahce have enquired about Melgarejo. But so far there has been nothing concrete,” agent Juan Gabriel Appleyard told Radio Monumental.last_img read more

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