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New mixer causes a stir

first_imgPantheon has developed its new heavy-duty PM20 Planetary Mixer. The body of the machine is made from solid metal and die-cast aluminium, while the 20-litre mixing bowl and beater, whisk and dough hook are all made from stainless steel. It is powered by a 1.1kW motor and features three speed settings.An enhanced version – the PM20-MC – is also available, and has an additional connection outlet for Pantheon’s MC Mincing Attachment (sold separately).The mixer’s dimensions are (w)500mm x (d)600mm x (h)780mm and it weighs 107kg. It comes with a 12-month parts and labour warranty.[http://www.pantheonce.co.uk]last_img read more

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EPL: Newcastle cut down 10-man Sheffield United

first_imgNewcastle dented Sheffield United’s bid to qualify for the Champions League as Joelinton scored his first Premier League goal since August in a 3-0 victory on Sunday.Steve Bruce’s side made the most after Blades defender John Egan’s second half dismissal at empty St James’ Park. Allan Saint-Maximin broke the deadlock moments after Egan’s second booking.Matt Ritchie doubled Newcastle’s lead.With the visitors in disarray, much-maligned Brazilian striker Joelinton ended his wretched run with his first goal in the league since he netted the winner at Tottenham on August 25.It was only Joelinton’s fourth goal of the season and will offer hope he could still live up to the fanfare that followed his £40 million ($44 million) move from Hoffenheim last year.Newcastle were playing for the first time since the March suspension of the top flight and the victory moved them 11 points clear of the relegation zone. For Sheffield United, the defeat was another blow to their European hopes after Wednesday’s 0-0 draw at Aston Villa.Chris Wilder’s team remain two points behind fifth placed Manchester United.Ritchie couldn’t find a way past Blades keeper Dean Henderson early on when his long-range shot was clawed away from the 23-year-old.Running onto Miguel Almiron’s defence-splitting pass, Joelinton was guilty of a comical miss when he scuffed his woeful shot straight at Henderson before falling flat on his face.The turning point came five minutes into the second half when the Blades were reduced to 10 men. Egan had been booked in the first half for arguing with Joelinton and the Brazilian was his tormentor again when the United defender tugged him back to earn a second yellow card.Five minutes later Newcastle took full advantage of their numerical superiority.Saint-Maximin had scored Newcastle’s winner at Southampton in their final game before the pandemic hiatus and the French winger was their hero again three months later.Ritchie’s cross should have been cleared but Enda Stevens completely missed the ball and it ran through for Saint-Maximin to fire past Henderson from close-range.RelatedPosts Arsenal reject £3m bid for Balogun Newcastle linked with Jordon Ibe Several Chelsea players test positive for COVID-19 – Media reports Billy Sharp headed just wide from George Baldock’s cross as the visitors pushed for an equaliser.But Ritchie finished them off in the 69th minute when he advanced unchecked to smash a superb strike past Henderson from 20 yards.There was even better to come for Newcastle in the 78th minute as Joelinton got on the scoresheet at last.Almiron’s cross picked out the unmarked Joelinton just yards from goal and even he didn’t miss.Tags: Chris WIlderJoelintonJohn EganNewcastleSheffield UnitedSteve Brucelast_img read more

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Mud Snails, Seahorses and Lady Crabs

first_img‘Seine the Bay Day’ Reveals What Lies BeneathStory and photos by Joe ReynoldsWhat’s swimming in Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay? It turns out quite a bit.Members of the all-volunteer Bayshore Regional Watershed Council conducted the sixth annual late spring “Seine the Bay Day” on June 4. The goal was to discover what fish, crabs and other aquatic creatures live along the edge of Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay, the southern shore of New York Harbor.Surveys were conducted at four locations: Cliffwood Beach in Aberdeen Township, Conaskonck Point in Union Beach, near the mouth of Pews Creek in Port Monmouth, and near the mouth of Many Mind Creek in Atlantic Highlands.As in years past, a 50-foot-long seine net, a horizontal nylon net with buoys on top and weights on the bottom, was dragged through shallow waters and pulled towards the shore. All aquatic creatures were identified, cataloged, and returned to the estuary.The volunteers counted well over 600 crabs in total at all sites surveyed.By seining the shore, watershed members were able to show how local waters are an important nursery. Many of the critters found included young-of-year (YOY) fish – juvenile fish that have hatched out of eggs this past spring. Schools of young herring were found in abundance at Cliffwood Beach, Port Monmouth, and Atlantic Highlands. The herring hatched out of eggs in freshwater portions of the estuary several weeks ago, and are now swimming towards saltier waters with the start of warm weather.Over 20 juvenile winter flounder, a flatfish, were also found at Atlantic Highlands. They averaged in size between two to three inches long. Their high density near the mouth of Many Mind Creek suggests the sandy shoreline is a nursery. As populations of winter flounder continue to decline in the Northeast, it’s important to detect these areas.Other signs of new life included pregnant silversides or spearing, and clusters of snail eggs at all four sites. Exposed Horseshoe crabs were also found in wet sand at Cliffwood Beach.Seahorses were among the diverse marine life discovered by volunteers dragging a net through local waters on Seine the Bay Day.The most unique discovery of the day, however, was hauling in an adult seahorse at Port Monmouth. Yes, they really do exist in Sandy Hook Bay. The Northern lined seahorse is our native species. They often can be found clinging to sea grasses, pilings, or other floating objects in shallow waters foraging for tiny shellfish. Sadly, due to the loss of many sea grass beds, seahorse populations are lower around Sandy Hook Bay than in decades past.In addition to seining, volunteers surveyed the water for salinity, turbidity, and water temperature. Salinity readings were about 23 parts per thousand and water temperature averaged in the low to mid 70s F. Turbidity tests showed the water to be quite murky, especially at Atlantic Highlands, where volunteers could not even see their toes in less than one foot of water.No doubt, seining is a great way to gain an insight into the health of the near-shore environment where many people swim and enjoy the water. It provides a snap shot at what dwells along the edge of Sandy Hook Bay and Raritan Bay.Joe Reynolds is co-chair of the Bayshore Regional Watershed Council (www.restoreraritanbay.org) and a local naturalist. See the website for a full list of fish found at each site.last_img read more

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Development of Lodging Area at Fort Monmouth Advances

first_img• A change in density not to exceed 12 units per acre, down from 13 units per acre. • Development of a 50-foot waterfront esplanade along Parker Creek with a 12-foot-wide walkway to coordinate with the adjacent Allison Hall riverfront promenade. The Allison Hall parcel will include hotel, office, and retail. The two parcels are intended to complement each other, according to FMERA documents. • All townhouses will be rear-loaded with garages and driveways in the rear yards. • Construction of roadways, alleys or drive-aisles connecting Signal Avenue to serve the townhomes. • Two buildings on the site are on the National Register of Historic Places and therefore cannot be demolished. Somerset plans to rehabilitate both to accommodate the state’s 20 percent affordable housing mandate. • A community clubhouse, pool, fitness center, athletic facilities and other recreational amenities will be permitted as accessory uses. “This redevelopment is happening whether we like it or not,” Coffey said. “We shouldn’t be afraid of that but we shouldn’t be over-burdened either. The faster the fort is developed the better it is for Oceanport. This is a clarion call to other developers.” The vote approved amendments to the redevelopment plan of what is known as the Lodging Area along Parker Creek in Oceanport, where Somerset Development LLC plans to build 144 market rate townhomes and 36 affordable housing units on 15 acres. Prior to voting in the affirmative, Oceanport Mayor Jay Coffey delivered a lengthy analysis and statement that began with him acknowledging, “This is a rather contentious item for Oceanport that will have a substantial impact.” “The fort will be different than the rest of Oceanport, just like Monmouth Racetrack is different from the rest of Oceanport,” he said, adding that fort redevelopment in the borough will have four liquor licenses, a fitness center complex and more. The property was first offered for sale by FMERA in December 2016 with bids received in March 2017. Somerset, formerly of Lakewood and now head-quartered in Holmdel, was the highest ranked proposer in compliance with FMERA’s overall reuse plan and will pay $17.5 million for the property. “This is an exciting projectfor the fort’s redevelopment infact, a once-in-a-generation typeproject,” Steadman said. “Realestate that has been off the gridfor 100 years so to speak, willcome roaring back, contributingmillions in tax dollars via a newand beautiful neighborhood forOceanport by a developer with agreat track record proposing anoutstanding housing communityalong the river.” FORT MONMOUTH – The next major residential development on Fort Monmouth, totaling up to 180 dwellings, is moving forward following a unanimous vote by members of the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) May 23. Prior to the vote, the proposed amendments were reviewed by Oceanport officials including the borough engineer and members of the environmental commission, the planning board, the police department and emergency services. Highlights of the revised redevelopment scenario include: The next step in the process is for Somerset to prepare plans for review by the Oceanport Planning Board, said Bruce Steadman, FMERA executive director. “It’s an unfair burden on Oceanport, but Oceanport lost the battle on zoning with FMERA 10 years ago,” he said. “We have a difference of opinion on whether this is good or bad for Oceanport. I have a different view of what’s going on at the fort than the majority of my council.” Coffey recently announced he is running for reelection on an independent ticket this year. In support of his vote, Coffey cited “close to $2 million” in tax revenue for the borough from all redevelopment projects within its borders. “There isn’t one instance where fort properties sold for less than the assessment,” he said. “The impact on the school system is minimal. There will be school-age kids coming in with the rental units, but we do have room to absorb children due to declining enrollment. Affordable housing is the lay of the land and we have to deal with it.” He said new residents in those units will include the families of nurses, firefighters, cops and teachers. By Laura D.C. Kolnoski The 1,126-acre fort comprises portions of Eatontown, Oceanport and Tinton Falls. A total of 720 residential units is mandated within the 420-acre Oceanport section once the redevelopment of the former U.S. Army base is completed. Coffey said Oceanport will eventually absorb about 560 more residents. Somerset, owned by Ralph Zucker, bought and refurbished the former Bell Labs in Holmdel, now known as Bell Works. The firm estimates it will create approximately 231 temporary construction jobs and one permanent full- or part-time job by the project’s completion, or pay a penalty of $1,500 for each permanent job not created, as per FMERA rules.last_img read more

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