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About 14,000 Specialized 2009 model bicycles, made in China and imported by Specialized Bicycle Components Inc., of Morgan Hill, Calif., because the handlebars can break, posing a fall hazard to the rider. The company has received two reports of the handlebar breaking during use. This includes one instance of a rider suffering head trauma which resulted in unconsciousness and a puncture wound to the arm. This recall involves HL handlebars on these 2009 Specialized bicycles: Cross Trail Comp, Myka HT Comp, Myka HT Elite, Rockhopper, Rockhopper Comp and Rockhopper Comp 29. The model number of the HL handlebar is ALR-13 NTFOV. The recalled products were sold at authorized dealers nationwide from June 2008 through February this year. Details: by phone at 877-808-8154; by Web atÃ‚Â http://www.specialized.comÃ‚Â orhttp://www.cpsc.gov.Ã‚Â Download this Recall Notice as a PDF.Ã‚Â ___About 3,000 Roubaix Comp and Roubaix Pro 2004 bicycles, made in Taiwan and imported by Specialized Bicycle Components Inc., of Morgan Hill, Calif., because the cable stop on the bicycle can loosen, which can cause the rider to lose control and fall from the bike. The company received reports of two falls that resulted in fractures requiring medical attention and surgery.The recalled bicycles include: 2004 Roubaix Comp 18; 2004 Roubaix Comp 27; 2004 Roubaix Pro 18; and 2004 Roubaix Pro frameset models. Only bicycles with a single rivet fastening the cable stop to the frame are subject to recall. The recalled products were sold at Specialized authorized dealers nationwide from September 2003 through August 2004. Details: by Web athttp://www.cpsc.gov.
RE/MAX Winning Advantage in Rutland is pleased to announce that they have recently acquired Century 21 Premiere Properties, also in Rutland. The franchise name will change to RE/MAX Premiere Properties and will open its doors at 210 South Main Street. With the acquisition of the new office, RE/MAX Premiere Properties will now have the number one market share by volume and units in Rutland County.‘This’ is an incredibly exciting time for everyone on the team,’ said RE/MAX Premiere Properties Broker/Owner Ed Patch.’ ‘Our goal is to continue to strengthen our team, expand our footprint and attract productive Agents.’RE/MAX’ Premiere Properties will continue to run as’ a full-service real estate company offering residential real estate sales.’ They will continue to provide their customers with the most experienced, professional Agents available prepared to help with the buying and selling process of homes, condos, commercial properties, and land in Vermont.‘We congratulate’ RE/MAX Premiere Properties on the recent acquisition of a former Century 21 office,’’ said’ Dan Breault, Executive Vice President and Regional Director of RE/MAX of New England.’ ‘It is a true testament to their plans for continued growth in the market and we look forward to watching their progress.’Rutland,’ VT’ ‘’ January 20, 2014’ ‘’ RE/MAX’ Winning Advantage *Market share data provided by Broker Metrics.’
November 15, 2006 Regular News Booth petitions for Bar reinstatement Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10 Raymond I. Booth III of Jacksonville has petitioned the Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.Any persons having knowledge bearing upon Booth’s fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law should contact John F. Barr III, staff investigator for The Florida Bar, at (850) 561-5639. Booth petitions for Bar reinstatement
Dec 08, 2020 By Jim Ash Senior Editor Top Stories FLMIC gifts another $100,000 to support the Bar’s professionalism efforts Ray FerreroThe Florida Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company, in conjunction with The Florida Bar, is donating $100,000 to an endowment that supports professionalism in the legal profession.“The fund will support the delivery of programs to promote professionalism, civility, ethical conduct, and legal practice competency among our members,” former Bar President Gregory Coleman said in a FLMIC statement. “Professionalism is the cornerstone of every lawyer’s practice.”FLMIC Chair and former Bar President Ray Ferrero, Jr., announced the endowment at a December 4 meeting of the Board of Governors.Ferrero described the creation of FLMIC in 1989, when Bar leaders were trying to find a solution to a shrinking number of liability insurance providers and skyrocketing premiums.“Many firms, including my own, were temporarily without coverage and that’s not a good feeling,” Ferrero said.Thousands of Florida lawyers helped raise $2.5 million, Ferrero said. The fund was augmented by a $500,000 contribution by the Bar, and FLMIC was born with two employees working out of the basement of the Bar’s Tallahassee headquarters, Ferrero said.“Obviously, Florida recognized the need and responded,” Ferrero said. “It really was a statewide effort by so many people.”Today, FLMIC provides “a continuing and professional source of professional liability insurance based on a reasonable liability standard and reasonable premiums,” Ferrero said.The company now has 13 employees stationed at its headquarters in Oviedo, and boasts more than $115 million in assets and a “surplus north of $73 million,” Ferrero said. Wall Street rating services give FLMIC an “A” rating, Ferrero said.President Dori Foster-Morales thanked Ferrero for his presentation and for the FLMIC donation.
Donnelly makes Division I debut in ChampionshipsThe senior is a four-time Division III national Champion. Kelsey ChristensenSenior Sean Donnelly is competing in the 2016 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship for hammer throw. Donnelly tossed the hammer 74.35 meters at the Baldy Castillo Invitational this season, which is reported as the ninth farthest throw in the world. Jack WhiteJune 8, 2016Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintMany track and field athletes who make their NCAA Championships debut would not have postseason experience at the college level. Senior Sean Donnelly is a rare exception. Donnelly, a four-time Division III national champion at the University of Mount Union, transferred to Minnesota for his final year of collegiate eligibility. This week he will make his first appearance in the Division I NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore. “We’re super hopeful with him,” head coach Steve Plasencia said. “He’s definitely had a great year and he was a great addition as a one-year, fifth-year guy to come to the program. It’s been nothing but a bonus there.”Donnelly dominated at the Division III level. He is an eight-time All-American and finished in first place in the Division III NCAA Championships in the shot put, weight throw and hammer throw in his final year with Mount Union.The senior has continued to impress in his first year at the Division I level. Donnelly set three meet records this season — one in the weight throw and two in the hammer throw. Donnelly also broke the Gophers’ previous record in the hammer throw of 68.94 meters at the Baldy Castillo Invitational with a 74.35-meter mark. It is the ninth-best throw in the world this year and the best in NCAA competition thus far. Donnelly is attempting to join a class of prominent Minnesota throwers with his performance at the NCAA Championships. The Gophers have had five All-American throwers in the last five seasons with seven total honors.“It’s a little bit different,” Plasencia said. “One of the differences is he’s essentially had one season to throw for Minnesota. He’s been the most confident of any of the guys we’ve had in terms of his performances. … In terms of gifts and abilities, he’s probably one of the most talented guys we’ve had.”The hammer throw takes place on the first day of the meet, and Donnelly is the only Minnesota thrower competing. If Donnelly finishes in the top eight, his hopes of becoming a Division I First Team All-American will be realized.“I’m driving around town and I’m thinking, ‘I’ve been dreaming of playing in this meet for four years now,’ and I finally have the opportunity,” Donnelly said. “It means a lot to me, and I’m excited to go out and compete against the best hand throwers in the nation and see how I do.”Donnelly heads back to Eugene, Ore., later this summer in an attempt to qualify for the U.S. Olympic team for the first time in his career. “Of course you think about the opportunities in front of him, which are to place very high at the NCAA meet and may even contend to win,” throwing coach Lynden Reder said. “He’s ranked third in the U.S., and they take the top three to the Olympic games. … Day in and day out we’re just checking the boxes of what needs to be done in terms of the process, and the rest just takes care of itself.”
Adelante Healthcare, a provider of sustainable healthcare for patients throughout the Valley, officially opened its seventh location, at 1705 W. Main St. in Mesa.The grand opening celebration included official ribbon-cutting, tours of the state-of-the-art facility, music and refreshments and beverages.“We are ecstatic to announce the opening of our brand new health center in Mesa,” said Avein Saaty-Tafoya, chief executive officer of Adelante Healthcare. “This facility will not only provide high quality primary and preventive health services to individuals throughout the East Valley, it will also be a community meeting resource, provide nutritionists, a pharmacy, and lab all within a peaceful, welcoming environment, open to all.”Adelante Healthcare Mesa will provide family medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, internal medicine, and dental care. It will also have a healthy café in its lobby offering a full coffee bar and grab-and-go items for breakfast and lunch. The new location will replace the current health center practice now operating at 2204 S. Dobson Rd., Suite 101.“Our new site is slated for LEED Platinum interiors certification, the first community health center in the nation to achieve this designation. It’s also the first comprehensive health center on the Metro Light Rail,” Saaty-Tafoya said.“We have incorporated design researched to create a healing environment. This is a truly specially built environment of care that will transform how patients access services and will improve patients’ experience.”The new facility uses earth-friendly design elements such as low-VOC paint, recycled materials, energy-saving technologies, responsible waste disposal, green-living outreach and education. Patients will also find light-filled spaces in vibrant colors, smaller living room-style waiting areas, healing art, positive distractions, and interactive activities throughout the center.The lease for Adelante Healthcare Mesa was negotiated by Aaron Kuhl of Medical Office Brokers. LGE Design Build was the general contractor.
CNN: Humans can see 3-D images with only one eye, according to new research, suggesting a future in which the technology could become cheaper and more accessible.Simply looking through a small hole is enough to experience 3-D, says Dhanraj Vishwanath, a psychologist at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. His research was published in the journal Psychological Science.The 3-D technology that’s currently used in movies and other media relies on two visual images, one from each eye, combining in the viewer’s brain to produce 3-D’s extra layer of depth.But Vishwanath’s research suggests that both eyes aren’t needed.“We have demonstrated experimentally, for the first time, that the same ‘special way’ in which depth is experienced in 3D movies can also be experienced by looking at a normal picture with one eye viewing through a small aperture (circular hole).Read the whole story: CNN
Ukrainian investors have bought a building on one London’s most exclusive shopping streets, Old Bond Street, in the heart of London’s Mayfair, at a net initial yield of less than 4%.A private Ukrainian company has bought 1 Old Bond Street, which has two shops let to Watches of Switzerland and Ralph Lauren, for around £14m.The company is understood to have exchanged contracts with Scottish Widows Investment Partnership for the building last week, paying cash. The price is believed to reflect a net initial yield of 3.8%, based on rent of more than £520,000 a year.Watches of Switzerland pays a zone A rent of £400 in one of the units and £425 in the other. The cheaper unit has an outstanding rent review and the price factors in an expected increase in rent.Old Bond Street is the most expensive location in London to rent a shop – Colliers CRE’s central London retail market overview for autumn 2008 found zone A rents on the street are £725.It is also understood that designer Dolce & Gabana is close to securing a store at a rent equivalent to almost £800 zone A, reflecting the strong tenant demand for the street. It is thought CB Richard Ellis is advising.The investment deal shows that, despite the global economic turmoil, there is still demand from cash-rich foreign investors for UK property in prime locations.Overseas investors spent around £6bn in UK property for the first nine months of the year, research from Jones Lang LaSalle shows.The figure accounts for 54% of commercial property investment in the country. UK private investors (£1.2bn) and unlisted UK property companies (£4bn) make up the rest.German investors have bought the most in the UK this year – around £1.6bn – and the Middle East is responsible for £1.4bn. Other big spenders come from the US (£921m) and Ireland (£701m).The building at 1 Old Bond Street also has two floors of offices let to Ralph Lauren and a top-floor flat. Lewis Ellis acted for the vendor.Among other recent Mayfair sales at sub-4% yields was Hermes’ 7 Clifford Street, sold to a Russian investor for £70m. Jones Lang Lasalle acted for Hermes.
Vehicle data expert Noregon announced today that John Harrison has joined the company as vice president of sales. Harrison will report directly to Noregon’s Founder and CEO, Bill Hathaway.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementHarrison brings more than 20 years of sales experience to Noregon, including sales strategy and process development, formal sales training, coaching and on-boarding, forecast management and more. In his new role, he will oversee all of Noregon’s sales channels, including national accounts, distribution and custom solutions.“We are excited to welcome John Harrison to the Noregon team,” said Hathaway. “His proven leadership and strategic sales experience will help this organization continue to grow and succeed.”Prior to joining Noregon, Harrison was vice president of sales, POS and barcode for ScanSource. He also is the co-founder and acting event director for Sugar Creek Fun Runs, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.Harrison earned a Bachelor of Science degree in health and exercise science from The Citadel and is currently enrolled in Clemson University’s Master of Business Administration Entrepreneurship/Innovation program.