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Residents gear up for game day traffic

first_imgTwitter Linkedin Taylor Suttonhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/taylor-sutton/ Maimed raccoons lead to hunt for illegal traps Taylor Sutton Previous articleThe Skiff: September 1, 2016Next articleSMS Message TCU vs. SDSU #1 Taylor Sutton RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR + posts Twitter Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature ReddItcenter_img Taylor Sutton is a junior International Relations major from San Antonio, Texas. His passions include hiking, camping, and cheering on the Dallas Cowboys. Taylor aspires to work in the U.S. Department of State and hopes to become an Ambassador one day. ReddIt Facebook printIt’s that time of year again.As the Horned Frogs prepare to start their upcoming football season, residents near Amon G. Carter stadium prepare for hectic Saturdays filled with traffic and parking nightmares.Thousands of people crowd the streets near the stadium prior to TCU games, and it often causes significant problems for those living in the neighborhood.Fort Worth resident Carrie McPadden, who has lived directly behind the stadium on Colonial Parkway for six years, said that game day is a hectic time on her street.“I’ve lived here for a while. Our street has always been really busy on game days since we’re so close to the stadium,” McPadden said.McPadden said she’s had her fair share of game day issues.“I did have someone park in my driveway one time. I didn’t even know them!”The Fort Worth Police Department is tasked with handling these traffic issues and has specific units to deal with them.“On game day I do hear quite a few complaints,” Fort Worth police Sgt. J.R. Mendoza said. “I think most of those are from the residential streets.”Mendoza is supervisor of the South Traffic Response and Parking Strike Team. He said the largest traffic problems come from pedestrians, not vehicles.If you encounter an illegally parked car or traffic violation, call the non-emergency number for the Fort Worth Police Department at 817-335-4222. Facebook Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store Linkedin Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturdaylast_img read more

Green Light on South End Beachfill Project Just Two Weeks Away

first_imgArmy Corps of Engineers beach replenishment project for Ocean City, NJ, Strathmere and Sea Isle City.The Army Corps of Engineers on Monday officially awarded a $57.6 million contract to the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company of Oak Brook, Ill., to rebuild eroded beaches at the south end of Ocean City and in Strathmere and Sea Isle City.“In about two weeks, after receiving and reviewing performance bonds, we will issue a notice to proceed, after which Great Lakes is free to begin work any time,” Army Corps spokesman Richard Pearsall said.He said the Army Corps does not yet know exactly when work will start. The contractor has about 480 days to complete the project from the date of the notice to proceed. Pearsall said the Corps also does not know yet in which town work will start. Details are expected to emerge in the coming weeks.Great Lakes, the same company that completed the beach replenishment project at Ocean City’s north end in spring 2013, was the low bidder on the project (among bids opened last month). Great Lakes was founded more than a century ago on the shores of Lake Michigan. Today, the company works on dredging projects throughout the world.Read the Army Corps of Engineers fact sheet on the project.After years of lobbying to rebuild eroding beaches, south end property owners in Ocean City will see 50 years of continuing replenishment projects.The project will pump new sand onto beaches between 34th and 59th streets in Ocean City.The federal government will pay 100 percent of the initial project cost to restore beaches at the south end of Ocean City and in Strathmere and Sea Isle City.The south end of Ocean City will then be part of a continuing  three-year renourishment cycle that will continue for 50 years (contingent on the availability of federal funds). The federal government estimates it will spend $309.4 million on the project area over the life of the agreement.The work will end a long waiting game for property owners in southern Ocean City, where the ocean met the bay during Superstorm Sandy in October 2012 and flattened protective dunes. But even before Sandy hit in 2012, beaches on that part of the island disappeared during some high tides.The cost share for the renourishment projects in the future will be 50 percent federal government and 50 percent state government (with Ocean City responsible for 25 percent of the state’s cost).Read more: 50 Years of Sand on the Way to Ocean City’s South End__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter and breaking news alerts“Like” us on Facebooklast_img read more

Press release: Amber Rudd: Harlow Jobcentre Plus is backing the jobseeker

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The Latest: NHL says 26 players have reported positive tests

first_img June 29, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The National Hockey League says a total of 26 players have reported testing positive for the new coronavirus since voluntary workouts began June 8. Associated Press The Latest: NHL says 26 players have reported positive tests Monday’s update includes four additional cases among those tested at team facilities, to go along with the 11 announced June 19. The league says it’s aware of 11 other players testing positive outside the voluntary workout protocol.The NHL said more than 250 players who worked out at team facilities were administered more than 1,450 COVID-19 tests.The league and players are in the final stages of agreeing to resume the season. Training camps can open as early as July 10 if an agreement on testing, health and safety protocols and “hub” cities to host the games can be reached.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more