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9, 2012 the company reported that the restructuring plan announced in May was moving ahead and that they expected to generate savings of $31 million a year. As far as a takeover of the company I suppose anything is possible but there is nothing in the stream suggesting that JAG is currently a target. Managing the anticipation of a takeover is more of a gamble given that it is an all or nothing call..
“When we were young you could swim in the creek. My sisters could collect watercress now you can only collect trolleys.”Tyres, black rubbish bags and a bus stop sign have been thrown in the creek, and newspapers and plastic and glass bottles are strewn through the mangroves.The litter has helped earn the creek the distinction of being “one of the most polluted waterways in the Auckland region”, says a Manukau City Council report.The problem is not new. In 1999 the council spent $250,000 investigating what was needed to clean up the creek.
Our police and sheriff departments have been militarized under Homeland Security. Our police and sheriff department vehicles no longer have the words “To protect and Serve” emblazoned on the sides. This, thanks to a SCOTUS ruling that said law enforcement was under no obligation to protect us unless they arrest us, and then only in a limited fashion .
Official said. The New York Times reported that President Donald Trump had approved the strikes, but then called them off. The newspaper cited anonymous senior administration officials. BOISE (Idaho Statesman) Boise police are investigating the death of a disabled Boise man who suffered severe burns after being put in a bathtub of hot water, dying of his injuries 11 days later. Had once been able to walk and care for himself, but he lost that ability due to a neurological disease.What Happened to ?The Boise Police Department confirmed that Reed was hospitalized May 16 after being put in hot water and was transported to a burn unit at hospital in Salt Lake City, where he died May 27.”I kept him alive for a week and had him brought out of a coma (to tell him that) he’s too broken, and they can’t fix him,” Ribich said.”The victim is a vulnerable adult with physical impairments,” BPD spokeswoman Haley Williams said, adding that Boise police “have been investigating since the victim was taken to the hospital.”No charges were filed as of Monday, Williams said. She did not name the victim, but Ribich confirmed it was Reed.The men had been friends for 21 years and shared a house the past seven, Ribich said.But recently, Ribich took a job outside the home, so Boise based agency A Caring Hand was hired to take care of Reed.Reed couldn’t walk or take care of himself due to Huntington’s disease, Ribich said.