To begin, after the site has been chosen several lengthy steps must follow, the site location meets all regulatory, environmental, historical and municipal zoning requirement approvals. Additionally, the property on which the tower will be constructed must be free and clear of all encumbrances and mortgages usually 100’ x 100’ square foot area of property. When all those steps are successfully completed and approved the construction can now move forward with a notice to proceed. There will be a site visit organized for the bidding process inviting pre-approved contractors, civil engineers,
Housing Update: client NY NY I, II was approved. Client is waiting for DHS manifest to tour apartment. Another alternative housing is MRT once client SSI is approved. Client also mentioned she signed up with Brightpoint Health Home Health Services since 5/9/2015, Client report she will like to sign up with CAMBA/Home Health and she provided BrightPoint Home Health approval letter for CM to submit to CAMBA/Home Health Coordinator. Client is waiting for her coordinator at Brightpoint to return from vacation to close her case, so that she can sign up with CAMBA/Home Health
Our Events Committee – led by Jane Van Dyk – has set a fantastic 1-1/2 day schedule for us with informative general sessions and specialized workshops. If you are an NFH tract leader, and get here early enough on Friday, please join me in a meeting at 10:00 AM where we will discuss cabin tract leadership and issues that we all face. And don’t miss the NFH Annual Members’ Business Meeting which follows at 1:00 PM. to hear the results of our 2016 election. There will also be reports on the current state of our organization and details about activities performed on behalf of our members and all permit holders. A General Session and three informative workshops follow later on Friday afternoon.
This week was full of topics that I had not studied before. I enjoyed learning about the Mexican American War. This is a topic I am very unfamiliar with. As a resident of Texas, I was surprised how much I did not know. I had always assumed that Mexico had a weak army so learning that they had a bigger and more powerful army was interesting. I was also unfamiliar with all the figures that played a role in the Mexican American war. I wonder if we could have a president who now who is able to keep his campaign promises now the way James K. Polk did. It was encouraging to me to see that the American soldiers acted appropriately and treated the Spanish priests that they encountered with respect and behaved well. It was fascinating to see Robert
CM also addressed issues and concern residents “P-1” made. CM mentioned to the client resident in P-1 complained about being harassed and each time she goes to the bathroom it become a problem to the client. Client mentioned she doesn’t have any problem in P-1 getting up early at 4am to use the bathroom. The problem she is having with P-1 it’s the slamming of the locker door early in the morning. CM mentioned to the client when incident like that occurred and they are frequently to fill out a Resident Complain or bring it to security
P- CM will continue to provide emotional support to client and monitor him for any increase in depression or anxiety. CM will address the sleep apnea machine dilemma to his supervisors, and look into getting dental assistance through the VA for the client. Client has agreed to continue participating in art group and Monday Night Football to help him cope with depression and anxiety. Client also agreed to return to the Bob Hop Patriotic Hall to start his application for getting “Veteran” status on his driver’s license, within the following week. Client has agreed to return LA Family Housing to schedule his CES assessment
Once CM received the updated psychiatric evaluation CM will submit 2010e application. Client also has an active LINC IV (plus) voucher with expiration 3/23/2016. Client submitted copy of housing log. Client is MRT acceptance its pending.
Unit TH7- Construction Design Group International submitted an Architectural Modification on June 16, 2015 with the following scope of work: Switching locations of adjacent window and door at the unit’s top level; Installation of an attached retractable awning at the roof level; Installation an attached retractable awning at the roof level; Demolition and replacement of roof level decking and waterproofing; After review A.S.A our engineering firm has suggest the package is requires board approval quoting our condo docs and issues with non-conformity of material. After review from the Board of Directors the package has been DIAPPROVED.
The mountain continues to build its robust snowmaking network. This season they decided to add a new TF-10 fan gun, which can convert 200 gallons of water into snow. Not only are they are showing its visitors how powerful they can make the snow, they are also showing them how they can keep the mountain well-groomed for when you visit the mountain.
On 7/9/2015, P4P meeting was scheduled due to DHS manifest received on 7/8/2015, stating, that on Tuesday 7/7/2015, @ 12pm client application for Bergen Street was rejected: applicant presents lack of insight to her mental illness, expresses refusal to take prescribed psychotropic medications, despite exploration around this. Applicant expressed not preferring BSR, but that stated that she “has no choice.” She presents combative regarding placement and the SRO setting overall. Applicant
This appraiser reached the owner on 3/11/2016 and inspected the subject property on 3/18/2016. Based on the result of the inspection, the reviewing appraiser made the following changes to the property characteristics of the subject:
Mission Control was unaware of this testing that occurred at the site. Mission Control had explained to S/O Visel that we don't have any personnel present during after hours and the site is being monitored remotely by Mission Control. Mission Control would like to know if this is a scheduled testing that will be conducted by University of Illinois randomly.
I will like to express my general satisfaction in the position I currently hold in Kokroo Medical Associates, But I would like to draw your attention to one particular matter that is a bit unsettling for me.
8A will fully occupy Building 1216 in USAG-H to meet TS/SCI requirements. 8A requires a minimum of 6x TS-level systems work station to remain fully operational which this facility provides. However, due to space limitations, 2ID will set up a T-SCIF tent. This option is most advantageous as it meets the proposed Concept of Operation timeline for both echelons and both will be able to perform required tasks. In addition, 2ID will have the requested 14 work stations for the workload. As a result, however, 2ID operational level will be effectively reduced due to network connectivity issues and the required manning. These issues will require a 24 hour schedule to compensate for the limited bandwidth and for site security.