El Gobernador Wolf modifica el decreto sobre las ejecuciones hipotecarias y las suspensiones de los desalojos

first_img May 22, 2020 El Gobernador Wolf modifica el decreto sobre las ejecuciones hipotecarias y las suspensiones de los desalojos SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Press Release El Gobernador Tom Wolf modificó su decreto que protege a los residentes de Pennsylvania de las ejecuciones hipotecarias y de los desalojos para especificar que el decreto solo se aplica a los desalojos y a las ejecuciones hipotecarias por falta de pago o porque el inquilino se ha quedado más tiempo que el establecido en el contrato de arrendamiento.“Estoy protegiendo las viviendas para los residentes de Pennsylvania que pueden estar sufriendo retos económicos debido a la pandemia de la COVID-19”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Mi decreto no afectará los procedimientos a causa de otros problemas, como daños a la propiedad o actividades ilegales. Aliento a todos los residentes de Pennsylvania a seguir cumpliendo con los términos de su contrato de arrendamiento o hipoteca”.El decreto, firmado por el Gobernador Wolf el 7 de mayo de 2020, suspende los desalojos y ejecuciones hipotecarias hasta el 10 de julio de 2020. La Corte Suprema de Pennsylvania previamente había suspendido los procedimientos de desalojo de la corte hasta el 11 de mayo de 2020, debido a la pandemia COVID-19. Durante las suspensiones, los residentes deben seguir efectuando los pagos de los alquileres o hipotecas ya que pueden verse obligados a pagar los saldos y las tasas adeudadas.View this information in English.last_img read more

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DNB warns pension funds against becoming obsolete

first_img“I strongly believe in a collective approach and in the need of participants to accrue a pension in such a way,” Landman said. ”But tying people by default is something of the past. Nowadays, they base their choices on expectations and profiles.”Landman said he expected that lowering the salary cap subject to tax-facilitated pensions accrual would trigger a discussion about what pension funds and insurers are and aren’t allowed to do.The Dutch pensions sector is expecting a new government in the country to come up with proposals to lower this cap, which currently only applies up to a salary of €103,000.He also predicted there would be a debate about the additional pensions of self-employed workers, who are currently exempt from mandatory pensions accrual.Landman said these pressures meant pension funds needed to better communicate their collective character, including through “branding”.In his opinion, pension funds as well as the social partners who run them, “must detach themselves from established interests and be willing to re-invent themselves”. Pension funds must consider what they could offer their participants in the future and how they can keep their support in order to remain relevant, according to supervisor De Nederlandsche Bank.Otherwise they may meet the same fate as phone manufacturer Nokia, which was too slow to respond to a changing environment, said John Landman, head of supervision of pension funds’ policy, during a conference organised by consultancy firm EY in Wassenaar, near The Hague.“Pension funds can’t take it for granted that people will keep on participating by default,” he said. However, he stressed that he was not advocating abolishing the current mandatory pension fund participation for employees.last_img read more

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NZ ‘not doing enough’ to stop poverty, violence

first_imgOneNews 12 February 2014The Government isn’t doing enough to combat the issues of child poverty and domestic violence the Salvation Army says, following its state of the nation report.The report showed children continue to be violently and sexually assaulted at alarming rates, with a 68% increase in reported cases in the last five years.Child poverty and abuse are two of the key problem areas identified in the report, which is designed to provide a broad snapshot of New Zealand’s social progress over the past five years.“These two areas are just sticking, they’re not changing and they really do need to change,” the Salvation Army’s Major Campbell Roberts says.Meanwhile, Family First says the report is proof the controversial anti-smacking law has failed.National director Bob McCoskrie says the law has “wasted valuable time and resource of agencies distracted from dealing with actual child abuse and dysfunctional parents”.Child abuse rates are a “national disgrace” and can no longer be tip-toed around, he says.http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/nz-not-doing-enough-stop-poverty-violence-5829778last_img read more

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Covid-19: R /Madrid open up Bernabeu as Lagos converts Onikan stadium

first_imgReal Madrid have offered the use of the Bernabeu to help the fight against coronavirus. The club, in collaboration with the High Council for Sport, have launched a project in the city to help supply and distribute medical supplies. Their vast Bernabeu ground will offer a space equipped to store donations of medical supplies which will be passed on to the Spanish health authorities. Real Madrid will also provide a facility for organisations and businesses, particularly those belonging to the sports sector, to leave money or material donations that they wish to make to the Ministry of Health. Spain is suffering terribly in the grip of the pandemic. The death toll in the country has now surpassed China and is the second highest in the world behind Italy. The pandemic which is holding the world to the jugular has seen corporate world and individuals donating money and materials all aimed at arresting the scourge.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentThe Biggest Cities In The World So Far7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much7 Thailand’s Most Exquisite Architectural WondersCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCOVID-19 Pandemic Has Significantly Improved Air QualityThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe World’s 7 Most Spectacular Railway Stations9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?center_img Suspension of leagues across the globe and the effect of the ravaging coronavirus has forced the conversion of certain sporting arena to medical and semi-medical centres. The Onikan stadium to serve as isolation centre Nigeria, one of the African countries that has been hit by the pandemic especially the city of Lagos which is not only one of the gateways of the country but also the commercial nerve Centre has been forced to convert the Onikan stadium now called Mobolaji Johnson Sports Arena into isolation Centre. About six of such Centres are being established in the Centre of Excellency which some have now dubbed ‘Centre of anxiety’ following the rising number of cases. Read AlsoOmeruo’s Leganes gift €200k to local hospital in coronavirus battle Only two cases were initially reported in the state but has since risen to 65 with indicators that the number may further increase this week when the initial 14 days gestation period would have elapsed. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Sunderland hope to seal Defoe deal

first_img The 32-year-old only left England for Toronto FC 11 months ago, but he is understood to have had a medical on Wednesday with the Black Cats. If Defoe completes the move in time he could even face his former employers Tottenham at the weekend, with Gus Poyet’s Sunderland side travelling to White Hart Lane on Saturday. Jermain Defoe says he “can’t wait” to start scoring for Sunderland as he inches closer to a Barclays Premier League return. Poyet has made no secret of his desire to add firepower to his squad – which has managed just 18 goals in 21 Barclays Premier League games so far this season – during the January transfer window, and Defoe certainly brings that. He has been prolific through his club career and has scored 19 times in 55 senior appearances for England. By contrast, Altidore has found the going tough on his return to England’s top flight, where he spent a season on loan at Hull earlier in his career. His 52 appearances to date have yielded just three goals, and only one of those has come in the league, in a 4-3 home defeat to Chelsea in December 2013. Altidore has found the back of the net only twice this season to date, for his club against MK Dons in the Capital One Cup in September last year, and for his country in a 2-2 draw with Colombia almost two months later. Should the double transfer go through, Sunderland would have to complete all the paperwork by lunchtime on Friday in order for Defoe to make his debut against Spurs. “I felt so sharp (during his run through on Wednesday). All that hard work has paid off. I can’t wait to start scoring goals for Sunderland,” Defoe told the Mirror. “Everybody knows how much I love English football and I still feel that I have a lot to offer. “People might look at my age, but I have always looked after myself and I hope I can show that with my performances.” Speculation has increased over Defoe’s future in the last week after he revealed on Twitter that he was back in Britain on January 6. The former Portsmouth forward tweeted: “Just touched down in the UK from south of France,was training with my fitness guy feeling stronger than ever! #Ready.” In the last 48 hours the noises linking Defoe with Sunderland have grown increasingly encouraging, but the deal could still be dependent on Jozy Altidore. The 25-year-old United States international had been touted to replace Defoe at Toronto in a straight swap deal, although that move would have to be approved by the MLS, which operates an allocation policy. However, it is a deal which could suit all parties with Defoe returning to the Premier League and Altidore having struggled to live up to the £6.5million fee and reputation with which he arrived from Dutch club AZ Alkmaar during the summer of 2013. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Siasia, Niger Delta to Partner on Amnesty Programme

first_imgOlawale Ajimotokan in AbujaFormer national coach, Samson Siasia, has signed a pact with the Niger Delta Affairs on Amnesty programme for youths in the area.The agreement sealed by the Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Niger Delta Affairs, Brigadier General Paul Boroh (rtd.) and Sia-One Sports Academy, run by the former U23 coach, entails using sports as a vehicle to eradicate unrest, violence and other social vices in the Niger Delta. Siasia remarked yesterday that the youths of the restive region can use sports to better their lives, earn more money and realise that there is no gain in wanton destruction of pipelines and economic sabotage which of recent are the activities that define the Niger Delta.“The talents discovered in the programme will be monitored properly and they will also participate in some overseas tournaments. Also other vocational trainings are in the programme so that the ones that cannot engage in sports will be trained in business areas that will make them useful to themselves and their families,” Siasia revealed.He also praised the government of Kano State for encouraging the youths of the nation in exhibiting their God-given football talent through the last Ramat Cup organised by the Youths Sports Federation of Nigeria (YSFON).“I want to thank the Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, for single handedly sponsoring the Ramat Cup recently. I want to urge him to continue to do more for others to emulate.“I also want to commend the YSFON President, Nasir Garwuna and the YSFON Vice President International Development, Farouk Yabo for their wonderful contributions towards the empowerment of the Nigerian youths through football,” Siasia concluded.Meanwhile, Siasia and former Cameroon coach, Winfried Shaffer are among eight gaffers listed for the vacant Rwanda senior national team job.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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Annie Bozzo flourishes at setter position with Jalissa Trotter out due to injury

first_img Published on September 20, 2017 at 12:38 am Contact David: ddschnei@syr.edu Facebook Twitter Google+ When Jalissa Trotter, Syracuse’s starting setter, suffered an injury against Kansas State on Sept. 1, the team found itself in a rut. SU had endured two straight-set losses to Colgate and Wisconsin, and a bout at Arkansas loomed. Now, SU also needed to scrape together without its assists leader.Trotter’s role was a difficult one to fill, associate head coach Erin Little said, but she thought backup Annie Bozzo was capable. Bozzo has proven Little right.Since taking over as starting setter, Bozzo has on four separate occasions bested Trotter’s season-high of 35 assists, including a personal best (48) against Dartmouth on Sept. 8. The junior has helped Syracuse (8-5) to its best stretch of games this season. The Orange has won five of its last seven. She wants to continue playing regularly as the Orange begins Atlantic Coast Conference play Wednesday against Boston College at the Women’s Building at 5:30 p.m.When Trotter returns from injury, Bozzo isn’t worried. She looks forward to competing with Trotter, because Little said Trotter’s return will make for a renewed battle for the starting spot.“You never want someone to accept the role of backup,” Little said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse ranks 238th in the country with only 10.94 assists per set, which means Bozzo’s role is especially important to lift a team craving greater assist production.As a freshman, Bozzo played in 29 matches but did not start. She recorded 68 assists, the fourth highest on the team. In her sophomore year, Bozzo recorded 174 assists, which ranked second on the team behind Trotter (691). So far in her junior year, Bozzo has a team-high 271.Andy Mendes | Digital Design Editor“Annie is a very positive vocal presence on the floor,” Little said. “Stepping into that role is natural for her.”Bozzo played two sets in the season opener against Siena, when she tallied 17 assists, a team high. Over the next few games, Trotter solidified her starting spot while Bozzo watched from the sidelines. Over Syracuse’s next four games, Trotter recorded 89 assists, 59 more than Dana Valelly, SU’s next highest contributor. Bozzo was used as a substitute in only two of those matches, registering one assist.Not until the third set of Syracuse’s match against Kansas State was Bozzo given her chance. When Trotter went down, Bozzo entered the match and posted 13 assists en route to a four-set victory. After a difficult straight-set loss to Arkansas, Bozzo and Syracuse took off.Three strong performances by Bozzo — 48, 38 and 40 assists, respectively  — led the Orange to a 3-0 record in the Dartmouth tournament. A week later, the Orange won two of three in the Hofstra tournament, with Bozzo dishing out 105 assists over the three-game span.“My teammates have done a great job taking role with a new setter,” Bozzo said. Commentslast_img read more

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Women’s hockey: Badgers head to New York to face Syracuse

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team is heading to New York this weekend to take on the Syracuse Orange.The Badgers and the Orange haven’t visited each other in almost a decade — the last time these two teams met on the ice was in 2008. During that fateful matchup, the Badgers managed to walk away with two victories, crushing the Orange 3-0 and 8-0 over two days of game play.Wisconsin women’s hockey remains undefeated after weekend series against MercyHurstThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team has been on a roll lately, and this weekend was no exception as Read…Obviously, much has changed. This time, Wisconsin has managed to garner a grand total of five WCHA post-season titles, four WCHA regular season titles and two national championships.In comparison, the Orange have been struggling a little bit to acquire the momentum needed to make it to a NCAA Frozen Four series. Although 2008 was the founding year of the Syracuse team, the Orange have struggled to accumulate a College Hockey America regular season or postseason title.The Orange have not managed to start this season off well, with their first series against Bemidji State University resulting in a tie and a loss. During the second night of their series, the Beavers managed to sweep the Orange by a grand total of 5-0, which does not bode well for this Syracuse.On the other hand, Wisconsin has been having an excellent start to their season thus far. The Badgers are currently 4-0 this season, looking at finishing out their non-conference season, at least in October, with a bang.Wisconsin has been proving themselves as a dominant team this year, and that is largely due to this year’s freshmen and sophomore class. With the upperclassmen comprising a little less than half of the team this year, it is important the underclassmen are capable of holding themselves during their first few weeks of collegiate play.Women’s hockey: After disappointing 3-0 end to season, Badgers looking to rebound in a big wayAfter a disappointing end to their 2016-17 season, the University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team is looking at an uphill Read…And that is what they have managed to do. Not only has this underclassmen group helped Wisconsin remain undefeated so far , but they also assisted UW in earning the first place national ranking this season, after the Badgers started their season out at number two.Wisconsin has also been successful thanks to their goaltender Kristen Campbell. Campbell, who transferred to UW after the University of North Dakota canceled their women’s hockey program, has already left her mark at Wisconsin.Campbell has held UW opponents back to only two goals this season, and has earned two shutouts during her time in net. She is showing signs of promise as the Badgers are looking at beginning their WCHA season later this month.The Badgers and the Orange will meet on the ice Friday at 3 p.m. CT and Saturday at 2 p.m. CT. Fans can keep up with the game via UW Athletics who will provide stats and, of course, find a recap here on the Badger Herald after the end of the second game.last_img read more

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Over confidence caused us: Coach Fabin

first_imgGhana U17 coach Paa Kwasi Fabin says complacency caused his side’s poor show at the African Junior Championship in Morocco.The Black Starlets could not qualify to the next stage of the competition after drawing 0-0 with Ivory Coast in their final Group B Match last Saturday.The team were tipped to conquer Africa after impressing during their 14-day pre-tournament training tour of Italy.Fabin, over confidence was key to his side’s failure of replicating the training tour performance at the tournament.“We were in top shape beating every team in Italy and the scouts were swamped all over our boys,” he told Joy Sports“The boys were so confident but then we were brought down in our first game and that thought us a lesson that you don’t have to be over confident going into a tournament but rather tread cautiously and then prepare psychologically and mentality to be able to play in such tournaments. “In Italy people were showering praises on our boys that they have never seen such an impressive youth team like that and I believe that got into their heads.”Ghana managed one defeat and two draws to finish third place in Group B.last_img read more

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2016 Olympic Games Qualifier: Kenpong commends Black Meteors

first_imgBusinessman and C.E.O.  of Kenpong Group of Companies, Kennedy Agyapong  has congratulated the Black Meteors for their 7 – 1 aggregate victory over Liberia last Saturday.In a message to the Black Meteors, the former Asante Kotoko Director said even though it is the first step taken towards the CAF 2015 Under -23 Championship, the Meteors had acquitted themselves brilliantly and have given Ghana hope.”In 2011 we went out in our first qualifying game and could not qualify for the London 2012 Olympics qualifiers, but you this time exorcised the ghost and displayed brilliance to trounce Liberia.” Kenpong thanked the management, coach, and technical staff as well as the playing body for the victory but urged them not to relent on their exploits.The Black Meteors face Congo later this month and will face Nigeria next if they qualify.The three top teams from the eight-nation tournament will qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.last_img read more

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