ECRW candidate forum

first_img Twitter Pinterest Ector County Republican Women logo The Ector County Republican Women’s Club is hosting a candidate forum following a lunch meeting at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Odessa Country Club. The cost of lunch is $15.Guest candidates include:Stefano D. Stefano, candidate for U.S. Senate.Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick, who is seeking re-election, will be represented by father State Rep. Tom Craddick.Weston Martinez, candidate for Railroad Commissioner.Sen. Kel Seliger, who is seeking re-election for Senate District 31.Mike Cannon, candidate for Senate District 31.Victor Leal, candidate for Senate District 31. Facebook Local NewsGovernment Previous articleWhy Odessa grows eastNext articleMLK closures admin WhatsApp WhatsApp By admin – January 14, 2018 Pinterest Twitter Facebook ECRW candidate forumlast_img read more

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BVI Announces New Measures to Renew Work Permits

first_imgHowever, persons are only eligible for this conditional permit if they were residing in the BVI for at least five years and have not received a conditional permit in the last three years. CMC The measures were recently announced by Immigration Minister Vincent Wheatley. “We recognize that many already wish to leave and we will do all that we can to assist those persons in whatever way we can … I am aware that in a time like this, many persons might be disheartened and frustrated by the decision to have them return to their home country. And though we are walking by faith and not by sight, the reality shows a future filled with bleak times for the entire world. Our territory is no exception to that reality,” he further said. Speaking in the Legislature on Friday, he said that work permit holders will also need to submit certificates of earning from the Social Security Board adding that the department will not accept any applications for renewal if they are not accompanied by those documents. That permit is valid for three months. BVI work permit “The reality is [that] some will not be able to find alternative jobs. And without financial or family support, will be required to leave the territory,” Wheatley said.center_img Work permit holders who have been terminated and would like to seek alternative employment can apply for a conditional permit from the Chief Immigration Officer. He said this would assist “in a smooth re-entry when opportunity presents itself”. The policy changes have been implemented amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has caused multiple lay-offs locally. TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands – The Government of the British Virgin Islands (BVI), has announced new requirements for the renewal of work permits. The Immigration Minister advised persons to register with the Immigration Department by email and giving the particulars of their departure to allow for their exit to be ‘properly recorded’ “Effective immediately, all work permit renewals being submitted to the Department of Labour & Workforce Development are to be accompanied by the company’s good standing from the Social Security Board, Inland Revenue Department and the National Health Insurance as well as ,” Wheatley.last_img read more

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Roma ace Emerson close to £22m Chelsea switch

first_imgEmerson Chelsea close to agreeing £22m deal for Roma’s Emerson Bruno Andrade Last updated 1 year ago 22:05 1/19/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Emerson Palmieri Roma Getty Chelsea Roma Premier League Serie A The Blues have had smooth negotiations with the Italian giants and are closing in on bringing him to Stamford Bridge in January Chelsea are close to an agreement with Roma over a £22 million move for full-back Emerson Palmieri.Emerson will be offered a long term contract and Chelsea will pay £17.6m up front with a further £4.4m in performance-related add-ons. The final details of how the add-ons will work are still being negotiated, but the progress is promising and the 23-year-old’s agents have publicly stated that it would be a dream move for the player.  Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player His representatives have been in London for much of the past fortnight as they simultaneously negotiate with Arsenal for Bordeaux forward Malcolm. Meanwhile, Juventus and Newcastle United have held an interest in Emerson in the past but aren’t expected to compete with Chelsea in January. The Brazil-born Italy defender has only recently comeback from an anterior cruciate ligament injury, having featured only twice since returning.Antonio Conte has long been searching for a left-back to battle with Marcos Alonso for a starting spot, and he is now ready to sanction a loan move away for the club’s current back-up player Kenedy. Meanwhile, if the Stamford Bridge side are successful, it could put an end to their long-term pursuit of Juventus wing-back Alex Sandro. Juve are look like they will struggle to keep the player beyond the summer, but they are demanding a huge price tag and resisting any moves this month.The 26-year-old, however, is now garnering serious interest from Paris Saint-Germain, who are weighing up a move.Chelsea are also hoping to do business for a striker in January to operate as a supplementary option to Alvaro Morata. A move for Andy Carroll looks unlikely after the West Ham man sustained an ankle injury, however. Goal understands that Peter Crouch is one of many names which have been sounded out, with the Blues also linked with Roma’s Edin Dzeko.The plans to sign a new striker will allow Michy Batshuayi to move on loan, with Sevilla very interested in doing a January deal.  Additional reporting from Nizaar Kinsella, Goal’s Chelsea correspondent.last_img read more

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SCFs Tanker Carries Its First Crude Oil to Murmansk Port

first_imgzoom The 2016-built Arctic shuttle tanker Shturman Albanov, owned by Russian shipping major Sovcomflot, delivered its first shipment of crude oil produced at Gazprom Neft’s Novy Port field to the port of Murmansk on September 16.The cargo, comprising 34,000 tonnes of crude oil, was loaded at the Arctic Gate terminal, near Cape Kamenny in the Gulf of Ob, earlier last week.Shturman Albanov is the lead ship in a series of Arctic shuttle tankers ordered by Sovcomflot Group under a long-term contract with Gazprom Neft.Featuring around 42,000 dwt, a length of 249 meters and a width of 34 meters, the vessels are designed to carry crude oil from the Yamal peninsula to the port of Murmansk all year-round.The Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) assigned the vessels an ice class Arc7, while the construction of three vessels of the series was financed by Sberbank CIB under a 14-year USD 340 million credit facility agreement signed in December 2015.The Russia-flagged Shturman Albanov joined SCF’s fleet on 16 August, after which it sailed to its loading point in the Gulf of Ob.“The successful start to the operation of SCF’s Arctic shuttle tanker Shturman Albanov is really a landmark event. In fact, Sovcomflot’s new tankers will enable the year-round transportation of oil from the estuary of Ob for the first time in history,” Sergey Frank, Chairman and CEO of PAO Sovcomflot, said.last_img read more

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