Related AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 04 DEC 2020 asset divestmentGermanyTele2 Home Tele2 offloads German unit to local management Tele2 eyes converged boost with Com Hem rebrand Previous ArticleFacebook claims cell coverage breakthroughNext ArticleSMIC hits back after US signs-off on restrictions Yanitsa joins Mobile World Live as a Reporter based in London. She has more than 5 years’ experience at various media outlets in her home country Bulgaria. She started her career as a political reporter, followed by taking editor roles… Read more Tele2 set for exec team shake-up Author Germany set to move on €1.1B coverage scheme Tele2 Group agreed a deal to sell its German division to the unit’s management for an enterprise value of up to €22.8 million, a move the Sweden-headquartered operator claimed would help it focus on core operations.In a statement, the operator said the amount of the divestment deal could be amended, depending on the financial performance of the German business until the end of 2024.Tele2’s move followed “a thorough M&A process with a large number of potential buyers”, after which the company concluded a sale of Tele2 Germany to its management team was “the most value accretive alternative”.The group also claimed the divestment was a step in its long-term strategy to consolidate its geographical footprint.Tele2 Group CEO Kjell Johnsen (pictured) noted the German management team had done “an impressive job” throughout the years, “by creating significant value despite having a portfolio of products in structural decline”.He added the team was “best suited” to manage the operation going forward, while Tele2 continues its focus on core markets and products.The deal is expected to be finalised by the end of this month.Revenue at the German unit fell 11 per cent year-on-year in Q3, though its Swedish and Baltic operations contributed to a 17 per cent hike in net profit. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Tags Yanitsa Boyadzhieva
610-379-3224 Initials, printed name and signature of staff who administered medication Dec. 1-5, 2007. Timely state police criminal history checks for two employees also violated in April 2006. The borough fire chief and Parryville Mayor Gary Parker, who also serves as the borough’s emergency management agency coordinator, ordered the evacuation, Nalesnik said. Telephone numbers displayed on or near several phones. Cleaned up trash candy wrappers, a sock and dryer sheets behind the dryer in one building. PARRYVILLE, Pa. — A Parryville assisted living center where 44 residents were evacuated Sunday with four taken to the hospital after the temperatures soared inside the buildings was operating on a provisional license because of previous violations, state documents show. According to the Web site www.paelderlaw.com, Eastern Comfort Assisted Living IV is a for-profit facility with 72 beds, including 13 private rooms, and a nursing staff on duty 24 hours a day. The facility has two buildings; each building has 36 beds. Miga owns five assisted living buildings one each in Easton, Allentown and Slatington, and the two buildings at the center in Parryville. All except the Parryville homes are in compliance, Bale said. Nalesnik said the residents were evacuated to at least seven facilities. Documentation that a direct care staff person had a high school diploma, GED or active status on the state nurse aid registry. The state is conducting an on-site investigation. “They had air conditioners in the common areas in both homes,” state Welfare Department spokeswoman Anne Bale said. “All the sleeping rooms had fans. But with [Sunday’s] high heat, they were not enough.” Proof the home’s written emergency procedures were filed with local agencies. A Dec. 5, 2007, inspection listed numerous violations, including how residents’ finances were handled, staff credentials, including criminal history checks, training and documentation, documents show. There were 51 people living at the facility at the time of the evacuation, according to the state, but Parker said only 44 were there to be evacuated. All, however, had to be relocated until the buildings reopen. Bale said that 19 were taken to personal care homes, 21 to nursing homes, four to hospitals and seven to their families. The violations included not having: The evacuation was called after two ambulance calls to the facility in which crews found residents overcome with heat exhaustion, said Carbon County Emergency Management Coordinator Mark Nalesnik. Accurate financial records for three residents. Eastern Comfort Assisted Living IV center in Parryville was cited for 30 violations in a Dec. 5, 2007, inspection by the state Department of Public Welfare. Emergency evacuation diagram posted near two sleeping rooms showing “you are here.” Air conditioning in Eastern Comfort Assisted Living IV at 2941 Cherry Hill Road was inadequate for the heat wave hitting the area, and temperatures in the facility’s two buildings hit 96 degrees Sunday, officials said. Replaced a worn carpet in Room 13 that smelled moldy and musty, a violation also noted in April and September 2006. “Depending on our investigation, that will indicate the next steps,” Bale said. An emergency drill during sleeping hours every six months. A woman who answered the telephone at the office of owner Stephen J. Miga of Bethlehem on Monday afternoon said he was not in and to call back at later. A later call was answered by a woman who said Miga was not available. Multiple small incidents may add up to dangerous conditions, she said. Source: State Public Welfare Department Provided the required 12 hours of training and detailed documentation for one employee for 2006. Bale said she did not know the condition of the residents taken to hospitals. A staff person trained in CPR and firstaid working the 3-11 p.m. shift on Nov. 29, 2007. Some were minor, including failing to have tweezers in a first aid kit. All of the violations were fixed as of Jan. 2, according to the department. CENTER VIOLATIONS The site listed the cost for Eastern Comfort’s residents at $1,050 to $1,800 a month for 2004-05, the latest figures available. “The residents won’t be allowed back until they are installed and approved,” she said. Documentation that water was tested quarterly for coliform bacteria. [email protected] Documentation that the center’s sewage system was approved by Parryville, a violation also noted in April and September 2006; The center was on the provisional license through this Sunday because of numerous violations, Bale said. The provisional status “means we have serious health and safety concerns,” she said. On Monday, nine air-conditioning units were being installed in the buildings, Bale said. All were corrected as of Jan. 2, the department said. A bedside lamp for a resident. An air-conditioning unit on the facility’s deck Monday had a note attached saying only staff was allow to control the temperature. McClain and others on the Journal Sentinel staff contributed to this report.
“I realized how valuable a campaign could be to the world, and that politicians weren’t all bad—they just didn’t know what to do. We provided momentum and direction.”Beyond studying business at college, Furlotti began captaining ships for researchers who were studying human impact on coral and water quality around the Hawaiian islands.At age 20, he was one of the youngest ever to captain a sailboat from California to Tahiti, gaining a deep respect for the natural forces that connect us to the planet. Now 37, he enjoys big wave surfing whenever he’s not launching or investing in social impact technology and environmental protection.He also has attended many green tech conferences: “I saw all these people with great ideas—so many half-baked projects, but the world needs all these ideas.”“I had seen firsthand how hard it is to get projects started, funded, and completed, and wanted to create a whole new model to help people with their ‘Projects for Good’.”It took a year to design the web platform, and today they are adding new features all the time to make it “a complete project success ecosystem”.‘Currently with Kickstarter and Gofundme, you can just give money. That’s cool, but what about if you’re really inspired and want to join the project? A lot of people don’t have any money, but they think, ‘I would really love to work for this cause.’”Patrick Furlotti, center, launched Projects for Good in 2017“Our commitment is not to make money, but to build a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about changing the world—not by featuring someone who is trying to build a robot that makes coffee and smoothies (not that there’s anything wrong with that!), but by focusing on projects that help the greater good,” Patrick told GNN.“It’s about humans working together, and educating each other on what’s possible, that’s why I love partnering with Good News Network.”PFG is trying to give project owners the tools they need—to make it cheaper to become a nonprofit, easier to find grants, and even make it free to crowdfund, so fees aren’t diverted from the money that is being donated. Patrick also believes there should be more transparency about where the money is going on these fundraising platforms.The Community Center is where jobs can be posted, milestones recorded, and new members welcomed. These are some early success stories on the PFG platform:Peter Gottesman is passionate about animal rights and has championed projects from saving cheetahs in Africa to rescuing bears in Laos through his non-profit Endangered Species Revenge. For him, Projects for Good offers exposure to caring people who want to support him. To date, he has raised over $6500 on PFG to help fund his animal causes.Andrew Malais saw how badly Joshua Tree National Park needed a trash cleanup. He used PFG partially as a fundraising tool but mainly to list jobs and hire the perfect candidate or find volunteers. His project was a success, raising over 80% of its fundraising goal to purchase the supplies he needed and hire workers to cover the vast acreage.Peter Fiekowsky raised money on Projects for Good to help develop patented technology that will capture excess CO2 in the atmosphere—and convert it into building materials. They are literally turning ‘air into concrete’. The founder of Foundation for Climate Restoration and partner in Blue Planet Ltd. praised Projects for Good for “helping the foundation raise the crucial seed funding needed to design our first Blue Planet prototype direct air capture machine.”“PFG is the first crowdfunding platform where jobs can be posted and bid on.”“It’s not always about money, it’s about love, and about passion, and being dedicated to a cause. Maybe I can volunteer; maybe you can pay me–maybe I can message that guy saving the dolphins and go there to help him save those dolphins.’’ECO NFL? All-Pro Player Pushes to Make Education Fun With ‘Green Hero’ Comic Book“It’s like when I was working at Heal the Bay, and I was facilitating the envelopes. Those mailings made things happen. That project never would have happened without the little people, and the big people all working together.”Whether you can help with social media, or donate time as a pro-bono attorney, or stuff envelopes, join Projects For Good, and get involved in the community to make real change in your world.HEAR Patrick below, in his own words…MULTIPLY the GOOD by Sharing on Social Media…AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreUnlike Kickstarter which funds creative startups, or GoFundMe which addresses personal needs, Projects for Good was designed for people who want to support the greater good, not just with money, but with their talent and energy—and don’t know where to start.Patrick Furlotti is giving them that opportunity. Growing up in Santa Monica, California, Patrick learned at an early age that society could create a better world if people just worked together.As a teen he volunteered with Heal the Bay, which was trying to clean up water pollution in 1980s Los Angeles. He folded, sealed, and mailed thousands of letters. The group scored a huge victory when a billion-dollar sewage treatment facility was erected right next to LAX airport.
Next UpHe was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Larry Lee.Willie is survived by his loving wife, Gwen Cole Lee of Groves, his daughter, Raney Beasley and her husband, Ronnie of Groves, his son, Jeffery W. Lee and his wife, Crystal of Groves, two grandchildren, Morgan Beasley and Kinsey Brunelli. Wilford “Willie” Lee, 72, of Groves passed away on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at Dubuis Hospital-Christus St. Mary in Port Arthur.He was born on October 20, 1943 to Beatrice Breaux Lee and Herman Ellis Lee in Port Arthur, Texas. Willie has been a lifelong resident of the area. He worked as a butcher and grocerier at Spiers, Wiengartens, Pressarros and last was Willie’s Discount Grocery Store. He was an avid crawfish wholesaler. Visitation for family and friends will be on Friday, October 14, 2016 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home in Groves. Service to honor Willie’s life will be at 2:00 PM Saturday, October 15, 2016 in the Thompson Memorial Chapel at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home in Groves. Burial will follow in Oak Bluff Memorial Park in Port Neches. He is also survived by his three sisters, Charlotte DeRouen and her husband, Jimmy of Groves, Martha Gathwright and her husband, Tom of Paris, Texas, Teresa Burnett and her husband, Brad of Port Neches, his sister-in-law, Peggy Lee of Port Arthur, along with numerous nieces and nephews.
THE best motorcycles in the business of Jamaican racing have been confirmed for participation in the Guyana Motor Racing’s Ignite race meet, set for November 10 and 11.Six super-stock motorcycles have been confirmed from the Reggae Isle ahead of the mega race event, billed for the South Dakota Circuit.The Jamaican charge will be led by Robert McDonald, and includes McShane Heslop, Kyle Reynolds, Mario Woon, Gregory Cross and Norman Chung.After some shipping issues, the team finally loaded last week before shipping out to Guyana.The cars will be represented by Group four competitor Peter Rae.Rae, who celebrates 50 years of racing this year, told Chronicle Sport that he is ready and raring to put on a good show.“It was not a good year here (Jamaica) and then Trinidad but I’m definitely coming to Guyana to get the Zoom Zoom back to flying ways.“We did some tuning after our local event, the car is back in action and we are going to turn a lot of heads,” the Jamaican said.The Ignite race meet of the GMR&SC will form the basis for the final leg of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championships 2018.Competitors are expected from Trinidad, Barbados, USA, Canada and Europe to compete in Groups 1-4 as well as super-stock motorcycles.Apart from those competitors, there are events for local cars like the Choke Starlet Cup, Miracle Optical Street Tuner class and the Sport Tuner event. There is also a scheduled race for 125cc lightweight motorbikes as well as a class for amateur riders called the Street Cross.Tickets for the packed 27-race programme are on sale at the cost of $2 500; children $1 000, at B.M. Soat Auto Sales, Croal Street office.Next Saturday (10th) there will be the time trials beginning at 10:00hrs in all the classes followed by official races from 13:20hrs in the Street Cross Motorcycle, 125cc Motorcycle, Street Tuner, Choke Starlet Cup and Sports Tuner which will be 10 laps each.The feature race will see 20 gruelling laps in the first anticipated clash in the SR3 Radicals Cup.