Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Print This Post Home / Daily Dose / Wells Fargo Faces New Challenges From Regulators Wells Fargo Faces New Challenges From Regulators Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Federal Reserve Living Wills 2016-12-13 Kendall Baer The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Tagged with: Federal Reserve Living Wills The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Previous: National Solutions on a State Level Next: Leadership Group Formed to Address Veterans’ Housing Concerns Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News Share Save The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago The verdict is in. On Tuesday, The FDIC and the Federal Reserve Board announced their determination for the revised “living wills” of five financial institutions. Unfortunately for Wells Fargo their plan was rejected for the second time. The agencies stated that because of this shortcoming, Wells Fargo will be subject to restrictions on certain activities until the deficiencies are remedied.In April of this year, the agencies jointly determined that each of the 2015 resolution plans, or “living wills,” of Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon, JPMorgan Chase, State Street, and Wells Fargo were not credible or would not facilitate an orderly resolution under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. As such, the agencies issued joint letters to these firms detailing the deficiencies in their plans and the actions the firms must take to address them, basically saying the banks were required to prove to the government they are not “too big to fail.”In Wells Fargo’s plan, the institution stated that it believed the three deficiencies were remediated as required by the 2015 Plan Feedback Letter. Wells Fargo also wrote that it continues to invest in and support projects to improve its resolvability and will continue to incorporate resolvability considerations into its decision-making processes.Specifically, the agencies determined that Wells Fargo fell short in the categories of “legal entity rationalization” and “shared services” but did adequately remedy its deficiency in the “governance” category.“Wells Fargo is committed to strengthening and enhancing its resolution planning processes, and we will continue to work closely with the agencies to better understand their concerns so that we can bring our resolution planning processes in line with their expectations,” said Wells Fargo in a statement. “While we are disappointed with the determination issued by the agencies, we continue to be dedicated to sound resolution planning and preparedness. We believe we will be able to address the concerns raised today in the March 2017 revised submission.”The Federal Reserve Board has released subsequent feedback letters issued to the firms, which describes the steps the firms have taken to address the deficiencies outlined in the April 2016 letters.To view the full report and feedback letters, click HERE. Related Articles Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Kendall Baer is a Baylor University graduate with a degree in news editorial journalism and a minor in marketing. She is fluent in both English and Italian, and studied abroad in Florence, Italy. Apart from her work as a journalist, she has also managed professional associations such as Association of Corporate Counsel, Commercial Real Estate Women, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and Project Management Institute for Association Management Consultants in Houston, Texas. Born and raised in Texas, Baer now works as the online editor for DS News. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago December 13, 2016 1,111 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago About Author: Kendall Baer Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Subscribe
A new movement to secure and protect scientific information some fear will be lost throughout the Trump Administration is gaining traction across the United States.Guerrilla archiving, the effort to copy government website data onto independent servers, hopes to safeguard irreplaceable scientific information from political interference.Some environmentalists think the notoriously climate-hostile Trump Administration will intentionally delete public data on climate change, pollution, renewable energy, and more. Yet most do not see the malicious deleting of data as a threat due to the high risk of political backlash.Instead, environmentalists are scared that valuable information will be lost through the chaos of transition, downsizing of the Environmental Protection Agency, and environmental deregulation. Eric Holthaus, a meteorologist and journalist who helped launch the guerrilla archiving movement explains, “the biggest concern is that, either through budget cuts or neglect or tough changing priorities, some data is lost or at least access to it is lost.”Surprisingly enough, there is no federal system in place to protect and archive government website material. Indeed in 2008, the National Archives and Records Administration controversially decided to not record snapshots of government webpages.In December, the University of Toronto formally kicked off the movement with a conference entitled “Guerrilla Archiving: Saving Environmental Data from the Trump Administration.” The event was co-hosted by Internet Archive, a San Francisco based nonprofit that aims to archive United States Government websites that are at risk during political transitions.The event brought together a wide range of participants: scientists, coders, librarians, archivers, and many other tech savvy types. Decentralized in nature, the conference allowed different groups to focus on varying infrastructure priorities or policy areas.Librarians made sure data was correctly archived so it could still be used in professional research. Coders worked to streamline the data harvesting process. Scientists pinpointed certain research areas and datasets that could be at risk. Everyone had a place at the table.Since the Toronto event, similar action days have sprung up across the country, primarily in cities with burgeoning tech industries. In March, there will be guerrilla archiving events in New Haven, Ct., Madison, Wi., and Houston, Tx.Guerrilla archiving workflow has also been formalized for the masses through a custom built “Archivers” app. The mobile app allows individuals to check what government websites are yet to be archived and to then feed pages into Internet Archive’s End of Term database. If the specific page is too complex to download, the page can be flagged for further technical attention.Through action events and the Archive app, guerrilla archiving aims to empower citizens to secure and protect federal digital records–records that are not only important to our Earth, but our collective history.
Jul 2, 2004 (CIDRAP News) Arizona continues to bear most of the current burden of West Nile virus (WNV) infections, with 38 of the 57 human cases reported nationwide, according to figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). One of the Arizona cases was fatal. Cases in other states included 10 in California, 3 in New Mexico, 2 in Florida, and 1 each in Michigan, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming, the CDC reports in today’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. The numbers were cases reported to the CDC as of Jun 29. See also: The case numbers reported by the CDC are lower in some cases than the numbers reported by states on their health department Web sites. For example, the Arizona Department of Health Services today reports 57 human WNV cases, rather than 38. Colorado, which is not mentioned in the MMWR report, is reporting seven cases. CDC. West Nile virus activityUnited States, June 23-29, 2004. MMWR 2004;53(25):563 [Full text] The CDC classified 35 of the 57 cases as neuroinvasive disease, meaning severe infections involving meningitis or encephalitis, according to the agency’s WNV Web site. Nineteen cases were listed as West Nile fever, and three cases were unclassified. The total of 57 cases reported by the CDC this week is an increase of 25 since last week. The number of blood donors with evidence of WNV in their blood remained at 13, the same as last week. Twelve of the donors were in Arizona and one was in New Mexico. The CDC says 23 states have reported a total of 760 dead crows and 85 other dead birds with WNV infection, and 11 states have reported 42 WNV infections in horses. CDC West Nile case counthttp://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/westnile/surv&controlCaseCount04_detailed.htm CDC spokesman Llelwyn Grant said there can be a lag between when the states report cases and when the CDC compiles and publishes the numbers. The states report cases through the ArboNet electronic surveillance system. “It’s not atypical for the states to be a little ahead of this system,” Grant told CIDRAP News. “They often will announce cases ahead of CDC and then we’ll eventually reflect them in the ArboNet case count system.” Grant said the CDC is updating its WNV case count once a week in this early stage of the WNV season. Later in the season the agency typically updates the numbers more often, so the numbers will probably track more closely what the states announce, he said. CDC West Nile main pagehttp://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/westnile/index.htm
Moments after Delph had been replaced by Jesus Navas, Real added insult to injury as an incisive move resulted in Karim Benzema volleying the opening goal past City goalkeeper Joe Hart. Cristiano Ronaldo added the second shortly after before Pepe made it three from a header. Yaya Toure pulled one back for City in first-half stoppage time from the penalty spot but Real winger Denis Cheryshev added Real’s fourth with 15 minutes to go and Manuel Pellegrini’s side never looked like launching a comeback. After an evenly-matched start, City were dealt a double blow after Delph went down following a challenge with Modric and Gareth Bale then set up Benzema from the right wing, the French striker firing past Hart from the middle of the box in the 21st minute. Ronaldo quickly doubled Real’s advantage when Toni Kroos launched a perfectly-weighted ball to his feet before the Portuguese wriggled clear of Aleksandar Kolarov to chip into the net. Hart parried the ball but it went backwards and over the line, with his scrambled efforts to scoop it clear in vain. The Spanish giants moved 3-0 up just before the break from the set-piece when Isco sent in a corner and found Pepe, who climbed the highest in the box from 10 yards out to power a header past the motionless Hart. Toure pulled one back for City in first-half stoppage time from the penalty spot after Sergio Ramos handled the ball following a flick-on from Raheem Sterling. After the break, Real went close twice in quick succession around the hour mark when Ronaldo almost played in Isco with a one-two before the Portuguese playmaker burst into the box and fancy footwork almost undid the City defence with a shot that crept wide. Real did add a fourth in the 73rd minute through Cheryshev, who bundled in the ball as it fell at his feet from close range following a surge into the box by Isco, with City unable to gain further traction. Fabian Delph’s Manchester City debut ended with a suspected hamstring injury as Real Madrid claimed a 4-1 victory in the International Champions Cup game in Melbourne. Press Association The 25-year-old midfielder, who signed from Aston Villa after making a U-turn over his switch to City last week, lasted less than 20 minutes after a tussle with Luka Modric resulted in him being carried from the pitch on a stretcher. City will now face an anxious wait to determine the severity of Delph’s injury, with their opening Barclays Premier League match against West Brom just over two weeks away.
According to reports, the proposal for recreational marijuana use in Florida will not go on the November ballot.Make It Legal Florida, a political committee, has been attempting to meet a requirement to submit 766,200 valid petition signatures to the state of Florida by the deadline- February 1st.However, they need more time. Reports say the committee went to court to try to get more time.Nick Hansen, chairman of the committee, said supporters will try to put the issue on the 2022 ballot.The proposal would allow people 21 or older to “possess, use, purchase, display, and transport up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana and marijuana accessories for personal use for any reason.”
At the Dipo Dina Stadium in Sagamu, Bendel Insurance got the lead in the 58th minutes through Charles Omokaro but Victor Mbaoma drew Remo Stars level in the 76th minute to share points one apiece.In Group B of the NPFL, Heartland have now climbed to the summit after two wins, same points with second placed El-Kanemi Warriors who however have lesser goal difference.FC Ifeanyi Ubah is third with five points, while Go Round FC, Kano Pillars and Plateau United are all one point less.Plateau United recorded their first win of the season yesterday when they trounced El Kanemi Warriors 2-0. Plateau United had earlier recorded a draw and a defeat in their previous two games.In Kaduna, newly promoted Kada City kicked off their NPFL campaign with a 2-1 win at home against Gombe United. Umar Mohammed fired in from a free-kick to give Kada City the lead in the 19th minute.Enesi Sani equalized after thirty seconds for Gombe United. Sadiq Suleiman restored Kada’s lead with a half volley.In Kano, Chris Madaki denied Akwa United FC maximum points at the Sani Abacha Stadium when he headed past Jean Efala to restore parity for the Sai Masugida. Ndifreke Effiong had shot Akwa United into the lead after 22 minutes.Go Round was forced to a goalless draw at home to FC Ifeanyiubah.NPFL MATCHDAY 3Group AWikki 2-1 TornadoesKwara Utd 3-2 EnyimbaRemo Stars 1-1 InsurancePostponedRangers v SunshineRivers Utd v Katsina UtdLobi v MFM FC Kwara United FC moved to the top of Group A of the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) yesterday with a 3-2 defeat of Enyimba. The Ilorin team is just one point better that the People’s Elephant. Wikki Tourists who defeated Niger Tornadoes 2-1 is third on the log.Ibrahim Mustapha had fired Enyimba into an early lead in the 12th minutes before Segun Alebiosu leveled scored in the 31st. Joseph Osadiaye scored from the spot kick to hand Enyimba a 2-1 lead.But Alebiosu again restored parity 2-2 in the 68th minute with a brilliant shot. Mohammed Usman however sealed the first win of the NPFL season for Kwara United in the 73rd minute of the match. Group BGo Round 0-0 IfeanyiUbahNasarawa 0-1 HeartlandPlateau Utd 2-0 ElkanemiKano Pillars 1-1 Akwa UtdKada City 2-1 Gombe UtdPostponedYobe Stars v Abia WarriorsShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Arianna Faith Ybarra came into this world with a leaking heart. But after a successful surgery Tuesday, she is now breaking the hearts of her loved ones.Arianna Ybarra, the daughter of Tyler Ybarra and Katelin Sisson, was born on Sunday with a condition in which the aorta, the main artery of the body, has prevented her from getting enough oxygenated blood to her feet and hands.When she was born her feet and hands were purple and it was a life threatening case.Â Tyler and Katelin learned of her situation two months while getting a sonogram – which showed that her heart was leaking. Still, doctors told them that her heart condition could take care of itself when she was born.“Unfortunately, it did not,” said Debe Ledesma, grandmother of Arianna. “She was to go into surgery to get it fixed.”Arianna was born at Wesley Medical Hospital but was immediately flown to Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City for surgery, which has been a success. Unfortunately, she won’t get to come home to Wellington for awhile. Debe Sisson said it is going to take about four weeks of recovery. She is currently in the pediatrics ICU. Debe reports her blood pressure is good and her heart rate had improved.While Arianna’s medical condition is good, the hospital bills are starting to mount. She is expected to go back into surgery in a year to repair a heart valve.Alyssa Hays of Wellington will be having a community fundraiser to be held on Nov. 23 at the Knights of Columbus from 5 to 8 p.m. She will be serving Mexican food.Tyler Ybarra is currently playing double AA ball for the Dunedin Fla. Blue Jays.“We are where we want to be,” Debe Sisson said. “It is great to be from a small-town and get so much support. I can’t think of a better group of people than the one’s who live in Wellington, Kansas.” Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Report Reply 2 replies · active 350 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down guest · 352 weeks ago that is a weird statement that has nothing to do with this story, hope this little girl makes a speedy and full recovery Report Reply 0 Vote up Vote down Guest · 350 weeks ago I think what he was trying to say was that Tyler is not actually here all the time. His job is basically in Florida. I don’t think it was stated correctly but I think this is what was intended. Report Reply +3 Vote up Vote down iceman318 · 352 weeks ago Wishing the best for Arianna and her mom and dad plus the rest of the family. I will keep you all in our prayers. Report Reply 0 replies · active 352 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down staff at the WRC · 352 weeks ago The miracles of medicine! Thank goodness for the surgeons who were able to repair this little girls heart. Happy News! We love you Katie! Bring that little girl in to see us! Report Reply 0 replies · active 352 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down teamarianna · 351 weeks ago We all love you guys. Baby Arianna is a beautiful blessing and a miricle in herself. Your such a strong family even when times get hard. Stay in there and remember that God has great things for you guys in store. Report Reply 0 replies · active 351 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Alyssa · 351 weeks ago We will also be selling shirts for Arianna. Hope to see you all there!! Report Reply 0 replies · active 351 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. 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Facebook5Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversityThe dedication of a new flag pavilion built at Saint Martin’s University to honor active-duty and veteran members of the military will kick off the Saint Martin’s Homecoming 2014, set for Feb. 7-9 on the Lacey campus.“We have planned a wide variety of activities to give our alumni plenty of opportunities to interact with their former classmates, as well as meet new people who share their passion for Saint Martin’s,” says Katie Wojke, interim vice president of the Saint Martin’s Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations. “They will be able to enjoy these fun events while they learn more about what’s happening now at the University.”The flag pavilion was constructed to recognize military veteran and active-duty students, alumni, faculty, staff and members of the community for their service to the nation. The pavilion is located at the base of the Grand Staircase, adjacent to the Jan Halliday Memorial Plaza, a setting that offers tremendous views of the campus and beyond. Saint Martin’s alumni Mary Louise ’60 and Terence Monaghan ’62, who is also a member of the Saint Martin’s University Board of Trustees, sponsored the pavilion project.The dedication, which is expected to be “standing room only,” begins at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, and will be held outdoors at the base of the Grand Staircase. A tent and limited seating will be provided. Attendees are strongly encouraged to bring umbrellas!To register for the dedication and the other Homecoming events listed below, please visit www.stmartin.edu/alumni or call Bianca Galam, fundraising event coordinator, at 360-486-8885.Friday, Feb. 7, following the flag pavilion dedication:5 p.m. Evening Mass – Saint Martin’s Abbey Church7 p.m. Homecoming Welcome ReceptionAll alumni and their guests are invited to join the celebration at O’Blarney’s Irish Pub, 4411 Martin Way, Lacey, WA 98516, with an all-class reunion. This will be a relaxing get-together with complimentary appetizers and a no-host bar.Saturday, Feb. 88 a.m. Mass – Saint Martin’s Abbey Church10 a.m. – noon Department drop-ins, at the following locations:School of Business – 3rd floor, Old MainCollege of Education and Professional Psychology – 4th floor, Old MainCollege of Arts and Sciences – 3rd floor, Old Main near room 318Hal and Inge Marcus School of Engineering – Cebula Hall10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Alumni pick-up basketball game – Charneski Recreation CenterHosted by Mary Conley Law, registrar emeritus, take to the courts for a friendly game of hoops with fellow Saints alumni.Noon Saints baseball home opener – Saint Martin’s University baseball fieldIn their first home game of the season, the Saints meet the University of Puget Sound. Come cheer on the team!1 p.m. Coffee with the Monks – Harned Hall loungeRelax and enjoy a cup of coffee with the monks of Saint Martin’s Abbey. Don’t miss out on your chance to catch up with your favorite monk and to meet with new members of the monastic community. Complimentary coffee and snacks. Espresso and smoothie drinks will be available for purchase at the Monk’s Bean café in Harned Hall from 1 – 3 p.m.2 p.m. Benedictine Institute Lecture Series – Cebula Hall, third floor, space is limitedKen Butigan, Ph.D., HS ’72, director of the Pace E Bene Nonviolence Service, will be the second speaker of the Benedictine Institute Lecture Series. Contact Father Marion Nguyen, O.S.B., for more information at 360-412-6155 or [email protected]:30 p.m. Hall of Fame / Hall of Honor celebration | $15 per person – Norman Worthington Conference Center. Join us as we honor and celebrate our 2014 inductees!Hall of Honor: Joe Alongi HS ’62 ‘66Hall of Fame: Beth Layton ’06, Brad Hooper, Chris McGeeHigh School Hall of Fame: Dale Behles5:15 p.m. Saints vs. University of Alaska – Hal and Inge Marcus PavilionThe Saints double-header kicks off with the women’s basketball team taking on the University of Alaska Nanooks in GNAC action.6 p.m. Alumni pep rally and reception – Norman Worthington Conference CenterRally around our Saints! Meet new friends, reconnect with old friends and show your support for our men’s and women’s basketball teams. Don’t forget to wear your Saints gear to show off your Saints spirit!7:30 p.m. Saints vs. Central Washington University – Hal and Inge Marcus PavilionCheer on the men’s basketball team against GNAC opponent, the Central Washington University Wildcats, in the second half of the Saints double-header.Sunday, Feb. 911 a.m. Mass – Saint Martin’s Abbey ChurchHomecoming Weekend closes with Mass at the Abbey Church. Come celebrate with us!
The applicant, Denholtz Associates, will be the third firm in the last 15 years to attempt a project at 16 and 22 West Front St. The conceptual drawings included the reclamation of a riverfront public parking lot behind Riverview Medical Center which would be the future site of an expansive event lawn and vendor village that would change with the seasons, including concert space in the warm-weather months and an outdoor ice rink in the winter. Denholtz said the thought of future Southbank residents strolling down the hill and into a center of activity is a particularly exciting aspectof the project. Denholtz said he expects the project to begin in fall2019, with a completion datestill to be determined. RED BANK – Days before his controversial bay-front project was approved in nearby Atlantic Highlands, the borough zoning board green-lighted local developer Steven Denholtz’s proposal for another set of townhomes that would overlook Marine Park and the Navesink River. “Much like the town itself,over the years there’s beena lot of difficulty reconcilinga vision at this site. But wehave a clear vision of whatthis project will be, just likeRed Bank has a clear visionfor its future,” Denholtz said. Named Southbank at Navesink, Denholtz has proposed a 10-unit development. The firm’s site plan includes five one-story units below five two-story dwellings with 26 parking spaces located beneath the construction for tenant use and eight additional stalls surrounding the construction. The Southbank project isn’t the only major development effort in the area. In March the borough released concept plans for the redevelopment of Marine Park. This article was first published in the May 2 – 8, 2019 printed edition of The Two River Times. That is, of course, if theproject comes to fruition. However, Denholtz said his firm plans to construct a sidewalk at the bottom of the hill on Union Street, as well as a stairwell near the eastern edge of the parcel for tenants to use. In addition to this project, Denholtz is leading another project named The Rail on a site adjacent to the Red Bank Train Station, which Red Bank RiverCenter executive director James Scavone told The Two River Times in October fits with the town’s vision of creating a transit village in the theatre district. The Bridge Avenue project plans were expanded to include 57 residential apartments in a mixed-use building with a 568-square-foot cafe and 6,275 square feet of retail space when Denholtz acquired two additional Oakland Street parcels, the former sites of Racioppi’s and San Remo restaurants. “It’s all happening in Red Bank right now. This is a fantastic town with so much to offer and we’re thrilled to be part of its bright future.” Denholtz said he understands the challenges of building in such a space, but believes his firm has a project that will add to the growth and character of Red Bank. The site plan application does not include sidewalks on either side of the building. If these plans remain as presented, it means the shortest route for residents who wish to enjoy Marine Park will be a slender two-way corridor known as Boat Club Court, which connects Union Street to the heavily trafficked West Front Street. The project expansion was approved by the planning board Oct. 15. The adjoining lots, which combine to measure just over a half-acre of property, are situated atop a hill above the historic Monmouth Boat Club on Union Street.
Gardai have confirmed they are investigating an incident which has led to parents being warned about their children’s safety in Dungloe.A young boy was approached by a man yesterday afternoon and threatened as he was coming home from school.The man fled bt local reports claim he may have been brandishing a weapon. The boy was not hurt during the incident.Local schools have issued texts messages to parents warning them not to allow pupils to walk to or from school alone.Garda Superintendant David Kelly confirmed they are seeking to speak to a man described as being 6’1″ in height and aged between 30 and 40 years.A spokesman for the Garda Press Office told Donegal Daily that they are investigating the incident. A spokesman said “Gardaí are investigating an incident in which a 12yr old boy alleges he was approached by a man in a suspicious manner on quay Rd Dungloe, Co Donegal at approx. 3pm on 10th Nov 2016. Gardaí are appealing for information. The boy was not injured in the incident.”Gardai confirm they are investigating Dungloe incident was last modified: November 11th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)