Highlights this week Plan Commission The Cosmos/Spark, 134 S Fair Oaks and the Homeless Day Resource Center on Monday. Rep Chris Taylor shares her research on police use of force standards with the CCOC Subcommittee on Police and Community Relations Tuesday at the Goodman Community Center. The Olbrich Park Biergarten proposal will be at the Bd of Park Commissioners on Wednesday.
“I think it time for schools to reopen safely. Safely. You have to have fewer people in the classroom, you have to have ventilation systems that have been reworked.””Our CDC commissioner is going to be coming out with science based judgement within, I think as early as Wednesday, to lay out what the minimum requirements are.” “I think about the price.
Guidepost 1: Vaccination. You may not all agree, but my take is that nobody should even think about starting an international trip or even a long domestic trip until at least two weeks after completion of a Covid vaccination process. Given the current vaccination schedule estimates, that could mean mid to late summer as the earliest for many low priority travelers..
This article analyses the interventions that led to the successful adaptation of ajrakh as a regional product to a modern design milieu. It discusses early government initiatives that resulted in the introduction of artisan designer collaborations in the 1970s, as well as later design developments that were led by Indian and foreign entrepreneurs. It traces the continuing trajectory of ajrakh from rural western India to the catwalks of New Delhi, Mumbai and beyond.
Increased triglycerides may lead to clotted arteries, and pose serious heart issues. You must contain these within the safe limits. You have to make a lot of sacrifices to make sure your heart remains healthy and happy for the rest of your life. Rigid frames hold up better and fit better. If you sit on them, they usually do not bend anyway. If you sit on them in a manner that bends rigid frames, you would likely damage flexible frames sitting on them the same way..
Leicestershire traffic and travel updates from the Leicestershire Live. Tens of thousands of journeys are made each day in the Leicester region as well as millions of journeys by public transport every year. Leicester’s road, rail, air and sea network is constantly evolving to keep up with the daily demand of travellersLive Leicestershire traffic updates all the hold ups from closures to jams05:00, 12 FEB 2021Demolition work continues at Leicester’s St Margaret’s Bus Station In the NewsWe are now in the third week of ten in the multi million pound projectRepairs planned for some of Leicester’s most cracked and worn down roadsIn the NewsDrivers have been warned to expect disruption in the coming weeksDramatic pictures show ‘mangled’ cab lorry driver was ‘lucky’ to escape fromIn the NewsThe driver suffered broken ribsLive updates: M1 bus and van crash causing long queues on motorway near LoughboroughIn the NewsThe crash is on the southbound carriagewayLorry driver taken to hospital after 2 HGVs collide on county roadIt was one of a number of incidents on the roads as snow blanketed the countyA1 Southbound closed for hours due to serious collision recapTraffic and TravelEmergency services were at the scenePromised upgrades to rail services keep being shelved, councillors warn’The region is continually being overlooked’Live snow and ice updates as travel disruption across Leicestershire continuesTraffic and TravelA Yellow warning for snow is in place until Wednesday.More road works on the way near 850 homes development in HinckleyIn the NewsFresh pipework is to be installedLive updates queues on M1 after crash south of LeicesterIn the NewsEmergency services are at the sceneHeavy snow brings travel problems and disruption to rural Leicestershire and RutlandIn the NewsMore than 4 inches fell in some partsDrink drive warning after car crashes into ditchIn the NewsThe crash happened in Kibworth and three people were trapped in the vehicle.