The week of May 29 has items of possible interest to residents of district 2 at the Room Tax Commission, the Common Council Discussion, the Habitat Stewardship Subcommittee, the Public Market Development Committee, the Madison Police Department Policy Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee and TLNA Neighborhood meeting re: The Avenue Club/Bubble Up Bar Request for Use of Parking Lot for 3 Events. The city meeting agenda items are open for testimony from the public should you be interested in weighing in. I also appreciate hearing from you on any items on which you have a particular interest or concern so please send me an email or give me a call..
This raises the possibility that perceptual training could improve car drivers’ abilities to spot motorcycles. Two experiments are reported. The first experiment demonstrated that a T junction task, requiring participants to detect an approaching vehicle in briefly displayed images, was sensitive to participants’ motorcycle experience, with dual drivers (who both ride motorcycles and drive cars) performing better than average car drivers.
Dustkicker, the end result is the fact the taxpayers will eventually pay for the extraordinary winter we had in late 2009 and early 2010. Whether it’s county funds, state assistance funds or federal assitance funds. The taxpayers pay it in the long run.
Yet, in a backhanded way the French are perverse enough to treat immigrants in so many ways, as second class citizens. The bigotry in France is legendary. It bespeaks of a people who are devoid of a healthy respect of people who are not native born French.
Among the records provided to the Commons committee was a June 11, 2020 email from Procurement Canada official Cassandra Shannahan, who pointed out to a colleague she was very familiar with Nuctech as she had awarded several contracts to them for X ray equipment for the Canadian Border Services Agency. She noted in that email that in 2019 she had been contacted by Canadian security officials asking why she had awarded a border services contract to a Chinese company without a security requirement. Shannahan explained to those officials that there was no security requirement for the CSBA deal.
“As a store owner myself, I can say with complete confidence it doesn’t make any sense that in person dining is banned while other businesses can still be in full operation,” said Beson. “The same CDC guidelines we follow at my market, for example, are the ones restaurant and bar owners could also follow. So why can’t they open in person dining? Again, it truly doesn’t make any sense.”.