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Six weeks prior to moveContact a real estate agent in the local area. Start by looking in the Military Buyer’s Guide of this publication.Obtain quotes from moving and self-service companies and gather DIY estimates. Decide on the type of move best for your circumstances.Determine employer-covered expenses.Four weeks prior to moveCheck the preregistration procedures to enroll children in school. Get children’s transcripts, textbook list and a copy of their current school’s grading system. Ask teachers to write descriptions of each student’s achievement level, interests and any unusual courses taken.Request that copies of all family members’ medical and dental records and birth certificates be sent to your new home. Don’t forget your pets’ veterinary records.Notify the post office of your new address and obtain a change-of-address kit. Send change-of-address cards to friends, subscription services, creditors, alumni associations, the Department of Motor Vehicles and insurance companies.Begin packing seldom-used items and dispose of unwanted items through charities — get receipts for tax purposes.Contact the IRS for forms and regulations regarding tax-deductible moving expenses.Transfer or arrange for insurance to cover your home, furnishings and automobile.Three weeks prior to moveArrange to have appliances, utilities, newspapers, laundry, phone and cable television disconnected. Check on deposits. Set up connections at your new home.Make travel arrangements.Two weeks prior to moveHandle bills, stocks, investments and banking transfers.Arrange to transport pets and plants. Some states prohibit certain plants, so research before you move.Clean cupboards and plan remaining meals so you can pack what you don’t need.One week prior to moveDiscontinue delivery services such as the newspapers.Clean and sort items in the garage and attic.Clean out your safety deposit box and place all valuables and documents together. If the items can’t be replaced, carry them with you.Two days prior to moveDefrost and dry refrigerators and freezers.Arrange for cash or traveler’s checks for trip expenses and payment to the mover upon delivery.Reconcile and close checking account. Withdraw savings.Conclude any financial matters relating to the lease or sale of your home.Pack luggage. Set aside items you will need immediately upon arrival — a few dishes, pots and pans, towels, soap, bedding, light bulbs, flashlights and toilet paper.Leave a forwarding address with new tenant or neighbor.Moving dayConfirm your delivery date with your mover and provide directions to your new residence as well as primary and secondary contact numbers or email addresses.Pay close attention to the mover’s paperwork. You will need to sign it upon completion of loading and then unloading at your new residence.Supervise the movers to make sure your instructions are understood. Review any damage to your belongings noted by the moving foreman or supervisor.Double-check your residence for forgotten items before leaving.Move-in dayClear and mark paths to all rooms to help the movers place the boxes.Supervise unloading.Note any damage to your boxes or furniture.Review paperwork carefully to make sure all your belongings arrived.
Dudgeon Offshore Wind Limited has awarded the contract for the Electrical System Infrastructure for its Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm to Siemens Transmission and Distribution Ltd.The contract covers engineering, procurement, construction and offshore hook-up of one onshore substation and one offshore substation including jacket foundation. Siemens will have the overall system responsibility to connect the offshore wind farm on to the 400 kV National Grid network in Necton. Transmission capacity will be above 400 MW and include transformation from 33/132/400 kV.Siemens will run the project from Manchester while the jacket and topside for the offshore substation will be built at a UK yard.The Electrical System Infrastructure shall be finalised during 2016.“We’re pleased to see that a UK supplier wins this important contract in a competitive supplier market. This confirms that Dudgeon plays an active role in the development of the UK offshore wind industry”, says Bjørn Ivar Bergemo, Asset Manager in Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm.Press Release, September 04, 2014
The loss of Mack means the Browns may insert 2015 First-Round Draft Pick Cam Erving into the starting center position in 2016.The Browns reportedly pulled their offer to Right Tackle Mitchell Schwartz and Free Safety Tashaun Gipson may be gone as well. We’ll keep you updated throughout this busy day in NFL Free-Agency.UPDATE: Gipson has reached an agreement with the Jaguars. Schwartz is signing with the Chiefs. Matt Medley Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games. Related TopicsAlex MackAtlanta FalconsCleveland BrownsNFL Browns All-Pro Center Alex Mack is reportedly signing with the Atlanta Falcons. The paycheck may be part of the reason why the Browns chose not to sign Mack when the team is in the early stages of a franchise rebuild. Falcons Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan, who spent a season with Mack in Cleveland, may have been a big motivating factor for the center to head to Atlanta.
Nigeria’s Minister of Youth and Sports Sunday Dare says he will interface with FIFA President Gianni Infantino later this month to ensure Nigeria gets the hosting rights for the 2020 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup and also undertake a tour of the National Stadium in Lagos State alongside Governor Babajide Sanwoolu as he continues to explore ways of revitalising ailing sporting edifices in the country. Dare made his plans known when he addressed the media following the Asisat Oshoala inspired Super Falcons 1-0 defeat of Algeria in the second leg of their Tokyo 2020 Olympics qualifier at the Agege Stadium on Tuesday.Nigeria is in the running to host the age-grade tournament for women next year and in August, played hosts to FIFA inspectors who visited the country to assess the facilities in Lagos, Benin and Uyo being put forward to host the tournament.With a final decision due in a week’s time when the team present their findings to FIFA, Dare who has been on a tour of national sports facilities since he assumed office said he will do his bit at FIFA’s headquarters in Zurich to ensure Nigeria gets the nod to host the tournament. The Minister expressed confidence that all facilities required for a successful hosting of the tournament including the Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna, which had originally been discounted as a potential match venue over safety fears, would be ready in time for the competition.“Last week I was in Kaduna to look at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium,” the sports minister said.“The FIFA team came about two weeks ago and we know that on September 12 in Zurich, they will be looking at taking the final decision and I hope to be in Zurich to see the FIFA president [Gianni Infantini] to do some kind of diplomacy.Download Audio“Ultimately, Nigeria hopes to host the Under-20 Female World Cup and we have the facilities. We are putting them up to upgrade, we are building them and we are sure that eventually, we will be able to host the Under-20 female World Cup.”Nigeria’s national sporting edifices have long suffered from neglect and with no maintenance over the years, many have fallen into complete disrepair especially the national stadiums in Abuja and Lagos.Dare’s predecessor Solomon Dalung carried out a perfunctory rehabilitation of the Abuja stadium for the 19th National Sports Festival and in a bid to restore the National Stadium in Lagos, explored the possibility of reaching a concessionary agreement with the state government which ultimately came to nothing.Dare said that a central thrust of his mission as minister lies in restoring all national stadiums.He revealed that he will be touring the National Stadium in Lagos alongside the State Governor Babajide Sanwoolu at the weekend following which they will explore the best possible avenue for rehabilitating the national edifice irrespective of funding constraints.Dare said reviving the concessionary agreement with the Lagos State Government and entering into a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) agreement for refurbishing and administering the stadium are all options that will be considered.“I said that at one of the cardinal focus will be in bringing back our stadia particularly [the MKO Abiola Stadium] Abuja, Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna, the Obafemi Awolowo formerly Liberty Stadium Ibadan, and especially, the National Stadium Lagos.“We are going to make sure that we are going to develop a business model around it, we’ll look at concession or public-private partnership (PPP).Download Audio“Next weekend, I’ll be in Lagos with the Executive Governor of Lagos [and] we will undertake a tour and inspection of the facilities in Lagos and we’ll sit down and see what can be done. Of course, we have the problem of funding, but we will look for private funds to do what we can do.” RelatedMinister Of Sports Sunday Dare Promises Revamp Of Ahmadu Bello StadiumAugust 27, 2019In “Nigeria”Dare Reveals Sports Funding Boost, Pledges To Honour 1980 AFCON Winning Green Eagles On 40th AnniversaryJanuary 10, 2020In “Nigeria”Thomas Dennerby: Sports Minister Dare Intervenes To Forestall Swede’s Shock ResignationSeptember 16, 2019In “National Team”
About 100 golfers are expected to converge at the Achimota Golf Course in Accra to compete for this month’s Medal Open Championship scheduled for Saturday, May 16.Mr Kwabena Oteng-0Aboagye, General Manager of the Achimota Golf Club told GNA Sports in Accra on Tuesday that five Banks and two schools have been invited to participate in the event.He said the participation of the Banks and the schools forms part of the activities lined up to mark the 75th anniversary of the Club.Mr Oteng-Aboagye said the participating Banks are the Ghana Commercial Bank, Ecobank Ghana Limited, Zenith Bank Ghana Limited, Stanbic Bank Ghana Limited, Barclays Bank Ghana Limited and the Achimota Senior High School and Presbyterian Boys Senior High School.The General Manager said series of seminars would be held for the participants to enable them acquire more knowledge about the game.Some of the golfers who would be taking part in the one day 18-Hole Stable-ford event include Michael Aggrey, Geoff Fisher, Nick Smallman, Charles Tabi, Michael Ben-George and Matthias Dorfe. Ama Morgan, Mona Myles-Lamptey, Clara Price, Margaret Owusu-Baah, Grace Afriyie and Mary Asafo-Adjaye are also expected to battle each other in the Ladies segment.The competition is being sponsored by The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Ghana Limited.Source: GNA
PASADENA – Family and friends of a Covina man and his niece, killed when his car was struck by a Metrolink train on Father’s Day, came together Friday to celebrate two lives. Earl “Lorenzo” Brown, 53, and Raeven Smith, 10, were remembered as “twin towers” of faith, who touched the lives of all who knew them. The dual service at the Calvary Christian Methodist Episcopalian church lasted nearly two hours and afforded time for many of the 300 friends and family in attendance to come to the altar and remember the pair. Among those in attendance was Brown’s 12-year-old daughter Christina, who survived the crash. One hand wrapped in a tight bandage, Christina needed a walker to make the short journey down the church’s center aisle. She was recently released from Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles after undergoing several surgeries. 165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!