Peter Lee nominated as bishop provisional for East Carolina

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Photo: Diocese of East Carolina[Episcopal News Service] The Rt. Rev. Peter James Lee has been nominated to serve as bishop provisional for the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina, according to an announcement from the diocese.A formal election will be held March 9 when the 130th diocesan convention will convene at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, North Carolina.Bishops provisional are elected for an interim period until a diocesan bishop is chosen. Lee’s tenure as provisional bishop is expected to begin in early April and last approximately two years.The Rt. Rev. Clifton Daniel served as bishop of the East Carolina diocese for 15 years. He resigned on Feb. 28 to become bishop provisional of the Diocese of Pennsylvania.Lee, 74, retired in 2009 after serving for 25 years as bishop of the Diocese of Virginia. He since has served as interim dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco and of General Theological Seminary in New York. He currently is interim dean of the American Cathedral in Paris.“Bishop Lee is well known as a gifted Christian leader with outstanding experience as a leader in the Episcopal Church at home and abroad,” the Rev. Kevin A. Johnson, president of the Standing Committee for East Carolina, wrote in a letter to the diocese.“In times of conflict he has been a moderate who intentionally reached out to people in both wings of the denomination attempting to keep as many people around the table as possible. We believe that Bishop Lee will bring faithful service, skilled experience and dynamic leadership to our diocese as we continue in mission and ministry in the Diocese of East Carolina.”Lee has served as chair of the Church Pension Fund board; trustee of Berkeley Divinity School at Yale; chair for 17 years of the board of trustees for Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria; and board member for the National Alliance to End Homelessness.He also served on the advisory committee to the Anglican Observer at the United Nations and on the Presiding Bishop’s Fund for World Relief (forerunner to Episcopal Relief & Development).Lee was born in Mississippi and raised in Florida. After time spent in law school, as a newspaper reporter and as a military intelligence officer, Lee began his ministry at an urban cathedral in Jacksonville, Florida. After his diaconal year, he became an assistant at St. John’s Episcopal Church Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C.He was rector of Chapel of the Cross, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, from 1971–1984, the year he was elected bishop coadjutor of the Diocese of Virginia.Lee graduated magna cum laude from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, and studied law at Duke University. He earned a master of divinity degree from Virginia Theological Seminary in 1967.He is married to Kristina Knapp Lee. They have two children and five grandchildren. 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Boston workers unite behind fired union leader

first_imgAndre Francois, left, and Steve Kirschbaum (with bullhorn) at Sept. 15 rally. Both were illegally fired by Veolia.Photo: Howard RotmanA Dorchester, Mass., district courtroom was packed Sept. 15 with mainly school bus drivers and supporters in solidarity with Steve Kirschbaum, a leader and founder of United Steelworkers Local 8751, the Boston School Bus Drivers Union.Kirschbaum has been falsely accused of four felony charges by the Boston police following a rally in late June demanding that Kirschbaum, along with other union leaders — Andre Francois, Garry Murchison and Steve Gillis — be reinstated. The four were fired last November following an illegal lockout of the workers Oct. 8 by the union-busting conglomerate Veolia.This latest attack comes in the midst of contract negotiations between the local and Transdev, an Illinois-based company that currently oversees the four school bus yards. The drivers have made it clear that there will be no contract unless all four drivers are rehired.Defense attorneys Barry P. Wilson and John Pavlos argued strongly at the pretrial hearing that the bogus charges against Kirschbaum should be dismissed because Veolia and the police are abusing the legal system to settle a labor dispute. Wilson stated that the police committed perjury when making the charges. Kirschbaum’s case is being sent to the National Labor Relations Board.In response to the prosecutor’s refusal to drop the charges, Wilson and Pavlos requested the pretrial hearing continue, with the aim of providing more discovery evidence to dispute the charges. The date for the next pretrial hearing is Oct. 6.Following the hearing, a boisterous rally took place on the courthouse steps involving more than 250 people. Chants of “Union, union, union!” were echoed by many speakers. Bus drivers Kirschbaum, Francois and Georgia Scott spoke, as well as City Councillor Charles Yancey; former Councillor Chuck Turner; radio personality Charles Clemons; Peoples Power Assembly organizer Larry Holmes; WW managing editor Monica Moorehead; and People with Disabilities activist Brian Shea; along with the two attorneys.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Sharp Drop in August Ag Producer Sentiment

first_img Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Sharp Drop in August Ag Producer Sentiment By Andy Eubank – Sep 6, 2016 SHARE Barometer drops in AugustIn the newest Purdue and CME Group Ag Economy Barometer there has been a reversal. The August barometer measured a significant decline to 95, dropping 17 points from July. David Widmar, Senior Research Associate at the Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture told HAT they see a shift in producer tone with the future expectations index really driving the barometer lower.“I really think that what we saw is this run of low commodity prices, corn trading around that 3.25 on the board of trade, getting close to sub-3 in a lot of areas of the country, really saw producers shifting from saying how high can corn be in July to how low can corn be in August. So that really started to shift and started to bring down a lot of this long run optimism that maybe there can be some good times coming in agriculture to now maybe saying how tough is it going to be.”Good growing conditions and then the August crop report from USDA cemented the erosion in sentiment.“We started in June and had some dryness. We had some soybean sales pick up from dry concerns and short yields in South America, so we saw things really picking up there in June. Then from the middle of June all the way through the USDA report in August we had this tone of actually favorable weather, strong yields of corn and soybeans. So those two things kind of transitioned and of course the USDA report came out with close to 175 bushels per acre on corn, and that really cemented a lot of that thought.”He said one surprise coming from the August responses was the expectation of input prices in 2017.“The price of seed, the price of fertilizer and the price crop protection products in 2017, across all those products, more producers thought that higher prices were likely relative to lower prices.”The barometer is based on a monthly survey of 400 U.S. agricultural producers and includes measures of sentiment toward current conditions and future expectations. Both of those indices dropped in August. The Index of Current Conditions fell from 93 in July to 80 in August and the Index of Future Expectations dropped to 102 from July’s 121. Sharp Drop in August Ag Producer Sentiment Previous articleGovernor Takes Action to Speed Broadband Coverage in Rural IndianaNext articleAre Hidden Costs Affecting Your Bottom Line? Andy Eubank SHARE Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Home Automation System Markets: Lighting Control, Security & Access Control, HVAC Control, Entertainment –…

first_img Pinterest Twitter Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 4, 2021 Facebook Facebook DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 4, 2021– The “Home Automation System Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Management, Product (Lighting Control, Security & Access Control, HVAC Control, Entertainment & Other Controls), Software & Algorithm, and Region – Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to’s offering. The Home Automation System Market is Expected to Grow from USD 40.8 Billion in 2020 and is Projected to Reach USD 63.2 Billion by 2025 at a CAGR of 9.1% during the forecast period. As millennials account for the majority of new home buyers, growing homeownership is one of the major factors driving the adoption of home automation systems. Insurance companies offering attractive discounts to house owners having inbuilt access control and security systems is expected to help consumers to save on house insurance premiums and cover the cost of adopting home security systems for residential applications. The integration of home healthcare equipment with home automation systems such as monitoring and diagnostic tools is simplifying the caregiving process for the elderly and ailing. As a result, AI voice technology has resonated well with the baby boomers and elderly. On-premises management expected to maintain its market dominance during the forecast period On-premises management systems consist of a central hub that controls all the home automation systems in the home. It allows the user to control lights, thermostats, HVAC, audio and video streaming devices, and other home appliances from a single source. This management system is also widely used with home automation security systems. On-premises management was the only system available for home automation for many years. They are ideal for connecting to a large number of smart devices from a single source. New homes generally have pre-installed on-premises management systems. Hence, the market for on-premises management is expected to hold a larger share during the forecast period. Entertainment and other controls products expected to have the largest share of the market throughout the forecast The major controls used to control and regulate the entertainment systems in home automation are audio, volume, and multimedia room controls. Other controls include smart meters, smart plugs, smart hubs, smart locks, smart window blinds, and smoke detectors. Automated home audio and volume controllers are used to control the audio and video played in the house or to customize what is playing in each room individually. There are numerous commercial systems that can be purchased in the market, or the user can also get a system custom-built or homemade. The emergence of voice-controlled speakers such as Google Home and Amazon Echo has greatly expanded the market for entertainment controls. Other controls include smart meters, smoke detectors, smart plugs, smart window blinds, smart locks, and smart hubs which are commonly found in many homes as they are standalone devices. Hence, the entertainment & other controls segment is expected to hold the largest market share during the forecast period. Behavioral software and algorithm to hold a larger share of the market in 2020 Behavioral type of software and algorithm analyzes energy-related data from various home automation devices and sensors and forwards it to the end-users. This category of software and algorithm is restricted to transmitting and receiving the data and does not perform intelligent actions. Many of the home automation devices have the behavioral type of software and algorithm. This includes smart meters, smart blinds, and AV controls. Since most home automation systems were initially equipped with the behavioral type of software and algorithm, it has a slightly higher market share compared to the proactive type. Market Dynamics DriversGrowing Homeownership Among Millennials WorldwideIncreasing Use of Home Automation Systems Among the Elderly PopulationLower Insurance Costs for Homeowners Investing in Home Security Systems and Increasing Services Offered by Telecommunication Companies RestraintsHigh Costs Associated with the Purchase and Deployment of Home Automation SystemsLack of Pre-Installed Home Automation Systems and Provision in Pre-Built Homes OpportunitiesRapid Urbanization in Developing CountriesRising Significance of IoT Technology in Home Automation ChallengesCompatibility Issues with the Integration of Home Automation Systems from Different ManufacturersGrowing Security Concerns with Home Automation DevicesDecline in the Adoption of Home Automation Shipments Due to COVID-19 Tariffs and Regulations RegulationsWi-Fi: Wi-Fi AllianceZ-Wave: Z-Wave AllianceZigbee: Zigbee AllianceBluetooth Low Energy (Ble): Bluetooth Sig OthersX10 by Pico ElectronicsInsteon by SmartlabsThread by Thread GroupUniversal Powerline Bus (Upb) by Powerline Control Systems Case Studies Pinterest Legrand Home Automation System Deployed at a Historic FarmhouseSales Leader and Author at Residential Tech Installs Home Security System from ResideoSmarter Home Story: Michele and AlexSmarter Home Story: Jonas and TinaLeviton Deployed Next-Generation Home Automation in New OrleansCrestron Electronics Provided Smart Shade Solutions for Colorado HomeCrestron Electronics Provided a Smart Home System for 4K Video DistributionCrestron Electronics Upgrades New Jersey Home Through Home AutomationLutron Provided Lighting Control Solutions to a Luxury Residence in the UKVantage Controls Provided Home Automation Solutions to Homes in the US Companies MentionedAbbAcuity BrandsAdtAmxControl4Crestron ElectronicsDevelco ProductsElanIngersoll RandJohnson ControlsLegrandLeviton Manufacturing CompanyLutron ElectronicsRemote Technologies IncorporatedResideo TechnologiesSavant SystemsSchneider ElectricSiemensSmartthingsVantage Controls For more information about this report visit View source version on CONTACT: Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SECURITY OTHER CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY OTHER TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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Calls for action to prevent spike in cancer deaths in Donegal

first_img Facebook Calls for action to prevent spike in cancer deaths in Donegal Previous articleCabinet ministers set to approve alternative plan for Leaving CertNext articlePlans for medical school at Magee a step closer News Highland Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest By News Highland – May 8, 2020 WhatsApp Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA center_img Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme A Donegal TD is calling for immediate action to prevent a surge in cancer fatalities in Donegal in the coming months and years.It’s after figures released to Fianna Fail show that the number of people being referred by GPs to Rapid Access Clinics has fallen by more than 50%.Due to the pandemic, screening programmes have been paused and there’s major concern that this will result in delays in detecting cancer for some people.Donegal Deputy Charlie McConalogue says both the HSE and the Government need to do more to address the issue:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp AudioHomepage BannerNews Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th last_img read more

Critically endangered black rhino born in Michigan zoo

first_imgiStock/CAHKT(LANSING, Michigan) — A Christmas miracle was delivered to a Lansing, Michigan, zoo this year.For this time in the Potter Park Zoo’s 100-year history, a black rhino calf was born.The species is considered critically endangered, with an average of less than two black rhino calves born in human care each year, making each birth “vital,” according to the zoo.In total, there are just over 50 black rhino calves in the care of accredited zoos worldwide and about 5,000 alive in the wild, the zoo said.“This is a monumental moment for Potter Park Zoo that has taken our staff years of planning and hard work. We are dedicated to conserving rhinos and couldn’t be more excited about this successful black rhino birth,” Cynthia Wagner, director of Potter Park Zoo, said in a statement.Video of the birth on Tuesday showed the mother rhino, a 12-year-old named Doppsee, walking around in the early hours of the morning.The calf drops out of her stomach at 5:40 a.m. and about an hour and a half later was standing.The zoo said the calf appears to be nursing well and frequently. Employees will continue to monitor both mother and baby in the next few weeks.It is Doppsee’s first calf, according to the zoo.The black rhino population drastically declined in the 20th century due to European hunters and settlers, according to the World Wildlife Fund.Since 1995, the species made a “tremendous comeback” — from less than 2,500 black rhinos to some 5,000 — but it is still considered critically endangered, according to the NGO.Poaching and black-market trafficking of rhino horns were listed as continuous threats to the population.“A lot of work remains to bring the numbers up to even a fraction of what it once was — and to ensure that it stays there,” according to the World Wildlife Fund.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Dr. Fauci reflects on the pandemic’s one-year mark and how to get back to ‘normality’

first_imgABC NewsBy EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC News’ Good Morning America Thursday that the “answer to get us back to normality” is a blend of vaccinations and a “gradual” easing of restrictions.That includes “a combination of a very, very aggressive implementation of the vaccine program — which you are actually seeing in real time — together with a continuation of public health measures and a gradual pulling back, as opposed to just turning a light switch on and off,” he said.It’s “much better to do that gradually and prudently,” he stressed.“That has happened in the past — at least a couple of times over the past year,” Fauci said.Fauci said the most important message for President Joe Biden to deliver in his prime-time address Thursday is that the nation has “come a very long way over this past year” and “there is light at the end of the tunnel.”Among the “lights” in the tunnel to look for? Fauci said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be rolling out recommendations “imminently” for activities for vaccinated individuals.Thursday marks one year since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic.Looking back, Fauci said, “It was exactly one year ago this morning that I said, ‘Things are gonna get much worse before they get better.’ But I did not realize in my mind even anything close to more than half a million people having died in this country.”At least 529,267 Americans have died from COVID-19, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said in a statement Thursday, “After a year of this fight, we are tired, we are lonely, we are impatient. There have been too many missed family gatherings, too many lost milestones and opportunities, too many sacrifices. And still, through it all, there is determination; there are stories of giving and hope, of stamina and perseverance. We are better together, and together, we will endure.”“The vaccination of millions every day gives me hope,” Walensky said. “Hope that we can beat this pandemic. And hope that we can get back to being with our family, friends, and community. And soon.”Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

TechnipFMC awarded iEPCI contract two fields offshore Australia

first_img TechnipFMC will provide engineering services for Lambert Deep and the Greater Western Flank fields. (Credit: TechnipFMC) Oil services firm TechnipFMC has received integrated engineering, procurement, construction and installation (iEPCI) contract from Woodside Energy for the Lambert Deep and Greater Western Flank fields located off the coast of Northwestern Australia.Under the contract, TechnipFMC will be responsible for the design, manufacture, delivery and installation of subsea equipment, including a subsea production system (SPS) for the Lambert Deep field and Phase 3 of the Greater Western Flank fields.TechnipFMC subsea president Arnaud Pieton said: “We are delighted to have been awarded another iEPCI project through our frame agreement with Woodside.“This is Woodside’s second consecutive award adopting our Subsea 2.0 platform, confirming our common ambition to transform subsea economics through integration, standardization and configurability.”Flexible flowlines and umbilicals to be provided for Angel platformThe firm will also provide flexible flowlines and umbilicals for connection to the Angel platform, located about 120km northwest of Karratha.The Angel platform is connected to the North Rankin Complex (NRC) through a 50km subsea pipeline.The contract, which represents the second to be awarded to TechnipFMC under a five-year integrated iEPCI frame agreement with Woodside, is estimated to be worth between $75m and $250m.Recently, TechnipFMC said it defers plans to split its operations into two separate entities, due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic and other factors.The firm seeks to spin off its engineering and construction business into a separate company. The other business, which will be engaged in providing integrated technology and services to the oil and gas industry, will operate as TechnipFMC. TechnipFMC will design, manufacture, delivery and installation of subsea equipment, including a subsea production system last_img read more

Property industry Code of Practice is just six months away, agents are told

first_imgThe much anticipated code of conduct for the property industry which will raise industry standards, protect residential consumers and make it much harder for cowboys to operate is to be ready by the end of the year, it has been announced.A Code of Practice Steering Group has been set up under the auspices of RICS and TPO following a report by the working group on the Regulation of Property Agents (ROPA), which was published last summer.It recommended developing a single, high-level set of principles in a code that would apply to all residential property agents, along with the setting up of a new regulator and mandatory qualifications for those working in the industry.In what will be the greatest change for the sector since the Estate Agency Act was passed in 1979, the new code will cover all aspects of residential property with detailed sections to cover sales, lettings and management.The steering group, made up of consumer and sector representatives, promises to look for more input from users, professionals, buyers, sellers, lenders, tenants and landlords when the draft goes out for consultation later this month. The code is set to be published by the end of 2020.StandardsIts chair, Baroness Hayter (pictured, above) has previously worked as chair of the property standards board.She says: “The forthcoming combined code will ensure that consumers are clear what standards they should expect from property professionals, and it will enable them to be confident that all residential property agents will be held to account in meeting them. It will raise standards and trust in the industry.”The ROPA report recommended that a new regulator should have a range of powers ranging from a rap on the knuckles to being able to suspend or close a business and even prosecute it.Meanwhile, a new agents’ licensing scheme would make every name available on a public online register where potential customers could check if a company is trading legally.Housing Minister Christopher Pincher MP says: “Baroness Hayter’s appointment is an important development for property agents as they further raise standards in their industry and protect their customers. I look forward to continuing to work with all to ensure customers are treated fairly and that all agents work to the same high standards.”Read our interview with Lord Best.Code of Practice Regulation of Property Agents (RoPA) Lord Best baroness hayter July 1, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Property industry Code of Practice is just six months away, agents are told previous nextRegulation & LawProperty industry Code of Practice is just six months away, agents are toldA RICS and TPO backed Steering Committee has started work on a single code for the whole industry that, when introduced, will change estate agency forever.Nigel Lewis1st July 202002,573 Viewslast_img read more

AdvisorSmith: South Bend has highest levels of reported crime for Indiana’s large cities

first_img Facebook Google+ By Jon Zimney – March 16, 2021 11 768 Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp IndianaLocalNews Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Pinterest AdvisorSmith: South Bend has highest levels of reported crime for Indiana’s large cities (“Police Line / Police Tape” by Tony Webster, CC BY 2.0) A list of the safest cities in Indiana has been released.South Bend didn’t fare well, at all, on AdvisorSmith’s list, coming in with the highest levels of reported crime for large cities.Fort Wayne was been named the fifth-safest large city in Indiana. The study used data compiled from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics.Carmel earned the top spot in the large cities category, followed by Fishers, Noblesville and Greenwood.Berne was named the safest small city. Ligonier is 2nd safest small city. Winona Lake ranked 5th safest on the small side.(Photo supplied/Advisorsmith) Previous articleTwo Michigan City residents arrests after fleeing from crash scene on I-80/94Next articleCoroner: New Carlisle girl, 6, died due to asphyxiation Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.last_img read more