Apopka Burglary Report

first_imgShare on Facebook Tweet on Twitter 900 BLOCK ASHWORTH OVERLOOK DR EVENT NO. DATE/TIME TYPE LOCATION 11/30/2020 6:46 am VEHICLE 1600 BLOCK LAKE MARION DR 12/2/2020 8:21 am BUSINESS 900 BLOCK S ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here 800 BLOCK ASHWORTH OVERLOOK DR 12/4/2020 9:19 am 12/4/2020 4:54 am 12/4/2020 4:46 am 12/4/2020 8:41 am 400 BLOCK LAKE BRIDGE LN VEHICLE 12/4/2020 3:48 am 700 BLOCK ERROL PKWY 12/4/2020 3:55 am VEHICLE BUSINESS RESIDENCE TAGSApopka Burglary ReportApopka Police DepartmentBusiness Burglary ReportResidential Burglary ReportVehicle Burglary Report Previous articleGive It A Shot: 5 Essential Things to Consider Before Buying a Used GunNext articleThis DIY contact tracing app helps people exposed to COVID-19 remember who they met Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR VEHICLE VEHICLE Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply 1600 BLOCK LAKE MARION DR 12/3/2020 3:46 pm APD Burglary Report: November 29th-December 5thThe Apopka Burglary Report for November 29th-December 5th shows 15 burglaries reported in Apopka.Chief Michael McKinley of the Apopka Police Department tells us that many vehicle burglaries could have been prevented if everyone remembers to do just two things:Remove all valuables from your vehicleLock your car doorsThe breakdown of the burglaries reported to the Apopka Police Department last week:2  – Business1  – Residential12  – VehicleHere is a list of the burglaries: Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here 700 BLOCK ASHWORTH OVERLOOK DR VEHICLE 700 BLOCK ASHWORTH OVERLOOK DR VEHICLE 12/4/2020 3:05 pm 600 BLOCK ERROL PKWY 400 BLOCK ASHLEY BROOKE CT 1200 BLOCK GLENMORE DR 700 BLOCK ASHWORTH OVERLOOK DR 600 BLOCK ERROL PKWY 12/5/2020 11:54 pm 12/4/2020 9:17 am VEHICLE VEHICLE 4900 BLOCK PLYMOUTH SORRENTO RD 12/4/2020 5:13 am 12/4/2020 4:36 am VEHICLE VEHICLE Please enter your comment! 12/4/2020 3:33 am VEHICLElast_img read more

House passes Perppu on COVID-19 response amid concerns of embezzlement

first_imgUnder the Perppu the central government is allowed to allocate more funds for coronavirus aid in this year’s state budget through a presidential regulation (Perpres), which does not require House approval.The government seeks to disburse Rp 405.1 trillion (US$24.6 billion) for COVID-19 measures, most of which would be allocated to support the economic recovery rather than health care.Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said in the plenary session that, in such a critical situation, all countries in the world should take extraordinary measures in accordance with their fiscal capabilities.Read also: Indonesia will emerge out of pandemic highly indebted. Every rupiah counts The House of Representatives has passed an executive order that will expand the government’s authority to allocate emergency coronavirus spending despite mounting public pressure to drop the regulation due to concerns of budget misappropriation and embezzlement.Regulation in Lieu of Law (Perppu) No. 1/2020 allows the government to extend the state budget deficit beyond the normal 3-percent-of-GDP limit and allocate extra spending to the COVID-19 response, while protecting officials from any legal charges as long as they act “in good faith and according to the law”.”Eight political party factions have agreed [to pass the regulation], while one faction, the PKS [Prosperous Justice Party] raised objections,” House Speaker Puan Maharani said at the House’s plenary session on Tuesday. “Countries that are fiscally prudent are now forced to widen their deficits,” Sri Mulyani said, adding that the government would maintain a debt-to-GDP ratio of below 60 percent.Two party factions from the government coalition, the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) and the Gerindra Party, previously voiced objections to the executive order, saying that it infringed the House’s right to deliberate the state budget and gave officials excessive power over the matter.However, both factions eventually agreed to endorse the Perppu in Tuesday’s plenary session following a House budget committee hearing with Sri Mulyani on May 4, in which lawmakers and the government agreed to pass the 2021 and 2022 state budgets through the normal process, not through a Perpres as in the case of the revised 2020 budget.The Perppu, however, has prompted a chorus of criticism from activists and civil society groups lambasting what they deem an absence of government oversight in the regulation that might lead to corruption.The objections revolve particularly around Article 27 of the regulation, which stipulates that the funds spent by the government to counter the economic impacts of the pandemic are considered to be “economic costs” rather than state losses. The article also shields officials responsible for fiscal and monetary policies from any legal charges behind the argument that they have acted in good faith.The Center for Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia (PSHTN FHUI), noted that the regulation had the potential to restore excessive power for the president, citing Article 12 of the Perppu that allows the state budget to be determined through a Perpres.Read also: COVID-19: Govt to allow people under 45 to work outside to prevent more layoffs“Such [provisions] will certainly give the president space to have absolute power in the state budget without the House’s approval” PSHTN FHUI chairman Mustafa Fakhri said.The Constitutional Court is currently reviewing the controversial provisions in the Perppu under a petition filed by a group of anticorruption activists, who argued that Article 27 violated the 1945 Constitution and several prevailing laws, including the 2003 law on state finances and the 2006 law on the Supreme Audit Agency.Boyamin Saiman from the Indonesian Anticorruption Community (MAKI), one of the plaintiffs challenging the Perppu, said they would immediately withdraw their petition from the Constitutional Court and submit a new one to demand that the court scrap Article 27.”We are happy that the House has passed the Perppu into law. Our petition will be more solid, because we are now facing two parties, the government and the House,” he said.Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly, however, asserted on Tuesday that the Perppu would not give officials impunity from graft charges if any of them were found to have committed corruption, saying that Article 27 only meant to ensure that the government could make swift decisions during the health crisis.”Corruption at the time of a disaster can be punished with the death sentence,” Yasonna said, citing a provision of the 2001 Corruption Law that stipulates that those committing corruption or self-enrichment that cause state losses during a national disaster may face capital punishment.Topics :last_img read more

Don Mattingly feeling secure with the Dodgers

first_imgDay 15 into spring training, he’s just about finished addressing his comfort level after working last season without the hammer of security and then expressing his reluctance of doing the same this year during his now infamous season-ending press conference.Soon after managing the Dodgers within two games of their first World Series since 1988, Mattingly expressed discomfort with working on only the one-year guaranteed contract that vested last October. It all came out in an awkward press conference in which Mattingly said he didn’t want to work where he wasn’t wanted. Meanwhile, an obviously uncomfortable Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti sat just a few feet away.A month later the Dodgers removed any uncertainty by awarding Mattingly with a new deal.Now he just wants to move on.“I’ve answered this way too many times,” Mattingly said. “I do feel comfortable, but honestly it’s really at a point where, can we talk about baseball and just get past that?”Perhaps.But it’s worth noting that in the overly captious eyes that observe him every day, a different Mattingly has been detected this spring.And whether Mattingly wishes to talk about it or not, his players certainly have picked up on it.“He expresses himself better,” relief pitcher J.P. Howell said. “It’s something he doesn’t know he’s doing. Not that he was forced, but it’s more natural.”Or, as studious catcher A.J. Ellis noticed during Mattingly’s season-opening team meeting two weeks ago, someone now at ease with being in control.“Just the confidence. You could feel it in that first meeting,” Ellis said. “He took complete control of the room, he controlled the conversation. He was really able to communicate the way that he wants us to go about the game.“You can tell that he did it with a conviction of ‘This is my team. I’m not going anywhere. This is the way I want the game to be played’ — and it’s the right way. That’s the way we should approach the game. He’s able to communicate that extremely well.”Whether the message is any different today than last spring really doesn’t matter. Nor is who’s delivering it.In the bottom-line world of professional sports, it’s who has the juice to enforce it.Mattingly, now armed with a a new contract, has it and the players know it.That isn’t to say they undercut him last year when his long-term future with the Dodgers was in doubt or disobeyed him.It’s just that now, all gray matter has been eliminated.This is unquestionably Mattingly’s Dodgers now.“It was kind of like, you could feel that he had the confidence and he can implement the way to play the game,” Ellis said. “The first time he had a three-year deal it was his first year as a manager. Now this is year four. He’s built up three years of managerial experience, now he has another three-year contract. He knows he’s going to be stable here, especially with the way we’re going to play. With the second three-year contract, he can really communicate the way the game should be played, the way that we should play it and the way that he’s going to manage it.”Or as Andre Ethier explained: “There was as little more ownership in him feeling like it really is his, coming from that perspective. He was, I guess, not too sure of where he stood. You could definitely see, I guess, him reflecting that in that talk right there.”Even if it’s just perceptually, that matters to players.Mattingly isn’t expressing anything different now than he always has with the Dodgers.Be prepared. Be ready to play. Be committed.Nor is he re-inventing the wheel.But what he’s saying is being received a little more attentively now that his future is secure.That’s the power of security. And that’s exactly why Mattingly was so reluctant to manage this year without it.“It’s the same thing with a player. You get an extension, you get some team to say ‘You’re their guy’ and all of a sudden people think you’re a better player because of that,” Ethier said. “Maybe that’s a part of that, where it’s more respect from outside people. A team’s committed to him longer, like with a player.“It’s nothing personal, it’s just across the board in baseball. A guy who’s an all right player, five or six years in the big leagues he’s a good player, then the team locks him up and everybody’s talking about him when he’s the same player he was before. Now just because a team committed to him in years and money, it opens up your eyes and he sees it that way. I think maybe it’s the same way with Donnie.”Not that he cares to talk about it.“To me, I’m just happy where I’m at,” Mattingly said.And that’s [email protected] @DailyNewsVinny on Twitter Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error GLENDALE, Ariz. — The steady rain pelting central Arizona on Saturday morning forced Dodgers manager Don Mattingly indoors to do his daily media session. A game against the Milwaukee Brewers loomed in a few hours, although mother nature didn’t appear to be cooperating. So for now about the only newsworthy items were injury updates on outfielder Matt Kemp and pitcher Zack Greinke, both of whom seem to be progressing well.Mattingly, on the cusp of his fourth year managing the Dodgers, delivered both reports comfortably and confidently. He was concise but informative. To the point, but still enlightening.It wasn’t necessarily in contrast to similar tasks he completed over his first three seasons leading the Dodgers. He’s always been cordial and informative.center_img But there is a definite ease to him that hasn’t always always been apparent in past years. Maybe it’s the result of the three-year contract extension the Dodgers gave him last winter, which provided him the security and peace of mind lacking all last season while working on an expiring contract.Maybe it’s just the familiarity of being in charge of the same team for four consecutive years, a virtual lifetime in the rapidly dwindling shelf life of modern-day managers.Whatever the case, Mattingly appears as comfortable as he’s ever been as the Dodgers skipper.Not that he’s real excited talking about it.last_img read more