Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCO.ng) 2019 Annual Report

first_imgSkyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCO.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Transport sector has released it’s 2019 annual report.For more information about Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCO.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCO.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Skyway Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCO.ng)  2019 annual report.Company ProfileSkyway Aviation Handling Company Plc (SAHCO) is 100% owned by the Sifax Group and incorporated as an Aviation Ground Handling Service Provider under the Nigerian Company & Allied Matters Act of 1990. SAHCOL which was formerly known as Skypower Aviation Handling Company Plc (SAHCO), before it was privatized and handed over to the Sifax Group on the 23rd of December 2009, was carved out of the liquidated Nigeria Airways Limited as part of the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Aviation’s reform of 1996. SAHCO involves all the actions that take place from the time an aircraft touches down on the tarmac to the time it is airborne. It also ensures that the right assignment is carried out in an efficient, speedy and safe manner, deploying the right tools. Skyway Aviation Handling Company Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Star number ten well and truly cleaned up in big tackle by Wellington youngster

first_imgSaturday Sep 29, 2018 Star number ten well and truly cleaned up in big tackle by Wellington youngster Tasman beat Wellington 28-22 in an entertaining game of Mitre 10 Cup rugby in Wellington earlier today. Both sides showed huge physicality and skill throughout, but it’s Tasman who move to the top of the table. ADVERTISEMENTTasman number ten Mitch Hunt was a key player for the visitors, making some crucial long passes and breaking the line on more than one occasion.But midway through the second half the Crusaders and Tasman pivot got well and truly cleaned up by young Billy Proctor.The hit was perfectly timed and executed, getting the better of the more experienced Hunt and also forcing a turnover.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Regardless, Tasman was the better side on the night and the win sees them edge Auckland at the top of the Mitre 10 Cup Premiership standings, albeit having played an extra game.“I’m really proud of the boys and the way they stuck out the last 20 minutes,” said Tasman captain David Havili.ADVERTISEMENT“They’re a bloody good side and I’m so glad we kept them out. It’s not easy to break the line in this Mitre 10 Cup, so we just built phases and slowly broke them down.”Tasman head to Dunedin to face Otago next Sunday, while Wellington host Auckland on Thursday.Watch the match highlights belowADVERTISEMENTcredit: allblacks/skysportnz/rugbypass Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Big Hits & Dirty Play Related Articles 25 WEEKS AGO Suspensions handed down after testicle grabbing… 26 WEEKS AGO The ‘double ruffle’ splits opinion with fans… 26 WEEKS AGO WATCH: The nastiest and most brutal moments… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedUrologists Stunned: Forget the Blue Pill, This “Fixes” Your EDSmart Life ReportsYou Won’t Believe What the World’s Most Beautiful Girl Looks Like TodayNueeyIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingWrinkle Remedy Stuns TV Judges: Forget Surgery, Do This Once DailySmart Life Reports30+ Everyday Items With A Secret Hidden PurposeNueeyThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

Guardian Charity Awards 2003 winners announced

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Guardian Charity Awards 2003 winners announced Tagged with: Awards Digital Giving/Philanthropy Howard Lake | 2 October 2003 | News Five small charities with annual incomes of below £1 million have won this year’s Guardian Charity Awards.The winners were Theodora Children’s Trust, The Shilbottle Skills Centre, Friends of the Earth Scotland, No Panic, and Ace of Clubs. Each received a payment of £5,000 and they will also be given a free Web site designed by smartchange.org.The awards recognise outstanding contributions made to social welfare by small charities. They are sponsored by Sainsbury’s. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.  28 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

Anderson Agbioscience Company Italpollina Acquires New Company

first_img SHARE Anderson Agbioscience Company Italpollina Acquires New Company By Hoosier Ag Today – Mar 25, 2019 Home Indiana Agriculture News Anderson Agbioscience Company Italpollina Acquires New Company Facebook Twitter SHARE Italpollina, a global leader in the production of organic fertilizers, beneficial microbials and 100 percent vegetal-based biostimulants, is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Sarasota, Florida-based (USA) Horticultural Alliance Inc. which specializes in an organic approach to plant health and maintenance through the use of mycorrhizal inoculants and beneficial bacteria in horticulture.“For more than 50 years, Italpollina has developed innovative solutions to enhance agriculture,” said Jon Leman, commercial vice president, Italpollina USA Inc. “With the common need for increased plant growth and quality markers and a reduction of loss due to various stresses, Italpollina products have experienced an increase in interest from the horticultural segment. This transaction provides an efficient route to the landscape and nursery markets for Italpollina products – especially our line of beneficial microbials which will be used as source ingredients. And it opens the door to a tremendous growth opportunity for the ‘HELLO NATURE Family of Products’ in the United States.”James J. Quinn founded Horticultural Alliance Inc. in 1997, creating products to change the way trees and shrubs were planted for forward-thinking horticulture professionals. Soon after, he became familiar with Italpollina while in Europe and he has had his eye on the company since. “When it became time to pass the torch, Italpollina was my choice,” says Quinn. ”This transaction is a fantastic opportunity for our customers to grow the biological side of their business with a proven winner. Italpollina products are quite simply the highest quality available anywhere.”This company expansion provides Italpollina a second location in the United States, joining the recently completed 70,000-square-foot North American headquarters in Anderson, Indiana. “We have made a commitment to meeting the demands of the North American market,” said Luca Bonini, CEO of Italpollina. “And we will continue our drive to develop production technologies and distribution strategies to support agriculture as well as other segments in need of sustainable solutions.”Source: Italpollina Facebook Twitter Previous articleMillerCoors Suing Anheuser-Busch of Corn Syrup CommercialsNext articleFlood Damages Now Estimated at $3 Billion Hoosier Ag Todaylast_img read more

Commentary: Santa Finds it Hard to be Jolly in a Modern…

first_img SHARE Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Commentary Commentary: Santa Finds it Hard to be Jolly in a Modern World Commentary: Santa Finds it Hard to be Jolly in a Modern World By Gary Truitt – Dec 22, 2019 “Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” Clement Clark Moore would have found it impossible to write his classic “A Visit from St. Nicholas” poem today. Government regulations, social activists, and political correctness would have kept that “jolly old elf” from making his annual trip.First of all, Santa would have not been allowed to use reindeer.  Given the current situation with animal diseases, Santa would have never been permitted by APHIS to move his animals from state to state and country to country. Coming from the North Pole, it is likely he would have been stopped at the US/Canada border and prevented from bringing his livestock across the border. If that were not enough to stop him, it is likely HSUS would have lobbied Congress for legislation that prevents reindeer from being used to pull a sleigh. Mercy for Animals would have produced and placed on the internet an undercover video of elves at the North Pole calling Rudolph names and keeping him in isolation from the rest of his herd.As for that famous workshop, the image of happy elves working all year long making toys is a joke. It is likely that the Federal authorities would have raided the place looking for undocumented workers. It is also possible the elves would be unionized and have paid vacations, sick days, 401Ks, workman’s comp, grievance procedures, and sexual harassment policies. Santa would also have problems because the Affordable Care Act does not recognize heath plans for elves as being in compliance.That master list that Santa checks twice would be obsolete. First, the kind of behavior that used to be considered as naughty is now acceptable, and many parents would be offended to have some strange old guy say their kids were naughty. Poor old Santa would also not be able to label gifts for girls and boys since this would not be inclusive. Also, today there is a good deal of confusion about ones gender and as a result it may change from year to year.Those children who sat on Santa’s lap at the mall and whispered their wishes to the jolly old elf would also be disappointed on Christmas morning since Santa would not be able to repeat the children’s list to his elves without running afoul of the government’s privacy protection procedures. Although, Santa’s list has likely already been hacked by the Russians and put on the internet by WikiLeaks.Old Saint Nick would be downright flummoxed when it came to choosing gifts for today’s modern children. Toys that aim or shoot would be too violent. Even gifts that in any way resemble the shape of a gun would cause a media frenzy. No candy or sweets; they are bad for the teeth. Fairy tale books are not acceptable because they promote traditional values, and video games turn kids’ brains to mush. Dolls are too sexist, and anything religious is bound to offend. With baseballs and soccer balls, one might get hurt; and these games discriminate against non-athletic children.  Even gifts for adults would be hard to find. Nothing with fur, leather, tobacco, or alcohol would be acceptable. Most holiday food gifts would not be acceptable. Cookies, fruit cake, and eggnog are leading causes of obesity and could result in Santa getting sued. If by some chance, Kris Kringle did figure out what gifts he could bring without violation or offence, where would he put them? More and more the Christmas tree is being banished as environmentally unsustainable.Even Santa himself would find it hard to exist in our world today.  PETA would be after him because he wears fur. The Surgeon General would be after him for the secondhand smoke spread by his pipe. Since he spends his time in the “ashes and soot,” OSHA would have required him to wear a respirator. Then there is that paunch that “shakes like a bowl full of jelly.” The Food and Drug Administration would have had something to say about Santa’s eating habits. Santa Claus has been an honored and revered folk hero for centuries; but, increasingly, he is portrayed as a symbol of materialism, over-consumption, and racism. And speaking of race, Santa’s ethnicity is now a controversial subject.When I was growing up, we always left hot cocoa and cookies out for the Christmas Eve visitor. Today, it would likely be almond milk waiting for Santa; and, if the cookies contained any genetically modified ingredients, trans fats, antibiotics, nuts, or gluten, they would have to be labeled.Thank goodness the tradition of Santa Claus developed at a time when people were more important than policies… a time when ritual was as important as rights and regulations… a time when the Christmas season was about joy and love instead of parties and presents. This week, don’t let the cacophony of our modern world drown out the real message of God’s gift of His Son to redeem a lost, sinful, and really confused world.From all of us at Hoosier Ag Today: Merry Christmas!!! Previous articleUSMCA Senate Prospects, Markup January 7, 2020Next articleBraun: China Playing For Keeps Gary Truittlast_img read more

The Genomics of Your Soil

first_imgHome News Feed The Genomics of Your Soil By Gary Truitt – Dec 9, 2020 The Genomics of Your Soil SHARE Facebook Twitter SHARE Audio Playerhttps://hoosieragtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/FS-wrap.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The key to your next yield breakthrough may not be put in or on your soil but what is already in your soil.Soil tests have typically measured the level fertility in your fields; now new tests can analyze the genomics of our soil. New biological fertilizer products represent a new era in crop yields, says Dr. Anna Herzberger, with Growmark FS.“What we see  the new frontier is oil biological testing.  It is not possible to do genomic sequencing of soil,” she states.Herzberger says Growmark has launched a new research project called Ag Validity trials to determine which biological products work the best in specific farming operations.“I feel we are about to break a yield ceiling.” She adds that, throughout history, we have had times when we were able to achieve significant jumps in yields, “The use of biologicals and the focus on soil health may be the next big break.”The Ag Validity project takes new biological products and evaluates them on actual farms. Data is collected over multiple years to determine the best and most effective products. “This will provide farmers with the assurance that these products will work in their operation,” says HerzbergerIf you are interested in participating in this project, contact your local FS representative.Dr. Anna Herzberger has joined the GROWMARK Agronomy Services team as a Technical Agronomist where she provides soils and soil fertility trainings. Herzberger grew up on her family farm in Virginia, IL, where they grew corn and soybeans. She received a B.S. Degree in Biology from Eastern Illinois University and then a Ph.D. in Plant, Soils, and Microbial Sciences from Michigan State University. Facebook Twitter Previous articleUSDA Announces Increase to Certain Incentive Payments for Continuous Conservation Reserve ProgramNext articleThe Genomics of Your Soil, Even Warmer Today, and Vilsack Back at USDA? It’s the HAT Thursday Podcast Gary Truittlast_img read more

Concentration of Ownership puts Cambodian Media at risk

first_img January 8, 2016 – Updated on March 8, 2016 Concentration of Ownership puts Cambodian Media at risk News January 21, 2021 Find out more RSF_en Receive email alerts Phnom Penh – December 2nd, 2015Today in Phnom Penh, the publicly available database www.who-owns-the-media-kh.com has been launched to present all the research findings and to provide continuously updated information to the general public as well as towards civil society advocates and political decision makers. On this occasion, also possible recommendations on media regulation and concentration control were discussed in a public debate. Initiated by the international press freedom organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF), the Media Ownership Monitor (MOM) project is a global research and advocacy effort to promote transparency and media pluralism at an international level. The first country study was published in Colombia earlier in 2015.In Cambodia, the MOM was conducted together with the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (CCIM) from September 28th to November 30th.Based on a standardized and transparent methodology, MOM assesses the most relevant Cambodian media outlets across all types of media (TV, radio, print, online) based on their respective audience shares. The data related to media consumption was provided by the Cambodian Media Research & Development (CMRD). to go further Key findings show:• The TV sector is the most popular and at the same time the most concentrated media sector: the top 4 media companies (CBS Co. Ltd., HANG MEAS Video Co., MICA MEDIA, Co. Ltd, PPCTV Co. Ltd) gather 78% of the viewership. Moreover, 7 of 10 relevant TV channels belong to owners affiliated to the ruling party. This means that they are either on the government payroll or appointed as advisors. • While the PRINT sector is also highly concentrated with the top 4 outlets reaching 59% of the audience, it is important to keep in mind that only one out of 10 Cambodians reads newspapers or magazines. • The Top 4 RADIO stations cover 43% of the audience in Cambodia, which reveals a medium concentration. It is most fragmented, with 8 of the 10 most relevant radio stations, reaching between 3-6% of the audience. • ONLINE news websites are amongst the most popular websites of the country, although the interest for online news remains still limited. It is also important to highlight that the limited amount of data available related to ISPs and phone operators in the country does not allow to fully show the structure of the Internet distribution. • The Top 4 Media corporations and owners (Royal Group, Hang Meas, Hun Mana & Seng Bunveng) together reach 83.4% of the audience across all media sectors. This proofs an exceptionally high concentration of media companies that have a potential influence on public opinion. • The Cambodian Broadcasting Service (CBS) Corporation, that alone gathers 47% in the TV sector, is by far the most important media group in Cambodia. Owned by The Royal Group and established in 2003, CBS counts at least three media-related sister companies ranging from phone operations to digital TV and Internet Service Providers. This makes its owner, Kith Meng, one of the most influential media owners with the potentially highest leverage on public opinion in Cambodia.“Mass media shape the public opinion. Therefore, media pluralism and independence is indispensable for any healthy democratic system. This must include the possibility of criticizing people in power in order to hold them accountable,” says Christian Mihr, Executive Director of the German section of Reporters Without Borders (RSF) on the occasion of his visit to Phnom Penh. “Such a high degree of media concentration as well as political and economical affiliations as we found here in Cambodia puts media pluralism in jeopardy. Furthermore it discourages critical reporting”. He also referred to the annual World Press Freedom Index produced by Reporters without Borders where Cambodia ranks only 139th out of 180 countries.The MOM team encountered two main obstacles during the research process:• The lack of corporate financial data related to the media sector made it impossible to evaluate the economic impact and dimension of concentration.• While there was little public information on ownership structures available, proactively contacted media outlets proved very reluctant to respond: only one third provided complete data upon request. Pa Ngounteang, CCIM Executive Director and operating director of the radio station Voice of Democracy, calls on his fellow media professionals: “All media outlets should be accountable to their audience, to ensure plurality of content and to serve the interests of Cambodian people. Transparency and accountability are inseparable. Transparency of ownership structures not only provides the basis for a more reliable journalism in the newsroom itself but also for its credibility”.The investigation also highlights the following: • Media regulation in Cambodia is in its infancy. The high degree of concentration illustrates the lack of an appropriate legal framework.• The Ministry of Information appears in a critical role being the sole authority to officially allocate and revoke licenses in an opaque process, instead of establishing and entrusting an independent media authority.Christian Mihr concludes: “We encourage the government and legislators to set up an independent body to regulate media concentration and ownership in the country, including a transparent licensing regime as a prerequisite.” Media Contacts :Reporters without Borders / MoM projectUlrike Gruska / Christoph Dreyer, media relations [email protected]: +49 30 60 98 95 33-55Reporters Without Borders / International HeadquartersPerrine Daubas, Head of Communication and [email protected]: +33 1 44 83 84 83Cambodian Center for Independent Media CCIMPa Ngounteang, CCIM Executive Director [email protected]: 060 409999http://www.ccimcambodia.org CambodiaAsia – Pacific News February 24, 2021 Find out more Google experiments drop Australian media from search results December 28, 2020 Find out more CambodiaAsia – Pacific RSF decries Cambodian plan for Chinese-style “Great Firewall” Help by sharing this information Organisation Reporters Without Borders’ Media Ownership Monitor (MOM) provides transparency in the Cambodian media market and reveals high levels of ownership concentration. 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Madrid judge stands by decision to charge three US soldiers with Spanish cameraman’s murder

first_imgNews Receive email alerts ———————————————————-17 january 2007International arrest warrant for three US soldiers responsible for Spanish cameraman’s death in BaghdadReporters Without Borders today welcomed the international warrant issued by a Madrid judge yesterday for the arrest of three US soldiers for the “murder” of Spanish cameraman José Couso of the privately-owned TV station Telecinco, who was killed on 8 April 2003 when a US tank fired a shell at a Baghdad hotel used by the international media.“We hope that judge Santiago Pedraz’s decision to issue an international arrest warrant for the three US soldiers responsible for firing the shell that killed Couso means they will finally be required to explain their actions before a court,” the press freedom organisation said.“We also hope this will help people to understand that the safety of journalists in war zones is not an abstract issue and requires urgent action,” Reporters Without Borders continued. “The UN security council’s unanimous adoption of Resolution 1738 on the protection of journalists in war zones on 23 December served as a reminder that the death of journalists should not be seen as something that is unavoidable.”The warrant issued yesterday by Judge Pedraz names Sgt. Thomas Gibson, Capt. Philip Wolford and Lt. Col. Philip de Camp, who were the three soldiers in charge of the tank that fired the shell at the Hotel Palestine. The judge said consideration should also be given to the possibility of freezing their assets in case they are ordered to pay compensation to the Couso family.The US embassy in Madrid said Couso’s death was already the subject of an investigation which concluded that the soldiers acted according to the rules of engagement in force in that war zone. The Couso family lawyer, Leopoldo Torres Boursault, said he would not hesitate to seek the application of UN security council Resolution 1738 if he failed to obtain their extradition.If the US authorities refuse to extradite the three soldiers, they could still be arrested if they travel to a country which has signed an extradition accord with Spain.The US army concluded in a report in 2003 that “no misconduct or negligence” had been committed by the coalition forces and the shell had been targeted at what was believed to have been a source of enemy fire. Judge Pedraz already issued arrest warrants for the three US soldiers in October 2005, as well as two requests for statements to be take from them, but no action was taken after a criminal court dismissed the case in March 2006. However, the supreme court overruled that decision on 5 December, ordering that the investigation into Couso’s death should be reopened.At total of 146 journalists and media assistants have been killed since the start of the war in Iraq, which is twice the number killed in the Vietnam war. Organisation SpainEurope – Central Asia RSF and 60 other organisations call for an EU anti-SLAPP directive Follow the news on Spain to go further SpainEurope – Central Asia April 27, 2021 Find out more RSF_en May 25, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Madrid judge stands by decision to charge three US soldiers with Spanish cameraman’s murder News Two Spanish journalists killed in eastern Burkina Faso June 2, 2021 Find out more December 2, 2020 Find out more Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU News Madrid investigating judge Santiago Pedraz announced on 24 May that he has rejected an appeal by the prosecutor’s office against his decision to indict three US soldiers for the murder of Spanish cameraman José Couso, who was killed when a US tank shelled the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad on 8 April 2003. Prosecutor Jesús Alonso had appealed against the indictment on the grounds that there was “insufficient evidence” to bring a prosecution. It now falls to a panel of National Court judges to take the final decision on whether to proceed.On 16 January, Judge Pedraz issued an international warrant for the arrests of Sgt. Shawn (“Tom”) Gibson, Capt. Philip Wolford and Lt. Col. Philip de Camp, who were the three soldiers in charge of the tank that fired the shell.The US authorities have until now ignored this warrant and the judge’s previous requests for their arrests or for statements to be taken from them. But the three soldiers could still be arrested if they travel to a country which has signed an extradition accord with Spain.A criminal court’s decision early last year to drop the case was overruled in December by the supreme court, which ordered that it should be reopened on the grounds that “the Spanish courts are competent to investigate (the case), in accordance with the principle of universal justice.” Help by sharing this information Newslast_img read more

Retiring Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard Recognized by The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

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BUILDING PERMITS: Mar. 19 – Mar. 23, 2018

first_imgTotal value (2018 year to date): $ 86,910,819.42Total permits (2017): 1,759Total value (2017): $311,109,404.04 Facebook By admin – April 1, 2018 BUILDING PERMITS: Mar. 19 – Mar. 23, 2018 WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp New City of Odessa logo NEW RESIDENTIALSPermian Homes Inc., 5800 Socorro Drive, $228,000; Permian Homes Inc., 5803 Socorro Drive, $216,000; Permian Homes Inc., 5807 Socorro Drive, $225,000; Betenbough Betenbough, 1800 Big Easy St., $263,275; F. Francos Custom/Wood Work, 12 Maravilla Circle, $450,000; Permian Homes Inc., 5805 Socorro Drive, $165,600; KVC, 612 Fitch Ave., $100,000; KVC, 614 Fitch Ave., $100,000; Permian Homes Inc., 56 Berkshire Circle, $271,620; Permian Homes Inc., 1915 Boise Drive, $170,730; Permian Homes Inc., 5806 Socorro Drive, $163,980; Bassett Construction Inc., 19 Laurel Valley Drive, $365,000; G. Cruz Construction/Gonzalo Cruz, 1806 Canal St., $200,000; G. Cruz Construction/Gonzalo Cruz, 1810 Canal St., $200,000; G. Cruz Construction/Gonzalo Cruz, 1812 Canal St.; Silverleaf Communities, 6001 Socorro Drive, $234,900; Silverleaf Communities, 5905 Socorro Drive, $234,900; KVC, 1103 Honeysuckle Ave., $100,000; F. Francos Custom/Wood Work F., 132 Blue Drive, $120,000; F. Francos Custom/Wood Work F., 130 Blue Drive, $120,000; Pina Pools/Cliff Ward, 15 Maravilla Circle, $60,000.Total: 21 permits, $3,989,005RESIDENTIAL ALTERATIONS ADDITIONS & CONVERSIONSSteven Fuentes/Jamie Rojo, 4909 Lancaster Drive, $34,000; Raul Collado, 521 E. 43rd St., $8,000; Tyler Phillips/Tammy Armstrong, 3412 Clearmont St., $2,600; Lorina Zavala, 600 Amburgey Ave., $8,100; Heath Homes LLC/Allison Heath, 312 McKnight Drive, $45,000; Rita Aguayo, 7040 XIT Ranch Road, $2,000; Jose Luijan, 708 Blackstone Ave., $38,000; David O’Cain, 3735 Scarlet Ave., $50,000; Ran Mar Services/Todd Cullison, 2721 Fair Oaks Circle, $75,000; Juanita Porras, 414 Snyder St., $7,000; Juan Rodriguez, 410 Santa Rosa Ave., $3,000; Federico Flores, 805 Fitch Ave., $600; Richard Olague, 9301 Agave Ave., $4,000; Maria Zubiate, 1840 E. 49th St., $800; Maria Zubiate, 1840 E. 49th St., $800Total: 15 permits, $278,900COMMERCIAL ALTERATIONS ADDITIONS & CONVERSIONSMedina Metal Building Ken Slaugther, 3517 Andrews Highway, $1,500; Saenz Christine Saenz Christine, 809 Fall St., $15,000; Aire Flow Filter Iinc/Mathew Sloan, 681 S. Faudree Road, $9,600; DeAnna Hadot/American Tower Corp, 1821 E. Yukon Road, $15,000; Daniel Villalobos/Jennifer Pomroy, 2936 E. Interstate 20, $9,000; Vertical Communications, 4101 E. 42nd St., $15,000; Vertical Communications, 2851 E. Pearl St., $15,000; Epic Communications Inc, 1300 W. 10th St., $15,000; Paul Miller, 3654 N. Dixie Blvd., $6,000.Total: 9 permits, $101,100CHANGE OF USEKeith Solley, 1117 E. Eighth St.; Justin Granado, 105 S. Grant Ave.Total: 2 permitsTotal permits: 47Total value: $4,369,005Total permits (2018 year to date): 501center_img Pinterest Twitter Twitter Pinterest Previous articleELAM: Volatility rises, commodity rally on holdNext articleBoard to discuss TRE, bond, rezoning admin Local NewsBusinesslast_img read more