Shannondoc operating but only by appointment FLOOD warnings have been issued for residential areas on the Limerick and Clare border this Monday as the excessively high water levels left in the wake of Storm Desmond continue to trouble home and farm owners throughout the country.It is understood that Clare County Council says it has been informed by the ESB of plans for a further significant release of water from the Parteen Weir.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Council says the volume of water planned for release is at a level which is likely to cause flooding of roads and could also potentially affect property in flood prone locations.The local authorities in both Limerick and Clare have engaged with the ESB so as to fully prepare and give notice to all potentially affected property owners in the southeast Clare area.Clare County Council is distributing sandbags to property owners in the Springfield area of Clonlara. It is also liaising with people with reduced mobility to ensure they are provided with access to and from their homes in the event of flooding.The Council will continue to monitor the “evolving situation”, in consultation with the ESB, An Garda Síochána and Limerick City and County Council.The ESB said “As the water in Lough Derg continues to rise, an increase in the level of water flowing down the old River Shannon will be required over the next number of days.“This increased volume of water is likely to lead to associated flooding of roads, land and property in the vicinity of the old River Shannon downstream of Parteen Weir including the areas of Springfield, Montpellier, Castle Connell, Mountshannon (Annacotty) and the University of Limerick”Limerick City and County Council is advising property owners in flood-prone locations, and motorists, to exercise vigilance over the coming days.The Council is also calling on property owners and landowners to ensure that drains and gullies on their property are kept clear to assist in the run-off of water.Flooding advice is available on www.flooding.ie. Information included on the website includes advice on identifying flooding risks, protecting property against flooding, necessary steps to be taken if a property is flooded and accessing and repairing property damaged by flooding.Limerick City and County Council’s Severe Weather Crisis Management Team has met and will continue to monitor the situation over the coming days. Further updates will issue as necessary. Advertisement NewsBreaking newsSandbags distributed as flooding expected in ClonlaraBy Staff Reporter – December 7, 2015 1171 Facebook Twitter Email No vaccines in Limerick yet Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Print TAGSfeatured Linkedin First Irish death from Coronavirus Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Previous article#video Weenz – Local Celebrity ft. Dirt & NiamhNext articleRacing – Limerick Trainer Enda Bolger Wins Horse Racing Ireland Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
By Rawle ToneyWITH just one month to go before Guyana kick off their 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers against Trinidad and Tobago, president of the Guyana Football Federation (CFF), Wayne Forde is worried that current guidelines set by the National COVID-19 Task Force will be a bugbear for the country’s preparation plans.Forde, appearing on NCN’s Guyana Today show yesterday, said while football in some parts of the world has returned under strict protocols by FIFA and the respective health officials, locally it’s a contrasting story.“Absolutely nothing is taking place because nothing can take place until such time that we have the approval and the guidance and protocols from the Ministry of Health and COVID-19 Task Force,” Forde said during an appearance on NCN’s Guyana Today TV show yesterday.Golden Jaguars were drawn in Group F in the CONCACAF zone of the 2022 Qatar World Cup Qualifier, alongside Trinidad and Tobago, St Kitts and Nevis, Puerto Rico and The Bahamas.GFF president Wayne FordeAccording to CONCACAF’s schedule for their leg of the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers, Golden Jaguars are set to travel to Trinidad and Tobago on October 8, where they will kick-off their campaign against the Soca Warriors.Following their game in the Twin Island Republic, Guyana will return home to play The Bahamas on Tuesday, October 13.On November 13, Guyana will travel to St Kitts & Nevis for their third game then host Puerto Rico on November 17.However, while most of the Jaguars’ overseas-based players have returned to action in their respective leagues, local football has been at a standstill since the pandemic in March, or, as ib the case of the GFF Elite League, since March of 2019.According to Forde, the situation puts his federation at a bothersome position, adding that they will have to engage the National COVID-19 Task Force on how they can proceed, while still observing all protocols.Forde noted that both the game’s global body, FIFA and CONCACAF are closely monitoring the situation for the participating countries, while revealing that GFF has been providing “constant update to them, so I’m sure in a matter of days we’ll be formerly notified by the decisions of FIFA and CONCACAF that will help to mitigate what we anticipate will be a real problem, if we’re unable to prepare properly.”In a recent report in Chronicle Sport, Marcio Máximo, Golden Jaguars head coach related that he has been meeting virtually with members of GFF’s technical department, pointing out that along with coach Wilson Toledo and once Government gives the approval for sporting activities to resume, the local staff will immediately start the training.Guyana’s best performance at a FIFA World Cup qualifier tournament came in the run-up to the 2014 edition, where the Golden Jaguars had reached the penultimate round of the CONCACAF Zone.
The first session of the new Executive board will be held on Friday. At this session, the members of the Executive Board will present the new president and chose the new coach of the team. In the competition for the new coach are Milomir Šešlija, Momčilo Stanić and Zoran Erbez.The new president of the Premier League team from East Sarajevo is Slobodan Ujić. This decision was made at the Assembly of the club.
Authorities say there could be a break in the cold-case murder of JonBenet Ramsey after her photographer was recently arrested for child porn.The very age-inappropriate shot of JonBenet Ramsey from her very last photo session is taking on a whole new significance today.The photographer of the photo, Randy Simons, was recently arrested for possessing child pornography, prompting some to wonder whether he could be behind the little girl’s mysterious death.Former Denver District Attorney Craig Silverman said Simons was always a person of interest in JonBenet’s 1996 murder.No one has ever been charged.
Facebook4Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County ChamberThe 2018 LTC Graduates are:Rodney AndersonHeidi AndradeJana AyresShawn BallKrystal BarkusPaulette BeadlingDaniel BernerBruce BrennaAlbert BrownCraig ClarkErin ConineBryon DahlMeagan DarrowMoira DavinRobb DunnJJ GeiseLynda GreenWendy HillPamela Holsinger-FuchsRoss JarvisSamantha JenkinsShirley JonesPaul KoleberBrock LeJeffery LippertNathan MageeTravis MathesonAlexis MillerNatalie SkovranChantelle Petrone MarkerHarry PickernellZach PowersTerri PratherKen RiceTim RudloffRudy RudolphLeslie ShahanRyan WarnerRebekah ZinnLeadership Thurston County (LTC) and the Thurston County Chamber Foundation are pleased to recognize members of the Class of 2018, the 24th graduating LTC class. Sponsored by The Wave Car Wash, the graduation program will be held June 13 during the monthly Thurston County Chamber Forum.During the 10-month program, LTC class members met with local, community, and statewide leaders; learned about issues surrounding South Sound communities; expanded networks and resources; and explored numerous opportunities to get involved. Topics ranged from business and economic development to environmental issues, education, and health and human services. Site visits included tours of local businesses, schools, public agencies, and non-profit organizations.MANY THANKS to Graduation Sponsor The Wave Car Wash, all the employers who sponsored participants, local leaders who contributed to the monthly sessions, LTC Sustaining Trustees and Board of Regents, and the Thurston County Chamber for all their outstanding support during the past LTC year!Are you an alumni of Leadership Thurston County? Join us after graduation for an all class reunion from 4-7pm at River’s Edge!Meet the newest alumni, reconnect with your class, and enjoy an evening of leadership connections. Complimentary appetizers provided, no-host bar.The Class of 2018 is the 24th graduating class of Leadership Thurston County and we look forward to celebrating with alumni from across the years.For further information, please call Alisha Blain, program coordinator, at 360-357-8515 or email [email protected] Thurston County is a program of the Thurston County Chamber Foundation and has been developing informed, skilled and committed community leaders since 1994. For information, please go to http://leadthurstoncounty.com/.Photo courtesy: Leadership Thurston County, features class of 2018.