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And they do it in this Auburn Greens complex,” he said.

Auburn Greens’ on site management closed its window as KCRA 3 pulled into the parking lot and subsequently posted a sign saying the office was closed. A phone call to the office was not returned.

Placer County residents living in Auburn Greens say this new HOA policy is unfair and puts their belongings at risk of being stolen. On site manager closed the door as we pulled up, and the management company hasn’t returned our messages. Story at 5. A phone call and email to the district manager was not returned.

A spokesman for the California Association of Homeowners Associations said it’s possible for an HOA to create this kind of rule. He added that California civil code sets the laws for making rule changes, which typically require a vote of the owners. It’s not clear whether that took place.

John Sprankling, a professor at the McGeorge School of Law, said there’s likely no law prohibiting this move. However, he said the law states that a rule must be considered reasonable, which can be a difficult thing to argue.

A judge would ultimately decide whether this rule is reasonable, he said. Based on the circumstances, Sprankling believes a judge would rule against the policy because it provides security concerns and added that the board can find a less intrusive way of meeting its goals.
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It was symptomatic of the muddle that is Edmonton Opera new production of Gilbert and Sullivan HMS Pinafore that the tenor Adrian Kramer as Ralph Rackstraw, responding to he is an Englishman, used a real British naval salute, while every other sailor gave the British army version.

Why they were using military salutes at all was unclear. For, following a long tradition of re envisaging the 1878 comic opera (including one placing it on a 1944 troop ship with swing music), director Robert Herriot and conductor Peter Dala decided to set the production, which opened at the Jubilee on Saturday, in the Roaring 1920s, on a civilian Cunard liner.

This concept had the potential for brilliance. The Cunarders, as they were called, were the luxury transatlantic ships of the day, the height of fashion and famous for their opulence. Through most of the 1920s, Cunard flagship the RMS Mauretania held the Blue Riband for the fastest westbound crossing (the RMS designated a civilian ship, standing for Royal Mail Ship).

Stage designer Camellia Koo responded with a vivid and attractive set, showing a funnel, the bridge, and the prow of one of these great liners, stretching out over the orchestra pit for the orchestra is the ship band, on deck, to play for the passengers and crew.

To further the transformation, Edmonton Opera had commissioned New York composer Ed Windels to create new arrangements of the music for a jazz band or orchestra. However, to muddy these waters, only some of the music associated with the younger characters in the cast was jazzed up. Sometimes Sullivan own orchestration associated with the older fogeys morphed mid song into jazz.

The genius of Gilbert and Sullivan creation is that it combines an entertaining comic love story with digs at operatic styles and very sharp satire specifically class prejudice and the gap between the very rich and the rest of us, the unthinking promotion of patriotism, and old men in positions of power harassing younger women.

The cast of Edmonton Opera’s HMS Pinafore performs on stage at the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton.

Sound familiar? Here we have three of today major concerns, right down to MeToo prime material to reflect the themes of our own times in the opera satire.

The first confusion was that, instead of carrying the idea through, this production keeps the name of the ship a naval name and all the naval references in the text. This was in spite of much of that text being changed (easily noticeable from the surtitles when Gilbert is being used, the quality is palpably higher). Sir Joseph Porter is still the First Lord of the Admiralty.

None of this made sense, and simply negated the whole point of setting it on a civilian liner. How really easy it would have been to retitle the opera RMS Pinafore, rework the strictly naval references, and, for example, simply change Sir Joseph Porter to the chairman of the Cunard board.

The switch backwards and forwards from the original scoring to jazz was equally disappointing, in part because Windels arrangements were almost completely without flair or musical interest. The exception was the mournful saxophone that intruded into a couple of Buttercup numbers (she was engagingly played by Bridget Ryan), but this was a Film Noir effect.

There are so many 1920s jazz classical crossovers from whom Windels could have picked up cues, from German composers such as Hindemith, Weill, and K to those working in Paris such as Martinu and Milhaud just as Sullivan himself picked up cues from Italian opera.

Some of the cast struggled, too, with the switch Vanessa Oude Reimerink as Josephine, for example, was fine singing the Sullivan, but had problems finding any sort of jazz voice for the Windels sections.

Sir Joseph’s sisters, cousins and aunts in a scene from Edmonton Opera’s HMS Pinafore at the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton. The show opened Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018.

As ineffective was the movement. The general staging was fussy, inconsistent, and with constant charging around and waving of hands. Jason Hardwick choreography seemed half implemented (there was only one convincing 1920s dancer in the chorus), and the visual opportunities to pick up on the disciplined patterned dancing styles of early American Broadway musicals were ignored.

Even Koo striking set showed its limitations here, placing almost all the action in one area, centre stage left and the incongruous moving staircases added little to the mise en sc disappointing of all, there was no attempt whatsoever to utilize the satirical possibilities. The opera was played as out and out farce in a British music hall style indeed, Sir Joseph Porter was played by Glenn Nelson in British style, losing some of the timing and punch of his one liners, and nullifying any potential MeToo resonances.

It was very difficult to see what the point of this production was. If it was simply entertainment, then that entertainment was pretty lacklustre. If it was to make one rethink the work, then the failure to carry any of that rethinking right through nullified that. If it was to update the satire well, there was no satire or social commentary here.

I have greatly admired the productions Herriot has done and doubtless will continue to do for Edmonton Opera. They have been imaginative, entertaining, and thought provoking. This had the potential to be all three, and one wondered whether the conception was simply too big to pull off in relatively short rehearsal times.

Starring: Adrian Kramer, Glenn Nelson, Bridget Ryan, and Vanessa Oude ReimerinkNext performances: Tuesday, Feb.
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The drought spanning four consecutive poor rainy seasons has forced millions from their homes and left hundreds of thousands of children malnourished. One in four people in the Horn of Africa nation faces the risk of hunger. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said donors raised enough funds in 2017 to avert famine and stave off an outbreak of cholera, but the situation was set to worsen this year without sufficient aid.

“We are likely to see sectors such as shelter being sub funded, and then you will see people out in the open, with no adequate shelter and having very little to conduct their lives with,” said Peter de Clercq, head of OCHA in Somalia.

“We will also see more children with acute malnutrition, and there will be less children in school,” he said by video conference from Mogadishu, the Somali capital.

Somalia’s 2011 famine killed 260,000 people, half of whom died before the official declaration of famine, caused by drought, war and lack of access for humanitarian aid.

The country has been mired in conflict since 1991. Its weak, Western backed government is struggling to assert control over poor, rural areas under the Islamist militant group al Shabaab challenging the delivery of aid to the most needy.

Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre thanked the international community for the $1.3 billion raised last year, but warned there was no room for complacency.

“Drought and conflict will continue to affect the lives of millions of Somalis. They will continue to displace thousands more. I request on behalf of the government and Somali people for continued support from international partners.”.
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The Shanghai pilot for foreign hedge funds

The Shanghai Municipal Government Financial Services Office (FSO) is preparing to launch the Qualified Domestic Limited Partner Program (QDLP), a pilot program that will permit qualifying foreign hedge funds to raise RMB denominated funds in mainland China. Under current law, domestic investors are not permitted to invest in foreign hedge funds without certain government approvals that are difficult to secure. The new QDLP measures are significant in that they will, for the first time, open the China market to fundraising by foreign hedge fund managers. Following implementation, QDLP is expected to have a major impact on international fund managers that are interested in China sizeable institutional market.

Under the QDLP, the capital raised in China must be invested in foreign markets. The QDLP is expected to operate for a period of six to 18 months. After that period, other hedge fund managers will be eligible to submit applications for approval to participate in the new scheme. The initial QDLP participants are expected to be limited in number. Recent media reports, as yet not formally confirmed by the FSO, suggest that the initial quota for the trial program will be US$5 billion and that this should see a stable expansion over the next five years to at least US$60 billion by 2017. After the pilot inaugural phase, it is expected that a higher number and wider range of hedge fund managers will be eligible to participate in the QDLP scheme. The QDLP rules are expected to be formally released during the next few months.

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“Everybody used to go there. My father used to play cards there every single day in one of the rooms. People stayed there that I knew. We went to the restaurant every week,” says Punxsy native Lisa Pete, who moved to New York City.

Fleckenstein says at one time, the Barletta family kept the 62 room historic hotel that topped by a ballroom in high style, but as family members moved on, it was sold. He says the next owner ran into financial trouble.

“There a significant lien holder on the property, a person who has a lot of money tied up in it, and lent the money to the previous owner,” says Fleckenstein.

Meantime, he says the longer it sits, the worse the condition, while the lien holder waits to get money back.

“Him or his group paid the taxes at least to keep it out of sheriff sale last fall, and they were trying to, they were working on a plan with the developer,” says Fleckenstein. “To the best of our knowledge, that has kind of fallen through.”

Fleckenstein says Punxsy Regional Development Corp., or PRDC, helped re do the Fairman building nearby, and had also put in an offer on the Pantall that was rejected amid the other deal.

“We really need it. It was a great landmark place,” says Pete.

Realtor Don Powell says he been representing the owner for about a year and that local politicians are also interested in getting the hotel re opened. A “for sale” sign remains at the building.
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For the best part of a decade the building, which dates back 115 years, was used by the Life Church in Burnley.

The pool, on the banks of the Leeds Liverpool Canal, was closed by the borough council in 2004 after leisure bosses insisted that it was being run at a significant loss.

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“At present the building is vacant, has been the target of vandals and its condition is rapidly deteriorating.

“The demolition will result in a high adverse impact on a structure of low significance, due to the loss of historic fabric, potential fabric and the total loss of a distinctive structure in the local landscape with connections to the industrial past of the area.”

An application was made to the council in 2007 to demolish the baths and build houses with the aim of raising funds for the construction of the new church.

The plans were approved but the application lapsed after five years when no building action was taken.

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A year ago at this time, Gary was firmly entrenched in an in between time. He had just wrapped up the year’s most public recruitment as the nation’s top rated prospect and signed a letter of intent to play for Jim Harbaugh and Michigan.

He visited for the spring game that April. He watched his future teammates and envisioned where he might fit as a true freshman in 2016. He eventually showed up to campus earlier than the rest of the summer enrolled freshmen because, again, he’s not normal.

He tied himself to the hips of Chris Wormley and Taco Charlton, soaking up any piece of advice they had to offer. He had zero issue playing behind both of them either, as each finished the year with All Big Ten honors and each took Gary under their arm from the minute he arrived on campus.

“Those are my big brothers,” Gary says.

But now, here’s the thing. Rashan Gary’s not anyone’s younger brother any longer.

On a football team with 10 open jobs on defense, a team filled with supremely talented youngsters without much experience to fall back on Gary’s suddenly in the position of being an elder statesmen.

Harbaugh mentioned him earlier this week as a player who has been tested. He has experience. He’ll be counted on as an anchor (literally and figuratively) this season for the Wolverines.

All this after putting up just 27 tackles, 1 sack and 5 tackles for loss in a backup role as a freshman. It seems like a lot.

But, again. Gary’s not normal.

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“I’m not sure there’s a better tandem of anchor tackle in the country.”

Social media was set ablaze earlier this month when Harbaugh casually dropped some numbers via his Twitter account that recapped Michigan’s “mock combine” winter conditioning event. As people scrolled through the list they saw standard 40 yard dash times from skill players. Some impressive, of course, but not completely surprising.

Then eyes settled on Gary’s name.

It read, simply: “40 yard dash Gary 4.57.”

For a point of reference, that’s nearly a full tenth of a second faster than the 4.64 running back Chris Evans posted. It’s only five one hundredths of a second slower than top corners David Long and Lavert Hill.

It’s ridiculous, quite frankly. So much so that Hurst joked about how he believed the stopwatches may have been malfunctioning that day.

Gary? He’s not sure on the exact time. He just knows there was no one in front of him and the people trailing him were running behind by a good bit.

“That day, I was feeling good,” Gary says. “I was feeling fast.”

Numbers and 40 times are interesting to discuss. But Gary knows there’s more to football than that. He also knows they mean nothing if he can’t elevate his game to the next level on Saturdays this fall.

Michigan’s three spring practices down this month, with 12 to go. At this point, Gary’s doing his best to help mentor some of the younger early enrollees with all the ins and outs that go along with playing football at this level.

As far as his own game is concerned, he’s spending more time in the film room by himself. He sits down with a film clicker and goes through tape from last season. He analyzes his reps. What he did right, what he did wrong. He does it again with practice tape. He says the mental part of the game will be the difference now.

Because everyone knows the physical part is already there.

Last week, Charlton joked about how if he returns to Ann Arbor in two or three years and those pro scouts aren’t talking about Gary as a potential top 10 pick, then his young former teammate probably didn’t take care of his business.
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It could be a problem if I needed to go to the emergency room or a new doctor. I can verbally give the number (if I am capable). Alan Z., Fredericksburg, Va.

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The good news: The president signed a bill in 2015 ending the use of Social Security numbers on Medicare cards. Thankfully!

The bad news: The government has four years to figure out how to do this when issuing NEW Medicare cards, then four more years after that to issue new, updated cards for those of us who have our original card. Heloise

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