Brookridge developer is back with new public financing request for Overland Park

first_imgThe existing Brookridge Golf Club clubhouse.Brookridge developers are back with a new public financing plan – this time without the tourism sales tax bonds that proved so unpopular with the Overland Park City Council four months ago.Council members will have another go at the new financing proposal, which includes tax increment financing and a special sales tax dedicated to pay some development costs, when they meet March 4. At that time, they’ll be asked to decide whether city staff should work with developer Chris Curtin to come up with a plan that can eventually be voted on.The council said no the last time, when Curtin asked for STAR bonds for “business tourism” plus city help on major road improvements. The new proposal leaves out the STAR bonds, but still asks the city to shoulder some risk in street improvements to handle the traffic around the project at 103rd Street and Antioch Road.Discussion at a council finance committee meeting Wednesday revealed the serious questions council members still have about how the city will be involved in development of the long-time golf and fitness club. The committee sent it on to the council on a 5-1 vote, with some members saying they are particularly concerned about the plan for the city to do the street improvements.$2 billion proposal would totally rework 140 acre siteA rendering from the final development plan for the first building proposed in the redevelopment of Brookridge.Brookridge is a $2 billion project that envisions offices, retail, apartments and entertainment on rolling hills and putting greens of the 140-acre tract. It has been adamantly opposed by neighbors over the more than four years it’s been discussed.The latest financing package involves only one part of the entire project – the northeast corner near Antioch and 103rd Street, which would be first to be built. That part of the project would cost $596.1 million to build. Curtin has asked for $96 million in tax increment financing, a money-raising vehicle that uses money from increasing property values brought about by the development.Also in the package is a 1.5 percent special sales tax to be charged within the development that would raise $33.7 million, plus revenue bonds to exempt some building purchases from sales tax. Another $446.4 million would come from private funding from a variety of sources.The part of the plan that got the most scrutiny Wednesday involved financing for the streets. The developer asked that the city take on $26.4 million in extensive road improvements through a general obligation bond, which would be paid with tax increment financing proceeds. The developer would guarantee repayment of the city’s expenses if for some reason the TIF didn’t raise enough.Overland Park City Councilman Dave White.But there was concern that the city would end up on the hook if things went wrong. “For five or six years during the recession all I did was litigate personal guarantees,” said Councilmember and committee chairman Dave White. “So I have some real problems on all of that,” he said.White ended up voting against sending the idea on to the full council. “I honestly don’t think we should be spending the money we’re going to be spending on roads for the benefit of one developer,” he said.Although no financing plan is in place yet, the council did recently rezone the area to accommodate Curtin’s plan. “I look at this tonight as a tee-up to, do we see this as a project we want to pursue?” he said. “Overall, I would say yes.” But Thompson, too, was concerned about the road funding issue.Councilmember Fred Spears also had concerns about the complicated and interlocking nature of the financing plan. “I see this as a house of cards in that it’s not a simple TIF. There are a lot of nuances here, a lot of pieces to it, all of which have to happen,” he said.Nevertheless, the project would be an important addition for a city that has committed itself to the “live-work-play” concept of development, said Councilmember Paul Lyons.“I’ve come to see this as a 21st Century version of Corporate Woods,” he said. The Brookridge development could have a positive impact on the older office park across the Interstate, he said.“This could incentivize the Corporate Woods area to make changes to make it more of a live-work-play area too,” and perhaps modernize Corporate Woods, he said. “If that were to happen we’ve got a really wonderful office area of our city that could potentially carry us for many years to come.”last_img read more

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UWF Men’s Cross Country Captures Team Title at Gulf Coast Stampede

first_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida men’s cross country team captured its second team title in two weeks as it took first place in the Gulf Coast Stampede 8k at the Escambia County Equestrian Center. Sophomore Dominique Sykes once again led the Argos, capturing third place overall at the only meet UWF will host this season. Six Argonauts finished in the top 10 at the meet, which included 10 teams from Division I, II, III and NAIA schools.“I’m proud,” stated assistant coach Neil McDonagh. “The guys are carrying over their efforts from South Alabama. Having our scoring five in the top 10 for the second week in a row is a good sign.”Jepthah Kenei, a senior from Alabama State, took first place in the men’s race with a time of 26:02. Sykes (Orange Park), who had a third place showing as well last weekend at the Azalea City Classic, came in with a time of 27:14. He was followed by a pack of Argos, with sophomore Eddie Pagan (Stuart) finishing fourth with a time of 27:26 and junior Chris Hough (Panama City) finished fifth at 27:39. P.J. Orgass (Spring Hill) was just a second behind Hough to take sixth place with a time of 27:40. Sykes shaved 1:09 off of his best 8k showing, a time of 28:23 at the 2009 Gulf Coast Stampede, last season. “I was just going out there for a team victory. We did great,” said Sykes.Jared Black (Tallahassee) finished in eighth with a time of 27:56. Junior Tyler Bowman (Pensacola) rounded out the top 10 with a time of 28:06. Sykes’ twin brother, Martinique (Orange Park), finished in 11th place with a time of 28:14, giving the Argos seven of the top 15 finishes. Freshman Ben Jernigan (Gainesville) finished in 21st place with a time of 29:10. He was followed by Titus Cheruiyot (Eldoret, Kenya), who ran unattached, in 22nd place with a finishing time of 29:23.Former Argonauts also competed in the men’s 8k event. Former coach Matt Dobson led the Argonaut Old-Timers with a ninth place showing with a time of 28:02. UWF student assistant coach Caleb Carmichael finished in 15th with a time of 28:32. Justin Dickieson and volunteer coach Justin Gates finished in 25th and 28th places, respectively.The men’s and women’s teams travel to Clinton, Miss., Friday, October 8th, to complete in the MC Watson/Ford Invitational. Hosted by Mississippi College, women’s 6k event will start at 4:30 p.m. The men’s 8k will follow at 5 p.m. Results from the meet will be available on GoArgos.com.For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. — www.GoArgos.com –Print Friendly Version UWF Men’s Cross Country Captures Team Title at Gulf Coast Stampede Sharelast_img read more

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Hard rubbish disappearing on schedule- Cardinia Shire Council’s annual Hard Rubbish collection is running…

first_imgCARDINIA Shire Council’s hard and green waste collection is running on schedule, a council spokesman said this week. Several residents…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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Galwegians 19-38 Cork Constitution

first_imgUlster Bank Bateman Cup Final Galwegians:  1. Jarleth Naughton (Capt.), 2. Juan Anaya, 3. Jason East, 4. Marty Cummins,  5. David Nolan, 6. Marc Kelly, 7. Josh Pim,  8. Anthony Ryan, 9. Barry Lee, 10. Aidan Moynihan, 11. Ed O’Keeffe, 12. Api  Phewhairangi,, 13. Brian Murphy 14. Cormac Brennan, 15. John Cleary  SUBS: 16. Patrick Curran, 17. Doran Mc Hugh, 18.David O’Connor, 19. Matt Towey, 20. David Clarke, 21. Alan McMahon, 22. Eamonn Dowling Crowley Park: Galwegians      19                     Cork Constitution            38Scorers:  Galwegians:   Tries:  Brian Murphy (2), John Cleary  ;   Con: Aidan Moynihan (2) ;      Cork Constitution:   Tries: Ryan Foley (2), Shane Daly, Max Abbott  ;  Pen: Thomas Quinlan (4) :  Con: Thomas Quinlan (3) :   center_img Cork Constitution: 1. Gavin Duffy, 2. Max Abbott, 3. Ger Sweeney, 4. Conor Kindregen,  5. Brian Hayes, 6. Graeme Lawlor, 7. James Murphy,  8. James Ryan (Capt.), 9. Ryan Foley, 10., 11. Rob Jermyn, 12. Niall Kenneally, 13. Ned Hodson, 14. Aaron Spring, 15. Darren Sweetnam, SUBS: 16. Rory Burke, 17. Liam O’Connor, 18.Cathal O’Flaherty, 20. John Poland, 21. Shane Daly,  23, Darragh Lyons, 24. Luke Cahillprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Galway Feile Football Results and Fixtures

first_imgU14 Football Féile 2019 – Niall McGinn Cup (Division 1) The 2019 Galway U14 Football Feile started with a full round of group games last night in the Niall McGinn and Tommy Kelly Cups, with two further group games today deciding who qualifies for this evening’s semi finals. The results were as follows: Roinn A- Round 1Caherlistrane 1-6 Annaghdown 2-3Claregalway 2-10 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-2Round 2 – Saturday 13th of April Claregalway 3-3 Annaghdown 0-1 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-4 Caherlistrane 2-1Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilAnnaghdown v Mountbellew/Moylough in Knockdoemore at 12.30pmClaregalway 3-6 Caherlistrane 1-2Claregalway Win Group ARoinn B – Round 1Clifden 3-5 Micheal Breathnach 1-6Killannin 2-6 Maigh Cuillin 0-7Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMicheal Breathnach 2-2 Maigh Cuillin 2-3Clifden 1-2 Killannin 1-7Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilMichael Breathnach 1-4 Killanin 3-3Clifden 2-5 Maigh Cuillin 3-4Killanin Win Group BRoinn C – Round 1Oranmore/Maree 0-9 St. Michael’s 2-2Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-6 Barna 0-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilSalthill/Knocknacarra 1-3 Oranmore/Maree 0-6Barna 0-2 St Michaels 0-5Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilSalthill/Knocknacarra 1-3 St Michaels 0-5Oranmore/Maree 1-7 Barna 1-3Oranmore/ Maree 0-3 Salthill Knocknacarra 0-2Salthill Knocknacarra win Group CRoinn D – Co-Ordinator- Martin CollinsRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilCorofin 3-7 Loughrea 0-3Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilBallinasloe 3-4 Loughrea 7-7Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilCorofin 10-7 Ballinasloe 0-1Corofin Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilClaregalway v Killanin in Knockdoemore at 6pmSalthill Knocknacarra v Corofin in The Prairie at 6pmFinal – Saturday 17th of AprilWinner of Claregalway v Killanin v Winner of Salthill Knocknacarra v Corofin in Kenny Park at 4pmU14 Football Feile 2019- Tommy Kelly Cup (Division2)Roinn A – Round 1Craughwell 1-9 Headford 1-1Kinvara 4-5 Oranmore Maree B 0-3Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilCraughwell 1-3 Oranmore/Maree B 3-1Kinvara 2-5 Headford 0-0Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilHeadford 1-4 Oranmore Maree B 0-3Kinvara 6-6 Craughwell 1-1Kinvara Win Group ARoinn B – Round 1Kilconly 5-12 Salthill/Knocknacarra B 1-2Dunmore McHales 0-11 Cortoon Shamrocks 1-2Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilKilconly 2-4 Cortoon Shamrocks1-1Salthill/Knocknacarra B 4-3 Dunmore MacHales 4-9Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilKilconly 0-4 Dunmore MacHales 4-5Cortoon Shamrocks 0-4 Salthill/Knocknacarra 1-3Dunmore Win Group BRoinn C – Round 1Tuam Stars 6-8 Monivea/Abbey 1-1Athenry 6-6 Claregalway B 1-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMonivea/Abbey Athenry Claregalway B 0-4 Tuam Stars 5-2Round 3- Saturday 13th of April Tuam Stars 1-4 Athenry 0-0Monivea/Abbey v Claregalway B in Monivea at 1.15pmTuam Stars Win Group CRoinn D – Round 1Leitir Mór 8-8 An Spideal 7-2St James 3-4 Oughterard 0-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilAn Spideal 3-4 Oughterard 2-1St James 1-2 Leitir Mór 1-0Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilOughterard 1-5 Leitir Moir 3-1An Spideal 1-4 St James 1-1An Spideal Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilDunmore v Kinvara in Kilconly at 6pmTuam Stars v An Spideal in Monivea at 6pmFinal – Saturday 17th of AprilWinner of Semi-Final 1 v Winner of Semi-Final 2 in Kenny Parkat 3pmU14 Football Feile 2019 – St. Columba’s Credit Union Cup (Division 3)Roinn A – Co-Ordinator – Liam DonoghueRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilMenlough 0-6 Killererin 2-8Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMenlough 4-4 Tuam Stars B 4-2Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilKillererin v Tuam Stars B in Barnaderg at 1pmKillererin Win Group ARoinn B – Co-Ordinator- Stephen NearyRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilAnnaghdown B 2-7 Northern Gaels 3-5Round 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilSt. Brendans 4-3 Annaghdown B 3-3Round 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilNorthern Gaels v St. Brendans in Glenamaddy at 1pmSt. Brendans Win Group BRoinn C- Proinnsias GlynnRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilCaltra v Miltown in Miltown at 11amRound 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilMiltown v Barna B in Miltown at 12noonRound 3- Saturday 13th of AprilCaltra v Barna B in Miltown at 1pmMilltown Win Group CRoinn D- Co-Ordinator – Brendan McNeelaRound 1 – Saturday 13th of AprilClonbur v Maigh Cuillin B W/ORound 2 – Saturday 13th of AprilCarna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh W/O v Clonbur in Moycullen at 12noonRound 3 – Saturday 13th of AprilCarna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh v Maigh Cuillin B in Moycullen at 1pm Carna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh Win Group DSemi-Finals – Saturday 13th of AprilKillererin v St. Brendans in Barnaderg at 6pmMilltown v Carna/Cashel/Na Piarsaigh in Miltown at 6pmFinal- Sunday 17th of AprilWinner of Semi-Final 1 v Winner of Semi-Final 2 in KennyPark at 2pmprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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New Jersey Governor Announces Plans for Tax Incentive Overhaul

first_imgNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has announced plans for his proposed reform to the state’s corporate income tax incentives programs. (TAXDAY, 2019/01/17, S.10) The plan includes a package of five new programs designed to reform and update the state’s tax incentives.NJ ForwardNJ Forward is a jobs-based incentives program to replace the Grow NJ program. Companies are eligible if they:– create new jobs in a high-growth industry;– create or retaine jobs in an Opportunity Zone-eligible tract;– are a U.S. business relocating or creating its Northeast headquarters;– are a foreign business creating a U.S. headquarters; or– are a major retention project.Awards will be capped at $200 million annually, allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, and will last for five years.NJ AspireNJ Aspire, proposed as a replacement for the Economic and Redevelopment Growth (ERG) Program, is a gap-based financing tool awarded twice annually to support real estate goals in the new economy. The awards would be capped at $100 million annually. Projects will be assessed based on:– cost;– community benefit;– advancement of regional planning; and– workforce and apprenticeship programs.Brownfields RedevelopmentThe credit is designed to promote remediation projects in addition to increasing job creation and economic development. The credit will be capped at $20 million per year and equal 40% of rehabilitation costs, with a $4 million project cap.Historic PreservationThe Historic Preservation Tax Credit would be a new credit to support place-based economic development. It is limited to revenue generating projects and capped at $20 million annually, with a $4 million project cap. Two competitive application periods would run each year for recipients with proven financing gaps, and projects will receive bonuses for including affordable housing or collaborative workspaces on-site.NJ Innovation Evergreen FundThe proposed program would raise funds through the auctioning of state tax credits, and leveraging partnerships with New Jersey and private venture capital funds to co-invest in startups. The investments would focus on the areas of:– life sciences;– financial technology;– digital media; and– cybersecurity sectors.As companies are acquired or IPOs occur, proceeds would flow back to the fund. In the event of significant returns, some funding would flow back to the General Fund.Press Release, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, January 16, 2019Login to read more tax news on CCH® AnswerConnect or CCH® Intelliconnect®.Not a subscriber? Sign up for a free trial or contact us for a representative.last_img read more

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Photo: Mike Trout, A Duke Fan, Pranked His Angels Teammate, Utah Alum C.J. Cron

first_imgDuke cheerleaders carry school flags onto the court.OMAHA, NE – MARCH 25: The Duke Blue Devils cheerleaders carry their schools flags on to the court prior to the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Midwest Regional against the Kansas Jayhawks at CenturyLink Center on March 25, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim star outfielder Mike Trout might just be the best player in baseball. A first-round draft pick out of Millville (N.J.) High School in 2009, Trout never attended college. He had been committed to East Carolina but eschewed the college route to begin his promising pro career. Apparently, the 23-year-old Trout has adopted Duke as his college basketball program of choice. Trout’s Blue Devils will take on Utah tomorrow in the Sweet 16, and he decided to have some spring training fun at the expense of his Utah alum teammate, 1B/DH C.J. Cron. Still can’t believe Utah alum @CCron24 would root against his team !! #DukeNation pic.twitter.com/TidR1szKuO— Mike Trout (@Trouty20) March 26, 2015The Blue Devils are definitely favored tomorrow night, but it remains to be seen whether Trout or Cron will have the last laugh in the Angels’ locker room.last_img read more

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Coalition of consumer groups calls for new code of conduct for telecom

first_imgA new government-backed code of conduct is needed to protect consumers from common sales tactics used by the people and companies that sell telecommunications products, the Fair Communications Sales Coalition said Tuesday“Certain of the companies . . . claim that competition alone can fix unfair sales practices. This is unlikely in practice,” coalition representative Jennifer Chow told telecom regulators at a public hearing in Gatineau, Que.“When a customer is duped into a sale, there are usually significant early-cancellation costs that deter customers from leaving and this does not hurt the former company.”Chow also disputed the claim that internal guidelines and rules issued by companies are effective in prohibiting misleading, aggressive and unsuitable sales — saying actual sales practices are at odds with the values expressed by management.“Whether this situation is due to the companies’ loss of control of their sales force, lack of audits or oversight, negligence, wilful blindness — or even intention — is not relevant,” Chow said.“The results are what matter to consumers and the results are bad.”Chow’s comments were made at the second day of the CRTC’s public hearings into complaints of misleading and aggressive sales tactics.The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission, the telecom industry’s regulator, has been ordered to look into allegations of misbehaviour by sales representatives and report to cabinet by the end of February.The coalition’s delegation — led by John Lawford, executive director of the Ottawa-based Public Interest Advocacy Centre — told CRTC commissioners that Canada would ideally follow Australia’s lead in establishing one mandatory, national code of conduct for providing and selling telecom services.But Lawford — who lobbied for this week’s public hearings — said it may be quicker to expand the role of the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services, a private-sector body that works with CRTC.The industry-funded CCTS is mainly set up to resolve customer complaints about wireless and television service contracts but it is specifically excluded from dealing with product and service pricing or claims of false and misleading advertising.On Monday, CCTS commissioner Howard Maker said that data collected by his organization reveals just the “tip of the iceberg” without revealing what may be happening more broadly in the marketplace.“We know there’s a lot that’s under the water line that we don’t have access to — to see and to comment on,” Maker said in the first day of CRTC’s hearings.’Lawford said on Tuesday that he believes the complaint commission could oversee a new sales code on behalf of the CRTC — as it currently does with the government regulator’s separate codes for wireless and TV services.“I guess our long-term strategy, at least at PIAC . . . would be a telecommunications code (encompassing all products) like they have in Australia. That’s the end game,” Lawford said.“Getting to that stage may take some time. . . . The code that we are suggesting for right now, in effect, is an interim measure. It could be rolled into a larger code later.”Among suggestions for the sales code, Lawford said, would be a 15-day “cooling off” period after a contract is signed — not to be confused with a “trial period” of 30 or 60 days suggested by several other delegations to the CRTC hearing.“Because with a cooling off period, you don’t have to give any reason. . . . That helps cover a lot of these cases where there’s been a very grey-area sale that the consumer regrets,” Lawford said.“After that, we’re seeking protections if there’s misrepresentations or aggressions that could go past the 15 days.”Earlier Tuesday, a delegation that included Concordia University professor Kim Sawchuk and Montreal seniors advocate Anne Caines said that a 60-day trial period is necessary to protect people with limited money, such as the elderly.“They’re the ones that have everything at stake. If a bill goes up suddenly, they don’t eat. We hear this,” Sawchuk said.A 60-day window for ending a contract would give the customer time to receive their first monthly bill with the new service — and to discover mistakes, misunderstandings or deception, she said.Among the most common types of complaints heard by the CRTC and CCTS are about a “mismatch” between a sales promise compared with the price and service actually received. Other complaints included sales of products or services that are too complex or unnecessary and unilateral increases to service fees before the end of a contract.last_img read more

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Decreasing amount of wells to be drilled in update from Petroleum Services

first_imgCALGARY, AB – The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC), shared its third update to its 2019 Canadian Drilling Activity Forecast, announcing that it is decreasing its forecasted number of wells to be drilled (rig released) across Canada.2019 shows 5,300 wells (May 2019 revision) to 5,100 wells drilled. PSAC based its updated 2019 Forecast on average natural gas prices of $1.60 CDN/Mcf (AECO), crude oil prices of US$57.00/barrel (WTI) and the Canada-US exchange rate averaging $0.76.On a provincial basis for 2019, PSAC now projects 2,425 wells to be drilled in Alberta, down from 3,532 wells in the original Forecast. The revised forecast for Saskatchewan now sits at 2,035 wells compared to 2,422 wells in the original Forecast, and Manitoba is forecasted to see 230 wells or a decline of 25 in well count for 2019. Approximately three percent (3%) more wells are expected to be drilled in British Columbia, with PSAC’s revised Forecast now at 395 wells, up from 382 in the original Forecast. PSAC President and CEO Gary Mar said, “Compared to last year, the total number of wells expected to be drilled is lower by 31%. These are levels not seen since the lows of 2015 and 2016 at the onset of the downturn.“It is clear that our industry continues to face challenges for a healthy recovery.  News of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion being approved for a second time following its purchase by the Government of Canada has not restored investor confidence in Canada. Concerns remain that it will be built in a timely fashion to open market access beyond the US and with the passage of Bills C-69 and C-48 by the federal government, support for this industry at all in Canada is in question. For the first time in Canada, sovereign risk is an issue.”Mar continued, “On the provincial front in Alberta, while optimism is evident with a new government in office, curtailment of oil production remains in place and continues to be a factor against new investment. Across both Alberta and B.C., gas production is also hampered by low prices, again from lack of market access beyond the US until LNG Canada is in service.“The result of these challenges is that capital, companies, equipment and crews are leaving Canada for better opportunities, with the US an easy choice as it forges full-speed ahead with a supportive government and a welcoming and competitive business environment. Having only one customer for our oil and natural gas has not been a good strategy for Canada. Canadians are losing out on jobs and $15-25 billion per year in lost revenue that could be used for social programs such as health care, education and roads as well as for R&D and innovation.”last_img read more

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Jet Airways employee jumps to his death

first_imgMumbai: A senior technician with Jet Airways allegedly committed suicide in Maharashtra’s Palghar district due to depression as he was suffering from cancer, police said Saturday. Shailesh Singh, 45, jumped off the terrace of his four-storeyed building in Nalasopara East on Friday afternoon, an official said. As per functionaries of Jet Airways Staff and Employees Association, however, Shailesh was facing “financial constraints” as employees of the grounded airline have not got salaries for a long time. “He was suffering from cancer and was undergoing chemotherapy. Prima facie, it seems he was suffering from depression due to the ailment,” the police official added. It was the first suicide of an employee since the airline suspended operations, these functionaries claimed.last_img read more

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