Maximum sustained winds are near 70 mph (110 km/h) with higher gusts. Some strengthening is forecast during the next 48 hours. Jose is forecast to become a hurricane later today. 2. One of the fundamental principles underlying the amateur radio service is the and enhancement of the value of the amateur service to the public as a voluntary noncommercial communication service, particularly with respect to providing emergency communications. Further, the rules state that provision of these rules prevents the use by an amateur station of any means of radio communication at its disposal to provide essential communication needs in connection with the immediate safety of human life and immediate protection of property when normal communication systems are not available.
Starting July 4th weekend, passengers gain access to Transportation Network Companies including Uber and Lyft beyond New York City.is as geographically large as Rhode Island as well as the greater Hudsonthought this was inherently unfair, why is there this caste system of transportation, where all the convenience and availability is in half of the state, noted fellow Assemblyman James Skoufis (D, Woodbury). Everyone else, in all the communities that we represent, we locked out. It made no sense.[victory] was, in some ways, a seminal moment for the legislature,and state government, Skoufis said, observing that his Uber andLyft phone apps will work almost everywhere else in the industrializedworld except in upstate New York.just want to be able to get around, agreed Kingston Mayor Steven Noble, who has been working towards a more pedestrian friendly city.
“This bipartisan bill is a great example of how we can be smarter about how we invest our foreign assistance dollars,” said Elaine Van Cleave of Nashville, a member of The ONE Campaign. “The lack of electricity in so much of sub Saharan Africa is one of the most dangerous and persistent enemies in the fight against extreme poverty. Senator Corker is a great leader on these issues and deserves our thanks for introducing this legislation.”.
Was excited to bring Let Talk Science Outreach volunteers to my community and visit my elementary school, Marcy recounted. Knew that our presence would be appreciated, but mostly I hoped that it would inspire students to think more about science and education. The two day visit, nine Let Talk Science Outreach volunteers met with almost 300 Kindergarten to Grade 8 students from Quinte Mohawk School.