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Twitter Facebook Previous articleWest Texas Guitar Festival features Del CastilloNext articleCounty closing for President’s Day admin Pinterest Local NewsBusiness By admin – February 18, 2018 WhatsApp Facebook Twitter New City of Odessa logo NEW RESIDENTIALSBetenbough Homes, 9402 Desert Ave., $196,950; Betenbough Homes, 9404 Desert Ave., $156,575; Villarreal Construction, 3125 San Saba Drive, $300,000; Betenbough Homes, 9406 Desert Ave., $172,250; Betenbough Homes, 9410 Desert Ave., $189,100; DR Horton Texas, 7219 La Escolara Ranch Road, $161,680; DR Horton Texas, 7217 La Escolara Ranch Road, $186,900; DR Horton Texas, 7211 La Escolara Ranch Road, $161,680; DR Horton Texas, 7021 Rocking L Ranch Road, $196,780; DR Horton Texas, 7008 Rocking L Ranch Road, $196,780; DR Horton Texas, 7003 Perot Ranch Road, $161,680; DR Horton Texas, 7001 Rocking L Ranch Road, $205,000; DR Horton Texas, 7001 Perot Ranch Road, $221,500; DR Horton Texas, 7001 Kate Reed Road, $205,000; DR Horton Texas, 7000 Rocking L Ranch Road, $196,780; DR Horton Texas, 7209 La Escolara Ranch Road, $178,160; DR Horton Texas, 7207 La Escolara Ranch Road, $197,365; DR Horton Texas, 7019 Rocking L Ranch Road, $203,280; DR Horton Texas Eric Wisebrod, 7019 Perot Ranch Road, $172,275; DR Horton Texas, 7213 La Escolara Ranch Road, $206,270; DR Horton Texas Eric Wisebrod, 7203 La Escolara Ranch Road, $206,270; DR Horton Texas Eric Wisebrod, 7007 Rocking L Ranch Road, $186,900; DR Horton Texas Eric Wisebrod, 7004 Rocking L Ranch Road, $206,270; DR Horton Texas Eric Wisebrod, 7025 Kate Reed Road, $172,275; DR Horton Texas Eric Wisebrod, 7024 Spur Ranch Road, $178,160; DR Horton Texas Eric Wisebrod, 7021 Kate Reed Road, $178,160; DR Horton Texas Eric Wisebrod, 7016 Spur Ranch Road, $178,160; Silverleaf Communities, 6000 Socorro Drive, $249,900; Silverleaf Communities, 6005 Socorro Drive, $238,900; Adrian G. Carmona, 324 Fitch Ave., $100,000.Total: 30 permits, $5,761,000RESIDENTIAL ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS & CONVERSIONSPlaygrounds Etc LLC/Greater Opportunities of the Permian Basin, 2445 E. 11th St., $4,782; Brian Wilhite, 2207 E. 13th St., $20,000; Jeff Russell, 2418 E. 17th St., $6,888.30; Jose Urias, 9017 Lamar Ave., $3,100; Guy Fields/Helen Orren, 4223 Dawn Ave., $1,000; Sonia Ramirez, 3918 Firenze St., $6,000; Lee White, 8 Revere Place, $6,500; Brad Davis, 3640 Redbud Ave., $4,200; Valentin Nunez, 1003 S. Kelly Ave., $2,500; Alonso Luna, 3208 Walnut Ave., $4,000; All-State Fence Company/Bernard Hooper, 8752 Rainbow Drive, $3,000; Jose P Mendoza, 1116 Harris St., $1,000; Janet Lyons-Boyer/Maria Lynch-Miha, 2000 Beverly St., $5,000; Wheeler Drilling/Fernando Franco, 3101 Marksburg Ave. water well, $4,000.Total: 14 permits, $71,970.30COMMERCIAL ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS & CONVERSIONSCooper Construction, 2500 S. U.S. 385, $18,900,000; Joyce Builders/Mrc Global, 333 S. County Road, $500,000; Mike Handy/Berltan LLC, 1725 E. Second St., $4,000; Theodore Powell, 3506 Golder Ave., $5,500.Total: 4 permits, $19,409,500CHANGE OF USEErnesto Soto/Neveah Properties, 2732 N. Grandview Ave.; Minh Q. Le, 3632 Andrews Highway.Total: 2 permitsTotal permits: 50Total value: $25,242,470.30Total permits (2018 year to date): 258Total value (2018 year to date): $55,246,518.42Total permits (2017): 1,759Total value (2017): $311,109,404.04 Pinterest WhatsApp BUILDING PERMITS: Feb. 5, – Feb. 9, 2018
ABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A very serious fire threat will unfold across parts of the Western U.S. Friday, through the weekend and into early next week.In Colorado, the East Troublesome fire has continued to greatly expand in size. The fire is now the second-largest in state history, with at least 170,000 acres burned, and is only 5% contained. The fire exploded over 100,000 acres early Thursday and then grew another 50,000 acres during the day and early evening.The fire becomes the second-largest fire in Colorado history, just a week after the Cameron Peak Fire broke that record. That means the two largest fires in Colorado history happened within around a week of one another.The East Troublesome fire is just one of many fires in Colorado currently burning. Two other notable fires include the Cameron Peak fire and the Calwood Fire. The Cameron Peak fire is at least 206,000 acres and 57% contained. The Calwood Fire is over 10,000 acres and 55% contained.At least 77% of Colorado is in extreme to exceptional drought right now.The fire threat in Colorado, unfortunately, has not ended and there is a new fire threat on the way to parts of California and Oregon.While winds will be weaker Friday morning, another round of strong wind gusts, locally over 60 mph, will be possible late Friday into Saturday. While relative humidity will be a little bit better than previous days, it will still be very windy and relatively dry. This could result in rapid fire spread.Unfortunately, there is even more bad news. There is a fire threat Friday for parts of northern California with gusty winds and low relative humidity is expected. However, on Sunday and Monday, the strongest wind event so far this year appears to be on the way to parts of northern California.Wind gusts over 70 mph will be possible in the higher elevations, and very low relative humidity is expected. This has all the ingredients for possibly extremely critical fire conditions in parts of the region.A significant fire threat appears to be on the way later this weekend in California and parts of Oregon.As fires torch part of the West, some of the coldest weather of the year and snow is expected in parts of the central U.S.Part of the reason this fire threat is occurring is because of a big push of cold air and some snow that is coming into the northern Rockies and Plains. Wind weather alerts stretch from Washington to Nebraska Friday morning for the new storm.Through the weekend, over a foot of snow in the highest elevations of the Rockies, including into parts of Montana is expected. Three to 6 inches of snow, locally higher, is also expected late in the weekend in parts of the Plains.Some of this snow will make it into the hard-hit Colorado, which should both help firefighting efforts, and help current drought conditions.Additionally, once this cold air makes it into the central U.S. and Midwest, parts of the region will see the coldest air so far this season, with wind chills in the single digits for the northern Plains, and teens and 20s across the Plains and into parts of the Midwest.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Network Auctions’ 12th September London ballroom sale proved to be a hit with regional and capital buyers selling lots in 19 different counties from Merseyside to County Durham, West Midlands to London and West Glamorgan to Devon.Raising £4,424,500, Toby Limbrick, Director said, “We’re delighted with our results which proves our belief in Local Expertise – National Coverage. This sale saw plenty of locals competing against London investors and that’s the right way to achieve the best price.”Key highlights from the sale included a two-bedroom house requiring modernisation in Taunton, Somerset which sold for £103,500 against a guide of £60-70,000; a three-bedroom refurbished semi-detached needing structural attention in Wollaton, Nottingham which sold for £246,000 against a guide of £170-180,000 and a substantial property arranged as five flats in Bedford requiring refurbishment which sold at £300,000 against a guide of £230,000.Network Auctions next London sale will be held on 25th October at Grosvenor House, London.Network Auctions sales auctions Toby Limbrick 2018-10-10The Negotiator Related articles Agents invited to free webinar on MMoA29th April 2021 Rightmove to launch live online auctions within listings on Monday16th April 2021 Portals embrace auction22nd March 2021What’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Home » News » Auctions news » Network Auctions’ sales – 19 counties in one day Network Auctions’ sales – 19 counties in one day10th October 20180237 Views
Energy services company Proserv is investing into a new, £7 million worth, purpose built technology center for subsea controls and communications in Great Yarmouth, England. Proserv said on Monday that the move would see around 190 employees consolidate from two sites in the area into the new 65,000 square feet Beacon Park site in Gorleston-on-Sea.The facility will consist of an office, manufacturing and yard space and provide the flexibility to add a further 20,000 square feet of workshop capacity, Proserv explained.The company further added that the construction would begin next month with the building expected to be completed during March 2018.David Lamont, Proserv CEO, said: “Investing in this new facility firmly underlines our long-term commitment to Great Yarmouth and plans for growth in the area.“The center will serve as a global hub and center of excellence for our subsea communication and controls activities and ensures we remain at the forefront of our field. I would also like to extend my sincere appreciation and gratitude to Great Yarmouth Borough Council for their unwavering support over the years in getting us to this exciting stage.”Beacon Park is part of the Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft Enterprise Zone, which focuses on attracting and supporting energy-related businesses within the East of England. Great Yarmouth Borough Council has invested £4.5 million ($5.8 million) in the base, which the council is also developing, with £1.5 million ($1.9 million) coming from New Anglia LEP’s Growing Places Fund. Proserv will fund the remaining sum.In a joint statement, the council’s political group leaders, Graham Plant, Kay Grey, Trevor Wainwright, and Adrian Myers, said: “This landmark development on the Enterprise Zone reflects Great Yarmouth long-standing position as a global offshore energy capital and Beacon Park’s reputation as the location of choice for energy investment and growth.“The borough council is committed to supporting any businesses with aspirations to relocate to or expand within the area.”News of the latest development comes after Proserv recently secured over £12 million ($15.5 million) in contract awards for its new-build, after-market, and decommissioning services.In May, Proserv’s Great Yarmouth team won another project award for the engineering, supply, and installation of a subsea control system for the Finlaggan gas condensate development operated by Zennor Pathway in the Central North Sea. The control system will include Proserv’s Artemis 2G subsea electronics module.
Congratulations to The Oldenburg Academy Lady Twisters, Batesville Lady Bulldogs, South Dearborn Lady Knights, and East Central Lady Trojans on winning their respective Girls Soccer Sectionals as well as The Jac-Cen-Del Eagles and The Batesville Bulldogs on capturing their respective Boys Soccer Sectional titles.2019-20-ihsaa-class-1a-girls-soccer-state-tournament-s45–rising-sun2019-20-ihsaa-class-2a-girls-soccer-state-tournament-s27–greensburg2019-20-ihsaa-class-2a-girls-soccer-state-tournament-s28–lawrenceburg2019-20-ihsaa-class-3a-girls-soccer-state-tournament-s12–mt-vernon-(fortville)2019-20-ihsaa-class-1a-boys-soccer-state-tournament-s44–southwestern-(shelbyville)2019-20-ihsaa-class-1a-boys-soccer-state-tournament-s45–jac-cen-del2019-20-ihsaa-class-2a-boys-soccer-state-tournament-s28–rushville-consolidated2019-20-ihsaa-class-3a-boys-soccer-state-tournament-s12–east-centralOA will be at The Forest Park Regionals taking on The Providence Lady Friars in Game 1.Batesville will be at The Brebeuf Jesuit Regionals squaring off against the host Lady Braves in Game 1 while SD will go up against The Tri-West Lady Bruins in Game 2.EC will be at The New Palestine Regionals battling the Avon Lady Orioles in Game 1.JCD will be at Providence Regionals against The North Posey Vikings in Game 2.Batesville will be at The Greensburg Regionals versus The Speedway Sparkplugs in Game 2.
Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditDETROIT (AP) — A person with direct knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Pistons forward Christian Wood has contracted the virus and is feeling fine. The team confirmed it had a player who tested positive without revealing his name. Wood’s diagnosis was revealed one week after he played against the Utah Jazz, spending much of that night matched up with Rudy Gobert (goh-BEHR’). The NBA opted to suspend its season Wednesday, immediately after Gobert became the first league player to test positive.TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (shin-zoh AH’-bay) says his country still intends to host the Olympic Games in Tokyo as planned. He says the virus outbreak hasn’t reached a point in Japan that requires him to declare a national emergency like the United States and parts of Europe. Abe says Japan is continuing to “coordinate well” with the International Olympic Committee. President Donald Trump suggested this week that Japan should consider postponing the Olympics, which are scheduled to open July 24.UNDATED (AP) — The Pac-12 Conference has canceled all spring sports and championships following a meeting of conference executives and athletic directors. The conference also announced that all organized team activities are not allowed until at least March 29, when that decision will be revisited. The smaller Southland Conference also announced a similar move. Pistons player tests positive for coronavirus…Abe says Games will go on…Pac-12 postponements March 15, 2020 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Nationals have released relief pitcher Hunter Strickland in a series of moves by the reigning World Series champs. Strickland was expected to stabilize Washington’s bullpen after being acquired from Seattle at the July 31 trade deadline last season, but he recorded a 5.14 ERA in 21 innings over 24 appearances for the Nationals. He didn’t pitch for the Nats during the postseason.NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (AP) — Rick Pitino is the new head basketball coach at Iona, replacing Tim Cluess. Pitino was the first coach to take three different schools to the NCAA Final Four, doing it with Louisville, Kentucky and Providence. He won national championships with the 2013 Cardinals and 1996 Wildcats, although his Louisville title was vacated over NCAA violations involving the team’s director of basketball operations. The 67-year-old Pitino has a 770-271 overall record in college.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6