Boil water advisory issued at Live Oak Springs resort Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter BOULEVARD (KUSI) — A boil water advisory was issued Friday at the Live Oak Springs resort in southeastern San Diego County.The advisory was issued by the county Department of Environmental Health due to a loss of pressure within the water distribution system for the resort, which includes 92 residential homes, an RV park, cabins, a laundry facility, a market and a restaurant.The advisory will remain in effect until lab analysis confirms the absence of bacteria in the resort’s water, according to the county. February 2, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Posted: February 2, 2018 KUSI Newsroom,
Li announced he was moving on from Re/code in February. In this case, the media shuffle comes full circle, as Li’s replacement at Re/code, Dan Frommer, joined the site from Quartz, where he was technology editor. “Over the past few months we have been strategically restructuring the company in order to adapt to the changes in the market and to insure IBT Media has a strong path to continued growth,” wrote CEO Etienne Uzac and CCO Johnathan Davis in a staff memo addressing the layoffs. “In these ever shifting and challenging times within our industry, we are responsible for sustaining and reinventing our company as best we can.” “As Kira Bindrim heads to Quartz, we are thrilled to welcome Ken into the Newsweek family and eager to have his sharp news sense and digital savvy guiding our operations,” said Newsweek editor-in-chief, Jim Impoco, in a statement. “Ken’s background includes a great mix of writing, editing and strong newsroom leadership that are critical for the managing editor role.” Newsweek wasted little time naming Bindrim’s replacement. Li had been with Re/code since its inception as a relaunch of the now-defunct AllThingsD.com in early 2014 and served in prior editorial roles at Thompson Reuters, Financial Times, and The Industry Standard, beginning his career as a tech reporter for the New York Daily News in 1996. Moviegoers can thank Li for allegedly inspiring “The Fast and the Furious” film franchise with an article in the May, 1998 issue of Vibe about street racing in New York City. Kira Bindrim Newsweek’s managing editor, Kira Bindrim, revealed today that she is leaving the magazine to join Atlantic Media as editor of Quartz’s newly formed Talent Lab, a global network aimed at discovering and developing new reporters. It’s been an interesting few months at IBT Media, which debuted redesigned websites for both Newsweek and International Business Times in December. Rumors of financial issues, missed payments, and disgruntled employees soon followed, culminating in the dismissal of at least 15 staffers last month. As part of the Ken Li announcement, Newsweek revealed a series of other staff changes. Kevin Dolak was promoted from executive editor, digital to national editor, overseeing 2016 election coverage. Social media director, Margarita Noriega, will step into Dolak’s previous role, while Iva Dixit will take over as social media editor. It’s true! After a 100 time at NW, I’m heading to @qz as editor of the nascent Talent Lab. SO excited to welcome @kenli729 as ME of @Newsweek! — Kira Bindrim (@KiraBind) April 25, 2016 Ken Li, founding editor-in-chief of Re/code, will take over as managing editor of Newsweek, overseeing day-to-day operations for the website and weekly magazine, according to an announcement this morning. Bindrim had served as Newsweek’s managing editor since 2013, around the time the brand was acquired by IBT Media, and helped oversee its return to print media the following year. Prior to Newsweek, Bindrim held roles at Thompson Reuters and Crain’s New York.
To the Residents of Wilmington,I urge all of you to vote on April 27th.I am voting for Suzanne Sullivan and Rob Fasulo to fill the two three-year Selectman (or Select Board) seats. This is a critical election for all Wilmington residents with three of the five positions open. The town needs Board members who possess strong leadership, critical decision-making and encourage transparency at every level of Town Hall. Rob and Suzanne check all those boxes for me.Excessive taxation of Wilmington residents is my personal hot-button. The website Zillow.com tracks tax history. From 2008 to 2018 our taxes increased by 75.4% to $7,941. Based on the answers given during the Candidates Night at WCTV.org (Free Cash), I was curious to see what our current Board of Selectman are paying in taxes, and I am disappointed to report that three of the four Board members are below the 2018 average single-family tax bill of $6,335.69. So, when your tax bill does not rise in proportion with the rest of the town, I see why you miss the point that taxes are too high. We need Board members who recognize that filling up the Free Cash coffers is not in the best interests of this town, especially when it is not being used to pay down the ever-rising $197.5M debt.If you know about the $84.9M debt that Wilmington owes the town workers retirement fund by 2040, and the additional $112.6M for Other Post-Employment Benefits “OPEB” then count yourself among the handful of people who realize that “over the next three decades an average family of four would have to pay more than $30,000 in taxes” according to the Massachusetts Municipal Association. Town Manager, Jeff Hull, feels that a $1M annual contribution is a generous allocation in our budget, even though our expenses for OPEB just increased $7.8M in one year. We need Board members who will fight for the town workers’ benefits and approve a budget that will give taxpayers a chance to meet the obligations that have been accumulating for decades.On April 27th I urge you all once again to vote for Suzanne Sullivan and Rob Fasulo.Geoffrey WoodLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedLETTER TO THE EDITOR: If You Want Change, Vote Fasulo & Sullivan For SelectmenIn “Letter To The Editor”LETTER TO THE EDITOR: New Resident Calls For Change, Supports Fasulo & Sullivan For SelectmenIn “Letter To The Editor”A VOTER’S GUIDE To Selectman Candidate Rob FasuloIn “Government”
A Centennial Legend’s Scholarship Gala will be held 7 p.m., June 13 in Dr. Hooker’s honor in the metropolitan area at Marriot Wardman Park, 2660 Woodley Rd NW. Tickets cost $20. This year the goal is to raise $10,000 to $20,000 to provide scholarships for college bound students or students currently enrolled in college under the Dr. Olivia J. Hooker Scholarship Fund. This event would feature universally recognizable women that have made great strides in their distinguished careers and Dr. Olivia Hooker’s Scholarship recipients. The women’s and students’ achievements will be highlighted with brief presentations or a short film as a part of their introduction. For more information, contact LCDR Rhonda Fleming-Makell (Retired) at (301) 266-5050 or firstname.lastname@example.org.