The week of April 7 has items of possible interest to residents of district 2 at the , the Board of Public Works and the Board of Parks Commissioners. The agenda items are open for testimony from the public should you be interested in weighing in. I also appreciate hearing from you on any items on which you have a particularly interest or concern so please send me an email or give me a call..
It is the way of the Little Rock City Board. Private business and the Chamber of Commerce will be served. The rest of you: Meh. Hey, what about privacy?In a country like India, privacy isn’t really taken very seriously. So when you imagine someone or yourself going around wearing a fancy pair of AR glasses, being able to capture photos or videos without making a noise, it does sound a bit creepy. Snap has tried to work on it by adding the glowing LED lights around the cameras on the Spectacles 3.
Victory bridged a 25 year gap for Wydad, who conquered Africa for the first time in 1992 when they defeated Al Hilal of Sudan in the African Cup of Champions Clubs. The name of the premier African club competition changed to the CAF Champions League in 1997 when a new format and prize money were introduced. Wydad pocketed a record $2.5 million (about 2.1 million euros) and are guaranteed at least another $1 million by competing at the FIFA Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates during December.
“This was before you released your first album and you were known as a music producer. I was really shy. You thought I was [singer] Brandy’s assistant, which I wasn’t,” Kardashian West recalled. Wagoner said that Arkansas Amendment 83, which defines a marriage as between a man an a woman (and which passed with 74% of the vote) isn constitutional under either the state or federal constitutions. Constitution, with the Arkansas state constitution saying those rights are inviolate and can be altered. That includes, Wagoner contends, alteration by an Amendment to the state constitution.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeThere was always going to be a huge element of risk when Manchester United drew up transfer plans for their youth players last summer.After winning promotion back to the Premier League 2 Division One most would have expected Neil Wood side to retain their best youth talent and look to seize their return to the top level of youth football. They didn Instead the United chiefs took the selfless approach, allowing the older members of their squad to pursue vital loan moves elsewhere, leaving manager Wood with an exceptionally young squad, even by U23s level.It was a huge risk. Even given mitigation it would be global news if United were relegated again, but it is credit to an incredible pool of players that they are now daring to dream of winning an unlikely league title instead.Scoring six goals in successive wins over Liverpool and Blackburn helped restore the goal difference to neutral after a testing start to the campaign, now United are starting to show real signs of progress with a squad inspired by the talents of Hannibal and Shola Shoretire both shining in the vacancies left by the absent loan stars.Their win over Arsenal on Friday night was a huge show of character from a United side which possesses both the silky individual talent of their recently promoted first team stars and the streetwise brawn required to grind out difficult wins in testing conditions.It was always going to take something special to warm up Leigh Sports Village on a freezing Friday night, thankfully the under soil heating wasn the only thing which rose to the occasion.Dylan Levitt missed out on the match as he nears a loan move to Croatian side NK Istra on loan until the end of the season, so it fell upon Ethan Galbraith to pull the strings in midfield.