Whiz Kidz is an after-school and summer program for elementary children to learn and experience the love of Jesus, build confidence in academics, and grow as young leaders. It took 2 years – and public pressure, but today City Controller Ben Rosenfield told me that the second contract has been revoked, and that the remaining $600,000 will not be paid to Davis Ja & Associates because of the conflict of interests we identified. The remainder of the work will be completed „in-house”. Mr. Rosenfield also informed the Whistleblower Program oversight committee (CGOBOC) that there will be some „personnel action”. However, former CBHS Director Dr. Robert Cabaj resigned in May 2011.
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The latest fortnightly Newspoll offers the government a mixed bag: its best result on two-party preferred since May, with the Coalition lead cut to 54-46 from 57-43 last time, but a 10-point net decline in support for the carbon tax since late July. The two-party shift is entirely down to a four point drop in the Coalition primary vote to 45 per cent, with Labor remaining stuck on 29 per cent. The Greens have leapt three points to 15 per cent, their best result since March. Julia Gillard is up on both approval (three pionts to 31 per cent) and disapproval (one point to 61 per cent), while Tony Abbott is down two on approval to 34 per cent and up two on disapproval to 55 per cent. Local Child Care Baulkham Hills From WhizKidz Abbott’s lead as preferred prime minister is down from 40-35 to 39-36. Support for the carbon tax is down four points to 32 per cent, with opposition up six to 59 per cent.
P.T. Barnum, the great American circus entrepreneur said „you can fool some of the people, some of the time, but not all of the people, all of the time.” Guess what? The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) believes you can fool all of the people, all of the time.
Council workers visiting a rural property in Sydney’s north-west which has allegedly been illegally cleared and developed for a religious group were told police needed the riot squad and a Polair helicopter when accompanying them due to safety concerns, a court hears.
We have a wonderful lineup of guest artists planned for summer 2013, including the pianist and composer Phyllis Chen ; trombonist, composer and scholar George Lewis ; and members of Dal Niente , a Chicago-based ensemble that will perform a concert of world premieres written by Walden faculty members for Dal Niente’s residency in July. In addition, The Walden School Players will return for another electric two-week residency, performing a concert of their own music and many compositions written by Walden students. A more comprehensive listing of this summer’s concert series and guest artists is forthcoming, but I wanted you to know about these incredible artists who will bring their inspiration to Walden’s program this summer.
Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center is a NAEYC Accredited, School Readiness, Reggio-Emilia inspired early learning school! This program includes an affordable, quality school Readiness Preschool Program and a Mixed Age Infant and Toddler Program.
The West of Twin Peaks Central Council has not yet taken a position on this issue. The views expressed herein are mine. At the same time, they do reflect what I have heard from my neighbors in Balboa Terrace. I realize some may disagree with me. However, whatever our views on this issue, we all share a common goal, which is to preserve the peaceful enjoyment of our neighborhoods for ourselves, our children, and yes, our pets.
To address your article in particular, I challenge the notion that this is the beginning of the end. First lets start with the idea that GGP is one of San Francisco’s crown jewels. I agree that it’s SUPPOSED to be one of our jewels but in its current, neglected condition it is not. It can be a lot better. There is the constant drug dealing and numerous homeless encampments. You can find dirty needles and used condoms with frightening regularity, and the bathrooms are in indescribably filthy conditions. The web is littered with ‘letters to the editor’ from tourists who were tremendously disappointed by the condition of GGP. The park has its bright spots and conditions continue to improve with each new project, but having spent several summers in the park as part of my church’s youth day camp program I can tell you the park today is not the park I grew up in.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! This is the mantra of the folks at Jocko’s Steak House, who’ve been cooking their popular steaks the same way since the 1940s: seasoned well, over oak coals, on an old-school Santa Maria-style barbecue. You can smell these choice slabs of meat—with their juicy interior and distinctive, smoky charred exterior—from a few blocks away. Perhaps that’s why the iconic steakhouse’s stickers read „Follow me to Jocko’s!” The restaurant’s extra cut Spencer steak (of Flintstones proportions) is nationally famous for a reason. Whether you live in Paso Robles or San Francisco, Jocko’s is well worth a barbecue pit stop.