Jerry s Motel – Budget Downtown Los Angeles Hotel Motel Near Staples

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Stay in LA on a Budget

Jerry’s Motel in Downtown Los Angeles is conveniently located near the Los Angeles Convention Center, Dodger Stadium, Staples Center, Broad Museum and Walt Disney Concert Hall as well as major tourist hotspots and public transportation hubs. We are very popular with budget conscious business and tourist travelers looking for a great place to sleep at an affordable rate without sacrificing quality, service and location.

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Union First Market Bank Online Banking & Locations

Union First Market Bank is one of the thousands of banks licensed to do business in the United States. General and financial information for the banking operations of Union First Market Bank are provided below.

Union First Market Bank Online Banking Information

Union First Market Bank Details

  • Union First Market Bank Headquarters: Richmond, Virginia
  • Union First Market Bank U.S. Offices: 133
  • Union First Market Bank Foreign Offices: 0
  • Union First Market Bank Total Deposits: $5,649,009,000
  • Union First Market Bank Total Assets: $7,333,085,000
  • Union First Market Bank Net Income: $59,258,000 * (Bank data provided by FDIC and believed to be current as of 12/31/2014)

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Analysis shows homeowners face $471 annual fire service bill #nsw, #fire #and


Analysis shows homeowners face $471 annual fire service bill

Sydney homeowners face average annual bills as high as $471 under a new system for funding the state’s fire and emergency services, an analysis suggests.

The figure, based on an analysis by the NSW fire fighters’ union, is 2½ times the $185 average touted by the state government when it unveiled the reform earlier this month.

The analysis reveals homeowners in North Sydney, Mosman and the northern beaches face paying the higher average levy as they prepare to vote in the North Shore and Manly by-elections on April 8.

Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has introduced legislation to Parliament that shifts the bulk of the funding of the $950 million annual fire and emergency services budget from a tax on insurance contracts to a levy on all NSW land from July 1.

Homeowners will be able to calculate the exact size of the levy from May 1 after the fire and emergency services budget is set.

But announcing the reform, Mr Perrottet said the average bill for residential property owners would be $185.

The government says for fully-insured homeowners the fire services levy contribution should drop from an annual average $233, for a saving of $47 a year.

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However, the Fire Brigade Employees Union analysis shows the highest residential payments will on average be $471.

It says homeowners in areas including Parramatta, Canterbury, Ku-ring-gai, Bankstown, Burwood, Canada Bay, Hornsby, Ryde and Strathfield face annual bills of $361.

For homeowners in Sydney’s west, including Liverpool, Penrith, The Hills, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Blacktown, Blue Mountains and Camden, the bill is estimated at $224.

A spokesman for Mr Perrottet said the union figures “do not appear to accurately reflect the amount of FESL that property owners will pay” but did not release government estimates.

The union also argues that the burden of funding will shift towards residential land owners and away from business under the reforms.

A 2011 Insurance Council report said residential property owners contributed 45 per cent to the three-quarters of the fire and emergency services budget raised through insurance contracts under the existing system. Commercial property owners contributed 49 per cent.

Under the changes, the residential component is 58 per cent and for commercial land 26.6 per cent.

Mr Perrottet’s spokesman said the government figures were based on “far more rigorous and comprehensive data” than the “estimates” in the Insurance Council report.

FBEU state secretary Leighton Drury said the levy was “a new billion-dollar tax on property owners that will cost many NSW households hundreds of dollars more”.

Mr Drury said a government promise that land owners can calculate the exact amount of their levy from May 1 was too late as “the Berejiklian government is trying to ram this through the Parliament now”.

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Local 2627, DC 37, AFSCME – New York City Electronic Data Processing

Welcome to Local 2627

IMPORTANT: You Cannot Be Forced To Take A Position or Promotion

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

You cannot be forced to take any position or promotion. You can not be forced to give up your civil service position to take a non-civil service position. If your agency changes or tries to change your civil service status without your permission, contact Local 2627 immediately. Be cautious, not all positions offered are protected DC 37 or union positions.

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Advanced Shop Steward Training

For all who have attended Shop Steward training and wish to attend Advanced Shop Steward training you should call the DC 37 Education Fund at 212-815-1700. The classes start in September. Call for a reservation.


Good and Welfare is generally flowers or a fruit basket sent to members that are seriously ill or members who suffer the death of an immediate family member or a new birth in the members immediate family. As I stated generally, there are some exceptions that we decide on as they occur.

Per the Citywide Contract: Article 5, Section 5, Sub-Section 6:

Family member shall be defined as: spouse; natural, foster or step parent; child, brother or sister; father-in-law; mother-in-law; any relative residing in the household; and domestic partner, provided such domestic partner is registered pursuant to the terms set forth in the New York City Administrative Code Section 3-240 et seq.

When you send a request for Good and Welfare for a member you always have to include the member’s name, agency and phone number. We need to know the where to send, the what to send and the who to send to.

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Best Interest Rate on Senior Citizens Bank Fixed Deposits- July 2017 #fd


Best Interest Rate on Senior Citizens Bank Fixed Deposits July 2017

Highest Interest Rate on Bank Fixed Deposits for Senior Citizens July 2017

The post lists down the rate of interest on Bank fixed deposits for Senior Citizens as of July 4, 2017.

You might want to bookmark this page as the FD interest rates would be updated every month. Would help you in better decision making.

Fixed Deposit Highlights:

  • Most banks offer FDs for tenure of 7 Days to 10 Years.
  • The Ratnakar Bank IDBI Bank do offer fixed deposits up to 20 years too .
  • For very short Term Deposits the interest rate is similar to that of Savings Account and so you should not worry about FD. Also Interest up to Rs 10,000 in Saving Account is Tax free .
  • Most banks compound interest quarterly
  • Banks offer Loan/Overdraft against the amount available in Fixed Deposit. The interest is generally 0.5% to 1% more than that offered to FD.
  • TDS (Tax deduction at source) at the rate of 10% is deducted, if the interest income is more than Rs 10,000 in financial year per bank. You can fill Form15G/H
  • You can fill Form15G/H if you want to avoid TDS .
  • There might be penalty for pre-mature withdrawal of Fixed Deposits

Fixed Deposit Interest Rates:

The highest interest rate is offered by The Deutsche Bank at 8.25% for 1 to 2 years Fixed Deposit.

For comparing the best interest rates on fixed deposits over different duration of investment, we have it divided into following 5 slabs:

  • FD for Less than 1 Year
  • FD for 1 to 2 years
  • FD for 2 to 5 Years
  • FD for 5 to 10 years
  • FD for More than 10 years

We show the highest interest rates on fixed deposits for the above duration buckets. We have also compared the best interest rates on offer by that being offered by State Bank of India (SBI), ICICI Bank and Post Offices.

Interest Rate (Senior Citizens) for FD Less than 1 Year:

The highest interest rate is offered by The Ratnakar Bank (241 days to 364 days) at 7.60% .

Shankar Iyer says:

I suppose there has to be an extensive study before stats are pur out esp. with reference to Ratnakar Bank. If you could check Varacha Bank, Surat Peoples Bank, Sutex Bank, Sarvoday Coop Bank ( all coop banks in Surrat) whose financials are available and NPAs are available for view. These give better returns than Ratnakar. Also, see Gujarat Rajya Karmachari Coop Bank. Investments upto Rs. 1 lac is insured. Also, the investor needs to be educated on the maneouveing of applicant names while opening accounts with coop banks, so that only the benefit of sr citizen is obtained, but the deposits are also insured.

I agree with your views and you can use various combinations of names of account holders to get benefit of deposit insurance. Historically co-operative banks have been riskier and so they offer higher interest rate. Also claiming insurance in case of default is not easy and it may take time. So it s individuals call weather to take risk for slightly higher interest rates.

Tolleson Union High School District #tolleson #union #high #school #district,tolleson #union #schools,tolleson


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Message from our Superintendent

Dear TUHSD Community,

I would like to wish you all a very safe and enjoyable 4th of July holiday with your family and friends! I would also like to thank our veterans for their service to our amazing country.

We are currently enrolling for the 2017-2018 school year. Please check in with your neighborhood TUHSD school and make sure they have everything they need to ensure a smooth enrollment process for your students. We especially welcome those families who are sending their students to us for the very first time, including freshmen, student transfers, and those from other local areas. Welcome! We are so thrilled that you have selected us to provide your student with the best educational opportunities available. TUHSD is the best choice for a quality education! We look forward to making this a very rewarding school year for all of you.

As a reminder, please make a note of these important dates. Student walk-through enrollment and schedule pick-up dates are:

Friday, July 28 for Grade 12
Monday, July 31 for Grades 10 and 11
Tuesday, August 1 for Grade 9

(Check with your school for specific times)

First Day of School for Freshmen – August 7
First Day of School for All Students – August 8
Parent Night at All School Sites – August 16 from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

I also want to share with you that we have just completed a very successful and well-attended Summer Academy on the campus of Sierra Linda. Enrollment for first session was 1,264 and second session was 1,083 with dedicated students that were ready to learn every day. Our summer food program, also on the campus of Sierra Linda High School, was a huge success with an average of 700 students eating a healthy, free meal every day.

While all of this was going on, we have had some great successes over the break with Sierra Linda art teacher, David Murrieta, using part of his summer to complete a mural in downtown Phoenix, highlighting Hispanic leadership and culture in Arizona. David made the news rounds and was a guest on Horizon, a public affairs show on PBS channel 8.

I would like to thank the city of Avondale for their continued partnership with our district and for inviting our students to participate in a poster contest for their annual Public Works calendar. Students in Mr. Zachary Kovach’s class submitted posters for consideration and eleven of the students’ posters were selected for inclusion in this year’s calendar. Be sure to pick up your Public Works calendar from the city of Avondale!

In addition, Jennifer Martinez, University High School’s student of the year, has been accepted to the prestigious Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America (LEDA) program at Princeton University. Jennifer is one of 100 qualified high school juniors across the nation who show leadership potential and as a LEDA scholar; she will receive leadership training, writing instruction, standardized test preparation, and a year of highly personalized guidance as she navigates the application and admissions process at the most competitive colleges. Jennifer is representative of the many good things our students are accomplishing in their high school careers at TUHSD.

If you want to stay informed on everything that is happening in our district or at any of the high schools, connect with us on social media. Follow us on Facebook or on Twitter .

Thank you for your continued support.

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Kevin Johnson’s charter schools have long angered unions. Now teachers there may join one.

By Loretta Kalb

May 03, 2017 10:12 AM

A majority of teachers at the St. Hope Public Schools charter system have signed a petition to become members of the Sacramento City Teachers Association, the labor union announced Wednesday.

If completed in the coming months, as SCTA officials expect, the marriage of the activist-style teachers union and the charter school system founded by former Mayor Kevin Johnson would be an odd pairing within the Sacramento City Unified School District.

No other independent charter schools in the district have unionized, and education labor leaders have long been critical of Johnson and his wife, Michelle Rhee. The Sacramento teachers union has remained an ardent opponent of St. Hope since it won school board approval to convert Sacramento High School to a charter campus in 2003.

Rhee is a prominent advocate for charter schools, chairs the board for St. Hope and is the former chancellor for Washington, D.C. public schools, where she drew controversy for bucking the teachers union.

“It used to be insurance companies and the trial lawyers doing the big fight,” said Sacramento political consultant Andrew Acosta. “Now you have this becoming much more of teachers unions vs. charter school playing itself out.”

The Sacramento teachers union has eyed St. Hope schools for years. John Borsos, executive director for the labor group, said there have been periods since the school system was created more than a decade ago that educators expressed an interest in trying to organize.

“From the moment St. Hope was created, there was always a belief that if educators decided it was right for them, then being unionized made sense,” Borsos said.

St. Hope has more than 1,600 students and 100 teachers in four schools: Sacramento Charter High, P.S. 7 Middle School, P.S. 7 Elementary and Oak Park Prep. Its largest school – the high school – has more than 900 students and occupies the former campus of Sacramento High School. The city’s oldest high school, Sacramento High faced possible state takeover in 2003. It closed in June and reopened the next fall as a charter. Within a few years, its graduation rates improved and academic performance improved and its dropout rates fell. By 2009, more than 70 percent of its graduating class was accepted to a four-year college.

Stephanie Farland, a consultant on charter school oversight in California, said she sees the benefits that students can receive when there is no labor agreement. But she also sees the price that young or new teachers pay because of high involvement, home visits and long hours.

“Charter schools often are successful because they have highly engaged and involved staff,” said Farland, executive director of Sacramento-based Collaborative Solutions for Charter Authorizers, which works with school districts and county education offices in California.

One of the reasons, she said, is that “most charters don’t have union rules they have to follow. They really work the teachers pretty hard.”

That translates into historically high turnover rates and burnout, she said. “While they are there, they are doing a great job,” Farland said. “But once they burn out, there are really no protections for them.”

She said she understands the need for teachers to be paid well and fairly. “But for the charters that are successful and have high expectations for teacher involvement, I think unionization is going to hurt that.”

Statewide, about 30 percent of charter schools had some form of collective bargaining agreement or representation in 2015, according to the California Charter Schools Association.

“I think it has a lot to do with the national political context,” Borsos said. “I think there’s a lot of uncertainty and concern. And I think that one thing the labor movement has represented is stability, job security and professional advocacy. And the national turmoil has percolated down into the communities. I think people are feeling the turbulence.”

Borsos said the labor group expects that “when people see the success that St. Hope educators have,” teachers at other charters will want to join in.

The SCTA cited a lack of transparency and high turnover as key issues with the St. Hope system.

Kingsley Melton, a law and public service teacher at Sacramento High, was among those who talked to co-workers about signing the SCTA petition.

“It was not easy,” Melton said of those conversations. “But it was easy to talk about the issues. We’re all in agreement: teacher turnover, lack of voice in the decision-making process involving kids and financial transparency.”

Melton, 40, said some teachers were worried about their own job security. But he said he and others are devoted to the school.

“I do believe wholeheartedly in our school’s mission and vision,” he said, describing the mission as providing students skills and the mindset to graduate from college. “I see unionizing as the best way to do that.”

Dominique Amis, chief operating officer for St. Hope, said in an email that any unionization may change the culture of success in the school system.

“We recognize that there are improvements we can make to ensure our staff feel valued and supported,” she wrote. “We think the best way to do this is through direct, collaborative conversations and actions with our staff rather than combative contract negotiations driven by external parties. The flexibility, autonomy, and collaborative environment we have built at St. Hope has dramatically improved the academic performance and outcome for our students.”

She said that any form of unionization “may challenge the environment and culture of success we have built and prioritize the desires of adults over the needs of our students.”

Amis cited the high school’s strong record of graduating more college-eligible African American male students than all other high schools in the district. The college-eligible rate for the entire high school, she said, is 98 percent. In 2003, by contrast, just 39 percent of the graduating class was college eligible, she said. The high school serves a mostly minority population.

SCTA submitted a petition signed by a majority of teachers, psychologists and counselors to the state Public Employment Relations Board on Friday.

J. Felix De La Torre, general counsel for the employment relations board, said the agency sent a letter to St. Hope Public Schools on Tuesday asking administrators to post notices of the labor effort at school sites for 15 working days.

De La Torre said the school system has the option of filing an objection to the unionization based on procedural or other grounds, and those objections would be investigated.

St. Hope also has 20 days to provide the agency with a list of all employees in the proposed labor unit and their job classifications.


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Accelerated BSN

  • Available on Jackson, Germantown and Hendersonville Campuses

Union University School of Nursing offers a 15 month Bachelor of Science in Nursing Accelerated (BSNA) degree track for non-nurses who have a bachelor’s degree in another field or are at least 24 years of age and have completed general educational requirements but did not previously complete a bachelor’s degree.

Admission Criteria

  • GPA of 3.0 for the last 60 hours of coursework
  • Grades of C or higher required for all Natural Science, Social Science, Math & English courses
  • If you are not a U.S. citizen, an international application must be completed and submitted with the BSN application.
    • All international transcripts must be evaluated by an accredited evaluating agency found at the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services’ website:

Please note – Below is a list of the required prerequisites and general education for ALL applicants. We prefer these courses be completed prior to the application deadline. However, these courses may be “in progress” as of the application deadline.

Required Pre-requisites

NOTE: We are currently working on curriculum changes related to these prerequisites, and we should have the final information up by 6/15/2017.

Applicants WITH an earned bachelor degree in another field:

BIO 221: Anatomy Physiology (within last 5 years)

Total Credit Hours: 73

Contact Information

Admissions Checklist

*Please allow at least 2-4 weeks after application has been submitted for verification in NursingCAS. Applications that are not verified will not be fully reviewed by Nursing Admissions. Applicants will be notified by email when their application is under review.

*Please note: If you are applying to the Traditional 4-year BSN program. please contact Undergraduate Admissions at 731-661-5100.

*Upon acceptance into the program, the following items must be completed:

  • Current CPR certification (Must be American Heart Association, Healthcare Provider)
  • Physical exam form & immunization record
  • Clear urine drug screen
  • Clear criminal background check

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Jerry s Motel – Budget Downtown Los Angeles Hotel Motel Near Staples

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Stay in LA on a Budget

Jerry’s Motel in Downtown Los Angeles is conveniently located near the Los Angeles Convention Center, Dodger Stadium, Staples Center, Broad Museum and Walt Disney Concert Hall as well as major tourist hotspots and public transportation hubs. We are very popular with budget conscious business and tourist travelers looking for a great place to sleep at an affordable rate without sacrificing quality, service and location.

Discover a new way to travel without breaking the bank! Instantly save by booking direct. Our website guarantees you the lowest and best available rate. You will save money on your hotel stay and be able to spend it on the fun things in life: food and entertainment!

St John s Court Motel – 167 Union Street, SH1, Milton –

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St John’s Court Motel ID: 1261


Two motels, opposite one another. One the older Aotea motel and the other, the St. John s Court Motel 24 units in total.

Aotea. 10 units ( 2 x studio, 3 x two bedroom and 5 x one bedroom.

St. John s: 14 units ( 10 studio. Including two access units and four 2 bedroom units with 3 with spa baths.


This is the only motel business in Milton.

The business is easily run from the reception area. Aotea was taken over four years ago but has not been included in the Asure group. St. John s Motel, four star complex, is included in the Asure Group. Asure provide quality accommodation and excellent facilities. The Asure loyalty programme provides extra incentive to stay. Bookings may be made either direct or through Asure.

Owner s Accommodation:

Modern, spacious, open plan kitchen, dining room and lounge.

Three bedroom residence with two bathrooms. Connected to the hub of the business. The Kitchen has a commercial oven for client breakfasts and meals.

Heating by Heat Pump. LPG for the hot plates.


Asure St. John s built in 2006


  • On SH 1 Southern Scenic route
  • Gateway to Central Otago, Catlins Coast and South Otago
  • 20 minutes south of Dunedin s International airport
  • 45 minutes south of Dunedin City
  • Ample parking
  • Excellent occupancy
  • 24 units to suit all needs

Further Information:

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