The week of February 20 has items of possible interest to residents of district 2 at the , the , the , the Urban Design Commission, the Vending Oversight Committee, the Pedestrian/Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Commission and the Housing Strategy Committee. The city meeting 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 particular interest or concern so please send me an email or give me a call..
Dates have been announced for the upcoming sectional bowling tournament next month at Boulevard Bowl. The girls in all classes will bowl Thursday, Feb. 4, while the Class B boys compete the next day. “Rebuilding our communities is something that we cannot do from Albany or Washington, rather, we have to do it community by community across the state,” Governor Cuomo said. “There are certain things that government should do on a top down, macro level we have been doing exhaustive systems redevelopment and are actively preparing citizens across the state by holding emergency preparedness training events and opening the College of Emergency Preparedness and Homeland Security. But the way to really build New York back was to go to affected communities and ask them to come together and figure out a plan for what their specific community needed, so that we could fund their vision.
Figure 2. Women dressed as angels holds signs at the Place de la Repubique in Paris where hundreds of pairs of shoes were placed on November 29, 2015, on the eve of the official opening of the UN COP21 conference. The shoes were placed as part of a symbolic and peaceful rally called by the nongovernmental organization Avaaz.
No one can, and anyone who pretends they can are spending more than half their time and energy on context switching. This is guaranteed burnout, and quick.Two, you may just in fact be discovering that this line of work is not for you. Also a prescription for burnout if you don make a move.Avoid burnout.
Some of these initiatives seemed to begin almost by accident; all of them could still go awry; any of them could blow up in Kerry’s face. His critics say that even if these initiatives don’t collapse, they may do more to boost Kerry’s stature than to increase geopolitical stability. But it’s looking more and more possible that when the history of early 21st century diplomacy gets written, it will be Kerry who is credited with making the State Department relevant again..