Shibani recently graduated from UA Little Rock with a double major in business analytics and human resource management. She was also chosen to attend the 2019 Forbes Under 30 Summit in Detroit, where young entrepreneurs gained advice about business. I asked Lal if he knew his kids had learned valuable lessons growing up in the restaurant and working alongside him..
Home SearchRural crime and fighting the federal carbon tax will once again top the agenda at the midterm convention for the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) this week at TCU Place in Saskatoon.SARM President Ray Orb acknowledged some big gains have been made in regards to rural crime, but he still sees a lot of work to be done.SARM representatives have consulted with the provincial government on the review of trespassing legislation.”We’re hoping that the changes we’ve suggested at least some of them, will be adopted by the province,” he said.Orb said SARM supports strengthening the trespassing law along with improving police enforcement.”We’re still asking for more RCMP officers with greater visibility in the rural areas and we think that combination will do a lot (for) reducing rural crime,” he said.Orb said the federally imposed carbon tax will be up for discussion as well, with the organization officially supporting the province’s court battle against it. He said this is based on the premise that municipalities and farmers are already doing a lot to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.The convention will also meet with representatives from the federal Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) to talk about the proposal to ban the use of strychnine, a type of poison used to control ground squirrels, due concerns about poisoning species at risk.Several SARM members are concerned about the proposed ban.Orb is also interested in learning more about what might be in store for rural municipalities under the federal infrastructure funding agreement. He noted one of the main infrastructure issues in rural areas is the lack of high speed broadband internet.SARM will also take a vote on a resolution to officially support more energy infrastructure projects such as the Kinder Morgan and Energy East pipelines..
Data from across the state backs up Hudson’s hunch. An average of 354 people filed “tenant’s assertions” in each of the last 12 years, for a total of some 4,250 cases over in that time, according to a Virginian Pilot analysis of records from Virginia Court Data, a private group that makes case records searchable statewide since the state court system doesn’t. But it’s not clear how many of those are unlawful exclusions because those aren’t the only things categorized as “tenant’s assertions” by court officials..