The 4 much talked about suspensions from the latest round of Super Rugby

first_imgThursday May 31, 2018 The 4 much talked about suspensions from the latest round of Super Rugby Ahead of the weekend, here’s a quick recap of what happened in the last round of Super Rugby, with four much talked about suspensions for various elements of foul play. We’ve thrown them into one video for you, and given a brief recap of the bans handed out. The Stormers vs Lions game featured a number of interesting calls, the biggest of which was winger Raymond Rhule’s red card for a dangerous challenge on Ruan Combrinck.Raymond Rhule – 3 week suspensionIt looked harsh, as Rhule had jumped up and had to come down. But when it came down to it, he was reckless and his shoulder did make contact with the Lions winger’s chin.Rhule was cited and later pleaded guilty to contravening Law 9.25: A player must not intentionally charge or obstruct an opponent who has just kicked the ball. In his finding, Foul Play Review Committee Chairman Nigel Hampton QC ruled the following: “With respect to sanction the Foul Play Review Committee deemed the act of foul play merited a mid-range entry point of 6 weeks, especially given that that act resulted in a blow to the opposing player’s head. However, taking into account mitigating factors including the Player’s excellent Judicial record, his good character and his early guilty plea at the first available opportunity, the Foul Play Review Committee reduced the suspension to 3 weeks.”JJ Engelbrecht – 1 week suspensionIn the same match, JJ Engelbrecht received a yellow card for a dangerous, lifting tackle. Later in the match he was penalised for a (maybe two?) dangerous clean out at the breakdown, so was issued a citing commissioner’s warning. SANZAAR Disciplinary Rule 6.1 states:“6.1: If a Player has received two Warnings or a combination of a Warning and a Yellow Card during a match, he shall be treated for disciplinary purposes as if he has been sent off.”Englebrecht has been suspended from all forms of the game for 1 week, up to and including 2 June 2018.Ruan Botha – 4 week suspensionIn the Jaguares vs Sharks game, second rower Ruan Botha was issued a straight red card for a dangerous charge into a ruck. He was cited for contravening Law 9.12: Striking with hand or arm.Botha has been suspended from all forms of the game for 4 weeks, up to and including 23 June 2018. “With respect to sanction the Foul Play Review Committee deemed the act of foul play merited a mid range entry point of 4 weeks due to the contact with the opposing Player’s head.”   “The Foul Play Review Committee added 1 week to the initial sanction as aggravation for the fact the Player was suspended for a similar incident less then 12 months prior. However, taking into account the mitigating factor of the Player’s guilty plea at the first available opportunity, the Foul Play Review Committee reduced the suspension to 4 weeks,” the hearing ruled.Folau Faainga’a – 1 week suspensionIn the head butting incident that we featured here earlier in the week, Brumbies hooker Folau Faainga’a was red carded for getting up close and personal with Bulls replacement forward Matthys Basson, who was making his Super Rugby debut.Faainga’a dived ‘into the pool’ then got up and a scuffle ensued, with the Brumbies man getting face to face with Basson, where forehead made contact with nose.A straight red card was issued, and he was later suspended for one week.credit: sanzaarADVERTISEMENT Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Big Hits & Dirty Play Related Articles 25 WEEKS AGO Suspensions handed down after testicle grabbing… 26 WEEKS AGO The ‘double ruffle’ splits opinion with fans… 26 WEEKS AGO WATCH: The nastiest and most brutal moments… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedYou Won’t Believe What the World’s Most Beautiful Girl Looks Like TodayNueeyUrologists Stunned: Forget the Blue Pill, This “Fixes” Your EDSmart Life ReportsDoctors Stunned: She Removes Her Wrinkles With This Inexpensive TipSmart Life ReportsIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier Living30+ Everyday Items with a Secret Hidden PurposeNueeyThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

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RSF reiterates call for independent probe into Maltese journalist’s murder

first_img Organisation News December 7, 2017 RSF reiterates call for independent probe into Maltese journalist’s murder Protecting journalists CorruptionConflicts of interestJudicial harassment A suspect exits the Law Courts in Valletta, Malta on December 6, 2017, after being charged with the murder of blogger and journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia / AFP RSF_en center_img Following this week’s announced arrests of ten suspects in Malta’s investigation into anti-corruption journalist and blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder on 16 October, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) reiterates its call for a full and independent investigation to bring those responsible to justice. Under European Union pressure for results, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced on 4 December that ten suspects had been arrested. They were the first arrests in the case, in which the government has been accused of both political interference and incompetence.Caruana Galizia’s family has issued a statement expressing astonishment that the arrests were announced by the prime minister and not by the police, as should be the case in this kind of investigation.The statement also draws attention to other irregularities, including the fact that the names of the suspects were released and that the magistrate who issued the arrest warrant was not the investigating magistrate in charge of the case.The family also said it was concerned that “a number of people who could be implicated continue to receive political cover for crimes they are widely reported to have committed.” As there was no sign that the investigation was being conducted in an independent manner, the family would continue to demand an “independent and impartial investigation,” the statement added.“In the nearly two months since Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death, the authorities have been unable to show that they are conducting their investigation in an impartial manner, so we support the family’s request and we call for an independent international investigation to establish all the facts of her shocking murder,” said Pauline Adès-Mével, the head of RSF’s EU-Balkans desk.The murder of Caruana Galizia, who often accused both Maltese government and opposition of corruption on her blog, has raised EU concerns about the rule of law in Malta.A European Parliament delegation tasked with examining the situation in Malta made an exploratory visit to the capital, Valetta, last week and confirmed its concerns on its return. There was also grave concern about the death threats made against members of the delegation ahead of the visit.Malta is currently ranked 47th out of 180 countries in RSF’s World Press Freedom Index. Protecting journalists CorruptionConflicts of interestJudicial harassment Help by sharing this informationlast_img read more

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How to make your credit union a habit: Onsite Coverage

first_imgby: Tina OremA credit union can become an impossible-to-break habit for members, and Nir Eyal told a crowd of more than 600 credit union executives at CO-OP’s THiNK conference Wednesday exactly how to make that happen.Habit-formed members are huge for credit unions because they’re more profitable, give credit unions greater flexibility in terms of pricing structure, ward off competitive threats and supercharge growth by reducing the time it takes for members to tell others about a credit union, the author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products said. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

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Legislative watchdog slams PDI-P, Gerindra for trying to push through ‘vested interest’ bills

first_imgThe draft bill raises the minimum age of justices from 47 to 60 years old and scraps justices’ term limits. The prevailing 2011 Constitutional Court Law only allows justices to serve a maximum of two five-year terms.Lucius said the bill might be an attempt by Gerindra to increase its influence on the court, noting the court had previously rejected party chairman Prabowo Subianto’s legal challenge on the 2019 presidential election results.He added that social distancing measures enacted to curb the spread of COVID-19 had made it difficult for people to organize protests, and thus decrease the amount of public pressure on lawmakers.“The public could air their concerns on social media but this will not necessarily push the lawmakers and disrupt the process,” Lucius said. “Take the revised Mining Law for example. The House didn’t hesitate to approve it despite the outcry.”Read also: Explainer: New rules in revised Mining LawHe said the restrictions, coupled with the public’s general apathy, could lead to lawmakers taking advantage of the situation.“The lawmakers may think they have the upper hand to do whatever they want,” he said.Topics : On Tuesday, the government rejected the HIP bill, which aims to regulate the values of the Pancasila ideology and the functions of the Agency for Pancasila Ideology Education (BPIP) – where the PDI-P chairwoman and former president Megawati Soekarnoputri serves as the steering committee head – following outcry from members of the public questioning the urgency of it and some of its contentious articles.The Constitutional Court Law revision bill, however, remains on the table. Experts and civil society groups have questioned the motives behind the bill, which they said might undermine justices’ independence and discourage the public from exercising their right to challenge controversial laws.Read also: Govt opts to postpone deliberation of controversial bill on Pancasila amid backlash against HouseSupratman, the bill’s sole initiator, said the House was waiting for President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to issue a presidential letter to continue deliberation of the bill. Legislative watchdog Indonesian Parliament Watch (Formappi) has criticized the country’s two biggest political parties, the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) and the Gerindra Party, for proposing two bills that it considered to be largely self-serving in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.Formappi researcher Lucius Karus said the Pancasila Ideology Guidelines (HIP) bill – proposed by PDI-P lawmaker Rieke Diah Pitaloka – and the Constitutional Court law revision bill – proposed by Gerindra lawmaker Supratman Andi Agtas – were unnecessary.”This year is a strategic time to pass vested interest bills because in the coming year the lawmakers’ focus would be on elections-related bills,” he told The Jakarta Post on Thursday.last_img read more

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Top seven games of the semester

first_imgEvery year, there’s a game that fans have circled on their calendars from the moment the schedule comes out. After a rather lackluster Wisconsin home football schedule a year ago, this year’s lineup features several must-attend games.But for those students just getting to know Badger sports, there are a handful of other games outside of football that you’re not going to want to miss. If you haven’t circled these games on your calendar, you might want to break out a pen.Wisconsin vs. LSU (Football): Although the first game of Wisconsin’s schedule is far from the friendly confines of Camp Randall, this is possibly one of the biggest games in recent Badger football history. University of Wisconsin has had high profile match-ups in the past, including in the Capital One Bowl this past January against another SEC team, South Carolina. But a regular season game like this one — and the season opener at that — makes this game extremely meaningful. Not only does this game mean a lot for the Wisconsin football program, but it also carries with it a great deal of weight with it for the Big Ten as a whole. The Big Ten has been relatively weak lately, and this is a big statement game for the entire conference if Wisconsin wins. Playing in a big time environment in Houston and against a very viable playoff team in the Tigers makes this not only one of the best games of the semester, but a once in a lifetime opportunity.Wisconsin vs. Penn State (Volleyball): The one unfortunate thing about this National Championship game rematch is that it falls on a Wednesday, but even homework isn’t a good enough reason to miss what could very well be the Big Ten’s top two volleyball teams in action. Wisconsin returns with all but one key player from last season’s run to the championship game, and although the Badgers got swept in straight sets at the Field House last year against Penn State and then fell to the Nittany Lions again in the NCAA final, they are a year older and wiser this season. If you get a chance to be a part of the student section known as the Block Party, this is the game you’ll want to go to.Wisconsin vs. Penn State (Women’s Soccer): Penn State is the team to beat every year in the Big Ten, but this game goes much deeper than just a disdain for the Nittany Lions. Before coming to Wisconsin, Badgers head coach Paula Wilkins coached at Penn State and brought the program to the College Cup, college soccer’s version of the Final Four, on multiple occasions. Wilkins beat the Badgers quite often while at Penn State, but now in her eighth season with Wisconsin, she is tasked with leading her new squad against her former one. A season ago, the Badgers fell one goal short against the Nittany Lions, but with a starting 11 that will be almost exactly the same from a year ago, Wisconsin has a good chance to give PSU a run for the money and the Big Ten title.Wisconsin vs. Indiana (Men’s Soccer): Last season, while playing the defending National Champions at the McClimon Soccer Complex, the Badgers had an improbable comeback. They scored three unanswered goals in the final 20 minutes to knock off the Hoosiers in one of the greatest games in Wisconsin men’s soccer history. After making the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1995, the Badgers’ game this year against Indiana could again determine their postseason fate. Even if you’re not a soccer fan, the primetime start on a Saturday night at McClimon only adds to the luster of a game worth attending.Wisconsin vs. Nebraska (Football): Besides the opening game of the season against LSU, this is the game most students and Badger fans have circled on their calendar for football season. With the new alignment in the Big Ten after the addition of Rutgers and Maryland, the Badgers and Cornhuskers find themselves together in the West and what could be a yearly matchup for the division crown. There could be a surprise or two in the rest of the West division, but expect this mid-November game at Camp Randall to decide who goes to the Big Ten Championship game. The first game between these two in Madison was one to remember, and that should be the case again come Nov. 15.Wisconsin vs. North Dakota (Men’s Hockey): There’s a saying that goes, “I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out.” In a nutshell, that is the Wisconsin-North Dakota hockey rivalry at its finest. After the teams split from the WCHA this past season, the Badgers made sure to get North Dakota back on the schedule for two games at the Kohl Center — and there should be plenty of physicality and hockey in between. The Badgers will enter the series with an eye on retribution after UND knocked them out in the first round of the NCAA tournament this past spring, and considering the long history between the schools, expect plenty of good hockey both nights and a great atmosphere surrounding the ice. If you’ve never been to a Wisconsin hockey game, this would be a great first taste of how special they are.Wisconsin vs. Duke (Men’s basketball): Duke is a university renowned for not only its academics, but probably more so, its college basketball program under head coach Mike Krzyzewski. The first time the Blue Devils came to town back in 2009, the Badgers handed them their first ever Big Ten-ACC Challenge loss, and the atmosphere was rocking at the Kohl Center. After what happened in only the second-ever meeting between the two teams, don’t expect too many tickets to be available for the Dec. 3 matchup.last_img read more

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Famous actor brought to Carndonagh Court on Bench Warrant

first_imgA famous Irish actor appeared before Carndonagh District Court yesterday on foot of a bench warrant.Gerard McSorly was due before Dungloe District Court last Tuesday charged with criminal damage, however the former ‘Fr. Ted’, ‘Braveheart’ and ‘Veronica Guerin’ star did not appear before the court. McSorely, who is originally from Omagh in Co. Tyrone, now has an address of 1 Cúl na Toinne, Magherclogher, Bunbeg, is accused of damaging two flower pots outside Bank of Ireland in Bunbeg, with intent to cause damage or be reckless, on June 16.However he failed to appear before Dungloe Court to answer the charge on July 12, forcing the court to order and arrest warrant to bring him before the court.Garda McBride from Letterkenny Garda Station told the court he saw Mr. McSorley at the Ramelton Road in Letterkenny so he stopped and issued him when the bench warrant and brought him to the current court sitting in Carn that afternoon.Garda McBride said he had no objections to bail.When asked in Carndonagh Court yesterday by Judge Paul Kelly why he failed to appear, Mr. McSorley said he was ‘not aware’ that he was required to attend.Judge Kelly also asked the 66-year-old if he was okay, to which Mr. McSorley answered that he had a ‘very painful knee’.Judge Kelly granted him free legal aid, appointing defence solicitor Jacqui Sharkey, who McSorley said ‘was his neighbour’, to represent him.Judge Kelly remanded the actor on his own bail bond of €100 and adjourned the case until September 13 at Dungloe District Court.Famous actor brought to Carndonagh Court on Bench Warrant was last modified: July 21st, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BunbegFather Tedmc sorleylast_img read more

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Calls for seafood and fisheries funding to be considered ahead of Budget 2020

first_imgThe government has been urged to set funding aside for the Fisheries and Marine sector as the UK prepares to leave the EU on October 31. The calls come from Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Fisheries and the Marine, Pat the Cope Gallagher, who says funding should be set aside for the sector similar to any dedicated funding for other indigenous sectors in the Budget ahead of Brexit.He said: “Ahead of the next budget there is an indication funding will be ring-fenced for certain sectors such as beef. It is imperative the Fisheries and Marine sector is included in any funding. “It is self-evident to everyone that the Marine Sector are not being given recognition when it comes to contingency planning and preparedness for the United Kingdom leaving the EU.“We have an obligation to protect the sector. 60% of mackerel and 40% of Nephrops are caught within UK waters. It is vital that this sector is protected.“The government must protect this sector. The provision of a mitigation fund in the forthcoming budget has to be considered,” concluded Deputy Gallagher.Calls for seafood and fisheries funding to be considered ahead of Budget 2020 was last modified: September 30th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Chelsea mark unwanted record against Leicester

first_imgChelsea Chelsea make unwanted history with third straight 0-0 draw Tom Webber 01:53 1/14/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) EdenHazard - cropped Getty Images Chelsea Premier League Chelsea v Leicester City Leicester City Antonio Conte For the first time in their history, The Blues were held to a goalless draw for the third successive match in all competitions on Saturday Chelsea’s stuttering form in front of goal continued against Leicester City on Saturday and made a piece of unwanted history for the Blues.With a goalless draw against the Foxes, who played the last 22 minutes with 10 men following Ben Chilwell’s second yellow card at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea were held 0-0 for the third successive match in all competitions for the first time.Antonio Conte’s side were unable to develop any momentum as the visitors put on a fine display of high pressing to disrupt the champions. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Eden Hazard was starved of service and endured a quiet outing before being replaced in the 58th minute, while Alvaro Morata’s dip in form showed no signs of ending as he failed to register a single shot on goal.3 – Chelsea have drawn three consecutive games 0-0 in all competitions for the first time in their history. Blank.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 13, 2018 The Blues – who could slip behind Liverpool and into fourth on Sunday – will hope to get back on track in their FA Cup third-round replay at home to second-tier Norwich City on Wednesday. Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.last_img read more

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Indigenous activists opposing Energy East dont fear proposed antiterror bill

first_imgTrina RoacheAPTN National NewsHALIFAX—Indigenous grassroots leaders say the Harper government’s anti-terrorism Bill C-51 won’t stop their opposition to the Energy East pipeline.The proposed bill would give more power to law enforcement authorities and Canada’s spy agency to counter perceived terrorism threats.Critics have raised concerns over aspects of the bill, including allowing police to execute “preventative” arrests if authorities suspect a terrorist plot “may be carried out.” Critics also argue that the bill, by criminalizing the promotion of terrorism, threatens free speech.The bill also includes “interference with critical infrastructure” and economy as part of what could be constituted as a terrorist threat.Indigenous activists wonder what that will mean for future protests and blockades of the proposed pipeline, which will cut through 180 First Nations.“I think Bill C-51 represents how desperate this government is,” said Clayton Thomas-Muller, Co-Director of the Indigenous Tar Sands Campaign. “The extremes they’ll go to, to deal with the incredible resurgence and energy of Indigenous movements in this country. I’m not afraid of it. Absolutely not.”The bill passed second reading in the House of Commons Monday evening with the support of the Liberal party.At the same time Conservative and Liberal MPs stood to support the bill, over 100 people came out to Dalhousie University in Halifax to hear Indigenous leaders and activists talk about their plans to stop the Energy East pipeline.Judy DaSilva, an Anishnabe activist from Grassy Narrows, told the audience about her fight against clear-cut logging. She knows how vital it is to protect water. Her community in northwestern Ontario lives with the effects of mercury poisoning from a nearby pulp mill.DaSilva fears potential spills from the 4,600 km pipeline, which will stretch from the Alberta to New Brunswick. It will carry 1.1 million barrels of crude oil a day, increasing tar sands production, a corner stone in the Harper government’s economic plan despite the crash in oil prices.The proposed anti-terrorism bill won’t stop DaSilva from protesting.“We feel like the law coming out of parliament, it’s nothing to us,” said DaSilva. “To Indigenous people it’s nothing compared to the law of the creator. If we do direct action, we can’t have that fear of Bill C-51, we just got to have our feet, our moccasins, on the ground, to feel the power of mother earth, that’s who we’re protecting. The laws? I don’t understand them, I don’t believe in them, I don’t listen to them.”Thomas-Muller points out since Harper gutted the Fisheries and Environment Acts, Indigenous rights play a key role in protecting land and water.“Indigenous resistance is the last bastion against ravaging the environment,” said Thomas-Muller. “In New Brunswick, there’s now a moratorium against fracking. Direct action works it’s effective. There’s a lot of lessons to be learned from that struggle.”Mi’kmaw activist Shelley Young was part of those fracking protests near the Elsipogtog First Nation. She wonders how it would have played out differently if the terrorism legislation had existed then.“There would be many more of us in jail, many more of us attacked,” said Young.The media images of burned-out RCMP cars and reports of violence didn’t reflect what it was like on the ground, said Young.“It was a very positive thing, what you saw in the news, didn’t reflect what was happening there. We drummed, we laughed. It was beautiful,” she said.The bill does allow for lawful protests. But whether it’s over fracking or pipelines, blockades can be seen by government as disrupting the economy or infrastructure.Bill C-51 doesn’t define terrorism, and that’s one of the criticisms NDP leader Tom Mulcair has raised. He calls aspects of the bill vague.Mulcair was in Halifax Monday and met with environmental groups and First Nations leaders to talk about how the bill will impact future protests.“With regard to Peter MacKay our justice minister,” said Mulcair. “I asked him several times last week give me one example of what you mean when you say that you’re going to be going after these groups to disrupt them, what does that means concretely, they can’t give an answer.”Harper said Indigenous groups are right in their concern over the proposed bill.“The groups are correctly concerned that they could be in the crosshairs of Mr. Harper in this plan,” he said.The NDP Leader said police already have the tools to fight security threats.“Yes, we’re going to oppose this bill, we’re going to vote against it, we’re going to fight it every step of the way,” he said.That could prove to be an uphill battle. With Liberal support, Bill C-51 passed second reading with a vote of 176-87 and will now go to the Steering Committee on Public Safety and National [email protected]@TrinaRoachelast_img read more

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City to hold public hearing on proposed CoOp gas station

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John has scheduled a public hearing for the proposed Co-Op Gas Station development.The hearing, originally scheduled for November 26, is now set to take place on December 10.  It will allow members of the public to voice their concerns or support for the proposed gas station.On July 11, 2018, the City hosted a public engagement event to gather feedback fromneighbouring residents regarding the proposed development. The proposal details for the project can be viewed HERE. “Originally the site was zoned correctly, but for some reason, it got rezoned, and now I have to make an application again for it to have the gas and propane.”Currently, Co-Op is waiting for the third reading, a public hearing, followed by Council’s final decision on the project.“As far as the City planner stuff, they are in favour of that location,” said Lussier.The public hearing for the proposed Co-Op gas station is scheduled for December 10 at the Fort St. John City Hall Council Chambers.center_img The City says the information gathered during the event and the online survey was reviewed and used to inform the regulations and landscaping requirements being proposed within the Zoning Amendment Bylaw.In addition to the surveys and comments received at the public engagement event, a resident submitted a petition against the proposed development with 23 signatures from residents of neighbouring Mackenzie Place at the engagement event on July 11.Fort St. John Co-Op General Manager, Brad Lussier, says the proposed gas station will provide multiple services.“There will be a 2,800 square-foot convenience store, which will have seven-days-a-week propane service, and, of course, a car wash. We’ve looked at the area, and it’s very high density for residential, so that’s why we identified that property as a place to put up a store.”The proposed site location is at the corner of 114A Avenue and 100 Street.Lussier says he has to resubmit an application due to the rezoning of the proposed site.last_img read more

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