FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Flyers had a bit of an uphill battle on Saturday night in Grimshaw against the top team in the NPHL East.Facing off against the Huskies, the Flyers had a bit of an uphill battle from the get-go. Head coach Andrew Leriger says that the team only had 13 players make the journey on Saturday night. Travis McLean stopped all nine Grimshaw shots in the first period, although none of the Flyers’ ten shots made it in to keep it a 0-0 draw after twenty minutes.In the second period, Joey Massingham finally broke the deadlock for the Flyers assisted by Jeff Shipton 3:27 into stanza number two. Fort St. John managed to kill off three penalties before the Grimshaw Huskies would finally capitalise on the man advantage. Despite this, Rick Cleaver scored unassisted with two seconds left in the frame to give the Flyers a 2-1 lead going into the second intermission.- Advertisement -Penalties continued to be an issue for Fort St. John. Leringer says that on two occasions, players wearing a ‘C’ or an ‘A’ were assessed ten-minute Misconduct penalties for asking for an explanation from the referee. Leringer himself says that he was assessed his first-ever Game Misconduct penalty in the first five minutes of the third after asking for the referee to explain a call. Despite the penalties, Cleaver scored his second of the night on the power play just over six minutes into the final period, assisted by Massingham and Brady Busche. Marshall Sidwell made it 4-1 Flyers on a feed from Cole Calliou just past the halfway mark. Though the Huskies added another goal, the Flyers held on for a 4-2 win.The Flyers are back in action on Thursday night when they head to Grande Prairie for a game against the Athletics. The team returns to the North Peace Arena this Saturday night when they host the Dawson Creek Sr. Canucks at 8:30 p.m.
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KUSI Newsroom, September 6, 2017 Former DA Bonnie Dumanis files paperwork for run at Board of Supervisors SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Former San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis ended months of speculation by filing paperwork announcing her intention to run for the county Board of Supervisors.Dumanis, a Republican, resigned in July after nearly 15 years as the county’s district attorney, but months before her resignation, she sent a letter to her office staff in which she said she was considering running for the Board of Supervisors.”To be clear, I have not decided if I will be a candidate or not,” Dumanis wrote in an April letter, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. “I believe my experience, and the critical role that the Board plays in public safety and policy issues, would make me an effective member.”She said in that letter that part of her reason for resigning as district attorney was to “explore my potential candidacy.”On Tuesday, the San Diego County Registrar of Voters Office processed two forms filed by the 65-year-old Dumanis: her candidate intention statement and a statement of organization for the “Bonnie Dumanis for Supervisor 2018” committee. April Boling, board chair of the San Diego Regional Airport Authority and a self-described taxpayer watchdog, was listed as the committee’s treasurer.Dumanis is vying to replace Ron Roberts, who has served on the Board of Supervisors since 1994 but is leaving office due to term limits. The district has nearly twice as many registered Democrats than Republicans.Dumanis adds another big name to a growing field of candidates looking to replace Roberts that already includes former state Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, a Republican-turned-Democrat who is married to state Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez. Both Fletcher and Dumanis launched unsuccessful mayoral campaigns in the past.The others who have announced they’ll run include attorney Omar Passons and retired San Diego Fire-Rescue Department Deputy Chief Ken Malbrough, both Democrats, and real estate adviser Marcia Nordstrom, a Republican.Dumanis, who was also a deputy district attorney and judge, beat out incumbent Paul Pfingst to win election as district attorney in 2002, becoming the first openly gay head prosecutor in the country. She was re-elected three times, running unopposed in 2006 and 2010 and prevailing in the 2014 primary. Posted: September 6, 2017 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom
Dan Cohen AUTHOR The McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority, the local agency responsible for redeveloping 145 acres on the former Fort McPherson in southwest Atlanta is looking for consultants to provide strategic planning and or residential real estate development services.The RFP for strategic planning services seeks a provider to collaborate with, develop, lead and advise the LRA on a strategic plan focusing on financial viability, organizational capacity building, stakeholder engagement, financing tools for real estate transactions and leveraging relationships with potential partners.The Fort Mac LRA also seeks a development partner with the financial capacity to support creative ideas and strategies for the redesign/adaptive reuse, property management and leasing services for 16 existing residential duplex properties.The deadline for responding to the requests, which can be found on the Fort Mac LRA website, is Oct. 5.