Martin was a Life Member of the Groves Knights of Columbus, Council 3491, Les Acadiens Du Texas and the American Legion, Post 0007. He was a skilled handy man and gardener. He had a host of friends through the years and will be missed by all who knew him.He is survived by his wife, Betty; 2 daughters, Gayle Burrows and her husband, John and Ann Richard; and a son, Keith Richard; 3 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.A visitation will be held from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Friday, November 4, 2016 at Levingston Funeral Home, 5601 39th Street, Groves, Texas. A Rosary will be recited at 7:00 PM following the visitation. Martin Richard, 88, of Austin passed away November 1, 2016 in Austin. He was born March 14, 1928 in Morse, Louisiana to Martin and Alice Hoffpauir Richard.Martin graduated high school in Morse, Louisiana in 1945 and moved to Port Arthur, Texas where he worked for Texaco Refining. He later enlisted and served 2 years in the US Navy. Upon returning home, he continued working for Texaco Chevron and retired after 40 years of service.He married Betty Landry and they were together for 66 years. Condolences may be sent at: www.HarrellFuneralHomes.com .Services entrusted to Harrell Funeral Home, 4435 Frontier Trail, Austin, Texas. A Graveside service will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, November 5, 2016, at Greenlawn Memorial Park, Groves, Texas.In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial to your favorite charity.
LAPS News:A Special School Board Meeting will be held virtually at 5:30 p.m. Monday, June 29. This virtual meeting is open to the public. Use the following link to live stream this meeting: https://stream.meet.google.com/stream/d3c3c2de-e057-4ddc-8385-6c0108b7fb69. To submit comments during the meeting, use: [email protected] Agenda1. Pledge of Allegiance 2. Call to Order President Ellen Ben-Naim will call the meeting to order 3. Roll Call 4. Presentations and Recommendations of the Superintendent and Information for the Board Item Strategic Plan Focus Area 8.1 Staff Compensation for 2020-2021 School Year * Innovative Leadership Presented by Kurt Steinhaus * Action Items 5. Adjournment
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The reactor will be used in the Tupras Refinery Project, located in Izmit, Turkey. According to Arancha Ruiz from Coordinadora Internacional, the 34.89 m x 7.95 m x 8.55 m unit was loaded in Japan, along with seven other reactors ranging from 500-700 tonnes.Due to the outstanding weight of the largest reactor, the Turkish destination port of Derince had to be checked to ensure the quayside was capable of handling such a super-heavy load.Ruiz explained that road transportation of the reactor from Derince port to the final jobsite was unfeasible, so a local flat pontoon was chartered to complete the project. The reactor was loaded onboard the pontoon through a ro-ro operation.An earthquake had damaged the destination quay and it required reinforcement prior to the delivery of the cargoes. Furthermore, it was not possible to touch the first 5 m from the quay edge due to structural concerns resulting from that same earthquake, so Coordinadora’s engineering department built a special 12 m long, 1,000-tonne load-bearing capacity ro-ro steel ramp to overcome the problem.The largest reactor was discharged at Derince port directly onto 20 double-axles of SPMTs, which then were carefully positioned on the barge. Coordinadora calculated and managed then ballasting procedure on-site using its team of experienced project forwarders.Coordinadora is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) representing Spain. www.projectcargonetwork.comwww.coordinadora.eu
The multiplayer battles are already tense affairs as players race to capture resource points, create a base and set about taking out the enemy. The addition of ranked matches from today moves the tension up yet another notch as players can now compete in a ladder system to see who is truly the best player. If you haven’t played the game yet check out our Iron Harvest 1920+ review for more information. Watch the video below to see some pre season multiplayer action from Gamescon 2020: The launch of ranked matches officially marks the beginning of the first competitive season. King Art have not only been looking back on the successful pre-season tournament but are also evaluating future eSports activities for Iron Harvest in cooperation with ESL. Iron Harvest 1920+ is the recent RTS from King Art Games and Deep Silver. Set in an alternative history with deep dieselpunk roots, Iron Harvest 1920+ puts you in command of multiple troop types ranging from basic infantry to game-changing giant mechs.
Tomas Satoransky was a big storyline during the second half of the year for the Wizards. The 2012 second round draft pick was a draft and stash that came over for the 2016-2017 season where Satoransky did not get much time, but he finally got his chance in his second season. Satoransky is entering a contract year before hitting restricted free agency.When John Wall went down with an injury last season, head coach Scott Brooks put his confidence in Satoransky to be the full time starter and it paid off. Satoransky filled in admirably for Wall and kept the Wizards in the playoff race.2017-2018 Statistics:MPG: 22.5FG%: .5233P%:.465FT%: .642RPG: 3.2APG: 3.9BPG: .2PPG: 7.2As well as Satoransky played when filling in for Wall, during the playoffs it became clear that Brooks did not fully trust him. Ty Lawson was signed out of China and immediately became the backup point guard despite having not been on the team or in the NBA the whole year. Satoransky essentially fell out of the rotation for most of the series and only scored seven points total in the six games.As of right now Lawson is not on the Wizards roster, and if it remains that way Satoransky should be in line to be the backup point guard. It will be interesting to see if they try to trade Satoransky before the deadline if they do not plan on resigning him.As long as Brooks has confidence in Satoransky, he should be able to produce at an above average level for a backup point guard.Please follow and like us: