Advertisement IRISH Water has completed upgrade works to the Croom Water Supply Scheme which will help ensure a clean, safe and secure supply for the area into the future.This investment benefits over 1,700 customers and has led to the removal of this supply from the EPA’s Remedial Action List (RAL).Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Previous articleScéalta Grá na hÉireann – 6-part series about Ireland’s Greatest Love Stories Grace O’Malley & Iron Richard Bourke Wednesday 17th 8:30pm TG4.Next articleLimerick Company among the winners at National Enterprise Awards Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Irish Water continues to work with our Local Authority partners, contractors and others to safeguard the health and well-being of both staff and the public and to ensure the continuity of critical drinking water and wastewater services. Irish Water would like to remind people to follow the HSE COVID-19 advice and ensure frequent handwashing. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Facebook Twitter Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post The works comprised the development of a new production well, disinfection system and supporting infrastructure to supplement the existing supply to Croom.Bringing this additional source on stream also improves the resilience of the local water supply, particularly in times of drought.The development of this new source, located near the Croom bypass, will increase the volume and quality of water available for homes and businesses in the area and reduce the likelihood of unplanned supply disruption.Paul Cremin, Irish Water’s Asset Delivery Lead, said, “The is an important upgrade of the Croom Water Supply Scheme which will help secure the supply for Croom, Banogue and surrounding areas. Combined with other related upgrades in the disinfection and telemetry systems, it will help improve the safety, security and resilience of the supply.“Croom is a growing and vibrant village and having a safe, secure water supply is essential to its ongoing development. For this reason we are very pleased to have completed this important upgrade to the water supply infrastructure in the area.”This project is one example of how Irish Water is working in partnership with Limerick City & County Council every day to address deficiencies in Limerick’s water network and safeguard water supplies for communities around the county. Upgrade work is also underway at present in Pallagreen, Oola and Fedamore. Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Print LimerickNewsIrish Water completes works to provide safe and secure drinking water supply to CroomBy Staff Reporter – February 14, 2021 95 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Email WhatsApp
A servery in the kitchen opens to the back deck.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020A set of glass and timber doors topped by timber fretwork leads from the lounge room through to the open-plan dining room and kitchen. The timber kitchen has plenty of cupboard and bench space, a pantry, stainless steel appliances, a gas cooktop and a servery with bi-fold windows opening to the covered rear deck. French doors in the dining room open to the rear deck, which overlooks the back yard with established lawn and gardens, barbecue gazebo and paved entertainment area. Back inside, the master bedroom has a built-in robe, carpet and traditional windows that allow for plenty of natural light during the day. The home at 38 Strawberry Rd, Manly West is new to the market.THIS charming cottage with a big yard is new to the market in Manly West. The three-bedroom home at 38 Strawberry Rd, Manly West is on a 607sq m allotment with a white picket fence and established hedge.Marketing agent Kyle Woodbine, of Ray White Wynnum Manly, said the home had loads of traditional cottage features as well as modern- day luxuries. A small porch protects the front door, which opens to the living room with timber floors and plenty of natural light. The covered deck looks out over the yard.The second bedroom also has a built-in robe and the bathroom has a shower-over-bath, toilet and linen closet. The laundry is off the back deck and includes a second toilet and a storage cupboard. The home has timber floors and timber accents throughout, solar panels, and ceiling fans and airconditioning in the living area.There are two sheds, a single carport, side access and space for the boat or trailer.The home is close to Manly train station, Manly State School, Manly Village and the Esplanade.
Coming off a near-upset over then-No. 25 Louisiana State, Syracuse (2-2) travels to North Carolina State (3-1) to take on the Wolfpack at 12:20 p.m. at Carter-Finley Stadium. Last season, N.C. State edged the Eric Dungey-less Orange, 35-20.Joe Bloss (3-1)Blow the house downSU 21, N.C. State 17Syracuse had its chances to beat LSU. If a few more tackles were made and a certain kickoff was booted into the back of the end zone, we might be talking about the greatest win of Babers’ era at SU. Those small details will go the Orange’s way this week, giving it a huge road win over the Wolfpack that will reverse the course of its season. The defense will cut out the big plays and score once to make the difference. Eric Dungey will complete close to 30 passes and Steve Ishmael will continue to dominate because short throws might be all SU can get. I didn’t drive for nearly 12 hours to see anything else.Sam Fortier (3-1)Pack a WallopN.C. State 31, Syracuse 28Dino Babers’ frustration at the podium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, last week said it all. His team, he said, hadn’t known how close they’d come to pulling off the upset of a lifetime. The two or three plays per game separating Syracuse from a “moral victory” to one on the scoreboard showed up again, as they have so often in the past few years, save Virginia Tech in 2016. This week, Syracuse faces a team that did all the little things it needed in order to upset then-No. 12 Florida State. Until Syracuse exhibits a similar execution, it’s tough to give the Orange the benefit of the doubt.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMatthew Gutierrez (3-1)No PackSyracuse 24, N.C. State 17The Wolfpack owns the 11th-best rushing defense in the country (92.3 yards per game), meaning the Syracuse offense rests entirely on Eric Dungey’s right arm. That’s not an issue, because he can chuck it and the SU defense is good enough to hold down the fort. Syracuse could use two wins — this weekend at NCSU and next against Pittsburgh — before No. 2 Clemson visits the Carrier Dome Oct. 13. Behind another strong defensive effort, SU sneaks past the Wolfpack on Saturday afternoon for a big road victory.Tomer Langer (3-1)Running on emptyN.C. State 30, SU 23Purely based on how the two teams match up, this is arguably a more difficult matchup for SU than last week’s tilt against LSU. As Dino Babers and company have raved all week, that front-seven is legit, and the Orange offensive line is still growing. Last year N.C. State dominated time of possession against Syracuse — it held the ball for more than 40 minutes — by moving methodically on offense and deploying it’s stellar pass rush. Now, Eric Dungey wasn’t available for that non-contest which is a huge factor. But we saw in Week 2 that the one way to slow him (and the offense) down is with a stellar pass rush. The Orange will compete, but N.C. State’s efficient offense led by quarterback Ryan Finley and it’s destructive front-seven, led by Bradley Chubb, will be too much for SU to handle. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 30, 2017 at 10:58 am
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by AlaffiaThe U.S. Department of State announced today that Alaffia will be awarded the 2018 Award for Corporate Excellence in Women’s Economic Empowerment at a ceremony in Washington D.C. on October 5, 2018. The award will be presented by Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan and Assistant Secretary of State Manisha Singh, who oversees the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs at the State Department.Alaffia founders Olowo-n’djo Tchala and Prairie Rose Hyde will travel to Washington D.C. to receive the award.Tchala, who is currently traveling in West Africa, expressed his gratitude for the prestigious award. “All of us at Alaffia are humbled to receive this recognition from the U.S. State Department and its wonderful embassy officials who serve around the world.”“We are especially grateful this will shine additional light on the need to create economic opportunity for women and better education for children, something Alaffia has worked tirelessly to do in West Africa,” said Tchala.“Economic engagement in our collective poor communities means a safer, more peaceful world. On behalf of the more than 14,000 women who are members of our fair-trade cooperatives in Africa, and our U.S.-based employees in Tumwater, Washington, we express our deepest appreciation for this tremendous honor.”Alaffia employees and contract “gatherers,” who are mostly women, number more than 14,000 in West Africa. They collect shea nuts, coconuts, herbs and grasses, and, at Alaffia fair-trade cooperatives in Togo and Ghana, create shea butter, coconut oil, baskets and essence used in Alaffia beauty and body care products. These raw materials are then shipped to Alaffia’s manufacturing plant in Tumwater where 145 people are employed. The materials are refined, packaged and prepared for distribution throughout the U.S. and 10 countries.Alaffia’s non-profit empowerment and sustainability initiatives have resulted in 59,775 trees planted, 34,640 school supply recipients, 8,253 bikes distributed, 25,588 eyeglasses donated, 12 schools constructed and more than 4,800 babies safely delivered in West Africa.About AlaffiaAlaffia was founded in 2003 in the Olympia, Washington garage of husband and wife team, Olowo-n’djo Tchala and Prairie Rose Hyde. Alaffia crafts popular beauty and body care products using traditional African methods. Alaffia is “Fair for Life” certified by the Institute for Marketecology (IMO), one of the most renowned international inspection and certification agencies for organic and fair trade accountability. To learn more, visit Alaffia.com.
Facebook8Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston CountyThe Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County (DRC) is seeking nominations for the 2019 Evan Ferber Peacemaker Leadership Award.This annual award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership in promoting peaceful dispute resolution and civility.Established in honor of Founding Executive Director Evan Ferber, the award will be presented at The Toast, the DRC’s annual fundraiser, on Sunday, April 14th, 2019.The DRC welcomes and encourages members of the community to submit nominations for this award.The nomination form is available on the DRC’s website. Direct Link to Nomination Form can be found here.The deadline for submitting nominations is February 28.