WhatsApp A FIRM of printers has sponsored thousands of leaflets offering advice on how to deal with money problems for Feohanagh man, Seamus Sherlock the founder of the Life After Debt organisation. Seamus and his family marked 100 of their stand against eviction from their home by launching the leaflets at the weekend. When the Sherlock family were told in August that the Bank of Scotland were acting on an eviction order, despite the family offering to pay a “sizeable” amount off their mortgage arrears, they barricaded themselves in with silage bales and refused to leave.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Now Wexford printers, Hughes Printing have sponsored the full-colour leaflets. ‘They have been so generous. They wouldn’t even let us pay for the courier who delivered them,” said Seamus.“The leaflets give bullet-points on how to handle debt problems.’Local people are calling to the door and offering to give them out in their area or to put them in libraries and other places”, he exlained.“We want to get the message out there and Hughes have been a massive help,” Seamus said. Advertisement Linkedin Twitter NewsLocal NewsSeamus launches debt leaflet 100 days into stand offBy admin – November 29, 2012 634 Print Facebook Email Previous articleSpringsteen to play Thomond ParkNext articleShannon plan might not fly admin
Facebook Parent/Child golf tournament WhatsApp Local News Twitter Previous articleIndoor picnic and movie nightNext articleBenefit concert admin Twitter Pinterest Ratliff Ranch Golf OdessaRatliff Ranch Golf Links’ Parent/Child Golf Tournament is set for July 7 and 8 at Ratliff Ranch Golf Course, 7500 N. Grandview Ave.Shotgun starts at 7:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. both days.Registration fee is $130 per team (which includes green fees, cart fees, range balls, tee gift and meal).The deadline to register is July 3.Call Chris McQuatters at 550-8181. Facebook Pinterest Ratliff Ranch golf logo WhatsApp By admin – June 23, 2018
× HOBOKEN — The Hoboken City Council’s agenda and resolution packet for this Wednesday’s meeting (May 17, 7 p.m.) includes a resolution scheduled to be voted to revoke the mobile vendor license of the 9th Cloud Vape Van. Two weekends ago, the owner of the business, Joseph Ruggiero, was caught on camera yelling epithets at a pair of people from out of town on Washington Street after an apparent parking dispute. On the video — which went viral on Facebook — he’s seen saying “go back to your country” and calling the pair “immis.”Mayor Dawn Zimmer Tweeted shortly after the video went viral that the language was “hate speech.” According to the resolution, a license may be revoked by the City Council if the terms of the license have been violated or if any municipal, state, or federal ordinances have been violated.The resolution lists several violations by the business, including parking violations, operating after 9 p.m., and allegedly having unclear or fictitious plates. The van often parks around town, and people can go inside to use e cigarettes.The resolution also states Ruggiero violated N.J.S.A. 2C:33-4, New Jersey’s harassment law.“The City Council has been provided and reviewed police reports and a video of an incident that proves, by a preponderance of the evidence, that Joseph Ruggiero the owner of 9th Cloud Vape while operating his mobile retail van in the City of Hoboken [allegedly] committed the act of harassment because with purpose to harass another, he [allegedly] made a communication in offensively coarse language and in manner likely to cause annoyance or alarm.”When asked why the matter didn’t come up beforehand if the van had so many violations, city spokesman Juan Melli said the most recent incident was a catalyst to review their record of past violations. “The incident on Saturday further brought to our attention the actions of the Vape Van and caused us to thoroughly review their record,” he said. According to Melli, there is not currently a system or process in place to periodically review collected violations by businesses.The council will meet and vote on the resolution Wednesday May 17, at 7 p.m. at City Hall, First and Newark streets.