Douglas to form new Department of Labor

first_imgGovernor Announces Plan to Merge Departments to Form New Department ofLaborGinevan to Retire, McDonald to Head DET & Merger Effort, Terrill will Moveto AOTMontpelier, Vt.- The Douglas administration is proposing to merge theDepartment of Employment and Training (DET) and the Department of Laborand Industry (DLI) to create a single Department of Labor, Governor JimDouglas has announced.Current DET Commissioner Anne Ginevan, however, is retiring; the effectivedate of her departure is still to be determined. Ginevan, 63, and aresident of Middlebury, is the second direct appointee to step down at theend of the Governor’s first term.”Anne is a proven administrator, has done a great job working tostrengthen our network of job training and education programs and has astrong understanding of government affairs and the legislative process.She has been a valuable member of our team and will be missed.” Douglassaid.”The next step is for us to move forward with our plan to merge theDepartment of Employment and Training with the Department of Labor andIndustry to create a one-stop-shopping model for job training, workforcedevelopment, and responsible labor and industry policy,” Douglas added.”Empowering Vermonters with the skills that they need to succeed in the21st Century economy is a central component of my job creation strategy.”Governor Douglas will appoint current Agency of Transportation SecretaryPatricia McDonald, 61, of Berlin, to fill the vacancy at DET.Douglas said McDonald’s public and private sector management experience,and her relationship with key legislators will be important to the successof the merger proposal. “Pat’s banking and human resources managementexperience, coupled with her strong record of government service, make heran excellent choice to lead this effort,” Douglas said.Before working for state government, McDonald worked for CIBA-GEIGYCorporation for 20 years, moving to Vermont in 1989 to take a position asVice President of Human Relations and Regulatory Management at TheMerchant’s Bank. In 1994, McDonald was appointed Commissioner of MotorVehicles and in 2000 became Deputy Commissioner of Education. Prior toher appointment at AOT McDonald served as Commissioner of Personnel.Current Deputy Secretary of the Agency of Commerce and CommunityDevelopment Dawn Terrill will be appointed Vermont’s next Secretary ofTransportation. Terrill, 36, is a resident of Colchester.Prior to her appointment as Deputy Secretary of Commerce, Terrill servedas President and CEO of Hill Associates in Colchester, Vermont, a companythat provides education and training to service providers and equipmentmanufacturers in the telecommunications industry.Terrill joined Hill Associates in 1988, holding various managementpositions including those of Chief Financial Officer and Senior VicePresident.Her new agency has the mission of maintaining a transportation system thatallows for the safe movement of people and goods in a cost-effective,environmentally sensitive and timely manner. AOT oversees approximately14,000 miles of roadway, 320 miles of Interstate, over 2,370 miles oftoll-free state highways, 11,210 miles of municipal roads, 13 publictransit system, 16 public use airports, ten state-owned airports, and 623miles of rail, roughly half of which is state-owned.Douglas said he sought someone “who is a proven manager and whounderstands that maintaining and improving our transportationinfrastructure is critical to our job creation strategy. I have everyconfidence in Dawn’s ability to build on the tremendous progress we’vemade in the last two years.”###last_img read more

The record home attendances in English league football revealed

first_img 23. Blackburn Rovers 52,656 vs Preston North End – On 26 December 1921, at Ewood Park, in Division One. silverware A massive 83,222 people saw Tottenham play Arsenal at Wembley in 2018 18. West Ham United 56,985 v Sunderland – On 22 October 2016, at the London Stadium, in the Premier League. possible standings possible xi 31 NEW ERA 31 7. Aston Villa 69,492 v Wolverhampton Wanderers – On 27 December 1949, at Villa Park, in Division One. 26. Crystal Palace 51,482 v Burnley – On 11 May 1979, at Selhurst Park, in Division Two. highlights Football news 14. Sheffield United 59,555 v Sheffield Wednesday – On 15 January 1927, at Bramall Lane, in Division One. Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade 31 gameday impact ALTERED who plays? 31 smart causal 31 31 31 4. Everton 78,299 v Liverpool – On 18 September 1948, at Goodison Park, in Division One. 13. Birmingham City 60,250 v Aston Villa – On 23 November 1935, at St Andrews, in Division One. 31 29. Portsmouth 50,248 v Wolverhampton Wanderers – On 1 October 1949, at Fratton Park, in Division One. 20. Hull City v Rotherham 54,653 – On 25 December 1948, at Boothferry Park, in Division Three North. 31 31 17. Cardiff City 57,893 v Arsenal – On 22 April 1953, at Ninian Park, in Division One. 31 31 31 24. Huddersfield Town 52,479 v Blackpool – On 7 April 1951, at Leeds Road, in Division One. 16. Wolverhampton Wanderers 58,661 v West Bromwich Albion – On 15 October 1949, at Molineux, in Division One. 30. Nottingham Forest 49,946 v Manchester United – click right to count down to number one – On 28 October 1967 at the City Ground, in Division One. 15. Liverpool 58,757 v Chelsea – On 27 December 1949, at Anfield, in Division One. Last season Tottenham set a Premier League attendance record when 83,222 packed into Wembley Stadium to watch them beat rivals Arsenal 1-0 in the north London derby.The club were using the national stadium as a temporary home while a new White Hart Lane was being built and will move back to N17 for the new season. 31 31 31 21. Middlesbrough 53,802 v Newcastle United – On 29 December 1949, at Ayresome Park, in Division One. 31 3. Manchester City 79,491 v Arsenal – On 23 February 1935, at Maine Road, in Division One. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won 1. Manchester United 83,260 v Arsenal – On 17 January 1948, at Maine Road, in Division One. 28. Stoke City 51,380 v Arsenal – On 29 March 1937, at the Victoria Ground, in Division One. 31 25. Leeds United 52,368 v Manchester United – On 17 April 1965, at Elland Road, in Division One. 27. Coventry City 51,455 v Wolverhampton Wanderers – On 29 April 1967, at Highfield Road, in Division Two. 22. Burnley 52,869 v Blackpool – On 11 October 1947, at Turf Moor, in Division One. 31 However, as impressive as the crowd for derby is, it is not the English league record. Below, talkSPORT.com looks at the 30 previous biggest attendances. Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack 31 19. Bolton Wanderers 55,477 v Manchester United – On 1 September 1951, at Burnden Park, in Division One. Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? 31 Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener 31 31 9. Charlton Athletic 68,160 v Arsenal – On 17 October 1936, at The Valley, in Division One. 31 31 31 How Man United could line up for Newcastle clash – will Pogba start? 8. Newcastle United 68,386 v Chelsea – On 3 September 1930, at St James’ Park, in Division One. 11. Sheffield Wednesday 65,384 v Sheffield United – On 5 January 1952, at Hillsborough, in Division One. 10 Sunderland 68,004 v Newcastle United – On 4 March 1950, at Roker Park, in Division One. 2. Chelsea 82,905 v Arsenal – On 12 October 1935, at Stamford Bridge, in Division One. 6. Tottenham Hotspur 70,882 v Manchester United – On 22 September 1951, at White Hart Lane, in Division One. 31 31 How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures 5. Arsenal 73,295 v Sunderland – On 9 March 1935, at Highbury, in Division One. Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes 12. West Bromwich Albion 60,945 v Wolverhampton Wanderers – On 4 March 1950, at the Hawthorns, in Division One. 31 31 31 How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? last_img read more

MALIN HEAD COAST GUARD STATION CO-ORDINATES RESCUE 220 MILES OFF DONEGAL COAST

first_imgMALIN Head Coast Guard station has helped co-ordinate a long range mission off Donegal.The station and colleagues in the UK were alerted to serious injuries suffered by a fisherman on a vessel 220 miles off the Donegal coast.The Rescue 118 chopper was despatched on the hazardous journey, fuelling at Donegal airport before heading out to sea. Irish Air Corps assisted in the mission.The casualty was returned to Sligo Regional Hospital for treatment. MALIN HEAD COAST GUARD STATION CO-ORDINATES RESCUE 220 MILES OFF DONEGAL COAST was last modified: August 13th, 2014 by John2Share 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:coast guardMalin HeadR118rescuelast_img read more

Global Construction Fabrics Market by Top Companies Upcoming Trends and Forecast

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