…DDL reportedly using product for 15% of its power gridAhead of Guyana’s official start date for oil production in 2020, local companies that utilise vast amounts of energy to facilitate operations are actively being encouraged to pursue energy sources that burn at a cleaner rate and have less impact on the environment. It is against these considerations that the Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) partnered with Trinidadian-based company ICON LNG toICON President and Chief Financial Officer, John Thompson told the gathering at Cara Lodge that natural gas is a safe and natural fuelprovide the beverage giant with natural gas supply on a pilot programme for six months.ICON specialises in providing Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as an alternative to replace diesel, gasoline and heavy oil fuel. The company highlighted that the gas is lighter and safer to transport than propane gas.At the launch at Cara Lodge Hotel on Wednesday, DDL Chairman Komal Samaroo announced that the project’s technical feasibility has already been proven and noted that for the next few months, DDL will conduct financial and economic evaluation of the programme which will assess its viability. Samaroo stressed that with power taking up the second highest cost, the company saw it fit to select natural gas “to tackle” the cost that power rakes up as DDL operates on a 24-hour basis.“DDL believes in the future of natural gas as a form of reliable energy which will help pilot Guyana’s prosperity… our country is poised for greater economic buoyancy with the oil sector,” the DDL Chairman noted.“Given Guyana’s quest for clean energy, this project resonates very well with national policy,” he added.While ICON and DDL officials were reluctant to go into financial arrangements, Guyana Times was told that DDL is currently running on 15 per cent natural gas capacity for a few hours a day. It was pointed out that once ICON’s power is switched off; DDL reverts to using diesel for much of its capacity. During the launch, the company’s Chairman had however reminded that DDL produces steam through its methane gas plant.ICON President and Chief Financial Officer, John Thompson said the pilot programme with DDL is still in the initial stages. The gas will be obtained from Trinidad and in the next six months, six 20-foot containers will be shipped and it will last for 90 days. Thompson told stakeholders that the company has been around for three years and is active in regional markets such as St Lucia and Barbados. The ICON President added that natural gas is a “safe, natural fuel” which emits 30-40 per cent less Carbon Dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere.Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Energy Agency, in brief remarks, told the gathering that he has been encouraging the Guyana Power and Light to seek alternative forms of energy. Guyana Times understands that the National Milling Company of Guyana and the Beharry Group have expressed interest in utilising natural gas as an alternative means of energy use. (Shemuel Fanfair)
Help is coming in the form of $500,000 for improvements to the Dawson Creek Curling Club. Prince George-Peace River MP Bob Zimmer made the announcement today on behalf of the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.Dawson Creek Mayor Dale Bumstead said in a release that the money will help in offsetting the $1.5 million cost to replace the cement pad at the facility, and refrigeration lines along the rink.Work on the project is expected to take place in the summer of 2017.- Advertisement –
WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE CARA BUNDORAN 10-MILE RUN? FIND OUT HERE: was last modified: March 10th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE CARA BUNDORAN 10-MILE RUN? FIND OUT HERE: UNRIVALED COVERAGE OF THE CARA BUNDORAN 10-MILE RUN!Paddy Brennan and Catriona Jennings win Cara Bundoran 10 titlesPaddy Brennan Letterkenny and Catriona Jennings were impressive winners in Bundoran earlier today. The Cara 10 mile attrached over 800 runners and walkers to the seaside town for what turned out to be an outstanding community event.Brennan 2nd last year went to the from from the gun and had 90 secs to spare at the finish pen while Jennings set a new womens course record.How did you do? 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HakvagFS31801:23:4101:23:24314Paul WhoriskeyMS9701:23:4701:23:23315lorraine o mahoneyFS19101:23:4801:23:24316Linda RooneyNorth Sligo ACFS46101:23:4901:23:14317Terence McMahonM4013801:23:5501:23:22318Gabrielle MgGioinTir ChonnnailF4048801:23:5601:23:43319cathal roartyletterkenny athletics clubM407201:23:5801:23:39320Glenn O ShaughnessyClones A/CM4032801:24:0301:23:41321Brian McManusMJ49601:24:0801:23:57322Sean GilbrideM4032001:24:1201:24:05323colm ferriterMS10301:24:1701:23:43324Aiden MurrayMS52601:24:1801:24:02325Orla DooganF4012301:24:2501:24:24326Anne CannonF4014501:24:2501:24:23327Paul SmithTrim ACMS33601:24:3201:23:59328deborah dawsontir conaill acFS901:24:3601:24:21329Amanda MonaghanF4055201:24:3701:24:28330Lorraine FallonFS37901:24:4101:24:11331Mark FoleyMS15301:24:4501:24:11332Fiona MelvinSligo ACF4025601:24:5201:24:15333Sinead Ni ThiarnainFS7601:24:5201:24:32334alison o sullivannorth sligo acF4019401:24:5201:24:18335Barry KilmartinMSC-TriMS16301:24:5401:24:20336Michael 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ChonaillF4041601:26:3101:26:16359DECLAN MARLOWMS32301:26:3401:26:17360Paul McGuinessM5051601:26:3701:26:29361Colin McNeelyMS50601:26:4101:26:24362Mark KirkpatrickMS28201:26:4101:26:37363Tracy BoyleRosses A.CFS58901:26:4201:26:39364Fabian WardMS13601:26:4301:26:30365Maeve GallagherFS44601:26:4301:26:12366Marcella HeronF4044401:26:4401:26:32367Michael McLooneMS42001:26:4401:26:27368Elaine McDonnellFS16801:26:4701:26:25369Mick MurphyCarrick AcesM4050101:26:5101:26:26370Garvan BoyceMS29301:26:5301:26:45371JUNE CLARKEENNISKILLEN RUNNING CLUBFS27001:26:5901:26:54372Christopher StewartMS27901:26:5901:26:29373Nora TimonyF5046401:27:0001:26:45374Teresa GilbrideFS31901:27:0001:26:55375Shane SmythMS39101:27:0401:26:35376Mairead Mc MorrowFS13901:27:1201:26:52377paul oreillyM503501:27:1701:26:37378Claire CurridFS21301:27:3001:27:15379Colm CurridM4021401:27:3001:27:15380Pauric Mc NernGalway City HarriesMS15001:27:4201:27:20381Carla NixonFS20601:27:4601:27:39382Eric 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chonaillFS3301:29:1601:29:02406Declan MaddenMS28401:29:1901:28:47407Joseph McElholmMS36401:29:2801:29:18408Richard OrrENNISKILLENM4021801:29:2801:28:57409Kevin DohertyMS55701:29:4501:29:06410Pamela MulhollandEnniskillenF4048601:29:4801:29:43411Oonagh Fitzpatrickenniskillen running clubFS12901:29:5001:29:21412Jarlath DohertyM4060101:29:5301:29:13413Paul PattonMS62701:30:0601:29:31414Pamela ZarbTirconaill ACF404001:30:0801:30:05415Aishling KennedySligo ACFS33101:30:2301:30:06416Rachael KeaneFS43201:30:2801:30:10417Adam DunmoreMS42201:30:2901:30:08418Shirley HarteF4018701:30:3201:30:01419john mahonMS40401:30:4001:30:30420Sharon O DonnellF4017501:30:4201:30:22421Gerard DevineM4016501:30:5901:30:31422Celia ClancyF6039601:31:0701:30:50423Noel MolloyMS34601:31:1401:30:41424Helena HynesLifford Athletic ClubFS35801:31:2001:31:16425Joyce McKittrickLifford ACFS30601:31:2001:31:14426Joe DuffyMS48901:31:2801:31:06427Jesse JohnsonMS55601:31:3201:31:24428maureen mc 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LilleyF401801:32:5501:32:18453Brenda KellyF4031001:33:0601:32:39454Emma O MalleyFS12101:33:0701:32:47455Killian OKellyMS45201:33:0801:32:49456Claire GallagherFS2501:33:0801:32:57457sharon clancyFS31201:33:0801:32:43458maria dunleavyF404701:33:1401:32:41459Brenda ONeillF4018201:33:2301:33:08460Liam QuinnMS17801:33:2401:33:09461Terrie Mc GettiganFS36601:33:3301:33:27462Colin DrummondMS49501:33:4401:33:07463Joe FlanneryUnattachedM6024401:33:5501:33:30464Gerry GilchriestM4010401:33:5901:33:17465Linda WeirF4055901:34:1201:33:44466Mark DonnaghyM4054701:34:2001:34:13467Donnchadh KIlgallonFS51901:34:2401:33:56468Darren McNultyMS51501:34:2801:33:56469Jenifer McCafferreyFS52501:34:3001:34:02470Maria ScanlonFS61101:34:3301:34:07471Josephine MaddenFS11701:34:3701:34:04472Cari DunnionFS59601:34:4101:34:13473Helen BurkeNorth Sligo ACF402601:34:4701:34:16474Joanne ArmstrongChurchill Ladies Running GroupF4022801:34:4801:34:20475Janet SmithChurchill ladies Running GroupF4022901:34:4801:34:20476Vivienne KellsChurchill LadiesF5026301:34:4901:34:21477Sinead MagnerFS15901:35:1001:34:38478pauline kentchurchill ladies running clubF4018301:35:1401:34:44479Gordon MckenzieenniskillenM5062501:35:1901:34:47480Ruth McCruddenF4057001:35:2901:34:49481Laurence ODowdMS18601:35:3701:35:34481Angela GriffinFS18501:35:3701:35:32483Mark Mc GowanM4020201:35:3801:35:01483Sinead Mc GowanFS20101:35:3801:35:02485Ann-marie TraitFS13301:35:4601:35:20486Francie BoylanMS39001:35:4601:35:08487Daniel BrowneMS43901:35:4701:35:17488Daniel GrimesMS15501:35:4701:35:17489Una MannionF4033401:36:0401:35:26490Liam ColemanMS9101:36:1901:35:40491Grainne MuldoonBallinagh Ladies Tug of War Club and UNICEFFS10201:36:2001:35:58492Roisin CafferkeyFS23101:36:3101:36:12493Hannah DohertyFS57301:36:3701:36:16494jody dorrianMS23401:36:4501:36:14495Graham FitzgeraldMS10501:36:4601:36:22496Moya FergusonFS26001:36:4701:36:34497Geraldine LanganFS35201:36:4901:36:29498Tracy GodfreyFS58401:37:0101:36:30499Christina O ‘MalleyForget the gymFS59801:37:1901:36:44500Annika McSevenyFS26401:38:0801:37:38501Bernie CairnsFS37301:38:0901:37:39502Sean DaveyM4057501:38:1601:37:52503kathy mc eniffxxxFS15201:38:2401:38:02504frederick OrmstonM4040201:38:3201:38:15505Aine McCaugheyFS49801:39:0101:38:31506Owen MurphyST RonansMS44101:39:0601:38:30507Clare CrampseyFJ59201:39:2201:39:17507Rachel SheehanFS58701:39:2201:39:17509audrey frielFit for life liffordF4034701:39:4701:39:44510valerie lawlessnaFS2401:40:2901:40:19511Dermot LawlessMS2701:40:3101:40:20512Dervla HigginsFS37701:40:5001:40:14513catriona coyneFS20501:41:1101:40:47514Tracey Hayeslifford athleticsFS28001:41:3801:41:36515Conor HayesLiffordM4028601:41:3801:41:36516Michelle MaguireFS34801:41:4201:41:07517Nollaig McGovernFS39501:41:5101:41:51518roisin mc gjnleyFit for Life LiffordF4024801:42:3001:42:27519Dolores DohertyF4028701:42:4601:42:16520Chris WebbMS19501:42:4701:42:08521Kathleen CafferkeyF6036001:43:0201:42:44522Karen KeyesF407101:43:0601:42:32523Aisling DaveySligo ACF406101:43:1501:42:41524Kevin OConnorTir ChonaillMS38501:43:3601:42:56525Tara GormanFS50201:44:2001:43:43526james hamillMS36101:45:0401:44:37527Karina CampbellFS25201:45:1001:44:38528Nicola WardFS9501:45:1101:44:53529Ora CoyneFS13701:45:1101:44:53530Collette CarkeF4053201:45:3801:45:03531Siobhan McCauleyF4053101:45:3901:45:01532Sinead ONeillOmagh St EndasFS12601:45:4001:45:25533Sian SeaneyF4029001:45:4401:45:21533Kate MeenanF4022001:45:4401:45:12535Jacinta NaughtonFS10701:46:2201:45:59535suzanne gilmoreFS22301:46:2201:45:49537majella currantullaghanF5032601:47:0101:46:21538clare cashmanFS22401:47:1501:46:43539Muireann CharietonFS62601:47:2101:46:55540Lynda LoughlinFS15401:47:4001:47:06541Siobhan GovorovTir ChonaillF4049101:49:3601:49:14542Michelle DuffyFS49001:49:3601:49:14543Colm GallagherM5047701:51:2101:50:46544Niamh BoyleFS26501:53:1201:52:45545Michael TempleMS49901:53:2201:52:54546Elaine DoranFS1501:53:3001:53:30547Sarah HeronFS30501:53:5701:53:43548Katherine WilliamsFS26801:53:5701:53:43549Mairead CartyNoneFS31401:54:2801:54:05550Teresa ButlerF5017001:54:3701:53:56551carmel monaghanFS501:56:0001:55:35552joanne duddyFS601:56:0001:55:37553Orla DoranFS37201:56:3001:56:29554Jessica QuintFS16601:56:3301:56:26555Ann-Marie GrimesFS15601:59:2601:58:54556Victoria SayersFS53302:02:3702:02:31557Louise MolloyFS9402:04:4702:04:28558Desmond CampbellM501902:30:1102:29:31559Peter KearnsM4016902:32:0202:31:23
All services provided by Letterkenny General Hospital prior to last month’s flooding disaster will be fully restored.That was the message from Deputy Joe McHugh following discussions at the hospital yesterday afternoon with Bill Maher, Chief Executive of HSE West.“I can confirm today that all services previously provided at Letterkenny General Hospital are to be restored as they were before last month’s flash flooding of the hospital. “This was confirmed to me at a meeting in the hospital yesterday with Mr Bill Maher, CEO of HSE West, and with Seán Murphy, Manager of Letterkenny General Hospital. It has also been confirmed that the planned new endoscopy unit, funding for which was announced in early July, will be put in place as intended prior to the flooding,” said the Fine Gael TD.Deputy McHugh at the hospital with Health Minister James ReillyThe Donegal Deputy said he is confident in the capabilities of hospital management, staff, patients and the community to overcome the enormous challenges that face us over the next nine months.“The task for Letterkenny General Hospital is to deliver high quality health services at a site that will be under refurbishment. This will involve unavoidable disruption for patients and staff, which must be minimised.“I know from speaking with people working in the hospital and from speaking with people in the community, that they do not want a rushed job. It is important that the refurbished building will be fit for purpose, and that last month’s disaster will never happen again. “This work is already underway with design, engineering and architectural teams being appointed. It is also encouraging that local sub-contractors are working on the construction of temporary accommodation for A&E services at the hospital, a number of whom I met at the hospital yesterday,” he added.The Carrigart-based politician also made the point very strongly that the people of Donegal want answers as to why the hospital flooded last month.He said there must be be full accountability and disclosure and that he awaits the independent engineer’s professional assessment.“I also raised public concerns about kitchen services at the hospital. HSE Management assures me that a new state-of-the-art kitchen will be fully constructed.“I am in continuous contact with the Minister for Health, Dr James Reilly TD, about the hospital. Minister Reilly has visited Letterkenny General Hospital twice since last month’s disaster, and he is monitoring the situation closely. “It is encouraging for the people of Donegal that existing services will be restored and secured, and that plans to roll out further additional services remain in place.”NO SERVICES WILL BE LOST AT LETTERKENNY HOSPITAL AFTER FLOODING was last modified: August 16th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:deputy joe mchughLetterkenny General Hospital
Jason Quigley will fight live on Fox Sports 1 next month.Jason Quigley will fight LIVE on American TV for his next bout which will take place at the end of April. Quigley delivered another sensational KO on Friday night as he continued his phenomenal start to professional boxing.Quigley’s blistering start has caught the eye in America and he has endeared himself to fight fans stateside because of his aggressive style. His reward for his impressive start to life in America is to fight LIVE on major American Sports Channel Fox Sports 1 on April 30th.Quigley will be the opening fight of the night on Fox Sports and his supporters will be delighted he fighting on mainstream TV in the US.Quigley’s other bouts have been streamed and sometimes it can be problematic to source the fights.Quigley announced the good news to his followers on Facebook. Quigley wrote, “Buzzing to announce my next fight date!!!“I head back to Fantasy Springs Resort April 30th as the FOX SPORTS 1 TV OPENER!!!“Which is great news as my Irish fans back home will be able to tune in and see me do my thing live!!“For all my American fans and for my crazy Irish fans that want to travel over to see the fight, keep an eye out for your tickets on www.goldenboy.com and www.FantasySpringsResort.com for hotel rooms & tickets!!#TeamQuigley #Goldenboy #SheersportsMGMT #April30 #Everlast #FantasySprings @everlast @goldenboyboxing @supremeboxing Quigley’s opponent for the fight has not yet been named for the fight.JASON QUIGLEY TO FIGHT LIVE ON FOX SPORTS 1 IN HIS NEXT BOUT IN APRIL was last modified: March 22nd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:boxingFox Sports 1Jason QuigleyLivenewsSport
A number of young men have escaped driving bans after appearing in court facing dangerous driving charges following the recent Donegal Rally.A number of young men appeared before Letterkenny District Court after being arrested during the Donegal Rally weekend. .Many of those charged were caught doing dangerous diffing and doughnut manoeuvres by Gardai in and around the weekend of June 20th/21st last. The men, many of whom were from Northern Ireland as well as Roscommon and Longford, received hefty fines from Judge Paul Kelly.The drivers will also receive five mandatory penalty points on their licenses.Judge Kelly said that similar to other such offenders who came before the court the day after the rally weekend, he would be imposing heavy fines.The majority of the who appeared at Letterkenny District Court were fined an average of €500.One man who was apprehended doing doughnuts in his car with his girlfriend in the front passenger seat was severely reprimanded by Judge Kelly.“You could have been killed and you could have killed your gifrlind or seriously injured her,” he said before fining the man €500 and reducing his charge from dangerous driving to careless driving.Another 20 year old man from Derry, who was caught doing doughnuts and blocking traffic, admitted what he had done was stupid.He was fined €500 and asked Judge Kelly if the court took sterling?He was told to get to the nearest bank and get €500 and bring it into court.Another man caught doing doughnuts around a traffic cone in a cordoned off-area was fined €250 and also had his charge reduced from dangerous driving to careless driving.DRIVERS ESCAPE BANS BUT RECEIVE HEFTY FINES AFTER RALLY WEEKEND MADNESS was last modified: July 7th, 2015 by StephenShare 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:dangerous drivingdonegalGardaiJudge Paul Kellyrally
GAA: Donegal star Paul Durcan has candidly spoke about his error in last year’s All-Ireland Final defeat to Kerry.Paul DurcanDurcan was left devastated by his mistake and contemplated walking away from the game he loves.In a candid interview with BALLS.ie – Durcan revealed how it was the support of the people around him that really helped him to get over the pain of his error. He praised the role of Donegal manager Rory Gallagher who he said ultimately convinced him to return to the squad ahead of the 2015 season.Durcan was speaking on a podcast called ‘The Hard Shoulder’ and vividly recalls the moment he botched his kickout.Durcan said, “I remember it so well, my heel didn’t hit the ground and the ball didn’t go in the direction it was supposed to.“He (Donaghey) got it and clinically dispatched it to the back of the net. “It’s amazing how such a simple mistake can cause you so much pain, but thankfully with the support of those around me I slowly started to get over it.“I did contemplate walking away but deep down I knew I couldn’t finish my Donegal career in them circumstances.“Rory was very good too. He was in touch with me since he got the job. I was kind of wondering would I go back to it and he convinced me.“And to be honest I think I had my best year for Donegal this year.Durcan is a huge fans favourite with Donegal and supporters are hoping he will return for the 2016 season. Durcan has recently moved to Qatar and that seemed to signal the end of his Donegal career.However, Durcan has dismissed those suggestions and has claimed he will return for the Ulster SFC next May.PAUL DURCAN REVEALS HOW HE GOT OVER ‘THAT’ MISTAKE IN LAST YEAR’S ALL-IRELAND FINAL was last modified: August 25th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:donegalGAAnewsPaul DurcanSport
Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagher Leas-Cheann Comhairle has urged the Government to accelerate the number and range of apprenticeship schemes available to young people. Deputy Gallagher has said the entire apprenticeship programme has ground to a halt over the past 6 years. He stated the current model of apprenticeship is no longer fit for purpose and called for a wider and more diverse range of choices to meet the needs of the economy moving forward.Pat the Cope expressed concern about Ireland’s ability to compete with Britain in a post-Brexit era: “because of the scale and diversity of apprenticeships on offer in the UK, there simply is no comparison between the choices in the UK system of apprenticeships than what is on offer in this country,” he said. He said the outstanding apprentices who represented Ireland in the WorldSkills event in Abu Dhabi in recent days are testament to the impact apprentices can have among the Irish labour force.Pat the Cope said: “Minister Halligan must move faster to introduce new opportunities and occupations if we are to catch up with our competitors and help address skills shortages in key areas. “The latest round of proposals was sent to the Apprenticeship Council on September 1st – and it is essential that they are considered as soon as possible. “School-leavers should have access to a much greater range of career options, but this Government has come late to the table in terms of recognising the potential of apprenticeship schemes.”Pat the Cope stated: “Apprenticeships must also be marketed as true and equivalent alternatives to college places for many, as it is correct to state college life does not suit every individual.“ Apprenticeships are a mechanism for achieving the maximum potential of every individual – providing them with an opportunity to find their talents, gifts and niche in life. “I would expect all Public bodies such as the HSE, RTÉ, ESB, local authorities and State departments would also create their own apprenticeships, in partnership with relevant education providers.”“Irish-resident companies, which already offer apprenticeships in the UK, could replicate these models in Ireland, as could some of the global tech firms based here. Other companies involved in the airline, media, retail, public relations, pharmaceutical, child and social care sectors should also be encouraged to run relevant apprenticeships. “We need to see the active promotion of apprenticeship programmes through public information campaigns. This would help mobilise support among potential employers, education providers and apprentices,” concluded Pat the CopeDonegal TD calls for new apprenticeship schemes to catch up with the UK was last modified: October 31st, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:apprenticeshipPat The Cope Gallagher
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Taxes, on average, are going down for owners of farmland across Ohio and are expected to decline at an even faster rate beginning in 2020, a study by researchers with The Ohio State University shows.The average value of agricultural land across the state has dropped by a third since a recent change in how the state calculates taxes for farmland owners, according to a study by Robert Dinterman and Ani Katchova, two agricultural economists with the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).Starting in 2020, farmland values in the state likely will drop by another one-third, said Dinterman, a postdoctoral researcher with CFAES. With values going down, owners of agricultural land in the state should see similar declines in their taxes.“Farmers, I would think, would be pretty pleased to see their taxes going down,” Dinterman said.2017 was the first year some owners of agricultural land in Ohio saw a break in taxes. Taxes on agricultural land are based on the state’s assessment of the value of the land, which is done every three years at different times across the state. Ohio farmland is valued not based on what it would sell for on the open market, but on the income it is expected to generate from growing crops on that land.The Ohio legislature in 2017 approved changing the law on how agricultural land would be valued for tax purposes.In 2016, before the change was in place, the average value of agricultural land in the state was $1,310 per acre, according to the results of the study by Dinterman and Katchova. This year, the value decreased to $875 per acre.Agricultural land values and the corresponding taxes paid on that land will continue to decline at an even faster rate, Dinterman said. Steeper decreases in taxes will be seen, on average, because the changes to the way the farmland is assessed have been phased in between 2017 and 2019. Small changes were made each year to avoid a sudden and dramatic drop in tax revenue, Dinterman said.But in 2020, the phase-in will end. That’s why during that year, Ohio farmland owners should see another one-third drop in the assessed value of their land, compared to the previous year, and similar declines in their taxes, Dinterman said.The average tax paid across the state was about $36 per acre of farmland in 2016. That dropped to around $31 in 2017, Dinterman said. By 2020, the average likely will be around $25 per acre, which would match the rate paid in 2011, he said.The decrease in revenues funneling into the state from agricultural land could mean an increase in taxes on homes and farm buildings in some counties, particularly rural counties, Dinterman said.“Counties with a lot of farmland may have to make adjustments in their tax rates to make up the difference,” he said.The value of farmland in Ohio is determined based on a number of factors including the yields and crop income that land generates. The declines are due in part to drops in the price of corn and soybeans, the two major crops grown in Ohio.“I think farmers would almost certainly trade having a higher tax bill for higher revenues right now,” said Katchova, associate professor and chair of the farm income enhancement program in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics in CFAES.When taxes go up on farmland, owners of that land pass on part of that burden by raising the rent for tenants using that farmland, Katchova said. For every dollar of property taxes a landowner pays, 30 to 40 cents of that are passed to the tenant in the form of higher rent, she said, citing the results of a different recent study that she and Dinterman did.Even though taxes on agricultural land are going down, that likely won’t trigger a decline in rates on renting that land, Katchova said.“Rent doesn’t usually go down nearly as much as it goes up,” she said.
This video was first shared by Makify1 on their YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing!Have any tips for shooting macro photography? Share in the comments below. Get incredible macro photography shots with this DIY tutorial.Macro photography is a photographic term for shooting extreme close-ups. To shoot macro images or video you need to have either a macro lens or an extension tube that can help you shoot up close.With cheap macro lenses going for around $299 and an extension tube going for $150 online, it can be expensive to shoot. Instead of buying an expensive macro tube you can make your own using this very helpful technique from the Makify YouTube channel.Things You’ll Need:1-1/2-in ABS Pipe: $2.95 at LowesCamera Body Cap: $3.95 from B&HCamera Lens Back Cap: $2.99 from B&HJ-B Weld: $5.70 from AmazonYou will also need a few tools to get the job done including a table saw, drill, and work area.As the video states, anytime you use a macro extender tube you are going to have some light loss. In this particular instance you will be losing 3 stops of light. However, this number can shrink or grow depending on how long your extension tube is. If you want to know the exact number of stops you will be losing check out this awesome Macro Extension Tube Calculator from FlyBacon.It should also be noted that while this video does focus on using a Micro 4/3 camera, the same technique can be applied to other popular camera mounts.Examples of Macro PhotographyHere are a few great examples from the video that demonstrate the type of image you can create with a macro tube.