Hi Shelagh, As part of the pilot program we have decided to have a Parent Retreat sponsorship for a Triangle chapter leader. You were chosen to be sponsored. The retreat is July 27th-29th for two. You would only have to pay a $50.00 deposit. HCA will be paying the $450.00.
Mr. Glenn, After reviewing the DORIIS Amendment 3, STPD would like to discuss current contract management issues that could affect the extension of the M&O contract. My supervisor, Alex Chin, is requesting the conference call to discuss the issues. Since I will be out on vacations for two weeks , I would like to schedule a conference call meeting anytime on Monday August 3, 2015. Please tell the best time that work for you. Thanks,
Please know I support your mission. As I have shared with Sandra, there are good people,
On 4-28-2016 at about 2100 hrs I was dispatched to a juvenile runaway report at 12305 SE 310th LN. I contacted the reporting party, Mariama Bojang, via phone. Mariama stated that she wanted to report her son, Ousman Bojang, as a runaway. Mariama explained that this morning she received a call from Rainier Middle School saying that they had located a rather large amount of cash. about $200 on Ousman and they were now sending him home for the day as he was unable to explain how he got the money.
Good morning Joyce, I received a duplicate Food Stamps appointment today at 9:00 AM, which Ronald processed on 11/19/2015. He had an APPL30 (2661997) and FLINFO (2658722) tasks open, but you marked them complete on 11/23/2015 while you were processing the Medi-Cal portion assigned to you, could you re-open the tasks? So he can finish processing the Food Stamps application. Please, let me know if you need something else. Thank you.
In 1993, U.S. President William Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act as his first legislative policy (Westat, 2000). For most employers the policy took effect in August 1993 or on the day of the Collective Bargaining Agreement expiration but no later than February 1994
In her article entitled “What Your 2015 Income Tax Dollars Paid For,” author Jeanne Sahadi breaks down the distribution of this income tax money. She explicates that the typical household “paid $13,000 in income taxes to the federal government.” Of this $13,000, over half went to support health programs, the Pentagon, and the military. Approximately fourteen percent was spent on debt interest, and nearly eight percent was expended on unemployment and labor programs. Other categories include: veterans’ benefits, agriculture, education, community, environmental, and international affairs programs, and transportation and science funding. These various programs and funds work to improve the lives of citizens across the nation.