Top of the News In the Garden Picture Perfect Landscape From STAFF REPORTS Published on Wednesday, August 1, 2012 | 2:25 pm 13 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Subscribe Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Business News Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Make a comment The Pasadena area is renowned for its inordinately large number of beautiful estates. Homeowners take pride in their abodes, which means that a hard-working, no-nonsense landscaper like Tom Tuzzolino is in great demand. Californian as he is, Tom represents all the characteristics of his Italian immigrant heritage â€“entrepreneurial, naturally artistic and creative, honest, and old-world hard-working.Tuzzolino started his business, â€œTomâ€™s Picture Perfect Landscape,â€ in 1986, which has at different times been based in Pasadena, San Marino, and now Arcadia.Heâ€™s a no-nonsense kind of guy who gets down to the brass tacks of what his success was all about:â€œWeâ€™re one of the very honest companies out there,â€ he tells Pasadena Now. â€œWe do it one time and we do it right. We bring honesty, quality, and hands-on attention.â€œWe do landscape design and construction. We do a lot of water features, driveways, patio covers, fireplaces, fire pits, barbecues, basically complete remodels.â€How did Tuzzolino get started in the landscaping business?â€œI grew up in Arcadia. I started mowing lawns right after high school and thatâ€™s how I got in. I just started learning this stuff and using the right people â€“ the right subs and just doing all quality work.â€A big part of Picture Perfectâ€™s quality assurance is that Tuzzolino, besides designing, works personally on all of his jobs. Thatâ€™s a lot of time spent outdoors. What is the attraction in being a hands-on boss?â€œI just love being outside,â€ he says. â€œNot having to deal with the same place, same thing, everyday. I havenâ€™t worn a tie probably since my wedding twenty years ago.â€œStuff takes a little longer because I donâ€™t have 20 guys. But itâ€™s really satisfying when itâ€™s done.â€Tuzzolino sounds a little like a workaholic. Does he ever relax?â€œIâ€™m a softball manager with my daughters,â€ he tells us. â€œI spend half my time doing that. I like fishing and camping when I have free time. Iâ€™ve never skied or snowboarded or any of that stuff because I was always afraid of getting hurt because I donâ€™t have a bunch of employees. I bought my first house when I was twenty-two, my buddies were all busy having fun, and I was out working hard.â€œWhen my grandpa came over from Italy, he was all about working hard and being honest,â€ Tuzzolino explains. â€œDonâ€™t ever cheat anybody and youâ€™ll always have work. My Dad was a fire chief in LA; always had a side job, worked since he was 15 years old. He retired at 47, which is crazy. But I donâ€™t have any plans to retire. I love what I do!â€For more about Tom’s Picture Perfect Landscaping, call (626) 443-3131 or visitÂ www.tomspictureperfectlandscape.com. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Community News Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday More Cool Stuff EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Herbeauty6 Signs You’re Not Ready To Be In A RelationshipHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyKate Beckinsale Was Shamed For Being “Too Old” To Wear A BikiniHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyIs It Bad To Give Your Boyfriend An Ultimatum?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyStop Eating Read Meat (Before It’s Too Late)HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Countries Where Men Have Difficulties Finding A WifeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyInstall These Measures To Keep Your Household Safe From Covid19HerbeautyHerbeauty
She goes up against Clare’s Kayleigh Murrihy-McCormack in the lightweight division with the winner going on to face World and Olympic champion Katie Taylor in the final next weekend.O’Keefe and Murrihy-McCormack have met three times in the past with the 21 year old Clonmel Boxing Club member emerging victorious twice.Shauna is the current Intermediate national champion.
Club golfers will get the chance to chase their dreams this season – and they could win a place in a European Tour Pro-Am, thanks to a partnership between Bridgestone Tyres and England Golf.The Bridgestone Chase your Dream Trophy, which is being played for the first time in 2017, will be an annual event open to members of England Golf’s 1900 affiliated clubs. It features separate competitions for men and women to discover the country’s top handicap golfers of the year.It will take competitors on a golfing adventure with nine men and nine women qualifying to play in the Pro-Am at the Bridgestone Challenge on the European Challenge Tour. One team there will win a dream outing with a top Tour player at the Pro-Am of the British Masters supported by Sky Sports.England Golf’s Chief Executive Nick Pink commented: “We are delighted to partner with Bridgestone and join their campaign to inspire new golfers and put existing players at the heart of the grassroots game.”Bridgestone’s Consumer Sales & Marketing Director, Farrell Dolan, said “Joining forces with England Golf is the perfect way to connect thousands of club golfers with Bridgestone’s golf sponsorships throughout 2017”Rory Colville, Championship Director of the British Masters supported by Sky Sports, endorsed the partnership, saying “This is a great opportunity for regular club golfers to graduate to mix with the leading lights of the Tour. We look forward to seeing England Golf’s qualifying players reaching the final stages at the Bridgestone Challenge and ultimately the British Masters, supported by Sky Sports at Close House”.Last season, England Golf and Bridgestone worked together to run the Driveguard Trophy for club golfers and made a dream come true for South West players Zack Rosen, Carl Broomfield and Peter Carr.The trio qualified to play alongside Dylan Frittelli in the pro-am of the Bridgestone Challenge at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire. They were victorious on the day and then found themselves as guests of Bridgestone at the British Masters supported by Sky Sports, at The Grove, playing alongside 2010 US Open winner Graeme McDowell.Zack Rosen said: “As a club golfer, you can only ever dream of the experiences that we’ve had, and that’s down to Bridgestone. To win the DriveGuard Trophy was special enough, but to play on some of the courses during the process was something to remember forever. And of course, the round of golf with Graeme McDowell was the icing on the cake.”The Bridgestone Chase Your Dream Trophy will replace the women’s Grand Medal and the men’s Gold Medal competitions. The club players with the best winning stroke play scores of the previous season will qualify for regional finals, where the leaders will go forward to men’s and women’s national finals. So, the stakes are high in 2017 club competitions!This year’s grand finale will take place in England Golf Week at Woodhall Spa in August. There, the players will be the overnight guests of England Golf and be treated to the full championship experience. The individual winners will be England’s handicap golfers of the year and the top nine players at each final will play in the Pro-Am at the Bridgestone Challenge at Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire, on Wednesday 6 September.The most successful team there will play in the Pro-Am at The British Masters supported by Sky Sports, at Close House Golf Club, Northumberland, on Wednesday 27 September.Bridgestone is the world’s largest tyre and rubber company and all players in the Chase Your Dream Trophies will have the opportunity to receive tyre offers from Bridgestone as well as additional opportunities to win golf tickets and hospitality prizes.Pictured below: Graeme McDowell with the winners of Bridgestone’s 2016 amateur golf tournament, from left, Peter Carr, Carl Broomfield and Zack Rosen. 21 Feb 2017 New trophy lets club golfers ‘Chase Their Dreams’
By John BurtonOCEANPORT – What will happen with the Mazza property on Port Au Peck Avenue remains undetermined for now.Attorney Robert Inglima Jr., representing 275 Port Au Peck Associates, LLC this week submitted a letter to the borough planning/zoning board, withdrawing his client’s application for the property which the board began hearing last month.In his brief letter, Inglima asked that the board to dismiss the application without prejudice at this time, in expectation that the applicant’s principal, James Mazza, may be “refiling of same or a substantially similar application in the future.”Mazza was seeking a use variance to eventually use the property to construct two single family homes on the front portion of the site, and establish what he called an equestrian center, with plans to build a 20,000-square-foot, 10-stall barn with an exercise area to board horses with more than 4 acres of the property.The board on Tuesday evening voted to allow the applicant to withdraw the application without prejudice. According to board attorney Rick DeNoia, it is the applicant’s right to receive it and “should they want to come back to the board at another time there is no impediment,” given the board’s without prejudice designation.But Board Chairman Christopher Widdis pointed out at Tuesday’s meeting that should the application return, “It would be treated as a new application,” starting from the beginning.Inglima’s letter did not offer a reason for the withdrawal. But some who are familiar with the situation offered some insight, sensing Mazza felt the April 12th hearing, where the applicant’s environmental expert testified as to the contamination and proposed remediation of the nearly 6 ½-acre property didn’t go as well as Mazza had hoped; and Mazza is maybe looking for additional time to address the contamination and the requirements for the site put in place by the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).Inglima, who was not in attendance at Tuesday’s hearing, did not immediately return a phone call to his Ho-Ho-Kus office on Wednesday.Karen Long, a residential neighbor who is opposed to the proposal, suspected the application’s withdrawal concerns the extent of the work to clean up the contamination.Long’s opposition’s is that the proposed use is too expansive for the location. “It’s just overkill,” she said. She had concerns what disturbing the location to remediate and develop the site would mean in the way of releasing contaminates into the area environment.The property has long been vacant and has over the decades been used for discarded construction debris, including shingles containing asbestos, a prohibited carcinogenic.This article was originally published in the May 12-19 edition of the Two River Times newspaper.
Keenan Fordy scored at the 3:16 mark of the second overtime period lifting Princeton Posse to a 5-4 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League win over the Nelson Leafs Friday at the NDCC Arena.The win allowed the Posse to sweep the season series 2-0.Twice Nelson rallied from deficits, including a 4-3 deficit with Nick Newman scoring in the final seconds of the third period to force overtime.Devon Grossler, Alex Demchuk, Jaden Jazen and Brendan Colter also scored for the Posse.Walker Sidoni, Colton Mamlsten and Matthew Naka replied for Nelson, which out shot the visitors 35-24.Sky Buller was outstanding between the pipes for Princton to out duel Nelson netminder Andrew Walton.The loss drops the Leaf to 4-5-0-1 in its last 10 games and makes the climb to the Murdoch Division title even more of a grind as Nelson trails leading Beaver Valley by 14 points.The Leafs return to the NDCC Arena tonight to face the lowly Grand Forks Border Bruins.The Castlegar Rebels pasted the Bruins 10-0 Friday in the Boundary City to run the Grand Forks record to 1-35.Kody Disher and Anthony Delong each had four points and Conner Beauchamp registered the goose egg in goal to lead the Rebels, which pulled to within two points of idle Beaver Valley.Game time at the NDCC Arena is 7 [email protected]
A CO DONEGAL man is set to be given a special award at a ceremony in America this week.Mark Porter is being honored with an Irish Heroes of New England award in recognition of his fundraising efforts to benefit both community organizations and cancer research.Mark has spent the last nine years tirelessly fundraising for local charities in Boston in an effort he hopes will “pay it forward.” In 2005, Porter, received terrible news from his Doctors. He had cancer. With three young children at home, Mark, faced an uncertain future for both him and his family as he battled non Hodgkin’s lymphoma.Thanks to treatment at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, the Irishman successfully beat the disease but since then, Porter, has been on a personal crusade to do what he can for those who need it most.The Quincy based carpenter said: “I went through all the surgery, chemo-therapy and recovery and thankfully came out the other side of it. I was able to beat it thanks to the research that had been done prior to my sickness, my wife had a husband, my children had their father…but I had no-one to thank for it [the research]…“I told myself at the point that when I got better… I was going to be that person that helped a father, a mother, a son or a daughter, a family. I wanted to invest in the future of my family, of my friends families and anyone else that might need it, knowing that every little that I do to help…helps!” Since being given a clean bill of health, the Donegal native has spent his time fundraising by whatever means possible. His efforts include running nine consecutive Boston Marathons, as well as taking part in numerous fundraisers along with organizing the popular annual charity boxing event, Battle at the Bay, which is now in it’s fourth year. For his efforts, the Irishman has raised over $300,000 for local cancer charities.“To raise that amount of money is phenomenal but that is a community effort,” he said, “I could not raise that money without the support of the people of Boston and for that I am very grateful.”However, Porter, wanted to do more.In 2012, he co-founded the Let’s Stop Cancer Foundation (LSC), an organization set up to help individuals diagnosed with cancer and their families meet the practical needs of rent, mortgage, food, bills, insurance and anything else that will help ease their worry during this stressful time.Said Mark: “When a family member is going through a sickness, all the focus needs to be on them, not on small everyday household issues. Our organization is there to help ease that pressure on the family by helping in whatever we can. Paying bills, food shopping, organizing babysitters, ….whatever is needed to help that family during this difficult time, we have them covered.” Further adding “These type of small efforts go a long way in helping these families,”The cancer survivor admits “Our success as a non-profit is being built on the misfortune of others but it is a foundation that is truly needed. All the families that have received our help are very grateful to have some one there with a helping hand when they need it most and that makes it all worthwhile”“My hope is that there will be less and less need for our organization or others like us, I hope people don’t have to suffer financially whilst suffering health wise. Until then, LSC will be there to give our full support to individuals and families who need us in their darkest hours.”For more information on the foundation, visit www.lscnow.org DONEGAL MAN GIVEN ‘HERO’ AWARD FOR TIRELESS CHARITY WORK IN AMERICA was last modified: December 1st, 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:awardbostondonegalMark Porter
In some states, the expansion of the Department of Energy’s Weatherization Assistance Program has put the focus not only on the potential benefits of the stimulus package but on a paradox: big stimulus programs may be intended to reduce unemployment quickly, but their scale and complexity – and the scrutiny they attract – can cause them to unfold very slowly.One example of that paradox is the sluggish pace of weatherization in Texas, where, by the end of November, only seven homes had been weatherized under the expanded version of the stimulus-funded program. As a recent story on the subject by the Dallas Morning News notes, the tension between the ambitions for the program and the pressure to manage it prudently is long-running.Federal officials “aren’t excited about where we are today, and neither are we,” Brooke Boston, a deputy executive director at the state’s Department of Housing and Community Affairs, told the paper. The agency is scheduled to receive a total of $327 million for WAP services (55 times more than it usually receives annually) and aims to weatherize 56,000 homes by March 2012. About $1.8 million of the first allotment for Texas, $163 million, has been spent so far, mainly on administrative costs.Like herding catsAt least one source of delay in Texas – confusion over the DOE’s prevailing-wage rules for stimulus-funded weatherization work, as set forth in the 1931 Davis-Bacon Act – has afflicted agencies in several other states, including Arizona, Idaho, Illinois, Missouri, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Washington.Some of the state’s community action agencies complain that the housing department has been slow to replace staff and complete administrative work. Federal officials also have been blamed for creating abundant restrictions and complex guidelines for program development and monitoring. Basically, though, most of the WAP’s bureaucratic frustrations stem from tremendous pressure to manage government funds carefully.“No one wants to make mistakes,” Bob Scott, director of weatherization services for the National Association for State Community Services Programs, told the Morning News. “They are trying to balance the need to show results quickly with the concern that there is increased scrutiny and accountability.”Longtime watchdog groups and others tracking stimulus-funded programs probably aren’t surprised that the WAP expansion has, in several markets, taken so long to get in gear. It’s a bureaucracy, after all, that ballooned from small and obscure to pretty big and high-profile with the stroke of a pen. Though there still are no guarantees, WAP’s lagging performers most likely will finally bust out of the blocks in 2010, allowing the expansion’s merits and flaws to be assessed more fully.
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Presentation Management: Key Component to the E… Tags:#cloudapp#sales#video#visual communication AI is Not the Holy Grail of Sales, at Least Not… Video has long been talked about as the medium that you NEED to be on as a business. According to Cisco, 79% of all internet traffic was video as of 2018. Video streaming, video conferencing, video content are shaping the way consumers are interacting with brands online. Zoom is the latest unicorn in the tech field and may already be in your toolkit, but it’s a company called CloudApp that you should keep an eye on.On May 29th, CloudApp announced a seed round investment of $4.3 Million. The video solution sits in the collaboration and productivity space and is currently used by 53% of the Fortune 500. Through its screen recording, GIF editing, and snipping tools it provides solutions to various business units the most impressive of which are customer support, engineering, and sales.CloudApp is a new way to talk to your customerHave you ever been involved in a live chat with a customer service agent and they just aren’t quite able to articulate to you how to solve an issue? They send over steps, FAQ pages, replicate but just can’t quite get there?CloudApp video collaboration tools allow for agents to close tickets faster with visual representations of how to solve an issues. Those videos can then be stored on the cloud and referenced later or reproduced on a more visual/video based FAQ page.Add personalization to long sales cyclesThe average sales cycle can last 6-9 months for an enterprise business. That is a long time for an account executive to keep in touch with various decision makers. Companies like G2Crowd have been using CloudApp to both create and nurture pipeline. With CloudApps ability to enable screen and webcam recording, you can send a more personal message about your thoughts on a white paper or article that you are sharing with a customer to keep in touch.With this feature, you can also create a personal meeting touch point without trying to fit into a customer’s busy schedule. Record yourself talking through contract highlights, customer case studies, etc and send those over to speed up the sales cycle.Reduce meetingsTired of meetings taking up your schedule? The screen recording from CloudApp can also provide a nice way to skip a meeting. You will find that the speed of collaboration through its integrations with Slack, Trello, GitHub, ZenDesk, and other common workplace tools will create less of need for ad hoc meetings.As we move to a more remote workforce, it becomes even more important to create personal touchpoints that aren’t necessarily in a meeting setting and may be more natural.Connect remote workers and onboard new employeesVideo conferencing and video collaboration can be a great equalizer in connecting a remote workforce. The visual nature can tie together a team and connect leaders to those who may be in different time zones and working hours. The video usage can extend to onboarding employees as well by creating quick videos on how to create a report in a specific tool, login to project management software, or find a piece of data.Share files quickly and collaborate on materialOne more sneaky ability of CloudApp is the file sharing nature it provides. You can use the screen recording, snipping, and GIF editing tool to create a short link to post into a blog or Slack. Also, you can simply drag and drop a file into the noticeable cloud icon your desktop to create a short link to send to someone.CloudApp operates on a freemium model with Pro accounts for individuals looking for more storage, HD quality video, and a few other features. It also has Team and Enterprise grade tools that boast SSO functionality, customizable links, guaranteed uptime, and dedicated customer success team. This company has a bright future and if you are looking to jump into video and the cloud, there’s an app for that CloudApp, available on Mac, Win, iOS, and Chrome. Related Posts Serverless Backups: Viable Data Protection for … Brad is the editor overseeing contributed content at ReadWrite.com. He previously worked as an editor at PayPal and Crunchbase. You can reach him at brad at readwrite.com. Brad AndersonEditor In Chief at ReadWrite
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K-pop star Jung Joon-young convicted of gang rape, spycam crimes Neymar #11 of Barcelona heads for the net in the first half against Juventus during the International Champions Cup 2017 on July 22, 2017 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Elsa/Getty Images/AFPHe has dazzled Rio’s imposing Maracana and Barcelona’s storied Camp Nou, but it’s Guingamp’s humble 17,000-capacity Stade du Rouduorou, tucked away in sleepy Brittany, which on Sunday greets Neymar, the world’s most expensive footballer.With the mundanity of transfer paperwork finally resolved, the 25-year-old Brazilian magician will line up for Paris Saint-Germain for the first time since his mind-boggling 222 million euro ($261 million) move from Barcelona.ADVERTISEMENT “But the people here are not talking about Neymar. The people here support their team.”It will be a major culture shock for Neymar in a town which has a population of just 7,000 and is best known for its annual Breton dance showcase, the Saint Loup Festival which draws visitors from around the world.However, that’s not to say that Guingamp do not have football pedigree.They were French Cup winners in 2009 and 2014 and last season beat PSG 2-1 in the corresponding league fixture, the capital city club’s second defeat in four visits to Guingamp since their hosts were promoted in 2013.Furthermore, former Chelsea and Ivory Coast star Didier Drogba spent a season at the club in 2002/2003.ADVERTISEMENT “We could have filled a stadium of 40,000 seats with no problem at all,” said Guingamp president Bertrand Desplat whose club budget is an eighth of what PSG paid for Neymar.“Remember the star of the show is going to be Neymar and for us we want to welcome this very special player and his team in the best conditions possible.”Journalists from far and wide are expected for the game — the ground’s press tribune, built to hold 80 people, has been extended to cater for 350.A total of 145 stewards will be on duty at the ground — 30 more than usual.1,200km away, Barca start new eraMeanwhile, French media speculated over who in the expensively-assembled PSG team will make way for Neymar.Le Parisien suggested it will be Javier Pastore, the Argentine star who was the first major signing after PSG were bought by their ambitious Qatari owners.“After first giving up his No.10 shirt, will he (Pastore) now give him (Neymar) his place in the team?” Le Parisien asked of the player who took up the No.10 shirt after Zlatan Ibrahimovic left for Manchester United last season, only to hand it to the Brazilian this summer.“Neymar will start on the left at the cost of Pastore.”Sports daily L’Equipe saw things differently, though. LATEST STORIES “Neymar — the football version,” ran their headline on Saturday in a light-hearted reference to how the most expensive transfer in football history has dominated news despite Neymar not yet having kicked a ball in anger.“A trio of Neymar, Pastore and Angel di Maria will support (striker) Ederson Cavani,” predicted L’Equipe.The match in Guingamp kicks-off at 1900GMT.An hour later, and around 1,200km further south, Barcelona will start their first competitive match without Neymar by facing bitter rivals Real Madrid in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup.Barca’s scattergun approach to finding a replacement for Neymar has so far been unsuccessful with bids for Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele of Borussia Dortmund rebuffed.Gerard Deulofeu was handed Neymar’s role alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez up front in Monday’s 5-0 friendly win over Chapecoense on his return to the club after spells at Everton and AC Milan.And the Spanish international took his chance with a goal and two assists in just 45 minutes on the field. 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WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Sore left arm keeps Sharapova out of Cincinnati event View comments Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension “He’s physically ready to play the whole ninety minutes,” PSG coach Unai Emery told AFP.“He’s been working well and we looked hard at tactics and free-kicks. We all want him in the starting eleven, he’s a player we need in the group.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutEven Guingamp coach Antoine Kombouaré, himself a former PSG boss, wants Neymar to play despite the potential for destruction at the feet of the Brazilian superstar.“I want the fans to come Sunday to see Guingamp win… preferably against a side with Neymar in it.