Cape Coral officials to distribute COVID-19 relief money to residents

first_imgRELATEDTOPICS AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments Advertisement AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments FORT MYERS, Fla.– Cape Coral housing officials are preparing to distribute more Coronavirus relief funding.City officials have $808,605 to distribute among Cape Coral residents who have suffered financially from COVID19. This money can be used for utilities, food, rent or mortgage, transportation and childcare. The city previously distributed $633,991 with the help from Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties. That money was mainly used for rent or mortgage assistance. For the second round of funding, the city hired an employee to handle applications.  Cape Coral applies for FWC grant to improve Yacht Club Park’s marina June 16, 2021 Cape Coral break in foiled by barking dog June 17, 2021center_img WATCH: Porch pirate targets newly moved in Cape Coral residents June 16, 2021 Cape Coral man tries to figure out meaning of his 25-year-old tattoos June 16, 2021 AdvertisementCity Officials aim to have applications online by March 1, 2021. You must be a Cape Coral resident and directly impacted by COVID-19 financially to apply. AdvertisementTags: Cape CoralCovid-19 Advertisementlast_img read more

Island Offshore puts off newbuild deliveries

first_imgNorwegian shipowner Island Offshore has agreed to delay deliveries of all of its under-construction vessels at Vard, except one.In its quarterly statement, the company has said it has agreed with Vard Brevik to delay delivery of all the new building vessels with an average delay of six months, except for Island Clipper platform supply vessel which will be delivered in April 2015.Excluding the Island Clipper, Island Offshore has four vessel on order at Vard yard, three platform supply vessels and one well intervention vessel.The company has explained that the deal will help mitigate the negative implications of a weaker market and will improve the short term cash flow for the Group.Furthermore, Island Offshore has said it has signed a shipbuilding contract  with Kawasaki Heavy Industries for delivery of the Top Hole Drilling vessel Island Navigator in March 2017. The contract is subject to firm financing and these negotiations are progressing according to plan, Island Offshore has said.Offshore Energy Today Stafflast_img read more

Read of the Week

first_imgWhen I Was TenFiona CumminsPan MacmillanReview: Karen Watkins This is a gripping thriller that can easily be devoured in one sitting. It begins with a child running through rain to Saltbox Hill. People in the nearby village are hunkered down in preparation against an imminent storm. The air vibrates with thunder. The child has told a lie. A whopper. There’s no way back. And then she’s struck by lightning. The next day the village wakes to hear the parents are dead. One of the children is covered in blood. It’s cut and dried who the murderer is, or is it?To the outside world sisters Sara and Shannon Carter have an idyllic childhood. They live in a beautiful house on Saltbox Hill with their parents, a respectable doctor and a housewife. But inside the house their parents are abusive and evil, making their daughters’ lives miserable. The characters set the scene of this gripping read that will have you guessing until the final pages. I certainly didn’t see the final one coming.Catherine Allen’s husband Edward is acting strangely as is their 13-year-old daughter Honor who is hiding something. Her life stops when she watches her sister on the news talking about when their parents were brutally stabbed with scissors and killed. Brinley Booth lived next door to the sisters and was their best friend. She grows up to become a journalist and is hoping for a breaking news story. Fiona Cummins writes with empathy in this, her fourth novel. She lives in Essex with her family and dog. We received 72 entries in last week’s competition for the book Reggie & Me. The winner was Emelda Africa of Lotus River.last_img read more

HSI Foal Qualifier Results from Bridestown Towers Equestrian Centre

first_img HSI Foal Qualifier Results from Bridestown Towers Equestrian Centre Pony Eventing Foals The pony eventing section was won by Marie Casey with a filly by Ballynoe Night Cruise (ISH) out of Millennium Milly (CP), by Templebready Fear Bui (CP). Tags: The reserve was Andries De Bonts filly by I’m Special De Muze (BWP) out of Wulfin (KWPN), by Voltaire (HANN).Horse Eventing FoalsThe horse eventing section was won by Kieran O’Gorman with a filly by Munther (TB) (IRE) out of by Brookfield Miss Lux (ISH), by Lux Z (HANN). The reserve also went to Kieran O’Gorman with a colt by Munther (TB) (IRE) out of Kingstead Royale (ISH) by Lux Z (HANN).Winner of the colt eventing section – Kieran O Gorman with a filly by Munther (TB) (IRE) Home  »  Breeding News  »  HSI Foal Qualifier Results from Bridestown Towers Equestrian Centre The Foal Championship aims to identify, evaluate and reward breeders who have bred a foal that has the potential to be competitive at the highest level in the disciplines of show jumping or eventing.The first HSI foal qualifier took place on Friday 1st August at Bridestwon Towers Equestrian Centre. This qualifier was judged by Brendan Doyle and Janet Murray.Horse Show Jumping FoalsThe horse foal Showjumping section was won by Billy Daly with a filly foal by Vivant Van De Heffinck (BWP) out of Newmarket Clare Lady (ISH), by Newmarket Jewel (WESTF).Winner of the show jumping section – Billy Daly’s filly by Vivant Van De Heffinck (BWP) out of Newmarket Clare Lady (ISH). 7 August 2019, 14:43last_img read more