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Binding offers to be tried out, says housing minister

first_imgThe government has revealed that it is to begin a field trial of a binding standard reservation agreement that all buyers and sellers will have to sign at the start of the conveyancing process.Announced in February, the idea is being developed by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government and a working group chaired by research firm TwencyCI and will be tried ‘later this year’.Called the Home Buying and Selling Group, it includes solicitors and several estate agents and has spent the last 11 months considering different ideas including binding offers.The field trial was revealed by housing minister Heather Wheeler at an industry conference organised by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers.During her speech, Wheeler said she wanted to “to increase people’s commitment by ensuring that they’ve got some skin in the game.”“That’s why we’re taking forward our work to develop a standard reservation agreement, working with the industry-led Home Buying and Selling Group.”The group is tasked with working across all the sectors involved in buying and selling homes in order to speed up the process and reduce the number of fall-throughs.During her speech Wheeler reminded delegates that failed transaction cost buyers and sells £270m every year, and said that other reforms would be introduced to also improve information provision, accountability, consumer confidence competition and innovation.“We not only want to protect consumers, we want to be their champion, because frankly, they deserve better than the current system allows,” says Wheeler.heather wheeler Home Buying and Selling Group binding offers Conveyancing Association Council for Licensed Conveyancers January 28, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Binding offers to be tried out, says housing minister previous nextRegulation & LawBinding offers to be tried out, says housing ministerA field trial of a binding standard reservation form to be signed by both buyers and sellers has been announced by Heather WheelerNigel Lewis28th January 201901,479 Viewslast_img read more

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CBRE’s residential arm to offers its £1,000-a-week tenants a deposit alternative service

first_imgAlternative deposit supplier Flatfair has landed a coup after signing a deal with the world’s largest property company, CBRE, and revealing that it is about to sign another deal with one of the UK’s most prominent franchised estate agency chains.CBRE’s residential lettings arm in the UK, which has four residential branches, is to offer Flatfair’s service to its high-end tenants who rent properties for, on average, £4,333 a month or £1,000 a week.The agency’s landlord clients are largely Family Offices, financial institutions and funds who are have been worried by the reduction of deposit cover from six to five weeks following the tenant fees ban.Flatfair says its service offers landlords cover of up to 12 weeks instead.Deposit alternative“We are pleased to be able to offer tenants an alternative to providing an up-front deposit, and access to a digitalised deposit and deposit-free registration process through flatfair’s platform,” says Sharief Ibrahim, a director at CBRE’s residential agency.“Franz Doerr, CEO and founder of flatfair comments: “We are incredibly proud that CBRE has selected flatfair as their deposit alternative of choice in the UK.“We strongly believe that our technology solution offers a safer, more streamlined approach in comparison with the numerous insurance products that have entered the deposit replacement market and are pleased that CBRE has recognised that.”Approximately 10,000 tenancies in the UK currently use Flatfair’s service as a cash deposit alternative, although tenants using its platform who do want to pay a cash deposit can do so via Flatfair’s hook-up with deposit protection service mydeposits.Sharief Ibrahim CBRE flatfair Franz Doerr July 23, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » CBRE’s residential arm to offers its £1,000-a-week tenants a deposit alternative service previous nextProducts & ServicesCBRE’s residential arm to offers its £1,000-a-week tenants a deposit alternative serviceWorld’s largest property company has signed up to offer its renters the Flatfair deposit replacement service.Nigel Lewis23rd July 20190655 Viewslast_img read more

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UK: Plymouth-Based Frigate HMS Portland Goes to Help Injured Yachtsman

first_img View post tag: Naval View post tag: HMS November 3, 2011 Share this article View post tag: Portland View post tag: Yachtsman View post tag: Frigate View post tag: Injured View post tag: News by topiccenter_img View post tag: Plymouth-Based View post tag: Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today UK: Plymouth-Based Frigate HMS Portland Goes to Help Injured Yachtsman The Plymouth-based frigate HMS Portland responded to a Coastguard request earlier today to assist a casualty in a yacht in the English Channel 15 miles south-west of Portland Bill.The ship was conducting training off the South West coast when she was alerted to the situation and quickly closed to help and support a Coastguard helicopter that was already on route to assist the casualty on board the yacht, Skean Dhu.The sea state and accompanying swell meant that the Coastguard helicopter could not winch his rescue winchman directly onto the vessel. HMS Portland’s crew responded immediately and at short notice prepared the ship for Flying Stations so that the winchman could be landed onboard the frigate before being transferred by the ship’s rescue boat, along with the ship’s own paramedic.The patient was stabilised but it quickly became apparent that a further medical assessment was required and a doctor was rushed to the scene by the Weymouth lifeboat. Again, HMS Portland’s rescue boat was used to conduct a transfer of personnel. HMS Portland remained on the spot throughout the rescue operation to provide communications and control between the Coastguard, lifeboat, rescue helicopter and yacht.The Coastguard helicopter returned to the scene having refuelled at Lee on Solent and winched the injured man to safety. The Skean Dhu continued passage towards Brixham with the assistance of the Weymouth lifeboat, whilst HMS Portland recovered her rescue boat team and paramedic, all of whom had been instrumental in this coordinated rescue.The frigate’s commanding officer, Cdr Mike Knott, said: “I am delighted that HMS Portland was able to assist in this successful rescue – our training and proficiency in boarding and helicopter operations helped ensure that a tricky situation was quickly and safely dealt with. We wish the injured man a safe and speedy recovery.”This has been a busy time for HMS Portland who remains at sea conducting training serials and trials off the South West Coast.[mappress]Source: royalnavy, November 03, 2011 View post tag: Help UK: Plymouth-Based Frigate HMS Portland Goes to Help Injured Yachtsman View post tag: goeslast_img read more

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Director, Program Performance and Accountability

first_imgThe Director of Program Performance and Accountability isresponsible for the administration and effective operation of thenon-academic areas of Adult Education to include Records,Registration, and LEIS (Literacy Education Information System).Incumbent provides direct supervision and management of staff inassisting with Records and Registration and LEIS/ProgramPerformance personnel. Director will serve as lead for AdultEducation’s use of Web Attendance for maintaining student rostersand will work with staff from GTCC’s IT department and NCCC SystemsOffice to ensure that Web Attendance and LEIS are operatingefficiently. Director oversees the maintenance of student recordsin a secure environment as outlined in PIP requirements and workswith Adult Education staff to develop and monitor registrationprocedures for Adult Education students. The incumbent will beresponsible for the orderly execution of the LEIS functionincluding overall implementation processes and management of vitaldata for state and institutional program performance andaccountability reports. Incumbent will be responsible for trainingrelated to the functions within records, Web Attendance,registration and LEIS. This position analyzes and evaluates datarelated to student performance with a goal of meeting all state andfederal performance measure targets for Adult Education. Thisindividual will work closely with the Associate Dean of AdultEducation and will report directly to the Dean of AdultEducation.Education RequiredBachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, Computer Technology,Math, Statistics, Data Management, or related field from aregionally accredited post-secondary institutionEducation PreferredMaster’s degree in Information Systems, Computer Technology,Math, Statistics, Data Management, or related field from aregionally accredited post-secondary institutionExperience Required- Four years of related records management experience, includingevidence of experience in the following areas: – Thorough knowledgeof data analysis best practices and procedures – Proficiency inExcel and in using database software applications such as Informerand SQL – Experience reviewing data according to programs andpolicies – Experience recognizing, working with, and reporting dataanomalies – Experience analyzing, compiling, and reporting dataanalyses related to student performance and/or retention. – Recentexperience with an enterprise student information system (e.g.,Colleague)Experience Preferred- More than four years of related records management experience- Experience as a database administrator and/or computer programmer- Experience in an academic setting – Literacy EducationInformation System (LEIS) Adult Education data entry and analysisexperience – Experience reviewing data according to CommunityCollege and/or Adult Education programs and policies – Experienceworking with National Reporting System (NRS) Testing andPerformance Measureshttp://gtcc.peopleadmin.com/postings/4326last_img read more

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Commentary: It Won’t Be A Big Moment

first_imgCommentary: It Won’t Be A Big MomentDecember 8, 2019     Posted by jlkrull59By John KrullTheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Years ago, when I was still a newspaper reporter, I investigated a state elected official’s office.It wasn’t pretty.John Krull, publisher, TheStatehouseFile.comWhat I found was that a couple of senior male staff members had sexually harassed a young female staffer. Another staffer had pilfered state funds to use for routine personal purposes – paying rent, covering credit card bills and buying groceries. There were credible accusations that several male staffers had had sex with a college-age female intern. Evidence showed that other staffers had used state vehicles and other property on private business. And so on.What struck me then was how mundane it all was.Unlike in the movies, there was no big smoking gun – no mythic ah-ha moment that tied everything together so that the wrong of the guilty parties was clear to any and all.Instead, it was the accumulation of one small but sordid detail on top of another and another and another that revealed just how complete – and how completely banal – the corruption in that office was.It’s looking like Donald Trump’s presidency will unravel in the same fashion.The nation’s focus now is on the impeachment struggle that was triggered by the now-infamous phone call in which Trump asked Ukraine’s president to do him a “favor” and dig up dirt on a political rival.There already is and will continue to be intense debate about whether Trump’s transgression should be considered an impeachable offense.But the reality is that the Ukraine investigation is only one of the many threats now facing this president.A federal appellate court just ruled that two banks with whom President Trump has done business must comply with subpoenas from Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives and hand over his financial records. A similar case involving Trump’s accountants may force him to cough up his tax records.The president has fought long and hard to keep any details of his business dealings from becoming public. He is the first president since Richard Nixon not to release his tax returns and place his assets in some sort of blind trust.When he was running for president, Trump said his reason for refusing to release his tax returns was that he was being audited by the Internal Revenue Service – unjustly, he strongly implied.The excuse worked with only the terminally gullible.It’s hard to think of an American institution more reviled and despised than the IRS. If the tax collectors were persecuting Trump, revealing just how they were victimizing him only would have garnered him sympathy.The more likely reality is that release of those financial records will show that, during one or more of the president’s serial bankruptcies, he borrowed or accepted money from some sources he shouldn’t have, such as Russian oligarchs. One of the banks involved in the recent court ruling is notorious for laundering Russian money.If he’s still taking money from any foreign source, he’s violating the emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution.A transgression of that nature will be difficult for Republicans in Congress to explain or wish away, much as they might want to and as hard as they likely will try to do so.These are only two of the challenges confronting the president.Others are being mounted at the state level.Again, it’s not anyone thing that is doing the damage. It is the slow but steady accumulation of one small but sordid detail upon another upon another that is making clear just how compromised this president and his presidency are.If an end comes soon for Donald Trump’s presidency, the conclusion likely won’t be the product of a moment of high drama.Instead, it will be the result of a lot of little ones.And we Americans will be left to ponder just how small, even petty, were the temptations that toppled a president.Footnote: John Krull is director of Franklin College’s Pulliam School of Journalism and publisher of TheStatehouseFile.com, a news website powered by Franklin College journalism students.This article was posted by the City-County Observer without bias or editing.Print Friendly, PDF & EmailFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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Paper cups are fair Dinkum

first_imgFresh Shakes supplier Dinkum Products has ditched polystyrene cups for paper. The branded cups, lids and straws are supplied free with each 1.8kg tub of Fresh Shakes thick milkshakes. Director Ken Richards said paper cups have a better image with customers. Dinkum is offering free, no obligation, demonstrations anywhere in the UK of any or all of their concepts. To book your demonstration contact Dinkum direct on 0121 245 1945 or through its website.Cost: £99 (300 serving starter pack)£190 (machine)[http://www.dinkum.net]last_img read more

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Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson Announce Co-Headlining Summer Tour

first_imgRob Zombie and Marilyn Manson have announced their co-headlining Twins of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour 2019, marking the duo’s third outing together. The North American tour will see the spooky rockers on the road together for the majority of July and August.Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson will open up their tour with a performance at Baltimore, MD’s Royal Farms Arena on July 9th, followed by stops at Allentown, PA’s PPL Center (7/10); Huntington, WV’s Big Sandy Superstore Arena (7/12); Cincinnati, OH’s Riverbend Music Center (7/13); Evansville, IN’s Ford Center (7/14); Rockford, IL’s BMO Harris Bank Center (7/16); and Bonner Springs, KS’s Providence Medical Center Amphitheater (7/17); followed by festival appearances at Oshkosh, WI’s Rock USA on July 19th and Cadott, WI’s Rock Fest on July 20th.Zombie and Manson will continue their tour with a performance at Council Bluffs, IA’s WestFair Amphitheatre on July 21st, followed by stops at Sioux Falls, SD’s Denny Sanford Premier Center (7/23); Bismarck, ND’s Bismarck Event Center (7/24); Billings, MT’s Rimrock Auto Arena (7/25); Vancouver, BC’s Rogers Arena (8/4); Saskatoon, SK’s SaskTel Center (8/6); Winnipeg, MB’s Bell MTS Place (8/7); Fargo, ND’s Fargodome (8/9); Cedar Rapids, IA’s US Cellular Center (8/10); Fort Wayne, IN’s Allen County Coliseum (8/11); Grand Rapids, MI’s Van Andel Arena (8/13); London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens (8/14); Ottawa, ON’s Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre (8/16); Quebec, QC’s Videotron Centre (8/17); and a tour-closing performance at Gilford, NH’s Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion on August 18th.According to a press release, Zombie will release a new album this year, although no title or release date has been announced. Manson is also working on a new album, but no specifics were given.Tickets for Zombie and Manson’s summer tour go on sale this Friday, February 22nd via Live Nation.Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson 2019 North American Tour:07/09 – Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena07/10 – Allentown, PA @ PPL Center07/12 – Huntington, WV @ Big Sandy Superstore Arena07/13 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center07/14 – Evansville, IN @ Ford Center07/16 – Rockford, IL @ BMO Harris Bank Center07/17 – Bonner Springs, KS @ Providence Medical Center Amphitheater07/19 – Oshkosh, WI @ Rock USA *07/20 – Cadott, WI @ Rock Fest *07/21 – Council Bluffs, IA @ WestFair Amphitheatre07/23 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Denny Sanford Premier Center07/24 – Bismarck, ND @ Bismarck Event Center07/25 – Billings, MT @ Rimrock Auto Arena08/04 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena08/06 – Saskatoon, SK @ SaskTel Center08/07 – Winnipeg, MB @ Bell MTS Place08/09 – Fargo, ND @ Fargodome08/10 – Cedar Rapids, IA @ US Cellular Center08/11 – Fort Wayne, IN @ Allen County Coliseum08/13 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena08/14 – London, ON @ Budweiser Gardens08/16 – Ottawa, ON @ Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre08/17 – Quebec, QC @ Videotron Centre08/18 – Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion* = festival dateView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

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Omar Metwally & Arian Moayed Will Lead Guards at the Taj

first_img In 1648 India, two Imperial Guards watch from their post as the sun rises for the first time on the newly-completed Taj Mahal—an event that shakes their respective worlds. When they are ordered to perform an unthinkable task, the aftermath forces them to question the concept of friendship, beauty and duty, and changes them forever. Show Closed This production ended its run on July 12, 2015 Metwally will play Humayun and received a Tony nod for his performance in Sixteen Wounded. He has also been seen on stage in As You Like It. Screen credits include Munich, Rendition, Miral and the upcoming Dig. Moayed will take on the role of Babur and garnered a Tony nomination for Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Off-Broadway appearances include Masked, King Lear, Food & Fadwa and American Pilot. He is currently developing the pilot for the thriller miniseries The Accidental Wolf, starring The King and I’s Kelli O’Hara. The production will feature scenic design by Timothy R. Mackabee, with costume design by Bobby Frederick Tilley II, lighting design by David Weiner, original music and sound design by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen, special effects design by Jeremy Chernick and fight direction by J. David Brimmer. View Commentscenter_img Related Shows Guards at the Taj Tony nominees Omar Metwally and Arian Moayed will star in the previously reported world premiere of Guards at the Taj off-Broadway. Directed by Amy Morton, the play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph is set for a limited engagement May 20 through June 28. Opening night is scheduled for June 11 at Atlantic Theater Company at The Linda Gross Theater.last_img read more

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Honduras: Arrests Reduce Organized Crime Activities

first_imgBy René Novoa/Diálogo September 13, 2016 In 1903, the 26th U.S. president, Theodore Roosevelt, said: “No man is above the law, and no man is below it”, a statement that is starting to become less of a utopian fantasy in Honduras. The National Inter-Institutional Security Force (FUSINA), which is made up of the Honduran Armed Forces, the National Police, and other law enforcement officials, has broken up 39 organized crime gangs in 2016. They also confiscated property belonging to high-profile individuals, including businessmen and politicians connected to money laundering, reported Military Justice Lieutenant Colonel Santos Nolasco, spokesperson for FUSINA. In 2015, 176 criminal gangs were broken up. “After months of intense investigation work, FUSINA conducted a series of raids to break up these gangs, which are involved in drug trafficking, money laundering, extortion, murder, automobile theft, arms trafficking, among other things,” said Lt. Col. Nolasco. He noted that Operations Jaula, Cacique, and Fantasma (Cage, Chief, and Ghost in English) were conducted in the seven departments with the highest crime rates: Francisco Morazán, Cortés, Comayagua, Atlántida, El Paraíso, Choluteca, and Olancho. The Armed Forces carried out these operations with the help of the Public Ministry, the Special Prosecutor’s Office Against Organized Crime (FESCCO), the Counter Narcotics Directorate (DLCN), and the Technical Agency of Criminal Investigation. Successful Operations The goal of Operation Jaula is to bring those with outstanding arrest warrants before a court of justice. So far this year, 1,810 suspected criminals have been arrested. While in 2015, there were 3,399 arrests. Operation Cacique seeks to capture gangs that engage in drug trafficking, which as of July 17th of this year, has resulted in the arrest of 641 individuals. There were 881 such arrests in 2015. Meanwhile, the goal of Operation Fantasma is to combat money laundering and to pursue high-profile individuals tied to various crimes, as well as to confiscate assets and property belonging to people connected with organized crime, Lt. Col. Nolasco said. So far this year, FUSINA authorities have recorded 334 asset seizures, while there were 483 in 2015. A unique characteristic of this operation is that businessmen and politicians have been arrested. Between January 1st, 2015, and July 17th, 2016, six mayors and four businessmen have been apprehended throughout the country. The most recent case occurred this past June 24th, when FUSINA agents of the DLCN and FESCCO secured eight residences, two stores, a school, and 23 plots of land belonging to individuals tied to organized crime. The action took place in the northern areas of Choloma, Villanueva, and Cofradía, and in the department of Cortés. Rafael Abujieres Paz, owner of the company Maquilas y Más, was arrested during these raids for the crime of laundering assets from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. “With these actions, the Honduran Government has the goal of eradicating criminal behavior and the flow of drug trafficking, without making political or social class distinctions. It is only interested in making sure the rule of law predominates,” Lt. Col. Nolasco asserted. Still, he added that in order to conduct these operations, authorities receive assistance from the United States. “The operations are financed with State resources that come from the Population Security Tariff. Nevertheless, we should recognize the technical assistance given to us by the U.S. Government, a powerful ally that we count on in the fight against organized crime,” said Lt. Col. Nolasco. Special investigation Wilfredo Méndez, a Honduran security analyst and executive director of the Center of the Investigation and Promotion of Human Rights (CIPRODEH for its Spanish acronym), applauded FUSINA’s efforts in combatting crime. “At CIPRODEH, we maintain that the previous governments did not demonstrate the political will to combat money laundering, which sent criminals a message of impunity. And, it was almost verging on silent complicity,” Méndez said. “Nevertheless, these arrests and the breaking up of criminal organizations show that the authorities are committed to national security.” The Special Law Against Money Laundering took effect in the Central American country in 2014. It provides for penalties of six to 20 years for those convicted of this crime. Méndez noted that the arrest of mayors and businessmen sends a positive message to the population. “In the past, there may have been indictments against businessmen or officials, but the cases never went to trial. Now, Hondurans are beginning to believe that the State is applying the law to everyone equally, and that is why they have lost their fear of bringing complaints,” he said. To obtain better results, Méndez recommended constant training for the investigative staff. “Honduras is on the right track, but there is a lack of specialized investigation that can generate hard evidence against the criminals,” he said, recommending cooperative alliances with friendly countries. “The authorities should promote international cooperation agreements so that officers, prosecutors, and other justice officials receive constant training and are up to date with new investigative technologies.”last_img read more

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NY Cosmos Training Facility Planned for Mitchel Field

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The New York Cosmos soccer club that’s returning to the North American Soccer League this summer and calling Hofstra University’s Shuart Stadium its first home is planning to build a $400,000 practice facility at nearby Mitchel Field, team and Nassau County officials announced Monday.Since declaring their return to the NASL in July, the team has been working out renovation plans for the proposed training complex that will also be open to the public, except during soccer season, which runs from April to September. The team is expected to sign a 10-year lease with the county that would require them to make the necessary renovations, pending legislative approval.“This field’s obviously in complete disrepair, it’s not really being used at all so we think it’s a very clear win-win for the citizens here and for our organization,” said Erik Stover, the Chief Operating Officer for the Cosmos. “We’re going to be renovating it at our cost, [while] not asking for any taxpayer money and there will be some permitted use for citizens.”Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano touted the plans as his administration’s third public-private partnership for a park unveiled since January. He held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new $15 million ice rink in Eisenhower Park in January and last month the legislature approved a deal with Molloy College in which the school will invest $1.3 million to renovate Mitchel Field’s baseball fields in exchange for a use permit.“Nassau County is becoming a sports-entertainment destination that attracts tourism dollars to our region,” Mangano said.The Cosmos began play in 1971, winning five Soccer Bowls while attracting such stars as Pelé, the legendary Footballer of the Century who played for the team until his 1977 retirement and now serves as its honorary president. Both the team and the league dissolved in the early ’80s.Cosmos Chairman Seamus O’Brien said the idea of restoring the field “is going to benefit the Long Island community tremendously.”Carlos Mendes, a defensive player for the Cosmos who previously played for the New York Red Bulls, is excited to see his new team re-establish its roots in his native Long Island. The team has proposed building a $400 million privately funded, 25,000-seat stadium near Belmont Park racetrack in Elmont.“I grew up here, so this is my backyard,” said Mendes. “It’s a great facility [and] I think that to have the Cosmos back and to be a part of the tradition, I’m just very honored and excited to get going.”Stover said the plans have been well received, although they still have a lot of work to do between their debut season tickets going on sale Friday and their first match with their former rivals, the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, at Hofstra on Aug. 3. It will be their first rematch in nearly 30 years.“People have such good feelings about the Cosmos from the 70s and 80s,” he said. “The organization really started here, so we’re very confident that the community is going to support us. We plan to be an active member of the community.”last_img read more

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