Source: Serge The Car HaulerHowever, security at the mall arrested the 29-year-old for disorderly conduct. He was released after being given a citation.Gawker reports that each of the dollar bills was printed with a link to to Vorobyov’s YouTube account, where he posted an explanation for this generous giveaway: Source: Serge The Car HaulerWatch an eagle steal a camera, make its own film>WATCH: Shoppers brawl over flat-screen TVs in Walmart>40 years of Folens Christmas annuals, in pictures> A MAN HAS been arrested after he threw $1000 in cash at shoppers in a shopping centre in Minnesota.Serge Vorobyov threw one thousand dollar bills from the fourth floor of the Mall of America onto Black Friday shoppers beneath.According to CBS Minnesota Vorobyov said he’d had a rough year (divorce, and she took the cat) and just wanted to help some people out.
United Fishermen of Alaska requested the delay in the implementation so state agencies are prepared and adequate public notice and education is given before the law goes into effect. The bill seeks to require titles for boats in order to help the state track vessel ownership to determine liability. Smaller vessels would be required to have a title issued by the DMV and kept in the state’s database. Senate Bill 92: “An Act relating to abandoned and derelict vessels; relating to the registration of vessels; relating to certificates of title for vessels; relating to the duties of the Department of Administration; relating to the duties of the Department of Natural Resources; establishing the derelict vessel prevention program; establishing the derelict vessel prevention program fund” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Changes to Alaska boat ownership and registration laws initiated by SB 92, the Derelict Vessels Act, took effect on January 1. Beginning this year, all vessels longer than 24 feet (7.32 meters) are required to be registered with the state Department of Motor Vehicles. A United Fishermen of Alaska official says very few fishermen are aware of the regulation and stand to be prosecuted for non–compliance. A request was denied by the state to delay the implementation of a new boat registration law. The bill was introduced by Senator Peter Micciche (R-K-Pen) in order to reduce the number of abandoned boats that occupy the waterways in Alaska. Micciche: “The intent of this bill is so that you understand the ownership of the vessel and you can start dealing with it years before what we’ve been doing now. Long before it ends up on the bottom.”
WILMINGTON, MA — At the most recent Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting, a resident asked the Selectmen to add an extra level of transparency around its meeting agenda process.“When you put the agenda out for these meetings, there’s a list of communications you’re going to speak about. When I was looking at the agenda online, I was hoping to find copies of the communications attached,” resident Robin Domek told the Board. “In this day and age, you should be able to scan [the communications] and have an attachment to the agenda, so that way, the people who want to attend these meetings can see more detail of what’s going to be discussed.”An example of the Selectmen’s meeting agenda is below:“I was interested in the New England Transrail stuff because I live right around the corner, and I didn’t know what [the communications] entailed, just that it was about that property,” continued Domek. “I was looking for the who, what, where, why and when of what was going to be discussed here. It’s just a little frustrating to come in and not have that knowledge until I’m sitting here and I don’t have time to think about it and research it…. When the agenda is posted, could these attachments — such as letters, memos, etc. referenced on the agenda — also be posted along with it?”“It’s certainly possible,” responded Town Manager Jeff Hull. “It’s the board’s call if they’d like to have attachments of the correspondence posted in the future.”“I would prefer that,” chimed in Selectman Jonathan Eaton. “In the interest of public transparency, you bring up a really good point.”“I think a lot of people may not come to these meetings because they don’t think [agenda items] pertain to them,” added Domek. “They may, however, come to the meeting once they read the attachments, receive more details, and get a better understanding of whatever the attachment is. They may want to come in and have their say.”“I believe you’re all wiling to be transparent and this would be a great service for the community,” concluded Domek.Of note, the Wilmington School Committee has been posting its entire meeting packet, which includes correspondence, memos, reports, letters, etc. — along the lines of what Domek is requesting of the Wilmington Board of Selectmen — since the 2013-2014 school year. School Committee meeting packets can be found HERE. The packets are typically posted approximately one week in advance of each meeting.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSELECTMEN NEWS: Town Counsel To Determine If McCoy Violated Open Meeting Law After Phone Calls To Board MembersIn “Government”SELECTMEN NEWS: Board Supports Fire & Police Substation In North Wilmington; Town To Vote On Project In April 2020?In “Government”LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Now I Know Why Residents Don’t Attend Board Of Selectmen’s MeetingsIn “Letter To The Editor”