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Tag: 爱上海贵族宝贝419 Savvy buyers can pick up a whole Lota bargains

first_imgThe cottage at 32 Belgamba St, Lota.A post-war cottage in Lota has sold under the hammer  as the local market begins to cool.The property at 32 Belgamba St sold to the highest bidder for $400,000 on June 17.Marketing agent Solomon Soner of Team Solomon Estate Agents said “20 odd” people watched on as three buyers vied for the three-bedroom home. “There was a bit of negotiation with the vendor, who was on the phone interstate but in the end she was happy with the (sale price),” Mr Soner said. “The buyer is a local man who will be an owner-occupier.” Mr Soner said the property, which was three streets from the Esplanade and Boxhead Park, attracted a solid amount of interest during the marketing campaign.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“We had nine groups come through in the lead-up to the auction,” he said. “The home is post-war and in need of restumping — most people wanted to buy it to knock it down and build a new home.” Mr Soner said the Lota market in general was “going a little sideways and slightly down”.The Cleveland-based agent said the slower market was most likely due to the normal seasonal downturn.“Some winters are great and some are not — this one is a bit slower than others,” he said. “There are less inquiries per property … so it’s the best time for buyers to try get a bargain. “There will be more stock coming on to the market in spring but there will also be more competition.”last_img read more

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Tag: 爱上海贵族宝贝419 SCJ Alliance Named 2016 Top Place to Work

first_imgFacebook30Tweet0Pin0Submitted by SCJ Alliance Business Examiner Media named SCJ Alliance the 2016 Top Place to Work as a medium-sized employer. The award was announced on the same day as SCJ’s 10-year anniversary, May 16, 2016.Business Examiner judges noted they were impressed by the extent to which SCJ’s core values are evident in the firm’s day-to-day atmosphere.SCJ President Perry Shea said the honor means more than most. “Our core values — trust, stewardship, compassion, integrity, freedom — are a very real guide for how we do business. We look for more than technical expertise; we hire for character. Receiving this award shows us passion for these ideals is echoed throughout our team.SCJ President Perry SheaIn an anonymous survey, one employee said SCJ has “leaders who believe as if the primary purpose of business is improving the lives of people.”SCJ Senior Vice President Jean Carr shared, “We believe in supporting a work/life balance and nurturing characteristics like innovation, respect, collaboration, accountability, creativity and fun. I’m proud to see it’s working.Another surveyed employee said, “I’ve never worked somewhere that I felt was so supportive of advancing my professional goals and interests. They truly want us to realize our full potential, and they strive to facilitate that.”SCJ Alliance is a nationally-recognized, award-winning company specializing in civil engineering, transportation planning & design, environmental & urban planning, landscape architecture & design, and public outreach. Founded in 2006 as Shea Carr Jewell, SCJ has grown steadily from three employees in one location, to a dynamic team of nearly 70 employees in five locations.“For ten years, we have aimed to create a compassionate workplace,” said Shea. “We know that when we acknowledge and care for the needs of our staff, success for our clients, our firm and our people will follow.”last_img read more

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Tag: 爱上海贵族宝贝419 South Okanagan’s Vandeweghe dominated short course — Nelson’s Locke, Maly finish in medals

first_imgBy Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsKirk Vandeweghe of Penticton usually cooks with the longer distance racers at the Nelson Cyswogn’Fun.However, the South Okanagan triathlete decided his sprint distance needed a little fine-tuning.After blazing over the Cyswogn’ Fun short course in near record time Vandeweghe can head back to the longer distance after capturing the short course title at the 2011 Nelson Cyswogn’Fun Sunday.Vandeweghe cruised over the 500-meter swim, 22-kilometer cycle and five-kilometer run in a time of one hour, eight minutes and 29 seconds. “I actually like to do a whole mix of triathlons,” Vandeweghe said from near the concession stand at Lakeside Park.“I think sprint really boosts your fitness. So I do tons of sprints, Olympics, half’s . . . they all sort of prepare for the next race.”Vandeweghe was almost six minutes in front of Nelson’s Peter Lock and eight ahead of Anthony Maley.I was really happy (with second),” Locke, using the Cyswogn’Fun as a cross trainer to prepare for another season on the cross-country ski scene as an elite racer.“This is only my second time ever racing triathlon so I’m very happy with my result.”Vandeweghe was first out of the water, first in the cycle before coasting home in second to capture the overall men’s short-course crown.“I think this is an incredible course,” Vandeweghe explained. “To think you can ride across the (Big Orange) bridge and run across the bridge twice is pretty cool.”For Locke, leaving the water in 13th spot, it was the cycle to Six Mile that allowed the Nelsonite to win the silver medal.Locke finished second behind Vandeweghe to edge up the leaderboard. He then pushed himself on the run to grab second.“I’m not as good at running so the final stage was the toughest for me,” Locke said. “And it’s tough to switch from biking to running because your legs are pretty tired, but it was a fun race.”A key for Locke in 2011 was learning the course layout. A glitch during his previous race cost the Nelsonite dearly.“Last year I went the wrong way and was disqualified, so this year made it to the (Saturday’s) meeting so that helped,” Locke said with a chuckle.Maley, first in the men’s 30-39 division, was seventh in the swim and bike stage before blazing the five-kilometer run in a first-place time of 20:54.Chad Badry of Nelson was seventh with other Nelsonites Shawn DeGroot 15th and Pierce Sharelove 16th.Allison Schlosser was the top Nelsonite in the short course, finishing 18th overall. Schlosser was sixth overall in the female category.“I had a good race,” said Schlosser. “I’ve never done a sprint distance before . . . I’ve only done the Olympic or Half, so it was really good.”“I thought I do something a little shorter where speed is a factor so things went really well,” she added.Stacy Bie of Quesnel won the women’s short course title in a time of 1:18.17.Darci Miller of Fort McMurray was second with Nikki Jomha of Victoria third.Karen Cambaliza of Calgary was fourth with Susanne Fraser of Rossland rounding out the top five.Swimski trio tops long courseTeam Swimski took the long course male crown with Last Minute Louie’s first in the long course mixed team race.Our Civic Duty was first in the long course female race.Short course team title went to McDucs Wedding Team with Team DeVries second and The Pickles third.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

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Tag: 爱上海贵族宝贝419 Crunch time for Nelson Leafs, host Princeton, Bruins in doubleheader weekend

first_imgBy Bruce Fuhr, The Nelson Daily SportsNo doubt after the New Year’s Eve debacle, the Nelson Leafs will be eager to get a positive start to 2012 when the club plays host to the Princeton Posse Friday in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action at the NDCC Arena.The Leafs completed 2011 with a stinker even the players had a difficult time stomaching, losing 3-2 to the Spokane Braves — the same team Nelson trashed 7-1 the night before, on the road no less.”It’s a new season and we’ve got to get ready for the stretch run,” Leaf coach Frank Maida told The Nelson Daily. “The players know for us to make a run we can’t take any games off and must come prepared to every game.”In the Posse, the Leaf face a big team ready to push the Leafs around. However, Maida said the Green and White must use their speed in the larger NDCC Arena to its advantage.”(Princeton) is a bigger team that play in a smaller arena, so we’ve got to use our speed to our advantage and wear them down,” he said.During the only meeting of the season between the two clubs, a 4-2 win by the Posse, the hosts jumped to a 2-0 lead four minutes into the first period — a lead the Leafs could not overcome despite out shooting Princeton 39-22.Princeton, 20-13-1, enter the game tops in the Okanagan Division with a one-point lead over Osoyoos Coyotes.In contrast the Leafs, are tied with the Posse in points but sit third in the Murdoch 15 points behind division leading Beaver Valley. Saturday, hosts the 1-34 Grand Forks Border Bruins.Both games have a 7 p.m. puck drop.ICE CHIPS: Leaf defenceman Julian Davis has decided to leave the team and return to his home in the Lower Mainland. In 13 games since joining the Leafs the 5’11”, 183-pound Davis had one goal. . . .Nelson will see a familiar foe when team sees Castlegar after the Rebels acquired Riley Henderson from the Golden Rockets in exchange for future considerations. In 27 games this season, 17 with Nelson, Henderson had 22 points, including five goals. . . .Leaf coach Frank Maida is working the phones trying to bolster his club before the January 10 B.C. Hockey roster deadline. However, Maida, with two open cards, is not thinking there will be too much action as Junior A and Junior B clubs have most rosters in place.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

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