FF demand more clarity over potential border checks

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Twitter By News Highland – October 13, 2019 Harps come back to win in Waterford Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Previous articleMinister Joe McHugh meets Pope Francis todayNext articleHSE highlight ‘vital role’ of vaccination News Highland Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Pinterest Google+ FF demand more clarity over potential border checks It’s been claimed that the Government is still refusing to provide clarity on plans for checks in the event of a no deal Brexit.Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Brexit Lisa Chambers TD is warning that while tunnel discussions are taking place, there can be no room for tunnel vision.With less than three weeks away from a potential no deal Brexit Deputy Chambers has criticised the Government over refusing to provide clarity on checks in the event of a no deal Brexit.The Government has recently called in crisis management specialists to help deal with a potential no-deal crisis but Deputy Chamber believes that this should have been done months ago.In a statement Deputy Chambers urged the Government to communicate with citizens and business about what the plan is.The Taoiseach has said that there will be no sudden changes and a grace period if checks have to be implemented but Deputy Chambers has said that no clarity has been provided on what that actually means or how long the grace period will be.Deputy Chambers concluded that the lack of information is only serving to fuel uncertainty and anxiety particularly in the border region. DL Debate – 24/05/21 Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty WhatsApp Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more

MHI Vestas, Eneco Get Their Own Boat Landings in IJmuiden

first_imgPort Authority Zeehaven IJmuiden N.V. has constructed three new boat landings for MHI Vestas Offshore Wind and Eneco, as a response to the major increase in the transport of the two companies’ maintenance crews and staff to and from their offshore wind farms. These new boat landings make it easy and safe to step from the quayside onto the windcats, crew transfer vessels that make direct physical contact with the boat landing or landing platform.MHI Vestas recently began using a new extension to the industrial building and offices for its third maintenance team. Eneco has also moved into new offices in IJmuiden for the maintenance of the Prinses Amaliapark wind farm and to oversee the construction of the new Eneco Luchterduinen wind farm.Two operational wind farms are located in the North Sea off the Dutch west coast: the Windpark Egmond aan Zee (OWEZ) with 36 wind turbines and Prinses Amaliapark with 60 turbines. A third offshore wind farm, Eneco Luchterduinen is currently under construction off the coast at Zandvoort.Zeehaven IJmuiden N.V.  stressed that the construction of two wind farms with an output capacity of 700 MW each off the coast of the Province of Zuid-Holland in 2017 and 2018, and another one off the coast of the Province of Noord-Holland in 2019, offer good opportunities for the company and for other specialist companies located in the region.Source: Zeehaven IJmuiden N.V.last_img read more

McConnell To Head Alcohol And Marijuana Control Office

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A former planner with the municipality of Anchorage will be the new director of the state Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office. Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development Commissioner Chris Hladick announced the appointment Tuesday. She replaces acting director Sara Chambers. Hladick says McConnell’s commitment to the consistent application of clear and effective regulations will protect public safety while facilitating successful alcohol and marijuana businesses.center_img McConnell spent time as the Anchorage planning manager and was deputy director of the Office of Economic and Community Development under Mayor Ethan Berkowitz. Erika McConnell will join the state office March 20 after 14 years with the municipality, where she oversaw special land use permits for alcohol and wrote Anchorage’s marijuana land use regulations.last_img read more