✨✨FIORENTINA OF THE DECADE ✨✨⚜️ 2⃣0⃣1⃣0⃣➖2⃣0⃣2⃣0⃣ ⚜️System: 4⃣-3⃣-3⃣FreySquare, Gonzalo, Astori, PasqualCastrovilli, Pizarro, Borja ValeroJovetic, G. Rossi, Mutu#ForzaViola 💜 #Fiorentina pic.twitter.com/sTK1jhGvY2 The Fiorentina He has taken advantage of the coronavirus stoppage to look back and has asked his followers to choose the eleven best players who have gone through the viola club in the 2010-2020 decade. Borja Valero is among those selected. The Spanish midfielder, now at Inter, arrived at Fiorentina from Villarreal in the summer of 2012 and defended his shirt in 212 games over five seasons before signing for Inter. Valero scored 17 goals and gave 45 assists in his period in Florence being the 33rd player who has played the lily team the most times. InThe ideal eleven of the decade of the Fiorentina It is made up: Frey (218 games in total, but 13 in this decade); Square (106), Gonzalo Rodríguez (203), Astori (109), Manuel Pasqual (356, 188 in the decade); David Pizarro (110), Castrovilli (26), Borja Valero (212); Mutu (111 totals, 20 in the decade, Jovetic (134, 63 since 2010) and Giuseppe Rossi (42). Between all they add 1,297 parties. – ACF Fiorentina English 🧢 (@ACFFiorentinaEN) April 20, 2020Gonzalo Rodríguez and Giuseppe Rossi, two players with a past in LaLiga, are also part of the eleven. Both followed in the footsteps of Borja Valero and left Villarreal for Fiorentina. The central defender spent five seasons before returning to Argentina and the Italian forward played two and a half seasons in Florence before returning to LaLiga to play for Levante. The 2016/2017 season he played a game with Fiorentina before leaving Celta.Viola fans have in mind Davide Astori. The captain of the Fiorentina passed away in March 2018 leaving a great memory in the stands of the Artemio Franchi. The Italian arrived in 2015 from Rome and became one of the team’s benchmarks.Jovetic, a discovery in FlorenceA young 18-year-old forward named Stevan Jovetic signed for Fiorentina in the summer of 2008. The Serbian came after scoring 16 goals in 29 games with him Belgrade Partisan. Jovetic He had opportunities in his first season in which he scored three goals. From there two stages would begin: the first in the 2009/2010 season in which he scored 11 goals in 37 games and a second after the knee injury that kept him out of the field of play in the 2010/2011 season. In this second stage the best was seen Jovetic of his career with 14 goals on 11/12 and 13 on 12/13 before making the leap to Manchester City.
It also raised its commodity charge from $1.50 per cubic foot of water used to $1.70 per cubic foot. Board members said the rate increase is needed to help pay for a $5.6 million capital improvement program over the next seven years. It would include replacement of a major line that runs from Colima Road to Mills Avenue – somewhat along Cornishcrest Road. The district serves about 4,200 customers and 20,000 residents. “I think the rate hike is excessive,” Briggs said. “They decided to pay directly for the $5.7 million capital improvement program,” he said. “It should have been financed. They should have gotten a loan.” But Kennedy and Lee said it’s cheaper over the long run to pay for the program now than floating a bond issue. “That would have put the burden on the kids,” Lee said. “We had a bond issue when the district was formed, and it’s the only one we’ve ever had to issue.” Stephenson-Rodriguez said she doesn’t have a position on the rate increase, but is concerned about water quality. “You have water coming out of your faucet, and it has millions of particles in it,” Stephenson-Rodriguez said. “I want to know why the water comes out so cloudy.” The two incumbents said Stephenson-Rodriguez’s concerns were groundless. “That’s very inconsistent with all of the reports we get from our tests of the water,” Kennedy said. “Maybe she’s got a bad system at her house.” Kennedy and Lee cite their experience as to why they should be re-elected. “The whole world is going through a critical period regarding water,” said Lee, referring to reductions in water from the Colorado River and Northern California. “This is no time to have inexperienced people running the water district.” Kennedy said that not only has he been on the board for 12 years but he also worked for the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Department for 27 years. Stephenson-Rodriguez said she brings more than just concerns about water quality. “I’m a union benefits manager,” she said. “I understand health care and contracts and how to work with vendors.” Briggs said he would bring more common sense to the board. email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SOUTH WHITTIER – Twelve years ago, Bill Clinton was in his first term as president, the Internet was in its infancy and the Orchard Dale Water District had its last contested election. Fast forward to Nov. 6 and incumbents Joe Kennedy and Clifford Lee, who were elected in 1995 as challengers, now are the incumbents themselves in a contested election. Yvette Stephenson- Rodriguez and Clifford Briggs this time around are trying to unseat the two incumbents on the issues of rates and water quality. But Kennedy and Lee say this is no time for a change. The hottest issue might be over the board’s decision in May to raise the monthly service charge on homeowners with five-eighths-inch or three-quarter-inch meters from $10 to $15.05.