DATE/TIMETYPELOCATION Apopka Police Department Burglary Report: Week Ending April 6thThe Apopka Burglary Report for the week ending April 6th shows 12 burglaries reported in the city of Apopka.Chief Michael McKinley of the Apopka Police Department tells us that many vehicle burglaries could have been prevented if everyone remembers to do just two things:Remove all valuables from your vehicleLock your car doorsThe breakdown of the burglaries reported to the Apopka Police Department last week:3 – Business5 – Residential4 – VehicleHere is a list of the burglaries, along with their date, time, type, and location: 4/5/2019 4:40 amBUSINESS800 BLOCK S ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL 4/5/2019 11:56 amVEHICLE100 BLOCK E 3RD ST 4/5/2019 4:05 amBUSINESS800 BLOCK S ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter 4/2/2019 9:31 amVEHICLE100 BLOCK S PARK AVE TAGSApopka Burglary ReportApopka Police DepartmentBusiness Burglary ReportResidential Burglary ReportVehicle Burglary Report Previous articleWhat happened when a bill to legalize recreational marijuana came before the Florida Legislature? Let’s talk about itNext articleDoes legalizing marijuana help or harm Americans? Weighing the statistical evidence Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 4/5/2019 6:00 pmRESIDENTIAL600 BLOCK OSHEA CT The Anatomy of Fear 4/4/2019 12:19 pmRESIDENTIAL2300 BLOCK COBBLEFIELD CIR Please enter your comment! 4/5/2019 7:19 amBUSINESS800 BLOCK S PARK AVE LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate 4/1/2019 6:33 pmRESIDENTIAL900 BLOCK MARVIN C ZANDERS AVE 4/1/2019 8:52 amVEHICLE1000 BLOCK PAVIA DR 4/1/2019 8:33 pmRESIDENTIAL300 BLOCK LAKE HILL PL Please enter your name here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 4/2/2019 6:10 pmRESIDENTIAL300 BLOCK EDISTO PL 4/3/2019 7:25 amVEHICLE1000 BLOCK SHEELER HILLS DR Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
NewsKilling of Limerick’s Viking King to be re-enactedBy Staff Reporter – July 7, 2014 749 Detached, beautifully presented family home in the heart of Clonlara Village WhatsApp Print Twitter Gardaí appeal for witnesses to road traffic collision in Kilrush, Co Clare Facebook Big investment lined up for Bunratty tourist attraction Email Previous articleCeltic FC coaches set up soccer camp in LimerickNext articleLough Derg Becomes Food Hotspot Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR by Claire O’BrienSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up email@example.comBRIAN Ború’s 10th century invasion of the monastic settlement of Scattery Island and the subsequent killing of the Viking King of Limerick and his two sons will be re-enacted in County Clare later this month.The re-enactment of the raid by Brian Ború’s and his Dal Cais army will be the main event of the upcoming Scattery Island Festival, running from July 26 to 27.The festival features guided walks,lectures,music and song and marine activities celebrating the island’s association with the Vikings,Brian Boru,the Spanish Armada and later as a defence outpost for the British.The re-enactment is part of the national Brian Ború Programme and coincides with the millennial anniversary of Boru’s death at the Battle of Clontarf in 2014.Rita Mc Carthy of the Scattery Island Heritage & Tourism Group said that the re-enactment will be the focal point of this year’s Festival,the theme of which is ‘Invade Scattery’.Also taking place over the course of the weekend is a Ceremony of Remembrance for past inhabitants of the Island. Ms.Mc Carthy said “We are inviting former island inhabitants and anyone with a connection with Scattery or indeed, its rich history to join us on the weekend of July 26-27th”.For more details visit www.brianborumillennium.ie TAGSBrian BorúCounty ClareScattery Island Festival What’s in a name? Public to have their say in renaming of city landmarks Linkedin Advertisement Clare County Council to purchase Holy Island
If they were to achieve these goals, their funding levels would improve to almost 127% on average, according to the supervisor.However, other factors, such as insufficient contributions and the payment of index-linked uplifts, were a drag on performance relative to scheme recovery plans.Although DNB has previously urged pension funds to increase contributions, it cannot enforce this under current rules.Pension funds are allowed to smooth out their contributions over several years while taking expected returns into account.Benefit cuts imminent for trio of schemes Three quarters of Dutch pension funds have been lagging behind their expected funding recovery plans since 2015, according to regulator De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB).In an evaluation of the recovery plans of 143 underfunded schemes, DNB found that, on balance, their coverage ratios had barely improved during that period.Dutch pension scheme recovery plans are updated annually and must show how schemes expect to reach the required funding level of 125%. Almost all schemes expect to improve without having to apply cuts to benefits, and aim for surplus returns.DNB found that pension funds assumed they would achieve annual results of 4.3-5.1%. Metal industry schemes PME and PMT face benefit cuts in 2020Three pension funds – with 2m participants and pensioners in total – faced having to cut benefits next year, DNB said, as their coverage ratio had been short of the minimum required level of 104.2% for five consecutive years.These included the metal and engineering sector pension funds PMT, which runs €77bn of assets, and PME (€50bn).DNB said that three other schemes, with 7.7m members and pensioners in total, could be forced to reduce payments in 2021 if their coverage ratios were still insufficient at the end of 2020.Unavoidable cuts can be spread out over a 10-year period under Dutch rules.Common features of underfunded pension funds, according to DNB, included contributions that covered no more than 75% of liabilities, and a low interest rate hedging position. The average level of interest rate hedge across the schemes analysed by DNB was 31% of liabilities.Poorly funded schemes also had a relatively high exposure to listed equities (57% on average), according to the supervisor – including, for example, the €431bn civil service scheme ABP, the largest pension fund in the Netherlands.According to DNB, the opposite was the case for well-funded pension funds, which were often company schemes. Their contribution levels covered 108% of liabilities on average, while their interest hedges averaged 72% and equity allocation averaged 38%.However, this could also be down to these schemes’ high funding levels, as well-funded pension funds tended to reduce investment risks.