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https://plus.google.com/109127778744513322258 Joe Hova : INTERVIEW | "Hov's Lane" with @GarrottOdom The interview’s stay moving and hopefully I can keep them...
INTERVIEW | "Hov's Lane" with @GarrottOdom

The interview’s stay moving and hopefully I can keep them going for a weekly or bi-weekly thing now. On this episode of “Hov’s Lane” I talk to Clayton County native Garrott Odom. Garrott’s The Power of 3 project dropped recently so we discuss that along…
INTERVIEW | "Hov's Lane" with @GarrottOdom
The interview's stay moving and hopefully I can keep them going for a weekly or bi-weekly thing now. On this episode of "Hov's Lane" I talk to Clayton County native Garrott Odom. Garrott's The Powe...
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https://plus.google.com/117380022609585828327 Hamilton News : Child ejected from minivan in crash at intersection A child sitting in an unsecured child safety seat...
Child ejected from minivan in crash at intersection

A child sitting in an unsecured child safety seat was ejected through the side window of a minivan when it was struck by a car at the intersection of Wicoff Street and Roosevelt Boulevard this morning, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol. The child managed to survive the ejection with non-life threatening injuries, despite being thrown 25 feet from the Dodge minivan, said Sgt. Tom Bloomberg, of the Hamilton post of the OSP. Bloomberg said a car traveling westbound on Roosevelt crashed into the minivan as it was entering the intersection at about 10:45 a.m. The impact sent the minivan spinning, and the child, whose age and gender is not known and who was sitting in a child safety seat in the middle of the backseat, was ejected through the left passenger side window. Bloomberg said the child was not properly secured. The driver of the car, whose name has not yet been released, suffered minor injuries, according to the OSP. He told troopers that he was going under 45 mph at the time of the crash. Bloomberg said one of the cars may have run a red light. The accident remains under investigation. This story will be updated as more information becomes available. comment(1) More News  From Our News Partners 7 ways to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday today The ‘Terminator’ has a message for the man who killed Cecil the lion How low will they go? The price of gas is dropping and it could go lower Caught on camera: SUV drives wrong way in HOV lane 10 things to know about Friday’s blue moon Hot topics marimo.emit(‘writecapture26318927_ready’); marimo.add_widget({“wc_compatibility_mode”: false, “html”: ” $NEWLINE$NEWLINE$NEWLINE View AllTop Jobs$NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE
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https://plus.google.com/117380022609585828327 Hamilton News : 18 States Where You Can Do Your Back-to-School Shopping Tax-Free Time to sharpen your pencils, shoppers...
18 States Where You Can Do Your Back-to-School Shopping Tax-Free

Time to sharpen your pencils, shoppers. Not only are parents shopping for back-to-school needs early and comparing prices, they might want to also try to figure out on which days they want to buy. Eighteen states have tax holidays that can help back-to-school shoppers stretch their money — and for shoppers in Georgia and Mississippi, the tax savings start Friday and end Saturday. Retailers love the tax-free days, because they draw shoppers in. But tax holidays have been criticized as the triumph of good politics over good policy; in fact, last year North Carolina eliminated its tax-free shopping days in favor of a tax cut. >> Read more trending stories   Still, if you’re shopping for back to school, the savings may be worth considering. But, as when shopping with any discount available, it’s still important to remember that spending more than you would otherwise because you are “saving” so much doesn’t really save you anything. Still, if you are buying bookbags, paper, calculators and other supplies on your state’s list of tax-free items, your savings could be significant, depending on how high your state taxes are and how much you spend. If you’re buying a laptop, or if multiple children need new shoes, timing your purchase for tax-free days could be worth it. Here are some tips for making the most of the tax-free days. 1. Carefully read through your state’s listing of what will be tax-free and make sure you understand the rules. Most states have maximum prices for clothes, for example. You might discover that shoes costing $99 are tax-exempt, but those over $100 are not. 2. Make a list. What do you need, really? Many discount stores post lists of what’s required by various schools. Check a list before you go shopping to see what you already have (or what your child might use as a hand-me-down). Paying no tax on something you didn’t actually need to buy isn’t saving. 3. Look at ads and check out loss leaders. If crayons or glue are going for a penny, think about buying some. Those things run out, and a fresh supply will be welcome. (Remember how good brand-new crayons felt in your hand?) Those can also be purchased to donate later. You don’t need a tax holiday to do this, either. 4. Have a budget. Know what you expect to pay, and have an idea of what things should cost before you go. Tax-free isn’t the best deal if you find the same item at a clearance price elsewhere. Be educated about prices, and remember what you can afford and what you planned to spend. 5. Know how you are going to pay. When you’re not paying cash, it’s easy to forget how much you have spent. It can be helpful to think it through ahead of time rather than reach into your wallet and try to figure out which credit card makes the most sense while someone is waiting impatiently in line behind you. The card can matter because if you plan to pay off your balance immediately, you may want to choose a card that gives you maximum cash-back rewards, for example. In a case of rotating categories that earn cash-back bonuses, you may want to check those categories before you shop. For example, Chase Freedom has 5% cash-back categories, but they rotate each quarter, so you’ll need to double-check the rewards calendar to make the most of your cash-back bonuses. If you’re trying to build or rebuild credit, pay attention to your cards’ balances relative to credit limit, and choose a card with “room” for your purchases. (If you know where you’ll shop, you may be able to save a bit more by buying a discounted gift card ahead of time from GiftCardGranny, Raise or similar services.) Be careful not to let school expenses pull your finances off track, particularly as we move toward the end of the year, which tends to be associated with higher spending. It’s good to keep in mind that when you decide last year’s bookbag will suffice until backpacks go on sale, and make it a priority to keep your credit healthy (and you can get a free credit report summary on Credit.com), you’re contributing to your kids’ financial education. And, hopefully, that will last even longer than a laptop. Alabama – Aug. 7-9 Arkansas – Aug. 1-2 Connecticut – Aug. 16-22 Florida – Aug. 7-16 Georgia – July 31-Aug. 1 Iowa – Aug. 7-8 Louisiana – Aug. 7-8 Maryland – Aug. 9-15 Massachusetts – Aug. 15-16 Mississippi – July 31-Aug. 1 Missouri – Aug. 7-9 New Mexico – Aug. 7-9 Ohio – Aug. 7-9 Oklahoma – Aug. 7-9 South Carolina – Aug. 7-9 Tennessee – Aug. 7-9 Texas – Aug.7-9 Virginia – Aug. 7-9 More News  From Our News Partners 7 ways to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday today The ‘Terminator’ has a message for the man who killed Cecil the lion How low will they go? 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Lemon Twp. plans police levy for November election

Lemon Twp. trustees will hold a special meeting at 9 a.m. Saturday for the purpose of placing a tax levy on the Nov. 3 general election ballot. Trustee Joe Routson said the board of trustees plans to place a five-year, 3 mill public safety levy for police services on the November ballot and need the special meeting to approve the resolution before the Aug. 5 deadline for placing items on the ballot. The meeting will be held at 3839 Northbrook Lane. comment(1) More News  From Our News Partners 7 ways to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday today The ‘Terminator’ has a message for the man who killed Cecil the lion How low will they go? The price of gas is dropping and it could go lower Caught on camera: SUV drives wrong way in HOV lane 10 things to know about Friday’s blue moon Hot topics marimo.emit(‘writecapture75218152_ready’); marimo.add_widget({“wc_compatibility_mode”: false, “html”: ” $NEWLINE$NEWLINE$NEWLINE View AllTop Jobs$NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE
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https://plus.google.com/117380022609585828327 Hamilton News : SPONSORED: Common knee injuries for fall athletes This fall will mean the start of another sports season...
SPONSORED: Common knee injuries for fall athletes

This fall will mean the start of another sports season for hundreds of young athletes in the Cincinnati area. The more active, however, the more susceptible your young athlete is to injury. The most minor of common knee injuries, other than sprains, are meniscus tears. Soccer and football players should be especially aware as they are one of the most frequent injuries among the sport. According to Krista Migliore D.O., an Orthopedic Surgeon at Fort Hamilton Hospital, who trained with the Indianapolis Colts in sports medicine, here’s what you need to know about meniscus tears: Meniscus is the cartilage around the knee that acts as a cushion to the knee joint Meniscus tears usually happen when someone is doing a twisting or pivoting motion Meniscus tears don’t always swell like an ACL injury, and patients tend to go about their lives which can cause additional tearing Meniscus tears will not go away on their own “If you continue to do athletic activities with a meniscus injury, you can actually make the tear worse. Because the meniscus acts as a shock absorber or cushion, it’s important that you seek treatment right away to prevent arthritic changes in your knee.” says Dr. Migliore One of the most effective ways to treat a meniscus injury is with a knee arthroscopy. It’s a surgery that uses a small camera to look inside the knee. The surgeon will then find the problem, and make the proper incisions. Learn more about how to keep yourself active from the professionals at Kettering Health Network. More News  From Our News Partners 7 ways to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday today The ‘Terminator’ has a message for the man who killed Cecil the lion How low will they go? The price of gas is dropping and it could go lower Caught on camera: SUV drives wrong way in HOV lane 10 things to know about Friday’s blue moon Hot topics marimo.emit(‘writecapture40198615_ready’); marimo.add_widget({“wc_compatibility_mode”: false, “html”: ” $NEWLINE$NEWLINE$NEWLINE View AllTop Jobs$NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE
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https://plus.google.com/108596892956699849421 Andrew Mitcham : In response to +Christof Spieler 's opinion piece in the Houston Chronicle column Grey Matters +Lisa...
In response to +Christof Spieler 's opinion piece in the Houston Chronicle column Grey Matters +Lisa Gray  (http://www.houstonchronicle.com/local/gray-matters/article/Making-transit-work-in-Houston-6414875.php?t=61b5dbea2f438d9cbb&cmpid=twitter-premium):

Mr. Spieler,

I tend to agree with a lot that you have to say in your opinion piece. I'm considered a Millennial (pushing the upper limits of that) and when I started looking for my first home, commute time to work and back was pretty close to the top factor in deciding where to live. Despite living outside the loop on the terror that is Hwy. 290, my commute to work downtown and back is a pleasant 20-25 minutes each way thanks to the METRO Park & Ride and Commuter Bus system. It has saved me literally days, maybe even weeks, of time otherwise wasted sitting in soul-crushing traffic that gets worse every year and, let's be honest, will not improve much even after the multi-billion dollar expansion of Hwy. 290. I'm sort of an evangelist of the system to my friends and peers who don't want to drop $500,000+ on a townhouse in the Heights or Midtown when they choose to start a family.

The first point you make is to put transit where lots of people are. I could not agree more, except you mention "single family suburban development has less than 3,000 people and jobs per square mile". While I won't argue with that fact, and it is a fact, those same suburbs are the largest source of automobiles on Houston's highways during peak commuter times. You go on to say Houston's urban core is "the [area] where new transit will get the most ridership". I respectfully disagree. METRO's new target should the source of the problem; and that problem is automobiles from the suburbs.

I have watched the METRO LRT system expand and I've followed the comprehensive planning process for the new bus system. I'm not here to argue that those are not important investments, but I can't help but wonder as a commuter from the suburbs why METRO consistently treats the Park & Ride and Commuter Bus system as a low priority. You lament to some degree the car-centric nature of Houston, yet fail to address the source of all the cars on the freeways: the suburbs. If you want to take cars off the road, you have to widely serve the place where those cars flood in from. As much as urban planners would love it if we all lived in a utopia of inner-loop high-density housing, this is just unrealistic for reasons I won't get into because that's not what I'm writing about. If METRO wants to accomplish its goals of higher ridership, reduced traffic congestion, and retain it's new reputation for fiscal responsibility, the Park & Ride and Commuter Bus system must be METRO's next target for comprehensive improvements.

The Park & Ride and Commuter Bus system turned this public transit skeptic into a public transit advocate. METRO is missing out on more avid supporters by continuing to allow this system to languish in the 1980's... which seems to be the last time anyone set foot inside the security shack at the Park & Ride I frequent (there are years and years worth of phone books piled at the door decomposing).

Short term, METRO needs to:

-Repair or replace aging commuter buses. While the new buses are fantastic, the majority of them are old and have various issues such as seats that no longer recline (tall people like me and people who like to nap on the bus hate that), A/C vents stuck open on full blast (I wore a sweater on the bus today... an extreme heat advisory day), dripping condensation, out-of-sync stop announcements, and a lack of GPS tracking on some buses, rendering the METRO T.R.I.P. smartphone app useless.

-Improve signage at the Park & Ride lots for carpoolers attempting to enter the HOV lane. Right now, it is a maze of confusing signage and I frequently see new carpoolers go in circles around the lot trying to figure out just where the entrance is. If you don't believe me, go check out the Kuykendahl P&R on I-45 North, get in a car with someone who has never been there, and ask them to get on the HOV lane. They won't make it without doing a few laps in confusion.

-Improve parking at the Park & Ride lots. It is absolutely criminal that it took METRO this long to address the overcrowded Grand Parkway Park & Ride lot. While spending all of it's attention on the new LRT lines, METRO ignored actual paying riders begging for relief. It is also equally criminal that the new parking garage for that lot may be tolled as well. This is not the way to increase ridership and goodwill.

-Improve security at the Park & Ride lots. Car break-ins are frequent enough that I just leave my car unlocked so that a thief can figure out I don't have anything worth stealing without breaking my windows.

-Advertise and publicize the system. Currently, the METRO website prominently features the light rail lines and the new bus system. Information about "one of the most successful suburban commuter bus systems in the country", as you put it, is buried several clicks into the site.

Medium term, METRO needs to:

-Address the downtown-centric model of the Commuter Bus system, just as it did so well for the local bus system. Data from Houston Tomorrow, the organization where your article was first posted, shows that 3 out of 4 jobs in the region are clustered in about 25 different job centers (Source: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/real-estate/article/Region-grows-around-scattered-employment-centers-5444079.php). The METRO Commuter Bus system would benefit greatly if each Transit Center bordering the I-610 loop had a direct shuttle to the top 5 or so employment centers; not just downtown. That would open up to a majority of commuters the option to take "hybrid" public transportation: drive a short distance from home to a Park & Ride lot, take a comfy commuter bus to a Transit Center, then transfer one-time to an equally-comfy direct shuttle.

-Lobby TxDOT to improve access to HOV lanes and advocate for multi-lane HOV right-of-ways to be included in any highway expansion. I cannot tell you how frustrating it is that even after Highway 290's current expansion is completed, the HOV lane will remain only 1 lane. METRO needed to take a bigger role in lobbying for a multi-lane solution even after HCTRA terminated it's partnership. The right-of-way was still there, but car-happy TxDOT forfeited two of the planned HOV lanes back to the mainlanes, thereby solving absolutely nothing.

Increasing ridership, reducing congestion, turning skeptics into advocates, and making Houston's roads safer. All at a fraction of the cost of a new LRT line. Please make this system the target of METRO's next big effort.

Respectfully,

Andrew Mitcham
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Suspected burglar arrested after falling through south Tulsa…

Police said they caught a suspected thief hiding in the attic of a Tulsa home. Roy Pilkington was arrested for burglary and identity theft. An ambulance had to be called because police said Pilkington fell through the attic floor as police were trying to take him into custody. The victim told police it was surveillance footage on his phone that tipped him off that someone was at his house. Neighbors also noticed a white van out front. According to the police report, the van was actually a rented U-Haul that Pilkington drove to the home. Neighbor Paige Weitkamp said her mother saw officers approach the suspicious vehicle. “The police were unloading the van and carrying stuff back inside. Then a tow truck showed up and took the van off,” Weitkamp said. Police also found three fake driver’s licenses on Pilkington. He was also wanted on accusations of drug trafficking. Teen killed in horse accident giving life to other children Audit finds millionaire living in public housing Micropreemie beats odds, finally goes home after nearly a year in hospital Office of dentist accused of killing Cecil the Lion becomes makeshift memorial 911 operator hangs up CPR giver as teenager dies More popular and trending stories More News  From Our News Partners 7 ways to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday today The ‘Terminator’ has a message for the man who killed Cecil the lion How low will they go? The price of gas is dropping and it could go lower Caught on camera: SUV drives wrong way in HOV lane 10 things to know about Friday’s blue moon Hot topics marimo.emit(‘writecapture27269426_ready’); marimo.add_widget({“wc_compatibility_mode”: false, “html”: ” $NEWLINE$NEWLINE$NEWLINE View AllTop Jobs$NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE
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News Update: The Toronto police Pan-Am HOV-lane bounty: 1735 tickets x $110 fine = $190850 ... - National Post
The Toronto police Pan-Am HOV-lane bounty: 1735 tickets x $110 fine = $190850 … - National Post
National Post The Toronto police Pan-Am HOV-lane bounty: 1735 tickets x $110 fine = $190850 … National Post Police issued 1,735 tickets to drivers improperly using Pan Am high-occupancy vehicle lanes, it was revealed Thursday. Those $110 tickets — most of them for driving in the HOV lane with fewer than three passengers — mean the province stands to gain … Police issue 1735 HOV tickets during Pan AmsToronto Star Police issued more than 1700 tic...
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Could HOV lane fines affect your credit score?
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