Lettuce Announces Special Limited Admission Movie Premiere And Q & A In NYC

first_imgFollowing the exciting announcement of a forthcoming documentary chronicling Lettuce’s explosion on the funk scene, titled Let Us Play, Live for Live Music and Lettuce are thrilled to reveal that we will be hosting a limited admission screening of the film’s premiere, followed by a Q & A with the band, at the stunning Anjelika Theater in NYC. Attendees of this once in a lifetime experience will also receive a digital download of their new album Crush, due out November 6th, as well as a signed limited edition movie poster. The premiere will take place on Tuesday, November 17th at 8 PM, following a massive two-night hometown run at NYC’s PlayStation Theater 11/13-14. Less than 100 tickets are available for the movie premiere here.Directed by Jay Sansone of Human Being Media and produced by Live for Live Music founder Kunj Shah, the 35-minute film merges footage from live sets, recording sessions, interviews, and candid scenes from the road. Filmed over a six-month period, the footage chronicles the mechanics of improvisation and the artistry behind making a funk record. Viewers will get an in-depth diagnosis of the band, who they are as artists, how they work together and use their ridiculous expertise to come up with funk music.WHEN: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PMWHERE: Angelika – 18 West Houston Street New York, NY 10012Purchase tickets here.In the meantime, check out the trailer for Let Us Play below.last_img read more

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Medical Copter Lacked Two Safety Upgrades

first_imgThe Med Flight helicopter from the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics crashed into a bluff minutes after takeoff Saturday night from La Crosse, killing all three crew members aboard. The National Transportation Safety Board has recommended that air medical helicopters be equipped with night vision goggles and terrain avoidance systems. Air Methods Corp., the Colorado company that leased the UW Hospital’s two American Eurocopter EC135 helicopters, said the company had embraced the technology, but only about 40% of its 330 aircraft had received the equipment updates. Air Methods’ Todd said Lipperer had logged about 3,000 flight hours in roto-wing aircraft. He was using a visual flight plan, which was common, said Mike Allen, senior vice president of hospital-based services for Air Methods. “The fact they did not yet have this equipment did not compromise their ability to perform these missions safely, but indeed we believe that we can further enhance the safety overall within the air medical industry by having these technologies embraced as soon as we can get them procured,” Todd said. He said he could not determine whether the equipment would have helped in this situation. NTSB investigators will check maintenance records, the pilot’s logbook and medical records, examine the wreckage and talk to witnesses who reported hearing a helicopter nearby. Journal Sentinel reporters Stacy Forster reported for this story in Madison and Meg Jones in Milwaukee. On Monday, NTSB investigators were on the scene of the crash on a wooded bluff where wreckage found Sunday morning was scattered 600 feet downhill of the impact point in the Town of Medary, a few miles east of La Crosse and Onalaska. The helicopter’s tail was broken off from the fuselage in the crash, and much of the aircraft was fragmented. Killed in the crash were physician Darren Bean; nurse Mark Coyne; and pilot Steve Lipperer. Todd said the equipment is difficult to procure, which has slowed down updates; he said night vision goggles are in high demand by the U.S. government. Later this week, the pieces will be transported to a hangar at La Crosse Municipal Airport for further investigation, said Keith Holloway, an NTSB public affairs officer. The equipment costs about $100,000, Todd said. The UW Hospital’s helicopters were not among those that had been retrofitted, said Aaron Todd, chief executive officer of Air Methods. UW Hospital Med Flight helicopters do not carry flight data or cockpit voice recorders, known as black boxes, and are not required to do so, Holloway said. No radar information was available since the helicopter most likely didn’t reach a high enough altitude to show up on radar before it crashed, Holloway said. The Med Flight helicopter lifted off from the La Crosse airport after refueling Saturday night. The air traffic control tower was closed at the time of the accident, so there’s no air traffic information to check. It will likely take months for the NTSB to determine the cause of the crash and release its findings. Hospital officials said they were touched by the outpouring of support they had received from within the hospital and from the community. Employees Monday wore blue and red ribbons in honor of the crash victims, and the hospital and clinics observed a moment of silence at 3:30 p.m. MADISON, Wis. — The company that operated the medical helicopter that crashed near La Crosse is updating its fleet with the latest safety equipment but had not retrofitted that aircraft, officials said Monday.last_img read more

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Patient Dies in West Virginia Ambulance Rollover

WDTV – The Marion County Rescue Squad has released a statement following the accident Monday afternoon. The following is the statement in full:   “Today, one of our ambulances was involved in an accident while transporting a patient. All four of the MCRS employees onboard were injured, with two being taken to Ruby Memorial Hospital and two to Fairmont Regional Medical Center.   The accident investigation is being conducted by the Marion County Sheriff’s Department and the West Virginia State Police.   MCRS wishes to extend our heartfelt sympathies to all involved, as well as their families. We extend our appreciation to all who assisted at the scene, to include the Barrackville, Farmington and Fairmont Fire Departments, Monongalia EMS, Harrison and Taylor County Emergency Squads, Marion County Homeland Security Director Chris McIntire and HealthNet Aeromedical Services.” read more

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Excise arrests skyrocket on electric gameday

first_imgAs the Indiana State Excise Police continue their Intensified College Enforcement (ICE) initiative in South Bend, their officers made more than 14 times as many arrests during the Michigan game weekend than the first home football weekend against Purdue. Excise officers arrested 72 individuals on 99 charges Friday and Saturday, according to a press release issued by public information officer Corporal Travis Thickstun this week. The officers arrested five people on nine charges during the home football game against Purdue on Sept. 8. On Friday, excise officers arrested 31 people on 46 charges, the release stated. Those arrests included 18 adults who were furnishing alcohol to a minor. During tailgating around campus Saturday, officers arrested 41 people on 53 charges. Notre Dame Security Police (NDSP) also reported seven arrests on various charges in the Stadium on Saturday. The majority of the individuals charged by the Excise Police were minors for illegal consumption or possession of alcohol, the release stated. Eight of those 45 individuals charged were less than 18 years old. “Excise officers also cited six minors for possession of false ID,” the release stated. “Two people were arrested for public intoxication, two for resisting law enforcement and one on a drug-related charge.” Other citations included juvenile in possession of tobacco, disorderly conduct, false informing, false government ID and various traffic violations. Student body president Brett Rocheleau said students should be honest and respectful if approached by a police officer. “If anyone gets approached by a police officer, please be respectful and comply,” Rocheleau said. “I know there are some instances where people got tickets for refusing to cooperate or handing over a fake ID.” Student government hosted a safety summit with local and state police officers at the beginning of the school year to inform students about how to interact with law enforcement. Officers from the Excise Police were present at that summit. Rocheleau said he also sent emails to the student body to advise them on staying safe off campus and during game weekends. “From the different stories we heard about the ICE program that they had enacted [at Notre Dame] and seeing that [Indiana University] and [Purdue University] had also been visited by Excise Police, I anticipated them coming to campus, which is why we tried to sort of warn the student body by sending out the emails to every student if they’re underage to watch out for the Excise Police, to make sure they’re being responsible and safe … [and] informing students that if they are underage they should not be consuming alcohol,” he said. The release from Thickstun cited several instances of students who were uncooperative when dealing with excise officers. Thickstun could not be reached for further comment on the weekend’s arrests. “A male juvenile ran from officers as they were speaking with a group of people in the tailgate lots,” the release stated. “He was caught and found to have a [blood alcohol content] of .07 percent. He was cited and was released to his mother after she was cited for furnishing alcohol to a minor. “Another male was arrested after giving a false Pennsylvania driver’s license and other false information to officers. He had a [blood alcohol content] of .16 percent and will face charges for illegal consumption, false informing and possession of false ID.” Rocheleau said Excise officers do not always book individuals into jail when they make arrests. Rather, they issue drinking tickets and citations, though they can issue multiple charges at one time for different offenses. “Excise uses the word ‘arrest’ in terms of a ticket,” Rocheleau said. “While there could have been students incarcerated … a lot of it depends on the circumstances and how the student has been interacting with police.” Indiana State Excise Police, a division of the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission, added Notre Dame to their ICE initiative this year. The new program targets college campuses to reduce underage drinking, and Excise officers also have a presence at five other universities in the state, including Butler University, Indiana University and Purdue University. Rocheleau said the Excise officers will continue to have a presence in the South Bend area, even during the upcoming bye weekend and away game weekends. “They are focused on liquor stores as well as bars,” he said. “They want to make sure that no one underage is going into liquor stores and bars on non-football weekends.” While excise police have upped the number of arrests in the area and reported evasive student behavior during tailgating, Rocheleau said he has heard of only positive interactions between students and South Bend Police Department and St. Joseph County Police Department officers. He encouraged any students with complaints about treatment from police to contact him directly. Rocheleau meets with representatives from those local law enforcement agencies and Excise Police three times each year. “Their message is basically if you’re under the age of 21, you should not be consuming alcohol, going into liquor stores or going into bars,” he said.last_img read more

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2012 Cervelo P5 Mini Site Goes Live, Adds to Speculation

first_imgThe official mini-site for the 2012 Cervelo P5 triathlon bike has just gone live with a whole lotta nothing.Well, maybe a little something…it does strictly say “Triathlon Bike” as opposed to time trial, so we’re betting it leaves the UCI’s 3:1 rule in the transition bag and goes for broke with the aerodynamics.Re-reading the original teaser, there’s mention of  “a new braking system”, which has us wondering if they’ll be putting some hydraulic brakes on their given the anticipated move on their team road bikes with Magura. It would be a much easier upgrade on a tri bike given that the shifters are usually placed on the aero bar ends. Hmmm….The official debut is Wednesday, January 18, and our man Jason is headed overseas tomorrow to cover the full launch. As soon as we’re allowed to post it, look for a full tech rundown and a few choice quotes. Until then, it looks like Cervelo will be posting a few more too-close-to-be-useful images on the 16th and 17th. Head over to P5simplyfaster.com to see for yourself.last_img read more

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Ledyard reports record earnings for third consecutive year

first_img4,061,338 $ 3.85 Common Stock Outstanding 4,756,526 3.98 13,256,991 Non-interest Income (Unaudited) 0.48 886,229 Third consecutive year of record earnings As of12/31/2015 42,889,490 154,821,762 25,590,462 Earnings Per Common Share, diluted $3,443,417 As of12/31/2016 Earnings Per Common Share, basic $ 2,467,494 3,186,278 987,221 1,122,912 18,400,229 Provision for Loan Losses 44,048,423 Net Interest Income $ 1.92 257,140 $ 0.87 Source: HANOVER, N.H.–(BUSINESS WIRE(link is external))– Ledyard Financial Group, Inc 2.21.2017 $5,699,651 3,422,586 Ledyard Financial Group, Inc. Non-performing Assets as a % of Total Assets Non-interest Expense 0 284,231 0 Stockholder’s Equity 12/31/2016 1,047,787 Total Assets $2,670,897 Net Income 10,278,888 27,414,676 FHLB Advances & Other Borrowings Total Risk Based Capital Ratio Total Interest Expense 0.95 401,899,842 12/31/2015 $3,706,817 Total Deposits Total Interest Income 3.87 Tangible Book Value per Share 10,077,883 $ 3.96 Ledyard Financial Advisors revenue exceeded $8 million for the third consecutive year 0 $445,009,796 2,544,132 For the Twelve Months Ended Ledyard National Bank,Vermont Business Magazine Ledyard Financial Group, Inc (ticker symbol LFGP), the holding company for Ledyard National Bank with a presence in Vermont, has reported record earnings for 2016 of $4,128,419, a 2% improvement over 2015. Net income for the quarter ended December 31, 2016, was $987,221 or $0.95 per share compared to $886,229 or $0.87 per share for the same period in 2015, an increase of $110,992 or 11%. This increase was primarily due to the improving environment for our two primary businesses, banking and wealth management. Net income for the twelve months ended December 31, 2016 was $4,128,419 or $3.98 per share compared to $4,061,338 or $3.96 per share for the same period in 2015, an increase of $68,025 or 2%.Additional highlights for the year include: 4,525,263 $ 0.48 $42.81 Investments 0 13.40% 2,425,691 289,166,831 894,453 14.58% 4,128,419 28,364 $ 0.84 Loans Receivable, net $14,379,903 373,070,889 Selected Financial Highlights Treasury Shares Total revenue increased to $23.5 million, also a new record 17,731,105 1,028,780 $475,052,410 $1.92 For the Three Months Ended Allowance for Loan Losses Dividends Per Common Share 12/31/2016 12/31/2015 2.06% 0.92 Non-performing Assets 0.56% 12,827,091 143,306,148 The Company achieved ROA of 0.89% and ROE of 9.10% for the yearTotal revenue for the quarter ended December 31, 2016, was $5,966,718 compared to $5,611,969 for the same period in 2015, for an increase of $354,749 or 6%. Total revenue for the twelve months ended December 31, 2016, was $23,535,879 compared to $22,904,974 for the same period in 2015, an increase of $630,905 or 3%. Net interest income for the quarter ended December 31, 2016, was $3,422,586 compared to $3,186,278 for the same period in 2015, for an increase of $236,308 or 7%. Net interest income for the twelve months ended December 31, 2016, was $13,256,991 compared to $12,827,091 for the same period in 2015, for an increase of $429,900 or 3%.No funds were added to the Allowance during 2016 or during 2015. Net charge-offs for the twelve months ended December 31, 2016, were $6,588, compared to $37,335 for the comparable period in 2015. The total Allowance was $5.7 million at December 31, 2016, and 2015. Total non-performing assets were $2.67 million at December 31, 2016, compared to $2.47 million for the same period in 2015.Ledyard Financial Advisors, a division of Ledyard National Bank, reported revenue for the quarter ended December 31, 2016, of $2,103,396 compared to $2,054,714 for the same period in 2015, an increase of $48,682 or 2%. Revenue for the twelve months ended December 31, 2016, was $8,314,869 compared to $8,437,281, for the same period in 2015, for a decrease of $122,413 or 1%. Assets under management and custody at Ledyard Financial Advisors totaled approximately $1.157 billion as of December 31, 2016, an increase of approximately $87 million over the prior year.Non-interest expense for the quarter ended December 31, 2016, was $4,756,526 compared to $4,525,263 for the same period in 2015, an increase of $231,263 or 5%. Non-interest expense for the twelve months ended December 31, 2016, was $18,400,229 compared to $17,731,105 for the same period in 2015, for an increase of $669,124 or 4%.At December 31, 2016, the Company’s shareholders’ equity stood at $42.9 million, compared to $44 million for the same period in 2015. All of the Company’s capital ratios are well in excess of the amount required by the Federal Reserve for a bank holding company to be considered “well capitalized.” At December 31, 2016, the Company’s book value per share stood at $40.93 compared to $42.81 for the same period in 2015.Loans, net of the allowance for loan losses at December 31, 2016, were $289.2 million, compared to $270.9 million for the same period last year, for an increase of $18.2 million. Total deposits at December 31, 2016 were $401.9 million, an increase of $28.8 million from the same period last year. Total assets of the Company were $475.1 million at December 31, 2016, an increase of $30 million over the prior year.On January 27, 2017, the Company announced a regular quarterly dividend of $0.48 per share to be paid on March 3, 2017 to shareholders of record as of February 10, 2017.During the fourth quarter of 2016 the Company had an unprecedented investment opportunity and embarked upon a strategic geographic expansion into Concord, New Hampshire by hiring four experienced wealth management professionals with deep knowledge of the greater Concord area. In the coming year, the Company expects to strategically introduce additional banking products and services to the Concord market complementing the services just launched.Ledyard Financial Group, Inc., headquartered in Hanover, New Hampshire, is the holding company for Ledyard National Bank. Ledyard National Bank, founded in 1991, is a full service community bank offering a broad range of banking, investment, tax and wealth management services in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region. Ledyard National Bank has eight offices with locations in Hanover, Lebanon, Lyme, New London, and West Lebanon, New Hampshire and in Norwich, Vermont. Stock activity information can be found in the “Investor Relations” section of our website, which includes a wealth of other information that Ledyard shareholders and prospective shareholders may find of interest.Ledyard Financial Group, Inc. shares can be bought and sold through the NASD sanctioned “OTC Markets” under the trading symbol LFGP. Shares may be traded through an individual’s broker. For more information, please refer to the “Investor Relations” section of the bank’s website at www.ledyardbank.com(link is external) or contact the Company’s Chief Financial Officer, Gregory D. Steverson. 270,967,025 0.56% Allowance as a % of Total Loans 45,770 $13,721,545 1.93% $5,706,238 $40.93last_img read more

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Phoenix entry-level homes see appreciation

first_imgGood news for folks owning homes priced below $250,000 as they appreciated the most in 2015 between 6 and 12 percent, according to the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University’s most recent housing report.Homes priced in the next tier, $250,000 to $500,000 saw modest appreciation at 2 to 6 percent while homes priced from $500,000 to $2 million appreciated only slightly, according to the report.“Demand at the higher end of the luxury market is the softest we’ve seen in a long time,” said Michael Orr, director of the Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice and author of the report. “I expect this weakness will continue as long as we experience uncertainty in the financial markets worldwide.”Boomerang buyers, prospective home-buyers who are able to re-enter the market after the Great Recession, and Millennials who are looking to enter the housing market for the first time coupled with a week supply helped drive the appreciation of homes under $250,000, Orr said in the report.Many homes in that price range are still being rented out. Few are being released into the market, which could lead to further appreciation in the new year, according to the report.There is a healthier amount of supply and demand for homes priced $250,000 to $500,000, with many new homes built in that price range, which helps to moderate upward pricing pressure. It will likely continue in 2016, Orr said in the report.“The rate of appreciation in the move-up market was far greater than inflation in 2015, but this is not too difficult to achieve given the unusually low level of inflation,” Orr said. “With most commodity prices still falling hard, the odds are strong that mid-range home prices will easily beat inflation once again in 2016.”Additional highlights from the November 2015 report:New single-family permits for Maricopa and Pinal counties will fall between 16,500 and 17,000 for 2015.Canadian demand has dropped dramatically from 1.6 percent to 0.6 percent over the last 12 months.The percentage of residences in Maricopa County sold to owners from outside Arizona was 15.3 percent in November, up from 14.2 percent in October but below the 16.6 percent in November 2014. Buyers are coming primarily from California (4.5 percent), Colorado and Illinois (0.9 percent) as well as Washington (0.8 percent) and Minnesota (0.6 percent).Non-distressed transactions for single-family homes were up 15 percent from one year earlier with investor flips up 39 percent. New home sales were up sharply by 34 percent, distressed transactions fell 19 percent, and reversions to lenders declined by 36 percent compared with figures for November 2014.Single-family home prices moved a little higher in November, particularly for distressed homes. The prices of new homes appear to have declined, but not in terms of average price per square foot. Instead, the average new home got smaller and so its average price declined.Pricing in the townhouse/condo sector moved higher to a greater degree than single-family homes over the past 12 months. Distressed re-sale condos properties have been particularly strong in price, reflecting the low supply at price points below $200,000.Active listing counts (excluding homes under contract) rose less than 1 percent during November but as of December 1, 2015 we still had 13 percent fewer active listings than on December 1, 2014. This shortfall was all at the affordable end of the market and at the higher end we have more supply than last year. Distressed supply was down 39 percent from a year earlier and 6 percent lower than last month.Foreclosure starts on single family and condo homes fell 7 percent between October and November, but were up 8 percent from the unusual low we saw in November 2014. Completed foreclosures on single family and condo homes were down 20 percent from the prior month and down 21 percent from a year earlier.last_img read more

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NEWS SCAN: Reduced-dose polio vaccine, pertussis vaccine ‘cocooning’ strategy

first_img Using reduced dose of inactivated polio vaccine looks promising in infantsVaccinating infants with a reduced dose of inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) induces a priming response and seroconversion, suggesting that this approach could play a role in preventing a return of polio after its global elimination, according to a report today in the New England Journal of Medicine. The article notes that the World Health Organization has a goal of phasing out oral polio vaccines (OPVs) after eradication of wild polioviruses, since OPVs use live attenuated viruses that in rare cases can turn virulent and spread. Posteradication plans include using IPVs, which are injected and cost much more than OPVs. One strategy for lowering the cost of IPV in developing countries is to reduce the size and number of doses. The authors conducted a trial in which 320 Cuban infants were randomly assigned to receive a fractional intradermal dose or a full intramuscular dose of IPV at the ages of 4 and 8 months. After the first dose, seroconversion rates for all three poliovirus types were significantly lower in the fractional-dose group than in the full-dose group. A priming response was defined as the absence of seroconversion after the first dose and a fourfold increase in antibody titer between the time of the second dose and 1 week later. After the second dose, cumulative two-dose seroconversion for virus types 1, 2, and 3 occurred in 93.6%, 98.1%, and 93.0% of the fractional dose recipients, versus 100%, 100%, and 99.4% in the full-dose group. The authors say the findings show that using a single fractional dose of IPV is a “feasible, lower-cost alternative to schedules in which multiple full doses are used.”Jan 31 N Engl J Med report Study finds ‘cocooning’ strategy inefficient where pertussis levels are low”Cocooning” vaccination strategies—in which parents are vaccinated to protect their infants—are inefficient for reducing infant pertussis hospitalizations in areas where the overall incidence of the disease is low, according to new findings from Italian researchers. They estimated the costs and benefits of the strategy in the Piemonte, Italy, region, where incidence dropped to a low of .85 cases per 100,000 population in 2010. Researchers assessed the number needed to vaccinate (NNV) to prevent hospital admission in infants during the most recent epidemic cycle from 2005 to 2010. They found that the NNV was 5,000 to prevent one infant hospitalization. They wrote that their data confirm recent findings from two Canadian provinces that had low pertussis rates in 2010. Cocooning vaccination programs should take into account the epidemiologic pattern of the disease in the region where officials are considering the strategy, they wrote. For example, in the United States, which is experiencing a spike in cases, the national incidence is much higher, at 11.6 per 100,000 persons, according to late November numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that indicate pertussis cases at their highest since 1955. Infants are at greatest risk for getting pertussis, but they can’t get their first dose until they are 2 months old. Health officials recommend protecting babies by vaccinating pregnant women, preferably in their third trimester, and vaccinating infants’ household contacts.Jan 29 Vaccine abstractCDC pertussis vaccine outbreak page Jan 30, 2013last_img read more

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Software . technology: hit ‘enter’ for carbon footprint

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Mayor-Elect Warren Is Youngest Yet

first_imgJesse Warren’s smile was beaming ear to ear as friends, loved ones, and campaign members surrounded him after the Southampton Village election results were announced on Friday night, June 21. The 36-year-old beat out incumbent Michael Irving 450-405 to become the youngest mayor in village history.“We had every party, every group, every age group come out to vote,” said Warren, who’s owned Tenet on Main Street since 2010, and is a member of the village Planning Commission. “Even Southampton High School students came out to vote today. We reached out to every single person in the community, we canvased every single street, and we tried to connect with everyone. This campaign was about being open to everybody and representing everybody, and that’s exactly what I want to do.”There will also be a slew of fresh new faces on the village board. Seeking their first two-year trustee terms were Mark Parash, Andrew Pilaro, and Joseph McLoughlin, looking to fill the shoes of longtime board members Nancy McGann and Bill Hattrick who had opted not to run again. Parash, a lifelong resident and owner of Sip ’n’ Soda luncheonette, won over voters with 643 backers, while Pilaro, the president of CAP Properties Limited, a family-operated investment firm, edged out McLoughlin 443-433 for the second seat. McLoughlin, also a lifelong resident, and the youngest of the group to run, at 29 years old, is also a member of the Planning Commission.Irving, who had served as mayor the last two years, and was a trustee for over 10 years prior, said he can’t argue with what the people want.“In any election, it’s the people of the community that are speaking, and they feel he can do a better job,” the incumbent said. “It’s been a lot of work — a tremendous amount of work — but it’s been an absolute honor to serve the village.”He laughed when saying he’s looking forward to taking a break, adding the best part is he can now go to the grocery store without getting stopped in every aisle. Irving said he does not plan to seek office in the future. For Warren though, it’s right to work. “There’s a lot that needs to get done,” Warren said. “I feel extremely honored to be elected and honored to have the opportunity to serve every single resident and every single stakeholder and person in this village. I could not be happier. I’m looking forward to getting to work, working hard, and bringing forward some of the needed change to Southampton Village; working with everybody and being extremely inclusive to get that done.”[email protected] Jesse Warren is congratulated by family, friends, and campaign members following the announcement of his 450-405 win over incumbent Michael Irving for Southampton Village mayor. Joe McLoughlin in 2019center_img Sharelast_img read more

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