爱上海,上海龙凤419,上海419论坛 – Powered by Coral Miller!

Amateurs boxers in international fights at Olympia Crown on Saturday

Posted on by

first_imgJamaica’s amateur boxers will go up against a six-man contingent from the British Virgin Islands (BVI) on Saturday in a show that has been arranged by the Jamaica Boxing Board, in association with the Olympia Crown Hotel, Molynes Road.There will be six international and two local bouts on the card, and fight time is 8 p.m.The team of six boxers from the BVI is coached by Jamaican Julan Brown, who heads the boxing programme there. The full team is Andrew Lettsome 20, heavyweight (195); Elton Leonard, 21, light heavyweight (175); Elton King Leonard, 20, middleweight (160); Tyriq Isles, 23, welterweight (155); Romario Morgan, 19, light welterweight (139) and Dmoi Martin, 17, flyweight (115).Lettsome and Isles arrived in the island yesterday, accompanied by team manager David Penn. The other boxers will arrive tomorrow. The Boxing Board stated yesterday that this card is part of its development programme and is designed to give Jamaica’s amateurs competition involving other teams from the region.The plan is that over the next several months, Jamaica will engage in team tournaments, so as to keep the young amateurs busy.last_img read more

Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , .

Application for multifamily housing unit in Charlie Lake denied

Posted on by

first_img“All of the surrounding properties are single family homes. The idea of rental properties will increase the transient people which could increase crime and traffic. Where will the children play, people go for a walk?”Read more of the letters here. (The letters sent to the PRRD start on page 151.)The proposal would have increased the local population by as much as 48 people, and brought about 34 more vehicles to the town, had it gone through.The property on which the rental units would be built was on Park Frontage Road, near Charlie Lake Crescent and Palm Avenue.Advertisement An application to accommodate 17 rental units by rezoning a lot in Charlie Lake has been refused by the Peace River Regional District, due to public opposition.The new property would have been made up of five separate buildings: one duplex, one three-plex, and three four-plexes.A public hearing on September 30th saw many different letters of input from residents opposed this development – many because they feel they weren’t given notice about the project happening.- Advertisement -Concerns were raised about this move bringing urbanization to Charlie Lake, among other matters.“We made the choice to move out to Charlie Lake to get away from the crowded nature of town life to enjoy the quieter, peaceful setting of living out of town. We live on a dead end road with all parcels of property being just under 5 acres.”“We are also very concerned about the safety of accessing Hwy 97 from Park Frontage across from Spectra Energy. It is already a nightmare to get on to the extremely busy highway at that intersection. In order to get on the highway to go to Fort St. John, we have to cross two lanes of traffic, which are usually racing up the hill, as well as contend with vehicles that are turning into Spectra Energy. Adding an influx of 17 plus vehicles entering and exiting this intersection daily would be suicidal.”Advertisementlast_img read more

Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , .