BLM seeks public comment on EA for Ragged Ridge oil well

first_img BLM seeks public comment on EA for new oil well. (Credit: skeeze from Pixabay) The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Tonopah Field Office, Battle Mountain District, is asking the public to review and provide input on an Environmental Assessment that analyzes an application by Kebo Oil and Gas Inc. to drill an exploratory oil well, Ragged Ridge Federal No.1. The proposed drill site is approximately seven miles south of Currant in Railroad Valley, Nevada.This announcement begins a 30-day comment period ending July 25, 2020. The proposal includes an on-lease access road, well pad and reserve pit construction. The maximum area of surface disturbance on the lease would be 3.7 acres.“We encourage every community member to take some time to read and comment on this EA,” said Perry Wickham, Tonopah Field Office Manager. “Every public comment will be addressed and helps make sure we’re looking at this from every angle.” Source: Company Press Release The maximum area of surface disturbance on the lease would be 3.7 acreslast_img read more

Housekeeper I

first_imgPosting Date03/18/2021 TitleHousekeeper I Applications Accepted Until Education/Skills Requirements Bowdoin embraces diversity in all forms, and the College is home totalented students, faculty and staff—with a variety of racial,ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds; religious beliefs;and gender identities, among other factors.We encourage applications from candidates committed to the supportof an inclusive campus community and those who will enrich andcontribute to the College’s multifaceted diversity. We value acommunity in which individuals of all backgrounds are warmlywelcomed and encouraged to succeed.Founded in 1794, Bowdoin has maintained its commitment to theliberal arts for well over 200 years. Bowdoin’s reputation as apreeminent liberal arts college rests on the excellence of itsfaculty, students, and staff; intimate size; strong sense ofcommunity; and connections to the people, history, and naturalbeauty of Maine.Bowdoin’s campus is situated in a beautiful natural setting.Located in Brunswick, Maine, a town of approximately 20,000, theCollege is a short drive from the Maine coast, twenty-five milesfrom Portland and 120 miles from Boston. Bowdoin has taken important safety measures during COVID -19. Staffare tested for COVID -19 twice a week, barriers have been put inplace where necessary and all CDC protocols are followed. We haveincreased disinfecting protocols and immediate response to anyCOVID -19 cases are currently outsourced. Learn more about all ofour important safety measures here: position is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness andcondition standards of the College’s buildings and immediategrounds. Open Until FilledNo Background Check Package RequirementsSupport Staff DepartmentFM – Housekeeping Experience Requirements and/or Equivalents FTE1.00 Fri-Tues 7am-3:30 pm. Special events and coverage issues mayrequire overtime hours, including weekends and holidays. Is a pre-placement physical required for this position?Yes Standard Work Days and Hours Posting Details Benefits EligibleYes Posting NumberS00702JP About Bowdoin Is driving a vehicle (e.g. Bowdoin vehicle or off road vehicle,rental car, personal car) an essential function of this job?No Type of PostingInternal/External Pay TypeHourly ShiftFirst Shift Employment CategoryFull Time Year Round Special Instructions to Applicants Six months of related experience at an institution of highereducation or similar environment preferred. If you answered Employee Referral or Other, please specifyhere:(Open Ended Question) Job Summary EEO Information Some High School education required; High School Diploma or GEDpreferred. Ability to read, write and understand the written word,and perform basic mathematical computations. Demonstrated excellentcustomer service skills. Ability to communicate and relate wellwith a variety of people both on and off campus. Ability to worksuccessfully both independently and in a team with minimumsupervision. Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * How did you hear about this position?Indeed.comChronicle of Higher EducationDiverse Issues in Higher EdFacebookGlassdoorGoogle SearchHigherEdJobs.comInsideHigherEd.comLinkedInTwitterMANPMaine Job LinkLiveandWorkinMaine.comEmployee ReferralBowdoin College WebsiteRadio AdTechMaineNCAACASEOther Bowdoin College complies with applicable provisions of federal andstate laws that prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment,admission, or access to its educational or extracurricularprograms, activities, or facilities based on race, color,ethnicity, ancestry and national origin, religion, sex, sexualorientation, gender identity and/or expression, age, maritalstatus, place of birth, genetic predisposition, veteran status, oragainst qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilitieson the basis of disability, or any other legally protectedstatuses. Applicant DocumentsRequired Documents Optional DocumentsResume / Curriculum Vitaelast_img read more

Cheikhou Kouyate says West Ham have to keep working hard

first_img The Irons were seconds away from suffering a third home defeat in four league games when they trailed Norwich 2-1 deep into stoppage time. However, a free-kick from Dimitri Payet resulted in a scramble in the six-yard box following John Ruddy’s deflected punch-out before Kouyate lashed the loose ball home as Upton Park erupted. Slaven Bilic’s men remain in third place, above Arsenal on goal difference. West Ham have two away matches next, at struggling Sunderland and then London rivals Crystal Palace, where they will look to follow on from victories at the Emirates Stadium, Anfield and Manchester City. Bilic highlighted the need for his players to match the energy of teams like Norwich, who had taken an early lead through Robbie Blake before Diafra Sakho levelled and then looked to have snatched a late winner following a fine strike by substitute Nathan Redmond. It is an approach Senegal international Kouyate wants everyone to take on board. “All the players wanted to win the game, but it was a very difficult game. Norwich played well and with very good organisation,” Kouyate said on West Ham TV. “Third (place) is not bad. We just need to keep working hard. “We need to stay humble, work hard and go to Sunderland to battle for the points. “I know Sunderland have not had good results (so far this season), but this is a very dangerous match.” Press Association Norwich, who had not won at the Boleyn Ground since 1989, are now unbeaten in three Premier League matches as they aim to re-establish themselves back in the top flight having come up through the play-offs. With on loan West Ham winger Matt Jarvis not available, Norwich manager Alex Neil rejigged his starting XI at Upton Park, pushing Brady into a more attacking role on the left in front of Sweden international Martin Olsson. The 23-year-old Republic of Ireland international, a summer signing from Hull, made the most of his opportunity, latching onto a stray pass from Irons skipper Mark Noble to put Norwich ahead on nine minutes. While the Canaries were disappointed not to have been able to hold on following Redmond’s fine strike with just seven minutes left, Brady is confident they have enough to compete at this level. “It keeps our good run going, but it is frustrating at the same time,” Brady told Norwich City TV. “It is obviously good to take a point from places like this and Anfield (last week). Hopefully we can keep picking up results to get ourselves safe. “The lads were excellent, so if we can iron out the mistakes then we will be fine.” Midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate knows West Ham cannot allow their work-rate to drop if they are to build on a positive start to the Barclays Premier League season. last_img read more

Pittsburgh reaches agreement with Big East to leave for ACC in 2013

first_img Published on July 18, 2012 at 8:07 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman Two days after Syracuse reached an agreement with the Big East to leave the conference one year early, Pittsburgh agreed to similar terms with the league.The Big East announced in a press release Wednesday that the league members will vote in accordance with the conference’s bylaws to end the Panthers’ membership with the conference effective July 1, 2013. Pittsburgh will pay $7.5 million to the league, which includes the $5 million exit fee, as well as an additional $2.5 million to terminate the membership earlier than the required 27-month exit period.In the past year, the Big East has expanded to include eight teams from coast-to-coast to make up for the losses of SU, Pittsburgh and West Virginia. TCU also left the conference for the Big 12 without ever playing a single game as a member of the Big East.Big East interim commissioner Joe Bailey said in the release that Pitt’s departure allows the league to continue to move forward.“This is another step for the Big East to take toward a very exciting future,” Bailey said. “With the addition of our eight new members, the Big East will be incredibly strong and vibrant.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse and Pittsburgh announced their intentions to head to the Atlantic Coast Conference at the same time last September, but their departure dates remained uncertain until this week.Pittsburgh filed a lawsuit against the Big East in May after West Virginia sued the conference and agreed to a settlement to leave for the Big 12 in 2012. The Orange, though, chose to avoid litigation and reached an agreement with the conference Monday.Either way, both are heading to the ACC early and will be members of the conference in 2013.“We have appreciated and enjoyed our membership in the Big East and wish them much success in the future,” Pittsburgh athletic director Steve Pederson said in the release. “We are anxious to compete in our final season in the Big East and look forward to an exciting future in the Atlantic Coast Conference.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more