Extension – Low Dimension http://lowdimension.net/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 14:28:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lowdimension.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-4-150x150.png Extension – Low Dimension http://lowdimension.net/ 32 32 Maple Leafs sign Sandin to two-year extension https://lowdimension.net/maple-leafs-sign-sandin-to-two-year-extension/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 14:28:38 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/maple-leafs-sign-sandin-to-two-year-extension/ Stan Szeto – USA TODAY Sports The stalemate is finally over. As training camp winds down and injuries continue to pile up for the Toronto Maple Leafs, the club and their unsigned young defenseman decided to bury the hatchet on Thursday morning, agreeing to terms. a two-year contract extension with an average annual value of […]]]>

The stalemate is finally over.

As training camp winds down and injuries continue to pile up for the Toronto Maple Leafs, the club and their unsigned young defenseman decided to bury the hatchet on Thursday morning, agreeing to terms. a two-year contract extension with an average annual value of $1.4 million.

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Tarr agrees to extend contract until 2029 https://lowdimension.net/tarr-agrees-to-extend-contract-until-2029/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 18:46:16 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/tarr-agrees-to-extend-contract-until-2029/ SEATTLE – Washington softball head coach Heather Tarr has signed a contract extension that will keep her at Montlake through the 2029 season, athletic director Jen Cohen announced Tuesday. “The University of Washington has been my home for a long time now, and I’m so proud to know that it will continue to be for […]]]>

SEATTLE – Washington softball head coach Heather Tarr has signed a contract extension that will keep her at Montlake through the 2029 season, athletic director Jen Cohen announced Tuesday.

“The University of Washington has been my home for a long time now, and I’m so proud to know that it will continue to be for a while yet,” Tarr said. “I appreciate the continued support of Jen Cohen and our athletic department, donors, student-athletes and alumni who have built this program.”

enter his 19e season with the Huskies, Tarr guided Washington to two Pac-12 championships, 17 Regionals, 14 Super Regionals and seven World College Series appearances. In 2009, the Huskies won the national championship for the first time in program history.

“Coach Tarr sets a standard of excellence that we all strive for every day in Husky Athletics,” Cohen said. “As Washington’s most successful coach of all time, Heather creates winning environments for her student-athletes on and off the field. I couldn’t be more excited to support her Husky Softball during many years to come.”

Under Tarr, Washington has seen 33 NFCA All-Americans, 105 All-Conference players and 10 Pac-12 Players of the Year. Five times the Huskies have won 50 games or more. Washington has been ranked in the NFCA’s National Coaching Survey for 216 consecutive weeks.

Over his 18 seasons, Tarr has a career record of 744-283-1. His winning percentage of .724 is 11e among active DI softball head coaches, while the 744 wins are the most in Washington history.

A Washington alumnus, Tarr has been part of 24 of the program’s 30 years as a player or coach.

“I can’t wait to see what the future holds for our current team and our athletic department,” Tarr concluded.

For more information on the UW Softball team, follow @UWSoftball on Twitter and Instagram.

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Experts differ on operating standards at airports https://lowdimension.net/experts-differ-on-operating-standards-at-airports/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 13:34:22 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/experts-differ-on-operating-standards-at-airports/ There have been mixed opinions among stakeholders in the country’s aviation industry, following the decision by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) to halt the extension of flight operations to airports in the sunrise and sunset across the country. The FAAN in conjunction with the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) recently adopted a new […]]]>
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There have been mixed opinions among stakeholders in the country’s aviation industry, following the decision by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) to halt the extension of flight operations to airports in the sunrise and sunset across the country.

The FAAN in conjunction with the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) recently adopted a new operating standards policy by halting the extension of flight operations at sunrise and sunset airports Across the country.

Sunset airports refer to airfields without landing facilities. This means that airlines can only operate between 7:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

However, the five main airports in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Enugu and Kano, can operate 24 hours a day from sunrise to sunset.

Shortly after FAAN Director General Captain Rabiu Yadudu’s statement, a cross-section of pilots and engineers applauded the decision, saying that the decision to stop the flight extension request to airlines by directions of FAAN and NAMA was a step in the right direction. direction

Stakeholders, under the auspices of the National Association of Pilots and Aircraft Engineers (NAAPE), stressed that since the decision was based on safety and security, the decision could not be compromised.

On the other hand, participants in the recent seminar on airports at sunset organized by the League of Airports and Aviation Correspondents argued that the notion of “airports at sunset” or hours of Limited exploitation (of day) is a self-limiting factor that is retrograde and a challenge that should be taken up by a modern state.

According to them, the phenomenon is a major disruptor to the economies of airline operations and the use of aviation assets.

Self-imposed throttling has been identified as one of the major scourges of gross aircraft underutilization, estimated to cost each aircraft three hours of operation per day and at least N4.3 billion in unearned revenue per year (per equipment).

Untapped revenue, they observed, increases in an airline with five or more aircraft and the reason why local airlines struggle to survive unlike their counterparts in Europe, North America and Asia.

Stakeholders therefore advised that the Sunset airport phenomenon and the restriction of opening hours should now be treated as an aberration and a problem to be solved, given their disastrous consequences on airlines and the economy in general.

Further explaining why they are in favor of stopping the extension of flights, NAAPE President, Engr Abednego Galadima, who spoke on behalf of the professionals, called on industry players, especially air operators , to strictly respect their schedules to avoid a crisis in their operations, stressing that once this rule is respected, the interruption of service would be avoided.

He said: “If the intent is based on the safety and security of airlines and people, that is not out of place. I don’t think the intention is to mislead the airlines.

“I will only advise airlines to ensure that they adhere strictly to their schedules instead of seeking an extension through FAAN and the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA). As you know, security and safety are our top priority in the industry and cannot be compromised.”

FAAN Director General Captain Rabiu Yadudu earlier announced the new flight regime, saying the move was taken for safety and security reasons.

Yadudu who informed that FAAN had met with sister agency, NAMA) and both decided to adopt the new policy.

Speaking at a forum hosted by NIGAV recently, Yadudu pointed out that approvals are available for necessary cases but airlines must now work within their limits as no extension approvals will be granted willy-nilly. .

The move, according to Yadudu, is a safety measure and may eventually check airlines that have a standard operating procedure for delaying their flights, but he however insisted that the policy that FAAN has cobbled together does not is not absolute and would make concessions for extreme situations.

“We have stopped granting extensions of operation to sunrise and sunset airports across the country. It was actually safety and security considerations that prompted us to make this particular decision. We have already started and we have met the NAMA team and we agree that there is no turning back.

Regarding requirements that could require airlines to operate to sunrise and sunset airports beyond the scheduled period, he said:

“We are not planning a safety and security policy based on such permutations. When something like this happens, then we know how to cross the bridge when we get there; but right now we are working normally and operations are normal, we need to plan our operations to keep them standard. If you consider such things, you won’t get any standard operating procedures (SOPs) anywhere. It remains as it is. »

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Parks, technological investments, Greeneway extension https://lowdimension.net/parks-technological-investments-greeneway-extension/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 09:10:39 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/parks-technological-investments-greeneway-extension/ Augusta commissioners angry at Diamond Lakes park restrooms After several months of waiting, the public washrooms at Diamond Lakes Regional Park are now open again. Ron Lampkin, director of capital improvement projects, and Ernest Wright, assistant director of parks and recreation operations, confirmed the news Tuesday at the Augusta Commission meeting. Lampkin explained that the […]]]>

Augusta commissioners angry at Diamond Lakes park restrooms

After several months of waiting, the public washrooms at Diamond Lakes Regional Park are now open again.

Ron Lampkin, director of capital improvement projects, and Ernest Wright, assistant director of parks and recreation operations, confirmed the news Tuesday at the Augusta Commission meeting.

Lampkin explained that the restrooms were closed earlier this summer not because of plumbing issues, but because water from nearby storm drains was bringing water into the restrooms. They installed pipes to divert this rainwater away from the building. As of Tuesday, the only step left in the project was the installation of new grates.

Although they were happy to hear the restrooms were reopened, some of the commissioners were annoyed, particularly commissioner Alvin Mason, who requested the update on Tuesday.

Mason expressed frustration at how long this process has taken since the toilets were urgently closed last summer and that he was never told before Tuesday’s meeting that there had been substantial progress. about repairs, not to mention the fact that a reopening was coming so soon.

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Energy and OKCPS agree multi-year lease extension at Taft Stadium https://lowdimension.net/energy-and-okcps-agree-multi-year-lease-extension-at-taft-stadium/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 17:48:00 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/energy-and-okcps-agree-multi-year-lease-extension-at-taft-stadium/ Oklahoma City Energy and Oklahoma City Public Schools have agreed to a multi-year extension of the football club’s lease at Taft Stadium. | MORE | OKC Energy is moving forward with Taft Stadium renovations despite the cancellation of the 2022 Stadium season,” Energy FC COO Jeff Kretchmar said in a press release. of this stadium […]]]>

Oklahoma City Energy and Oklahoma City Public Schools have agreed to a multi-year extension of the football club’s lease at Taft Stadium. | MORE | OKC Energy is moving forward with Taft Stadium renovations despite the cancellation of the 2022 Stadium season,” Energy FC COO Jeff Kretchmar said in a press release. of this stadium and its impact on the community are undeniable and Energy FC is very proud to be part of both.” Energy suspended play in 2022 due to an Oklahoma City Public Schools construction project at Taft Stadium. The teams recently installed new turf on the pitch and LED lighting. Team officials said they look forward to returning to action in 2023. Note: Video in player shown Above is from a previous cover.

Oklahoma City Energy and Oklahoma City Public Schools have agreed to a multi-year extension of the football club’s lease at Taft Stadium.

| MORE | OKC Energy continues Taft Stadium renovations despite canceled 2022 season

The stadium near North May Avenue and Northwest 23rd Street has been home to Energy for the past eight seasons.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Oklahoma City Public Schools and continue to play at Taft Stadium,” Energy FC COO Jeff Kretchmar said in a press release. “The history of this stadium and its impact on the community is undeniable and Energy FC is very proud to be part of both.”

Energy suspended play in 2022 due to an Oklahoma City Public Schools construction project at Taft Stadium. The teams recently installed new grass on the pitch and LED lighting.

Team officials said they look forward to returning to action in 2023.

Note: The video in the player above is from a previous cover.

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Lance Franklin signs one-year extension from Swans in AFL’s big final week | AFL https://lowdimension.net/lance-franklin-signs-one-year-extension-from-swans-in-afls-big-final-week-afl/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 01:05:00 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/lance-franklin-signs-one-year-extension-from-swans-in-afls-big-final-week-afl/ Lance Franklin has ended intense speculation over his AFL future, signing a one-year contract extension with Sydney. After months of speculation over whether he would retire after Saturday’s grand final or join a rival club, the star striker made the announcement days before the decision against Geelong at the MCG. Rumors have swirled this season […]]]>

Lance Franklin has ended intense speculation over his AFL future, signing a one-year contract extension with Sydney.

After months of speculation over whether he would retire after Saturday’s grand final or join a rival club, the star striker made the announcement days before the decision against Geelong at the MCG.

Rumors have swirled this season that Franklin was set to leave the club he signed a hugely lucrative nine-year contract with in 2013, as manager John Longmire juggles a salary cap and a heavy youth roster talents.

But the Swans announced on Monday night that the 35-year-old would continue playing, tweeting a two-word statement that read simply: “One more”.

“I needed to sit down with my family, we decided we wanted to stay in Sydney,” Franklin said himself on Tuesday.

“It was obviously a long process to come to this decision. I didn’t know if I was going to continue… I still have the passion, I love the game. It was a difficult decision.

“Obviously we have the grand final this week, there’s going to be a lot of speculation – ‘aw, is it going to continue?’ I just wanted to talk about the boys. It’s a huge game for us.”

The move means Franklin will enter his 10th season with Sydney and his 19th overall, continuing one of the game’s most illustrious careers.

When he joined the Swans as a free agent, days after playing in the grand final that won Hawthorn the 2013 flag, he had already won two premierships with the Hawks. This also included 2008, a campaign in which he scored 113 goals.

As it stands, Franklin has scored 1,047 career goals in 340 games, having eclipsed the 1,000 goal mark against the Cats at SCG in March to become the sixth player in AFL history/ VFL to do so.

He has now passed Gary Ablett Snr’s total of 1,031 this season and is behind only Doug Wade (1,057), Jason Dunstall (1,254), Gordon Coventry (1,299) and Tony Lockett (1,360).

There have been signs of Franklin dying in recent years, when soft tissue injuries sidelined him for long periods of time. In 2022, however, he kicked 50+ majors in a season for the 13th time in his career.

After being held scoreless for the first time this season in Sydney’s final win over Melbourne, Franklin scored two crucial goals in the one-point preliminary round win over Collingwood last weekend.

He is yet to win a flag with the Swans, having been part of the losing teams in the Grand Finals of 2014 and 2016.

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Extension sought for proposed property development in Stockton https://lowdimension.net/extension-sought-for-proposed-property-development-in-stockton/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 22:44:00 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/extension-sought-for-proposed-property-development-in-stockton/ The Delta Cove project would extend both Trinity Parkway and Otto Drive to make way for more than 1,500 new homes on undeveloped land north of Stockton. STOCKTON, Calif. — Organizers of a major residential and commercial development project approved for North Stockton have requested another contract extension, according to city documents filed Friday by […]]]>

The Delta Cove project would extend both Trinity Parkway and Otto Drive to make way for more than 1,500 new homes on undeveloped land north of Stockton.

STOCKTON, Calif. — Organizers of a major residential and commercial development project approved for North Stockton have requested another contract extension, according to city documents filed Friday by the AG Spanos Companies show.

The Delta Cove project, first approved by Stockton City Council in 2010, would extend Trinity Parkway and Otto Drive, developing on empty land currently held by AG Spanos Companies, a leading construction and development company in Stockton.

The 360-acre site is located just beyond the southern dead end of Trinity Parkway and is surrounded by Mosher Slough to the west and south and Bear Creek to the north.

The development plan on the large lot would force the extension of Otto Drive and Trinity Parkway and the completion of the dead end bridge at the end of Trinity Parkway.

In city filings, the land’s owner and developer, AG Spanos Companies, said the Delta Cove project would consist of a 280-unit condominium project and a new 1,545-unit residential community with parks, open spaces open and commercial use.

AG Spanos Companies is requesting a 15-year extension to the development agreement with the City of Stockton with the possibility of a further 5-year extension in the future.

Since the initial approval of the project by Stockton City Council over a decade ago, AG Spanos Companies has filed several extensions on individual cards for the project.

In a recommendation filing, City of Stockton staffers say the company has exhausted all possible extensions for individual cards. Without approving the development agreement extension as a whole, the city’s agreement with the company to develop on the land was set to expire on September 9.

“The development agreement is in the best interest of the city as it would promote residential, commercial and recreational development and the employment opportunities associated with these uses,” city staffers said in their filing recommending extension approval. “The community will benefit from the completion of the project through new infrastructure improvements, new jobs, housing opportunities and civic amenities including trails, parks and schools.”

According to city staff, a public virtual meeting was held on August 10 to discuss the proposed extension of the agreement and five citizens showed up to raise questions about the status of the project, but did not object to the extension request.

The request for an extension to the project agreement is expected to be presented to the Stockton Planning Commission at its September 22 meeting where the commissioners will vote on whether to approve the extension.

ABC10 contacted AG Spanos Companies for comment on Saturday, but did not immediately respond.

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Video: Gavi celebrates Barcelona contract extension with teammates https://lowdimension.net/video-gavi-celebrates-barcelona-contract-extension-with-teammates/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 10:10:48 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/video-gavi-celebrates-barcelona-contract-extension-with-teammates/ It was recently confirmed that Gavi have signed a contract extension until 2026 with Barcelona. On Thursday, he was commemorated with the holding of a public ceremony, during which Spanish international and club president Joan Laporta spoke about all things related to the player committing his long-term future to Spotify Camp Nou. According to a […]]]>

It was recently confirmed that Gavi have signed a contract extension until 2026 with Barcelona.

On Thursday, he was commemorated with the holding of a public ceremony, during which Spanish international and club president Joan Laporta spoke about all things related to the player committing his long-term future to Spotify Camp Nou.

According to a video shared by journalist David Ibanez, the youngster walked the collejas tunnel ahead of Barça training on Friday morning.

It’s a tradition that has always been followed at the Catalan club, after contract extensions and new signings, or before a player bids farewell to the team.

From the public inauguration to the collejas tunnel, it seems club members are also delighted that the 18-year-old will put pen to paper for three more years.

After all, in the summer of 2022, Bayern Munich, in particular, had their sights set on pushing Gavi away from Xavi’s side.

Moreover, it has been claimed that other European giants such as Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United are also considering a move for the highly-rated midfielder.

While other teams reportedly even presented more lucrative offers to the teenage sensation, he ultimately decided to stay at Barcelona.

One of the reasons for his commitment to the club, in addition to being a La Masia graduating could be the playing time given to him by Xavi.

Except for the La Liga heavyweight game against Viktoria Plzen in the Champions League, the wonderkid has started every possible game of the current campaign.

Much like how elated members of the Barcelona camp are over Gavi’s contract extension, the feelings are mutual within culeurs worldwide.

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City of Pella Voters Approve LOSST Extension Tuesday | Radio KNIA KRLS https://lowdimension.net/city-of-pella-voters-approve-losst-extension-tuesday-radio-knia-krls/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 10:00:24 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/city-of-pella-voters-approve-losst-extension-tuesday-radio-knia-krls/ Voters in the town of Pella decided to extend the local options sales and services tax to Pella in a special election on Tuesday. A total of 56% of voters said yes to extending the measure for 20 years, from Jan. 1, 2024, to Dec. 31, 2043. Revenue comes from a 1% sales tax in […]]]>

Voters in the town of Pella decided to extend the local options sales and services tax to Pella in a special election on Tuesday.

A total of 56% of voters said yes to extending the measure for 20 years, from Jan. 1, 2024, to Dec. 31, 2043. Revenue comes from a 1% sales tax in addition to the state’s 6% ‘Iowa, and has funded quality of life and infrastructure projects in the city of Pella since 2001.

Pella Mayor Don DeWaard thanks the nearly 2,200 voters who cast their ballots on Tuesday, and is grateful for the renewal of tax stability provided for in future budgets and for important projects ahead.

“It was a win for the community,” DeWaard says. “This has nothing to do with me or the city council – this is a win for the community and gives us the opportunity to use these funds to do a lot of great things in this community, so I would like to thank the voters to present themselves and express their opinions.

Now that the LOSST extension has been approved, Pella City Council is awaiting feedback from a committee formed earlier this year tasked with setting priorities for a new leisure center potentially to be built at Pella Sports Park – with funding key to the upcoming bond effort lent against revenue generated from sales tax, private fundraising, and other public funds from Marion County and the State of Iowa.

DeWaard says several meetings and hearings on the project will take place later this fall into the winter, and the goal is to open a new facility by next spring, assuming council approves the plans.

Election results are available here.

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Arsenal target’s contract extension ‘impossible’; agent “proving ground” for the relocation of artillerymen https://lowdimension.net/arsenal-targets-contract-extension-impossible-agent-proving-ground-for-the-relocation-of-artillerymen/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 10:41:43 +0000 https://lowdimension.net/arsenal-targets-contract-extension-impossible-agent-proving-ground-for-the-relocation-of-artillerymen/ Marco Asensio, the Real Madrid star linked with Arsenal and Manchester United, is most likely set to become a free agent in 2023, according to reports. Asensio is out of contract next summer and his lack of minutes so far this term means his contract extension is ‘impossible’. Premier League winners and losers as Spurs […]]]>

Marco Asensio, the Real Madrid star linked with Arsenal and Manchester United, is most likely set to become a free agent in 2023, according to reports.

Asensio is out of contract next summer and his lack of minutes so far this term means his contract extension is ‘impossible’.


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This is according to the Spanish publication Files.

The 26-year-old has played just 19 minutes under Carlo Ancelotti in 2022/23.

He was an unused substitute in four of Real Madrid’s first five La Liga appearances, with his only minutes in the Spanish top flight coming in the 4-1 win at Celta Vigo.

The report says Asensio is one of Ancelotti’s ‘last options’ and is ready to consider offloading him in the winter transfer window, six months before the end of his contract.

It’s believed that the Spanish winger would be ready to leave in January if the right opportunity arises.

Florentino Perez will have ‘no problem’ selling the player for a small sum to avoid losing him for nothing this summer.

Arsenal and AC Milan are ‘leading’ the race to sign Asensio.

A contract extension at Madrid would be ‘virtually impossible’ and ‘far from reality’.

Asensio was linked with a move to Arsenal and Manchester United during the summer transfer window.

Reliable transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano has in fact revealed that the Gunners explored the idea of ​​signing the 26-year-old Spaniard as a ‘last minute idea’.

“Marco Asensio has been offered to many important English clubs by his agent over the past two weeks, including Arsenal and Man Utd,” Romano said. Wettfreunde in August.

Asensio burst onto the scene as a Real Madrid youngster.

He scored his first Champions League, Copa del Rey and La Liga goal at the age of 20.

His first league goal came during a loan spell with Espanyol, although Madrid’s first La Liga strike came on his debut.

Asensio enjoys making his debut, scoring his first league appearance, Copa del Rey, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and Spanish Super Cup.

Since his electric start in the Spanish capital, Asensio’s playing time and contributions have gradually diminished.

Last season, however, was a productive campaign for the winger as he netted ten goals in 31 La Liga appearances.

A move to Arsenal on a free transfer, or potentially for a small fee in the winter window, would be a good move for both player and club.

Mikel Arteta is said to be a fan of the player and is known for his superb work on the training ground with wide players.

The Gunners’ squad is very thin and the club’s supporters were very disappointed not to have signed a new winger in the transfer window following Nicolas Pepe’s loan to OGC Nice.

Marquinhos made his senior debut for Arsenal in Thursday’s Europa League win over FC Zurich, scoring the opening goal, although he is unlikely to play in the Premier League very often, if at all.

A report released this week suggested that Arteta is ready to loan the young Brazilian out in Januarywhich led fans to believe he was plotting a move for a new, more experienced wide man.

The North Londoners have also been linked with Shakhtar Donetsk’s Mykhaylo Mudryk and Wolves winger Pedro Neto.

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