(Members of the Sayisi Dene First Nation at a federal government apology in 2016. Photo: APTN)The Canadian PressThe Sayisi Dene First Nation, a northern Manitoba community that was forced to relocate 61 years ago will be getting some of its traditional lands back.The provincial government has signed an agreement to transfer 52 square kilometres of Crown land near Little Duck Lake to the federal government so that it can be converted to a reserve for the Sayisi Dene First Nation.Read the release here: Province of ManitobaThe community’s 250 residents were forced to move to Churchill in 1956 after they were blamed for a steep decline in the caribou herd, an idea later proven untrue.In their new location on Hudson Bay, food was scarce, housing was inadequate and many residents died prematurely.Read More: Sayisi Dene First NationThe Manitoba government apologized for its role in 2010 and, last year, the federal government apologized and offered $33.6 million in compensation.The community’s chief, Tony Powderhorn, said the land agreement helps address a long-standing wrongdoing.“It is a recognition that removing us from our land was wrong,” Powderhorn said at a signing ceremony at the Manitoba legislature Wednesday.“It is an important step in reconciliation.”Manitoba Indigenous and Northern Relations Minister Eileen Clarke said the forced relocation from their traditional lands should not have happened.“They were relocated to areas devoid of the materials and resources that their people had always relied on. There was no adequate shelter, supplies or game to hunt.”In 1973, the Sayisi Dene left the Churchill area and moved back near their traditional territory at Tadoule Lake.The 52 square kilometres that will be transferred is further north, near the former Hudson’s Bay store where cargo planes were used to move the residents.“That’s where everything started and happened,” Powderhorn said.“We can probably go back and forth there (now), for maybe spring gatherings or something like that.”The community’s previous chief, Ernest Bussidor, was born one month before the relocation. When the federal government apologized last year, he recalled that many survivors of the relocation had suffered post-traumatic stress.“People freezing to death, fires, you name it,” Bussidor said.“A lot of children died. That kind of stuff never leaves you.”Contact APTN National News here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alberta now joins New Brunswick, Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan _ provinces that have declined to impose their own carbon levys, leaving Ottawa to impose one for them.Kenney has said if Ottawa impose its fee, he will join Saskatchewan and Ontario in fighting it in court.Alberta is expected to argue that Ottawa does not have the constitutional authority to levy the tax and that, in any event, Alberta is already paying one with its current tax of greenhouse gases on large emitters.Alberta’s fee, launched on Jan. 1, 2017 by the previous NDP government, taxed carbon at $30 tonne. Drivers were paying almost seven cents a litre more this year with the provincial carbon tax, along with $1.51 a gigajoule on natural gas for heating. Energy Efficiency Alberta says the typical Alberta household uses 120 gigajoules a year. The federal tax is $20 a tonne but is set to rise annually until it hits $50 a tonne in 2022.The Alberta tax brought in an estimated $2 billion, much of that rebated to low and middle-income families. It also funded a range of green projects from rapid transit to energy saving light bulbs.Families will also get rebates from the federal tax.McKenna said her department has already done preliminary math, given that Kenney’s bill was expected pass, and estimates a family of four in Alberta will get $700 in rebates when they file their 2019 taxes a year from now.That’s higher than the $377 expected in New Brunswick, $451 in Ontario and $449 in Manitoba. A family in Saskatchewan would get $903.The rebates are based on the expected amount people will pay. Provinces, where coal and natural gas are used more heavily for heating and electricity, are likely to shoulder higher carbon tax bills.McKenna said Kenney is taking a page from the same playbook as Ontario Premier Doug Ford.“They don’t have a plan to tackle climate change and they don’t have a plan to grow the economy,” said McKenna.In the legislature, Kenney criticized and mocked former premier Rachel Notley for bringing in the provincial carbon tax, especially after not running on it in the 2015 election campaign.He said the tax didn’t deal with climate change and didn’t deliver any “social licence” to garner further national or international support or acceptance of Alberta’s oil and gas industry.“So what is the point?” Kenney said rhetorically.“The best answer I can come up with is this: it makes them feel better about themselves. It makes them feel virtuous. And it makes the NDP feel like somehow they are saving the planet.” The bill was a signature campaign promise of Premier Jason Kenney’s United Conservatives, who won a majority government last month.Kenney told the house Thursday that the bill delivers a merciful end to a tax that didn’t stop the global rise of greenhouse gas emissions but did hurt working families.“We have barely been in office for a month and we are already, today, delivering to Albertans the biggest tax break in our province’s history,” Kenney told the house as his UCP caucus members applauded.In Ottawa, Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna decried Alberta’s decision to end the provincial carbon tax, which she dubbed the “make pollution free again bill.”She said Canada will move quickly to impose the federal version on Alberta.“We’re looking to do it as soon as possible,” said McKenna. EDMONTON, A.B. – Alberta’s consumer carbon tax is dead, setting the stage for a showdown with Ottawa over the imposition of a new one.The province cancelled its tax on gasoline at the pumps and on home heating fuels just after midnight Thursday morning.Later in the day, the legislature was to pass third and final reading of An Act to Repeal the Carbon Tax to make the change official.
The Government has decided to introduce a controlled price on 15 essential items, the Ministry of Finance said today.The Finance Ministry said that the items on which the controlled price will be introduced includes sugar, dhal, potatoes and big onions. (Colombo Gazette)
The Confucius Institute is hosting an exhibit of Xiang embroidery from Oct. 9 to 12 in the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre.Xiang embroidery, one of the four great embroideries in China, is world famous for its exquisite techniques, unique features and long history.And samples of it are coming to Brock next week in an exhibit called From Qing to Republic: Chinese Embroidery from 1644 to 1949.The showcase, hosted by the Confucius Institute, features a collection of women’s embroidered clothing, including gowns, coats, jackets, waistcoats, pants, and skirts.It also features a broad range of finery, such as hats, scarves, bags, bibs, collars, cuffs, and lace.The exhibit covers the imperial, folk, Han and minority ethnics clothing and finery and reflects the combined influence of eastern and western culture on the art and style of embroidery. Most importantly, it vividly represents the embroidery techniques, aesthetics, and charm of the Hunan Xiang Embroidery.Xiang embroidery uses techniques that are generally based on Chinese painting, although it also includes techniques of engraving, calligraphy and embroidery.This combination of techniques produces a double-faced product with different images and colors on each side of a transparent chiffon, which greatly uplifted the artistic value of Xiang embroidery. The main threads used include pure silk, satin, transparent gauze and nylon.The items on display are from the collection of Zou Minne, who has been collecting and studying traditional Hunan Xiang embroidery for more than a decade with his wife.They have published several books on the topic. Two of their most comprehensive books include Hunan Embroidery and The Soul of Hunan Embroidery -Traditional Embroidery of Taoyuan.From Qing to Republic runs Oct. 9 to 12 in the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre Lobby. Exhibit hours are Tuesday, 11 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“True resilience comes from strong bonds among countries and communities. The UN is committed to strengthening these bonds with a unified Plan of Action,” said Mr. Ban in opening remarks to the Third World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction.He recalled that the meeting, which is expected to draw thousands of government and civil society participants, is opening just days after the solemn fourth anniversary of the devastating earthquake that struck the Sendai region, and as a powerful cyclone is bearing down on the tiny island nation of Vanuatu and its neighbors in the Pacific. The aim of the Conference, which wraps up Wednesday, 18 March, is to update the landmark agreement reached a decade ago in Hyogo, Japan, which detailed the work required from all different sectors and actors to reduce disaster losses.The Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA), itself crafted in the wake of the devastation of the Indian Ocean tsunami in January 2005, which claimed 227,000 lives, has since produced some important successes, including the reduction in the number of people directly affected by natural disasters in Asia – where most such disasters occur – by almost one billion.“What we are discussing here is very real for millions around the world. We must keep their needs in sharp focus during the negotiations on this agreement,” said the Secretary-General, who noted that overnight, the eye of topical cyclone Pam had passed very close to Vanuatu’s capital, Port Vila.“We are not yet clear on the impact, but we fear the destruction and damage could be widespread. I hope there will be minimal loss of life. I extend my condolences to the people of Vanuatu and their representatives,” said the UN chief, adding: “Our thoughts are with all disaster victims. Our best possible tribute will be to make this Conference a success.”Indeed, Mr. Ban told the gathered delegations that they had made this the highest-level meeting on disaster risk reduction in history. “This is the first stop on our journey to a new future…To put the people of this world on a sustainable path. Disaster risk reduction advances progress on sustainable development and climate change.”Emphasizing that an ambitious outcome in Sendai would put the international community on a path to a new sustainable development agenda with new global goals at its core, including a universal climate agreement and financing to turn plans into results, the Secretary-General noted that Sendai kicks off a particularly crucial year for the United Nations, with world leaders meet in Addis Ababa in July to discuss development financing, then again in New York in September to adopt a new development agenda, and finally in Paris in December to forge a meaningful, binding climate change agreement.“Sustainability starts in Sendai!’ declared the UN chief, stressing that building on the successes of the Hyogo Framework, “we must respond to the world’s growing needs by empowering individuals, supporting communities and backing promises with resources. We must especially help the poorest and most vulnerable.”He went on to note that climate change is intensifying the risks for hundreds of millions of people particularly in small island developing States and coastal areas. Disasters put persons with disabilities and older persons in grave danger. In addition, nine out of 10 disaster fatalities are in low- and middle-income countries.“Those States need special attention. But disaster risk reduction is in everybody’s interest – and it is everybody’s business. In this globalized economy, our world is smaller than ever. An earthquake in one country shakes up financial markets in another. Tropical storms in one region cause economic turbulence in another.”“Disaster risk reduction is a frontline defence against the impacts of climate change. It is a smart investment for business and a wise investment in saving lives,” said the Secretary-General, explaining that the global annual price tag in damage now exceeds $300 billion.“We can watch that number grow as more people suffer. Or we can dramatically lower that figure and invest the savings in development. Six billion dollars allocated each year can result in savings of up to $360 billion by 2030, he explained.Yet he also stressed that resilience is not just a matter of strong buildings that can withstand earthquakes. “True resilience comes from strong bonds among countries and communities. The UN is committed to strengthening these bonds with a unified Plan of Action. Let us act in a spirit of global solidarity to make our world safer and more prosperous for all.”Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of the host country, recalling the magnitude of the quake that had struck the Tokohu region, where Sendai is located, with 20,000 lives lost and much loss of livelihood, said that because his country was disaster prone it had been working hard on disaster risk reduction. Japan, he said, emphasized the importance of “Build Back Better”, constantly revising flood management plans, enforcing weirs, constructing channels and conducting disaster education. The efforts were paying off – 60 years ago, large-scale flooding often cost thousands of lives, now it was rare for a flood to take more than 100 lives. Even during the East Japan quake, students knew to evacuate to higher ground through longtime oral tradition. It was now crucial to learn from recent events as well.During the Third World Conference, current and past experiences from every part of the globe would be shared, participants would examine activities built on the Hyogo Framework, discuss utilization of new technology, seek effective collaboration with various stakeholders and then establish a new framework, passing from the era of Hyogo to Sendai, he said, welcoming the enthusiastic efforts of all participants in that work.In his meetings in the margins of the Conference, the Secretary-General met with Prime Minister Abe and the two conferred, among others, on countering violent extremism and addressing the threat posed by Daesh, with Mr. Ban using the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). The Secretary-General to that end expressed his condolences to the Japanese Government and people for the horrendous killings of Kenji Goto and Haruna Yukawa by Daesh. The Secretary-General and the Prime Minister also discussed Syria, including the upcoming donor conference in Kuwait, as well as Middle East peace and UN reform. Mr. Ban also met with Baldwin Lonsdale, President of Vanuatu. The UN chief said that his thoughts are with the people of Vanuatu as it faces the impacts of tropical cyclone Pam. He added that Vanuatu has already been suffering from the adverse effects of climate change, and storms such as Pam only exacerbate the challenges that the country faces.The Secretary-General noted that Vanuatu’s situation further highlighted the importance of the Sendai conference, as well as the urgent need for ambitious action on both disaster risk reduction and on climate change.
RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) -Twenty-two law enforcement dispatchers graduated Friday from the Public Safety Dispatch Academy at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.The graduates hail from communications centers across the state, and comprise DOCJTs 127th telecommunications academy class, which first began in 1999.- Advertisement – The students graduating from the Public Safety Dispatch Academy represent the successful completion of a highly structured and comprehensive curriculum. The five weeks of training consisted of 205 hours of academy instruction to satisfy mandated training requirements.Major training areas included identifying the role and responsibilities of the dispatcher, correct phone and radio procedures, handling emergency and non-emergency calls for service, emergency medical dispatch protocols and use of the state and national criminal databases.This class included five trainees of distinction. Related Article: DOCJT Public Safety Dispatch Academy Class 124 graduatesTo earn this recognition, a student must not fail any tested area, not receive any disciplinary action, earn an evaluation rating of acceptable in every observed category and score an average of 95 percent or higher on all academic tests. Students who achieve this distinction are given a special academy pin to wear on their uniforms.
The Ohio State men’s tennis team shut out three consecutive conference opponents en route to winning its seventh Big Ten Tournament in eight years. The No. 4 Buckeyes (31-2), who played host to the annual tournament for the first time since 2002, held up the No. 1 overall tournament seed throughout the weekend, securing victories over No. 9-seeded Purdue, No. 4-seeded Illinois and No. 3-seeded Michigan, respectively. OSU did not relent a point over the three-game stretch, winning each match 4-0 and remaining undefeated in Big Ten play in 2013. The Saturday semifinal win over the No. 4-seeded Illini avenged the last season’s 4-3 loss in the 2012 Big Ten Tournament in Evanston, Ill. The championship victory over the Wolverines on Sunday gave the Buckeyes their eighth Big Ten Tournament victory (2001, 2006-11, 2013) and 11th finals appearance under coach Ty Tucker. Before Tucker took over in 1999, OSU also won the tournament in 1991. Against Michigan, the Scarlet and Gray dominated their archrivals from the North by securing the team doubles point for the 31st time in 2013. The No. 46-ranked tandem of junior Blaz Rola and redshirt sophomore Kevin Metka won their match, 8-5, and maintained their perfect record on the season at 20-0. The No. 14-ranked duo of redshirt junior Peter Kobelt and senior Connor Smith followed suit and clinched the doubles point with an 8-4 victory. In singles play, OSU rallied to three consecutive wins to put away the Wolverines. The Buckeyes garnered wins from redshirt freshman Chris Diaz and freshman Constantin Christ, winning 6-2, 6-2 and 6-1, 6-2, respectively. Finally, Smith, winning his match 6-3, 6-3, earned the match-winning point to solidify the Buckeyes as 2013 Big Ten Tournament Champions and earn them an automatic bid to the 2013 NCAA Tournament. The men’s tennis selection show is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Tuesday, with singles and doubles selections scheduled to occur at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
OSU then-freshman Emily Clark (20) during a game against Penn State on April 6 at Buckeye Field. Credit: Lantern File PhotoOhio State sophomore infielder Emily Clark was named the Big Ten co-Player of the Week on Monday, marking the second straight week an OSU player earned the award, after sophomore shortstop Lilli Piper won it last Monday.In four games last week, Clark went 7 for 8 with two home runs, including a grand slam, 11 RBIs and seven runs scored. She had an on-base percentage of .917 and a slugging percentage of 1.750. On the defensive end, Clark had a 1.000 fielding percentage, playing both second base and catcher.The Buckeyes have won eight-straight games and 15 of their last 16. They return to action Friday when they begin a three-game home series with rival Michigan.
https://jrnl.ie/3357761 Tuesday 25 Apr 2017, 4:59 PM No Comments Apr 25th 2017, 4:59 PM The 5 at 5: Tuesday Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock… By Cianan Brennan Source: Shutterstock/photographyfirmEVERY WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you the five stories you need to know as you head home for the day.1. #RELATABLE: Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan says that after being “bitten, spat at, assaulted” she can relate to rank-and-file gardaí.2. #INDEPENDENCE NAY: Support for an independent Scotland is plummeting.3. #TEXT EXCHANGE: The row between Dr Peter Boylan and the board of the National Maternity Hospital has deepened.4. #IRISH LESSONS: Barack Obama says that immigrants to the US are being vilified in the same manner as the Irish were after the famine.5. #JOBSTOWN: The trial of seven men accused of false imprisonment was suspended after a juror was discharged. 7,467 Views Share Tweet Email Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
SEATTLE — Jimmy Graham’s first one-handed catch was special. His second was even better. And that doesn’t even mention his open-field hurdle of a defensive back. Graham needed just one hand to catch two first-half touchdown passes from Russell Wilson, and the Seattle Seahawks held off a late rally for a 31-25 win over the Buffalo Bills on Monday night. “We talked this week if we get a favorable matchup, throw it,” Graham said. “It’s one of those things in the National Football League these windows are so small that sometimes when a guy is on you, you just have to throw it up.” Seattle won its 11th straight Monday night game behind a huge game from its tight end. Still less than a year removed from a major knee injury, Graham used his right arm to catch a 17-yard touchdown from Wilson on the first play of the second quarter and later used the same arm to cradle an 18-yard TD pass in the final moments of the first half. But the Seahawks had to hold on in the final seconds as Buffalo quarterback Tyrod Taylor led the Bills inside the Seattle 10 in the final seconds. Taylor was sacked by Cliff Avril on third-and-goal from the 8 and on fourth-and-goal Taylor’s pass into the end zone fell incomplete. Buffalo would not have needed a touchdown if not for mistakes by the officiating crew at the end of the first half that cost the Bills a chance at a shorter field goal. Dan Carpenter eventually missed a 54-yard attempt on the final play of the half, only after Seattle’s Richard Sherman got away with an unnecessary roughness penalty that wasn’t called and a delay of game caused in part by the officiating crew standing over the ball.
There are three active proposals for Northwest coal-export terminals: the plan by Millennium Bulk Terminals-Longview — owned by Ambre Energy and Arch Coal Inc. — which would export up to 44 million metric tons of coal annually to Asia; Pacific International Terminals, a subsidiary of SSA Marine Inc., wants to handle 54 million import/export tons of bulk commodities annually, largely coal exports, near Bellingham; and the “Morrow Pacific” plan, proposed by Ambre Energy. Up to 8 million tons of coal would be hauled annually on covered barges from the Port of Morrow near Boardman, Ore., 190 miles down the Columbia River to the Port of St. Helens, Ore., where it would be loaded onto vessels to Asia.Back in 2011, when SSA Marine laid out plans for a major coal-export terminal in Northwest Washington, international markets were on a tear as the demand for coal pushed prices to record levels.But this summer, export prices have plunged by more than 40 percent, prompting some coal-export projects in Australia to be scaled back or scuttled.That’s raising new questions about the prospect for large-scale exports from the proposed SSA Marine terminal at Cherry Point in Whatcom County and a second terminal proposed for Longview in Southwest Washington.Environmentalists, trying to block efforts to turn the region into a center for coal exports, are mounting a major campaign against the projects.The big drop in export prices reflects an oversupply of coal and diminished demand as China has reduced imports amid an economic slowdown. Some financial analysts suggest coal-export markets face a prolonged downturn that reflects fundamental changes in the markets.Goldman Sachs, in a research report released earlier this summer, declared that “the window for profitable investment in coal mining (for export) is closing.”
(WSVN) – Some people feel it’s important to start celebrating the holidays as early as November but one study suggests this may not be good for your health.New studies showed that hearing Christmas music can be psychologically draining, especially for people working in retail and those who have to listen to it constantly.The American Psychiatric Association said about 61 percent of people experience stress during the holiday season.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Mary Beth Tinker, a nurse and local activist, encouraged the kids to seize political power and vote for the leaders who share their concerns about gentrification. She encouraged the kids to join a movement to lower the voting age in D.C. to 16.With respect to gentrification, even if Blacks and Whites live in the same neighborhood, they’re still separate, said Donna Deniźe, a teacher at St. Albans.That makes it harder to connect, because White people might not understand the role they might play in displacing people of color from their neighborhoods, said Monet Scott, 17. “I don’t understand a White person’s perspective and they don’t understand mine,” she said. “But we have to be able to understand each other.” It’s time to do more than talk about the Black and brown people whom Kelsey Coleman contends are getting pushed out of the rapidly gentrifying District.Now is the time for action, the 16-year-old said. Coleman made her comments Feb. 8 at a seminar with students and adults that centered on housing discrimination in the District. The Center for Inspired Teaching, in conjunction with Teaching for Change, a non-profit organization founded in 1989 and based in Washington D.C. with the motto of “building social justice, starting in the classroom,” organized the intraschool seminar as part of D.C. Area Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Schools. Their goal was empowering educators and residents to address racial injustice while amplifying the voices of young students of color. Kelsey served as one of the student facilitators for the gentrification discussion. Every month, students from all over the city read pre-selected materials for the talks, decide what social justice issues they want to address and discuss the topics among themselves. But for February, Inspired Teaching invited adults to the conversation so they could learn from each other. For February, 94 students and 94 teachers registered for the talks, officials said. “Inspired Teaching is to redefine the way we think of school,” said Cosby Hunt, senior officer of teaching and learning for the Center for Inspired Teaching. “It’s not just from 8 to 4 in a building with the same people. It’s bringing people in for richer dialogue.”In doing so, the children are exposed to students from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds — students they wouldn’t normally run into at school. And it helps White children get out of their comfort zone, said Jane Ehrenfeld, executive director of the Center for Inspired Teaching. Those kids need to get out of their echo chamber and hear other voices now so they’re aware of the struggles others face as they move up in the world. “A lot of these kids are going to inherit power,” she said. For February, the kids selected topics related to Black Lives Matter. Besides gentrification, the other topics were: mental illness and race in the U.S., racism and the legalization of marijuana, the intersection of gender and race, Black Lives Matter as a social media movement, and looking ahead to what’s next for the Black Lives Matter movement. All of the talks took place at Edmund Burke High School.
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BankUnited Fannie Mae FHFA Foreclosure Freddie Mac Ginnie Mae HUD mortgage National Mortgage Servicing Association NMSA 2017-11-02 Nicole Casperson in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News To view the full letter, click here. Organizations Reach Out for Borrower Mortgage Relief Assistance November 2, 2017 557 Views The letter was signed by the following organizations: Americans for Financial ReformCenter for American ProgressCenter for New York City Neighborhoods Center for Responsible LendingEmpire Justice CenterJacksonville Area Legal Aid, Inc.The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human RightsNational Community Reinvestment CoalitionNational Community Stabilization TrustNational Consumer Law Center, on behalf of its low-income clients National Fair Housing AllianceNational Housing Resource CenterNational Low Income Housing CoalitionUnidosUS This week, a group of housing organizations sent a letter to several government officials regarding mortgage relief options for homeowners living in areas affected by the natural disasters. The letter was specifically addressed to leaders of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHA), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Ginnie Mae.In the letter, the organizations ask for their specific leadership to prevent further devastation in communities that were hard hit by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, and the recent wildfires in California.“The options available to homeowners affected by natural disasters should be strengthened, and should be available to all homeowners, regardless of who owns, insures or services their mortgage,” the organizations wrote.In reaction to the letter, Ray Barbone, Chairman of the National Mortgage Servicing Association (NMSA) and EVP of Mortgage Services at BankUnited said, “NMSA is committed to ensuring that homeowners affected by the natural disasters of the recent months are protected.”“The mortgage servicing industry looks forward to continuing active participation in the process of aiding residents in returning to their homes,” Barbone continued. “It is in the best interest of all parties—lenders, government entities, and most importantly homeowners—that prudent steps be taken to ensure that homeowners have a clear understanding of their options under this unique set of circumstances.”Barbone added that since the onset of these disasters, NMSA leadership has been in regular communication with leaders from HUD, FHFA, the GSEs and other federal stakeholders for the purpose of developing prudent and responsive servicing policy in the name of preserving homeownership for those who wish to remain in their homes.“The mortgage servicing industry will continue our practice of open communication with all interested parties and we remain confident that federal housing authorities will sensibly address the existing needs of homeowners,” said Barbone.The letter addressed factors and provided recommended terms including; disaster relief forbearance, disbursement of insurance proceeds, media outreach, and post-forbearance periods. Regarding disaster relief forbearance, the group proposed allowing affected homeowners to hit pause on their mortgage payments while they are responding to the emergency, assessing their financial situation, and putting their lives back together. According to the letter, “homeowners shouldn’t be penalized for needing help in the wake of a disaster.” A few of the recommendations outlined in the letter include:Automatic 90-day forbearance for all homeowners living in an area affected by a disaster, regardless of whether the servicer has successfully made contact with the borrower.Clear eligibility for extensions of forbearance of up to 12 months. Homeowners experiencing extreme hardship, including those who are displaced whilerebuilding or who are living in very hard-hit communities, should be eligible for up to a 24- month forbearance based on clear guidelines.Additionally, the letter addressed the concern for homeowners needing immediate resources to stabilize their homes, recommending that mortgage servicers should be, “instructed to release up to $10,000 up-front made payable only to homeowners and to release the balance of the funds as homeowners rebuild.”Other recommendations included media outreach, proposing written materials and spoken communications should be available in languages prevalent in affected areas with significant limited english proficiency (LEP) populations—including nearly 1 million in Houston, Texas, approaching 1.5 million in Miami, Florida, and 2.8 million in Puerto Rico.In the end, the organizations thanked HUD Secretary Ben Carson, VA Secretary David Shulkin, USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue, FHFA Director Mel Watt, CFPB Director Richard Cordray, and Ginnie Mae President Michael Bright, for the “consideration of our recommendations.” Share
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stronger control of the House and getting a one-vote Senate margin mostly due to a strong electoral showing in rural Minnesota Still Democrat Mark Dayton remains the governor and has a strong motivation to fight for his pet projects because the budget being passed Tuesday night and Wednesday morning is his lastGreater Minnesota has become a political battlefieldDemocrats have alleged that Republicans did not serve rural Minnesota well as they controlled the House in recent yearsLess than two weeks ago Rep Rod Hamilton R-Mountain Lake accused the Dayton administration of "waging a war on agriculture" and a few days later other Republicans said the governor was not treating greater Minnesota wellWhile details of all bills were not final Tuesday afternoon May 23 several signs of compromise were easy to spotTake for instance changes farmers demanded to the 2-year-old law the requires them to place vegetative buffer strips between cropland and water That is a Dayton signature conservation law and he said he would veto any delay or change in itHe eventually agreed to the GOP-proposed plan to give farmers an eight-month "waiver" in meeting the law not using the term "delay" He also agreed to other relatively minor changesIn the tax bill Marquart mentioned many Republicans long have wanted to hold steady or reduce Local Government Aid to cities and County Program Aid A deal among Dayton and legislative leaders left increases for both accounts less than Democrats called for but more than the GOP wantedCompromises could not be reached everywhere but as Dayton often says both sides have to move for a budget deal to be reached "It’s not everything that I want" Dayton said "You give and take"Here is a look at some of areas of special interest to greater Minnesota with changes still possible:EnvironmentEnvironment-related spending and policy changes come in a lot of bills but the most discussed issue has been buffers"The buffer stuff is huge" House Environment Chairman Dan Fabian R-Roseau saidDayton upset a lot of farmers when he began pushing for a law passed in 2015 to require buffers between water and cropland While he had GOP support for the measure Republicans did not like how it was progressing and the law was changed in 2016 and they returned this year demanding that the enactment be delayed a year and other changes be madeThe governor would hear none of it and said the bill had to remain the same until next yearBut Fabian said farmers are in the field now and "alternative practices" other than planting buffers have not been finalized and farmers will not be able to do the work needed by the Nov 1 deadlineThe compromise legislation allows farmers to apply for an automatic waiver that means they will not need buffers or alternative measures installed until July 1 2018 That gives farmers 11 months to comply with the lawSeveral bills contain money to help farmers and local governments meet the buffer lawThe bill also narrows the list of what can be considered public waters which Fabian said under existing law could be a puddlePlus the environment bill increases several Department of Natural Resources fees including day passes to state parks from $5 to $7 and annual park passes from $25 tro $35Parks especially small ones in rural Minnesota are being neglected Fabian said so more money is neededSome fees were requested by those who pay them such as the snowmobile registration jump from $30 to $105 over three years Fabian said the agreement was that more money will go to snowmobile clubs to maintain trailsAlso in the environment-outdoor area $64 million in lottery proceeds will be distributed to more than 60 projects including nearly $20 million for the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program that can be used to help install buffersThe "legacy" sales tax increase voters approved in 2008 will amount to nearly $530 million with $211 million going to clean water $105 million to outdoor heritage and $90 million to parks and trails The rest goes to arts and culture projects More than $20 million of the clean-water fund is to be used by local soil and water conservation districts for buffersTaxesOne of the biggest issues in farm country is that schools find it tough to finance new facilities because the repayment burden falls heavily on ag property taxesThe tax bill agreement includes a provision to eliminate 40 percent of school construction taxes from farmland School officials hope reducing taxes that much will help convince farmers to back construction projectsDilworth-Glyndon-Felton schools where Marquart teaches tried to pass a school bond referendum in 2015 but 80 percent of voters opposed it The same happened with nearby Barnesville and Detroit Lake schoolsMarquart said a DGF committee he was on decided to try to bond issue again but only if the state approved the tax credit in the billAlso in the tax bill is more than $100 million in income tax cuts for Minnesotans’ Social Security benefits Since greater Minnesota has a higher percentage of older people the move is expected to help the area outside the Twin Cities more than in the more populated areaMany Democrats fought a Republican plan to lower statewide property taxes on businesses’ first $100000 of value but it is in the billMarquart said that move will help small businesses around greater Minnesota because their facilities often have lower property valuesAgricultureOne of the easiest budget bills to pass often is one funding agriculture programs but nothing was easy this yearAfter much haggling and compromising the ag bill eventually passed easilyAg programs will get nearly $5 million more than expected in the next two years mostly for department administration In all the Agriculture Department will receive $105 million from the $123 million bill with the Board of Animal Health and Agriculture Utilization Board Institute getting the restDayton and Republicans argued over whether farmers had to get prior state approval before 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