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House in La Floresta / ARQUITECTURA-G

first_img Area:  200 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs “COPY” Projects “COPY” House in La Floresta / ARQUITECTURA-GSave this projectSaveHouse in La Floresta / ARQUITECTURA-GSave this picture!© José Hevia+ 29Curated by Clara Ott Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/913830/house-in-la-floresta-arquitectura-g Clipboard Houses Architects: ARQUITECTURA-G Area Area of this architecture project House in La Floresta / ARQUITECTURA-Gcenter_img 2018 Year:  CopyHouses•Floresta, Spain ArchDaily CopyAbout this officeARQUITECTURA-GOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesFlorestaSpainPublished on March 28, 2019Cite: “House in La Floresta / ARQUITECTURA-G” [Casa en La Floresta / ARQUITECTURA-G] 28 Mar 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodPanel Façade SystemRailing / BalustradesMitrexIntegrated Photovoltaic Railing – BIPV RailingMetal PanelsAurubisCopper Alloy: Nordic BrassHanging LampsVibiaHanging Lamp – VOLConcreteKrytonCrystalline Waterproofing – KIMSkylightsLAMILUXGlass Skylight FE PassivhausPorcelain StonewareCosentinoSurfaces – Dekton® Chromica CollectionBricksFeldhaus KlinkerThin Bricks – ClassicGlassDip-TechDigital Ceramic Printing for Interior DesignWoodStructureCraftEngineering – FootbridgesAluminium CompositesCymat Technologies Ltd.Bundang Doosan Tower – Alusion™ Stabilized Aluminum FoamTable LampsRoss GardamDesk Lamp – OraMore products »Save想阅读文章的中文版本吗?西班牙林中小屋 La Floresta /ARQUITECTURA-G是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/913830/house-in-la-floresta-arquitectura-g Clipboard Spain Photographs:  José HeviaStructure Consultant:Eskubi Turró Arquitectes SLPTechnical Architect:Vinclament, Xavier BadiaCity:FlorestaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© José HeviaRecommended ProductsDoorsSolarluxBi-Folding Doors – EcolineDoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82Doorspanoramah!®ah! PivotEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsText description provided by the architects. Halfway in between Barcelona and Sant Cugat, la Floresta is a low density neighbourhood placed in Collserola mountains. An unorganized constellation of houses sprinkles the hills covered with plenty of vegetation. In la Floresta there is place for both dirt and asphalt roads, as well as for recently built houses and constructions from the 50’s.Save this picture!© José HeviaThe intervention replaces precisely a small construction self-built in the 60’s by the client’s parents which is demolished due to its severe pathologies. The plot has a steep slope and the project uses the small terrace where the old house used to be as its base. The project is developed in two levels and is envisioned as a family reunion space, with an open ground floor and 3 bedrooms on the first floor. Save this picture!© José HeviaSave this picture!Save this picture!The openings on the facade aim to strengthen the relationship of the house with the plot and the forest. The first floor rotates in relation to the ground floor defining a series of skylights and small terraces that leave space for the nearby tree crowns to get closer to the facade. Save this picture!© José HeviaThe interior of the house is characterized by its great simplicity, and it is the structure itself that defines the main interior finishes, with raw wood for the walls and bright one on the floor, looking for the exterior to be part of the interior through the reflections. Save this picture!© José HeviaThe house is a wooden box covered with a steel sheet placed on a simple concrete base.Save this picture!© José HeviaThe structure of the project is composed by laminated timber panels. These panels are used as a load bearing wall when placed in vertical position and with a shallower section and the help of laminated fir beams, as the slab when placed in horizontal position.  Save this picture!© José HeviaRegarding the cladding, the load bearing walls’ outer face is covered with 10cm insulation. Vertical wooden strips are placed in between the insulation slabs and the ensemble is covered with a tyvek sheet. The strips perform as the support for the omega steel sections that hold the galvanized waved steel plate that finishes the facade. Save this picture!© José HeviaProject gallerySee allShow lessRefuse! Indoor Cycling / EstudioFernandaOrozcoSelected ProjectsEscuela Banciaria y Comercial Aguascalientes / Ignacio Urquiza, Bernardo Quinzaños, …Selected Projects Sharelast_img read more

New Cell Tower Raises Concerns in Little Silver

first_imgThe installation replaced and greatly increased the height of an aging tower of approximately 60 feet and will serve the borough’s emergency services and public works and the state police and county hotlines. Verizon, which had previously proposed a tower atop a downtown commercial building, instead funded the construction of the tower in exchange for a reduced rent for placing its antennas there. The estimated cost to install the tower, had the borough funded it, would have been $150,000. “It’s not a beautiful thing,” said Mayor Robert Neff. He added that he had tried to get the word out during the discussion and planning stages of the tower, but even he hadn’t expected the tower to be quite so prominent.Prior to the installation, the police chief said he had brought an independent company in to do a study on the potential health effects associated with the tower. “The fact that our governing body thought this was the best look is insane,” Holmgren said. “At this point, I think what everyone wants is for Verizon to not be part of it. The second thing is, if they need to keep it erected then they need to make it prettier.” By Jenna O’Donnell |LITTLE SILVER – Concerned residents are urging borough officials to find a way to rid their neighborhood of a newly erected cellular tower many of them deemed an eyesore and a potential health concern.During a workshop and council meetings that lasted late into Monday night, angry residents lambasted the mayor and council for agreeing to let Verizon install a bulky cellular tower close to residents’ homes and Markham Place School – and for not accurately notifying them of what the new construction would entail.“I support a regular communications tower for the safety of our town,” said Alicia Holmgren, a borough resident whose property is 200 feet from the tower. “But that is not for the safety of our town at all. That is for Verizon and that is for revenue. I’m very disappointed in every single person who looked at those plans and thought that this was a good decision.”Verizon installed the 95-foot communications tower Wednesday, May 17 as part of an upgrade meant to address some of the “dead spots” in town that had been an ongoing issue for first responders, according to Chief of Police, Daniel Shaffery. Yet residents were less thrilled with the savings and more worried about the safety, aesthetics and location of the tower. Several pointed out the unknown health risks associated with radio waves and how that could affect children at the school or in the homes nearby, while others said their property values would suffer from the proximity. Most, including the mayor and council, agreed that the tower was ugly.center_img Residents who measured the distance of the tower from their yards and homes said it was built 448 feet from Markham Place School and about 80 feet from homes with children.June 2015 photo of the Little Silver Town Hall with former cellphone tower.Holmgren, who spoke to a lawyer, said she suspected the town was buying time, and that once Verizon goes live at the tower there would be no way to get it turned off. “I’m trying to get an emergency meeting scheduled for next week so we can plead our case one more time before the tower is turned on,” she said. “We work here,” Shaffery said. “Obviously, that was a concern of ours. If it was built by me (my house) I’d probably be upset about it as well. But we do work here and there is nothing definitive that says this causes (health problems).”Neff and members of the borough council agreed to move forward with residents’ requests to pay an independent third party to monitor radio waves from the tower to ensure they are within the limits agreed upon with Verizon. They also agreed to have the borough attorney look over the contract with Verizon to find out what the penalties would be to sever ties with the company. Holmgren, who started the Facebook group “Little Silver Citizens Against the Cell Tower” in hopes of getting more people involved, said she and others felt misled by the public information that had been released about the tower and disappointed in the decision-making that lead to it. One example, she noted, was a plan approved in Sea Bright where the cell tower and base resemble a sailboat mast and lifeguard stand.Borough officials were not sure what options were available, but assured residents they would explore their concerns and requests.“Please come back to the next meeting,” said Councilman Dane Mihlon, who noted that many of these discussions had happened before, but with less public participation. “I really wish you were all here a year ago.”“We’ll try to be responsive,” Neff added. “Honestly, I don’t think any of us expected this. We’ll see if there’s something that can be done.”This article was first published in the May 25-June 1, 2017 print edition of The Two River Times.last_img read more

Cards, Lancers all tied up, 0-0

first_imgLa Serna keeper Steven Goetzinger turned in two of his three saves during the overtime, but his most critical save came early in the second half. In the 46th minute, Whittier forward Jesus Lazaro was tripped from behind while in the penalty box. On the ensuing penalty kick, Goetzinger scooped up the low shot to maintain the scoreless tie. “Our defense is incredible,” said Cardinals first-year coach Saul Mendoza, splitting the coaching duties with Rafael Mendoza. “We didn’t finish some goals we should have. We had opportunities, but our defense kept us in the game.” The Cardinals (2-5-1, 0-0-1) pressured La Serna throughout the game, sending forwards Lazaro and sophomore Mario Esquer after long balls from Anaya and Sanabria. Led by a pair of juniors – sweeper Michael Ellison and defender Luis Perez – the Lancers’ defense met the challenge, limiting Whittier to nine shot attempts. “We hustled – we’re in good shape, probably in better shape than (Whittier) – and we’re aggressive,” Savala said. “We were utilizing the whole field. At halftime we said that we (had to) use the outside, and we started moving the ball well.” Said Saul Mendoza: “We’re rebuilding this year. We only have four seniors in our starting lineup so we’re looking to the future, but this year we will compete in league.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonAfter a somewhat sloppy first half in which both teams seemed content to put the ball in open space and let a teammate run to it, the Lancers (2-8-1, 0-0-1) took control of midfield behind the play of freshman Travis Davila. The Cardinals’ defense, led by junior sweeper Albert Sanabria, senior Jorge Mora, sophomore midfielder Jonathan Quezada and keeper Gustavo Anaya, consistently turned La Serna away. “That’s been our problem all year,” Lancers coach Jerrod Savala said. “We’re good between the two 18s (penalty boxes) but can’t put the ball in the goal. “We didn’t have trouble controlling the game, but if you don’t score, you don’t win.” La Serna created 18 shot attempts for the game, forcing Anaya to turn in seven saves. center_img WHITTIER – Whittier High School’s boys soccer team, hosting La Serna on Thursday, provided the necessary defense to earn a 0-0 tie in overtime in a Del Rio League opener. Both teams had scoring opportunities in regulation and in the two 10-minute periods that constituted the overtime, but the respective defenses denied the opposition. last_img read more

Ohio Cattlemen’s Association BEST Program concludes a successful 17th year at annual banquet

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 2015-2016 Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) BEST (Beef Exhibitor Show Total) Program wrapped up on May 7 with its annual awards banquet held at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus.“The banquet is a time to celebrate the many achievements of our BEST participants, both in and out of the show ring,” said Stephanie Sindel, BEST coordinator. “Each participant is recognized for their hard work by family, friends and BEST supporters alike.”Several representatives from program sponsors, Bob Evans Farms, Burroughs Frazier Farms, Farm Credit Mid-America, M.H. Eby, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and Weaver Livestock, were on hand to help present awards totaling more than $50,000 in belt buckles, luggage, show materials and other awards.This year’s BEST program featured 15 sanctioned shows that weaved its way across the state with over 550 youth participants showing 740 head of market animals and heifers. Banquet sponsorsThe BEST program also receives tremendous support for awards and the awards banquet. The 2015-2016 banquet and award sponsors were Hamilton Insurance Agency, Harsh’s Farm Service, Heritage Cooperative, Highland Livestock Supply, Kent Nutrition Group, Merchants National Bank, United Producers, Inc. and Weaver Leather Livestock.  These sponsors donated a wonderful set of door prizes and offered monetary support for awards.State breed associations sponsoring belt buckle cases for the winners in each of the respective breeds: Buckeye Hereford Association, Ohio Angus Association, Ohio Mid-Eastern Maine-Anjou Association, Ohio Shorthorn Breeders Association and Ohio Simmental Association. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association sponsored the remaining breeds’ winners. BEST CommitteeThe OCA BEST program functions with the strong backing of the BEST Committee. Serving on the BEST Committee are Chairman Todd Pugh, Vice-Chairman Mark Hara, Patricia Cluxton, Brandon Corry, Ashley Culp, Alice Frazier, Breanne Gabriel, Roy Norman, Bob Siegel and Bill Tom – the Ohio State Fair Beef Director. Sally Puzacke served as the Buckeye Classic show representative. During the BEST awards banquet, the new junior representatives for the 2016-2017 season were announced. They are Karigan Blue, Henry County; Brianna Ellish, Miami County; Haley Frazier, Jackson County and Kyle Piscione, Medina County. Continuing for her second term is Natalie Wagner, Brown County. Youth scholarshipsBEST participants efforts’ in academics and extracurricular activities are also recognized through the BEST Scholarship program, awarding three $1,000 scholarships. Scholarship winners were Adison Niese, Richland County; Cole Liggett; Tuscarawas County and Natalie Wagner, Brown County. Novice scholarshipsNew BEST participants were eligible to apply for a Novice sponsorship prior to the start of the BEST show season. To be eligible, youth ages 8 to 21 had to qualify for the Novice division by being first or second year BEST program participants. Novice eligible participants submitted an essay that was reviewed by a panel of judges that ranked the scholarship applications. The selected participants received a scholarship worth $105 to cover the cost of their family’s Ohio Cattlemen’s Association membership for $60 as well as one head BEST nomination fee valued at $45. Youth chosen were able to redeem their scholarship at the first BEST show they attended. The Novice scholarship program is sponsored by Weaver Leather Livestock and the recipients of the scholarship include: Evan Born, Adam and Kayler Frey, and Alexandra Sabine, Lorain County; Luke Brinksneader, Darke County; Andrew, David and Elijah Brown, Scioto County; Dana Clinedinst, Morrow County; Gage Farrar, Jackson County; Andrew and Gregory Flax, Clark County; Payton Freed, Muskingum County; Caitlyn and Joshua Gaddis, and Brandon and Peyton Hogg, Knox County; Morgan Gillespie and Luke Keifer, Butler County; Bergan Leonhardt, Crawford County; Taylor Linebaugh, Greene County; Blake Martin, Huron County; Autumn Mohler, Union County; Joseph Moody, Carroll County; Abigail Myers, Tuscarawas County; Austin Nicholl, Logan County; Evan Pope, Gallia County; Aaron Post, Mercer County; Logan and Luke Schroeder, Defiance County; Lauren and Megan Schulte, Putnam County; Emily Scott, Portage County; Alyssa Strope, Belmont County. M.H. Eby Trailer winnerParticipants in this year’s program received an entry into the drawing for the free use of an 8-foot by 26-foot Eby Trailer complete with BEST logo detailing for the 2016-2017 BEST season, donated by Eby Trailer. Participants were given an entry for every animal they showed at each show throughout the season equaling more than 4,300 entries. The lucky winner was Kinley Kreis, Adamsville, Ohio. Community Service Fundraising WinnersBEST participants worked this season to raise money for two charities, Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Ronald McDonald House. Haley Frazier, Jackson, Ohio received a $500 gift certificate for a shopping spree with Weaver Leather Livestock for collecting the most pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House Charity. Abigail Thornton, Amanda, Ohio received a $500 gift certificate to be used on show supplies with Weaver Leather Livestock for being the top fundraiser in the Make-A-Wish project. Megan Becker, Whipple, Ohio was also a top fundraiser and received a $500 gift certificate Gift certificate winnersJosie Kidwell, Walhonding, Ohio, won the drawing for a $500 gift certificate toward the purchase of her next show animal from an OCA member. Winning a Show Pass valued at more than $850 was Hailee Carter, Millersburg, Ohio. A gas card valued at $100 was won by Josh Champer, Mount Sterling, Ohio. Novice show box drawingNovice participant Levi DeLong, Laurelville, Ohio won a new Show Box in a novice-only drawing, donated by Weaver Livestock. 15-show attendeesIt takes a lot of time and dedication for juniors and their parents to attend any of the BEST shows, but several individuals attended all 15 BEST shows across the state.  Forty-nine BEST participants won a single show pass for the 2016-2017 season.Photography contestThis year’s photography contest had top-notch entries encompassing four divisions: BEST Shows and Activities, Landscapes, People and Around the Farm. Three winners were awarded in each age division and an Editor’s Choice and Editor’s Choice Honorable Mention were selected from all submissions. The winners were as follows: Beginner Division1st Place Beginner — Morgan Love, Fairfield Co.2nd Place Beginner — Ashton Bain, Highland Co.3rd Place Beginner — Brenna Shaffer, Lake Co. Junior Division1st Place Junior- Amanda Annett, Knox Co.2nd Place Junior — Mason Love, Fairfield Co.3rd Place Junior — Amanda Annett, Knox Co. Intermediate Division1st Place Intermediate — Emily Dahse, Gallia Co.2nd Place Intermediate — Kyle Piscione, Medina Co.3rd Place Intermediate — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co. Senior Division1st Place Senior — Kelsey Decker, Fairfield Co.2nd Place Senior — Morgan Smith, Washington Co.3rd Place Senior — Morgan Smith, Washington Co. Editor’s ChoiceEditor’s Choice — Kelsey Decker, Fairfield Co.Editor’s Choice Honorable Mention — Amanda Annett, Knox Co. Heifer and Market Animal ChampionsBreed Division ChampionsAngusChampion Angus Heifer — Nevaeh Powers, Fulton Co.Reserve Champion Angus Heifer — Michelle Bockelman, Henry Co.Third Overall Angus Heifer — Jacob LeBrun, Scioto Co.Fourth Overall Angus Heifer — Ellie Kidwell, Knox Co.Fifth Overall Angus Heifer — Baylee Carey, Highland Co.Champion Angus Steer — Carly Sanders, Highland Co.Reserve Champion Angus Steer — Jacob LeBrun, Scioto Co. ChianinaChampion Chianina Heifer — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co.Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer — Abbie Collins, Preble Co.Third Overall Chianina Heifer — Jared Cluxton, Brown Co.Fourth Overall Chianina Heifer — Allison Herr, Fulton Co.Fifth Overall Chianina Heifer — Colton Burkett, Ashland Co.Champion Chianina Steer — Kinley Kreis, Muskingum Co.Reserve Champion Chianina Steer — Ethan Davies, Wood Co. HerefordChampion Hereford Heifer — Hudson Drake, Ross Co.Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer — Austin Hunker, Huron Co.Champion Hereford Steer — Noah Smith, Sandusky Co.Reserve Champion Hereford Steer — Jackson Grimes, Logan Co. Maine-AnjouChampion High % Maine-Anjou Heifer — Adison Niese, Richland Co.Reserve Champion High % Maine-Anjou Heifer — Kinley Kreis, Muskingum Co. Champion MaineTainer Heifer — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co.Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer — Dalton Kennedy, Adams Co.Third Overall MaineTainer Heifer — Ashley Buell, Licking Co.Fourth Overall MaineTainer Heifer — Rufus Levi Tackett, Scioto Co.Fifth Overall MaineTainer Heifer — Jordan Johnson, Gallia Co.Champion Maine-Anjou Steer — Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer — Lindsey Pugh, Stark Co.Third Overall Maine-Anjou Steer — Victoria Waits, Fayette Co.Fourth Overall Maine-Anjou Steer — Kendal Widman, Crawford Co.Fifth Overall Maine-Anjou Steer — Clay Foor, Licking Co. ShorthornChampion Shorthorn Heifer — Taylor Morbitzer, Franklin Co.Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer — Jessica Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Third Overall Shorthorn Heifer — Samantha VanVorhis, Wood Co.Fourth Overall Shorthorn Heifer — Brandee Painter, Licking Co.Fifth Overall Shorthorn Heifer — Cole McLaughlin, Monroe Co.Champion Shorthorn Steer — Emma Mathews, Clinton Co.Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer — Tanner Cordes, Montgomery Co.Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer — Allison Davis, Carroll Co.Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer — Reilly Jacobs Bell, Muskingum Co.Champion ShorthornPlus Steer — Noah Cox, Athens Co.Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer — Victoria Waits, Fayette Co. SimmentalChampion Simmental Heifer — Olivia Dickson, Licking Co.Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer — Cade Liggett, Tuscarawas Co.Champion % Simmental Heifer — Brooke Hayhurst, Wayne Co.Reserve Grand Champion % Simmental Heifer — Austin Garner, Butler Co.Third Overall % Simmental Heifer — Matthew Koverman, Scioto Co.Fourth Overall % Simmental Heifer — Tyson Woodard, Guernsey Co.Fifth Overall % Simmental Heifer — Nick McConnell, Knox Co.Champion Simmental Steer — Kinzee Shafer, Preble Co.Reserve Champion Simmental Steer — Delaney Jones, Allen Co. AOBChampion AOB Heifer — Austin Hunker, Huron, Co.Reserve Champion AOB Heifer — Austin Schneder, Clinton Co.Champion AOB Steer — Zane Davison, Madison Co.Reserve Champion AOB Steer — Kennedy Thompson, Clinton Co. MiniatureChampion Miniature Heifer — Isaac Wiley, Morrow Co.Reserve Champion Miniature Heifer — Walker Wiley, Morrow Co.Champion Miniature Steer — Franklin Kinney, Logan Co.Reserve Champion Miniature Steer — Henry Strow, Wood Co. Market HeiferChampion Market Heifer — Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.Reserve Champion Market Heifer — Austin Schneder, Clinton Co.Third Overall Market Heifer — Lauren McIntosh, Brown Co.Fourth Overall Market Heifer — Caroline Blay, Portage Co.Fifth Overall Market Heifer — Rufus Levi Tackett, Scioto Co. CrossbredChampion Crossbred Heifer — Destiny LaFever, Ashland Co.Reserve Champion Crossbred Heifer — Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.Third Overall Crossbred Heifer — Karlie Kennedy, Adams Co.Fourth Overall Crossbred Heifer — Kylee Bloomfield, Crawford Co.Fifth Overall Crossbred Heifer — Abbie Collins, Preble Co.Champion Crossbred Steer — Abigail Myers, Tuscarawas Co.Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer — Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.Third Overall Crossbred Steer — Caden Jones, Allen Co.Fourth Overall Crossbred Steer — Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Fifth Overall Crossbred Steer — Alayna Kellar, Harrison Co.Sixth Overall Crossbred Steer — Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co.Seventh Overall Crossbred Steer — Carter Smith, Holmes Co.Eighth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Alayna McIntosh, Brown Co.Eighth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Jayden Shriver, Gallia Co.Ninth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Jonna Goss, Hocking Co.Ninth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co.Tenth Overall Crossbred Steer — Adam Thompson, Clinton Co.Eleventh Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Mindy Barr, Pickaway Co.Eleventh Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Danielle Hoffman, Richland Co.Twelfth Overall Crossbred Steer — Madalynn Bruckelmyer, Licking Co.Thirteenth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Kelsey Crandall, Darke Co.Thirteenth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Mackenzie Hursey, Tuscarawas Co.Fourteenth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Brice Phelps, Union Co.Fourteenth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Hayden Belleville, Wood Co.Fifteenth Overall Crossbred Steer — Caitlin Gallagher, Lorain Co. BEST Novice ChampionsHeifersChampion Novice Heifer (tie) — Olivia Dickson, Licking Co. –  Purebred SimmentalChampion Novice Heifer (tie) — Destiny LaFever, Ashland Co. — CrossbredReserve Champion Novice Heifer (tie) — Nevaeh Powers, Fulton Co. — AngusReserve Champion Novice Heifer (tie) — Kylee Bloomfield, Crawford Co. – CrossbredThird Overall Novice Heifer (tie) — Ellie Day, Ross Co. — CrossbredThird Overall Novice Heifer (tie) — Jordan Moffit, Huron Co. – CrossbredFourth Overall Novice Heifer — Gage Farrar, Jackson Co. – CrossbredFifth Overall Novice Heifer — Rufus Levi Tackett, Scioto Co. – MaineTainerSixth Overall Novice Heifer — Lauren McIntosh, Brown Co. – CrossbredSeventh Overall Novice Heifer — Hannah French, Huron Co. – CrossbredEighth Overall Novice Heifer — Maddox Cupp, Fairfield Co. – HerefordNinth Overall Novice Heifer — Allison Herr, Fulton Co. – ChianinaTenth Overall Novice Heifer — Tyson Woodard, Guernsey Co. – % Simmental Market AnimalsChampion Novice Steer — Carly Sanders, Highland Co. – AngusReserve Champion Novice Steer (tie) — Tanner Cordes, Montgomery Co. — ShorthornReserve Champion Novice Steer (tie) — Abigail Myers, Tuscarawas Co. – CrossbredThird Overall Novice Steer — Jacob LeBrun, Scioto Co. – AngusFourth Overall Novice Steer — Franklin Kinney, Logan Co. – MiniatureFifth Overall Novice Steer — Caden Jones, Allen Co. – CrossbredSixth Overall Novice Steer — Alayna Kellar, Harrison Co. – CrossbredSeventh Overall Novice Steer — Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co. – CrossbredEighth Overall Novice Steer — Ethan Davies, Wood Co. – ChianinaNinth Overall Novice Steer — Delaney Jones, Allen Co. — Purebred SimmentalTenth Overall Novice Steer — Jayden Shriver, Gallia Co. – Crossbred BEST Bred & Owned ChampionsHeifersChampion Bred & Owned Heifer — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co. – MaineTainerReserve Champion Bred & Owned Heifer— Ashley Buell, Licking Co. – MaineTainerThird Overall Bred & Owned Heifer — Jordan Johnson, Gallia Co. – MaineTainerFourth Overall Bred & Owned Heifer — Michelle Bockelman, Henry Co. – AngusFifth Overall Bred & Owned Heifer— Mya Hetrick, Sandusky Co. – Shorthorn SteersChampion Bred & Owned Steer — Wally Minges, Butler Co. – ShorthornPlusReserve Champion Bred & Owned Steer — Ian Gehret, Darke Co. — Maine-AnjouThird Overall Bred & Owned Steer — Luke McKee, Knox Co. — Maine-AnjouFourth Overall Bred & Owned Steer — Brooke Weeks, Champaign Co. — Maine-AnjouFifth Overall Bred & Owned Steer — Austin Nicholl, Logan Co. — Chianina BEST Showmanship WinnersNoviceChampion Novice Showman — Allison Herr, Fulton Co.Reserve Novice Showman — Drew Browning, Muskingum Co.Third Overall Novice Showman — Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co.Fourth Overall Novice Showman — Beau Johnson, Gallia Co.Fifth Overall Novice Showman — Dakota Warnimont, Putnam Co.Sixth Overall Novice Showman — Abigail Thornton, Fairfield Co.Seventh Overall Novice Showman — Shala Graham, Licking Co.Eighth Overall Novice Showman — Avery Moore, Erie Co.Ninth Overall Novice Showman — Levi DeLong, Ross Co.Tenth Overall Novice Showman — Paige Pence, Clark Co. BeginnerChampion Beginner Showman — Hudson Drake, Ross Co.Reserve Beginner Showman — Ellie Day, Ross Co.Third Overall Beginner Showman — Karlie Kennedy, Adams Co.Fourth Overall Beginner Showman — Neveah Powers, Fulton Co.Fifth Overall Beginner Showman — Sydney Sanders, Highland Co.Sixth Overall Beginner Showman — Madison Paden, Guernsey Co.Seventh Overall Beginner Showman — Blake Herdman, Highland Co.Eighth Overall Beginner Showman — Carly Sanders, Highland Co.Ninth Overall Beginner Showman — Ethan Davies, Wood Co.Tenth Overall Beginner Showman — Logan Schroeder, Defiance Co. JuniorChampion Junior Showman — Victoria Waits, Fayette Co.Reserve Champion Junior Showman — Chris Tooms, Muskingum Co.Third Overall Junior Showman — Harrison Blay, Portage Co.Fourth Overall Junior Showman — Mya Hetrick, Sandusky Co.Fifth Overall Junior Showman — Destiny Lafever, Ashland Co.Sixth Overall Junior Showman — Fulton Kennedy, Adams Co.Seventh Overall Junior Showman — Erin Pope, Gallia Co.Eighth Overall Junior Showman — Hunter Harris, Adams Co.Ninth Overall Junior Showman — Caden Jones, Allen Co.Tenth Overall Junior Showman — Kinzee Shafer, Preble Co. IntermediateChampion Intermediate Showman — Allison Davis, Carroll Co.Reserve Champion Intermediate Showman — Dalton Kennedy, Adams Co.Third Overall Intermediate Showman — Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Fourth Overall Intermediate Showman — Olivia Wood, Clinton Co.Fifth Overall Intermediate Showman —Jordan Johnson, Gallia Co.Sixth Overall Intermediate Showman — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co.Seventh Overall Intermediate Showman — Kyle Piscione, Medina Co.Eighth Overall Intermediate Showman — Cade Liggett, Tuscarawas Co.Ninth Overall Intermediate Showman — Emily Paden, Guernsey Co.Tenth Overall Intermediate Showman (tie) — Hannah Topmiller, Warren Co.Tenth Overall Intermediate Showman (tie) — Haley Frazier, Jackson Co. SeniorChampion Senior Showman — Taylor Morbitzer, Franklin Co.Reserve Champion Senior Showman (tie) — Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.Reserve Champion Senior Showman (tie) — Jessica Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Third Overall Senior Showman — Emma Mathews, Clinton Co.Fourth Overall Senior Showman — Mindy Barr, Pickaway Co.Fifth Overall Senior Showman — Austin Garner, Butler Co.Sixth Overall Senior Showman — Danielle Whitted, Portage Co.Seventh Overall Senior Showman — Bricen Hess, Highland Co.Eighth Overall Senior Showman — Brianna Ellish, Miami Co.Ninth Overall Senior Showman — Lindsey Pugh, Stark Co.Tenth Overall Senior Showman — Jacob Jones, Brown Co.last_img read more

A Habitat Home Tames Construction Costs, Lands LEED Gold

first_imgOne of the happiest – and greenest – outcomes in Habitat for Humanity’s quest to provide housing for low-income families is a recently completed ranch-style home just west of downtown Rochester, New York.A dedication ceremony for the home, held in its front yard on September 26, highlighted the excitement of homeowner Fredericka Washington and her daughter, Courtney, and praised the efforts of Flower City Habitat for Humanity (the local affiliate) and the design and building professionals and other sponsors and volunteers who helped complete the project for about $102,000 in building costs.Just as impressive, though, is the fact that the house – a three-bedroom, one-bath, with 1,056 sq. ft. of interior space – was completed with enough green features to make it the first Habitat home in Rochester to earn a LEED certification. The home was constructed using a waste-reducing framing system, and includes a tankless water heating system and low-flow fixtures, condensing-type furnace, additional wall insulation including soy-based spray foam, an Energy Star rating, extensive sorting and recycling of construction waste, and water-efficient landscaping. All that, and other features relevant to construction and site location, earned the property a LEED Gold rating.As Bill Bartlett, construction manager for FCHH, told the Democrat & Chronicle, a similar home without all the green features would have cost about 10% to 15% less. The LEED certification process, including documentation and third-party verification, added $3,000 to the price.last_img read more

Los Angeles takes another step toward 2028 Games

first_imgUPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension City analysts concluded that the 2028 plan, while incomplete, included significant safeguards for taxpayer dollars. The Olympics have a notorious history of runaway costs, but city officials have argued their proposal can stay within budget by relying on the region’s many existing stadiums and arenas, including the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Staples Center.Los Angeles had bid on the 2024 Games, but embraced the 2028 alternative after Paris emerged as the front-runner for 2024 and the IOC proposed the unusual dual award.At one point during the sometimes tense meeting, Councilman Joe Buscaino shouted at a heckler, “This is right for the city.” As the vote was being taken, protesters yelled from the back of the council chamber, “Let us speak” and “sellout.”Steve Ducey of No Olympics LA, an opposition group, said the vote would take place without an independent budget analysis.“Shame on you,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Much of the meeting amounted to a choreographed tribute to the city’s Olympic legacy, with frequent references to the LA Games in 1932 and 1984 and the athletes who competed in them.Olympic champions Carl Lewis and Janet Evans, who are part of a private committee behind the bid, urged approval of the plan.Lewis, holder of nine Olympic gold medals in track and field, said the Games are not just an event, “it’s about a whole city.”The deal comes with millions of dollars of financial sweeteners for accepting the later date. However, the extra four years pose challenges for Los Angeles from maintaining public interest to rewriting deals for stadiums, arenas and housing that were all hooked to 2024.City analysts recommended the council approve the contract, which faced an Aug. 18 deadline, but also emphasized a revised budget for 2028 could take months to complete.“There are inherent risks to hosting such major events so far into the future,” city analysts noted in a report on the agreement.The bulk of the revenue for the Games is expected to come from ticket sales and corporate sponsorships.Part of the deal includes creation of a reserve fund to cover any cost overruns, with the city kicking in $270 million. The state is expected to commit a similar amount, but because of the legislative calendar the state might not be able to consider its piece of the proposal until next year.In a statement, Mayor Eric Garcetti called the agreement “the deal of a lifetime.” Read Next K-pop star Jung Joon-young convicted of gang rape, spycam crimes 2 dead in California school attack; gunman shoots self PLAY LIST 03:122 dead in California school attack; gunman shoots self00:50Trending Articles01:46US defense chief agrees it’s time to take another look at defense pact with PH01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief The vote followed a morning-long committee hearing that mingled civic cheerleading and salutes to Olympic champions past with warnings about potential costs and suggestions the international event would drive up housing costs and drive out the homeless.“This opportunity is too great, we cannot pass it up,” council President Herb Wesson Jr. said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe vote took place less than two weeks after the city announced an agreement with international Olympic leaders ceding the 2024 Games to rival Paris, while opening the way for Los Angeles to host the 2028 Games.The U.S. Olympic Committee board of directors must also approve the deal. The International Olympic Committee vote to award the two Olympics is scheduled for September in Lima, Peru. WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Neymar could finally make PSG debut on Sunday LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games LATEST STORIES View comments Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses FILE – In this July 30, 1932, file photo, doves are released during opening ceremonies of the Tenth Olympiad at the Coliseum in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles City Council is expected Friday, Aug. 11, 2017 to endorse a proposal to host the 2028 Olympics, following an announcement of a deal last month to leave 2024 to Paris.(AP Photo)LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles took another step Friday toward bringing the 2028 Olympics to the city, despite questions about future costs.The City Council voted 12-0 to endorse documents at the heart of its plan to stage the Summer Olympics for the third time since 1932. The contract outlines Los Angeles’ financial responsibility in hosting the Games, including covering shortfalls if the $5.3 billion plan runs into the red. In addition, a budget for the proposed 2028 Games has not been completed.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READlast_img read more

Rafael Nadal admits knee is not 100 per cent fit despite reaching Paris Masters quarter-finals

first_imgRafael Nadal, who reached the Paris Masters quarter-finals after beating Uruguay’s Pablo Cuevas, admitted that his right knee was not 100 per cent.Nadal on Thursday said that he would compete in the upcoming ATP World Finals in London if nothing went wrong, reports Efe.”It’s obvious my knee is not 100 percent fit. If not, I wouldn’t have asked the trainer to tape it,” Nadal said.The World No.1 said the objective of the strapping was to support the kneecap but did not give more details.”Even if I withdraw tomorrow, it does not mean that I would be 100 percent fit in London,” he added, insisting that if nothing went wrong he would play in less than two weeks in London.last_img read more

a month ago​Neville tells Man Utd to sign five players

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say ​Neville tells Man Utd to sign five playersby Ansser Sadiqa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Manchester United star Gary Neville believes the club has to sign FIVE players if they want to compete at the top end.United have endured a difficult start to the new season, with their latest setback being a 2-0 loss to West Ham United on Sunday.It leaves the Red Devils trailing in the pursuit of a top four finish. Now they face off against Arsenal at home in their next Premier League game.And Neville believes they will not be good enough unless they make significant investments in the transfer market.The ex-England defender said: “Ole will realise that that’s a really poor performance and that he has a lot of work to do.”This team is not ready. There will be lots of pain and it was painful today.”They were lethargic. When you let games drift and pass by, other teams gain confidence.”I’m not panicking but they need to really quickly and efficiently identify five or players to go alongside [David] De Gea, [Harry] Maguire.”They need a couple of midfielders, a striker to carry the frontline, a wide player and a left back.” last_img read more