FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Dwight Ramos posted 26 points and 7 rebounds while shooting 8 of 16 from the field as the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos downed Dixie State 72-66 Saturday at the Burns Arena in non-conference NCAA Division II men’s basketball action.The Broncos built a 34-17 lead at the half and withstood a strong second half surge from the Trailblazers, which saw head coach Jon Judkins’ squad post 49 points in the latter 20 minutes of action.Matt Conway’s 22 points (which included a 13-17 performance at the foul line) led Dixie State in the loss.The Trailblazers are next in action November 23 as they host the Dixie State Thanksgiving Classic against the Academy of Art, a former Pac-West conference foe for a 7:30 pm tip-off. Brad James Tags: Academy of Art/Cal Poly Pomona/Dixie State men’s basketball/Dwight Ramos/Jon Judkins/Matt Conway/Pac-West Conference November 17, 2018 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Men’s Basketball Loses Season Opener To Cal Poly Pomona Written by
Gillian’s Wonderland Pier on the Ocean City Boardwalk will offer fun and adventures for families. (Photo credit Wiki commons) By Maddy VitaleWhen entering Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, where rides and amusements have delighted families for generations on the Ocean City Boardwalk, one may feel as if they’ve stepped into a time warp.And for the throngs of visitors who keep coming back to the amusement park that boasts one of the largest Ferris wheels on the East Coast at 144 feet high, nostalgia is a good thing.This was the first weekend that Wonderland Pier was open for business for the season. The park, which was founded in 1929, will be open during the week as well after Memorial Day.An ornate carousel that dates back to the 1920s is a staple for families who try their luck at the brass rings, a game they play while riding atop the carved steeds. There is an array of rides for kiddies to older children, including bumper cars, roller coasters, a log flume and a ride that plunges thrill seekers 120 feet down.The vintage carousel continues to be a favorite. (Courtesy Gillian’s Wonderland Pier)Reliving childhood for just a moment while watching children giggle and shout in excitement are commonplace at Wonderland Pier.And on the 90th anniversary of the amusement park, owner Jay Gillian said it has been a wonderful ride.Jay Gillian is the third generation owner of the amusement park, which was founded by his grandfather, David Gillian. The park was handed over to his father, Roy Gillian, before Jay followed in his footsteps.“It’s been an honor to be a part of the tradition of families enjoying the amusements in Ocean City through the generations,” said Gillian, who is also the mayor of Ocean City.He continued, “I am looking forward to honoring my grandfather, David Gillian, my uncle, Bob Gillian, and most of all my dad, Roy Gillian, on this summer’s anniversary of the Gillian family being on the Boardwalk for 90 years.”Suggesting a strong summer ahead, people lined up this weekend to get their discounted tickets, which are also on sale April 20.Families forgot the clouds and fog as they made their way into the pier. Children tugged on their parents and pointed to different rides they wanted to go on during their day of fun.An vintage photo of Gillian’s Wonderland Pier showcasing the old Ferris wheel. (Photo courtesy Gillian’s Wonderland Pier)Austen Fong, 3, of King of Prussia, Pa., knew her favorite ride. “The carousel,” she said with a smile and determination.Her mother, Michelle Fong, just smiled. The Fongs were visiting Austen’s grandmother, Kathy Fong, of Egg Harbor Township.“I was here yesterday to get the discounted tickets and we all decided to come down today,” Kathy Fong said. “Our family has been coming down for 35 years. We love Gillian’s for the rides and friendly atmosphere and they even do birthday parties.”Like the Fongs, Shelly Wiley and her sister, Brenda Halloran, both of Garnet, Pa., with a summer home they share in Ocean City, have been visiting the resort town and going to Gillian’s Wonderland Pier since they were little.From left, Taylor Halloran, 12, her mother, Brenda Halloran, her sister, Shelly Wiley, and her husband, Brett, with their children, Brielle, 6, and Drew, 5, all of Garnet, Pa., have their ride tickets ready.“We grew up coming here and now our kids are doing the same,” Wiley said.Wiley’s daughter, Brielle, 6, and son, Drew, 5, anxiously awaited the ride tickets. Their cousin, Taylor Halloran, 12, took them over to see what the claw game was all about until they could head to the rides.They planned to ride the race cars and the carousel and then get some ice cream, they said.Brielle said she wanted to go on the log flume and can’t wait to do that later in the season when it opens. Drew said he likes all the rides.The big celebration for the 90-year milestone will be held in June. The date has yet to be set.The log flume is a popular ride at the pier. (Courtesy Gillian’s Wonderland Pier)Melissa Brown, who handles public relations at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, said that the anniversary is really a yearlong celebration.She noted that the carousel, one of her favorite rides, will be a centerpiece of the anniversary festivities.“It’s always fun to watch families playing the brass rings game on the carousel,” Brown said.There are many things that make Gillian’s Wonderland Pier special, she emphasized.“Wonderland Pier is still very classic,” Brown said. “Generation after generation of people love it and keep coming back.”For more information visit www.gillians.com. A 2019 calendar of events will be listed on the website soon. Father and son Roy and Jay Gillian share their vision and passion for Gillian’s Wonderland Pier. (Courtesy Gillian’s Wonderland Pier)Gillian’s façade invites crowds in to enjoy the park. (Courtesy Gillian’s Wonderland Pier)Stephanie Bongiavanni, of Philadelphia, purchases tickets for her children, Robert, 9, and Julia, 7, from Melissa Brown.Taylor Halloran, 12, (foreground) teaches her cousins, Drew Wiley, 5, and his sister, Brielle, 6, the claw game.Erica Mousaw, of Manahawkin, (foreground) holds her daughter, Carson, next to her relative, Kathy Fong, of Egg Harbor Township, her granddaughter, Austen, 3, of King of Prussia, Pa., and mother Michelle Fong, while watching the vintage carousel at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier.
By Maddy VitaleWhere else can you see Chubby Checker, Kate Flannery from the show “The Office,” a host of beauty queens and SpongeBob SquarePants all in one place — on the water no less?Only in Ocean City.On Saturday evening, thousands of spectators watched the 65th annual Night In Venice boat parade in Ocean City unfold along the bayfront.Crowds watched in amusement as boats glided by decorated in everything from “The Greatest Show,” which was a crowd pleaser, to a “lobster boat” called “Mobster Lobsters.” There was even a boat with an ’80s theme of Ocean City’s former Strand Theater.(Video courtesy of Ian Crowley with special thanks to Kirk & Suzy Dolaway and Kenny Chesney)When Chubby Checker’s boat floated by Bayside Center, 520 Bay Ave., he waved to the onlookers and the crowd cheered. Flannery and Caissie Levy, star of Broadway’s version of “Frozen,” were also fan favorites at the parade.The parade lineup also included former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Freddie Mitchell, The Ocean City Theatre Company Show Choir, the Cousin’s Band and performer Andrew Hink. Dignitaries and officials also made appearances, including Mayor Jay Gillian, members of City Council and the Ocean City Beach Patrol.Music accompanied some of the boats and, depending on the tunes, delighted the spectators.Chubby Checker waves to the crowds.The boat parade was not the only event Saturday. There was also the decorated bayfront home contest. A fireworks display capped the entertainment.Michele Gillian, executive director of the Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce, said the event was exciting.“It was a great Night In Venice,” Gillian said. “The weather was better than ever. Over 80 boats participated. A lot of homes were decorated. The back bays rocked the night away with a spectacular fireworks display that topped off a wonderful event in Ocean City.”While thousands of spectators lined the bayfront, thousands more attended private parties at homes along the route from the Ocean City-Longport Bridge to Tennessee Avenue.The Wellens family, of Pitman, waits to see their first Night In Venice.Brooke Wellens, of Pitman, and her husband, Roger, and children, Chloe, 12, and Colby, 9, were excited for their first Night In Venice.They drove to Ocean City and grabbed a table at Bayside Center early enough to nibble on their dinner before the boat parade.“We come down for a week every year,” Brooke said. “We aren’t down for vacation this week, but wanted to come for Night In Venice. This is our first boat parade ever.”Chloe’s excitement grew as she talked about her favorite attractions. “I want to see the boats and the fireworks,” she exclaimed.Her brother echoed her sentiments.Sara Gault and her family live a long way from Ocean City now — in Kansas. She grew up in the Cherry Hill area.As Gault sat with family and friends in beach chairs along the bayfront awaiting the main event, she said, “My family grew up going to Ocean City for vacations. There is nothing like Ocean City.”“Everybody comes back here — even just to visit — because it is so special,” she added.Miss Night In Venice pageant winners wave to the crowd.Officials said home decoration and boat decorating contest results will be available Sunday.Ocean City Beach Patrol Capt. Jack Jernee was instrumental in planning Night In Venice in 1954 as part of the 75th anniversary celebration of the city’s incorporation.The first Night In Venice was actually in 1907, with cottages and bungalows along the bay illuminated with lights and torches, according to Ocean City historian Fred Miller.A U.S. Coast Guard boat holding more than two Auxiliary Coast Guard members led the parade.The celebration ended with a fireworks display and bonfire on one of the islands in the bay.This boat celebrates the 65th Night In Venice.The event lasted for a few years, then was revived in the 1920s before the modern run of 65 consecutive years began.Jernee had remembered the event from the 1920s when he brought it back, according to city spokesman Doug Bergen, who also provided some of the history of the Night In Venice.Kate Flannery has a good time entertaining spectators.Mayor Jay Gillian and his wife, Michele Gillian, executive director of the Chamber of Commerce, wave to the spectators.City Council joins in the parade.The Night In Venice parade showcased more than 80 boats. “The Greatest Show” boat was a crowd pleaser at the 65th annual Night In Venice boat parade in 2019.
The NHS public health functions agreement sets out the arrangements under which the Secretary of State delegates responsibility to NHS England for certain public health services (known as Section 7A services).The services currently commissioned in this way are: national immunisation programmes national population screening programmes Child Health Information Services (CHIS) public health services for adults and children in secure and detained settings in England sexual assault services (Sexual Assault Referral Centres)
It’s been five years since we last heard from the Arctic Monkeys. After touring in support of their fifth studio LP AM in 2013-2014, the band members redirected their focuses to side-projects. Flash forward to present day, and they’re back in full swing with a new album in the works (expect it to drop later this year) and a full tour schedule. While the newly added North American dates are scattered across the next four months, in between their previously scheduled European dates, Arctic Monkeys have confirmed 11 dates in the United States and Canada, with more expected to be added soon.First up, the band will hit Hollywood Forever Cemetery on May 5 in Los Angeles. Over a month later, they’ll return to the States to headline Firefly Festival in Dover, Delaware, before catapulting into action at the Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, NC, Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville, TN, and Coca Cola Roxy Theatre in Atlanta, GA. Then, toward the end of July, the band will regroup at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY, TD Garden in Boston, MA, The Anthem in Washington, DC, and Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, PA. August will see Arctic Monkeys perform at the Masonic Temple Theatre in Detroit, MI and Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON.Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 16th at 10:00 a.m. local time. See below for the full schedule. Head to the band’s website for more information.Arctic Monkeys 2018 Tour Dates:05/05 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery06/14-17 – Dover, DE @ Firefly Festival06/16 – Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat Amphitheater06/18 – Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater06/19 – Atlanta, GA @ Coca Cola Roxy Theatre07/24 – Queens, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium07/27 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden07/28 – Washington, DC @ The Anthem07/31 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events center08/01 – Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple Theatre08/05 – Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre
At the Sunward solar manufacturing facility in Winooski today, the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR) and Governor Jim Douglas kicked off a new initiative offering Vermont companies the opportunity to demonstrate their newest renewable energy and energy conservation products in the Vermont State Park system.The new initiative—dubbed the Vermont State Parks Innovation Challenge—is an opportunity for Vermont’s energy companies to connect with park visitors, and benefit from the Vermont State Parks brand, while making a contribution to an important state resource.Sunward, one of Vermont’s premier solar hot water companies, will be the first official innovation partner. All told, the company will donate a solar hot water system with an 80 gallon storage tank and a timber frame ground mount option, with a total retail value of approximately $11,000.“As you well know, Vermont is on the forefront of the green economy and a leader in the pursuit of 21st Century solutions that grow the economy and create good jobs,” said Governor Jim Douglas. “Vermont has always been a home for innovation. This initiative continues that tradition.”Forests, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Jason Gibbs said the Vermont State Parks Innovation Challenge combines Vermont’s ongoing investments in growing the green economy and workforce development with the state’s reputation as a leader in natural resource management. “The Vermont State Parks Innovation Challenge is a unique opportunity to build a partnership that further encourages growth in this economic sector and inspires innovation in Vermont’s green industry,” Gibbs said. Sunward president and CEO Joe Perrotto said his company is delighted to be the first official partner in this initiative. “Using Vermont State Parks as venues for demonstration offers companies a comparative advantage in the production and marketing of their products that they can’t get from other demonstration sites,” Perrotto said. “It is also a great way for companies to make a contribution to one of our state’s most valuable, and most popular, assets.”BENEFITS OF THE PARTNERSHIPCommissioner Gibbs said companies with demonstration projects in any one of Vermont’s 52 state parks will benefit from:· The power of the State of Vermont’s and Vermont State Park brands;· On site branding opportunities and passive access to park visitors;· Earned media; and· Access to the park(s) for demonstration and promotion of the product to prospective customers, as well as for video and photography. HOW DO COMPANIES APPLY?Companies interested in applying to have their products showcased in a Vermont State Park must send a product summary and proposal to [email protected](link sends e-mail) or by snail mail to:Vermont State Parks Innovation ChallengeC/O Vermont Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation103 South Main St.Waterbury, VT 05671-0601ABOUT SUNWARD SOLARSunward is a US company, headquartered in Vermont, and is an affiliate of Country Home Products. For over 25 years, Country Home Products has been designing and manufacturing hard-working, long-lasting, purpose-built tools to help people get the most enjoyment from the places they call home.Sunward™ is a company that was started to fill a void. Homeowners were desperately looking for more efficient, planet-friendly and cost-saving ways to deal with their energy. And solar hot water made perfect sense. Yet, no company had connected the dots for homeowners. Until Sunward. For more information, visit www.gosunward.com(link is external)###Jason GibbsCommissionerDepartment of Forests, Parks and Recreation
Total forms joint venture with Adani Group to target India’s renewable energy market FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Nikkei Asian Review:French energy supermajor Total has invested more than 37 billion rupees ($487 million) to form a renewable power joint venture with India’s Adani Group. The deal, finalized Tuesday, splits the ownership 50-50 between Total and the Indian conglomerate’s Adani Green Energy unit.The French company is pursuing clean energy amid the global push toward lower carbon dioxide emissions. Despite India’s current nationwide lockdown, Total sees demand for renewables growing in the long run as the government tackles air pollution.The joint venture takes over Adani’s solar projects, which span 11 Indian states and field a total power generating capacity of roughly 2 gigawatts. Through the partnership with Total, Adani plans to expand all renewable energy capacity, including solar, to 25 GW by 2025.The Indian government seeks to double renewable energy output to 175 GW in 2022, up from 86 GW as of November 2019. New Delhi targets capacity of 450 GW in the long term, focusing on solar energy.More: France’s Total invests $500m in India renewables with Adani Group
August 1, 2005 LAWS Regular News Pursuant to Standing Board Policy 1.60, the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar hereby publishes this notice of intent to consider or take final action at its August 26 meeting on the following items. These matters are additionally governed by Rule 1-12.1, Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, where applicable. Most amendments to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar that are finally acted upon by the board must still be formally presented to the Supreme Court of Florida, with further notice and opportunity to be heard, before they are officially approved and become effective. To receive a full copy of the text of any of these proposed amendments call (850)561-5751 — reference any requested proposal by its title or item number and date of this publication. RULES REGULATING THE FLORIDA BAR Chapter 2 Bylaws of The Florida Bar Subchapter 2-7 Sections 1. Bylaw 2-7.3 Creation of Sections and Divisions Summary: Changes the name of the “Out-Of-State Practitioners Division” to the “Out-Of-State Division.” Chapter 3 Rules of Discipline Subchapter 3-6 Employment of Certain Attorneys or Former Attorneys 2. Rule 3-6.1 General Summary: Throughout entire rule, clarifies the limitations imposed on suspended, disbarred, or disciplinary resigned attorneys when they are employed by lawyers and law firms. Subchapter 3-7 Procedures 3. Rule 3-7.2 Procedures Upon Criminal or Professional Misconduct; Discipline Upon Determination or Judgment of Guilt of Criminal Misconduct Summary: Substantial revision of existing rule: within subdivision (a), expands definition of “determination of guilt’; within subdivision (b), extends the conclusive proof of guilt provisions regarding felony cases to all criminal cases; within subdivision (c), requires a member of the bar who is arrested on felony charges to give notice of such arrest to the executive director within 10 instead of 30 days; within subdivisions (c) – (e), provides notice requirements for members, court clerks, and state attorneys regarding institution of felony charges against the member, and regarding determination or judgment of guilt of any crimes; within newly proposed subdivision (f) – current (e) – streamlines and conforms text to proposed amendments elsewhere; within newly proposed subdivision (g) – current (f) – deletes subdivisions (2) & (3) and adds that a petition to modify or terminate suspension shall not stay any suspension under this rule; deletes current subdivision (g); within newly proposed subdivision (h), adds new provisions for appointment of referee upon entry of a suspension order, and includes procedures and timelines for separate hearings on petitions to modify or terminate and petitions on sanctions; within newly proposed subdivision (i) – portions of current (h) and all of current (i) are deleted – revises current (h)(3) to clarify that a suspension remains in effect during any appeal of a criminal conviction; within newly proposed subdivision (j), revises existing provisions regarding expunction to include any disciplinary action under this rule, and to encompass criminal matters disposed by dismissal as well as acquittal; within newly proposed subdivision (k), adds that a respondent may waive the time requirements of this rule by written request and judicial approval; revises affected subdivision titles and other entries appropriately. Chapter 4 Rules of Professional Conduct Subchapter 4-1 Client-Lawyer Relationship 4. Rule 4-1.8 Conflict of Interest: Prohibited and Other Transactions Summary: Within subdivision (h), adds new language that would permit a lawyer – upon request of a potential client – to contract with the client to resolve through mandatory arbitration any malpractice claim by the client against the lawyer that may arise; sets forth required language for any such attorney-client agreement; proposed as companion to suggested amendments creating new rule 4-1.5(i). Subchapter 4-6 Public Service 5. Rule 4-6.5 Voluntary Pro Bono Plan Summary: Consistent with proposed changes in rule 2-7.3, changes the name of the Out-of-State Practitioners Division to the Out-of-State Division. Chapter 6 Legal Specialization and Education Programs Subchapter 6-1 Generally 6. Rule 6-1.2 Public Notice Summary: Consistent with court opinions and Bar committee determinations, updates the explanation of board certification for public notices in telephone directory yellow pages. Subchapter 6-22 Standards for Certification of a Board Certified Antitrust and Trade Regulation Lawyer 7. Rule 6-22.4 Recertification Summary: Within subdivision (a), adds “or trade regulation law” to certification area name consistent with headings and references elsewhere in subchapter; within subdivision (b), allows certification committee discretion whether to request samples of administrative, trial, or appellate memoranda or briefs from an applicant rather than mandating the submission of such materials. Subchapter 6-23 Standards for Certification of a Board Certified Labor and Employment Lawyer 8. Rule 6-23.3 Minimum Standards Summary: Within subdivision (c), expands qualifying experience to include service as a judge, hearing officer, arbitrator, or mediator in the 30 days’ minimum involvement in litigation and/or administrative proceedings; within subdivision (e) provides authority for the board of legal specialization and education or the labor and employment law certification committee to establish policies applicable to this rule. 9. Rule 6-23.4 Recertification Summary: Within subdivision (a), removes reference to language in 6-23.3(b) and restates that subdivision language verbatim; within subdivision (b) removes reference to rule 6-23.3(c) and restates that subdivision language verbatim, with proposed changes; within subdivision (c), adds authority for the board of legal specialization and education or the labor and employment law certification committee to establish policies applicable to this rule; also within subdivision (c), eliminates reference to rule 6-23.3(e) and restates subdivision language verbatim regarding how the education requirement may be satisfied. Chapter 10 Rules Governing the Investigation and Prosecution of the Unlicensed Practice of Law Subchapter 10-2 Definitions 10. Rule 10-2.1 Generally Summary: Within subdivision (a)(2), clarifies language regarding a person’s use of the title “paralegal” or “legal assistant.” Chapter 17 Authorized House Counsel Subchapter 17-1 Generally 11. Rule 17-1.2 Definitions Summary: Within subdivision (a)(6), rearranges wording of rule to clarify that an authorized house counsel must reside in Florida or soon relocate to Florida. Chapter 18 Military Legal Assistance Counsel Rule Subchapter 18-1 Generally 12. Rule 18-1.2 Definitions Summary: Within subdivision (a)(4), expands definition of “authorized legal assistance attorney” to also include a person who completes a resident military officer basic course which qualifies the person to be a JAG officer in their particular military service. STANDING BOARD POLICIES 500 Series – Committees, Sections and Divisions 13. Policy 5.10 Standing Committees Summary: Conforms name changes, additions, or deletions of various committees as necessary. 14. Policy 5.60 Section Budget Policies Summary: Based on suggested revisions within newly proposed SBP 5.63, deletes subdivision (f) regarding distribution of dues proceeds and redesignates subsequent subdivisions appropriately. 15. Policy 5.63 Administrative Support Policy Summary: New proposed policy for calculating the amount each section is to reimburse The Florida Bar for support services, including 80 percent of general and administrative allocation. Section charges range from $12.50 per paying member to $17.50, effective July 1, 2006. Allows in certain circumstances for support in excess of the amount collected, and for return of any excess paid if support costs are less. 600 Series – Continuing Legal Education 16. Policy 6.31 Distribution of Proceeds Summary: Changes codify the recently approved formula for distribution of CLE proceeds or losses between The Florida Bar and either co-sponsoring sections or the Out of State Practitioners Division. Effective July 1, 2005 distribution will be on a net basis after all costs, direct and indirect, have been paid. 1500 Series – Lawyer Regulation Policies 17. Policy 15.20 Recusal of Board Members Summary: Consistent with recent changes in policy 15.10, adds language within subdivision (a) to clarify that the president or presiding officer may order recusal of a board member in a disciplinary matter upon concurrence of a majority of the board; further clarifies that a recused member may not participate in any manner of discussions with any member or group of members of the board concerning the matter; adds new language stating that a recused member should not be present when the matter is being debated by the board. BLSE POLICIES 18. Policy 2.11 Exam Preparation and Administration, Applicant Misconduct Summary: Adds new subdivision (f) re applicant misconduct, stating that failure to follow staff or administrator instructions pertaining to the examination or its administration shall disqualify an applicant’s exam and application; redesignates subsequent subdivisions appropriately. 19. Policy 2.13 Applicant Review Process for Certification or Recertification Summary: Within subdivision (a), adds language to authorize area committee review and investigation of an application for certification in an area other than that overseen by the committee; also within subdivision (a), adds new language allowing applicant review by other members of the area committee or other committees in situations where a fair judgment cannot or might not be rendered due to actual or perceived conflict. 20. 300 Series – Certification Program Accreditation Summary: New proposed series of policies, to establish procedures and criteria to guide BLSE in its review and evaluation of programs and organizations that issue various board certifications to members of The Florida Bar. 3.01 Authority and Purpose 3.02 Definitions 3.03 Eligibility for Accreditation 3.04 Minimum Standards for Lawyer Certification 3.05 Minimum Standards for Lawyer Recertification 3.06 Applicant Procedural Requirements 3.07 Application for Accreditation 3.08 Evaluation Subcommittee 3.09 Evaluation Subcommittee Action 3.10 BLSE Action 3.11 Duration of Accreditation 3.12 Advertisement of Accreditation 3.13 Revocation of Accreditation 3.14 Revocation Process 3.15 Annual Renewal 3.16 Fees 3.17 Disclosure of Information BYLAWS 21. Health Law Section Summary: Within Article II (Purposes), adds a mission statement for the section; within Article IV (Executive Council) deletes outdated provisions dealing with terms of office during the section’s first year of existence after adoption of its bylaws; within Article IX (Committees) adds a Communications and Technology Committee, deletes the Substantive Law Committee, renames the Education Committee as the Education, Training and Information Committee, deletes the Nominating and Legislative Committees as full committees, and renames and reconfigures the Section Administration Committee as the Section Effectiveness Committee, to now include Nominating and Legislative Subcommittees; and within Article X (Miscellaneous) revises effective date of bylaws. 22. Tax Section Summary: Within Article VI, Section 4, changes the structure of the Federal Tax Division into five separate subdivisions and designated committees, with assistant directors who report to the division director; within Article VIII, Section 3, adds requirement that a proposed legislative position be within the scope of both Articles I and Section I of Article VIII of the section bylaws rather than one or the other. CLIENTS’ SECURITY FUND REGULATIONS 23. Regulation 14 Definition of Useful Services Summary: Revises regulation that states CSF claims “will be denied” if useful services were performed to a claimant, to read that claims “may be denied” in such instances; adds a definition of useful services. Proposed Board of Governors actions Proposed Board of Governors actions