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County judge candidates make case

first_img Twitter Ector County judge candidate Debbie Hays, left, explains what she believes are the three most important tasks facing Ector County during a forum with judge candidate Chris Fostel Thursday at the Odessa Country Club. WhatsApp By admin – February 9, 2018 Texas Fried ChickenSlap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasseroleUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakePowered By 10 Sec Croissant Breakfast Sandwich Casserole NextStay Both say they support creating a sales tax district for unincorporated areas of Ector County, which county officials estimate would raise about $15 million a year, or more than a fourth of the county’s current expenditure budget that relies mostly on property taxes. Incumbent county judge Ron Eckert said he plans to seek a May election on the issue after voters shot it down in November.Hays and Fostel said they aren’t set on a solution for the courthouse.But Hays, ranking the issue as one of her top three priorities, offered a proposal to build a new courthouse that she’s discussed in recent weeks: Finding a private company to build a new courthouse and the county entering a lease-to-buy arrangement.Hays argued it’s a strategy that would allow the county to avoid public debt, and building extra space to rent could allow that.“The courthouse needs to be remodeled or replaced,” Hays said. “I don’t really know what the best solution to that is, but I would like to start a conversation with those of you in this room, the community and the taxpayers.”Fostel didn’t offer a proposal for building a new courthouse but said Ector County voters might support a bond election if the county presented a better case than they did in 2013, when voters overwhelmingly shot down a $95 million bond issue.“A bond might pass if people knew what they were voting for,” Fostel.He rejected Hays proposal, describing it as a plan to “build a building and lease it like it’s a cheap Honda” and saying it showed a lack of “civic pride.”Fostel argued, repeatedly, that electing Hays, who could hear some cases but not misdemeanors and contested probate cases, would cause a backlog for the two County Courts at Law. In turn, that would lead to higher crime including the felony cases that he used to try in court.“This can’t just be the status quo in Odessa anymore,” Fostel said. “We can’t just set the bar in Odessa so low. If you take out a criminal court, that’s what’s going to happen.”That prompted a rebuke from County Attorney Dusty Gallivan, who supports Hays, during the forum. Gallivan said any backlog depends most on who is running the county attorney’s office and argued he had reduced those left by his predecessors.“I don’t like it when you try to use my office to instill fear in the voter that we will have a huge backlog if you are not elected,” Gallivan said. “Because that is not the case.”Hays, for her part, said it’s more important to have a businessperson who can manage personnel and budget.“If Ector County wants to be in the range of counties that still have attorneys and that’s what you need to do, then you need to vote for Mr. Fostel,” Hays said. “But the majority of counties in Texas do not agree with this logic.”The Republican primary election will decide the race, because there are no other challengers in the race. The election is March 6. Early voting starts on Feb. 20. Pinterest Chris Fostel, left; Debi Hays Republican candidates to become the next Ector County judge split on a strategy for replacing the courthouse and argued whether the county’s top administrator should hold a law license as they pitched themselves to lead a financially troubled government during an Ector County Bar Association forum on Thursday.One of the candidates is businesswoman Debi Hays, who argues that Ector County should prioritize financial acumen and a management background over a legal license and that most counties throughout the state are not run by attorneys. The other candidate is Chris Fostel, a prosecutor who resigned his position in the Ector County District Attorney’s office to run for the top county job and who argues that it’s critical for the county judge to hear misdemeanor criminal cases.The attorneys in the room asked mostly about longstanding issues: Shoring up funds for a county facing the likelihood of another budget deficit and addressing a courthouse in disrepair.The candidates listed different priorities — Hays said her primary concern is tackling the county’s budget crisis and Fostel cited infrastructure, calling for asking the state and federal government for more road funding. 1 of 6 Ector County judge candidate Christ Fostel, right, explains why he believes he is a better candidate than Debbie Hays during a forum hosted by the Ector County Bar Association Thursday at the Odessa Country Club. Facebook Landgraf prepares for state budget debate Pinterestcenter_img Ector County District Court Judge Sara Billingsley speaks about sewage falling from the ceiling in the Ector County Court House during a forum with judge candidates Chris Fostel and Debbie Hays Thursday at the Odessa Country Club. Local NewsGovernment County judge candidates make case Chris Fostel, left; Debi Hays Ector County District Court Judge Sara Billingsley speaks about sewage falling from the ceiling in the Ector County Court House during a forum with judge candidates Chris Fostel and Debbie Hays Thursday at the Odessa Country Club. Twitter Home Local News Government County judge candidates make case Ector County judge candidate Christ Fostel, right, explains why he believes he is a better candidate than Debbie Hays during a forum hosted by the Ector County Bar Association Thursday at the Odessa Country Club. 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Special NDPS Court Grants Bail To Showik Chakraborty In Drugs Case

first_imgNews UpdatesSpecial NDPS Court Grants Bail To Showik Chakraborty In Drugs Case Nitish Kashyap2 Dec 2020 6:16 AMShare This – xA Special NDPS Court in Mumbai granted bail to actress Rhea Chakraborty’s brother Showik Chakraborty on Wednesday. He was arrested in relation to the Narcotic’s Control Bureau’s investigation in the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who was found dead at his home in Bandra on June 14..Special NDPS Judge GB Gurao granted bail to the 24-year-old son of a former army officer who has been in…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA Special NDPS Court in Mumbai granted bail to actress Rhea Chakraborty’s brother Showik Chakraborty on Wednesday. He was arrested in relation to the Narcotic’s Control Bureau’s investigation in the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who was found dead at his home in Bandra on June 14..Special NDPS Judge GB Gurao granted bail to the 24-year-old son of a former army officer who has been in jail for almost three months, on a personal bond of Rs.50,000. Showik has been in Taloja jail since September 5 and was arraigned as an accused under Section 8(c) read with Sections 20(b)(ii),22,27A,28,29 and 30 of the NDPS Act, 1985. It is the NCB’s case that Showik Chakraborty gave a statement to them revealing that he used to facilitate the delivery to arrange drugs through accused Abdel Parihar by accused Kaizan Ebrahim and accused Zaid Vilatra. These deliveries used to be received by aides of Late Sushant Singh Rajput and every delivery and payment was in knowledge of Showik’s sister and co accused Rhea Chakraborty, NCB alleges.However, appearing on behalf of Showik Chakraborty, Advocate Ayaz Khan relied upon a recent judgment of the Supreme Court in Tofan Singh Vs State Of Tamil Nadu wherein it was held that confessional statements made to officers authorised to investigate NDPS cases are not admissible. Adv Khan submitted that his client has been falsely implicated in the case.Apart from Showik and his sister Rhea, Zaid Vilatra, Anuj Keswani, Abdel Basit Parihar, Kaizen Ibrahim are other accused in the case. In an order dated October 7, Bombay High Court granted bail to Rhea Chakraborty and others, but Showik and Abdel Parihar were denied bail.Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Block Party returns to B1

first_imgSaturday marks the return of the B1 Block Party, which will be held at 5 p.m. in the Legend’s parking lot and star Guster and Mayer Hawthorne, among others. The event was originally conceived after construction cancelled the annual student-run concert, “The Show.” “The Show didn’t have a place to go, and there really wasn’t anything going on at the beginning of the year last year so Legend’s decided to have it in the parking lot,” said Aaron Perri, general manager of Legends. “I don’t think it’s necessarily replaced The Show.” The Block Party may not have officially replaced The Show, but it drew a larger crowd last year than the annual show ever did. “It was a wild success last year. We had 5,000 people; it was bigger than The Show ever was. Even with five ticket booths, we couldn’t keep up with the line,” Perri said. “We couldn’t have been more pleased … People just really embraced it.” While the Block Party is, in part, a concert, Perri reminds students that the Block Party is unlike The Show in that it is about more than the music. He said he hopes students will take advantage of all it has to offer this year. “I feel like last year people kind of thought of it just as a concert and didn’t realize there was a lot more going on,” he said. “The idea behind it is that it’s really three attractions in one: the food, the festivities, the music. We actually have free food from 5 to 7 p.m., so that’s something new from last year.” Additional festivities include a rock wall, corn hole and a Eurobungy, which is similar to a trampoline with harnesses. There will also be a 21-and-over beer garden and food from Chick-fil-A, Papa Murphy’s and Jimmy John’s. While last year’s show was a fantastic success, Perri said he hopes this year’s improved Party will be an even bigger hit. “Five thousand’s a great number, and if we get to 5,000 again it really feels packed there in the parking lot, but we have room for every student,” he said. “We can accommodate about 8,000 out there.” With such a large crowd, Perri advises students to get tickets in advance to avoid long lines. This year, tickets can be purchased for 10 dollars online, at the LaFortune Student Center box office and at the entrance to the Block Party. “The tickets are only 10 bucks. We really try to keep prices down, even though the concert costs more,” Perri said. “Students should know if they buy tickets in advance, it will really save them some time.” Also returning is the B1 After Party, which sold out last year. DJ Whoo Kid, the DJ for 50 Cent, will be providing the after show entertainment. “The Block Party is a fantastic event … Legend’s is really proud to be able to present this and put it out there,” Perri said. “We hope this year students embrace it even more.”last_img read more

Daily Sport launches ‘The Bet’ for all wagering audiences

first_img Submit PMU bets big on French football and rugby coverage July 19, 2016 Share Related Articles StumbleUponcenter_img Share Racing Victoria purchases Racing.com domain August 18, 2014 Grant Miller – The BetUK news and entertainment publisher Daily Sport Limited has launched new property ‘The Bet – ‘TheBet.co.uk’, seeking to deliver the most comprehensive and simplified free information portal for all sports betting audiences.Launched under the tagline of ‘The Bet is #YourBestBet’, the Daily Sport’s new property aims to deliver wagering news, information, stats, form and odds across all major sports, illustrated through simplified content and terminology to engage wider audiences with sports betting markets.The development of the Portal has been overseen by the Daily Sport owner and serial entrepreneur Grant Miller, who details to SBC that The Bet will be run by a ‘team of sports betting experts and journalists’ capable of not only communicating but further simplifying sports betting’s jargon, trends and customs towards a wider audience.Launching The Bet, Miller stated: “Never before has the sports betting punter had so much FREE in-depth information at their fingertips from a single source.”Furthermore, beyond news and information, The Bet will reward its player community with a range of racing breaks which will be launched by its in development ‘Racing Club’ in the near future.Miller added: “We plan to make The Bet the go to place for everyone from your professional gambler to your once a year punter than fancies that cheeky flutter.”last_img read more