Target Rabaul Mon, 19 Sep 2022 21:15:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Target Rabaul 32 32 Project Designer / Architect – New York, NY, USA | Works Mon, 19 Sep 2022 21:15:25 +0000

Larson Architecture Works PLLC is a midtown Manhattan boutique architecture firm with a diverse practice in high-quality residential, commercial, retail, and civic projects. Led by principal Doug Larson, the firm has a strong foundation in contextual design and work spans historicism to modernism. We seek creative, thoughtful and effective problem solving for our clients.

We continue to build a team and welcome applications from architects and designers who will work seamlessly with clients and colleagues to deliver projects of the highest standards.

Project designer/architect positions:

There is an immediate need for full-time project designers/architects to oversee new and ongoing residential, civic and commercial projects. Candidates should ideally have 3-8 years of experience with demonstrated project management skills and freelance work experience on architectural design projects.

· Generate presentation and creative design concepts and drawings.

· Know code requirements and prepare for code checks.

· Generate complete sets of working drawings.

· Coordinate project design efforts.

· Multi-task on multiple projects and be comfortable managing relationships with contractors and consultants.

· The project designer/architect must have substantial experience in the development of details, the provision of planning and design support in the preparation of drawings, design development and construction documents.


· Degree in Architecture (BArch, March or Architectural Technology).

· Strong AutoCAD skills are a must.

· Photoshop or other rendering capabilities are a plus.

· Strong visual and verbal communication skills.

· Ability to work confidently with team and managers on multiple projects.

· Registration is not essential, but a plus.

· Permanent legal work status in the United States.

Full-Time Benefits

· Paid leave as well as accrued sick/vacation/personal days.


· Health cover with employer’s contribution.

· AIA Membership.

· Pay for the first attempt to obtain a permit.

Please submit a resume, cover letter and portfolio in PDF format to including the position you are applying for. We will contact you after examination.


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]]> Hemphill Construction selected as project manager for OB Curtis water treatment plant Mon, 19 Sep 2022 16:01:00 +0000

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – A Florence-based contractor has been hired to manage the state’s ongoing response to the city’s main water treatment plant.

Hemphill Construction was awarded a contract worth over $1 million to “facilitate the response to the OB Curtis water treatment facility”.

The contract is for 60 days, with Hemphill beginning work Monday, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency communications director Malary White said.

Two other companies, the Lemoine Company of Lafayette, La., and Fortis Construction of Pearl, have also submitted bids, according to a notice of intent posted on MEMA’s website.

MEMA is currently paying for the work but will seek reimbursement through the Federal Emergency Management Agency, White said.

According to the request for quotation published last week, Hemphill will provide assistance in identifying potential plant vulnerabilities, assist in the preparation of a resiliency plan and help manage the overall response to resolve plant issues.

The state stepped in to make repairs to the Curtis plant after equipment failures left 150,000 people in the city without clean water. MEMA, the Mississippi State Department of Health, and the Mississippi National Guard responded to the crisis.

Water pressure and clean water was restored for customers last week, with a few small boil water advisories issued on September 19.

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Weekend headline: Czech architect behind Prague’s Dancing House dies Sun, 18 Sep 2022 08:56:44 +0000

Sports Celebrations mark 100th anniversary of Zátopek’s birth

Celebrations in the Czech town of Kopřivnice marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of Czech Olympic runner Emil Zátopek culminated this weekend with a long-distance race for all ages. Zátopek, who won three gold medals at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, was born in Kopřivnice on September 19, 1922.

Yesterday’s festivities began with a garden party near the house where Zátopek was born 100 years ago. The 22 kilometer race ended in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, where Zátopek and his wife Dana Zátopková, who won a gold medal in the javelin throw at the 1952 Olympics, are buried. Kopřivnice celebrated 100 years since Zátopek’s birth throughout the year; a statue of Zátopek was unveiled in his hometown on Friday.

Economy Czech Pirate Party proposes to lower VAT on fruits and vegetables

The Pirate Party of the Czech Republic has presented a proposal to reduce taxes on fruit and vegetables, Pirate MP Jakub Michálek told local media. The new proposal would reduce VAT on fruit and vegetables from the current 15% to 10%; to compensate, the VAT on sugary drinks would increase from 15 to 21%.

The new proposal is based on rising energy costs which have impacted the agricultural industry and led to extreme increases in food prices. “This situation concerns everyone who prefers a healthy diet and is faced with the current extreme rise in food prices,” says Michálek, adding that the measure would particularly help local fruit and vegetable producers.

Policy Chinese embassy criticizes Czech officials’ trip to Taiwan

A trip to Taiwan by a Czech delegation led by Senator Jiří Drahoš “undermines the political foundations of cooperation between the Czech Republic and China, and signifies clear support for separatist forces and Taiwan independence-related activities” , wrote the Chinese Embassy in Prague on its website.

The Czech delegation is currently visiting Taiwan until September 24. The Chinese Embassy in Prague has previously condemned official visits by Czech politicians to Taiwan, including a trip by Senate Speaker Miloš Vystrčil in 2020, as well as the recent visit by Taiwanese parliament speaker You Xikun to Prague earlier. This year.

Demonstration Hundreds of people join the Communist Party demonstration in Prague’s Wenceslas Square

An estimated 800-1,000 people took part in a demonstration in Prague’s Wenceslas Square yesterday organized by the Communist Party of the Czech Republic, protesting against the current Czech government’s approach to the conflict in Ukraine and energy policy.

“According to our estimates, around 800 to 1,000 people joined the protest, despite the bad weather,” Communist Party official Roman Roun told local media. Police monitored the protest and no incidents were reported. Two weeks ago, a similar demonstration by far-right parties against the current Czech government drew 70,000 people to Wenceslas Square.

Saturday, September 17, 2022

Culture St. Ludmila’s Church in Prague transformed into a basilica

Last night the Archbishop of Prague Jan Graubner presented the new Basilica of Saint Ludmila in a ceremony. During his sermon, he noted that Saint Ludmila was the patroness of education and childhood, and that freedom is only possible with the combination of knowledge and education.

zoo Female gorilla Duni arrives at Prague Zoo from Spain

Less than a week after receiving the male Kisumu gorilla from Austria, Prague Zoo has brought back the female Duni gorilla from Spain. Born in 2013, Duni is the daughter of Moja, the very first gorilla born at Prague Zoo. The new additions hope to continue Prague Zoo’s successful breeding program.

Duni arrived in Prague on Friday afternoon, transported by planes operated by the Czech army. “Right now Duni is already in the new gorilla pavilion at Prague Zoo,” zoo director Miroslav Bobek wrote on social media after his arrival. “She is completely calm and exploring her new surroundings with interest.”

Time The Czech Republic will see rain and cloudy skies in the coming days

According to the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, rain and cloudy skies are forecast for the Czech Republic over the next week. Still, hopes of an Indian summer with above-average temperatures have not been disappointed.

Over the weekend, precipitation and cooler temperatures will be greatest in the regions of Moravia and Silesia, which are expected to experience highs of 10 to 14 degrees Celsius. By the end of next week, however, temperatures across the country could hit 20 degrees Celsius.

Policy Babiš calls Czech PM Fiala a ‘coward’ for avoiding TV debate

Former Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš called current Prime Minister Petr Fiala a “coward” for avoiding a televised debate with him and other opposition party members. Fiala was originally scheduled to take part in a televised debate with Babiš, SPD leader Tomio Okamura and Pirate Party leader Ivan Bartoš on Sunday, but pulled out due to Monday’s funeral for Queen Elizabeth II.

“It’s a pity, I wanted to ask the prime minister about his drastic change of opinion regarding the energy price cap,” Babiš wrote on social media. In response, Fiala wrote that he refused to be part of Babiš’s “hybrid presidential campaign”.

Crime A Russian mole in the Czech Foreign Ministry escapes without punishment

An alleged mole who provided classified information to Russia for years from the Czech Foreign Ministry will most likely not be punished by Czech authorities, writes Deník N. The Czech Republic’s Security Information Service reportedly tracked the mole for years and presented the case to Prime Minister Petr Fiala earlier this year.

Although spying carries a potential sentence of 8 to 15 years in prison, the alleged mole will most likely avoid punishment as the evidence against him was collected by the Security Information Service. “It cannot be done because it is intelligence information that cannot be used in court,” a senior judicial source told Deník N. “The current law does not allow it.”

Glendale hires former Goodyear project manager | New Sat, 17 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000

Christian Green, a former Goodyear economic development project manager, has been hired for a similar role at Glendale.

Green began work as Glendale’s economic development officer on September 12.

He has 25 years of experience leading teams in strategic development and communication. His resume includes attracting major capital investments and overseeing major projects in the Southwest. He has been responsible for projects worth more than $14 billion, ranging from commercial and industrial markets to retail, aviation, healthcare and education markets.

In addition to working at Goodyear, he served as Director of Economic Development in Scottsdale. Most recently, he was Director of Development for Sonoran Crest, a commercial construction company in Phoenix. There he represented private clients through various phases of development, from site selection to design and construction.

“We are thrilled to have someone who is so well rounded bringing expertise from both the private and public sectors to the role of creating economic opportunity in Glendale,” said Glendale City Manager Kevin Phelps.

“Our city is growing, and his exceptional communication and business development skills make him uniquely qualified and valuable as we build on the momentum we have as a growth leader in Arizona.”

As Economic Development Officer, Green will assist the Economic Development team in attracting, developing, retaining and expanding businesses in the City of Glendale. He will be a main bridge between internal staff and the broader development community, building relationships, planning strategies and attracting business projects to the city. He will be closely involved in city-wide projects, including along the Loop 303 corridor, which is a global hub of development.

“This team is poised to continue to make a big impact on the state with development projects, which bring high-quality jobs to the city,” Green said. “I’m impressed with how they’re doing everything they can to streamline the process for businesses and make it a conducive business environment. I jumped at the chance to represent this fantastic community and to advance and promote this region.

The longtime West Valley resident was instrumental in strategic planning efforts for the development of Goodyear and Scottsdale.

“The key to success, in my opinion, is being a conduit to my client’s success,” Green said. “It will be my primary focus to work with the team to ensure the success of the project for our community.”

Green earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in international marketing and finance from Washburn University in Kansas.

The 2023 ARCHITECT Architecture & Interiors Awards are open for applications Fri, 16 Sep 2022 16:57:42 +0000

ARCHITECT has opened the call for entries for its 2023 Architecture & Interiors Awards, recognizing outstanding and innovative projects in the fields of architecture and interior design. The winning entries for this year’s program will be published in the January/February 2023 issue of ARCHITECT with extensive online coverage. Any project carried out after July 2020 is eligible. Click here to see last year’s winners.

Do you want to submit your project to the Architecture & Interiors Awards 2022? Here’s what you need to know:

Deadline for regular registration: Friday, October 1, 2022, 11:59 p.m. EST
Late registration deadline: October 14, 2022 11:59 PM EST

The program, now in its second year, offers 21 categories of projects in which to participate, encompassing areas of architecture, interior design and specialty detailing. The competition also charges a different fee depending on whether you register before the regular or late deadline, so start your registrations today!

Standard registration categories (Regular deadline: $160 | Late deadline: $210)


  1. Government and civic building: includes hospitals and healthcare, memorials, visitor or nature centers, infrastructure, airports, train stations, parking structures
  2. Institutional: includes educational institutions such as schools, libraries and universities
  3. Cultural building: includes museums, galleries, religious buildings, halls and theaters
  4. Hospitality: includes hotels, resorts and wineries
  5. Office building
  6. Sports and recreation: stadiums, arenas, fitness and recreation
  7. Adaptive Reuse/Historical Restoration
  8. Mixed use
  9. Landscape architecture: includes public or outdoor spaces, parks and playgrounds


  1. Large office interior (25,000 square feet or more)
  2. Small office interior (less than 25,000 square feet)
  3. Lobby and amenity area
  4. Brand experience
  5. Retail and showroom: includes pop-ups and temporary
  6. Leisure, health and wellness interior: includes spas, gyms, medical offices and hospital interiors
  7. Hospitality interior: bar/restaurant, hotel interiors, guesthouses and B&Bs
  8. Civic and cultural interior: museums, galleries, educational spaces and libraries
  9. Transportation interior: includes airports, bus and train stations, and parking structures
  10. Design for Impact: design with the community, projects that demonstrate a commitment to activism/social justice and social responsibility

Specialty Entry Categories (Regular Deadline: $130 | Late Deadline: $180)

  1. Innovative use of material
  2. Stairs

Click here to begin your application and read the full competition guidelines and eligibility criteria.

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How to bridge the gap between developers and designers Fri, 16 Sep 2022 16:34:00 +0000

One of the toughest conversations for front-end and web developers can be talking to designers. Kathryn Grayson Nanz argues it’s because of a language divide and she aims to change that.

Nanz should know: she lives in both worlds, as a UI designer and React frontend developer with Progress software. She presented “Learn Enough Design to Be Dangerous” at Tuesday’s Progress 360 conference in Boston, Mass.

“A lot of places where we see the friction is with the transfer [with design] or when the teams struggle and we feel that struggle between the two teams,” Nanz said. “They are trying to accomplish literally the same thing. They just get there with two different ways of describing it.

Teach developers the jargon — what kerning Where first means, for example — and that can help bridge the gap, she said.

ThemeBuilder Pro helps programmers design

Nanz sat down with The New Stack to update us on Progress Wednesday’s release of ThemeBuilder Pro, a revamped tool that makes coding design easier for developers.

Originally, ThemeBuilder was more of a tool for decorating components — essentially, for changing colors to reflect a company’s branding, she explained. The revamped tool supports deeper editing, from padding and margins to different typefaces. For designers, the company offered a set of Figma Kits parallel to its component library. But there was nothing that really empowered developers in companies without designers.

“For the teams that had a designer, they were great with the Figma kits,” she said. “Teams that haven’t done that are really, really struggling because they maybe don’t necessarily have a frontend specialist or someone who even – if they have a frontend engineer – is really focused on writing this type of CSS, which is becoming more and more [of] specialization. So we wanted to expand our offering, to allow teams to make these granular changes to the look of our components.

ThemeBuilder allows developers to customize components with a WYSIWYG style editor and then exports a set of CSS or TOUPET and drop it in the app.

It specifically targets those using Progress’s Kendo UI component libraries for jQuery, Angular, React, and Vue. Kendo offers a set of pre-built components so developers don’t have to create components like buttons, color pike date pickers, and data grids. In fact, Progress told TNS that datagrids are a major driver of adoption for their Kendo offering.

Developers can start with Material, Prime Where Fluid design, and when done, implement the design system through their UI components in web applications. They can make changes to themes in a visual UI without having to go into code.
It is available on Progress’ Telerik UI for Blazor, Kendo UI for Angular and KendoReact. Using the interface, developers can accomplish in minutes what would typically take hours or days, the company said in a statement. Press release.

The ThemeBuilder supports all Progress web UI component libraries including jQuery, Angular, React, Vue, ASP.NET MVCASP.NET Core, ASP.NET AjaxPHP, JSP and Blazoraccording to a business blog post.

Support for Kendo UI for jQuery, Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC, Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core, Telerik UI for PHP, and Telerik UI for JSP will launch early next year, the company said. Telerik UI for ASP.NET Ajax will continue to use the previous version of ThemeBuilder for the time being, due to significant differences in component rendering.

The company also announced new features for Blazor development frameworks, .NET MAUIAngular and React, to help developers create a consistent, high-quality, and accessible user interface.

Front expansion

In general, frontend developers are doing more and more beyond what was originally the frontend, both on the “frontend of the frontend and the backend of the frontend,” Nanz said, paraphrasing Brad Frostauthor of Atomic design.

“The interface gets so much bigger as JavaScript becomes able to do more,” she said. “We see these big frontend frameworks, that our frontend engineers who write React or Angular do a lot of business logic and backend type things on the frontend. This front line recedes more and more.

Disclosure: Progress Software paid for Loraine Lawson to attend its conference in Boston.

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‘Our restaurant is also a victim’: Owner after Markham poisoning Fri, 16 Sep 2022 15:17:00 +0000 Following negative comments on social media, adviser urges clients to get the facts straight and not be fooled by sensationalist comments that hurt a small business

It has been more than two weeks since a mass food poisoning at Delight Restaurant & BBQ in Markham resulted in 12 people being admitted to hospital. York Region Public Health ruled out deliberate poisoning, and the restaurant resumed operations two days later; however, reopening the doors did not bring back lost customers.

The Canadian Chinese Kitchen and Hospitality Association (CCHAC) held a press conference with Yongkang Liu, owner of Delight Restaurant, on September 8 to clarify the incident to the public.

“Our restaurant is also a victim of this poisoning incident,” Liu said.

According to him, the dish that made 12 people sick was made with a common condiment in Asia. “We went to the supermarket that day to buy kaempferia galanga powder, but instead we bought aconitum carmichaelii powder because both products were mislabelled.”

In other words, although the Chinese characters on the packaging of the item purchased by Liu were kaempferia galanga powder, the actual product code was aconitum carmichaelii powder.

Danny Li, senior instructor of traditional Chinese medicine at the University of Toronto’s School of Continuing Studies, confirmed that aconitum carmichaelii is a traditional Chinese herb, but could lead to serious poisoning if handled. inappropriately.

He pointed out that the main function of aconitum carmichaelii is to relieve pain, but due to the various alkaloids contained in this plant, it is very toxic.

“It cannot be taken directly; in most cases, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners use it for external use instead of internal use,” Li said, suggesting that ordinary consumers should not use it without doctor’s advice. .

While Liu regretted the consequences of the multiple poisonings, he stressed that it was not his intention.

Catherine Hou, chair of CCHAC, noted that even before the official conclusion of York Region Public Health, there were numerous accusations without further investigation on social media suggesting it was a “man-made poisoning”, and these negative impacts caused the loss of two thirds of the customers of the small business after its reopening.

Markham councilor Alan Ho also noticed the online attack on the Delight restaurant. He encouraged residents to check the facts themselves and not be easily fooled by sensationalist remarks that would hurt a small business in and serving the area.

Liu is a Cantonese chef with over 10 years of cooking experience. In November 2021, with love for restoration and a vision for a better life, he took over and renovated Delight Restaurant with his savings of over half a million dollars over the years, and officially opened in May 2022. However, this incident was not what he had expected.

As a regular customer of the restaurant, Councilwoman Amanda Collucci felt saddened to see the restaurant, which used to have queues in the afternoon, empty out. The quality of food and service is very good and the prices are extremely reasonable, she said, and people shouldn’t stop supporting local businesses because of a single accident.

Hou acknowledged that the poisoning incident was not only detrimental to the Delight restaurant, but also caused many Chinese restaurants to be questioned by customers for offering similar dishes, leading to a dramatic drop in orders. . The post-pandemic restart has been undermined and she doesn’t want the Chinese restaurant industry to take another hit from an incident that shouldn’t have happened.

On behalf of CCHAC, representing more than 1,000 Chinese restaurateurs, Hou called on all operators in the food supply chain to strictly control everything from packaging, labeling, distribution, storage and purchasing by well-trained professionals.

“Everyone in the industry should take responsibility for restoring and maintaining the reputation of the Chinese restaurant industry by preventing such incidents from happening again,” she said.

Scarlett Liu is a reporter with the federally funded Local Journalism Initiative at Markham Economist & Sun


Vancouver, BC, Sept. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reload resources ltd. (“Recharge” or the “Company”) (RR: CSE) (RECHF:OTC) (SL5: Frankfurt) is pleased to announce that the Company has made an advance of USD 22,475 for the rental of a storage facility in Argentina for QA/QC, geologist’s office, chain of custody and catering for drilling at coming to its Pocitos 1 lithium brine project in Salta, Argentina. The previous core of the 400m DDH is currently stored in Salta.

Recharge is working closely with its in-country advisers and has now engaged AIS Resources SA for project management, IVA related exchange rate and taxation services on the unique 400 meter diameter fully production well. financed that will confirm the throughput, lithium content and continuity of lithium brines through brine discharge measurements that have been delineated during previous drilling campaigns for the establishment of an NI 43-101 compliant resource.

Video of Pocitos drilling with exceptional to flow assess (2018 Drilling):

The high flow rate was encountered in the two holes drilled in 2018 at the Pocitos 1 Lithium project. This high throughput should result in reduced operating costs with fewer pumps needed, as well as ensuring the columns have enough brine with the Ekosolve™ extraction methodology being considered at the Pocitos 1 project.

CEO and Director, David Greenway says: “With QA/QC Protocolsoffice and catering now in place in Pocitos with the blessing of the community and advanced funds for the project managers and tax services, our intended drilling of a production diameter good at the lithium salt of Pocitos 1 is on the move forward rapidly. As you can see from the video link above, and available on the societythe websitethe impressive speeds lithium brines were substantial. Owith two existing drbad holes in placandits new drilling will be contribute to establishing an NI 43-101 mineral Resource estimate. We have greatly benefited from anot Argentine geological team that gave us the means at keep moving towards our next goals establish an NI 43-101 compliant company mineral Resource, a scoping study of the project, identifier off-take or supply opportunities for lithium products and strategic partners for the Pocitos 1 Pproject.

About the Pocitos 1 Lithium Brine Project

The Pocitos 1 project is located approximately 10 km from the township of Pocitos, Argentina, where there is gas, electricity, mobile phone and internet services. Pocitos I is about 800 hectares and is accessible by road. Previous exploration teams have spent over US$1.5 million exploring the project, including surface sampling, trenching, TEM geophysics and the drilling of two 400m holes which yielded outstanding results on brine flow. Locations for immediate follow-up drilling have already been designed and identified for future exploration.

Lithium values ​​of up to 125 ppm from laboratory analyzes conducted by Alex Stewart were recorded by AIS Resources Ltd (“AIS”) during the project’s first drilling campaign in May 2018. AIS used a system double packer sampling in HQ Diamond drill holes drilled to a depth of 409 meters. The brine flow was observed to continue for more than 5 hours. Both boreholes had exceptional brine flows. Recharge’s plan is to drill a third production-ready drill hole to work toward an NI 43-101 mineral resource calculation.

Qualified person

Phillip Thomas, BSc Geol, MBusM, FAusIMM, MAIG, MAIMVA, (CMV), a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101, has reviewed the technical information that forms the basis of portions of this press release and has approved the disclosure here.

About Reload Resources

Recharge Resources is a Canadian-based mineral exploration company focused on exploring for and developing the production of high-value battery metals to create green, renewable energy to meet the demands of the booming electric vehicle market. and fuel cell vehicles.

All stakeholders are encouraged to follow the company on its social media profiles on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

On behalf of the Board of Directors,

David Greenway

David Greenway, CEO

For more information, please contact:

Recharge Resources Ltd.
Mr. Joel Warawa
Phone: 778-588-5473

Neither the Canadian Securities Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the CSE) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Disclaimer Regarding Forward-Looking Information
Certain statements in this release are forward-looking statements, which reflect management’s expectations regarding Recharge’s intention to continue to identify potential transactions and make certain changes and applications to the business. Forward-looking statements consist of statements that are not purely historical, including statements regarding beliefs, plans, expectations or intentions regarding the future. These statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results, performance or developments to differ materially from those contained in the statements. No assurance can be given that any of the events anticipated by the forward-looking statements will occur or, if they occur, what benefits Recharge will derive therefrom. These forward-looking statements reflect management’s current beliefs and are based on certain expectations, estimates and assumptions which may prove to be incorrect. A number of risks and uncertainties could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by any forward-looking statements, including the results of exploration or examination of properties that Recharge acquires. These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this press release, and Recharge undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements, or to update the reasons why actual results differed from those projected in the forward-looking statements, except in accordance with applicable securities laws.

]]> Fake soy factory dismantled in Faridabad, owner detained Wed, 14 Sep 2022 17:34:46 +0000

A joint team of officers from the Chief Minister’s Flying Squad, Faridabad Police and Food Security Department on Tuesday dismantled a manufacturing unit producing fake soybean chaap in Mujesar Industrial Zone, Sector 22 Three underage boys working in the unit were also rescued in the operation, police said.

Police recovered 20,000 kg of refined wheat flour, chemical fertilizers and 200 kg of fake soybeans from the unit. Anil Kumar, a resident of Faridabad identified as the prime suspect, set up the unit which had been operating for 18 months. He was arrested at the scene, police said.

Rajesh Kumar, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), CM’s flying squad, said the unit made fake soy chaap from refined wheat flour and sold it for 60 per kilogram. “The original soybean chaap is sold for 290 per kg in stores. Anil was selling the wheat product at a lower price to get maximum orders and establish his brand. He also hired three underage boys from a nearby village to work for him except for two other employees,” he said.

The workers were paid 300 for working 10 hours a day. “The product was prepared in unhygienic conditions and the raid team found a foul smell emanating from the unit. They found products packed in five bags, ready for delivery by Anil to the area,” said Kumar added.

The incident came to light on Monday after police received a tip on the basis of which a team was formed to carry out the raid. DSP Kumar, the owner, did not produce a valid license and confessed to the crime. “The food safety team collected samples which were sent to be tested in laboratories. During the interrogation, the suspect revealed that due to the high demand for soy chaap in the market, he had started making the product with refined wheat flour because it was cheaper ( 35 per kg),” he said.

“Anil earned more than 5 lakh per month as it was a high margin business. It has supplied many top restaurants in Delhi-NCR and upscale residential areas,” added DSP Kumar. A case under Section 79 of the Juvenile Justice Act and Sections 7 and 10 of the Essential Commodities Act has been registered against the suspect at Mujesar Police Station.

Mukesh Malhotra, deputy police commissioner (crime), said cops carried out spot checks in the industrial zone last week and took strict action against people operating illegal units. “The soy unit did not have the necessary permits for food processing and packaging. The owner was endangering the health of consumers with an adulterated product,” he said. Malhotra said they are interviewing the suspect to find out which areas of Gurugram, Noida, Delhi and Faridabad he supplied as well as the people and companies who bought the product from him.

Milwaukee Museum of Art Architect Calatrava Sees Lakeside Transformation Wed, 14 Sep 2022 17:34:40 +0000

Milwaukee Museum of Art architect Santiago Calatrava returned to the city on Wednesday that helped expand his career internationally – and saw a lakefront that has transformed since the museum opened over 20 years ago.

His return was marked by a proclamation by the mayor of Friday, September 16, as a day in honor of Calatrava. It will include a day of free admission to the museum.

He also saw Calatrava reflect on the changes made to the area near the museum in recent years.

“It’s beautiful, very well done,” Calatrava said. “The museum is an anchor.”

Calatrava designed the museum’s Quadracci Pavilion – the nautical-inspired addition that created a new landmark in Milwaukee.

“It helped redefine Milwaukee,” Mayor Cavalier Johnson said.

County manager David Crowley said: “It inspired us.”

The pavilion, with its cathedral-like Windhover Hall, its prow jutting out to Lake Michigan and its movable wings that serve as a sunshade, known as Burke Brise Soleil, has captured the world’s attention on the museum and the city.