On Thursday, June 3, the Vermont State Colleges Board of Trustees approved a resolution that authorizes the Community College of Vermont (CCV) to enter a lease agreement with DEW Construction Corporation of Williston, Vermont to design and build a new academic facility for CCV in Rutland. The facility will be located on the corner of Wales and West Streets, and will be a 30,000 square foot building. CCV will lease the facility from DEW, with occupancy scheduled for August 1, 2011. The new building will replace CCV’s current location at 24 Evelyn Street, where CCV has leased 12,000 square feet of classroom and office space since 1999.CCV President Joyce Judy stated that “Rutland is CCV’s second largest location, and it is the fastest growing location in the college.” CCV had 900 students enrolled in the Rutland area in the spring 2010 semester, which is a 58% increase in student enrollment in the past five years.“CCV is pleased to be able to remain in downtown Rutland,” said Dean of Administration Barbara Martin, who oversaw the development of the new lease agreement. “We have enjoyed tremendous benefits through growing student enrollments in Rutland, with excellent faculty and staff and strong partnerships with area agencies and businesses.”In its current location, CCV brings over 400 potential customers per day – 900 per week – to downtown retailers.CCV in Rutland is offering 150 courses for its fall semester beginning September 7th, and registration for fall semester is now under way. The Community College of Vermont is a member of the Vermont State Colleges and has 12 learning centers statewide, serving 12,000 students each year. For more information, visit www.ccv.edu(link is external), call 802-786-6996 or stop by 24 Evelyn Street for more information.Source: CCV. 6.3.2010
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Freeport man was arrested Friday after he allegedly robbed a Bellmore pharmacy and then fled the scene after he was shot at by a pharmacist, Nassau County police said.Marc Gumpert was placed under arrest in Freeport after a Nassau County Ambulance driver spotted him on Sunrise Highway, police said. All the proceeds from Precision Pharmacy were recovered, police said.The alleged robbery occurred at 3:30 p.m., according to police. The 43-year-old man entered the Merrick Road pharmacy and demanded Ritalin and Dilaudid from the pharmacist, police said.The 34-year-old pharmacist followed Gumpert out of the store after he handed over the drugs and spotted him standing next to a vehicle. That’s when Gumpert allegedly pulled a knife from his waistband and started walking toward the man, police said. The pharmacist responded by firing once toward Gumpert with his licensed revolver, police said, prompting the alleged robber to get back in his car and flee the scene.Gumpert was charged with first-degree robbery and criminal possession of a weapon. He will be arraigned at First District Court in Hempstead on Saturday.
One of the bathrooms at 24 Bailey St, New Farm, after the renovations. Picture: realestate.com.au The kitchen at 24 Bailey St, New Farm, before the renovations. Picture: realestate.com.au More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoThe home at 24 Bailey St, New Farm before renovations. Picture: realestate.com.au The home at 24 Bailey St, New Farm, after renovations. Picture: realestate.com.auDesigned by Shane Marsh Architects, developer Strathallan spared no expense creating a house for the modern family, based around integrated living areas all on one level spanning 480 sqm.The office, laundry, kitchen, living and dining areas all connect through a single 14 metre, floor to ceiling glass door to the backyard. The kitchen at 24 Bailey St, New Farm, after the renovations. Picture: realestate.com.auOther features include Vzug kitchen appliances, a Vintec wine fridge, a self-opening dishwasher, in-ceiling speakers, a steam room shower, automated blinds and curtains and even a fireman’s pole.Recent comparative sales include 579 Lower Bowen Terrace, New Farm, which fetched $4.8 million and 53 Mountford Road, New Farm, which sold for $3.3 million. One of the bedrooms at 24 Bailey St, New Farm, before the renovations. Picture: realestate.com.au The home at 24 Bailey St, New Farm after renovations. Picture: realestate.com.auThe facade and roof pitch are all that remain of the original 1930 Queenslander at 24 Bailey Street after undergoing a major renovation estimated to be worth around $1.9 million.Records show the property last sold for $1.5 million in July 2015.It is now under offer for $4.02 million.The home was marketed by Scott Darwon and Robert Freeman of Ray White New Farm. BRISBANE FIXER-UPPER SELLS FOR $1.1M HAMPTONS HAVEN BY THE RIVER GARDEN LANDS HOME $1.82M One of the bedrooms at 24 Bailey St, New Farm, after the renovations. Picture: realestate.com.auThere you’ll find a no-mow lawn, built-in Weber BBQ, outdoor wood burning fire place, outdoor shower and heated pool.The property has a bigger than average 20 metre frontage and is on a 607 sqm elevated block — big for New Farm. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The bathroom at 24 Bailey St, New Farm, before the renovations. Picture: realestate.com.au This renovated home at 24 Bailey St, New Farm, has sold for $4.02m. Picture: realestate.com.auSPLURGING nearly $2 million on a renovation has paid off for the vendors of a property dubbed ‘New Farm’s greatest family home’, with the house going under contract for more than double that.What was once a rundown, pre-war character house was transformed into a five-bedroom, three-bathroom masterpiece.
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Change is a good thing — at least the men’s soccer team hopes so.With a new coach and 14 freshmen, the Badgers are expecting the new talent to help push the team and set new standards.First-year head coach John Trask feels with all the changes going on around the program, this year is a fresh start and an opportunity to make something new out of the program.“I think change is good. We’ve had a lot of change within the department even. In some ways I kind of like it — it’s a fresh start. We can all set our own standards — coaches, media, everything about the program,” Trask said. “We have a chance to set a different standard, because the standard of the past hasn’t been set high enough. I think we can all admit to that.”Trask isn’t the only one setting new standards for this season. The players themselves are setting their own goals and standards in an effort to quickly overcome any uneasiness.Senior Aaron Nichols believes his team is capable of anything.“As a team, I think we have high standards for ourselves,” Nichols said. “Like I said, we’re young, but there’s nothing that I don’t think we can’t achieve. And we’re all trying to buy into that and believe in that together.”Trask is trying to mesh the older guys who have been through so much change in their careers at UW and the new players who don’t know any differently, into a stable team.While Trask isn’t afraid to play freshmen, he’s hoping the new talent on the team will push the veterans and bring out the competition within the team that will transfer to the field. Aside from the fact senior goalkeeper Ryan Vint is tabbed to start in net, the rest of UW’s starting 11 remains fluid right now.“We have some talented freshmen that will push these older players — and I don’t mind playing freshmen,” Trask said. “They know they’re all being critiqued on everything they’re doing and they know they can change teams at any minute. We’re hopefully bleeding some of that competition with these guys. It’s been pretty cool so far.”Senior Jon Rzepka also noted the competition within the team and the need to prove himself to the coaches all over again.“It’s kind of been tough because you have to prove yourself all over again,” Rzepka said. “It’s taught me to be a better player because it’s pushed me more to prove myself to the coaches and to step up my game to that next level.”Despite trying to fuel some competition within his team, Trask still wants to see the veterans find their place and feel comfortable in his new system.“I’m pulling for the older guys — not that I’m sorry for them — I just know where I’ve seen what they’ve gone through,” he said. “We’re pulling for all the older guys, it’s not like we’re trying to run these guys out the door. I made a commitment to them, to make sure they have success before they leave, whatever success is.”Keeping hopes for a successful season in mind, the Badgers working on coming together and just being one united team.Although they certainly have high hopes for a good season, right now Wisconsin is taking practice one day at a time, one game at a time. Being such a young team, they’re working on getting better each day.“I think as a team, we’re young, that’s first of all,” Nichols said. “So every day we get out here, we want to try to improve, we want to get better and better. I know that’s a small goal, but every day we’re trying to come out here and just do one thing better.”“Some guys one day look real good and some guys another day look real good,” Trask said. “We’re getting closer, we’re moving in a direction. We’re very much a work in progress, that’s the best way I can put it.”