Mike Fitzpatrick to be appointed to City of Culture

first_imgLifestyleArtsNewsBreaking newsLocal NewsMike Fitzpatrick to be appointed to City of CultureBy admin – January 7, 2014 900 Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up MIKE Fitzpatrick, a Limerick based academic and curator, is likely to be announced as the person to take charge of City Of Culture festival operations in an interim basis following the resignations of both Patricia Ryan and Karl Wallace recently.The board of Limerick National City of Culture 2014 is to hold a press conference this afternoon at the Clarion Hotel, Limerick.A statement said “The Board will announce at this media event a number of measures undertaken in response to recent matters”.Attached to the Limerick School of Art and Design, Mr Fitzpatrick is expected to take up the running of both vacant positions.Arts officer, Sheila Deegan, is also likely to be appointed to a senior role. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Shannondoc operating but only by appointment First Irish death from Coronavirus Advertisement WhatsApp Previous articleBetting opened on next City of Culture CEONext article#VIDEO Ralph Lauren’s niece to be sentenced over air rage incident admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Printcenter_img Linkedin Facebook Twitter No vaccines in Limerick yet Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended TAGSfeatured Email Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHLlast_img read more

US: Bringing shipbuilding funding to Reagan era levels

first_img The Seapower Subcommittee, an arm of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee, wants the U.S. Navy’s shipbuilding budget to be increased to $20,6 billion which, if authorized, would be the highest level of shipbuilding funding, accounting for inflation, since President Reagan was in office.The subcommittee mark, released by the body’s chairman, Congressman J. Randy Forbes April 19, also called for Navy to build aircraft carriers 20% faster.Aircraft carriers should be built every four years instead of five, a change in tempo that would increase the size of the carrier fleet and create more jobs at Newport News, the mark argued. A “block buy” of components for multiple carriers which would reduce costs for the taxpayers was also authorized.Forbes’ legislation also looks to prohibit the Navy from simultaneously inactivating 11 of 22 cruisers under its “phased modernization plan” and holds the administration accountable for cruiser modernization by withholding funding from the Office of the Secretary of Defense until modernization contracts have been signed.Additional $385 million would be authorized for another littoral combat ship, previously struck from the budget. Funding would also be provided to accelerate procurement of the next-generation LX(R) amphibious ship or a 13th San Antonio-class amphibious ship (LPD-29), which would enable the Navy and Marine Corps to close the amphibious capability shortfall.The markup which calls for an accelerated construction of the majority of programs – from carriers to submarines, missiles to landing craft – will, however, first have to be approved by the House Armed Services Committee before going to the U.S Senate. April 20, 2016 View post tag: US Navy Authorities U.S. committee calls for bringing shipbuilding funding to Reagan era levels Back to overview,Home naval-today U.S. committee calls for bringing shipbuilding funding to Reagan era levels Share this articlelast_img read more