Print Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement Twitter Email Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WhatsApp Previous articleWin The Sopranos full series boxsetNext articleCrescent SC gets second wave of planning approved Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook TAGSfeaturedkileelylimerickMichael McNamarapedestrianroad accidentthomondgate RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash The fatal accident happened on Kileely Road in LimerickTHE Limerick man tragically killed last Sunday night when he was knocked down on the Northside of the city will be laid to rest later this week as family remember him for having a “heart of gold”.Michael McNamara was walking home from his brother’s house when he was struck by a car on the Kileely Road in Thomondgate.The 40-year-old father of one originally from Moyross but with an address on Monabraher Road, Ballynanty died later in hospital despite the efforts of paramedics and those who tended to him at the scene.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The driver of the car, aged in his 20s, was unhurt in the accident.The single vehicle accident happened near St Lelia’s Church where Mr McNamara’s requiem Mass will take place this Friday at 11am.Michael McNamara who was tragically killed this week, will be laid to rest this FridayMichael’s brother Christy, said that the father of one had left his house moments before he was struck by the 2007 registered black BMW car.“He was with me here in the house earlier on the night, playing darts. He went away, and then I was called down to the road by a neighbour. I went down there and he was lying on the ground,” Christy McNamara told the Irish Sun.“He had a heart of gold, you couldn’t meet nicer,” he added.Mr McNamara is survived by his parents Pauline and Paddy; daughter Kellie; sisters Denise and Tanya and brothers Christy and Darren.Gardai forensic collision investigators assessed the scene and Gardai in Mayorstone have appealed for witnesses.See more local news here News‘Heart of Gold’ Michael to be laid to rest after Limerick accidentBy Staff Reporter – July 26, 2017 1558 Linkedin
Gary May E-Mail Concerning Ethics and Transparency Of State Representatives McNamara, Sullivan, and BaconHi, Have you no sense of justice?Bosma is accused of sexual improprieties, he leads the investigation of the AG who stands accused of sexual harassment, he leads the legislative effort to craft a sexual harassment policy for the House.In spite of all this, you sign on a letter in full support of him. I’m not suggesting he’s guilty of the charges brought against him, but simple transparency and ethics would suggest that he should have some distance between his issues and the investigation and drafting of legislation addressing sexual behavior boundary violations.How much more power and riding roughshod over your constituents will be enough?Time for a change!Sincerely,Gary MayHere are The Boilerplate Responses That McNamara And Sullivan Sent To Gary May:Thank you for contacting me. My staff and I will review your comments and respond to you as soon as possible. If you need immediate assistance, please contact my Legislative Assistant, Victoria Szczechowski, at 317-232-9816. Thank you for taking the time to share your comments and concerns.Here’s The Response That Gary got from Bacon:Thank you for contacting my office. You are receiving this message due to the larger volume of emails my office receives. My staff and I will look over your concerns and, if appropriate, a personal response will follow. If you need immediate assistance please contact my Legislative Assistant Elias Annette at 317-232-9643.FOOTNOTE: This letter to the Editor was posted without opinion, bias or editing.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
RPPTL Section takes a number of legislative positions RPPTL Section takes a number of legislative positions January 15, 2003 Notices Gearing up for the 2003 regular session of the Florida Legislature, the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section has gotten more than a score of legislative position authorized by the Bar Board of Governors.The board acted at its December meeting, following Legislation Committee review of positions ranging from education requirements for guardians to handling military wills.The positions are:• General power of personal representative – Homestead reimbursement – F.S. §733.608. Supports legislation to amend F. S. §733.608 to insert guidance for the personal representative in deciding whether to expend money or effort to maintain or preserve the homestead during an estate administration, with additional protections for the personal representative such as a lien on the homestead in certain instances, and further guidance re lien enforcement, reimbursement of expenses, termination of collection efforts, and protection for not taking control of the homestead in the first instance.• Notice to Decedent’s Creditors – Filing of Claims – F.S. §733.2121( 1). Supports legislation to amend F.S. §733.2121(1) to delete the requirement that any notice to creditors state that claims must be filed against the estate within the two-year time period set forth in F.S. §733.710.• Probate code revision of 2001 – Glitch fix – F.S. §732.101(29) & F.S. §735.2063(2). Supports legislation to amend F.S. §§732.101(29) & 735.2063(2) to fix typographical errors in the Probate Code Revision of 2001, respectively relating to the definition of “protected homestead” and regarding proof of publication of the notice to creditors.• Elective share of surviving spouse – community property – application – Glitch fix – F.S. §732.217(2). Supports legislation to amend F. S. §732.217(2) to strike the exception of homestead property from the application of the Florida Uniform Disposition of Community Property Rights at Death Act.• Antilapse; deceased devisee; class gifts – F.S. §732.603. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §732.603(1) & (2) to address gaps in coverage concerning beneficiaries deemed to predecease a decedent by operation of law.• Conflict of Interest – Trustees vs. Beneficiaries – Pour-Over / Testamentary Trusts – F.S. §§731.201(2),(9) & (21), 731.212(1), 731.303. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §§731.201(2),(9) & (21), 731.212(1) & 731.303 for clarification in determining when a trustee of a trust in a pour-over or testamentary trust arrangement is the beneficiary of the estate or, in the alternative, the beneficiaries of the trust are the beneficiaries of the estate.• Probate of notarial will – F.S. §732.205. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §732.205(1) to allow the probate of a foreign notarial will authenticated according to the requirements of the Hague Convention of 1961.• Disaster – Proof of Death – F.S. §731.103(3). Supports legislation to amend F.S. §731.103(3) to add evidence of exposure to a “specific peril” as a basis for presuming death, with particular venue provisions for petitioning for such a determination.• Guardian’s and attorney’s fees and expenses – F.S. §744.108(8). Supports legislation to amend F.S. §744.108(8) to achieve greater consistency among state law relating to guardian’s and attorney’s fees and expenses, changing the phrase “request for fees” to “ requested compensation.”• Power of guardian without court approval – F.S. §744.444(16). Supports legislation to amend §744.444(16) to allow a guardian, without court approval, to pay from the assets of the guardianship estate the costs and fees of persons — including attorneys, auditors, investment advisers or agents — employed by the guardian to advise or assist the guardian in the performance of his/her duties.• Involuntary placement – F.S. §394.467. Supports legislation to amend §394.467 to add as criteria for involuntary placement the substantial and imminent likelihood of inflicting serious emotional or psychological harm on another person, and the causation of significant damage to property in the recent past with substantial and imminent likelihood of doing so again.• Guardian education requirements – F.S. §744.3145. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §744.3145 to streamline the educational requirements for parents appointed as guardians of the property of their minor children.• Costs & Attorneys’s Fees & Improper Exercise of Power/Breach of Fiduciary Duty – F.S. §§737.627 & 733.609. Supports legislation to amend §§737.627 & 733.609 to clarify that taxable costs and attorneys’ fees for breach of a personal representative’s fiduciary duty or failure of a trustee to properly exercise powers may come from direct payment from a party’s interest in the trust or estate, or from other property of the party, or both. • Exemption of Assets – Educational Savings Accounts & Prepaid Tuition Programs – F.S. §222.22. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §222.22 to exempt from legal process all qualified tuition programs authorized by §529 of the Internal Revenue Code and all Coverdell Education Savings Accounts.• Roads presumed to be dedicated – F.S. §95.361. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §95.361 so that, when any road has been maintained or repaired for 7 years by a state or local government, it shall be deemed to be dedicated to the public.• Meetings of homeowners’ associations; voting & elections procedures – F.S. §720.306. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §720.306 and confirm that members of residential homeowners’ association communities may amend their covenants, by specifying the process for changes in voting rights or increases in assessment proportions without a member’s approval.• Construction contracts; limitation on indemnification – F.S. §725.06. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §725.06 to make contracts for indemnity for acts of omissions of an indemnitee unenforceable except in certain limited situations and/or to the extent of insurance coverage.• Domestication of foreign not for profit corporations – F.S. §617.1801. Supports legislation to amend §617.1801 to amend the Florida Not For Profit Corporations act to permit domestication of a foreign not-for-profit corporation. • Antilapse; deceased trust beneficiary; class gifts – F.S. §737.603. Supports legislation to create F.S. §737.603 -Trust Antilapse – to prevent a lapse of beneficial interests in an inter vivos trust under certain circumstances, consistent with similar protections in F.S. §732.603 with regard to testamentary trusts.• Application of Civil Rules to Trust Proceedings – F.S. §§737.204,. 404, &. 627. Supports legislation to amend F.S.§§737.204,. 404, &. 627 to clarify that the rules of civil procedure apply to trust proceedings.• Execution of wills – military testamentary instruments – F.S. §732.502. Supports legislation to amend F.S. §732.502 so that a military testamentary instrument in accordance with 10 U.S.C. §1044b by a person who is eligible for military legal assistance is valid as a will in this state.
Press Association The Holland international scored his first goal for the club to break Albion’s hearts just as they looked like securing victory. Saido Berahino had fired them 2-1 ahead with his seventh goal of the season in the second half after Marouane Fellaini bagged his first goal for United. The changes, though, did little to end United’s stuttering season as the Baggies grabbed a perfect start. They had already dominated possession without hurting United before they swept ahead in the eighth minute. Graham Dorrans flicked on Myhill’s clearance for Wisdom to scamper down the right and his clever cut back found Sessegnon to finish emphatically into the top corner from 18 yards. Myhill saved from Robin van Persie as United tried to find an instant response but the visitors were wasteful and their final ball was often too easy for the Baggies. Myhill, who made a routine stop from Di Maria, was given catching practice as United toiled against organised Albion. In contrast Berahino was giving Marcos Rojo an uncomfortable evening with the £16million defender constantly worried by the forward. And the England Under-21 international was inches away from connecting with Dorrans’ searching cross. Myhill beat away Di Maria’s drive on 31 minutes as United tried to up the tempo but they continued to be undone by their own wastefulness in the final third. But they were almost handed a lifeline seven minutes before the break when Craig Dawson was forced to block Van Persie’s shot after the striker robbed Joleon Lescott in the area. It was the only time the Baggies had switched off and United were firmly on the back foot going into the second half. Van Gaal reacted by replacing Ander Herrera with Fellaini and the midfielder made an instant impact on 47 minutes. He collected Di Maria’s hanging cross after out-muscling Lescott before thundering a right-footed effort high beyond Myhill from 15 yards. It changed the complexion of the game with United pressing and Myhill saved Di Maria’s tame effort. But while the visitors were buoyant Albion held firm and regained the lead on 66 minutes. It was another poor goal to concede from United as Rafael played Berahino onside as he broke onto Brunt’s defence-splitting pass and coolly curled into the bottom corner. United’s rally began when Van Persie slammed an 18-yard volley onto the base of the post and Januzaj blazed the rebound over. Rojo nodded well wide with nine minutes left but Blind secured a point with three minutes left when he bent the ball into the bottom corner from 18 yards after Rafael’s cross was only half cleared. It had cancelled out Stephane Sessegnon’s wonderful opener at The Hawthorns and the Baggies, who move up to 14th in the Barclays Premier League, were good value for a point. The result means United boss Louis van Gaal has still not won away from Old Trafford with his side sixth in the table. Ben Foster missed out for West Brom after suffering a calf injury in training and was replaced by Boaz Myhill in the Baggies goal. Chris Brunt shrugged off a groin injury to start and Victor Anichebe was on the bench despite battling a hernia problem. Andre Wisdom returned after being ineligible to face parent club Liverpool last time out meaning Cristian Gamboa dropped to the bench. Adnan Janujaz made his first start of the season for United with Radamel Falcao left on the bench. Phil Jones returned as Paddy McNair struggled with a hamstring problem along with fellow injury victim Antonio Valencia. Michael Carrick, yet to make an appearance this season, made the bench as he stepped up his recovery from ankle ligament damage. Daley Blind rescued a late point for Manchester United as they were held to a 2-2 draw at West Brom.