City Council MeetingMAY 20, 2019 at 5:30 P.M. Civic Center AGENDA I.INTRODUCTION R-2019-08 Attachment: Memo Attachment: II.APPROVAL OF MEETING MEMORANDUM III.REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS F.ORDINANCE R-2019-07 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 313 E. 317 E. Louisiana Street Petitioner: Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, Inc. Owner: Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, Inc. Requested Change: C4 to R2 Ward: 3 Hayden Representative: Beth Folz, Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, Inc. B.ORDINANCE R-2019-09 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as Lynch Road Petitioner: Porterfield Development, LLC Owner: Portfield Development, LLC Requested Change: R1 to R3 Ward: 1 McGinn Representative: Scott Buedel, Cash Waggner & Associates PC XI.ADJOURNMENT D.ORDINANCE R-2019-11 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 5.01 Acres Directly West of 1603 S. Tekoppel Petitioner: Evansville Vanderburgh Levee Authority District Owner: Evansville Vanderburgh Levee Authority District Requested Change: R1 to C4 w/UDC Ward: 6 Brinkmeyer Representative: Krista B. Lockyear, Lockyear Law R-2019-10 Attachment: IV.SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY C.ADDITIONAL MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS R-2019-07 Attachment: C.ORDINANCE R-2019-10 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 2100 Lodge Avenue Petitioner: Allied Investment & Development, LLC Owner: Restored Properties, LLC Requested Change: C1 to C4 Ward: 4 Robinson Representative: Matt Malcolm, KDDK F-2019-10 Attachment: A.THE NEXT MEETING of the Common Council will be Monday, June 10, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. A.ORDINANCE G-2019-07 An Ordinance to Vacate a Public Right of Way in Evansville, Indiana, All That Portion of a 25’ Roadway Easement for Carol Drive West of 3700 Pollack Avenue, Also Being That Area East of 3624 Pollack Avenue That Was Previously Vacated and a 20’ x 25’ Portion North of that Area of Carol Drive that was Previously Vacated. The Original Vacation Was Performed in 2012 by Ordinance No. G-2012-2 and Recorded in Document Number 2012R-4136 in the Office of the Recorder of Vanderburgh County, Indiana. Sponsor(s): Mosby Discussion Led By: Public Works Chair Adams Discussion Date: 5/20/2019 A.RESOLUTION C-2019-08 A Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Ratifying the 2019 Annual Action Plan Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: Finance Chair Weaver Discussion Date: 5/20/2019 R-2019-06 Attachment: A.ORDINANCE R-2019-08 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as N. Burkhardt Road – NW Corner of the Intersection Petitioner: Eric Carter Owner: Robert & Angela Shockman Requested Change: R1 to C4 Ward: 1 McGinn Representative: Eric Carter, Weihe Engineers, Inc. VIII.RESOLUTION DOCKET R-2019-09 Attachment: R-2019-12 Attachment: G-2019-07 Attachment: Agenda Attachment: IX.MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS X.COMMITTEE REPORTS R-2019-11 Attachment: E.ORDINANCE R-2019-12 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as Part of 2800 Colonial Garden Road Petitioner: ANB Investments, LLC Owner: ANB Investments, LLC Requested Change: R1 to M1 w/UDC Ward: 1 McGinn Representative: Krista B. Lockyear, Lockyear Law C.ORDINANCE F-2019-10 An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Re-Appropriations within the Department of Metropolitan Development Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: Finance Chair Weaver Discussion Date: 5/20/2019 Notify: Kelley Coures, DMD B.ORDINANCE F-2019-09 Amended An Ordinance of the Common Council of the City of Evansville Authorizing Transfers of Appropriations, Additional Appropriations & Repeal and Re-Appropriation of Funds for Various City Funds Sponsor(s): Weaver Discussion Led By: Finance Chair Weaver Discussion Date: 5/20/2019 C-2019-08 Attachment: VII.REGULAR AGENDA: SECOND READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS E.ORDINANCE R-2019-06 An Ordinance to Rezone Certain Real Estate in the City of Evansville, State of Indiana, More Commonly Known as 1012-1020 N. Governor Street Petitioner: Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, Inc. Owner: Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, Inc. Requested Change: C4 to R2 Ward: 3 Hayden Representative: Beth Folz, Habitat for Humanity of Evansville, Inc. B.BOARD AND COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS F-2019-09 Amended Attachment: VI.COMMITTEE REPORTS V.CONSENT AGENDA: FIRST READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
“I’m a bad influence,” Microsoft CEO and philanthropist Bill Gates told a crowd of graduating Harvard students in 2007. The speech, delivered before a boisterous Commencement crowd, and recorded for posterity, is out of the archive and streaming from the trees — literally.To celebrate the University’s 375th anniversary, Gates’ address — as well excerpts of other famous addresses — will play on loop from trees in Harvard Yard as part of a project called Harvard Voices, which runs today through Oct. 16, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The selections reflect Harvard’s collective memory and continuing dialogue of ideas.“As you walk through the Yard, you will hear the voices of Bill Gates, J.K. Rowling, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and other notables who have spoken here at Harvard in the past,” said University Marshal Jackie O’Neill, whose office has overseen the project. “We hope people will pause for a moment and linger, to reflect on what is being said and on all the history made in the space we hurry through every day.”Harvard Voices: Listen to Gloria SteinemOriginally prepared for the University’s 350th anniversary, the recordings have been updated to include major addresses in the past 25 years by public figures and creative artists, as well as the reflections of notable Harvard speakers, including the likes of Al Gore, J.K. Rowling, Colin Powell, Nelson Mandela, Alan Greenspan, Gloria Steinem, Sandra Day O’Connor, and the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy.Feminist activist Gloria Steinem, seen here on Harvard’s campus, is one of the many contemporary voices passersby will hear in the Yard. File photo Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff PhotographerGates’ self-deprecating remarks were, of course, an acknowledgment of his reputation as Harvard’s most famous dropout. “I’ve been waiting more than 30 years to say this: ‘Dad, I always told you I’d come back and get my degree,’” he said to riotous applause. “I’ll be changing my job next year, and it will be nice to finally have a college degree on my résumé.”Harvard Voices: Listen to Bill GatesNobel Peace Prize recipient Mother Teresa spoke at Harvard’s Class Day in 1982. “I have no gold and silver to give to the American people,” she said, “but I give my sisters, and I hope, together with them, you will … go in haste to find the poor. And if you find them, if you come to know them, you will love them. And if you love them, you will do something for them.”” … Go in haste to find the poor,” Mother Teresa told students in 1982.Harvard Voices: Listen to Mother TeresaIn another recording, poet and Harvard graduate E.E. Cummings recalls his undergraduate experiences in a series of Norton Lectures titled “I — six nonlectures.”Harvard Voices: Listen to e.e. cummings“Unofficially, [Harvard] gave me my first taste of independence and the truest friends any man will ever enjoy. The taste of independence came during my senior year, when I was so lucky as to receive a room by myself in the Yard, for living in the Yard was then an honor, not a compulsion. And this honor, very properly, reserved itself for seniors who might conceivably appreciate it. Hitherto I’d ostensibly lived at home, which meant that intimate contacts with the surrounding world were somewhat periculous. Now I could roam that surrounding world, sans peur if not sans reproche, and I lost no time in doing so. A town called Boston, thus observed, impressed my unsophisticated spirit as the mecca of all human endeavors.”Harvard gave E.E. Cummings the “first taste of independence and the truest friends any man will ever enjoy.”And, delivering a speech to the Harvard Law School Forum in 1962, Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. spoke: “We’ve been able to say to our bitterest and most violent components: ‘We will match your capacity to inflict suffering by our capacity to endure suffering. We will meet your physical force with soul force. Do to us what you will, and we will still love you.’ ”Martin Luther King Jr.: “We’ve been able to say to our bitterest and most violent components: ‘We will match your capacity to inflict suffering by our capacity to endure suffering. We will meet your physical force with soul force. Do to us what you will, and we will still love you.’”Harvard Voices: Listen to Martin Luther King JrOther recordings include addresses by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Samuel Eliot Morison, Gertrude Stein, Winston Churchill, George C. Marshall, T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, John F. Kennedy, W.E.B. Du Bois, Leonard Bernstein, Barbara Jordan, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Seamus Heaney, Sheldon Glashow, Steven Weinberg, and a unique recording of the riveting last 40 seconds of 1968’s Harvard-Yale football game, in which the Crimson furiously rallied to tie.To listen to the addresses, take a walk through the Yard or visit iTunes.
Jose Mourinho is unequivocal in his support of Eden Hazard and has again insisted there are no fractures in relationships at Chelsea. The Blues’ worst start in 29 years has led to speculation of rifts within the camp, which Mourinho has strenuously denied, while Hazard has struggled to reach the same heights this term. The Belgian was the Premier League champions’ most startling player last season and remains the competition’s leading performer ahead of Saturday’s clash with Arsenal, according to his manager. Press Association “He’s the best player in England,” said Mourinho. “He is the best and he will be the best again. I don’t know if it is tomorrow or if it is next week.” The mood has improved at Chelsea since Wednesday night’s Champions League win over Maccabi Tel Aviv, but Mourinho is adamant the talk of a crisis is wrong ahead of the visit of long-time rival Arsene Wenger. Mourinho listed a series of headlines – some of which have appeared in recent weeks and others to illustrate his reaction – and again denied Steven Gerrard’s suggestion of a fallout with captain John Terry. “I don’t have any problem with any one of my players,” Mourinho said. “Normally when bad results happen the first thing that comes into your laptops, iPads and pens is to find a dramatic story: ‘Somebody punch somebody in the dressing room’, ‘The manager doesn’t want to speak with this guy’. “‘Diego Costa fought with John Terry and before they start the fight they brought a translator for them to understand each other in the fight, because Diego cannot speak English and John cannot speak Spanish’. “‘They organise like Far West duels – at this time we are going to fight, bring a translator to help us’. “You (the media) always go in this direction, which is funny. The other direction you don’t go is the direction which is real. “You lose matches, you are affected, you lose confidence, you don’t want the ball.” Gerrard’s comments came during his role as a BT Sport pundit for the Maccabi Tel Aviv tie, which began with a Hazard penalty which he blazed over. “Maybe it was an agreement he did with some sponsor to promote the Rugby World Cup,” added Mourinho, who is happy for Hazard to continue spot-kick duties. “He’s the best penalty taker in this country too. He is my first option.” Based on previous comments made by Mourinho, a handshake is likely to be offered to Wenger pre-match. The Frenchman, who shoved Mourinho in last October’s clash at Stamford Bridge, evaded his rival at Wembley when finally ending his 13-match winless run in the Community Shield. Mourinho was coy on the subject. “I don’t think it’s important now and I don’t think tomorrow people is focused on that. I think people is focused on what happens on the pitch,” Mourinho said. Chelsea are 17th in the standings after their miserable start of four points from five matches, 11 adrift of leaders Manchester City. But Mourinho is ignoring everything other than the Gunners. “If we are looking to the table, I don’t think that helps,” he added. “It’s a match I want to isolate from every possible context. It’s just Chelsea-Arsenal and it’s a match that we want to win. If it’s a pre-season friendly against Arsenal, we want to win. Community Shield, the same.” Petr Cech returns after leaving for North London following 11 years of sterling service at Chelsea. Mourinho added: “Arsenal goalkeeper until the game ends. When the game ends, if he wants to come to our dressing room, the door is open for him.” John Obi Mikel and captain Terry are the only survivors from Mourinho’s first spell at the club. Terry played every minute in the top flight last season but has been less in favour this term, although Mourinho maintains he is a key ally. “I trust him as always and he’s one of my men,” Mourinho added.
Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale to have Tommy John surgery, miss season Associated Press March 19, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditBOSTON (AP) — Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale to have Tommy John surgery, miss season.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): The Vice-President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Emmanuel Nanthan, says regional governments are not doing enough to support the development of cricket in the region. Nanthan’s declaration comes as the Dave Cameron-led WICB and CARICOM appear to remain at loggerheads over a recommendation calling for the dissolution of the board by a review panel setup by CARICOM and the WICB. The WICB appears to be preparing for a legal battle with CARICOM to resist the recom-mendations of the Review panel by hiring Dominican lawyer Anthony Astaphan. Nanthan is insisting that the problems with West Indies cricket have little to do with WICB’s governance, but a lack of resources from regional governments to fund training. “It costs the WICB about US$1 million to train a cricketer from the Under-15 level to the elite level in international cricket,” said Nanthan, a sports administrator for the past 20 years. “Eighty-seven per cent of all amounts spent by the Windwards and Leewards in age group tournaments is represented by accommodation costs, air and sea travel costs and the cost of meals for players who are away from their homes. No wonder on an annual basis the Windwards and Leewards are always at the bottom of the table in the early rounds of the regional competition.” A recent meeting in Grenada between CARICOM prime ministers and a WICB delegation to discuss the panel’s governance report made little progress except for an agreement for future meetings. WICB’s defiance appears to have been fired-up following a subsequent board meeting in St Lucia, which also discussed the governance report. “Did the academics look into this? Are the nation states encouraging cricket in the communities?” asked Nanthan. “I say all this so you can understand the costs of the opportunity, which you have been offered through the opportunity of the Professional Cricket League.” STATE’S ROLE The WICB vice-president added: “Early education in sports in schools is the responsibility of the State. The responsibility of training to achieve successful performance and results for national teams in regional and international sports is the responsibility of the governments.” Nanthan says the WICB is prepared to make amendments, but stressed that only share-holder territories can legally dissolve the WICB. “We are prepared to make some changes as we did following previous Governance Reports,” he told Kaieteur News in Guyana. “However, on the basis of a corporate review and legal advice, only the shareholders of the WICB can dissolve the company – the WICB. And similarly only shareholders can appoint new directors to the board, whether they are independent or shareholders directors.”
Twenty-one-year-old Albert DeFreitas Jr was on Thursday arraigned before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on three counts of simple larceny, wherein it is alleged that on November 25, on Battery Road, Kingston Georgetown, he smashed a window of a car belonging to the fiancé of iNews reporter Ramona Luthi to gain entry into the vehicle, and carted off therefrom thousands of dollars in valuables.The accused,Albert DeFreitas JrThe vehicle was reportedly parked while the couple was conducting a pre-wedding photo-shoot at the Georgetown Marriott Hotel, a short distance away.Unrepresented by legal counsel, DeFreitas denied that he had broken into the car and stolen several electronic items, a quantity of cash, and other possessions which belong to the couple and their cameraman. Altogether, these items carry a value in excess of $500,000.The Prosecution is contending that shortly after the incident, DeFreitas attempted to sell a laptop which was stolen from the car, but the prospective buyer, a woman, cancelled the transaction because of the suspicious actions of the perpetrator, and instead contacted the Police, allowing for ranks to intercept the suspect, who was nabbed with the stolen items in his possession.One of the hard drives which were taken from the car was retrieved.DeFreitas has further been charged with stealing a quantity of colognes and a handbag from Dexter Cummings on October 19, 2017 in Georgetown. He denied that charge also.DeFreitas has been placed on $20,000 bail, and is expected to return to court of December 11, 2017.
Wednesday 20 February 2019 marked an important day for South Africans. Members of Parliament (MPs) gathered to listen to Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni present the National Budget, while citizens were eager to learn the nation’s financial situation.Minister Mboweni confirmed that his Budget Speech aligns with President Cyril Ramaphosa’s vision for the country. “In the 2019 State of the Nation Address, our President set out an ambitious agenda for our nation. It is an agenda that speaks to the South Africa that we can be. It is a task list for all ofIt lays out a series of interventions that will put South Africa on a bold new path,” the minister said in his address.He also confirmed that government is set to fork out R5,8tn over the next three years; R1,2tn will go towards education, R717bn to public health and approximately R900bn to social development over three years.National Treasury shares some key take outs from the 2019 Budget Speech:Gross debt is expected to stabilise at 60.2 per cent of GDP in 2023/24.Real growth in consolidated non-interest expenditure will average 2 per cent over the nextthree years.Tax revenue for 2018/19 will undershoot the mini-budget estimate by R15.4 billion, half of this due to higher than expected Vat refunds.There will be no change to personal income tax rates or brackets but slight adjustment to rebates (revenue of R12.8 billion to be raised this way; collection by stealth).Employment tax incentive of up to R1 000 can be claimed for employees earning up to R4 500 p/m (previously R4 000).Carbon tax of 9c per litre on petrol and 10c per litre on diesel effective 5 June.New Sars commissioner to be appointed soon.The South African National Roads Agency is allocated an additional R3.5 billion over the next 3 years to improve non-toll roads.R1.8 billion is allocated for the implementation of 262 priority land-reform projects over the next three years. R3.7 billion is set aside to assist emerging farmers seeking to acquire land to farm. The Land Bank will support smallholders, and leverage partnerships with other financial institutions. It aims to disburse R3 billion in the next fiscal yearOlder public servants may retire early and gracefully, leading to savings of R4.8 billion in 2019/20; R7.5 billion in 2020/21 and R8 billion in 2021/22Allocation to Jobs Fund to rise to R1.1 billion over three yearsOld age grant rises R80, foster care up R40 to R1 000, and child support grant to R420 in April and R430 in OctoberR481.6 million is allocated to the Small Enterprise Development Agency to expand the small business incubation programme.Additional Reporting: National Treasury
I once had a great mentor tell me that I invested too much of my time and my emotional energy in politics. It was during law school, and everything then was political. At least it was for me. Politics was all-consuming.My mentor told me to stop focusing on politics and start focusing on the difference that I wanted to make in the world. And he told me to focus on taking care of my family and giving them the life that I wanted for them. He said that I would have a bigger impact if I detached from politics.I took his advice. I like to observe politics, but I am not emotionally invested.Your Government Won’t Make You HappyThere are a lot of politicians competing for your attention—and your money—right now. They want you to support them and help them become President of the United States. All of these politicians talk a lot about how they are going to help you, and it all sounds pretty good.You might even believe you will be happier if the candidate you support is elected. But you won’t be any happier or any more successful after this interminable election cycle.Your Physiological NeedsThe government isn’t going to make sure that your physiological needs are met. The government, try as it may, isn’t going to give you shelter, with food, or with health care. It may provide a social safety net in each of these areas, but if you are counting on government to take care of you, you will always have to fear not having your very basic physiological needs met.Do you know anyone who is receiving the government’s help in these areas of whom you are jealous? Is there anyone you know who receives help with whom you would trade places?Your Safety NeedsYour government isn’t going to keep you safe either. It can’t protect you from violence, even though it does its very best to keep the most violent people from harming others by locking them up. It also does a poor job protecting you from people who are violent because they are mentally ill.The police aren’t normally around when a crime is being committed, even though they’d love to be there to prevent you from being harmed.Your government does the best it can with big threats, but can’t help with most of the personal threats to your physical safety.Your Need for LoveNo government is going to meet your need for love, friendship, or companionship. The need for love is just as important as the physiological needs. As far as I know, no government has ever even been designed to address these very fundamental human needs.Do you know anyone who has had their need for love and companionship as a result of government action? The best the government can do is prevent your rights here from being infringed.Your Desire for SuccessYour government isn’t going to provide you with happiness. It isn’t going to make sure you reach your full potential, and it isn’t going to ensure that your dreams come true or that you reach your goals. Your government isn’t going to participate in your success. This is true no matter who is elected.Do you know anyone who owes their success to their government alone? There are people who are successful in politics, and they go on to make a lot of money when they leave, but no government action creates individual success outside of politics.At its very best, your government is going to create an environment in which you can “pursue happiness.” But you are going to have to hustle, and you are going to have to do the pursuing. This is where you should focus. Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Now
In its 34th year, Cityline continues to outperform its Canadian daytime competitors, ranking #1 with the desirable millennial audience in Toronto, the country’s largest market*. Through its digital platforms, Cityline is reaching more people with engaging content such as “#CitylineReal,” a movement to spread positivity on social media. Since the initiative launched in 2015, Canadians have been encouraged to show their true selves, to strip away the perfection and have candid and fearlessly honest conversations.“With decades of proven success, Cityline has evolved into a format that covers every major topic of interest to today’s daytime audience, in ways that will surely resonate with Americans,” said Josh Raphaelson, Principal, PPI Releasing. “Our viewers will fall in love at first sight of Tracy Moore, Cityline’s terrific, genuine host.”Airing on City each weekday at 9 a.m. local time, Cityline is Canada’s leading source for the latest in home décor, food, fashion, health and beauty. Filmed in front of a studio audience, host Tracy Moore is joined by hand-picked guest experts, delivering inspiring infotainment that is entertaining and practical.*Source: Among Millennials (A18-34) in the Toronto market, Cityline is a top 3 daytime talk program, beating The Talk, The Social, The View, Live! With Kelly, The Marilyn Denis Show, and The Goods – Numeris, Toronto/Hamilton EM, C8/29/16 – 5/7/2017, A18-34, AMA(000).Social Media LinksLike Cityline Facebook.com/citylinecaFollow Cityline on Twitter @CitylineCA / @tracycitylineFollow Cityline on Instagram @CitylineCA | @tracycitylineLike City Facebook.com/CitytvFollow City on Twitter @City_tvFollow City on Instagram @city_tvAbout Rogers:Rogers is a leading diversified Canadian communications and media company that’s working to deliver a great experience to our customers every day. We are Canada’s largest provider of wireless communications services and one of Canada’s leading providers of cable television, high-speed Internet, information technology, and telephony services to consumers and businesses. Through Rogers Media, we are engaged in radio and television broadcasting, sports, televised and online shopping, magazines, and digital media. Our shares are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: RCI.A and RCI.B) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: RCI). Tracy Moore, host of Cityline. Rogers Media Signs Deals with U.S. Broadcasters for Cityline Syndication, this Fall Twitter Advertisement Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: TORONTO, June 2, 2017 – The world needs a little more Cityline™. And now, even more North Americans will see why the popular daytime lifestyle series is a leader in Canada’s competitive television market. With Cityline‘s borderless appeal, Rogers Media has partnered with PPI to distribute the acclaimed daytime series for U.S. syndication, signing on Hearst, Graham, Raycom, and Weigel media groups to air Cityline on their television stations, starting this September.“We attribute Cityline’s universal appeal to its vibrant host, Tracy Moore, and the show’s renowned panel of fashion, home décor, parenting, food and beauty experts,” said Colette Watson, Senior Vice President, Television & Broadcast Operations, Rogers Media. “The show’s authentic and relatable approach resonates deeply with audiences, and we’re excited to extend the brand to more North American households.”Cityline will be available as a Monday to Friday strip, with 200 episodes available at launch. From its initial deals with U.S. broadcasters, Cityline will be available to more than 10 million households in such U.S. cities, as Chicago, Kansas City, Jacksonville, and Birmingham. Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment