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The U. S. Olympic Committee is moving to revoke USA Gymnastics' status as the To all USAG gymnasts and the gymnastics community in the United States: . The early version of the bill enjoyed support from Republicans and In the draft legislation, a third strike will result in a year prison sentence. Florida Crown Invitational. Level 1 |Level Level 7 & 8 USA Gymnastics State Meet. Level 7 · Level 8. American Twisters Tim Rand Invitational. Meet Results South Florida sunshine and a great State Meet! (USA Gymnastics Policy: A late fee of $50 per athlete and $ per club exists after the .

In the long-term, it will be the critically important responsibility of the recognized Gymnastics NGB, whether the existing organization or a new one, to lead gymnastics in the United States and build on the supportive community of athletes and clubs that can carry the sport forward for decades to come.

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We are prepared to identify and help build such an organization. Below is an open letter to the gymnastics community in the United States. You began your journey in the sport of gymnastics for dozens of different reasons, but all of them trace back to gymnastics, and sport, being a positive influence in your life.

It is supposed to be fun, to challenge you, and to teach you lessons about dedication, teamwork, excellence and overcoming adversity. And while each of you has overcome adversity in different ways, some facing unimaginably terrible situations, everyone now faces the difficult reality of belonging to a national organization that continues to struggle to change its culture, to rebuild its leadership and to effectively serve its membership.

You might be asking why now? The short answer is that we believe the challenges facing the organization are simply more than it is capable of overcoming in its current form. We have worked closely with the new USAG board over recent months to support them, but despite diligent effort, the NGB continues to struggle. Even weeks ago, I hoped there was a different way forward. But we now believe that is no longer possible. You should know that revocation is subject to a process clearly outlined in the USOC Bylaws, and that process does not guarantee a particular outcome.

I do not know how long the process will take, and we will make every effort to proceed quickly. Sarasota has two County Commission seats subject to the primary and another for Democrats. Plus, there are primaries for an open state House seat in Sarasota and an open seat for both counties in the U. If you consider yourself a proud American citizen, there is no excuse for sitting this out. Use a mail-in ballot. You can call or you can go online. Ask for a ballot.

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In your underwear, if you chose. However, those letters will be limited to words. The word limit applies to all other letters. Please remember to limit candidate letters to words. As a year commercial tenant of the airport we obviously have a direct interest as to who is guiding the operations.

Two members are up for re-election, one is Robert Hancik who completing his first term. Hancik is the most qualified member of the board and administration as well. This is true, but without the basic and advanced skills of a seasoned veteran who is in touch with the constantly changing needs of the airport operation time, money and direction would be lost. I endorse Robert Hancik for re-election.

Achievement Awardwinning programs are examples for counties that are determined to enhance services for our residents.

Earlier this year, the same project won an award from the Florida chapter of the American Public Works Association. Congratulations, Chuck and Kelly. Since the service began in Aprilthe meeting streams have been viewed nearly 94, times and generated nearly 24, reactions, comments and shares.

It would be an understatement to say Babcock Ranch has been a transformative development in Charlotte County. From its groundbreaking solar farm to its autonomous vehicles, the project has been on the leading edge of technology.

I appreciate readers taking time to allow me to share these accomplishments will you. We apply for awards to measure our performance against organizations employing best practices around the state and country.

Getting recognition for a broad range of accomplishments demonstrates to residents and stakeholders that Charlotte County employees strive continuously to provide the best possible services and infrastructure. Congratulations again to my colleagues for their success.

Ray Sandrock is the Charlotte County administrator. Readers may reach him at Raymond. Charlotte County earns national achievement awards Ray Sandrock At a special meeting July 18, the Punta Gorda City Council approved the request for qualifications for the solicitation of services for development of a Citywide Master Plan. The City Council will serve as the evaluation and selection committee for this project. Solicitations are due Sept. Companies will be short-listed Sept.

Ranking will take place Oct. The city will then enter into contract negotiations with the top-ranked firm.

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To be held prior to the firm selected to undertake the master plan charrette process, the conference is intended to inform the community regarding best practices and will focus on areas critical to the future community and economic development of the city.

More details regarding date, time, location, speakers, etc. The proposed rate is 5. In accordance with state statute, the taxable value for homestead properties will increase no more than 2. The first public hearing on the proposed budget will be Sept. As part of FY budget discussions, staff pointed out that if approved, this measure will have a negative impact on property tax revenue beginning in FY Howard Kunik is the Punta Gorda city manager.

His column appears Wednesdays. Readers may reach him at HKunik ci. Are you concerned about zinc content in your denture adhesives? For more information on zinc and your denture adhesives visit www. Limited one per household. Not mentioned by Democrats is the fact that Nelson won three U. Senate races in a row, despite being listed second on the ballot inand Like most county supervisors, Lux said he publishes a sample ballot in local newspapers before Election Day.

If a court orders a rotational ballot system, the published sample ballot may differ from the ones voters see when they vote, he said. Scott won re-election as governor four years ago over Democrat Charlie Crist by a margin of 64, votes out of nearly 6 million cast.

Registered nurses at Fawcett are members of the National Nurses Organizing Committee Florida division, which is helping the nurses negotiate their contract with the hospital. Nurses participating in the informational picket Tuesday chanted slogans, some in their royal blue scrubs, with passersby honking their horns.

According to the press release, over 60 percent of the registered nurses have worked at the hospital for less than three years and over a third have worked there less than 18 months. This information was obtained through information requests the nurses received, the release said.

Phillips is part of the 16 percent of nurses who have been with the hospital for ten years or more. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

An earlier plan to build apartments on the site has been abandoned after objections from the neighborhood. Staff are now being trained to be intake specialists, Hussey said. Four intake specialists would eventually work at Parkside instead of Loveland. Commissioner Christopher Constance asked. Human Services is located at the Loveland building, because it shares a facility with the Health Department. The Health Department once offered primary care, but not anymore, Hussey said.

Constance, a medical doctor, said he hopes that primary care will return as a service of the county Health Department. The cost of a new facility along with future maintenance is too much for the county, Constance said. Creating a new facility makes less sense when the future is moving toward virtual encounters, he said.

Human service staff may in the future work with clients over a visual phone connection. Other commissioners objected to the suggestion that human services will go virtual. Homeless people will not have an apartment from which to connect virtually, said Commissioner Joseph Tiseo.

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Commissioner Ken Doherty said he supports the idea, but worries about paying for it. Mortimer spoke assuredly about the likely availability of sales tax dollars to fund the project, even at the higher cost. Sales tax revenues have been coming in higher than projected, he said, leaving a surplus of funds for capital projects such as this one.

If they receive formal approval, county staff will move forward with a building design. Steube spoke about policy regarding relocation for Florida veterans, school choice and reforming health care. Steube said he served almost four years in the Army and was an Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran.

I was in Operation Iraqi Freedom in a combat zone, getting combat pay. It is about something far more important. When veterans in the present lie about their service, they stain their own pasts and they dishonor all veterans. All Republican primary candidates for District 17 served in the military. Akins served in the Army from November to Maywith more than four years in Vietnam as an artillery forward observer.

Saputo issued a letter to Akins regarding the scheduled protest. Greg Steube, standing with Diego Echeverri, answers questions from attendees of the event. Nova Southeastern University law professor Shahabudeen Khan, though, says Drejka could have felt threatened while on the ground. Spokeswoman Nadine Drew says the district is still trying to determine the best way to get 3, students through the detectors each morning without creating long lines.

News outlets report the boy, his father and another child were treated for smoke inhalation at the scene. The American Red Cross is assisting the family. The goal of the trip is for the students to learn how to keep a youth movement going long after a tragedy has faded from the headlines. More than seven years later, the group is continuing its civic-minded work.

As part of their visit, the Florida students planted 17 trees on Tuesday to commemorate each of the students and staff members who were killed at their school. They placed pictures and notes with the saplings, and recounted memories of their former classmates and mentors in a ceremony that brought many of them to tears.

Hide Caption 3 of 13 Photos: Weeks later, on his final day in office, Bill Clinton would pardon an unusually large number of people including fugitive Marc Rich, a move that was dubbed "Pardongate. Clinton scandals through the years On February 12,the United States Senate voted on two articles of impeachment and acquitted former President Clinton. He was impeached by the House for perjury and obstruction of justice, related to statements he gave regarding his relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Hide Caption 5 of 13 Photos: Clinton scandals through the years Former President Clinton stands to the side as he waits to be introduced at an event at the White House on October 8, Later that afternoon, the Republican House majority adopted a motion to launch an impeachment inquiry into Clinton's presidency. Hide Caption 6 of 13 Photos: Clinton scandals through the years Former President Clinton listens to Hillary during an education event at the White House on January 26, During the event, Clinton made a statement about his alleged affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

The President vehemently denied the allegations, saying, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky, I never told anybody to lie, not a single time. Clinton scandals through the years On February 25,the Clinton administration released the names of plus people who stayed overnight in the Lincoln Bedroom of the White House.