"My strong sense is that some of the safety projects would receive first priority," Superintendent Andy Rikli said. "For example, we know what some of the locks at some of our elementary buildings need to be replaced immediately. Some of those projects could be done as early as this summer." … [Read more...] about Papillion-La Vista bond vote clears the way for safety improvements, building additions
Whats hasta la vista meaning
Bajo las nuevas Reglas de Elecciones de la Junta, prácticamente todos los asuntos relacionados a la elección serán adjudicados después de la elección. Este proceso sería parecido al método utilizado en el reciente caso de los jugadores de fútbol americano de Northwestern University, en el cual la Junta celebró la elección y confiscó las papeletas. La Junta resolverá cualquier asunto después de concluida la elección y contados los votos, siempre y cuando las objeciones no afecten a más del 20% de las unidades apropiadas. … [Read more...] about Uniones a la vista… Uniones a la vista… ¡No necesitamos la lámpara de Paul Revere para ver quién viene!
For Klug, that means bringing sewer service to the southern portion of the county. A ridge line — which cuts roughly east to west across the county — means the southern portion of Sarpy is largely without sewer infrastructure. Last year, the Sarpy County and Sarpy Cities Wastewater Agency was formed to manage the undertaking. … [Read more...] about NRD chair, Papillion-La Vista school official compete in primary for Sarpy County Board
[Ed. note: Good catch, Ms. Parker! I wanted a category broader than “libertarian,” especially because that term comes with some additional political freight because of the party of the same name. Here we are talking about Madisonian kinds of conservatives who are mostly focused on restraining government power. And their most certainly are liberty minded folks on the left, too. The Bill of Rights has lots of defenders, but political orientation tends to dictate which components get the most attention. In fact, one of the central tensions in American liberalism today is between those traditional liberals who are primarily interested in preserving freedom of speech, freedom of expression and other personal liberties versus those who are more interested in social justice concerns. The two often don’t align well. Conservatives have a similar problem between those liberty-minded folks we mentioned and those who think a little extra authoritarianism is merited these … [Read more...] about What firing Mueller would mean for the GOP
Viewed superficially, the decision could be interpreted to mean that plan fiduciaries must always select the cheapest share class. However, that is not correct. As a part of the decision, the attorneys for the plan committee argued that the retail share classes were justified since the revenue sharing paid by the mutual funds (and their affiliates) was used to pay for appropriate plan expenses (and, presumably, were enough to offset the additional cost of the retail share classes). The attorneys were justified in taking that position because other courts have held that, where mutual funds pay amounts to cover reasonable costs for operating a plan, the additional expense is reasonable. The Tibble court responded that the attorneys should have raised the argument at trial (which was years ago) and that the argument would not be considered at this point in the proceedings. As a result, the Tibble fiduciaries were left without a legal basis for justifying the increased … [Read more...] about What the Tibble Decision Means to Advisers: Interesting Angles on the DOL’s Fiduciary Rule #60