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“Into the West” seeks clarity on Kennedy’s transport hub proposal

first_img Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry The lobby group Into the West is calling on the North’s Regional Development Minister to clarify his intentions for the old Waterside Railway Station in Derry.Yesterday, it was confirmed that the outcome of a public consultation on the future of rail services showed a clear majority in favour of refurbishing and reopening the facility. Minister Danny Kennedy subsequently issued a statement saying he wants to see the old station developed as a transport hub.Martin Melaugh of Into the West says this is a welcome statement, but he says the minister needs to elaborate on his vision, particularly as his statement did not mention trains……..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/melaughintothewest1.mp3[/podcast] Google+ Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal By News Highland – March 20, 2014 News Facebook Pinterest Google+ Previous articleHarley’s injuries not as serious as first fearedNext articleOne man dies following Lough Ree rescue News Highland Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North center_img Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Facebook “Into the West” seeks clarity on Kennedy’s transport hub proposallast_img read more

Meet Hamish Linklater, John Noble & the Cast of Doug Wright’s Posterity

first_imgA playwright and a sculptor wage war in Posterity, a new play by Pulitzer and Tony winner Doug Wright premiering February 25, 2015 at the Atlantic Theatre Company. Directed by Wright, the production stars Hamish Linklater as sculptor Gustav Vigeland and John Noble as playwright Henrik Ibsen, as well as Dale Soules as Greta Bergstrom, Henry Stram as Sophus Larpent and Mickey Theis as Anfinn Beck. Check out this Hot Shot of the cast taking a break from rehearsal, then catch Posterity, opening March 15! View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on April 5, 2015 Posterity Related Showslast_img read more

Long Island Country Club Sales Upswing

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Multiple independent Long Island country clubs were sold off to corporations in the past year as part of a growing trend that may continue due to the factors of changing demographics and increased competition.In October, the Muttontown Club in East Norwich was acquired by Concert Golf Partners, according to Peter Nanula, a spokesman for the corporation. Just days before that, in September, the board of directors at Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor voted to sell its assets—including its 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, pool and clubhouse—to RXR Realty, the largest commercial real estate owner on LI, which plans to keep the club open but signaled that it plans to develop part of the 210-acre property. That news came five months after Weiss Properties and 2020 Acquisitions bought the 109-year-old Woodmere Club in Woodmere.The purchase of the Muttontown Club was part of a recapitalization deal, unanimously approved by the club’s board of directors and by a 96-3 vote of its members, under which Concert Golf paid off the club’s debt, lowered equity member dues and infused $1 million into the club. according to the corporation. Not clear was the purchase price.“Terms were confidential,” Nanula says.An update on the Engineers deal wasn’t available and RXR declined to comment for this story. Before those three transactions, in 2015, the 125-acre Cedarbrook Club in Old Brookville was put up for sale, the 107-acre Woodcrest Country Club in Muttontown sold for $19 million in 2010 and the North Shore Country Club in Glen Head was purchased for $12.5 million in 2009.Also in negotiations for sale and partial development was the 168-acre Cold Spring Country Club. Matt Tucker, that club’s general manager, declined to comment.A deal to acquire Cedarbrook Club fell through early this year, according to David Rafiy, its director.“We’re looking to build up the membership and catering business, and we’ll consider other alternatives as well,” he says, noting that membership is “up significantly.”Driving the issue is the fact that many younger parents don’t have much time to play golf, the number of courses has expanded, especially on LI — where private clubs now compete with new, “high-end” municipal courses — and certain clubs have rising debt and declining membership, Rafiy says.“They had high standards, spent a lot of money on renovations and they had big loans,” he says. “Rather than continue to pass along the deficits to their members, they decided to sell.”One bright spot is that the number of people interested in golf seems to be “on the upswing,” he says.Although he expects the number of local country clubs being put upfor sale will “level off,” he predicts “there are probably a few more clubs that will change hands.”While member-owned Pine Hollow Country Club in East Norwich is flourishing as a “fullservice, family centric country club” with amenities including an Olympic-size pool, tennis courts and an 18-hole golf course, “a lot of other clubs are kind of going into the golf club” business and moving away from “top-level service” to save money, says Brian Lau, general manager.Others trying to maintain high-end services are drastically slashing membership fees to be more competitive with other local clubs — “a slippery slope” because they’re “bringing [members] in at substantially less revenue,” he says. “That equation just doesn’t work.”It also remains to be seen how clubs that were once member-owned will fare now after being bought out by corporations that start making all the decisions, he says. Experts say they must figure out ways to attract younger members to survive.“The cost of living is going up substantially on Long Island,” he says. “Everything is going up. So, it’s really, really, really tough for young families to join a country club.”last_img read more

Christmas arrives at the White House

first_imgChristmas has officially arrived at the White House and this year’s theme is “The Spirit of America!”First Lady Melania Trump tweeted about this year’s theme late Sunday night and accompanied it with a minute long video.More detailed photos of the decorations where then posted early Monday!What do you think?“The Spirit of America”#ChristmasWhiteHouse2019 pic.twitter.com/4zgxBJN4L1— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) December 2, 2019last_img