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There's a problem with the payroll in the Mayor's office, not enough money to pay employees. It's the result of a dispute between the mayor and city council.
22 May 2010
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July 25, 2011 (2:19) Congress failed to approve funding for the FAA, resulting in a partial-shutdown of the agency - and a weekend of tax-free flights.
26 Jul 2011
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July 26, 2011 (2:20) FAA workers told not to come to work; Moroccan plane crashes; Free agency begins; Microsoft apologizes; McDonalds adds apples.
27 Jul 2011
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Aviation's Most Positive Gathering Takes Atlanta by Storm The theme for the 20th Annual International Women in Aviation (WAI) Conference, concluded late last month, was "A New Approach for Your Tomorrow," but the Conference's underlying thrust was unquestionably jobs and the economy. Despite furloughs, fears and dwindling retirement funds, Conference-goers were full of determined optimism about their futures. Those WAI members who have spent their careers in the aviation industry were quick to assure younger attendees that the aviation industry operates in cycles and this one, too, shall pass. "Companies and organizations continue to hire, and we had active career recruiting by many of our exhibitors, especially for mechanics and technicians, but also for pilots, air traffic controllers and other positions as well," said WAI President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. "Our members and Conference attendees are proactive and steadfast; they are the top-tier candidates that any employer would want to hire." Conference highlights included: o Attendance reached nearly 3,000 women and men, including representatives from 15 countries. o The Exhibit Hall displayed 125 separate companies and organizations, representing all aspects of the aviation community o $459,450 in scholarships was distributed to WAI members at every stage of life from university students to mature members seeking a mid-life career change to aviation. o The WAI silent auction raised $18,500 for WAI's Endowment Fund, bringing the total in the Endowment Fund to $629,500. The money in the WAI Endowment Fund is used for scholarships. o WAI member Arlynn McMahon was named the 2009 National Certificated Flight Instructor of the Year. She is a chief flight instructor, a ground instructor, and the training center manager for Aero-Tech, a Part 141 Cessna Pilot Center at Lexington's Blue Grass Airport (LEX). McMahon is the first woman in 14 years to achieve this distinction. In another positive development, the Experimental Aircraft Association announced at the Conference that the organization will continue its partnership with Women in Aviation, International, to manage and host WomenVenture during EAA AirVenture 2009. This is the second year for WomenVenture, a week-long initiative to showcase women's aviation achievements while attracting more women to aviation by making resources and information more accessible and visible to them. Five women were inducted into WAI's International Pioneer Hall of Fame including Jacqueline Cochran, the first woman to break the sound barrier; Patricia Malone, a US Navy WAVE who trained aircraft carrier-based pilots on instrument flight procedures; Ruth Nichols who holds more than 35 women's aviation records; Dawn Seymour, the first woman accepted into the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP) at Cornell University, and who later was chosen for the WASP program; and Anna Timofeyeva-Yegorova, one of the most famous Soviet women to fly in a male combat regiment during World War II and holder of the Hero of the Soviet Union award. Added Dr. Chabrian, "This Conference was a celebration of 20 years of Women in Aviation conferences, and a rededication of our commitment to look forward by providing career opportunities for women in all aspects of the aviation community while looking back to recognize and honor the accomplishments of the determined women who made today's accomplishments and career choices possible." The 21st Annual International Women in Aviation Conference will be held at Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando, from February 25-27, 2010. As always, ANN will be there. Aero-TV Enjoys The Positive Energy At 'Women in Aviation 2009' FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
16 Mar 2009
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A Three Question Survey Of This Year's Amazing Women In Aviation Conference At a number of the more intriguing special events that ANN and Aero-TV partake in, we engage in an interesting exercise in which we pose at least three questions to a dozen or so of those attending to gauge the mood on a range of issues pertaining to the subject at hand. This year's Women In Aviation Event was ripe for another such pursuit. Of the three topics raised this year, one was the obvious issue of whether or not there was still a perceptible level of discrimination against women in the aviation industry, the second was whether or not the current economic issues might make it easier or more difficult for women to enter this industry -- and finally (today's episode), what advice our respondents might have for a women looking to the aviation world with her feet on the ground but stars in her eyes... The theme for the 20th Annual International Women in Aviation (WAI) Conference was "A New Approach for Your Tomorrow," but the Conference's underlying thrust was unquestionably jobs and the economy. Despite furloughs, fears and dwindling retirement funds, Conference-goers were full of determined optimism about their futures. Those WAI members who have spent their careers in the aviation industry were quick to assure younger attendees that the aviation industry operates in cycles and this one, too, shall pass. "Companies and organizations continue to hire, and we had active career recruiting by many of our exhibitors, especially for mechanics and technicians, but also for pilots, air traffic controllers and other positions as well," said WAI President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. "Our members and Conference attendees are proactive and steadfast; they are the top-tier candidates that any employer would want to hire." Conference highlights included: Attendance reached nearly 3,000 women and men, including representatives from 15 countries. The Exhibit Hall displayed 125 separate companies and organizations, representing all aspects of the aviation community $459,450 in scholarships was distributed to WAI members at every stage of life from university students to mature members seeking a mid-life career change to aviation. The WAI silent auction raised $18,500 for WAI's Endowment Fund, bringing the total in the Endowment Fund to $629,500. The money in the WAI Endowment Fund is used for scholarships. Five women were inducted into WAI's International Pioneer Hall of Fame including Jacqueline Cochran, the first woman to break the sound barrier; Patricia Malone, a US Navy WAVE who trained aircraft carrier-based pilots on instrument flight procedures; Ruth Nichols who holds more than 35 women's aviation records; Dawn Seymour, the first woman accepted into the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP) at Cornell University, and who later was chosen for the WASP program; and Anna Timofeyeva-Yegorova, one of the most famous Soviet women to fly in a male combat regiment during World War II and holder of the Hero of the Soviet Union award. Added Dr. Chabrian, "This Conference was a celebration of 20 years of Women in Aviation conferences, and a rededication of our commitment to look forward by providing career opportunities for women in all aspects of the aviation community while looking back to recognize and honor the accomplishments of the determined women who made today's accomplishments and career choices possible." The 21st Annual International Women in Aviation Conference will be held at Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando, from February 25-27, 2010. As always, ANN will be there. Aero-TV Asks Three Questions At The 2009 Women In Aviation Conference (Part 3)! FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
3 Apr 2009
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A Three Question Survey Of This Year's Amazing Women In Aviation Conference At a number of the more intriguing special events that ANN and Aero-TV partake in, we engage in an interesting exercise in which we pose at least three questions to a dozen or so of those attending to gauge the mood on a range of issues pertaining to the subject at hand. This year's Women In Aviation Event was ripe for another such pursuit. Of the three topics raised this year, one was the obvious issue of whether or not there was still a perceptible level of discrimination against women in the aviation industry, the second (today's episode) was whether or not the current economic issues might make it easier or more difficult for women to enter this industry -- and finally, what advice our respondents might have for a women looking to the aviation world with her feet on the ground but stars in her eyes... The theme for the 20th Annual International Women in Aviation (WAI) Conference was "A New Approach for Your Tomorrow," but the Conference's underlying thrust was unquestionably jobs and the economy. Despite furloughs, fears and dwindling retirement funds, Conference-goers were full of determined optimism about their futures. Those WAI members who have spent their careers in the aviation industry were quick to assure younger attendees that the aviation industry operates in cycles and this one, too, shall pass. "Companies and organizations continue to hire, and we had active career recruiting by many of our exhibitors, especially for mechanics and technicians, but also for pilots, air traffic controllers and other positions as well," said WAI President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. "Our members and Conference attendees are proactive and steadfast; they are the top-tier candidates that any employer would want to hire." Conference highlights included: Attendance reached nearly 3,000 women and men, including representatives from 15 countries. The Exhibit Hall displayed 125 separate companies and organizations, representing all aspects of the aviation community $459,450 in scholarships was distributed to WAI members at every stage of life from university students to mature members seeking a mid-life career change to aviation. The WAI silent auction raised $18,500 for WAI's Endowment Fund, bringing the total in the Endowment Fund to $629,500. The money in the WAI Endowment Fund is used for scholarships. Five women were inducted into WAI's International Pioneer Hall of Fame including Jacqueline Cochran, the first woman to break the sound barrier; Patricia Malone, a US Navy WAVE who trained aircraft carrier-based pilots on instrument flight procedures; Ruth Nichols who holds more than 35 women's aviation records; Dawn Seymour, the first woman accepted into the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP) at Cornell University, and who later was chosen for the WASP program; and Anna Timofeyeva-Yegorova, one of the most famous Soviet women to fly in a male combat regiment during World War II and holder of the Hero of the Soviet Union award. Added Dr. Chabrian, "This Conference was a celebration of 20 years of Women in Aviation conferences, and a rededication of our commitment to look forward by providing career opportunities for women in all aspects of the aviation community while looking back to recognize and honor the accomplishments of the determined women who made today's accomplishments and career choices possible." The 21st Annual International Women in Aviation Conference will be held at Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, near Orlando, from February 25-27, 2010. As always, ANN will be there. Aero-TV Asks Three Questions At The 2009 Women In Aviation Conference (Part 2)! FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
3 Apr 2009
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The on-going budget battle has taken a toll on state workers who are being forced to take furloughs. Many state employees said they are struggling to make ends meet, and they're bracing for the likelihood that things could get much worse.
13 May 2010
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KEPT ME OUT OF JAIL!!! Edward Ajlouny was successful in negotiating out a reasonable plea agreement and kept me out of jail. This was possible due to his knowledge of the law, and his positive working relationships within the DA's office and with the judge. He was treated with respect throughout the process and even facilitated a meeting between the DA and I so I could tell him the truth. I am certain that this meeting was a key to his ability to negotiate a deal. GOOD...HONEST criminal lawyer!!! User Rating: 5 out of 5 stars I hired Mr. Ajlouny after having two very serious charges filed against me. He took me on as a client the minute I needed him. He took me on a good faith policy. He did not ask for any money up front. He did a very professional job and was a very honest man. He battled the DA on my behalf. As a result I did not have to go to trial. I was able to go to a work furlough program. I would recommend Mr. Ajlouny to anyone who needs a good, honest criminal lawyer. DO NOT NEED ANOTHER ATTORNEY!!! Edward Ajlouny has done a great job for me twice! The first time Mr. Ajlouny got me into DEJ from 2 felonies. I was able to complete the program and my charges were dropped. This time around it was three felonies. Other lawyers wanted twice as much $$ as Mr. Ajlouny! Mr. Ajlouny was very straight forward and let me know the ways my case could go. After reviewing my situation even thought he might get it dismissed. Even when he was pretty sure it was going to be dismissed he told me not to get my hopes up until it was done. Edward Ajlouny got all the charges dismissed! I would highly recommend him to anyone who needs a crimminal defense attorney. I don't plan on needing another attorney, BUT if I do I know who I will call. NOTICE: The reviewer of this law office is a real client. This positive testimonial review of Edward N. Ajlouny Attorney at Law in San Jose, CA may be modified to qualify as unique content within the review space provided herein. Call the Law offices of Edward N Ajlouny at (408) 297-6425 for more FIVE STAR****Law Office Reviews and Ratings. Edward N Ajlouny represents the San Jose and San Francisco Bay Area and can guide you through the tangled morass called the criminal justice system. I know the law. More importantly I know the system, and how to protect your rights. I have 15 years of experience in the District Attorney's office: and solid experience as a Criminal Defense Attorney. As a former United States Marine, I am determined, tough, and will fight vigorously on your behalf. I have personally tried over 30 jury trials, with great success. Most cases do not end up in Trial, but if yours is one of them, you are in the hands of an experienced professional. My only desire is to do an excellent job on your behalf. Please contact me at 408-297-6425.
8 Oct 2010
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Took Me as a client the minute I needed him!! User Rating: 5 out of 5 stars I hired Mr. Ajlouny after having two very serious charges filed against me. He took me on as a client the minute I needed him. He took me on a good faith policy. He did not ask for any money up front. He did a very professional job and was a very honest man. He battled the DA on my behalf. As a result I did not have to go to trial. I was able to go to a work furlough program. I would recommend Mr. Ajlouny to anyone who needs a good, honest criminal lawyer. GREAT GUY!!! I hired Edward for a Domestic Violence case. We went to trial, and Edward did a fantastic job and got me acquitted of all charges at trial. I walked away a free man. Edward is a great guy and I would recommend him to anyone who needs an excellent criminal lawyer.
9 May 2011
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HONEST OPINION!!! I was charged with drug possession. I talked to several lawyers and Edward Ajlouny provided true and honest opinion right into the pocket. He talked to the DA at pretrial and the case got dismissed although some complications of possible downturn. He is the best lawyer for your time and money. VERY...PROFESSIONAL!!! User Rating: 5 out of 5 stars I hired Mr. Ajlouny after having two very serious charges filed against me. He took me on as a client the minute I needed him. He took me on a good faith policy. He did not ask for any money up front. He did a very professional job and was a very honest man. He battled the DA on my behalf. As a result I did not have to go to trial. I was able to go to a work furlough program. I would recommend Mr. Ajlouny to anyone who needs a good, honest criminal lawyer.
9 May 2011
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