US Department of Labor continue reading » The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) this week approved the Department of Labor’s request to delay the effective date by 18 months, to July 1, 2019. CUNA sent several comment letters during the rulemaking process pushing for the delay, to give credit unions extra time to resolve any additional compliance challenges.The rule defines who is a fiduciary of an employee benefit plan.In addition to the delay, CUNA supports additional research efforts to ensure credit union members are not harmed by the unintended consequences of overly broad rules, and additional analysis into whether the rule may limit choices for moderate or low-income consumers. 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Eight lots have been snapped up at the Haven Estate stage three pre-release, set to be complete in November, with Lachlan Nielson the first to purchase during the pre-release. Lachlan will move in with his partner and their dog, Nadine. PICTURE: Matt Taylor.LAND sales at Haven Estate’s Stage 3 have been heating up prior to it’s anticipated completion in late November. With views to Castle Hill eight laneway lots have already been snapped up off the plan with two new roads, 23 lots, walking tracks and green spaces currently under construction.Marketing and sales co-ordinator at Ellis Developments Meredith Sweeney said only 15 lots were left on the market. READ MORE Townsville has some of Australia’s best suburbs to invest READ MORE “We released a small portion of the lots to be available off the plan before earth works, and 8 lots were quickly snatched up,” Ms Sweeney said. “Many prospective buyers are waiting to see the lots divided and once that is complete, there will be many more sold stickers put up around the neighbourhood.” Lachlan Nielson who purchased the first lot of the stage three pre-sale said location was the main selling point. Eight lots have been snapped up at the Haven Estate stage three pre-release, set to be complete in November, with Lachlan Nielson the first to purchase during the pre-release. He is pictured with developer Stephen Ellis. PICTURE: Matt Taylor.“My partner and I were looking for a house to rent but came to the conclusion that buying our own home was better than renting at this time,” Mr Nielson said. “I wanted to build a new four bedroom house and we needed to be close to town but all the other developments we looked at were about 30 minutes away from the city.“Haven just ticked all our boxes in terms of price, location and design and they were really flexible with what I wanted with the build.”More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020New home sales consultant Tammy Baczynski said all the new land lots would continue to be built up to the flood immune Q100 level with extra engineering put into street drainage, easements, and storm run-off. “Because Haven remained high and dry during the February floods, we have definitely seen a massive rise in inquiries and buyers with record breaking land sales here at Haven over the last two quarters,” Ms Baczynski said.Director at Ellis Developments Stephen Ellis said the houses that would be built at Stage 3 were responding to a shift in demand for cleverly designed, well-executed inner-city urban homes.“At Ellis Developments and our projects such as Haven and Railway Cottages we are known for our meticulous attention to detail,” Mr Ellis said. “Haven is a testament to our drive for excellence and improving the way our clients live in their homes without compromising on designer inclusions.” House and land packages at Stage 3 of the development start at $289,000 for a 2 bedroom home, $359,000 for 3 bedrooms and $385,000 for 4 bedrooms. Step back in time with this charming Queenslander
ORVC Weekly Report (August 31–September 5).Players of the Week.Volleyball: Kelsei Konkle-Switzerland CountyGirls Cross Country: Megan Cole-South RipleyBoys Cross Country: Bradley Winston-SouthwesternGirls Golf: Megg Hensler and Carson Hambrick-Shawe MemorialBoys Soccer: Edi Tovar-SouthwesternGirls Soccer: Taylar Jordan-Switzerland CountyORVC Report (August 31-September 5)Courtesy of ORVC Recorder-Travis Calvert
David Ivan Bean, 78, of Greensburg passed away on August 21, 2017. He was born on June 16, 1939 in Osgood, the son of Ivan and Emily (Corson) Bean. He was a 1957 graduate of Osgood High School. On April 14, 1962 he married Carolyn June Weber and she preceded him in death on September 19, 2011. David was the owner of Napa of Greensburg. He had worked at KB Foods and most recently drove cars for Acra Automotive. He was a member of the Greensburg United Methodist Church, Masonic Lodge of Greensburg, Order of the Eastern Star, employed by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and was a Greensburg volunteer fireman. David was best known for spreading holiday cheer both locally and in the surrounding communities during the Christmas season. Survivors include: Daughters- Deborah (John) Sellers and Melissa (David) Fischer; Grandchildren- Olivia (Shane) Fischer-Smith, Sean Sellers, and Kyle Sellers; and Sister- Emily D. Lewis. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Carolyn and his brother Donald Bean.A visitation for family and friends will be held on Thursday, August 24, 2017 from 3PM 7PM at the Greensburg United Methodist Church. Funeral services will begin at 10AM on Friday, August 25 also at the church with Pastor Dan Richwine officiating. Burial will follow at the South Park Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to the Greensburg United Methodist Church or the Cheer Fund. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe .com.
Mt Lofty House, MGallery HVR VerandahLove is in the air this Valentine’s DayNew South WalesHarbour Rocks Hotel, MGallery by SofitelThis Valentine’s Day guests at Harbour Rocks Hotel’s Scarlett Restaurant are invited to enjoy a four course degustation dinner, plus a glass of bubbles on arrival and a red rose. Priced from $160.00 per person, or $130.00 per person for AccorPlus members. The meal must be fully prepaid and is non-refundable, subject to availability and conditions apply. To book, visit www.harbourrocks.com.au.Novotel Lake CrackenbackGuests are invited to rekindle their romance in the picturesque Snowy Mountains with the High Country Romance Package at Novotel Lake Crackenback. The package includes two nights accommodation, buffet breakfast daily, a two course dinner at Alpine Larder, a relaxing 45 minute massage for each guest, late check-out and complimentary resort activities including tennis courts and archery. Priced from $479 per person, the package is subject to availability and conditions apply. To book, visit www.lakecrackenback.com.au.Sofitel Sydney WentworthThis Valentine’s Day Sofitel Sydney Wentworth presents High Tea au Chocolat. The hotel’s renowned pastry team has partnered with the chocolatiers of Weiss chocolate to create a sinfully sweet surprise for guests to share with their amour. Priced from $69 per person, $79 per person including a glass of sparkling wine and $89 per person including a glass of Vevue Clicquot. For more information and to book, visit www.sofitelsydney.com.au.Pullman Quay Grand Sydney HarbourThe Ultimate Romance Package is presented by Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour this Valentine’s Day. Guests will enjoy an indulgent three course dinner and bottle of Champagne for two, served by a butler from their very own private balcony of one of the hotel’s luxurious suites. The suites offer one the world’s most romantic views of Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Priced from $1,199, the package also includes overnight accommodation, early check in, late check out and breakfast for two at Q Dining. Subject to availability and conditions apply. To book, visit www.pullmanquaygrandsydneyharbour.com.PerthMercure PerthThis Valentine’s Day, the Chef at Mercure Perth has designed a menu allowing guests to choose from romantically themed two, three or five course dinner options. Menu selections include indulgent oysters, soft shell crab and duck. Priced from $45 per person, including a glass of bubbles on arrival. To book call 08 9326 7000 or email [email protected] Perth LangleyGuests are invited to celebrate Valentine’s Day at Novotel Perth Langley. The hotel is offering a set menu at Senses Restaurant, including seafood options and an indulgent dessert trilogy. Priced from $65 per person or $50 per person for Accor Plus Members. To book visit, novotelperthlangley.com.au.AdelaideMt Lofty House, MGallery by Sofitel This Valentine’s Day, guests at Mt Lofty House, MGallery by Sofitel can enjoy a three, four or seven course dinner menu designed for romance at Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant (awarded three hats by the Australian Good Food Guide). Each in-house guest will be welcomed with a glass of the hotel’s Sequoia sparkling wine, and guests staying in the hotel’s Valley View rooms will be treated to a complimentary bottle of wine to be shared on the balcony and paired with stunning views. The menus are priced from $95 per person for three courses, $109 per person for four courses and $160 per person for seven courses. To book, visit www.mtloftyhouse.com.au.QueenslandMercure Kingfisher Bay Resort Fraser IslandGuests are invited to enjoy Valentine’s Day at Kingfisher Bay Resort on the stunning Fraser Island. The Fraser Romance Package includes three nights’ accommodation in a spa room, buffet breakfast daily, a complimentary bottle of wine and cheese platter at the Sunset Bar, a 30 minute massage per person and return passenger ferry transfers (ex River Heads). Priced from $498, the package is subject to availability and conditions apply. To book visit, www.kingfisherbay.comPullman Palm Cove Sea Temple Resort and SpaGuests are invited to treat their Valentine this year to a very special private dining experience at Pullman Palm Cove. The hotel’s ‘Red Romance Dinner’ allows guests to retreat to their suite with their valentine to enjoy a privately hosted dinner complete with red roses, chocolates and a Valentine’s Day degustation dinner. Priced from $499 per couple, subject to availability and conditions apply. To book, call 07 4059 9600 or email [email protected] TerritoryAyers Rock ResortThis Valentine’s Day guests are invited to indulge in the Mayu Wiru Exclusive Dining Experience. The evening begins with canapes and Champagne on a private look-out at Sails in the Desert. This is followed by an exclusive dinner served at the hotel’s private dining room during which guests will enjoy four exquisite courses infused with ancient Indigenous flavours and paired with premium wine. Mayu Wiru takes on the ancient Pitjantjatjara name for ‘beautiful flavour’ and serves up a truly innovative menu highlighted by our executive chef’s artistic use of Indigenous flavours and the unmistakable presence of exceptional service. After dinner, guests will be transferred to the Field of Light dune top to take in panoramic views of the Field of Light exhibition and the sparkling sky above. While guests enjoy a digistif the resident star talker will take them on a guided journey through the Southern night sky. The evening concludes with a private tour through the Field of Light where guests will be immersed by the 50,000 softy glistening lights of this global art phenomenon. The Mayu Wiru Exclusive Dining Experience is priced from $295pp and bookings can be made online at www.ayersrockresort.com.au.Source = AccorHotels