Bar leaders: Mark your calendars by placing a large red circle around January 16. Or for the legal tekkies out there, punch the date into your electronic organizer for the 2003 All Bar Conference.Bar President Tod Aronovitz is requesting your participation in this special meeting to review the Dignity in Law campaign and engage in lively dialogue about the need to increase public awareness about the important role lawyers play in society.“Most lawyers and judges are proud of our profession and are dismayed by unwarranted attacks,” Aronovitz said. “It’s time to draw a line in the sand and to state that we comprise a unique profession and that we won’t accept unjustified criticism any longer.”The conference will be held in conjunction with The Florida Bar’s January15-18 Midyear Meeting at the Hyatt Regency in Miami. In early November, invitations will be sent by the president to Florida Bar leaders including the Bar Board of Governors, The Florida Bar Young Lawyers board, voluntary bar leaders, section and standing committee chairs, members of the board of The Florida Bar Foundation, and the judiciary.Dignity in Law is a public awareness campaign designed to promote dignity in the profession, as well as emphasizing the need for a fair and impartial judiciary by applying an intensive, consistent communications effort. The plan also is designed to complement existing Bar public information efforts.The daylong program tentatively includes media spokesperson training and a media panel discussion that will address the merits of the program and provide suggestions on how to improve the profession’s public perception. Only Florida journalists will appear on the panel.There also will be brainstorming sessions for all attendees to critically analyze communication techniques with legislators, media, bar members, and consumers.Aronovitz said the erosion of respect for the legal profession stems from its commercialization, promotion by advertisement, emphasis on profit and financial gain, as well as fast-paced competition with clients’ demands and the pursuit of legal excellence. Bar polls consistently show most Florida lawyers view journalistic attacks as unfair and ask Bar leadership “to take a stand to tell our story.”More than $250,000 has been contributed by Bar members and sections to support the Dignity in Law program, according to Toyca Williams, of the Bar’s Public Information Department. Aronovitz said he is satisfied with the program’s success so far and hears about it on a daily basis from lawyers, judges, and the public.“I can’t go to a courthouse, restaurant, or a public event and not be stopped by lawyers and judges who are proud of The Florida Bar’s effort to tell the whole story,” Aronovitz said. “We are getting the message out to all Floridians about the great work lawyers and judges do every day for their clients, in the courtrooms, and in the community.”Aronovitz recalls recently being recognized by a lawyer and his family in a pizza restaurant. The lawyer thanked Aronovitz and The Florida Bar for taking up the charge to tell a more complete story about lawyering in Florida.Williams said the message also has spread nationally and garnered support outside Florida. Other legal organizations have asked Aronovitz to speak to their members about Dignity in Law.“Contrary to the sensationalized criminal cases that the public most often associates with the legal profession, most legal work is essential and goes largely unnoticed,” Aronovitz said. “From buying or selling a home to preparing a will, Floridians rely on attorneys to ensure that their rights and best interests are protected.” All Bar Conference to focus on Dignity in Law program November 1, 2002 Regular News All Bar Conference to focus on Dignity in Law program
The referee of Chelsea-BarÑa (2009) Tom Henning Ovrebo, has reflected on one of the most controversial matches in the history of the Champions League.TheÂ 51 years old now lives peacefully in the Norwegian capital since that controversial match about nine years alone.Â His name went down in the history of the Champions League after theÂ refereeing of the second matchÂ of the semifinals of the 08-09 season, after Barca and Chelsea had tied 0-0 at the Camp Nou. In Stamford BridgeÂ English team ended up asking up to four clear penalties, according to their point of view.“I do not work anymore as a referee of any sort, although when myÂ colleagues need some advice, especially from the mental point of view, I try to help them. But I do not participate on a daily basis.”On whether he was proud of referreing in that infamous match, Ovrebo said: “Not at all.Â It was not my best day, really.Â But those mistakes can be committed by a referee … and sometimes a player or a coach. You may not have that day the level you should have. But no, I can not be proud of that day.There were several mistakes and everyone will have their opinion of those plays. But, I insist, the players and the coaches also fail, and nothing happens. I am proud of having had a long career and having been in the European elite for a while, and among the best in my country at least.Â That’s why you can not remember my career just for that game, although some people, like you, do it … unfortunately.“Answering ifÂ his refereeingÂ was ‘the most scandalous in the history of the Champions’, he said:“It could be, I do not know. I can not change the opinion of the people. But it would be interesting to ask the fans of Real Madrid, for example, that if it had been in favor of their team, instead of Barca, would they have the same opinion of me?”AlsoÂ Ovrebo claims he did not consider retiring after the Stamford Bridge game.“No, not at all, although I think that party influenced my career and I lost the respect of many, of course. But I kept refereeing after that, for the record.“When a player fails, nothing happens. And, therefore, you have to accept the mistakes of a referee.Â Unfortunately, they happen and football must accept it. It’s what I think, at least.”The two teams face offÂ tomorrowÂ in same competition at Stamford Bridge and the return leg holdsÂ two weeks laterÂ in Spain.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. Government is seeking feedback from residents on new laws and policies being developed to better support people with disabilities.Accessibility legislation would guide government, persons with disabilities, and the broader community to work together to identify, remove and prevent barriers.According to the government, there are more than 926,000 British Columbians over the age of 15 with some form of disability, nearly 25% of the population.- Advertisement -Public Engagement Sessions are being set in communities across the province with Shane Simpson, Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction who is seeking feedback to develop new laws, standards and policies.Session Three takes place in Fort St. John on Tuesday, October 15, 2019, from 5 pm to 7:30 pm at the North Peace Cultural Centre in the Conference & Dance Room.The opportunity to provide feedback will be open from September 16 to November 29, 2019, at 4 pmAdvertisement Available ways to share your feedback include;Completing the online questionnaire. This will take approximately 10 minutes;Sending your comments by email or telephone;Attending an in-person session in one of nine locations;Participating in a virtual town hall;Community groups, libraries and other organizations can apply for resources for independent community meetings for up to $2,000 to host their own conversations and provide feedback. For details, visit SPARC BC.Organizations, self-advocates and advocates can also make formal submissions that will be posted to this site.After the consultation period ends, the B.C. Government will provide a summary of the feedback and input that has been received. This feedback and input will be used to inform the development of accessibility legislation for B.C.For more information, CLICK HEREAdvertisement To view the FB Event page; CLICK HERE
Manus Kelly, a prominent businessman and Donegal County Councillor, has been named as the competitor killed on Sunday following a crash at the Donegal International Rally.Kelly lost his life as a result of a horror crash as he competed in this year’s Donegal International – an event he won in each of the previous three years.The Hyundai i20 R5 Kelly was driving left the road during special stage 15, Fanad Head, the first of six stages planned for Sunday afternoon, the final day of the three-day event. The crash happened around 12.30pm at Baile na Brocar.The race was halted and subsequently cancelled and an investigation has been launched by Motorsport Ireland and the Donegal Motor club.Kelly’s co-driver Donall Barrett was taken to Letterkenny University Hospital. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening.Aged 41, Kelly was married, to Bernie and they have five children. He is also survived by his parents, Donal and Jacqueline, and eight siblings. Kelly was a newly-elected councillor in Donegal County Council. In last month’s election, Kelly, running as a Fianna Fáil candidate, polled 906 first preference votes.“It was obvious throughout his recent election campaign that he was passionate and entirely committed to serving the people of the Letterkenny electoral area which he cherished,’ Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin said.“Manus made a huge contribution to his community. As a self-employed businessman, he employed 60 people in Letterkenny. He was an active fundraiser and advocate for the Letterkenny University Hospital.“He will be sorely missed by his family, friends and all those closest to him. My thoughts this evening also remain with Manus’s co-driver and loyal colleague, Donal Barrett. Manus’s death is an immeasurable loss to us all.”A successful businessman, Kelly was the managing director of Tailored Facility Solutions, a property management company based in Letterkenny, and also the proprietor of the popular Uptown Cafe in Letterkenny. Kelly was a long-time motorsport enthusiast and shot to prominence in 2015 when winning the national rally at the Donegal International Rally.“Manus was a great ambassador for our sport and for the Donegal Rally,” Clerk of the Course Eamonn McGee said.“It’s devastating news for everyone to process. Manus was such a popular character and a great competitor.”Kelly was deeply immersed in the Glenswilly GAA club and managed them to a Senior C Championship win in 2016. Kelly was a club-mate of Donegal captain Michael Murphy. News of the tragedy was conveyed to the Donegal dressing room after their win over Cavan in the Ulster final and the mood was sombre as they processed the news.A joint statement issued by the Donegal Motor Club and Motorsport Ireland said: “Donegal Motor Club and Motorsport Ireland would like to extend its sympathies to the family and friends of Manus Kelly who was fatally injured during a tragic accident while competing in the Donegal International Rally on Sunday, 23rd June 2019.“Manus was a three-time winner of the rally and was immensely popular in the rally fraternity. Our thoughts are with his family and all affected at this time.”Manus Kelly tragically loses his life in Donegal International Rally accident was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegal international rallyManus KellyRIP
Cathay Pacific’s profit has nosedived almost 110 per cent to a 2016 net loss of $HK575m ($US74m) amid warnings from the Hong Kong group that it expects the environment this year to remain challenging.The worse than expected result is the group’s first loss in eight years and came as it grappled with the aggressive expansion of Chinese carriers.The carrier blamed the slump from a 2015 profit of $HK6 billion on “intense and increased” competition combined with economic factors such as the strength of the Hong Kong Dollar and reduced economic growth in mainland China.Cathay said other airlines significantly increased capacity during the year with more direct flights from mainland China and increased competition from low-cost carriers.Group revenue fell 9.4 per cent to $HK92.75 billion.Overcapacity hit cargo operations, where revenue was down 13.2 per cent, and the strong Hong Kong dollar made the city an expensive destination and reduced visitor numbers, it said.Benefits from low fuel prices were also partially offset by fuel hedging losses.The upshot was a 9.4 per cent reduction in group revenue to $HK92.75 billion and a warning the stress would continue.“We expect the operating environment in 2017 to remain challenging. Strong competition from other airlines and the adverse effect of the strength of the Hong Kong dollar are expected to continue to put pressure on yield,’’ Cathay chairman John Slosar said. .”The cargo market got off to a good start, but overcapacity is expected to persist.’’Passenger revenue fell 8.4 per cent to $HK66.9 billion while capacity increased by 2.4 per cent as new routes such as Madrid and London Gatwick were added and frequencies were increased on others. The load factor was down 1.2 percentage points to 84.5 per cent while yields fell 9.2 per cent.The airline took delivery of 10 Airbus A350-900s during the year and deployed them on services to Auckland, Düsseldorf, London Gatwick, Paris and Rome.t retired its remaining Boeing 747-400s and three Airbus A340-300s during the year with another A340 leaving in January and the remaining three aircraft all due to go this year.Cathay expects to continue to benefit this year lower fuel prices, but to a lesser extent than in 2016, as it works to reduce costs, improve reliability and use its assets more efficiently. “Despite the challenges with which we are faced, we still expect our business to grow in the long term.’’ Slosar said. “Air traffic to, from and within the Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow strongly. We intend to benefit from this growth by increasing our passenger capacity by 4-5 per cent per annum, at least until the third runway at Hong Kong International Airport is open.“We will continue to introduce new destinations and to increase frequencies on our most popular routes.’’Slosar said the group was embarking on a three-year “corporate transformation program’’ aimed at producing returns above the cost of capital.“The goal is to become a more agile and competitive organisation in order to take advantage of changing market trends and customer preferences,’’ he said.
The 11th edition of the conference will feature sessions on the financial, legal, and technical aspects of green homebuildingThe National Green Building Conference, scheduled for May 8-11 in Dallas, will kick off with a tour highlighting the energy efficient features of six Dallas-area homes, then get down to the business and technical sides of green residential construction, the National Association of Home Builders said in a recent conference reminder.The 30-plus education sessions on the docket for May 9 and 10 include: “From the Basement to the Attic: A Deep-Energy Retrofit” (presented by Peter Yost, BuildingGreen LLC’s own director of residential services), “The Biggest Energy Mistakes Builders & Architects Make Part I,” “Looking Under the Hood: How Top Green Builders Do It,” “National Green Building Certification” (including certification for multifamily, site development, and remodeling projects), “The Down & Clean of Affordable Green,” “Green Building Legal and Liability Issues,” and a marketing session titled “Demonstrating the Home: The Competitive Edge.”Highlights on the Tour of Green Homes, on May 8, include a near-zero-energy home equipped with a ground-source heat pump that collects heat from six 300-ft. wells, a cutting-edge green design designated an Energy Value Housing Award winner, and a home in the close-in suburbs remodeled to fit the needs of a family looking for sustainable design and easy maintenance.Financier and wind-power advocate T. Boone Pickens is scheduled to speak at the conference awards dinner on May 8, and Joel Makower, the author of Strategies for the Green Economy, is the keynote speaker on May 9.
AI is Not the Holy Grail of Sales, at Least Not… Related Posts Brad AndersonEditor In Chief at ReadWrite Tags:#marketing#omni channel Trends Driving the Loyalty Marketing Industry Brad is the editor overseeing contributed content at ReadWrite.com. He previously worked as an editor at PayPal and Crunchbase. You can reach him at brad at readwrite.com. AI: How it’s Impacting Surveillance Data Storage A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Omni-channel marketing is now a core strategy that brands use to engage with customers across multiple channels. These channels include physical storefronts, websites, social media, mobile apps, and catalogs. Customers interact with brands through so many channels and devices, each with a completely different set of expectations. As a result, brands struggle because there isn’t a set pattern to follow for how to interact and keep track of these audiences.The Omni-channel Marketing ChallengesIn addition to knowing exactly when and where audiences will be — or will want to be contacted — brands also have to be seamless and consistent in their actions. Plus, brands must personalize all marketing messages in an authentic, engaging way. While it can be a formidable task to implement an effective omni-channel marketing program, it’s also necessary for matching customers’ expectations.It has to be customer-centric because there is a different approach in terms of how the customer shops. For example, a customer could be simultaneously using two channels as they shop in a physical store but compare prices and product availability online. However, even after many years of putting omni-channel marketing into practice, some brands have yet to master an effective strategic program.In addition to succeeding at effective omni-channel messaging, brands also face the serious challenge of how to track across all of these channels. Not all tracking mechanisms are integrated across the various channels and devices nor is there a system for sharing the data gathered in a way that helps the entire organization leverage the insights.Add to this continually shifting preferences for how to undertake this journey and companies are perplexed how to track and attribute the data to various audience segments. Therefore, it’s essential that brands have a clear dashboard to monitor the effectiveness and results of their marketing efforts. However, each channel presents its own specific challenges for collecting this critical data.Become the CustomerIn 2019, more brands must focus on gaining a better understanding of the customers’ perspectives in order to address these challenges and create a cohesive experience for their audiences. In seeing it through their eyes, brands can develop a better understanding of how to create integrated, consistent, and customized customer experiences that their audience wants across all channels.In becoming the customer, more brands will see the context for the different journeys customers take across channels and why they start and end purchase decisions this way. Also, it’s not just one part of the marketing team that has to buy into the idea of becoming the customer; it’s the entire organization that has to embrace this viewpoint and make it part of the company’s culture.Acknowledging 2019 TrendsNumerous trends in the coming year are set to impact the state of omni-channel marketing and may signal potential solutions for past challenges. First, artificial intelligence continues to migrate into the marketing world. This technology is adding value in the speed and scope to which it can collect insights about search patterns and buyer behavior. In leveraging AI, a brand may be able to more seamlessly jump between platforms with personalized experiences at a response rate that couldn’t be achieved otherwise.Another trend connected to AI is the use of chatbots, which can essentially take over customer service and tech support, providing answers and assistance around-the-clock. Being able to accurately address customer needs at a much more fast can also improve the overall experience for customers no matter what device or channel they are using.One trend that continues into 2019 is consumer aversion to advertising and selling, in general. The increased use of ad blockers means that marketers have to find other ways to approach their audiences. The trend toward more native advertising is based on findings that show spend in this area is set to go from $25.12 billion in 2017 to $41.14 billion by the end of 2019. That means a move from banner ads to using stories in instagram and other techniques to blend the advertising format with a content informational feel.Next, advanced voice search will increase as more consumers get accustomed to using virtual assistants like Google Home or Amazon Echo to now receive information about products and services, including promotions and purchases. For example, 50% of all searches will be voice searches by 2020, according to comScore while another source estimated that 30% of all searches will be done without a screen by 2020. That means changing an omni-channel strategy to consider the growing popularity and preference for these new devices as part of the overall shopping experience.Customer Data Reveals AllMeasure everything you do related to omni-channel tactics, including determining what is effective for each segment of your audience. This will address the personalized experiences customers now expect and reveal if you need to further personalize them.The extraordinary amount of customer data now available is both a blessing and a curse. It’s knowing how to use the data correctly to reveal performance insights that further direct how to improve the overall omni-channel marketing approach.These challenges have made it so marketers are forced to smarter solutions for handling their omni-channel marketing strategies. Now, the best way to track these channels is a combination of strategies. According to Sam Darawish, CEO and Co-Founder of Everflow Technologies, noted, “Smart omni-channel marketing reporting has only recently become possible thanks to the accessibility and affordability of solutions like Google Cloud. Cloud technology enabled our platform to break down all channel and marketing segments in real time at scale, and compare the data against each other for better decision making. The continuing massive growth in mobile users generates an overwhelming quantity of data that makes it impossible for older solutions to efficiently process or provide effective analytics.”Sam noted that having a partner that makes it easy for you to segment your data across specific metrics. This helps marketers understand the multiple perspectives of different audience segments and how they responded to omni-channel marketing efforts on specific channels and devices.His suggestions for how to handle multi-channel tracking include utilizing postbacks to return the data from every channel directly into their reporting. This method works on both mobile and desktop and avoids the massive tracking changes/requirements. For influencer channels, marketers can track partners through clickless promo codes that automatically credit their influencers for every action taken when those codes are used. From going offline to online companies, there are data companies like LiveRamp that take brick and mortar customer data, transform it into encrypted data, and enable marketers to find those users across online and mobile channels.Migrating From Past Marketing PracticesThe most important challenge for marketing strategies is figuring out how to first track each of these channel’s data and then how to collect it in a single location to make smart decisions about the best way to utilize these insights. However, part of the issue for advancing the effectiveness of omni-channel results has been that marketers may be defaulting to previous marketing practices. For example, marketing used to be tracked via cookies placed on a desktop.However, with the migration to ITP 2.0, GDPR and the legal requirements to adhere to specific privacy laws regarding personal data, and the fact that mobile has never tracked well with cookies, it’s time to move on from these practices. Otherwise, the stronger guidelines around data privacy will add further challenges to tracking capabilities and further prohibit marketers from understanding their audiences.Establishing Omni-channel Marketing Best PracticesWith these challenges and trends in mind, more brands may want to develop and execute on specific omni-channel marketing best practices. First, track all the platforms, devices, and channels that customers use to interact with your brand. Take that journey yourself to experience what they do as they engage with you across these channels. Seeing it this way will tell you what is working and what needs to be changed in order to align messaging and experiences in a consistent way.Collaboration and shared insights across the organization is integral to omni-channel marketing success. With everyone on the same page with messaging, infrastructure, and resources, the marketing tactics will feel seamless to customers on the receiving end.An Evolutionary Marketing Process Continually track trends like those mentioned previously to determine if there is a need to adopt newer technologies, such as virtual reality, if testing reveals that this addition would be something your audience valued. By undertaking these omni-channel marketing best practices in 2019, your brand may realize greater customer engagement and a deeper understanding of the complex journey that defines today’s shopping and purchase environment.
Peugeot 308 GTFrench car brand Peugeot has recently unveiled a sportier version of the 308. Known as the 2015 Peugeot 308 GT, it will make its public debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show in October. The vehicle will be available in both petrol and diesel fuel options. Exterior changesThe 2015 Peugeot 308 GT gets some minor visual tweaks and will be available in both hatchback and station wagon body styles. Upgrades to its exterior include new LED headlamps and turning lights at the front, a lacquered black diffuser and stylish twin exhaust pipes at the rear. Additionally, Peugeot’s lion badge has been moved from the bonnet’s leading edge to its front grille.The French car brand has also stated that the 308 GT’s standard suspension has been retuned, and its acceleration pedal will now be more responsive than earlier due to the Driver Sport Pack, standard on every 308 GT.Engines The 2015 Peugeot 308 GT will be available with two engine options: A 1.6-litre four-cylinder THP 205 petrol unit and a 2.0-litre four-cylinder BlueHDI diesel unit. The 1.6-litre petrol unit is capable of delivering 199 bhp of power and 285 Nm of torque. This engine is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox.On the other hand, the 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel unit is capable of generating 174 bhp of power and 400 Nm of peak torque. This engine will be offered with Automatic Transmission. Performance data for both units and prices of these vehicles will be revealed at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, December 12, 2017 – Nassau – The success of regional countries and their various disaster management agencies in mitigating the effects of future disasters such as hurricanes while simultaneously building stronger, more resilient Caribbean countries, will largely depend upon continued regional cooperation and partnerships, Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Mrs. Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe said recently.Addressing the Gala Awards Dinner of the 10th Comprehensive Disaster Management (CDM) Conference at Melia Nassau Beach resort, held as the final event of the weeklong conference in New Providence, Mrs. Parker-Edgecombe cited the partnership between The Bahamas’ National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) as one such partnership that has yielded “great results.”“The efforts of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency continue to positively impact the region in the way we prepare for, and respond to disasters most notably hurricanes. Here on our shores, the National Emergency Management Agency likewise has demonstrated that it is capable of weathering many storms and that as a result of partnerships with relevant stakeholders, much can be accomplished,” Mrs. Parker-Edgecombe said.“Only through strong partnerships will we all succeed as we continue to witness Mother Nature’s wrath at strength levels stronger than yesteryear’s. The partnership between CDEMA and NEMA is no different and throughout the years, has also yielded great results.”Parliamentary Secretary Parker-Edgecombe said the importance of regional conferences such as the 10th CDM cannot be emphasized enough.“They are a must for our region if we are to remain abreast of the latest in disaster management inclusive of, but not limited to areas such as technology, infrastructure, communications and most importantly, human resources.“This conference comes at a time in which we continue to rebuild following several storms which devastated our region this year, namely Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Rebuild we must. Resilient we are.”The Awards Dinner was used to recognize the contributions of the many hardworking and dedicated disaster managers in the region “who have toiled in some of the most dangerous weather conditions to ensure the safety of others and property.”“To all of you receiving an award tonight, you must continue with your good works, nation by nation, community by community, we are all pursuing the same goal – a stronger and more resilient Caribbean,” Parliamentary Secretary Parker-Edgecombe said.“It cannot go without saying that all of you present here tonight are indeed the unsung heroes of our region and very much deserving of such recognition,” Mrs. Parker-Edgecombe added.By: Matt Maura (BIS) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Photo caption: Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Responsible for Information and Communications, Mrs. Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe (at left) addressed the Gala Awards Dinner of the 10th Comprehensive Disaster Management (CDM) Conference at Melia Nassau Beach resort, December 8, 2017.(BIS Photo/Kristaan Ingraham) Related Items:
San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond discusses the controversy at SANDAG over Transnet funds 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond was in studio to discuss the controversy at SANDAG over Transnet funds.RELATED STORY: Examining the controversy at SANDAG over Transnet funds May 13, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Posted: May 13, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Jim Desmond, SANDAG, Transnet FacebookTwitter