first_imgMore people now choose to pay down debt rather than go interest-only, APRA found.THE number of househunters taking out interest-only loans has dropped by record levels in a major “slam dunk” for APRA, latest official figures show.APRA’s September Quarterly ADI Property Exposures data out Tuesday found interest-only loans had dropped by 44.84 per cent in the quarter to make up just 16.91 per cent of new lending. That’s a $13.499b drop in new interest-only loans in the September quarter compared to the three months to June when they made up 30.50 per cent of new lending.RateCity.com.au Money Editor Sally Tindall said the data was a “slam dunk for APRA” who had forced the change in March this year.“This has been a colossal turnaround in the way banks view interest-only terms. In June 2015, 45.65 per cent of all new loans approved by banks were interest-only. Today this has been reduced to under 17 per cent.”Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:03Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:03 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Their new interest-only loans made up just 16.69 per cent of total home lending over the three months.Overall interest-only loans on the books dropped 6 per cent in the quarter to 35.35 per cent of all current home lending.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoAverage home loan interest rates(By borrower type)Owner occupier, principal and interest 4.33%Owner occupier, interest-only 4.68%Investor, principal and interest 4.78%Investor, interest-only 5.08%(Source: RateCity.com.au, December 2017)Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:51Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:51 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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first_imgSwiss government authorities are offering the country’s pension funds and insurers an opportunity to test their equity and corporate bond portfolios to see if they are compatible with the 2°C maximum global warming target under the international climate change agreement reached in Paris in December 2015.The Swiss occupational pensions trade body, ASIP, has encouraged its members to take part in the pilot tests.They are being offered by the federal office for the environment (Bundesamt für Umwelt, BAFU) – a unit of the Swiss federal environment ministry – and the state secretariat for international financial matters.The tests will be carried out by 2° Investing Initiative, a climate change think tank and research organisation. They will be free and anonymised. Analytical results will be shared exclusively with the respective pension fund or insurance company, with only anonymised results used for meta-analysis. The names of participating investors will not be shared.The tests are based on a model that uses 2°C warming scenarios from the International Energy Agency. It is said to have been used by more than 100 institutional investors to date. BAFU said the majority of these investors deemed the model relevant for the consideration of climate impacts as part of their investment decisions.2° Investing Initiative said the tests were not intended to serve as a risk analysis, but they could still shed some light on potential alignment or misalignment with long-term trends. Pension funds and insurers have been invited to provide information about portfolio turnover, which those offering the tests said can help assess potential long-term risks.The tests are intended to help Switzerland fulfil its obligation as a signatory to the Paris Agreement, which aims to make financial flows consistent with the goal of keeping global warming to a maximum of 2° Celsius.The Swiss government has so far opted to encourage voluntary initiatives by the country’s financial sector, with its support. This contrasts with the approach taken in France, for example, where the government has legislated to require institutional investors to report on how they take into account their exposure to climate risks and their contribution to limiting climate warming.ASIP is in favour of the voluntary approach and supports awareness-raising and education on the issue of climate change. In its view, it said, there is no need for legal rules or regulations specifying the extent to which pension funds should take into account sustainability criteria in their investments.Decisions about carbon risks and ESG criteria in general must be left to the board of trustees, said the association.last_img read more

first_imgMemorial contributions can be directed to Evangelical Union Cemetery Association or to St. John’s Fellowship Hall.  To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Leola Fink. Leola Mae Fink, of Sunman, was born on December 24, 1927 in Lawrenceville, Indiana, the daughter of Elmer and Elva Woliung Fink.  After graduating from Sunman High School, Leola went on to pursue a successful career with Public Telephone Company in Batesville and then Greensburg.  Later she worked various jobs, including customer service for Minear’s Department Store.  Leola was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church at Hubbells Corner, and in her spare time enjoyed collecting antiques, sewing, flowers and gardening.  On Tuesday, May 9, 2017, at the age of 89, she passed away at St. Andrews Health Campus in Batesville.    Friends may visit with the family on Monday, May 15, 2017 from 10 a.m. until time of service at 12 noon at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Hubbells Corner.  Pastor Tom Frey will officiate the funeral service, and burial will follow in Evangelical Union Cemetery.   center_img Those surviving who will cherish Leola’s memory include 2 nieces, Barbara Baxley and Juanita Garrett, and 2 nephews, Robert Fink and Michael Fink, all of Baltimore, MD.  Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by brothers, Orville and Howard Fink.  last_img read more

first_imgWith the holiday season upon us, the U.S. Postal Service has released its mailing and shipping deadline schedule to ensure that your packages arrive on time.USPS recommends these deadlines for expected delivery by December 25 to Air/Army Post Office/Fleet Post Office/Diplomatic Post Office and domestic addresses: December 9 — APO/FPO/DPO (ZIP Code 093 only) Priority Mail and First-Class MailDecember 11 — APO/FPO/DPO (all other ZIP Codes) Priority Mail and First-Class MailDecember 14 — USPS Retail GroundDecember 18 — APO/FPO/DPO (except ZIP Code 093) USPS Priority Mail ExpressDecember 20 — First-Class Mail (including greeting cards)December 20 — First-Class packages (up to 15.99 ounces)December 21 — Priority MailDecember 23 — Priority Mail ExpressThe week of December 16 is expected to be USPS’s busiest time for mailing, shipping and delivery. The Postal Service predicts that it will process and deliver nearly 2.5 billion pieces of First-Class Mail, including greeting cards, during that week alone.In addition, USPS will expand Sunday delivery beginning on November 24 to locations with high package volumes. They already deliver packages on Sundays in most major cities, and anticipate delivering more than eight million packages on Sundays in December.last_img read more

first_imghighlights New Delhi: After getting dropped from the ICC World Cup squad, England opener, Alex Hales eyes a comeback to the national squad for the T20 World Cup which is scheduled to begin in October next year through some good performances in T20 leagues across the globe. Earlier, Alex Hales was named in the provisional squad announced by the England Cricket Board (ECB) a few weeks back, but was dropped after he failed a recreational drug test.”That’s one of my aims – that T20 World Cup,” said Hales on Tuesday (May 22). “I’m going to go through the process and hopefully score some runs in these tournaments and see how we go – just enjoy my cricket.”Hales was dropped from the World Cup squad after he failed a recreational drug test. However, the England opener remains firmly behind his team for the World Cup. “I’m still a fan and wish all the boys the best,” he said on Tuesday (May 22). “What we’ve done over the last few years has been unbelievable so the guys deserve to win it and I’ll be sat there watching and cheering. Alex Hales eyes T20 World Cup for England return. England will play South Africa in World Cup opener. James Vince has been named his replacement in World Cup squad. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. “There’s obviously a process to go through. I think once I start playing again the next 12 months are going to be really busy so I’m going to enjoy a mixture of some downtime and then start getting prepared for the Blast.”I keep myself fit. I’ve got my gym programme, I’m still contracted to the ECB, so I’ve got my gym programmes and nutrition stuff. There’s training available – I live two minutes from Trent Bridge if I ever need to practise. I quite enjoy the responsibility of having my own choice of when I want to train or go to the gym.” Hales addsHales was picked up by Barbados Tridents for the 2019 CPL auction. Speaking post the draft, Hales said: “It’s good responsibility and good for learning as an overseas player – there’s probably a bit more pressure on you to perform. That’s something I enjoy. I’ve played a lot of cricket for England now. That side of the game, the pressure, is something I really enjoy and have learned to adapt and get used to,”I just want to get back playing what I love most and that’s cricket so this is such a good opportunity to go and play at a ground where I’ve got some fond memories – the Kensington Oval – and go and play in such a big tournament in some different conditions. I’m really looking forward to getting back out there.”last_img read more

first_img Submit StumbleUpon Share Paddy Power have announced it’s controversial ‘sash’ style Huddersfield Town kit was just a hoax, releasing the real kits alongside a campaign aimed at shirt sponsors. The campaign, titled ‘Save Our Shirt’, is calling on brands, including fellow bookmakers, to stop sponsoring football shirts. The intention of the hoax jersey was to shine a light on the issues around shirt sponsorships, with Paddy Power now completely removing their logo from ‘The Terriers’ kit with the launch of the campaign. center_img Share Victor Corcoran – Paddy PowerVictor Corcoran, Managing Director of Paddy Power, shed light on the campaign: “As a sponsor, we know our place, and it’s not on your shirt. So today we are calling on other sponsors to join the Save Our Shirt campaign, and give something back to the fans.”As title sponsor of the club, the bookmaker are entitled to use the front of Huddersfield’s kit for advertising, however, by relinquishing this they are hoping to encourage other sponsors to do the same. Along with the campaign and re-release, Paddy Power have donated part of their sponsorship to the Huddersfield Town Foundation, and have announced they will be setting up an amnesty outside the John Smith’s Stadium on the first day of the season, where they will exchange 500 new kits for previous branded versions. With over half of all teams in England’s top two divisions being sponsored by bookmakers for the upcoming season, Corcoran hoped that the decision taken by Paddy Power would encourage others to follow suit, stating: “Shirt sponsorship in football has gone too far. We accept that there is a role for sponsors around football, but the shirt should be sacred.”last_img read more

first_imgTeam SoloMid (“TSM”) is to receive $25,000,000 in investment from Venture Capital firm Bessemer, according to ESPN reports.The report from ESPN suggests that the significant investment from Bessemer satisfies over half of the capital TSM was looking to raise in coming weeks and/or months. The two will now work together to raise additional funds which could well be larger than the initial contribution from Bessemer. Per U.S. regulation, any funding round must be declared and thus the desired target will be discovered when TSM files to the U.S. Securities and Exchange commission.The Bessemer investment is undoubtedly significant, with the VC firm being one of the oldest in the United States and currently holding a whopping $5.4 billion under management. As of yet it’s unclear where the additional funding will come from, but there’s evidently no shortage of investors interested in a slice of the proverbial esports pie. Yesterday the LA Dodgers announced an expansion of its accelerator program with esports organisations listed as areas of interest so it would not be overly surprising if we saw another big sports team enter the fray.Team SoloMid are one of the endemic organisations that managed to retain its sot in the North American League of Legends Championship Series following Riot’s decision to franchise the league. The team is undoubtedly the strongest in the region, consistently winning and being considered one of, if not the best team in the West consistently. The teams alarming underperformance at World’s has been a recurring theme, however and this is something the team will be looking to correct coming into the new season. Outside of League of Legends, TSM also showcase other teams, including a fairly recent entrance into PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, picking up a talented squad of BreaK, Smak, Viss and aimPR as the fledgling esport looks to gather momentum this year. Esports Insider says: More fabulous investment for a very reputable and well established organisation. Here’s hoping this year the League team will make a splash at the World Championships. That’s assuming they actually make it there this time…last_img read more

first_imgDespite the lopsided nature of the intracity rivalry, the Lakers and Clippers will play each other in a marquee setting this coming NBA season.L.A.’s two basketball teams will face off at 7:30 p.m. Christmas day, according to the 2015-16 NBA schedule released Wednesday afternoon.• Quick analysis: Top 5 Lakers games for 2015The Clippers have beaten the Lakers seven consecutive times. In fact. the Clippers’ lone loss over the past three years of the hallway series remains a 116-103 Lakers triumph in the 2013 season opener. The Lakers have not only lost 11 of their past 12 to the Clippers, those contests have been decided by a margin of nearly 20 points per game.The Clippers came within a win of the Western Conference finals last season before becoming the ninth team in NBA history to lose a 3-1 postseason series lead.• Quick analysis: Top 5 Clippers games for 2015It has been an active offseason for Clippers coach and president of basketball operations Doc Rivers, who added free agents Paul Pierce and Josh Smith in addition to retaining center DeAndre Jordan.The Lakers’ rebuilding effort continued this offseason with the selection of Ohio State point guard D’Angelo Russell with the No. 2 pick of the draft and free agent additions Roy Hibbert and Lou Williams. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

first_img“We have received inquiries about a visit to the White House,” head coach Tony Bennett said. “With several players either pursuing pro opportunities or moving on from UVA, it would be difficult, if not impossible to get everyone back together. We would have to respectfully decline an invitation.””We have received inquiries about a visit to the White House. With several players either pursuing pro opportunities or moving on from UVA, it would be difficult, if not impossible to get everyone back together. We would have to respectfully decline an invitation.” – Tony Bennett— Virginia Men’s Basketball (@UVAMensHoops) April 26, 2019The Cavaliers won the national championship over Texas Tech in overtime in early April. Related News Since then Ty Jerome, Kyle Guy and Mamadi Diakite have all declared for the NBA Draft. Guy is for sure staying in while the other two players are still making their decisions.There has been no indication Virginia’s refusal has been due to political reasons but there were some in Virginia encouraging the team not to attend a White House visit if the team was invited.A petition was started by Virginia alumna Lacey Kohlmoos encouraging the team not to visit the White House earlier this month. The petition cited various issues of violence, including the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in which a man drove a car into a crowd of people killing one and injuring 28. The Virginia men’s basketball team has declined an invitation to the White House.The team released a statement explaining its decision Friday. NBA Draft 2019: Kyle Guy all in, won’t return to Virginia The petition points out President Donald Trump responded to the incident by saying there were “very fine people on both sides.”The petition reads: “By accepting a White House invitation, the team would be condoning the president’s reprehensible and divisive behavior, which is unacceptable.”The petition had more than 10,000 signatures as of April 15.last_img read more

first_imgJerry L. Sears801 N Olive St.Wellington, Ks 671521/27/15 Lonnie L. Patrick511 N Merchant St.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/15/15 USD353 Wellington School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Angie Ratcliff1321 Huron Ct.Wellington, KS 671521/15/15 Oxford City3 Council membersTom LowryPO Box 417Oxford, Ks 671191/13/15 Bryan SmithPO Box 195South Haven, KS 671401/27/15 Shelley R. Hansel619 High Dr.Wellington, Ks 671521/27/15 Mayfield CityMayor Unexpired PositionSteven NicholsonPO Box 161South Haven, KS 671401/16/15 Fatema Yunker1713 Western St.Wellington, Ks 671521/27/15 Mike Peters517 W Spring St.Geuda Springs, Ks 670511/27/15 Mark S. Hatfield617 Circle Dr.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 Bryce P. Sommerhoff217 N Osage St.Caldwell, KS 670221/27/15 Conway Springs City3 Council membersJanet Wiseley515 W ParallelConway Springs, KS 670311/16/15 Belle Plaine CityMayorRichard Penn1130 N BurrowsBelle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 Paul Mark Arnold203 S MarketCaldwell, KS 670221/20/15 Dist 3, Position 3Bruce Harrington965 W 60th Ave. NConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 5 Council members USD357        Belle Plaine School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Stephanie Scott801 N Foulk Dr.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/5/15 Dist 3, Position 3James F. Stambaugh411 S WashingtonBelle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 Howard R. Yale117 S AdamsMilan, Ks 671051/26/15 Richard BainPO BOX 525Oxford, Ks 671191/15/15 T. Bub Rothgeb618 N LineBelle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 Jazzmyne “Jazzy” Pettegrew214 E Harvey Ave.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 South HavenCityMayorDonald MinorPO Box 221South Haven, Ks 671401/23/15 Dist 2, Position 2Adonica Collingsworth402 N Sumner AveOxford, KS 671191/14/15 Dist 2, Position 2Eddie D. Allen114 N 6thConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 Clifton Risley105 S Osage St.Caldwell, KS 6702212/30/14 Dist. 1, Position 1Byron L. WhitePO Box 637Oxford, KS 671191/27/15 South Haven, Ks 67140 Kim Woodrow815 N JeffersonWellington, Ks 671521/15/15 2 Council membersDiana Locke403 S MainSouth Haven, Ks 671401/16/15 Dist 3, Position 3David M. Gaddie253 S Argonia Rd.Argonia, KS 670041/5/15 At-Large, Position 7Robyn Phillips Haxton1553 W 10th Ave.Argonia, KS 670041/26/15 Dennis L. McGinnis215 N LindenBelle Plaine, KS 670131/27/15 USD360  Caldwell School Board4 At-Large positionsWm. Brian Daily308 N MarketCaldwell, KS 6702212/11/14 USD356 Conway Springs School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Bill Dalbom11546 S 311th St. WConway Springs, KS 670311/7/15 At-Large, Position 7Brandon J. Pauly25800 W 119th St. SConway Springs, KS 670311/13/15 At-Large, Position 7Christy FellPO Box 616Belle Plaine, KS 670131/16/15 5 Council membersJune Williams302 N MonroeMilan, Ks 671051/26/15 5 Council members Mayfield, Ks 67103 At-Large, Position 7Jackie Glasgow54 WestboroughWellington, KS 671521/27/15 Amy L. Futhey23 N St. MarysCaldwell, KS 670221/27/15 Larry G. Phye307 S 13th St.Conway Springs, KS 670311/27/15 Dist 2, Postion 2Ryan BainPO Box 1004Oxford, KS 671191/20/15 Monica Barton112 E 7th Ave.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/16/15 Dist 3, Position 3Robert White179 E 90th St. SWellington, KS 671521/9/15 Joel D. Rouse630 E 10th Ave.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 Dist 2, Position 2Jackie Berryman623 Circle Dr.Wellington, KS 671521/26/15 Dist 3, Position 3Pat Zeka525 N Meridian Rd.Wellington, KS 671521/27/15 2 Council membersRichard Penn1130 N BurrowsBelle Plaine, KS 670131/13/15 Robert T. Narron212 S WashingtonBelle Plaine, KS 670131/20/15 Dist 2, Position 2John Murray1043 E 100th Ave.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/21/15 Dist 2, Postion 2Phillip Rush702 N OsageOxford, KS 671191/27/15 By Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following is the Sumner County list released after the filing deadline today. The school board races are officially set. However, the municipalities may not be set. According to the clerk’s office, each city has three business days to bring us their filings so there could be additions between now and Friday – although Wellington’s list is set.The “official” list will be sent Friday.Those running for the various school board and city council races are as follows:  Stanton Palmer1213 South F St.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 Dist 3, Position 3Dorinda Neises1526 E 50th St. SOxford, KS 671191/12/15 Kim G. Byers 403 N MainSouth Haven, Ks 671401/27/15 Kevin Dodds1005 N JeffersonWellington, Ks 671521/27/15 USD509       South Haven School Board4 At-Large positionsLuke Theurer524 E 120th St. SSouth Haven, KS 671401/12/15 Darren Stevens322 S 7thConway Springs, KS 670311/27/15 USD358     Oxford School BoardDist. 1, Position 1John CooneyPO Box 874Oxford, KS 671191/27/15 R.L. Jordan120 S 4thGeuda Springs, Ks 670511/27/15 Robert (Bob) Mack313 North Eighth St.Conway Springs, KS 670311/27/15 Richard LowryPO Box 133Belle Plaine, KS 670131/26/15 At-Large, Position 7Joseph Allen1253 W 40th Ave NArgonia, KS 670041/13/15 Mark S. Hatfield617 Circle Dr.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 Nathan CookPO Box 64Geuda Springs, Ks 670511/27/15 Kelly L. Green215 South GWellington, Ks 671521/22/15 Kip J. EtterPO Box 662Wellington, Ks 671521/27/15 Dist 2, Position 5 (unexpired term)Aaron Lange1074 N Conway Springs Rd.Conway Springs, KS 670311/8/15 Follow us on Twitter. JurisdictionOffice/s OpenNameMailing AddrCity/St/ZipDate Filed At-Large, Position 7Justin Shepherd1741 E 80th St. SOxford, KS 671191/2/15 At-Large, Position 7Carley A. Moberg504 Morningside Dr.Wellington, KS 671521/27/15  Roger Terry223 S 1stGeuda Springs, Ks 670511/27/15 Tim Sones317 S 12th St.Conway Springs, KS 670311/27/15 Dist 3, Position 3Rodney E. Bell123 N Main St.Belle Plaine, KS 670131/12/15 Geuda Springs CityMayor Scott FergusonPO Box 75Geuda Springs, Ks 670511/27/15 Brian Mayfield420 N PacificOxford, Ks 671191/15/15 Milan CityMayorBoyd L. Jones207 N AdamsMilan, Ks 671051/14/15 Dennis R. BuckPO Box 14Conway Springs, KS 670311/27/15 Caldwell CityMayorBill SchwertfegerPO Box 8Caldwell, KS 670221/20/15 At-Large, Position 7 Janette Moser923 W 7thWellington, KS 671521/26/15 Gretchen S. Moore228 S BrightWellington, Ks 671521/27/15 USD359   Argonia School BoardDist. 1, Position 1Brian Fitch112 N PlumArgonia, KS 6700412/23/14 Alvin Lamb808 S 2nd St.Geuda Springs, Ks 670511/27/15 Wellington CityMayorKelly L. Green215 South GWellington, Ks 671521/22/15 Tami D. Klinedinst1316 N Poplar St.Wellington, Ks 671521/26/15 Suzie Bacon1236 S West Rd.South Haven, KS 671401/26/15 Hunnewell CityMayor At-Large, Position 7Duane K. SmithPO Box 219Belle Plaine, KS 670131/26/15 Dist 2, Position 2M. Shane Morrison1663 W 40th Ave NArgonia, KS 670041/9/15 Gage Overall624 W Ave ACaldwell, KS 670221/20/15 Cindy J. Antonich310 E 13th St.Wellington, Ks 671521/27/15 South Haven, Ks 67140 Argonia3 Council membersDouglas Boese604 N HighArgonia, KS 670041/16/15 5 Council membersPaula HillsPO Box 46Geuda Springs, Ks 670511/22/15 Mayfield, Ks 67103 South Haven, Ks 67140 At-Large, Position 7Burke A. BringerPO Box 399Belle Plaine, KS 670131/16/15 Jerry HillsPO Box 46Geuda Springs, Ks 670511/26/15 At-Large, Position 7Fatema Yunker1713 Western St.Wellington, KS 671521/27/15 John Alan Saunders914 South JeffersonWellington, Ks 671521/26/15 3 Council membersJim Valentine1020 N WashingtonWellington, Ks 671521/6/15 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (7) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +4 Vote up Vote down question · 289 weeks ago Why doesn’t Wellington BOE do at large like South Haven and Caldwell and our city council? Report Reply 2 replies · active 289 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down g sugar · 289 weeks ago Personally, I prefer a mixture of “at large” representatives and district representatives. Even for the Wellington city council. Report Reply 0 Vote up Vote down JP Buellesfeld · 289 weeks ago 12 Candidates for At Large Election for city hall on april 7,2015 The largest number in 50 years. (3) from old first ward (3) from old second ward (3) from old third ward (3) from old 4th ward Report Reply 0 Vote up Vote down JP Buellesfeld · 289 weeks ago Tracy Does the USD #353 Board of Education have to pay $6k for a primary on March 3,2015 since they did not HOME RULE out of Kansas Primary requirement like the city of wellington, KS did with Charter Ordinance (#25) ? Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down Tom Countryman · 289 weeks ago Thanks to all who care enough to run! It is great to see such a good turnout for many of the elected positions. Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down WHS MOM · 289 weeks ago I wish Wellington BOE would be like the City and just elect by at large positions…I see at least 3 ladies that are running in the at large race I would vote for because I think they would be good for the position…Good Luck to all of the candidates… Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down PoliceNoteFollower · 289 weeks ago Didn’t I just see that a Mark Hatfield was arrested the other day in the police notes? Hoping it is not the same person. Report Reply 0 replies · active 289 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. 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