The Cup final is postponed

first_imgNext week there will be a date, depending on the progress of the coronavirus in Spain. The only sure thing is that the headquarters of the Olympic Stadium in Seville is maintained. There are several alternative dates, the most likely would be Saturday, May 30, one week after the end of the League championship. For this, it would be necessary to move an Extremoduro concert scheduled for that day at the Villamarín Olympic Stadium, a matter for which the Junta de Andalucía and the Federation are collaborating.There is no definitive date, but it is believed that it could be played in late May, Saturday the 30th, a week after the League ended. But as long as the advance of the coronavirus does not prevent it and the Government does not lift the measures adopted yesterday after the Council of Ministers. The Copa del Rey final will no longer be played on April 18. It is postponed. It is the decision taken by the president of the Federation after meeting with the presidents of the Royal Society and Athletic Bilbao. All parties agree that it is a match that cannot be played behind closed doors and that it is a party for the fans.last_img read more

School District 60 seeks to reapply for new school deposits to be waived

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Peace River North school board says that the denial by the city of Fort St. John to waive building permit fees and deposits for the construction of the new Margaret ‘Ma’ Murray Community School was due to a misunderstanding, and that it will be seeking to continue discussions.At the Fort St. John city council meeting on July 25th, council rejected an application letter by School District 60 Secretary-Treasurer Doug Boyd to waive the $1,012,107 in building permit fees and deposits to build the new K-6 school. Of that total amount, just under $855,000 consisted of deposits for things like paving, landscaping, and waterworks which would be refunded to the school board upon completion of the school. Councillor Byron Stewart noted that the report included an alternative recommendation to waive the requirement to pay just the refundable deposits. Stewart asked if it was necessary to charge these deposits as it was deemed quite a certainty that the school will be built. Councillor Bolin expressed concern that waiving the refundable deposits would set precedents for future developments.At last night’s school board meeting, Secretary-Treasurer Boyd explained that the board would reapply with the city on the basis that the decision to waive the fees would not be precedent-setting, as the school board is a government agency and not a private developer. Boyd explained that there could be some general misinformation about how school districts are funded, particularly when it comes to funding for new schools. School districts don’t actually receive the funds in a lump sum, but rather get “just in time” funding for projects.- Advertisement -Boyd is hopeful that the city will be open to renegotiating a deal that will be beneficial to both parties.last_img read more