The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay and the Port of Siuslaw have partnered to complete dredging at the Port of Siuslaw inner boat basin. The basin has collected sand and silt to a point where some slips were unusable for the commercial and recreational fleet or are only accessible during high tide. Inadequate depth in the marina has also caused damage to dock infrastructure, the Port of Coos Bay said in its release.The dredging project alleviates these challenges by removing approximately 12,000 cubic yards of sediment from the marina, enabling boats to navigate and access slips safely and efficiently.“Dredging is of dire importance to Oregon’s public ports as drivers of economic development,” said David Huntington, Port of Siuslaw Manager. “This is a project that benefits our marina customers, the waterfront environment, and our entire community.”“As the stewards of the state dredge it is important to us to ensure safe navigation throughout Oregon,” added Brandon Collura, Charleston Marina Harbormaster. “I’m proud of the partnerships we have built and the work our team is doing to carry out the project thus far.” As stewards of the dredge equipment, the Port of Coos Bay takes ownership of all maintenance and operation of the state dredger Laura and her tender Ms. Soco for each dredging project.Since the acquisition of the dredging equipment, the state has helped reduce the cost of dredging in marinas for Oregon ports, allowing smaller ports like the Port of Siuslaw to remain safe and viable.
Cremation was chosen and a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. To sign the online guestbook or to leave personal memories please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Danny Rednour Danny Rednour, of Brookville, was born on April, 8 1951 in Hamilton, Ohio a son to Pola Earl and Juliette Harris Rednour. He spent his career as a machine operator and previously worked at Deufol in Sunman. On Friday, May 10, 2019, Danny passed away at Reid Health in Richmond. Those surviving who will cherish his memory include his fiancé, Diana Barnes, three sons, Danny Rednour Jr. of Hamilton, Kasey Rednour of Cincinnati, and Nathan Barnes of Brookville; grandchildren Brianna Vaughan, Thomas Ellis III, and Jessup Rednour; siblings, Pauline, Marjorie, Gary, Norma and Jim as well as several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Barbara Rednour.
The Union of Professional Soccer Players (SJPF) has insisted for the last few days that clubs should not apply Temporary Employment Regulation Files (ERTE)but they have to reach agreements with their players to lower salaries by between 20 and 50%, recoverable once the championship begins.Braga has agreed to reduce the salary of its players by 50%, while the Maritime workforce contemplates a 30% reduction for the coming months.At the moment, the only one that has applied an ERTE in the Portuguese first division has been the whole of Belenenses. Sporting de Portugal has decided to reduce by 40% the salary of the entire first-team squad, including that of the coaching staff.As confirmed today by EFE club sources, the players will see their salary reduced during the first three months, waiting for the resumption of the Portuguese League, suspended by the Covid-19 pandemic.Benfica also plans to reduce the players’ salary, Although, for the moment, the negotiations between the staff and the board have not concluded, while Porto has made no progress on this issue, although it is expected that there will also be reductions.
ST. LOUIS – Senior Sarah Grace Nicholson (Overland Park, Kan.) of the Drake University women’s soccer team has been selected as the Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week, the MVC office announced Tuesday, Nov. 1. This is the second MVC Defensive Player of the Week award for Nicholson this season. She earned the weekly award after playing every minute in Drake’s two matches last week. Nicholson, the 2015 MVC Defender of the Year, played in 17 matches this year and helped the Bulldogs’ back line record a program-record 11 shutouts. Drake finished the 2016 campaign with a 12-4-3 overall record. The 12 wins are the most for the program since the 2012 season. The Bulldogs won 11 MVC weekly player awards this year. Print Friendly Version