Tallahassee is among the top 15 cities in Florida for crashes resulting in serious or fatal injuries to pedestrians and bicyclists, according to the Florida Department of Transportation. Starting Nov. 1 through May 2022, traffic officers will be educating drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists about road safety. The patrolling efforts will be conducted through a high visibility enforcement detail to reduce fatalities in Tallahassee. TPD’s goal is to enforce community traffic rules and promote safety awareness by educating everyone on using the roads. Detective William C. Deming of TPD’s traffic unit says he’s expecting the community to give their full support based on the positive feedback he’s received since the initiation of the program. “They’re honestly excited to see it based on all the pedestrian fatalities.

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«For example, the extent of deals subject to risks in municipalities in the 18th audit alone reaches EUR 340 million.» During the audit VK looked at 18 municipalities, 13 ministries and 12 central state institutions, their internal control systems, money laundering and sanction risk prevention practices. Auditors found hat most municipalities and institutions do not have an internal control system to manage these risks. Additionally, the public sector does not have sufficient methodology training or guidelines. On top of that, the public sector has limited access to free information. During the audit cases were uncovered when the public sector was unprepared to react and take action against money laundering and sanction violation risks. in 2019 US Office for Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) imposed sanctions against (now ex-mayor of Ventspils) Aivars Lembergs, Ventspils Development Agency, Business Development Association, Latvian Transit Business Association and Freeport of Ventspils authority. The organizations listed here were labelled as institutions under Lembergs’ control. in 2020 AS Pasažieru vilciens experienced problems with procurement of spare parts. The find reason is because the supplier was subjected to US OFAC sanctions. in 2021 State Revenue Service Taxes and Customs Police commenced a criminal procedure against SIA Erbauer Group for laundering a large sum of illegally obtained funds. This company is owned by Jekabpils City Council deputy and had won in procurements organized by Jekabpils municipal administration, Madona municipal administration, Food and Veterinary Service, Latvian State Roads.

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King Street Kitchen closes it's doors after 61 years. LA CROSSE, WI (WXOW)  It's been a tradition for 61 years. The King Street Kitchen began as a Country Kitchen in 1960. Earl Zumach owned the business.  Eventually, his son Darren took it over. It's been a popular eatery for a long time.   To the dismay of its many customers, the family said, it was just time to close. During the last day, Tuesday November 2, the restaurant was packed. Customer Cheryl Wentzel said, "I like the people that come here and the people who wait on us.  I mean, they're good people." Dawn Oelfke is Darren's sister.  She's the manager and has worked at the restaurant 46 years. She said she's not sure what's next.  "This is all I know." The family sold the restaurant to an Eau Claire area bank that plans to build a branch on the site.

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