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Reopening task force hears proposals from ski industry, retail

Reopening task force hears proposals from ski industry, retail


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AHEAD TO WINTER AND TO THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. THE GOVERNOR’S ECONOMIC REOPENING TASK FORCE HEARD A PRESENTATION TODAY FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE’S SKI INDUSTRY. GUESTS WILL SEE SEVERAL CHANGES. PRE-ORDERING TICKETS WILL BE ENCOURAGED. LIFTS MAY BE ALTERED TO ALLOW FOR SOME SPACE, AND MASKS ARE A MUST. >> THE ONLY TIME THE MASK COMES OFF IS WHEN THEY ARE EATING OR DRINKING OR DEFENDING THE HILL. ANDY: THE BIGGEST CHANGES MAY BE AT THE BASE LODGES. REPRESENTATIVES SAY WHILE THERE IS ROOM FOR FLEXIBILITY, DUMPING YOUR GEAR AND HEADING TO THE MOUNTAIN IS HIGHLY DISCOURAGED. >> YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO BE IN THE LODGE TO LEAVE BAGS INSIDE. YOUR CAR WILL BE YOUR LOCKER ROOM, AND YOUR CAR IS WHERE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO EAT YOUR LUNCH. ANDY:

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Who are the key manufacturers in Task Management Software Market? Fortune Business Insights

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Sep 22, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The global task management software market size is projected to reach USD 4,535.5 million by 2026. The high investments in the research and development of the product will have a direct impact on the growth of the market in the coming years. According to a report published by Fortune Business Insights, titled “Task Management Software”Market Size, Share and Industry Analysis, By Component (Software, Services), By Organization Size (SMEs and Large Enterprises), By Deployment Type (Cloud and On-Premises), By End-User (Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI), IT and Telecommunications, Retail, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Travel and Hospitality, Media and Entertainment, and Others) and Regional Forecast, 2020-2026, the market was worth USD 1,713.0 million in 2018 and will exhibit a CAGR of 13.3% during the forecast period, 2020-2026.

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NATIONAL VETERANS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (NVBDC) INITIATES A NEW “MILITARY AND VETERAN ORGANIZATION TASK FORCE”

NVBDC leadership is expanding to bring organizations together whose purpose is to develop and promote the success and growth of Service Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses.

Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Kathy Poynton, Director, NVBDC MVO Task Force Kathy Poynton previously worked with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation as the National Director of Event Operations & Specialty Events, “Hiring Our Heroes”. Where she created, organized, and executed Veteran hiring events stateside and overseas. She supervised and mentored a team of seven event planners that have executed over 1,100 hiring events resulting in employment of 31,000 veterans nationwide. Kathy personally executed 147 hiring events. Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Kathy Poynton served over 32 years in service, over 24 of those years in active duty status. During her military career she has deployed to Honduras, Panama, Turkey, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. Kathy received numerous awards during her service including Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal and Iraqi Campaign Medal.
Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Kathy Poynton, Director, NVBDC MVO Task Force Kathy Poynton previously worked with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation as the National Director of Event Operations & Specialty Events, “Hiring Our Heroes”. Where she created, organized, and executed Veteran hiring events stateside and overseas. She supervised and mentored a team of seven event planners that have executed over 1,100 hiring events resulting in employment of 31,000 veterans nationwide. Kathy personally executed 147 hiring events. Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Kathy Poynton served over 32 years in service, over 24 of those years in active duty status. During her military career she has deployed to Honduras, Panama, Turkey, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. Kathy received numerous awards during her service including Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal and Iraqi
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Editorial, 9/16: Mayor’s task force idea offer good medicine | Editorial



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Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird speaks with Lincoln-Lancaster County interim health director Pat Lopez during a meeting on Wednesday.




Recovering from an illness comes in two stages.

First, one battles the symptoms to ease the immediate pain. Second, one regains strength to return to normal activity. And, maybe, in that recovery process, one finds himself or herself better prepared for the next illness.

That same process is the underpinning for the document released last week by the Mayor’s Economic Recovery Task Force. Presented by Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird and co-chairs Angie Muhleisen, president and CEO of Union Bank & Trust, and Ava Thomas, president and publisher of the Journal Star, the plan focuses on the strengths of our community and the tools we have

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