Cleveland Rocks! I travel to Cleveland a few times a year. Unfortunately, sometimes in winter can get cold and snowy!! But in the summer there are a few great places to take photos. I stay downtown at a Marriott and right out in front of the hotel is this cool fountain.
12 Kristin Kannegieser 5, No. 15 Ashley Golden 2; Net Skins: No. 3 Doreen Robinson 1, No. 25. Sunset Valley council members delivered a 3 2 vote. Had the item stalled on a tie, Mayor Terry Cowan says he would also have cast a “yes” vote. We don want a single penny. We want football to grow in India. Hope India will play (in World Cup) one day.
Sexton told the group he had friends and family members in the prison system and wanted to in any way I can. Assistant coach Lindsay Gottlieb said she to be part of the human connection. Here to listen, said Bickerstaff, who recently took over the team following John Beilein resignation.
He gestures around the room, using the pizza slice as a sort of impromptu pointer. “That’s the owner, Jay, by the couch. This guy here is one of our riders; that woman over there covers bikes for various online journals; that’s one of our customers with his son there’s a lot of father and son business here; that guy there’s with the military; there’s the man who provided our video system.
That moment after he was arrested, the Port Stanley man claimed, was his nadir, the “ah ha moment” his defence lawyer said, that pushed him to quit drinking, work on his mental health issues and change his ways.”I truly regret that these things have happened,” Jacques said during his lengthy statement Wednesday at his sentencing hearing before Superior Court Justice Thomas Heeney.Jacques told the judge he was sober and committed to continuing his treatment for addiction, depression and anger issues through Veterans’ Affairs programs at Parkwood Hospital.He said he wanted to change his life and wants to be a good role model to his children.”I will do what it takes to be a productive member of society,” he said.”I wish to continue to improve myself . To be a better man.”All that work on himself wasn’t enough to keep him out of jail. Jacques, 39, was sentenced to 12 months in jail for theft of property exceeding $5,000, mischief and possession of stolen property under $5,000.The crimes resulted from the bizarre caper he hatched with another man in Port Stanley almost two years ago.Heeney rejected the defence’s pitch that the newly reformed Jacques, who pleaded guilty in December, be allowed to serve his sentence at home.”The public would be rightly outraged at a conditional sentence for stealing and destroying pricey police property,” he said.A little more than a decade ago, Jacques was in line to be the youngest chief engineer in the Canadian navy before he was sidelined by a severe back injury while serving on a ship, ending his maritime dreams.Before his honourable discharge and big pay cut to a meagre pension, he served in Bosnia, was one of the first on scene and the last to leave the SwissAir crash off Peggy’s Cove, and had postings in Ireland and the Bahamas.Jacques also was beginning to drown in booze related troubles, including convictions for impaired driving..