Mark-Taylor seeks recruits for new managed properties

first_imgBest Places to Work honoree Mark-Taylor is actively seeking team members to be part of its growing corps of professionals to manage new properties coming online this spring.Full and part-time positions are available, including assistant manager, leasing consultants, porters and maintenance technicians, for new luxury apartment communities throughout the Valley. The company is hoping to fill at least 20 positions, in addition to 40 recently hired positions to staff other new managed properties.Interested candidates are encouraged to complete an online application and research career opportunities, at Resumes can also be emailed to [email protected] or faxed to 480-281-5580.Mark-Taylor offers excellent long-term opportunities for individual interested in a career in the multifamily industry. Every employee is automatically enrolled in Mark-Taylor University, a state-of-the-art training program with customized courses and program to set employees on a path of continual success.Mark-Taylor benefits include medical, dental, vision, short-term disability, voluntary long-term disability, life and accidental disability, additional life, 401k and employee rental discounts. Career development paths are customized to foster growth through personal training programs designed to bring out the very best in each individual employee.last_img read more

PlayStation Plus Games For September 2020 Announced

first_imgIn September, PS4 players are in for another brilliant month with free copies of Street Fighter V and PUBG: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds up for grabs. PS Plus games always arrive on the first Tuesday of the month, which means you can expect to see the new titles arrive on 1st September. Remember that since March 2019 PS Plus games for PS3 and PS Vita are no longer added each month. EF Games will bring you news of the PlayStation Plus titles for October 2020 towards the end of September. Remember to make sure you’ve added these titles to your collection before the new games arrive. Street Fighter V (PS4)PUBG: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PS4) Leaving PS Plus on 1st September, 2020: Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout (PS4)Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered (PS4)center_img Entering PS Plus on 1st September, 2020: Let us know what you think of the PS Plus games for August as well as your wishes for September via our Twitter and Facebook pages. Remember to give us a Follow or a Like while you’re there! PS Plus surprised subscribers last month when they gave away Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered as one of the free titles. However that was overshadowed by Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, an unknown title that arrived on PS Plus the day it launched. Giving away an unknown game is a risky move but it seems the gamble paid off as Sony have just announced that it’s their most downloaded PS Plus game to date. To recap:last_img read more

UFC Mexico results: Yair Rodriguez, Jeremy Stephens go to no-contest after accidental eye poke

first_imgJoin DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year“I apologize a great deal,” a disappointed Rodriguez said to Michael Bisping in his post-fight interview. “We both trained very hard for this fight. I feel really bad about it. Jeremy will be back. Let’s do this again.” This strike to the eye caused the #UFCMexico main event to be ruled a No Contest— ESPN MMA (@espnmma) September 22, 2019 After the eye poke occurred, referee Herb Dean immediately called for time to make sure Stephens was OK. Because the referee requested a timeout, Stephens was allowed five minutes to try and recover. Stephens, though, couldn’t open his eye, so Dean had the ringside doctor enter the octagon to check on the featherweight contender. The doctor put a flashlight in Stephens’ left eye to see if he would be able to fight on. After the five-minute time period lapsed, Stephens still couldn’t see out of the eye and Dean waved it off, ending the bout.Chaos erupted when the fans inside the arena started booing the decision and throwing trash into the octagon. Stephens was still holding his eye when he exited the cage and people were tossing garbage at him. Fans in Mexico City pelt Jeremy Stephens with beer and popcorn after fight is called. @espnmma @marc_raimondi— Eric Gomez (@EricGomez86) September 22, 2019 Looking at the conclusion of the fight would make one think that the UFC should book a rematch as soon as Stephens gets his eye back to 100 percent.  Yair Rodriguez and Jeremy Stephens spent the bulk of their training camp preparing for their main event tilt on Saturday night at UFC Mexico.With their respective fighting styles, a fight of the year candidate was expected at the Mexico City Arena. However, things took an unfortunate turn when Stephens could no longer continue after Rodriguez accidentally poked him in the eye 15 seconds in, with the bout declared a no-contest. The co-main event of the show featured former women’s strawweight champion Carla Esparza defeating Alexa Grasso by majority decision (28-28, 29-28, 29-28). The story of the first and second rounds was Esparza using her wrestling advantage and taking Grasso down to the mat on four occasions.Realizing she was down on the scorecards, Grasso let it all hang out in the third round. And the mindset nearly worked as she staggered Esparza with a blistering left hook. Instead of trying to finish Esparza, Grasso took her foot off the gas pedal and let Esparza gather her bearings and recompose herself. Esparza scored another takedown, but this time Grasso found an arm and locked in an armbar. Grasso pulled as hard as she could, but Esparza somehow escaped.Esparza and Grasso let it all hang out in the final 15 seconds throwing the heavy artillery until the final horn sounded.UFC Mexico undercard resultsIrene Aldana def. Vanessa Melo by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26).Steven Peterson def. Martin Bravo via knockout at 1:31 of the second round.Jose Quinonez def. Carlos Huachin by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).Kyle Nelson def. Marco Polo Reyes via knockout at 1:36 of the first round. Angela Hill def. Ariane Carnelossi by TKO at 1:56 of the third round. Sergio Pettis def. Tyson Nam via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).Paul Craig def. Vinicius Moreira by submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:19 of the first round.Bethe Correia def. Sijara Eubanks via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).Claudio Puelles def. Marcos Mariano via unanimous decision (30-25, 30-25, 30-25).last_img read more

WKD Pool Super League

first_imgTeamPWDLFA+/-Pts. The Butcher’s Arms125521361043215 O’Leary’s Sports Bar1113789131-425 Results & Standings Dec. 27 (week12) Megabreak Pool Lounge11443114106812 Shoot Pool12426111129-1810center_img Shoot Pool Ladies126241281121614 The Boom Boom Bar12714121119215 The Stag’s Head1212998142-444 Results: Shoot Pool Ladies 11 v 9 Megabreak Pool Lounge, The Boom Boom Bar 9 v 11 O’Leary’s Sports Bar, The Butcher’s Arms 11 v 9 Shoot Pool, The Stag’s Head 6 v 14 Cheers Barlast_img

Henwood’s love of the Doves

first_imgBy Nick Creely It almost didn’t feel real for current Doveton president and player Aaron Henwood as a premiership medallion was draped around…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

$9000 heist at rifle club

first_imgBy ANEEKA SIMONIS GUN offenders scaled the roof of the Lang Lang Rifle Club, breaking in and stealing close to…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Cross over rail crossing delays

first_imgBy Bonny Burrows A railway level crossing causing traffic chaos on Pakenham roads needs to be upgraded now, according to…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Nominations open for Australia Day Awards

first_img Cardinia Shire community members are invited to recognise outstanding local people and community events by nominating them for the 2019…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Kiara Gilbert last_img

U19/U16 Subway All Ireland Schools Cup Semi Final Schedule Released

first_imgThe U19/U16 Subway All Ireland Schools Cup Semi Finals schedule has now been confirmed. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Additional venues are also being used.The First Galway School to be involved will be Colaiste Einde who will face  St Oliver’s CC Drogheda in the Semi-Final of the Under 16 Boys C at Oblate Hall on January the 11th at 12.30.The following day, St Joseph’s the Bish will face St Malachy’s Belfast in the Under 16 Boys A Semi-Final at the same venue at 2pm.Finally on January the 12th, there is an All-Galway National Cup Semi-Final with St Pauls Oughterard taking on Colasite Einde in the Semi-Final of the Boys U19 B Cup at the Nuig Kingfisher with that game tipping off at 12Noon.The Schedule In Full Is….Schools Cup Semi Finals – OBLATE HALL SCHEDULESemi Final Wednesday 10th Jan 10:30 U19A Girls Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip v Holy Faith ClontarfSemi Final Wednesday 10th Jan 12:00 U19B Girls Muckross Park v Ulidia IntegratedSemi Final Wednesday 10th Jan 14:00 U19A Boys St Malachy’s Belfast v Colaiste Chiarain LeixlipSemi Final Thursday 11th Jan 10:30 U19C Girls St Andrews Booterstown v Colaiste Pobail SetantaSemi Final Thursday 11th Jan 12:30 U16B Boys St Olivers CC Drogheda v Colaiste Einde GalwaySemi Final Thursday 11th Jan 14:00 U19C Boys St Brendans Belmullet v Colaiste na HinseSemi Final Friday 12th Jan 10:30 U16C Girls Old Bawn CS v St Colmcilles KnocklyonSemi Final Friday 12th Jan 12:30 U19B Girls Loreto Stephens Green v Scoil Ruain KillenauleSemi Final Friday 12th Jan 14:00 U16A Boys St Malachy’s Belfast v St Joseph’s BishSchools Cup Semi Finals – UL ARENA SCHEDULESemi Final Tuesday 9th Jan 10:30 U16C Boys CTI Clonmel v St Munchins LimerickSemi Final Tuesday 9th Jan 12:15 U16A Boys St Mary’s CBS The Green Tralee v SMGS BlarneySemi Final Tuesday 9th Jan 13:45 U16B Boys Colaiste an Spioraid Naoimh v St Conleths DublinSemi Final Tuesday 9th Jan 15:30 U16A Girls St Angelas Cork v Crescent ComprehensiveSemi Final Wednesday 10th Jan 11:30 U19C Boys St Munchins Limerick v St Colmcilles KnocklyonSemi Final Wednesday 10th Jan 13:30 U16C Girls Jesus & Mary Gortnor Abbey v Colaiste Pobail SetantaSemi Final Wednesday 10th Jan 15:15 U19A Boys Colaiste Choilm Ballincollig v Templeogue CollegeSchools Cup Semi Finals Schedule – OTHER VENUES Semi Final Monday 18th Dec 13:00 U19B Boys  – UL ARENA – St Vincent’s Castleknock College v St Clements CollegeSemi Final Tuesday 19th Dec 12:00 U16C Boys  – National Basketball Arena – St Joes Derry v Sligo GrammarSemi Final Tuesday 19th Dec 13:30 U16A Girls  – National Basketball Arena – Colaise Choilmcille Ballyshannon v Scoil Chriost Ri PortlaoiseSemi Final Wednesday 10th Jan 13:00 U19A Girls  – Neptune Stadium – Christ King v Colaiste An Phiarsaigh Gleann MaghairSemi Final Thursday 11th Jan 12:00 U16B Girls  – Peacelink Clones – St Catherines VS, Killybegs v Muckross ParkSemi Final Thursday 11th Jan 13:45 U19C Girls  – Peacelink Clones – Colaiste na Carraige v Carrick on ShannonSemi Final Friday 12th Jan 12:00 U16B Girls  – Pres Tralee – Causeway Comprehensive v Pres TraleeSemi Final Friday 12th Jan 12:00 U19B Boys  – NUIG Kingfisher – St Pauls Oughterard v Colaiste Einde Galway The top teams in this year’s competition will battle it out for a place in the Subway All Ireland Schools Cup Final at the end of January in the National Basketball Arena.Semi finals will take place the week of January 8th – 12th, 2018, across two main venues: UL Arena, Limerick and Oblate Hall, Inchicore.last_img read more

Three Newbuilds for Fredriksens GOGL

first_imgzoom January was a busy month for Golden Ocean Group Ltd (GOGL), part of Fredriksen Group, as three Capesize newbuildings have joined the company’s fleet.Namely, Chinese builder New Times Shipbuilding delivered three 180,000 dwt bulkers to the company this month.The delivery string started off with M.V. Golden Cirrus on January 9, followed by the handing over of M.V. Golden Cumulus on January 16, and finally M.V. Golden Calvus on January 22.Two more bulkers remain to be delivered this year from New Times Shipbuilding, those being Golden Arcus and Golden Incus.Golden Ocean operates a fleet of 73 vessels and has five Capesize newbuilding contracts. Upon delivery, the company’s fleet will have an aggregate carrying capacity of approximately 10.7 million dwt and an average age of less than 5 years.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more