Commercial evictions get green light, but only in name

first_imgShe said that court clerks have been writing “date to be determined, no return date” on cases brought in recent weeks.Proceedings on pre-Covid evictions can also resume, but will also be adjourned. A court spokesperson said that city marshalls still don’t have clearance to issue warrants for commercial and residential evictions, which have been on hold since March 15.The spokesperson also confirmed that commercial proceedings can resume Aug. 20, “unless the governor weighs in.”The continued disarray in the courts has been an ongoing source of frustration for real estate and tenant attorneys, who have been trying to make sense of guidance that is, at times, contradictory.“Given the current climate and the confusion caused by these orders, landlords may be well served to wait to Sept. 4 just to avoid the risk of having a court rule the case was begun prematurely,” said Nativ Winiarsky, an attorney at Kucker, Marino, Winiarsky and Bittens. (Gov. Andrew Cuomo had extended the pause on most evictions until next month.)He suggested that landlords who wish to evict their commercial tenants should take their cases to Supreme Court, where they can file ejectment actions.Adam Leitman Bailey, an attorney at his eponymous firm, said the holdup of commercial evictions is to blame for keeping New York City’s economy from restarting.“It’s interesting that the Office of Court Administration is saying they’re open for business when they put out a memo in writing that you can’t proceed,” he said. “To me it’s disingenuous and disheartening.” This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Now Commercial evictions are on ice for nowFor landlords stuck with non-paying commercial tenants, new evictions can be filed starting Aug. 20 — but don’t expect the cases to go anywhere.The courts allowed for the filing of new commercial and residential evictions starting June 22, but did not move forward with the cases. Now, guidance issued this week by the Office of Court Administration said that commercial evictions can start back up this month — but would immediately be adjourned.“It’s hard to say this is guidance,” said Luise Barrack, an attorney at real estate law firm Rosenberg and Estis. “They want to say they’re open — it’s optics, that’s all it is.”Read moreEvictions filed pre-Covid can move forwardEviction moratorium extended until SeptemberLandlords find ways to eject tenants without housing courtlast_img read more

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first_imgChamber of CommerceUse the chambers’ online membership directories to connect with local businesses as you settle into your new community.Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce520 Fellowship Road, E502Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 856-439-2520www.bcrcc.com Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce1027 Hooper Ave., Building 1, Second Floor, Suite 5Toms River, NJ 08753 732-349-0220https://tomsriverchamber.com GovernmentOfficial state, county and city websites are valuable resources for newcomers because they provide information on the local government’s boards and committees, public safety organizations, community social services and other helpful agencies. They also give up-to-date information on municipal contacts, local events and recreational opportunities.For more information on your new home, visit: WRFF 104.5 (alternative): https://radio1045.iheart.com  NBC: www.nbcphiladelphia.com  Ocean County: www.co.ocean.nj.us  CBS: http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com  Township of Pemberton: www.pemberton-twp.com  Township of Toms River: http://tomsrivertownship.com  Township of Evesham: www.evesham-nj.org  ABC: http://abc7ny.com  Burlington County: www.co.burlington.nj.us  WUSL 98.9 (hip hop): https://power99.iheart.com  Township of Moorestown: www.moorestown.nj.us  WIOQ 102.7 (top 40): https://q102.iheart.com  Asbury Park Press: www.app.com  Township of Lakewood: www.lakewoodnj.gov  Wrightstown: http://wrightstownborough.com  News and Social MediaGet a feel for your new community by tapping into its news and entertainment options online. From local news media or social media, you can get a better feel for the vibe of your new town from the comfort of your armchair at home.Newspapers Township of Jackson: www.jacksontwpnj.net  FOX: www.fox29.com  Radio stations PBS: https://whyy.org/tv  The Trentonian: www.trentonian.com  Township of Mount Holly: http://twp.mountholly.nj.us  WHYY 90.9 (public radio): https://whyy.org/radio-podcasts  Television stations State of New Jersey: www.nj.gov  TourismDrop in and learn the lay of the land from local experts.Central Jersey Convention & Visitors Bureau109 Church St.New Brunswick, NJ 08901 732-745-8090www.gocentraljersey.com Ocean County Tourism101 Hooper Ave.P.O. Box 2191Toms River, NJ 08754 732-929-2000www.oceancountytourism.com Visit New JerseyP.O. Box 300Trenton, NJ 08625 609-599-6540www.visitnj.orglast_img read more

Jadi Viral, Menu Kelas Bisnis Ditulis Tangan, Garuda Indonesia Minta Maaf Pada Vloger

first_img“Hari ini gue bakal ngeriview penerbangan gue dari Sydney ke Denpasar. Gue mau meluruskan apa yang lagi ramai di media sosial tentang menu yang gue post kemarin di Instagram gue,” kata rius dalam video yang diunggah dirinya ke Youtube.Dalam video itu juga dirinya menjelaskan pramugari Garuda Indonesia yang membagikan menu tersebut sempat mengakui padanya terkait hal ini. “Maaf untuk menu cardnya kita lagi dalam proses percetakan. Jadi saya ada menuliskan, jelek tulisannya pak. Bisa pilih salah satu,” kata pramugari dalam video Rius tersebut.Dia juga meluruskan bila ada yang mengatakan catatan pramugari diambil secara paksa dan difoto, hal itu tidak benar dan memang diberikan.“Ada yang bilang itu catatan pramugarinya yang gue ambil secara paksa terus gue foto. Nggak itu emang dikasih, penumpang lain jiga dikasih menu itu,” jelasnya.Rius mengaku saat diberikan kartu menu tulisan tangan itu pun pramugari bersikap sopan meski dirinya dan sang tunangan merasa hal tersebut ganjil. Menangapi hal ini, garuda Indonesia melalui akun Twitternya membalas kicauan seorang warganet @arieparikesit di twitter yang menggunggah daftar menu itu.“Dapat kami sampaikan bahwa itu bukan kartu menu untuk penumpang, melainkan catatan pribadi awak kabin yang tidak untuk disebarluaskan. Terimakasih,” ujar akun itu.Karena hal ini, pihak Garuda Indonesia meminta maaf atas kesalahpahaman yang terjadi dan memastikan bahwa pihaknya telah menyediakan kartu menu sesuai standar kelas bisnis. Selain itu, Rius Vernandes juga mengunggah foto yang menunjukkan ruang customer service milik Garuda Indonesia. Ia menyebutkan, pihak Garuda Indonesia telah meminta maaf.Baca juga: Solusi Ramah Lingkungan, Mulai 1 Agutus Kargo Garuda Indonesia Gunakan Kemasaan dari Bahan Daur Ulang“Intinya Garuda Indonesia minta maaf soal ini. Aduh asli gue juga enggak marah atau gimana. Gue cuma sedang menjalankan job gue sebagai reviewer pesawat. Share apapun yang terjadi di pesawat, gitu doang,” tulis Rius.Hingga tulisan ini diturunkan, KabarPenumpang.com yang mengonfirmasi pihak Garuda Indonesia belum mendapatkan jawaban apapun.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related Menu yang dibagikan ke penumpang dengan selembar kertas dan di tulis tangan oleh pramugari garuda Indonesia Belum lama ini beredar sebuah capture Instastory seorang Youtuber dan pengusaha terkait menu makanan di kelas bisnis Garuda Indonesia yang menggunakan tulisan tangan. Menu ini didapat Rius Vernandes dan Elwi tungangannya saat dalam perjalanan dari Sydney – Denpasar – Jakarta.Baca juga: Tukang Gorengan ini Gunakan ‘Kantung Muntah’ Garuda Indonesia Sebagai BungkusnyaKarena hal ini Rius menjadi bahan perbincangan baru para warganet yang merasa Youtuber satu ini menjelek-jelekkan maskapai milik Indonesia tersebut. Bahkan dikatakan menu tulisan tangan itu adalah catatan pramugari yang dimintanya secara paksa.Dirangkum KabarPenumpang.com dari berbagai laman sumber, Rius kemudian menggunggah video dengan judul ‘Yang Sebenarnya Terjadi Di Balik Menu Tulisan Tangan Garuda Business Class’. Video berdurasi 21 menit tersebut menjelaskan apa yang dirasakan Rius ketika mendapat menu dengan kerta yang bertuliskan tangan.last_img read more

Kipsang aims to reclaim World Record at Tokyo Marathon

first_imgBut not everyone is in agreement. “Although big bridges are eliminated after 35km, nearly a dozen small hills are introduced, and the total elevation gain over the marathon distance may be higher,” said former Tokyo, Boston and Chicago winner Toshihiko Seko. “It is not a world record course.”Either way, at the pre-race press conference on Friday afternoon, Wilson Kipsang confirmed that he will go after the world record of 2:02:57.When asked what is his target time, Kipsang stated 2:02:50. “In the Berlin Marathon last fall, I went out too fast (1:01:11). On Sunday, the plan is to run the first half in more reasonable 61:30 (and comeback with 61:20).”Kipsang also talked about his other goal. “My goal is to win all the Marathon Major races. I have won Berlin, London and New York, but not Tokyo. So I decided to run Tokyo immediately after Berlin.”The 2012 Olympic bronze medallist broke the world record in 2013 with 2:03:23. He improved his PB to 2:03:13 in Berlin last year to get within 16 seconds of the current world record.Kipsang, the fastest runner in this year’s field, has run faster than 2:04 three times and has bettered 2:05 for the marathon in seven straight seasons.Even if the world record is not possible, Kipsang has several other targets to chase: the race record of 2:05:42 set by Dickson Chumba in 2014, the Japanese all-comers’ record of 2:05:18 set by Tsegaye Kebede at the 2009 Fukuoka Marathon, and the Asian all-comers’ record of 2:04:11 set by Tamirat Tola at the 2016 Dubai Marathon.Chumba, the 2014 Tokyo Marathon champion with a PB of 2:04:32, and Kebede, the 2008 Olympic and 2009 world bronze medallist with a PB of 2:04:38, are both set to race in Tokyo.When asked about their target times, Kebede spoke of an ambitious 2:02:50, while Chumba had a more modest target time of 2:05:20.Five of the invited runners have personal bests faster than 2:05 and a further five have personal bests faster than 2:07.Ethiopia’s 2013 world bronze medallist Tadese Tola and Kenya’s Bernard Koech are the other sub-2:05 runners in the field, but neither has run faster than 2:08 for nearly three years.Evans Chebet, who set a PB of 2:05:31 at last year’s Berlin Marathon, could challenge for the victory on Sunday.He has made it on to the podium in his five most recent marathons and he ran faster than 2:06 in both of his marathons last year.Bernard Kipyego, a medallist at the 2007 World Cross and 2009 World Half Marathon Championships, has twice contested the Tokyo Marathon, both times finishing on the podium with a 2:07 clocking.If he were to take 80 seconds off his PB on Sunday, he would become just the fourth man in history to have run faster than 27 minutes for 10,000m, 60 minutes for the half marathon and 2:05 for the marathon.The only other men to accomplish that feat are Paul Tergat, Haile Gebrselassie and Eliud Kipchoge.Marius Kipserem, Alfers Lagat and Solomon Diksisa are the other sub-2:07 runners in the field.For Japanese runners, the race is one of the qualifying races for the 2017 World Championships marathon team.Top domestic runners who will be vying for the coveted spots are Masato Imai, Hiroaki Sano, Koji Gokaya, Takuya Fukatsu, and Yuki Takamiya.But the most intriguing runner in the field may be Yuma Hattori. The 23-year-old has a marathon best of 2:11:46 from the 2016 Tokyo Marathon, his only outing at the marathon distance.But his 30km PB of 1:28:52 suggests that he could be capable of taking a few minutes off his marathon best. Hattori’s target time is 2:08:00, the fastest target time among the Japanese runners.Saina takes on top EthiopiansBetsy Saina.PHOTO/FILEKenya’s Betsy Saina is the most intriguing entrant for the women’s race.The 28-year-old will be making her marathon debut in Tokyo, but expectations will be high after a stellar 2016 season which included a fifth-place finish in the 10,000m at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, where she clocked a PB of 30:07.78.She went on to record a PB of 1:07:22 to win the Great Scottish Half Marathon in just her second race over the distance.Saina will face a trio of top Ethiopians, including 2015 Tokyo Marathon winner Berhane Dibaba. The 23-year-old finished fifth in Tokyo last year and second in 2014, setting a lifetime best of 2:22:30.Like Dibaba, Amane Gobena will also be returning to the Tokyo Marathon. A former winner in Toronto, Osaka, Seoul, Xiamen and Istanbul, Gobena finished second in Tokyo last year with a lifetime best of 2:21:51.Compatriot Amane Beriso recorded one of the fastest marathon debuts of all time when she finished second in Dubai last year in 2:20:48.When asked about their target times on Sunday, Beriso said 2:20:20, Gobena said 2:20:00 and Dibaba said 2:21:00 – all of which are faster than the Japanese all-comers’ record of 2:21:18.Nobody has twice won the Tokyo Marathon, but past winners Chumba and Dibaba could become the first two-time winner in Tokyo.MenWilson Kipsang (KEN) 2:03:13Dickson Chumba (KEN) 2:04:32Tsegaye Kebede (ETH) 2:04:38Tadese Tola (ETH) 2:04:49Bernard Koech (KEN) 2:04:53Evans Chebet (KEN) 2:05:31Marius Kipserem (KEN) 2:06:11Bernard Kipyego (KEN) 2:06:19Solomon Deksisa (ETH) 2:06:22Alfers Lagat (KEN) 2:06:48Masato Imai (JPN) 2:07:39Stephen Mokoka (RSA) 2:07:40Arata Fujiwara (JPN) 2:07:48Kazuhiro Maeda (JPN) 2:08:00Gideon Kipketer (KEN) 2:08:14Hiroaki Sano (JPN) 2:09:12Koji Gokaya (JPN) 2:09:21Geoffrey Ronoh (KEN) 2:09:29Takuya Fukatsu (JPN) 2:09:31Yohannes Ghebregergis (ERI) 2:09:48Yuki Takamiya (JPN) 2:10:57Ryo Hashimoto (JPN) 2:11:20Yuma Hattori (JPN) 2:11:46Hiroyuki Yamamoto (JPN) 2:11:48WomenAmane Beriso (ETH) 2:20:48Amane Gobena (ETH) 2:21:51Berhane Dibaba (ETH) 2:22:30Sarah Chepchirchir (KEN) 2:24:13Marta Lema Megra (ETH) 2:24:32Sara Hall (USA) 2:30:06Betsy Saina (KEN) debut0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares00002:06:13 course record for Wilson Kipsang at Lake Biwa (Kazuo Tanaka/Agence Shot) © CopyrightNAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 25 – With a new course that has eliminated some of the toughest elements, fast times are expected at the Tokyo Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on Sunday.Japan’s 2000 Olympic champion Naoko Takahashi, who ran the first sub-2:20 marathon in Berlin, said: “If I was preparing to run this course and was in great shape like I was in Berlin in 2001, then I would be going after sub-2:20 clocking.”last_img read more