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first_imgEven as it tried to contain F-M’s perimeter game, the Northstars still had trouble with Hornets star Lexie Roe, who earned 20 points, including four 3-pointers.Yet C-NS maintained its pressure, and the result was seeing F-M manage just a handful of field goals in the second half and just three points in the entire fourth quarter.Just as important to the Northstars was the way its offense diversified, even as Cook still finished with 24 points. Mackenzie White had 13 points, with Alexandra Miller and Gabby Hillman getting six points apiece as eight different players got on the scoreboard. Back home Friday to face Corcoran, C-NS took apart the Cougars 85-27, limiting the visitors to two points in the first quarter and converting at will throughout the night.All 11 players that saw action for the Northstars got on the scoreboard, Cook getting 21 points. Nicolette Kasch set a career mark with 12 points and Julia Rowe had 10 points, with White (seven points), Gianna Chiaramonte (nine points), Crystal Leonardi (eight points) and Alita Carey-Santangelo (six points) close behind.Liverpool would challenge Baldwinsville a week and a half before C-NS did, and their battle last Tuesday at Onondaga Community College’s Allyn Hall was a fierce one, the Warriors quite game in a 58-48 defeat to the Bees.Through one quarter, Liverpool led 13-11, and it continued to play well the rest of the half. Only in the third quarter did B’ville gain any kind of control, picking up the tempo as it outscored the Warriors 23-16.To the end, Liverpool remained within range, Neveah Wingate earning 19 points as Michelle Lonczak got 11 points, both trying to make up for Victoria Morgan’s struggles as Morgan was held to six points, matching Karlyssa Shifflett’s total.B’ville was led again by senior Katie Pascale, who had 17 points. Hannah Mimas gained 13 points, while Sydney Huhtala had nine points and Alexandra Bednarczyk added seven points.Up against Nottingham on Friday, Liverpool was again quite competitive and again, on the wrong side of the decision in a 69-66 defeat to the Bulldogs.Nottingham build a 36-24 halftime edge and was still up double digits before a furious late Warriors comeback led by Wingate, who set a new career mark with 31 points, with Morgan adding 15 points and Karlyssa Shifflett getting 10 points.The Bulldogs held on because it had a bit more depth, four reaching double figures. Amaya Williams led with 24 points, helped by N Howard (14 points), Lauryn Withrow (12 points) and Zyohna Glen (10 points).Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: C-NSgirls basketballliverpoolcenter_img With its most important week of the regular season looming ahead – namely, back-to-back battles with West Genesee and Baldwinsville – the Cicero-North Syracuse girls basketball team wanted to be sure that it entered that stretch in prime form.What was revealed in the Jan. 3 win over Liverpool where Jessica Cook netted 38 points to pass 1,000 for her career continued into back-to-back wins last week.At Fayetteville-Manlius last Tuesday, C-NS nearly let an early lead get away, but used its defense to wear down the Hornets in the second half, ultimately cruising to a 63-41 victory.last_img read more

first_imgThousands of consumers supplied by group water schemes across Donegal have been delivered a mind boggling array of regulations as Irish Water lay out their terms to take control of the private systems.Those who use group water schemes will have to fill in a lot of forms!The demands include names and addresses of all  trustees and customers attached to a scheme: details of Land Registry agreements: rights of way: wayleave arrangements and how finances for running existing schemes are collected.Promoters of these schemes said they are taken aback at the amount of legal jargon involved to the extent that in many instances it is likely that many of these private schemes can never be taken over. The Tirconail Tribune reports that Irish Water has handed down an astonishing list of twenty requirements that the promoters of group schemes must comply with before they are eligible for Irish Water ownership.In many instances the group schemes were done as community agreements with very little legal protocol or registration with the Land Registry Office. In many other instances where trustees were appointed, most are no deceased or have left the country.With Donegal having a record number of over six hundred group schemes, a number of promoters have said that with the demands imposed by the water company will make it impossible that many of these private resources may never be taken over.Among the list of queries on which Irish Water seeks clarification is company registration: names of trustees: wayleaves: information on condition of network to include pipework: equipment and if individual customers are already metered.Irish Water is seeking to establish the legal status of group schemes…an estimate of the condition of the infrastructure and if equipment is on registered or unregistered property. Details of wayleaves and access rights are also being included in the list of requirements by Irish Water. Details of any debts incurred by the group scheme must also be provided.The list of demands, said one promoter, reads like  a page from a very legal document and in many instances these rules cannot be made for historic reasons.The list of demands are: List of GWSs that want to be taken in charge?In each GWS how is that GWS constituted or incorporated  (ie. Is that a registered company or governed by trustees). Are all the trustees available? (Get names and addresses).Does each GWS have names and addresses of its customers? (If so get names and addresses). Can each GWS provide and estimate of the condition of its infrastructure (ie. Does routine maintenance take place?) What infrastructure does each GWS comprise of (eg. pipes, pumping stations, treatment plants, meters or manholes and inspection chambers)?Do any of the individual GWSs  own property that is used for water services purposes, eg. service reservoir and is this registered or unregistered property?What rights connected to the GWS will need to be taken with the GWS, eg. wayleaves and rights of way and access points?).Where  such connected rights are property related, (e.g. wayleaves)  – are these rights registered  in the land registry or reduced to writing (in an agreement of some nature….get copies). Does each GWS have any outstanding debts or any other encumbrances that attach to or are connected to the GWS?Were the individual GWSs in receipt of any state assistance or subsidy… rural water scheme grants?Do the individual customers pay any charge or levy for GWS services? Are the individual GWS customers metered?If the individual GWS customers are not metered, how are levies raised or collected? (door to door collections).Has each GWS held a collective meeting or AGM at any time in the past?How is water quality measured and assessed in each of the GWSs?What water treatment techniques, methods are utilized in each GWS?Are there any lead pipes in any of the networks?What are the Newspapers circulating in the area which each GWS serves?Where would be a convenient place for a map of the area served by the GWS to be displayed?IRISH WATER DEMAND GROUP WATER SCHEME USERS COMPLY WITH 20 CONDITIONS! was last modified: May 7th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more