Story HighlightsGovernor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, has charged members of the new Cabinet to commit to serving the Jamaican people.The Governor-General was delivering remarks before swearing in Ministers at a ceremony at King’s House on Monday, March 7.The Cabinet comprises 18 Ministers and four Ministers of State. Mrs. Marlene Malahoo Forte was also sworn in as Attorney General. G-G Urges Ministers To Commit To Service Governor GeneralMarch 8, 2016Written by: Denise Dennis FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail RelatedLeadership of Country in Good Hands – G-G RelatedG-G Commends Country’s Leaders Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, has charged members of the new Cabinet to commit to serving the Jamaican people.“The people of Jamaica have given you a mandate and they expect a Government that will work for them and serve them well. You may have to climb out of the proverbial box, sometimes, and do creative things to show them that you care and that you understand those expectations,” he said.The Governor-General was delivering remarks before swearing in Ministers at a ceremony at King’s House on Monday, March 7.The Cabinet comprises 18 Ministers and four Ministers of State. Mrs. Marlene Malahoo Forte was also sworn in as Attorney General.The Governor-General congratulated the Ministers and offered best wishes and prayers as they embark on an “epic journey of impressive proportions, at a time of great national expectations.”He told the Ministers that their service must be undergirded with the highest values and standards.He said that by accepting the Prime Minister’s invitation to be part of the Government, “you all are indicating your willingness to commit yourself to service for all Jamaicans and to assist him in the realisation of the policy and programme objectives of the Government.” RelatedSir Alexander Bustamante Remembered Advertisements
BOCA RATON, Fla. — Darren Clarke won the TimberTech Championship on Sunday for his first PGA Tour Champions title, two-putting for birdie on the par-5 18th for a one-stroke victory over Jim Furyk and Bernhard Langer. Clarke hit his second shot on 18 to 30 feet and rolled his eagle try just past the hole. After Furyk missed a 25-foot eagle try, Clarke tapped in for a 4-under 68 and the breakthrough victory. The 52-year-old major champion from Northern Ireland had a 17-under 199 total at the The Old Course at Broken Sound. Clarke shot a 62 — with a penalty stroke for picking up his ball on the second fairway — Saturday for a share of the lead with Robert Karlsson. Clarke won the 2011 British Open at Royal St. George’s. The 50-year-old Furyk also closed with a 68. He won this year in his first two starts on the senior tour. Langer, the 63-year-old German star who won the event in 2010 and 2019, shot 67. He was 16 under until making bogeys on the 15th and 17th holes that cost him. He regained the lead in the Charles Schwab Cup. Clarke breaks through on senior tour: ‘To actually get it done feels great’ Full-field scores from the TimberTech Championship The PGA Tour Champions wraps up 2020 next week with the Charles Schwab Cup Championship in Phoenix, although the season will be extended to include 2021 because of tournaments lost from the COVID-19 pandemic. Miguel Angel Jimenez was fourth at 15 under after a 66. Karlsson (71) and Gene Sauers (68) followed at 14 under. John Daly, tied with Furyk for first-round lead after a 64, had weekend rounds of 73 and 71 to tie for 26th at 7 under. He was making his fourth start since revealing he has bladder cancer. John Daly, who shared the lead after one round with a 64, finished 73-71 and tied for 26th.
In an ironic twist of fate, the NYC rental market doesn’t seem as weak as it seems. With the opening of Phase 2 in New York City, rental leasing activity has increased sharply. The new saviors for the rental market: recent Generation Z graduates and younger, single millennials. With the demographic change comes changes in renter needs. Outdoor space, property location, privacy, Covid-19 health protocol, and apartment size are the new “must-haves” for renters.Ironically, one of the newest rentals to feature all the must-haves is located in Elmhurst, Queens. The Elm West residences features 142-apartment rentals and was designed specifically to provide tenants the newest luxury living standards with the space of the suburbs. Opened in Summer 2020 by Pi Capital Partners, the new massive rental development features over 220,000 sf of large apartment living. The Elm West was upgraded in the months prior to opening to take into consideration the new social distancing and CDC health protocols. When you walk into the rental building, you are greeted by a large, spacious grand lobby. Face mask and social distancing signs are all around the lobby interior. Hand sanitizing stations are in the main lobby elevator banks. Pi Capital Partners took the opportunity to also enhance the fitness center with equipment spacing, complimentary wipes and plexiglass dividers in-between each workout station.Perhaps the greatest advantages of living at the Elm West is its location. Elmhurst has turned into the newest shopping mecca in Queens, NY. Within three blocks, tenants can walk to retailers including Costco, Target, Best Buy, Apple Store, Starbucks and more. Elmhurst also benefits from its proximity to two of the largest parks in New York City: Flushing-Corona Park, Forest Park, and Alley Pond Park. The Elm West has on-site parking and complimentary bike racks for its tenant. This additional service allows tenants an opportunity to quickly head into the city or drive out to nature. The Elm West is located directly on top of the Grand Avenue-Newtown MTA Subway Station and has direct access to the Q53-SBS, Q58 and Q60 bus lines.The Elm West feature Studio apartments starting at $1650/month, 1-Bedroom starting at $2150/month and 2-Bedrooms beginning at $2900/month. Each apartment features custom made cabinetry, white countertops, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and hardwood floors. Most apartments themselves have outdoor balconies or terraces. The building features full-time security staff and fitness center.ABOUT PI CAPITAL PARTNERSPi Capital Partners is a private real estate development company based in New York City focused on affordable housing, mixed-use living communities, and retail development projects. The family manages over 40 properties worth over $1 billion with the majority of assets in Manhattan and Queens NYC. Its core values are centered on social and economic improvement, community development, local collaboration, and exemplifying industry standards. Visit picapitalpartners.com.