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Executive Summary As a member of the crowded pub marketplace in the city of Calgary, the Kilkenny Irish Pub finds itself in a challenging position. With a local population made up largely of post secondary students, management at the Kilkenny need to consider the potentially unique needs of this market, and their opinions of the products and services offered by the pub. In our analysis, we take a look at the current comment card offered by the Kilkenny. This is a comment card which can only be found online and not in the restaurant itself. We administered this card in person to a small convenience sample, and examined the results. Some of the key findings were that patrons typically visited the establishment during the evening, that they found the music choice was sub‐par and that these patrons did not necessarily order food to accompany their drinks. Following our analysis of these comment card results, we used the information to structure moderators’ guides for a set of focus groups. Based on the market examined, our focus group participants were Kilkenny patrons aged 18‐25. Our focus groups were asked a series of questions regarding their experiences as Kilkenny clientele. The general consensus of our two focus groups was that people have a fairly low expectation regarding the quality of both food and service. Although some of these characteristics caused people some concern, in general, people visited the bar to spend time with their friends and thus cared less about the service. With information gained from the customer comment card and focus groups, we were able to create a survey to obtain more detailed data. The survey was developed in order to understand certain attitudes and perceptions regarding pubs and how this information related to Kilkenny specifically. The majority of respondents were of a similar age as our focus group participants with a large portion of them currently attending the University of Calgary. A total of 61 surveys were collected with the majority of respondents being male. In addition, we did not bias based on income, race or age, but we were looking for a relatively even split of people 22 and over and 21 and under. This was to answer our research question of whether more experienced patrons had higher expectations regarding service and product quality. Additionally, we studied some of the differences between males and females regarding expectations of the service and products of pubs. In general, those 21 and under and those 22 and over had similar expectations and attitudes toward Kilkenny, and pubs in general. Similarly, males and females had similar expectations towards their dining experience with pubs and Kilkenny. For the two different age groups, some differences occurred such as those 21 and under placing a higher emphasis on being able to find available seating. Regarding gender, females placed a higher emphasis than males on customer service. Overall, expectations regarding pubs and Kilkenny were fairly low. Some differences occurred between the different groups that we tested, but people saw these establishments as a social setting not a formal one. That said, there are some characteristics that management of Kilkenny should look into in order to ensure that they are maximizing service and product expectations.
Regarding wind energy (ER 126.96.36.199), this energy option will not always be dependable due to variable wind conditions, and there is no proven storage method for windgenerated electricity.
All parties were under the understanding that the flat would be professionally cleaned as the previous tenant or landlord left the flat unclean and in bad shape (see pictures that were shared with the estate agent on the 25th of September) Pictures 25th September 2017 The tenant sent an Email regarding the state of the flat with photos attached.
Fr. Eugene Tombros “Regarding Frequent Communion” in 1966 In 1966, Fr. Eugene Tombros, the arch‐chancellor of the Matthewite Synod, published a Prayer Book in Greek. On the last page, he provides a quote from the book “Regarding Continuous Communion” by St. Macarius Notaras of Corinth. This means that Fr. Eugene Tombros, the most influential person in the Matthewite Synod between 1940 and 1974, knew about this book and respected its contents enough to desire to quote from it. The quote is as follows: A QUOTE FROM THE BOOK “REGARDING CONTINUOUS COMMUNION” If you like the kindle in your heart divine love and to acquire love towards Christ and with this to also acquire all the rest of the virtues, regularly attend Holy Communion and you will enjoy that which you desire. Because it is absolutely impossible for somebody not to love Christ, when he conscientiously and continually communes of His Holy Body and drinks His Precious Blood.” - St. Macarius Notaras It is clear, therefore, that Fr. Eugene Tombros was aware of the Kollyvades movement and in favour of it. The quote below advocates frequent communion. This falls perfectly in place with an earlier work by St. Matthew of Bresthena, published in 1933, which also was written in the spirit of the Kollyvades Fathers. This makes one ask the question: If the most important Matthewite leaders, namely, Bishop Matthew of Bresthena in 1933 and Fr. Eugene Tombros in 1966, published works regarding Frequent Holy Communion that clearly reflected the beliefs of the Kollyvades Fathers such as St. Macarius Notaras, St. Nicodemus of Athos, St. Athanasius of Paros, St. Pachomius of Chios, St. Nectarius of Aegina, etc, how did this all change in the Matthewite Synod? Why did their practices become so anti‐Kollyvadic from the 1970s onwards? The answer is that in 1979 during a week‐long “clergy synaxis” at Kouvara Monastery, all of the bishops and priests were trained to demand laymen to adhere to a strict fast for a week, and the last three days without oil, while making this exempt from clergy. The people who led this course at Kouvara were the laymen theologians, Mr. Gkoutzidis and Mr. Kontogiannis, the latter of whom lated became Bp. Kirykos. Just as usual, the same people who “systematized” (changed) the ecclesiology, the same people who re‐wrote Matthewite history “their own way,” are the same people who removed the spirit of the Kollyvades Fathers from the Matthewites. After over three decades of this, the majority of Matthewites now think their practices are normal, and if they read the book of St. Macarius Notaras or of St. Nicodemus of Athos regarding Frequent Holy Communion they would shudder. But it is time for the brainwashing to end and for truth to shine. May the prayers of the Holy Kollyvades Fathers enlighten us all. Amen.
Fish and Wildlife Service (“USFWS”) submitted a letter to the California Coastal Commission regarding Project impacts on the western snowy plover.4 The USFWS concluded the Project, as currently proposed, could not be built without resulting in take of snowy plover and other listed species.5 The USFWS further concluded the HPP is not adequate to avoid take of listed species and that it is not a substitute for a Habitat Conservation Plan (“HCP”) or incidental take permit.6 Thus, the USFWS recommended to the California Coastal Commission that the Applicant prepare a HCP in support of an application for an incidental take permit.7 I concur with the USFWS that the proposed Project would result in take of the western snowy plover and that the Applicant should prepare a HCP.
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replace engine (Need motor replacement) Cost Deferred Approved X $475.70 $0.00 X $4,370.00 20 Original Customer Requests replace radiator 4.0 (found vehicle has no coolant in engine top tank leaking on radiator) Status Fail Subtotal Cost Deferred Approved Deferred Approved $944.98 $5,790.68 Inspection Recommendations Status Cost Replace oil pump gasket (Found engine oil leak) Fail $1,529.05 Ethanol Treatment (Based on manufacture standards regarding time and/or mileage of the vehicle and after checking available service history at our dealership, we recommend the following:) Fail $25.95 Perform power steering fluid exchange service (Based on manufacture standards regarding time and/or mileage of the vehicle and after checking available service history at our dealership, we recommend the following:) Fail $149.95 See AI-2 Perform power steering system fluid exchange service (Found power steering fluid is excessively discolored) Fail $149.95 See AI-2 Perform brake system fluid exchange (Found brake fluid is excessively discolored) Fail $169.95 See AI-4 Perform alignment (Found steering component(s) excessively worn) Fail $94.95 See AI-6 Perform four wheel alignment (Found strut mount(s) loose/worn/noisy) Fail $94.95 See AI-6 Replace cabin air filter (Found cabin air filter excessively dirty) Fail $65.95 See AI-15 Change engine oil and filter (Found engine oil excessively discolored/dirty) Fail $40.41 See AI-18 Replace rear wiper blade insert (Found windshield wiper blade(s) worn) Fail $15.00 See AI-19 Replace side engine mount (Found broken engine mount) Fail $270.55 See AI-25 Replace front engine mount (Found broken engine mount) Fail $578.47 See AI-25 Diagnose excessive coolant loss (Found coolant contaminated) Fail $165.85 See AI-32 Replace water pump (Found engine coolant leak) Fail $1,080.66 See AI-32 Diagnose check engine light (Found instrument cluster warning light illuminated) Fail $29.95 See AI-36 Replace spark plugs (Based on manufacture standards regarding time and/or mileage of the vehicle and after checking available service history at our dealership, we recommend the following:) Fail $309.00 See AI-37 Replace left outer tie-rod end (Found steering component(s) excessively worn) Fail $266.58 See AI-39 Replace rack and pinion assembly (Found steering component(s) excessively worn, Found steering system leak) Fail $1,627.07 See AI-52 21 Inspection Recommendations Status Cost Deferred Approved Perform 90000 mile service (Based on manufacture standards regarding time and/or mileage of the vehicle and after checking available service history at our dealership, we recommend the following:) Fail $823.00 See AI-54 Replace camshaft seal (Found engine oil leak) Fail $242.36 See AI-55 Replace both rear shock absorbers (Found shock(s)/strut(s) leaking) Fail $697.42 See AI-57 Replace both front struts (Found strut mount(s) loose/worn/noisy) Fail $1,085.70 See AI-72 Replace air filter (Found air filter excessively dirty) Fail $55.95 See AI-76 Replace both front sway-bar links (Found sway-bar bushing(s) excessively worn) Fail $302.80 See AI-78 Replace front sway-bar bushings (Found sway-bar bushing(s) excessively worn) Fail $311.30 See AI-78 Replace right front CV axle (Found CV joint(s) noisy/worn) Fail $630.30 See AI-83 Replace left front CV axle (Found CV joint(s) noisy/worn) Fail $630.30 See AI-83 Replace power steering pump (Found steering component(s) excessively worn, Found steering system leak) Fail $775.97 See AI-84 Replace power steering belt (Found belt(s) excessively glazed) Fail $95.18 See AI-87 Replace serpentine belt (Found belt(s) excessively glazed) Fail $124.23 See AI-87 Replace both valve cover gaskets (Found engine oil leak) Fail $745.48 See AI-91 Diagnose excessively low/contaminated/burnt transmission fluid (Found transmission fluid is excessively discolored) Fail $109.95 See AI-98 Replace crankcase rear main seal (Found engine oil leak) Fail $1,493.84 See AI-100 Replace radiator (Found engine coolant leak) Fail $1,063.96 See AI-145 Perform transmission fluid exchange service (Based on manufacture standards regarding time and/or mileage of the vehicle and after checking available service history at our dealership, we recommend the following:) Fail $127.95 See AI-158 Replace positive battery cable (Found battery cable/terminal excessively corroded) Fail $315.15 See AI-159 Replace hood struts (Found hood strut(s) won't support hood) Fail $205.95 See AI-198 Replace timing belt and water pump (Based on manufacture standards regarding time and/or mileage of the vehicle and after checking available service history at our dealership, we recommend the following:) Fail $1,491.97 See AI-208 Subtotal $17,993.00 Totals, Taxes and Fees Estimate Subtotal Cost $23,783.68 Deferred $0.00 Approved $0.00 Shop Fee $1,740.00 $0.00 Tax $1,786.66 $0.00 22 Totals, Taxes and Fees Estimate Total For "See AI-"
Objectives, Tasks and Cluster activities and Relationships Cluster relevant activities / contacts Carlo Bonini Chief Investigative reporter of La Repubblica, Rome ( met and corresponded August 2018) Estonia NATO Euro Atlantic group ( met at 2BP Budva, Montenegro and as a result gave presentation on media aspects of hybrid warfare at the Baltic – Russia Youth Forum in Jurmala, Latvia Sept 2018 Edward Lucas regarding Baltic States and Spain especially and financial matters generally:
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CITY COUNCIL STATEMENT REGARDING SB 4 AND PENDING LITIGATION ABOUT THE BILL Just before we gathered back here in the council chambers the City Council received legal advice regarding SB 4 in executive session.
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