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This time of year combines and hay equipment are in high demand. Or even, Martz and Associates to extend a lease through the same time period at 402 DeMers Ave. separate adjacent portion of the downtown Corporate CenterChief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai has revealed how he sacked his domestic driver over confrontation with officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Buratai spoke at the FRSC 30th Anniversary celebrating His words: “We have also ensured that all the Nigerian Army Officers have their drivers licence and indeed all our soldiers have their driver’s licence “This is one of the policy directives that I passed on my appointment “Just about two weeks ago my domestic driver had a clash with members of the Road Safety Marshals “When he was apprehended and checked the Road Marshals entered the vehicle to take him to their station to answer for his misdemeanour the driver drove off recklessly and tried to escape along with the Road Safety personnel “The following day I have to sack that particular driver” he said He however expressed concern about the rising cases of road carnages urging FRSC to ensure reduction of road traffic accidents by 50 percent Buratai appealed to the government to ensure that road signs are conspicuously displayed on the highways The US Geological Survey which oversees the division had planned to close it this spring The unit which boasts a $16 million annual budget and six employees helps maintain nearly a million bird reptile and mammal specimens and historic field notes housed at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural HistoryInterior Department officials sought to shutter it as a way to trim the department’s overall budget Several academics and scientific societies protested the move saying the unit’s staff provided access to key specimens that shed insight on critical scientific questions including on how ecological conditions changed over more than a century out west and elsewhere in North AmericaNew USGS budget documents show that the agency will keep the division intact at least until Sept 30 the end of the current fiscal year as it devises a plan to transfer its responsibility to the Smithsonian The Smithsonian serves as the official repository for the collection and jointly manages it"The Survey is directed to formulate a transition plan with the Smithsonian Institution regarding the curation of the Institution’s collection for which the Survey is currently responsible" the documents stateA USGS spokeswoman confirmed Thursday March 29 that the Biological Survey Unit will continue operating until the end of the fiscal year "We value our long-term relationship with the Smithsonian and are in the process of developing a transition plan" AB Wade saidResearchers welcomed the temporary stay of execution but warned that it did not address larger questions about the futureRobert Sikes president of the American Society of Mammalogists said in an email that the plan to close the division "and transition its collections to the Smithsonian is shortsighted""Such a move curtails core work by the Unit’s scientists and will undoubtedly limit use of collection materials by researchers at a time when dwindling populations of so many species is headline news" said Sikes a biology professor at the University of Arkansas at Little RockHe noted that the Society’s leaders had written the Smithsonian a year ago about its curatorial staff for mammals being underfunded and lacking the number of experts needed to provide researchers sufficient access to the collections "Now the size of those collections will double while staff shrinks" he said "These specimens are irreplaceable spatial and temporal records whose value continues to grow as science devises new ways to glean data from them"Portland State University biology professor Luis Ruedas who regularly works with specimens and field notes from the unit’s collection said only a long-term budget fix can address researchers’ dilemma"At the close of September the same situation remains: No one is left to take care of the specimens" Ruedas saidStory by Juliet Eilperin? Mille Lacs, adding they believe he acted alone. said he had not seen anything like it in his career. Carter called the practice of removing children from their parents “disgraceful and a shame to our country. I was shocked by the fact that rather console with me, said the group views statements by the duo as too critical of the Southeast region. gubernatorial candidate.

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