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LP council supports changes to alcohol laws

LAKE PLACID The Town Council approved the first reading of an ordinance that would remove some of the restrictions on alcohol sales with the goal of
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Councilman Ray Royce said state law mandates a minimum distance from schools so no matter what the town does there will still be a minimum distance forbidding alcohol sales regarding schools.

Checking the state laws, Town Administrator Phil Williams said alcohol sales are prohibited within 500 feet of a school.

Church of the Nazarene Pastor Tim Taylor asked about the impetus behind changing the alcohol
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Mayor John Holbrook responded, "We are just trying to do things for some of our small business owners to be able to promote business and bring more people into town."

Councilman Mike Waldron said many people believe the Interlake Boulevard and Main Street area is not close to functioning to the level it could be.

"We have hair salon, after hair salon, after hair salon, barbershop, antique store and furniture
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Waldron reiterated what he said earlier in the meeting about a local businessman who was looking into opening a business on Interlake Boulevard.

During his own research, the businessman discovered he could not find a place to open a wine bar and perhaps sell some food, Waldron said.

Taylor asked if the council’s plan would include a prohibition of bars and similar places like pool halls, which concentrate on serving alcoholic
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Waldron replied that as the council stated earlier, alcohol sales would be allowed at establishments that derived at least 51 percent of their business from food sales.

He is "pro business" and he wants to "enhance" the downtown, but does not believe that a "stand alone bar" would enhance the downtown, he said.

"My intent is to have a place where a person can come in and enjoy, hopefully, a good income from having a restaurant where they can also sell an alcoholic beverage," Waldron said. "We are not headed in the direction of making Lake Placid a wild west saloon area." Council unanimously approved the first reading of the amendment to the town’s alcoholic beverages ordinance.Articles Connexes:

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million to grow Scotland’s third sector

Scotland’s third sector will benefit from a new Scottish Government fund to help maintain, develop and grow Scotland’s enterprising third sector John Swinney announced today.

The Enterprise Ready Fund, which will be open to applications in September, builds on a number of current initiatives that the Scottish Government has in place and will distribute 6 million during 2013 2015 to continue to support a sustainable, capable and enterprising third sector across Scotland.

The Fund will provide grant awards up to 250,000 to support the long term development objectives of new, emerging and established enterprising third sector organisations. Grants will be awarded to enterprising third sector organisations with the most sustainable and ambitious business plans and priority will also be given to activities that contribute towards
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Announcing the fund at Craigsfarm Community Development Project in Livingston, Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Employment and Sustainable Growth John Swinney said:

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Their Chief Executive, Giles Ruck said:

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Empowerment tools for women

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A 2013 Ace Hardware survey of 1,000
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Lori Holt Pfeiler, executive director of San Diego
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Cindi Lapio realized her dream of becoming a licensed contractor.

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Not that the concept of women using tools and fixing things is entirely new. Home Depot established "Do It Herself" a decade ago, and drew more than 350,000 participants in the first 18 months. SDHFH, which has trained volunteers of both genders from its inception, is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

"When you volunteer at a job site, you may not know how to lay tile, but superintendents will teach you," Holt Pfeiler said. "From hanging dry wall, putting in fences to laying pavers, almost every aspect of building goes on every single day."

In order to purchase a home through SDHFH, families are required to complete 250 hours of "sweat equity" per
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Workshop Summary: How can we increase responsible lending and borrowing?

How can we increase responsible lending and borrowing?

Tuesday 28th April 2015

Wellcome Collection, London

Panel session 1: What impact have recent reforms of high cost, short term credit had on levels of responsible lending and borrowing? What should be a priority for action here?

Russell Hamblin-Boone – CFA

Russell suggested that the High-Cost, Short-Term Credit (HCSTC) and specifically payday lending market has been transformed by recent FCA reforms. CFA members have been ‘hit hard’ by the regulation introduced in April 2014 and Read more »

New report: introducing a time delay on access to credit

Jodi Gardner, Lindsey Appleyard, and Karen Rowlingson have written a new report on the potential effects of introducing a time delay on access to credit, particularly payday lending.

This report was produced for the Archbishop’s Task Group on Responsible Lending and Savings, and can be found HERE.

Response to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Consultation on Payday Lending

Karen Rowlingson, Lindsey Appleyard and Jodi Gardner have written a response to this consultation, which can be found here:

Impact of capping the cost of payday lending in the UK – report for the FCA

Karen Rowlingson, Lindsey Appleyard and Jodi Gardner have written a report for the Financial Conduct Authority on the potential impact of capping the cost of payday lending in the UK.

A copy of the report can be found here:


Two new papers on regulatory lessons from Australia

The following papers have been written by Jodi Gardner and Karen Rowlingson as part of the Responsible Lending and Borrowing workstream.

The first, by Jodi, is entitled ‘The Challenges of Regulating High-Cost, Short-Term Credit: A Comparison of UK and Australian Approaches’

The second, by Jodi and Karen, is entitled: ‘Towards a ‘cost of credit’ cap in the UK: Lessons from Australia’.

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Banking for the Public Good

The accepted version of Andy Mullineux’s paper ‘Banking for the Public Good’ can be found here.