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Public Notice No. 7538 – The Torrington Telegram

Posted: August 13, 2020 at 1:47 pm

PUBLIC NOTICE

City of Torrington )County of Goshen )State of Wyoming )

The Torrington City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 in the City Council Chambers at 436 East 22nd Ave. at 7:00 p.m. Present: Mayor Adams, Council Members Hill, Kinney and Law. Also Present: Clerk/Treasurer Strecker, Attorney Eddington, Director of Public Works Harkins, Chief of Police Johnson, Building Official Estes and Deputy City Clerk Anaya.Mayor Adams called the meeting to order. Building Official Estes led the Pledge of Allegiance. Mayor Adams led the session with informational announcements on the following items: 1. Progress on projects within the City; 2. COVID-19 updates and recommendations; 3. Goshen County Fair/Parade updates and recommendations; 4. Goshen County School(s) opening updates; 5. Swimming Pool closing date (08-16-20); 6. Primary Election (08-18-20) reminder and City Council vacant seat update; 7. Request for continued community assistance with property maintenance efforts to keep up with hot temperatures and lack of moisture; and 8. Baler facility evening/weekend access to the grass/limb pile is now closed. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the consent agenda which includes the minutes from the 07-21-20 Council meeting as published and all actions therein be ratified. Motion carried unanimously. Councilman Law moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried unanimously. Mayor Adams announced that Tom Milstead, Journalist with the Torrington Telegram, is leaving his current position to pursue a different job opportunity. The Mayor and Council wished him well on his future endeavor. Pastor Dale Harper with Journey Church requested approval of a special event permit for a Convoy of Hope Food Give Away event to be held on 08-12-20 from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on East F Street (between 17th and 18th Avenue). Mayor Adams stated that the applicant is requesting that the special event permit fee be waived due to the nature of the event. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded to approve the special event permit and to waive the special event permit fee as presented. Motion carried unanimously.Clayton Kilgore with the Open Barrel Brewing Company requested approval of an open container permit for a Wedding Reception to be held on 09-05-20 from 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. The permitted area will be confined to a blocked off alley area behind the Open Barrel Brewing Company and Leitheads Appliance Center. Councilman Law moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the open container permit as presented. Motion carried unanimously.Attorney Eddington read Resolution No. 2020-11. Director of Public Works (DPW) Harkins stated that the resolution authorizes the submission of a Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) application for a Level III Project. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded to approve Resolution No. 2020-11 as presented. Motion carried unanimously.Director of Public Works (DPW) Harkins presented for approval a notice of termination for Airport Hangar No. 2C. He stated that for considerable periods of time it has been noticed that no airplane is being stored within the hangar and commented that the airport has several individuals that are requesting hangar space, therefore City staff finds it necessary to terminate the existing airport hangar rental agreement between the City of Torrington and Jerry Nash. Merv Mecklenburg, the attorney representing Mr. Nash, addressed the Mayor and Council. He presented the Mayor and Council with a letter written on behalf of the General Manager of Natrona Avionics Casper Air Service, LLC. Mr. Mecklenburg explained that there has not been an airplane being stored within the hangar because Mr. Nashs airplane is currently being repaired and has been at the Natrona Avionics repair site for the last 13 months. He also pointed out to the Mayor and Council that the letter specifically states that the delivery of the aircraft is way behind schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jerry Nash addressed the Mayor and Council. He stated that the hangar is valuable to him as he is planning to use that space as a base of operations for a charter service. Mr. Nash indicated that there are several items that he has to complete in order to be able to properly establish the service and commented that his hands are currently tied until his airplane is fully repaired and in his possession again. He asked the Mayor and Council to give him some consideration and to allow him some time to resolve his situation. Councilwoman Hill requested that Mr. Nash compile a checklist of all of the items that need to be completed (with estimated completion dates) in order to establish the charter service that he is proposing to present to the Mayor and Council at the 08-18-20 Council meeting for further consideration. Councilwoman Hill moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to table the request to terminate the rental agreement for Airport Hangar No. 2C between the City of Torrington and Jerry Nash and to reconsider the request at the 08-18-20 Council meeting. Motion carried unanimously. The bills from 07-22-20 to 08-04-20 were presented for payment. Councilman Law moved and Councilman Kinney seconded to approve the bills for payment as presented. Motion carried unanimously. Mayor Adams asked for public comments, questions or concerns. Airport Manager Richey addressed the Mayor and Council. He expressed his concerns with Mr. Nashs charter service proposal and asked the Mayor and Council to take the high demand for hangar space into consideration prior to making a final decision on the pending Airport Hangar No. 2C matter. Councilman Kinney moved and Councilwoman Hill seconded that there being no further business to come before the Mayor and Council to adjourn at 7:49 p.m. Motion carried unanimously. The following bills were approved for payment: 68911 MCI A VERIZON CO long distance/911 call backs 21.70;68912 PAUL REED CONSTRUCTION & SUPPL INC. West C Street Water Rehab Project 81277.95;68913 SOUTH TORRINGTON WATER & SEWER DISTRICT museum-water/sewer 188.63;68914 VERIZON WIRELESS cell phones, data-tablets/laptops, cameras 1477.88;68915 WY DEPT OF REVENUE sales tax 20433.52;68916 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS retirement 63360.48;68917 STANDARD INSURANCE CO premium-long term disability 2071.74;68918 21ST CENTURY EQUIPMENT LLC filler gas cap 18.67;68919 AED EVERYWHERE INC. defib electrode pads 94.60;68920 ACTION INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO work boots 1079.92;68921 BLOEDORN LUMBER CO-TORRINGTON nipples, couplings, brooms, dust pans, hand cleaner, nozzle, tees, adapters, elbows, bolt snaps, hose, bushing, dog-shingles, sawzall blade, hand trowel, ss clamps, extension cord, hem firs, water test gauge, ball valve, screws, power bits, tappers, fender washers, wood seats, flag kit 512.64;68922 BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC. bolts, air fresheners, bee/ant/termite foam, oil, fans, cat litter, puppy chow, magnetic tray, drill bit, hex socket adapter 530.57;68923 BORDER STATES INDUSTRIES INC. insulated brown duck bibs/clevis, deadend arms, current transformers, wire, gloves, cutouts, meter/mains, arrestors, conduit, socket, bolts, insulators, couplers, jacket, ammeter/cases 8228.58;68924 CITYSERVICEVALCON LLC jet fuel, aviation gas, Phillips 66 terminal maint fee 19446.93; 68925 CIVICPLUS INC. website annual fees 8750.00;68926 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ambulance supplies 81.40;68927 CONTRACTORS MATERIALS INC. walk behind saw, water tank kit, fuel cans, paint 7785.00; 68928 CORTZ INC. pen o-ring/seal assy 49.59;68929 ALYSSA MARIE COULSON Court Appointed Attorney 130.00;68930 COWBOY CLINIC & URGENT CARE pre-employment physical 75.00;68931 CROELL REDI-MIX INC. FY20 Chip Seal Placement 83544.12;68932 CULLIGAN WATER OF TORRINGTON dispenser rentals, salt, water 303.00;68933 D A R E alcohol/tobacco compliance checks 380.00;68934 DALE'S TIRE & RETREADING warranty tire repair 42.52;68935 DECKER, STEVE paint, sand, herbicide, insecticide, t-rex growth regulator 5537.35;68936 DH PACE CO INC. shackle 57.05;68937 DPC INDUSTRIES INC. sodium hypo 2997.95;68938 NORTHERN EXPOSURE COMPUTER CENTER ribbons-zxp series 1 79.98;68939 EATON, KELLY DEAN service call 168.75;68940 ELECTRO-TEST & MAINT INC. substation-oil processing/ new baseline testing, SVR control repl 15711.11;68941 EMPIRE IMPORTS INC. binders 516.62;68942 ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS & ACCES vactor HD elbow w/ light bracket 1359.11;68943 FASTENAL CO batteries, antibacterial soap, air filters, chlorine bleach 193.45;68944 dba POLLARDWATER pressure/flow gauge 331.80;68945 FRITZLER, LARRY & DEBORAH pump septic tanks 303.00;68946 FUEL MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS CP testing-airport fuel tanks 721.00;68947 G & L CONCRETE concrete 2733.75;68948 GOSHEN CO WEED & PEST bee/ant chemical 18.01;68949 HARRINGTON INDUSTRIAL PLASTICS tubes 91.19;68950 HAWKINS INC. sodium hydrox 50% diaphragm 2439.37;68951 USABLUEBOOK hydrant hose valve assy 115.67;68952 IDEAL LINEN/BLUFFS FACILITY SOLUTION sam linen for towels 13.30;68953 INDEPENDENT PLUMBING & HEATING INC. faucet 117.05;68954 INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTORS flat washers, wasp/hornet spray 130.77;68955 INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL ICC Government Membership 145.00;68956 JERRY'S ELECTRIC transformer 12100.00;68957 KATH BROADCASTING CO LLC tower rent 75.00;68958 KETCHUM MANUF CO INC. dog/cat tags, s hooks 242.53;68959 LIFEMED SAFETY INC. preventative maint 920.00;68960 LONG II, DEREK J. tree spraying 2228.00;68961 MARTIN MARIETTA MATERIALS coarse/road base 139.64;68962 MOOREHOUSE INC. sprinkler heads 48.00;68963 MYRON L CO sensor, pH/ORP, ultrameters 438.00;68964 NEWMAN SIGNS INC. signs 272.53;68965 NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS INC. stat rods, poly/pipe, tees, adapter 1236.06; 68966 O'REILLY AUTO ENTERPRISES LLC seat/bed covers, wiper motor, oil filters, wiper fluid, impact wrench, radiator cap, flush kit/cleaner 385.05;68967 JSJJ LLC birthday gift cards 110.00;68968 OFFICE OF STATE LANDS & INVEST CWSF/DWSRF loan payments 52555.62;68969 ONSOLVE LLC annual subscription for Code RED service 7500.00;68970 ENVIRO SERVICES INC. lab analysis 60.00;68971 THE L L JOHNSON DIST CO heat seal, gasket cover/head, belts, bearings, shaft-ptos, flange bushings 953.48;68972 PORT-A-POTS BY TDS INC. stationary units 229.58;68973 PRAIRIE PELLA WY LLC locking hardware repl, service repair/repl 178.26;68974 PRINT EXPRESS INC. business cards, name plates, ups 460.09;68975 R & R PRODUCTS INC. reel-blades 1351.50;68976 WY AIRPORT SERVICES LLC air fuel 593.46;68977 WY AIRPORT SERVICES LLC Airport Operator Contract 1666.67;68978 SAM'S CLUB/SYCHRONY BANK antibacterial soap, envelopes, coffee 157.86;68979 VALLEY MOTOR SUPPLY radiator cap, batteries, glow plug, air/oil filters, brake pads, turn brake rotors, drill bit, wiper blades, gasket marker, brake kit, oil seal, hoses/fittings 789.57;68980 SMITTY'S REPAIR SERVICE oxygen exchange 32.62;68981 DBC IRRIGATION SUPPLY sprinklers/heads 2516.90;68982 HIGH PLAINS FIRE PROTECTION semi-annual fire sprinkler inspections 325.00;68983 TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL LLC weed killer 455.50;68984 TIMBERLINE ELECTRIC & CONTROL CORP phone support/remote dial in fee 162.00;68985 TITAN MACHINERY-GILLETTE sprocket-conv dr, chain-pelican conveyor, conv driven spro 119.68;68986 TORRINGTON EMPLOYEES INSURANCE select flex contributions 2400.00;68987 TORRINGTON FIRE DEPT professional services 633.33;68988 TORRINGTON OFFICE SUPPLY return, ink/toner cartridges, waste receptacle paper liners, ledger sheets, disinfecting wipes, mop refills, pens, highlighters, receipt books, binder clips, folder fasteners, flags, manilla folders, copy paper, envelopes, printable multi-purpose cards, file jackets, 2-hole punched copy paper 1324.40;68989 TRANE U.S. INC. service agreement-heating/cooling system 3175.37;68990 TRIHYDRO CORP 2020 WWTP Pre-Treatment Project 30993.97;68991 TRI STATE OIL RECLAIMERS INC. used oil 45.00;68992 ARTS & CRAFTS CENTER police decals 80.00;68993 CENTURYLINK TVFD phone, data lines 1607.60;68994 GRAINGER reducing tees, odor eliminator, hand sanitizer, marking paint 198.62;68995 WAMCO LAB INC. full chronic toxicity test, ceripdaphnia/fathead minnow survival & growth 1900.00;68996 WEST WINDS TREE SERVICE tree trimming 38000.00;68997 WY ASSOC RURAL WATER member registration 395.00;68998 RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS OF WY 1st aid kit supplies 333.25;68999 WY MACHINERY elements, filters, gaskets, studs, nuts, turbo GP base, core charge, olive, hose, repairs 2980.28;69000 WY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS Torr Vol EMT Pension 56.25;69001 ZELL HEATING & COOLING LLC after hours call 120.00;69002 REID, MAX credit refund 10.95;69003 FRIEDLAN, JOHN mule tires/wheels 150.00;69004 AFLAC payroll withholding 439.92;69005 CITY OF TORRINGTON payroll withholding 853.11;69006 DENT, DAVID A. Golf Pro Payable 5229.20;69007 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY payroll withholding 235.97;69008 GOSHEN CO DISTRICT COURT CLERK payroll withholding 100.00;69009 GREAT-WEST TRUST CO LLC payroll withholding 2536.00;69010 NEW YORK LIFE payroll withholding 369.37Public Notice No. 7538 published in the Torrington Telegram on August 14, 2020.

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U.S. Pest Protection Inaugural Pest Control Service Center in the Expanding Murfreesboro, TN; Experiencing Growth Amid Pandemic – Murfreesboro Post

Posted: August 12, 2020 at 2:56 pm

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. Pest Protection has opened a pest control service location in Murfreesboro, Tennessee amidst the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and nationwide economic struggles for small businesses.

The new U.S. Pest Murfreesboro location is located in the newly constructed and modern Fountains at Gateway business complex in Murfreesboro, located approximately 25 miles outside of the downtown metro Nashville area.

U.S. Pest is a privately-owned, family-run business based out of Middle Tennessee that has branch locations in Hendersonville, Gallatin, Nashville, Commercial Pest Office in Nashville, and now a Murfreesboro.

Increased demand for pest control services in the Tennessee market has created a quickly expanding U.S. Pest; pest control and termite service are moving into new areas of Middle Tennessee as the city's experiences growth during the COVID-19 pandemic.

At the beginning of this pandemic, Pest Control was considered an essential service in the month of March 2020. U.S. Pest is seen as a beacon in the local communities that it serves due to the continued operations to protect public health and the community. Our pest professionals understand the importance of pest control and their role in protecting our customers and public health.

President of U.S. Pest, Erica Brister, continues to stress the importance of a safe, socially distanced environment in the office workplace and in the service treatment protocol for our field professionals. Our pest professionals continue to practice the recommended CDC guidelines and wear the appropriate PPE for, both, the protection of our employees and customers.

"We are very fortunate to work for an organization and brand that is growing and successfully continuing to expand," said Erica Brister. "We are excited to announce the opening of our new service office location in Murfreesboro, TN in order to serve the surrounding greater Murfreesboro area."

The new U.S. Pest Murfreesboro location will expand service areas into other local surrounding towns such as Beechgrove, Bell Buckle, Christiana, Eagleville, Manchester, McMinnville, Shelbyville, Smithville, Woodbury, and more.

If you live in the Greater Murfreesboro Area of Tennessee and need a great pest control provider, contact U.S. Pest today! Call 615-801-8787 or visit uspest.com.

Erica Brister & U.S. Pest ProtectionPhone: 615-590-1260Email: Erica@uspest.com

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Insect Pest Control Industry Sales, Supply and Consumption 2020 Analysis and Forecasts to 2026 – Bulletin Line

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New Study ReportsInsect Pest ControlMarket 2020 Global Market Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2026 has been Added on WiseGuyReports.

Introduction/Report Summary:

This report provides in depth study of Insect Pest Control Market using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Insect Pest Control Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

Insect pest control is the regulation or management of a species defined as a pest, a member of the animal kingdom that impacts adversely on human activities. The human response depends on the importance of the damage done, and will range from tolerance, through deterrence and management, to attempts to completely eradicate the pest. Pest control measures may be performed as part of an integrated pest management strategyThe chemical control method was largely used for insect pest control in 2017 due to the significant demand for pyrethroids for its limited application rate and compatibility against a variety of insects. Termite control, on the basis of insect type, accounted for the largest share in 2017 owing to its higher demand in industrial and residential sectors for pre- & post-construction treatment and wooden house treatment, respectively.North America accounted for the largest share in 2017 due to its significant growing demand in both commercial and residential applications. The Asia Pacific is projected to be the fastest-growing region from 2018 to 2023 due to the stringent need for commercial establishments and industrial sectors (such as food processing, food service industries, and tourism sectors) to comply with pest control regulations within their premises.

Drivers and Constraints

The fundamental dynamics that are explored in the report hold substantial influence over the Insect Pest Controlmarket. The report further studies on the value, volume trends, and the pricing history of the market. In addition to it, various growth factors, restraints, and opportunities are also analyzed for the market to study the in-depth understanding of the market.

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Key Players

The report has profiled some of the Important players prevalent in the global like BASF, Bayer, FMC,Syngenta,Sumitomo ChemicalAdamaRentokil InitialEcolabRollinsTerminixArrow ExterminatorsEnsystex and more.

This report covers the sales volume, price, revenue, gross margin, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, intermediaries, customers, historical growth and future perspectives in the Insect Pest Control.

Market Segmentation based On Type, Application and Region:

The global Insect Pest Control is analyzed for different segments to arrive at an insightful analysis. Such segmentation has been done based on type, application, and region.

Based on Type, the global Insect Pest Control Market is segmented into Chemical Control, Physical Control, Biological Control and other

Based on Application,the Insect Pest Control Market is segmented into Commercial & industrial, Residential, Livestock farms, and Others.

Based on Detailed Regional Analysis,the regional segmentation has been carried out for regions of U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Mexico, and Brazil, etc. Key regions covered in the report are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. The report on WGR includes an in-depth study of the Insect Pest Control in each regional segment mentioned above.

Key StakeholdersInsect Pest Control Market ManufacturersInsect Pest Control Market Distributors/Traders/WholesalersInsect Pest Control Market Subcomponent ManufacturersIndustry AssociationDownstream Vendors

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1 Study Coverage1.1 Insect Pest Control Product Introduction1.2 Market Segments1.3 Key Insect Pest Control Manufacturers Covered: Ranking by Revenue1.4 Market by Type1.4.1 Global Insect Pest Control Market Size Growth Rate by Type1.4.2 Chemical Control1.4.3 Physical Control1.4.4 Biological Control1.4.5 Other1.5 Market by Application1.5.1 Global Insect Pest Control Market Size Growth Rate by Application1.5.2 Commercial & industrial1.5.3 Residential1.5.4 Livestock farms1.5.5 Others1.6 Study Objectives1.7 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary2.1 Global Insect Pest Control Market Size, Estimates and Forecasts2.1.1 Global Insect Pest Control Revenue 2015-20262.1.2 Global Insect Pest Control Sales 2015-20262.2 Global Insect Pest Control, Market Size by Producing Regions: 2015 VS 2020 VS 20262.2.1 Global Insect Pest Control Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-20202.2.2 Global Insect Pest Control Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2020

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11 Company Profiles11.1 BASF11.1.1 BASF Corporation Information11.1.2 BASF Description and Business Overview11.1.3 BASF Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)11.1.4 BASF Insect Pest Control Products Offered11.1.5 BASF Related Developments11.2 Bayer11.2.1 Bayer Corporation Information11.2.2 Bayer Description and Business Overview11.2.3 Bayer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)11.2.4 Bayer Insect Pest Control Products Offered11.2.5 Bayer Related Developments11.3 FMC11.3.1 FMC Corporation Information11.3.2 FMC Description and Business Overview11.3.3 FMC Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)11.3.4 FMC Insect Pest Control Products Offered11.3.5 FMC Related Developments11.4 Syngenta11.4.1 Syngenta Corporation Information11.4.2 Syngenta Description and Business Overview11.4.3 Syngenta Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)11.4.4 Syngenta Insect Pest Control Products Offered11.4.5 Syngenta Related Developments

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Peter Okoye enjoys a meal of termites, reveals other insects he loves eating – Legit

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- Singer Peter Okoye recently left fans surprised after sharing a picture of his meal

- The former Psquare star enjoyed a robust plate of termites

- Several fans and followers were spotted reacting in his comment section

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Former Psquare member Peter Okoye aka Mr P appears to be among those who have an exotic taste bud and this was proven by a recent post he shared on social media.

The music star took his fans and followers on Instagram by surprise after sharing a video clip showing a large plate of properly cooked termites that he was about to devour.

According to Mr P, he grew up in the northern part of Nigeria and as such he always had the meal which is locally known as chinge.

"See what Im eating! Termites (Chinge) Aku, Esunsun. I grew up in tha North and I love it so much!" the singer wrote in his caption.

Interestingly, the star singer also revealed that grasshopper is another insect that he loves eating.

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Upon sharing the clip, fans and followers were seen in the comment section reacting to the post.

Those who are familiar with the meal could not stop gushing.

Peter Okoye enjoys a meal of termites. Photo: Intagram/@peterpsquareSource: Instagram

Read comments below:

ekellybeatz: "Chaiii I know sey if them bring you peppered shrimps now you go throway... Shinge for the win."

wondy_great: "This is a true definition of you fit take me from the street but you no fit take street from me. Can't remember the last time I tasted it. I hail Mr P."

chukwugozie011: "Very tasty, you are enjoying."

mmiri.mma: "Yummy yummy."

There were other fans who did not find the meal enticing.

Read comments from them below:

mikaidesupastar: "So people dey eat this and most they Talk about Chinese people like that...Eeeii."

shehidusman: "Wow I don't think I can eat is thing."

acee_nwanne: "You're eating poison o."

shay_life10: "OmG what's this you want to bring back corona ? not again, please."

Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that the singer dished out relationship advice to his male followers on social media.

Mr P disclosed that he met his wife 18 years ago and he had nothing to his name then. He told men that it is not every woman that is a slay mama.

The singer advised fellow men to pick a lady and make her the way they want.

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Cameroon cancels logging plan that threatened rare apes – Devdiscourse

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Cameroon has backtracked on a decision to allow industrial logging in one of the region's least exploited rainforests, home to rare gorillas, tool-wielding chimpanzees and giant frogs. The latest government decree overturns one signed in July that would have permitted timber extraction across 68,385 hectares (264 sq miles), or nearly half, of southwestern Cameroon's Ebo forest, following an outcry from conservation groups and local communities.

Logging would have destroyed the habitat of a small population of gorillas that may be a new subspecies and threatened chimpanzees known for both cracking nuts and fishing for termites, according to Global Wildlife Conservation. Without giving a reason for the U-turn, the office of Prime Minister Joseph Ngute said in a statement on Tuesday that he had been instructed by President Paul Biya to reverse the earlier decree allowing logging.

It also said Biya had ordered a delay to plans to reclassify a separate 65,000 hectares of Ebo, a move that could have opened it up to loggers. Conservationists, researchers and local groups have repeatedly urged the Cameroonian government to suspend plans for the two long-term logging concessions in Ebo, which is also the ancestral home of more than 40 local communities.

On Wednesday, Greenpeace Africa greeted the authorities' apparent change of heart with cautious relief. "The government of Cameroon seems to have suspended logging plans," it said in an emailed statement. "The fate of Ebo forest - the communities dependent on it and the wildlife that live in it - still remains unclear."

Ebo's mountain slopes and river valleys also host at least 12 plant species that cannot be found anywhere else on the planet as well as the endangered Goliath Frog, a shy, cat-sized amphibian that builds pools for its tadpoles out of rocks.

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Growth of Biological Pest Control Market has been derived from the growing CAGR 2020-2028 – The Daily Chronicle

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The prominent players covered in this report: BASF, Bayer, Rentokil, Ecolab, Syngenta, FMC Corporation, Rollins, Terminix, Bell Laboratories, Dow Chemical

The market is segmented into By Product Type (Insects, Termites) , By Application (Commercial, Industrial)

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Are more pests popping up because of the COVID-19 pandemic? – KVUE.com

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A Central Texas pest control company said new customer calls are up 20% this year, and the CDC has a page on their website discussing rodent control during COVID-19.

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You know what they say: everything is bigger in Texas. Sometimes, that includes the rats.

But are rodents starting to pop up more because of the COVID-19 pandemic?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a page on its website titled "Rodent Control." It says that since rodents rely on the food generated by restaurants and other commercial establishments currently closed to help limit the spread of COVID-19, "Some jurisdictions have reported an increase in rodent activity as rodents search for new sources of food. Environmental health and rodent control programs may see an increase in service requests related to rodents and reports of unusual or aggressive rodent behavior."

What one Central Texas resident has seen

Pflugerville resident Jodie Alston grew up in Central Texas, graduated from Pflugerville High School and recently found herself back in the area after leaving for a few years. She's used to Texas-sized rodents.

"Everything that is crawling and frying in Texas, I'm used to it," Alston told KVUE on Monday.

She said she's lived in her Pflugerville home in the Edgewater neighborhood for around a year now and started seeing rats in her yard back in mid-July.

"Having family here for over 30 years, weve not encountered rats to this size and this volume that just will not go away. Theres nothing you can do to stop them," Alston said.

Alston sent KVUE nine photos of rats that she has trapped in her yard. But she estimates she's caught around 20 since she first started seeing them.

"I wake up, I go do my three-mile walk and I clean up all the dead rats in my yard," Alston said.

She contacted pest control and they provided her with a bait box, a black box with holes in it that holds a sort of poison for rats. But after two weeks, she said the problem continued.

"They continued to come, night after night," Alston said.

She pointed out that she knows her fence line runs right up to an open field and is next to Timmerman Elementary School, so she's aware some pests will be out and about. But she believes the impacts from the pandemic could be playing a role in why the rodents are running rampant.

"The kids havent been at school, we havent had football games, so these trash dumpsters are empty. Theyre looking for food, theyre looking for water so now theyre going to try to penetrate our homes," Alston said.

She said her goal is to raise awareness for her neighbors and others who may experience the same issue.

"I love my neighborhood, and I would hate to see the neighborhood dogs or cats or even kids playing outside be bitten by these disease-stricken rodents, Alston said.

What experts say

X Out Pest Control has been around in Central Texas for 17 years, so the company's employees have seen their fair share of rodents.

Danny Vasquez, a manager for X Out Pest Control, said it's difficult to definitively say the pandemic is the ultimate cause for a potential rise in rodents, but it's a possibility.

"With everybody being home now due to COVID-19 ... everybody wants to feel more comfortable and safe in their homes," Vasquez said.

He added that calls from new customers are up 20% this year and that they're getting all sorts of calls for service.

Right now when were getting calls, were getting wildlife, rodent calls or people get raccoons in their attics right now. Its just so sporadic," Vasquez said. "[A] lot of places are closed down now, so, you know, nobodys really having any bug issues if you arent there."

Nathan Metting, a service technician for X Out Pest Control who specializes in pests, termites and wildlife, also said businesses and schools closing could potentially cause some increase.

"With businesses, schools and anything that is commercial-wise being closed, that doesn't have a lot of trash taken out," Metting said. "Especially restaurants that might've shut down that would've had a big rat population come around, they probably might migrate elsewhere, going to more rural areas or residential communities given that everyone's home taking out more trash."

If you're experiencing a rodent problem, Metting recommends using a bait box.

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Termite Treatment Chemical Products Market Size, Share, Segmentation, Business Growth, Top Key Players, Analysis, Opportunities and Forecast to 2027 -…

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New Jersey, United States,- Market Research Intellect has added the latest research on the Termite Treatment Chemical Products Market which offers a concise outline of the market valuation, industry size, SWOT analysis, revenue approximation, and the regional outlook of this business vertical. The report precisely features the key opportunities and challenges faced by contenders of this industry and presents the existing competitive setting and corporate strategies enforced by the Termite Treatment Chemical Products market players.

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Terminix Hit With $2 Million Punitive Damages in Alabama Trial – Yahoo Finance

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Leaves Door Open for Similar Results for Other Alabama Homeowners

MOBILE, AL / ACCESSWIRE / August 10, 2020 / The American Arbitration Association just delivered the latest arbitral award from an Alabama fraud trial against Terminix held in Daphne in June. Unfortunately for Terminix, but great for Alabama homeowners, the $3,800,000.00+ price tag includes $2 million in punitive damages to punish the company, and aspects of this case promise even more trouble in Alabama heading toward the pest control giant.

The case, tried by Campbell Law PC, proved that Terminix had NEVER treated properties with the liquid barrier that were part of their "Dual Defend" or "Dual Barrier" contracts. NEVER - even after state regulators ordered Terminix to do so. Also, Terminix's entomology expert admitted that the half of the treatment that Terminix did provide (a baiting system) was a less effective means of termite protection.

The ruling has far-reaching implications:Because this was found to be a systemic and repeated fraud by Terminix, the company cannot re-litigate this fact in future cases, making future trials easier.Fraud nullifies any contractual limitations on tort remedies, so thousands of Alabama homeowners who have termite damage Terminix's Dual control contracts can recover for their own property damage, mental anguish, consequential damages and punitive damages with fraud already established.

Large punitive damage awards are not taken lightly by judges and arbitrators in AL. In this case, the arbitrator said such a penalty was "necessary based upon the significant evidence presented at the hearing showing a systematic and repeated pattern by Terminix of failing to comply with its contractual and regulatory duties."

Campbell, nicknamed "Termite Tom" after decades of litigating against Terminix, explained that the decision by Terminix's general counsel and execs to "thumb their noses at state regulators sealed its fate."

Campbell Law PC maintains offices in Mobile and Birmingham, Alabama, and routinely represents homeowners and businesses that have termite damage because their termite companies failed to provide the termite prevention and inspection services correctly. They work to help nationwide.

Tom Campbell and Chris Cochran are also available for in-person or remote interviews: 205-278-6650.

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In six years, Indias ties with other South Asian countries have frayed, providing China with an opening – The Indian Express

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Written by Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury | Updated: August 12, 2020 8:58:08 amFrom Indira Gandhi to Atal Bihari Vajpayee to Manmohan Singh, all prime ministers have stressed that the more stable and cordial our relationship with our neighbours, the more sustained will be our progress. (Illustration by C R Sasikumar)

So, did China transgress into our territory? The Ministry of Defence first tells us it did, puts it on record with specific dates and details, then pulls the information down from its website the next day. Either the MoD got the facts wrong or was told to pull it down, especially after the prime minister told an all-party meeting that no one had either come in or is on Indian territory. As we wait for an explanation that may never come, one thing is clear: There is confusion in our diplomacy with China, which remains determined to push its boundaries.

We are caught in what strategic experts call the Thucydides Trap the condition that war is likely if a new power feels threatened by the rise of another. That term, from ancient Greece for the tension between Athens and Sparta, as enunciated by Thucydides, is commonly used for US-China relations but can be easily transposed to India versus China.

For, there is a disconnect between what Beijing says and what it does. It kept calling the situation stable and controllable as 20 of our soldiers were martyred. Our PM and defence minister visited Ladakh and addressed the nation from there but we havent heard one word from Chinese President Xi Jinping. He has left it to his Foreign office spokespersons to respond.

Opinion | Standing up to China will require not only matching its military might but also economic prowess

Diplomacy with Beijing, as many countries have realised, is as credible as dry water or wooden iron. So it wont be a surprise if the Chinese withdrawal from Galwan and other points of friction is accompanied by permanent occupation in Depsang and Pangong Tso.

Therein lies the crux of the problem it is about much more than China. China isnt interested in nibbling away some land along the Line of Actual Control, it wants its footprints in the entire region.

Its more than an accident of geography that India shares her borders with all other South Asian nations. No other South Asian countries, except Afghanistan and Pakistan, share a border with any other South Asian nation.

This is our asset and the value of this asset is determined by our neighbours and our investment in the relationship with them. In May 2014, amid pomp and grandeur, hype and hoopla, newly-elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited the heads of all the SAARC countries for his swearing-in ceremony. Look where we are now, merely six years down the road. That sense of camaraderie has evaporated. What was presented as a strong signal of regional solidarity is faint and flickering.

China is an overwhelming presence in each of our neighbouring countries. When the prime minister warned against expansionism, the irony wasnt lost on many Chinas expansionism in the region is directly proportional to the deterioration of our relationship with our neighbours. Our neighbours, including Nepal, are all young emerging democracies developing new institutions but they find a growing appeal in the authoritarian paradigm of Beijing than Indias democratic one.

Opinion | How India responds to Chinas expansionistic tendencies will have ramifications for the world

It was the late Indira Gandhi who said: The nations of our region can prosper only by treating one another as sovereign equals. She said that friendship does not mean identical views but a basic framework of respect based on equality and trust in which there is sympathy for each others difficulties. This was behind former Prime Minister I K Gujrals doctrine, too, in which India made unilateral concessions to neighbouring countries with regard to trade and travel without expecting reciprocal treatment. Over decades, even by cleaving through the wall of our adversities, we have been accumulating trust and goodwill among our neighbours. That is now being frittered away.

Almost all our neighbours now nurse grudges.

Never in our contemporary history has Nepal gone down such an acrimonious path. With our only neighbouring Hindu country, the spiritual link is frayed over a dispute related to 400 sq km of Indian territory at Kala Pani. So much so that Nepal is even asking for a review of the 1947 agreement on Gurkhas.

Opinion |Sanctions by India alone will hardly sting China. Theres a need to think beyond trade barriers

The flashpoint came on May 8, the day the 80-km road was inaugurated by the defence minister. But the New Delhi-Kathmandu chill set in since the blockade of 2015, when China saw an opportunity and rushed in. Since May 8, we have seen a sudden upsurge of hostility with Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli openly adversarial; Nepal border guards firing upon Indian residents; Kathmandu staying away from the multilateral BIMSTEC counterterrorism exercise; refusing to accept the US-sponsored Millenium Challenge Cooperation Grant which was supposed to upgrade Nepals electricity transmission system and connect it to the Indian power grid. We all know that the Chinese envoy in Kathmandu is proactive, intervening to resolve the internal bickering of the ruling Communist party to bring stability.

Take Bangladesh, a country that called the bluff of Jinnahs two-nation theory, its war of liberation fought by both Hindus and Muslims for a distinct cultural and linguistic identity. That revolution, led by Bangabandhu Mujibur Rahman, had the full support of the Indian people. I know what that history means, I am an MP from Murshidabad. My district has 71 lakh people, 66 per cent of whom are Muslims and 33 per cent Hindus. In absolute terms, it has the largest Muslim concentration in the country. I insisted and was successful in persuading my colleague Pranab Mukherjee to contest the Lok Sabha election from my district. Pranab da was dithering but the people overwhelmingly voted for him in the 2004 general election and he won. It is a fact that despite fervent calls by M A Jinnah, the Muslim population of the district never desired to move to Pakistan and no communal riots occurred here during Partition.

This same Muslim population is now fearful of the new citizenship law, the NRC and the NPR this trinity puts their existence at stake, that is the refrain. Where do they go if they cant pass the test? This concern reverberates in Bangladesh. No less a person than the Union Home Minister said that illegal migrants will be picked up like termites and thrown away. Where? India has assured Bangladesh that the NRC is an internal issue but the tone of domestic politics where Bangladeshi Muslims are painted as arch enemies eroding India have set off deep disquiet in Dhaka.

We should not forget that since 2009, when Sheikh Hasina assumed power in Bangladesh, she has waged a zero-tolerance campaign against terrorist outfits inimical to India. Bangladesh is burdened with more than 10 lakh Rohingya refugees and yet there is simmering discontent about its relations with India. The foreign minister of Bangladesh cancelled his visit. PM Modi was invited to the inaugural ceremony of Mujib Borso (Mujibur Rahmans centennial birth anniversary) but that was cancelled in the wake of the corona pandemic. The purported visit was vehemently opposed by various organisations in Bangladesh, much to the discomfiture of India. Certainly, these arent good signs and there is a fear that China is waiting to rush in.

Opinion |Anxiety in China stems from the CPCs insecurity

We need to explore innovative long-term efficacious and durable initiatives to mend fences in the neighbourhood and provide them with the comfort to look beyond the sphere of Chinese influence.

Some of the low-hanging fruit that can be plucked: BBIN (Bangla, Bhutan, India, Nepal) signed a motor vehicles agreement which should be speedily implemented; the India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway needs a renewed push; medical tourism, education, arts and culture the entire thrust of soft power can be used to generate and renew connections between the aspirational youth of all the countries.

From Indira Gandhi to Atal Bihari Vajpayee to Manmohan Singh, all prime ministers have stressed that the more stable and cordial our relationship with our neighbours, the more sustained will be our progress. At a time when the pandemic has forced us to retreat behind walls, we need to look back and take lessons from history so that we can forge a more peaceful future for the young generation in not only our country but the entire region.

This article first appeared in the print edition on August 12 under the title Mending Fences with Neighbors. Chowdhury is leader of the Congress in Lok Sabha and chairperson, Public Accounts Committee

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