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Communities reevaluate disaster plans

KIMT News 3 – Floyd County officials are doing some extra planning so their communities are ready when disaster strikes. They are updating their multi-hazard mitigation plan in hopes of reducing disaster loss and damage. 105 more words


Hitting the buffers

The best laid schemes o’ mice and men, gang aft agley.

- Robert Burns

Well the plans were laid, the buffers were set, and then two meetings emerged that fully occupied my Tuesday… 109 more words


One week left to move

I’m getting close to my moving date and things are falling into order. I still have a few transfers and address changes to make, but I think I can get them out of the way before the weekend. 160 more words



I’ve been quiet, lately. Thinking.

There’s so much that I want to do, and I do feel overwhelmed by it all, even as I start to find my way to take it slower, to say “No, not right now.” The world seems to be opening up beautifully around me, with so much promise and joy. 318 more words


EdTech 537: Pre-Plan for Extended Blogging

I have been trying to think about how a blogging plan could really work for me.  I wanted to be consistent with my theme and yet be truly functional.  230 more words


Mining needs to invest more in L&D Programs

A large international accounting firm recently announced the results of its analysis of the Australian mining sector and, in short, basically said that we’re still in the ‘boom’ (albeit at the tail end of it) but that we’ve moved from a situation where there was a BIG fight to hire enough skilled staff to do the job, to making sure that they got as much as possible from the established workforce (and other resources) to stay competitive and provide a return to their investors. 57 more words