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IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK:
WHEREAS, Hurricane Sandy has caused extraordinary damage and disruption in the New York City metropolitan area, including, but not limited to, widespread power and utility outages in New York City, extensive transportation problems created by closure of the New York City mass transportation systems, dislocation of New York City residents, and other related delays such as the inaccessibility of the United States Courthouse in Manhattan,
WHEREAS, it is currently unclear when the United States Courthouse in Manhattan will again be accessible,
WHEREAS, current transportation restrictions render it difficult and in some cases impossible for individuals to travel to the Courthouse,
IT IS ORDERED, pursuant to Fed. R. Crim. P. 45(a) (3) and (b) (l), that all deadlines in any pending criminal cases that would otherwise expire under the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure or any statute, rule, or order are extended until Monday, November 5, 2012, or until such time as specified in a further order of the Court.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, pursuant to Fed. R. Crim. P. 45 (a) (3) and (b) (1) and Section 3161 (h) (7) (A) of Title 18, United States Code, that all deadlines in any pending criminal cases requiring action by a grand jury are further extended until November 12, 2012, or until such time as specified in a further order of the Court, and that the ends of justice served by granting this continuance outweigh the interests of the public and any criminal defendant in a speedy trial.
Dated: October 29, 2012
HONORABLE LORETTA A. PRESKA , CHIEF UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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October 31, 2012
To our customers impacted by Hurricane Sandy:
We understand that the full extent of the damage will not be fully understood for days, but we want you to know we are here to help.
Thomson Reuters is committed to helping customers affected by Hurricane Sandy restore their practices and businesses as soon as possible. To assist in the rebuilding effort, we’ve set up a dedicated hotline. If you have been displaced by the disaster, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-554-8909, ext. 43356, to let us know that you’re safe and what your needs are. When you’re ready to get back on your feet, we’re ready to help.
Thomson Reuters is committed and proud to stand with you throughout your process of recovery and rebuilding.
Very best wishes,
Included in the webcast will be the installation of Seymour W. James, Jr. as President and the presentation of the Root/Stimson Award.
Meeting of the House of Delegates
Webcast Live from The Bar Center in Albany
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Watch the NYSBA House of Delegates in action on Saturday, November 5 beginning at 9:30 a.m. by clickingwww.nysba.org/HODwebcast and choosing the November meeting from the left-hand menu.
As an exciting accompaniment to the live webcast, NYSBA Secretary David P. Miranda will be tweeting live from the House meeting. If you wish to follow NYSBA’s live tweets go www.twitter.com/nysba and follow NYSBA. You will need to register for a Twitter account if you do not already have one. To be part of the conversation use the hashtag #NovemberHOD (hashtags serve to keep all tweets about a specific topic together as one thread). Remember to mention @NYSBA as you retweet and discuss this event!
The Agriculture Disaster Program is available to assist farms and on-farm producers in New York State damaged by Hurricane Irene and/or Tropical Storm Lee. Many New York State farms sustained significant damage by the recent storms and existing aid is primarily focused on crops and soil conservation. Under this program, $4,175,000 is available to provide financial assistance toward projects replacing and installing a farm’s electric and natural gas distribution and use equipment and systems damaged during the storms in non-residential facilities.
Covered equipment includes pumps, compressors, lighting, HVAC, chillers, refrigeration, commercial washers and some natural gas (limited to 10% of total). Farm residences are not covered.
The funds will be dispensed on a first come first served basis. Limit is $100,000 per farm. The details are covered in the attached NYSERDA program description .
For our area:
Ready.gov – Resources and steps to take to protect yourself, your family and property.
Connecticut Office of Emergency Management
New Jersey Office of Emergency Management
(609) 538-6050 Monday-Friday
New York State Emergency Management Office
Disaster Planning for Pets