“It will be easier for us to implement this in this extremely important document for us when introducing changes to the GUP and PPU. We hope that at the beginning of next year we will have adopted the Historic Core Management Plan, which also relies on this background. A big step has been made and we are closer to resolving some future situations that we have seen happen in the recent past, and we hope that they will not happen again in the future with the implementation of this document.”, Said Mato Franković, Mayor of Dubrovnik. Photo: Ministry of Culture The Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia presented the document “Conservation base for the contact zone of the world good of the Old Town of Dubrovnik “. “We are aware that Dubrovnik has in fact already reached construction capacity, especially in this visible part of the common visibility with the world good. Therefore, it is necessary to make maximum professional efforts so that the further development of the city is in the interest of preserving the values for which it is inscribed on the World Heritage List. ”, said on this occasion Tomislav Petrinec, chief conservator at the Ministry of Culture and Media. It is a conservation basis for the extended buffer zone, ie the contact zone of the world good of the City of Dubrovnik. It is an area that is of interest in terms of preserving an acceptable environment of world heritage and in this area are controlled interventions that could affect the setting of world heritage. It has been expanded in relation to the originally established zone from 1994 and includes the area from Gruž Bay, ie Kantafig and Batahovina, all the way to Sveti Jakov, ie the position of Cape Orsula and the slope of Srđ. The Mayor of Dubrovnik, Mato Franković, thanked the Ministry of Culture and Media and all conservation departments in the Republic of Croatia for their dedicated work on this document. The conservation base is an expert document that will further be the basis for the City to amend, supplement or adopt spatial planning documentation, and will be submitted to UNESCO as a basis for further monitoring of the situation in space. He also pointed out that it was important to protect the space as much as possible, but at the same time get a document that will be alive, legible and unambiguous. It will also allow that in the future there will be no need to do a HIA (monumental heritage impact study) for each project except for large projects, while everything else will be covered through this conservation base.
Linda L. Colson, 75, Greensburg, Indiana, passed away on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at the Arbor Grove Village in Greensburg. Born January 13, 1944 in Dearborn County, Indiana, she was the daughter of James Davidson and Marjorie (Jenkins) Allgeier. Linda graduated from Sunman High School in 1962. She was an excellent cook and she started writing her own cookbook after learning how to use a computer. She made doughnuts for several years at the Marsh Store on Lincoln St., owned her own restaurant and bakery, decorated cakes, and was a 4H leader. She was a member of the Bethel Apostolic Church and the Eagles Auxiliary. She was married to Ray Colson on October 31, 1964 and he preceded her in death on March 8, 2001. She is survived by one son, Gary (Nenita) Colson, Greensburg; three daughters, Barbara (Richard) Niece, Greensburg, Jina Dickson, Rushville, Lisa (Daryl) Sublette, Westport; five brothers, Larry Davidson, Moores Hill, David Davidson, Milan, William Davidson, Moores Hill, Tim Davidson, Moores Hill, Greg (Tammy) Davidson, Milan; four sisters, Judy (George) Volz, Milan, Shirley Berry, Moores Hill, Marlene (Melvin) Honeycutt, Elrod, Susie (Richard) Van Dyke, Greensburg; nineteen grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband; one son, David Colson; four brothers, James Davidson, Pat Lazenby, Raymond Jenkins, Jerry Davidson; one great grandson, Taylor Colson. Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 11 to 1:00 p.m. at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg. Funeral Services will follow at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at the funeral home with Rev. Darrell Poling officiating. Interment will be held in the Rossburg Cemetery in New Point. Memorials may be made to the Greensburg Eagles Auxiliary. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
South champions St Marys will start as underdogs against north Tipps Kildangan.Marys defeated Clonoulty Rossmore in the county semi final while Kildangan defeated a fancied Drom Inch team in their semi final.Chairman of St Marys Noel Buckley says it promises to be an enthralling game Kildangan chairman Jim Gallagher told Tipp FM he feels there’s little between the teams and it should be an entertaining final.Throw in at The Ragg is at 2pm.
The winner and runner-up of each group will automatically advance to the knockout stage where 16 teams will compete for the title in a bracket style. The four third-place teams to accumulate the most points will also move on to the round of 16. We track the standings, schedule and results here:Group A standings, schedule, resultsTeamGames PlayedWins-Draws-LossesGoal DifferencePointsFrance33-0-069Norway32-0-136Nigeria31-0-2-23South Korea30-0-3-70Friday, June 7France 4, South Korea 0Saturday, June 8Norway 3, Nigeria 0Wednesday, June 12Nigeria 2, South Korea 0France 2, Norway 1Monday, June 17France 1, Nigeria 0Norway 2, South Korea 1Group B standings, schedule, resultsTeamGames PlayedWins-Draws-LossesGoal DifferencePointsGermany33-0-069Spain31-1-114China31-1-104South Africa30-0-3-70Saturday, June 8Germany 1, China 0Spain 3, South Africa 1Wednesday, June 12Germany 1, Spain 0Thursday, June 13China 1, South Africa 0Monday, June 17Germany 4, South Africa 0China 0, Spain 0Group C standings, schedule, resultsTeamGames PlayedWins-Draws-LossesGoal DifferencePointsItaly32-0-156Australia32-0-136Brazil32-0-136Jamaica30-0-3-110Sunday, June 9Italy 2, Australia 1Brazil 3, Jamaica 0Thursday, June 13Australia 3, Brazil 2Friday, June 14Italy 5, Jamaica 0Tuesday, June 18Brazil 1, Italy 0Australia 4, Jamaica 1Group D standings, schedule, resultsTeamGames PlayedWins-Draws-LossesGoal DifferencePointsEngland33-0-049Japan31-1-1-14Argentina30-2-1-12Scotland30-1-2-21Sunday, June 9England 2, Scotland 1Monday, June 10Argentina 0, Japan 0Friday, June 14Japan 2, Scotland 1England 1, Argentina 0Wednesday, June 19Japan 2, England 0Scotland 3, Argentina 3Group E standings, schedule, resultsTeamGames PlayedWins-Draws-LossesGoal DifferencePointsNetherlands33-0-049Canada32-0-126Cameroon31-0-2-23New Zealand30-0-3-40Monday, June 10Canada 1, Cameroon 0Tuesday, June 11Netherlands 1, New Zealand 0Saturday, June 15Netherlands 3, Cameroon 1Canada 2, New Zealand 0Thursday, June 20Netherlands 2, Canada 1 Cameroon 2, New Zealand 1 The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is expected to be the most competitive tournament the event has seen up until this point. The group stage began June 7, and will run through Thursday, June 20, bringing excitement from all parts of the world as 24 nations fight for the title. Group F standings, schedule, resultsTeamGames Played Wins-Draws-Losses Goal Difference Points United States33-0-0189Sweden32-0-146Chile31-0-2-33Thailand30-0-3-190Tuesday, June 11Sweden 2, Chile 0United States 13, Thailand 0Sunday, June 16Sweden 5, Thailand 1United States 3, Chile 0Thursday, June 20United States 2, Sweden 0Chile 2, Thailand 0