The state best score was for its state budget process, for which it earned an A and ranked 2nd in the nation; that largely because the entire process is open and all documents are easily available to the public online. Other high points were electoral oversight, on which Idaho earned a B and ranked 3rd in the nation; and internal auditing, also a B, with a 10th in the nation ranking. Idaho voters passed a constitutional amendment in 1994 to move the internal auditing function out of the state executive branch and make it independent, as it audits executive branch agencies; it now falls under the Legislative Services Office.
Ask for permission. Standing alone in the corner of a room staring at people while recording them through Glass is not going to win you any friends (see Don’ts 4). The Glass camera function is no different from a cell phone so behave as you would with your phone and ask permission before taking photos or videos of others.
“That school had such a place of prominence in Biddeford history,” said Mayor Alan Casavant. “Athletically, there was something about it. Even though it was a small school, look at the athletes it generated, look at the quality. As of today, ear cropping is banned in many civilized European countries, Australia, Israel, Singapore, South Africa and New Zealand while it is considered an illegal practice in Newfoundland and Labrador under the 1978 Animal Protection Act. Hopefully, one day such practices will be banned from the rest of the world and dogs will finallyreceivethe same unconditional love they have provided humans for centuries. In certain breeds, they also are floppy shaped to protect the vulnerable ear drums from.
Article Sidebar Share CloseShare this Story: Fiat, Mazda to build roadster for sale in North America Copy Link Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn TumblrArticle contentMazda Motor Corp. Announced Wednesday an agreement for the development and manufacturing of a new roadster for the Mazda and Alfa Romeo marques.The agreement calls for both Mazda and Fiat to develop two differentiated, distinctly styled and brand specific light weight, roadsters featuring rear wheel drive.The Mazda and Alfa Romeo variants will be based on Mazda’s next generation MX 5 rear wheel drive architecture.Both vehicles will be manufactured at Mazda’s Hiroshima, Japan, plant with production for Alfa Romeo expected to start in 2015, the press release said.According to Automotive News, the Alfa sports car will be sold in North America.Article content continued”This agreement clearly demonstrates our commitment to Alfa Romeo and the determination to grow it into a truly global brand,” said Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne. “By partnering with Mazda, we will be co operating with the recognized leader in compact rear drive vehicle architectures in order to deliver an exciting and stylish roadster in the Alfa Romeo tradition.