Twenty-year-old Cleveland London of Lot 14 Block 22, Wismar, Linden; and of Lot 207 Silvertown, Wismar, was last week fined $35,000 by Magistrate Clive Nurse for assault.London admitted that on September 15, 2018, he unlawfully wounded Ray Fraser while at a wash bay at Burnham Drive, Wismar, Linden.As such he was fined. Failure to pay the fine will result in him spending two weeks in prison.
“One of the things I always tell my communities, whether it’s communities, whether it’s anybody writing grants, whatever, make sure your MLA knows about it,” Pimm says. “And this particular one, I happened to be speaking at the breakfast Rotary Club one morning, and Clinton was there doing a presentation and I thought, ‘man is that ever a good project’, so I went and started tracking down some information and we were able to come forward with some pretty good support.”Ackerman adds that the project was important to jump on because the Sport Council and DistrictSkateBoardPark had a plan for the skate park and knew how to go about executing it.“They’re young people and they had a dream – a good dream – and what was really important is they did not just say we have a dream and walked away,” Ackerman argues. “They had a dream and took ownership of it and got involved. Clinton and his group really helped us to make this all happen. It’s easy once you have all of that information to write all of the grants.The group worked with Newline Skate parks on the design of the project, and the company has been involved with the task since the beginning. Advertisement A number of guests were on hand for the ceremony including MLA Pat Pimm, Councillor Byron Stewart, Andy Ackerman of the North Peace Economic Development Commission, and Clinton Green, who helped spearhead the project.Green says it’s a great feeling to be at this point and he looks forward to the completion of the project.“I’m very excited; I can’t wait to ride it. I’m glad all the hard work that everyone put into it paid off.”- Advertisement -The project was important to Green for a number of reasons, in particular to give young people the chance to be the best that they can be.“I just want to see the youth in town have a place to put all their potential [to use], and have a place to progress and be safe in the process.”Pat Pimm said a few words before shovels went into the ground. He says he makes a point to inform his constituents that if they have projects in the works, to let him know so he can try to be of some assistance. The province chipped in with $448,000 towards the task.Advertisement
Tottenham are in Colorado preparing to take on the MLS All-Stars in a pre-season friendly.Last year, the same opposition beat Bayern Munich 2-1 in a match where some tough tackles angered manager Pep Guardiola so much he refused to shake the hand of opposite number Caleb Porter in a post-match strop.But Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino said he will not repeat the snub with this year’s manager, Pablo Mastroeni, when the match finishes. “I watched the game. It was a very tough game for Bayern Munich,” he said, referring to the 2014 clash.“I think we need to understand that for the All-Stars it’s a very important game. For us it’s the same. We need to compete. I would never deny a handshake to the opposing coach.”