Shumlin announces Karen Marshall to lead Connect VT effort

first_imgGovernor Peter Shumlin today announced that Karen Marshall, a Chittenden County business executive and community leader, will take the position of Chief of Connect VT. Marshall will be responsible for implementing Gov. Shumlin’s plan to achieve universal availability of broadband and mobile phone service.‘Connect VT is one of the most important initiatives of my administration,’ the Governor said. ‘It is vital that the telecommunication highway is in place for Vermonters by the end of 2013. It will connect our economic engines to the global marketplace, and enable our health care providers to be at the forefront of innovative, cost effective delivery and administration of health care.’‘Karen will work with private sector companies and utilities that are deploying roughly $410 million of federal funding and their own capital to do this,’ said Administration Secretary Jeb Spaulding. ‘She will also be engaged in efforts across state government to use broadband to improve the way that public services are delivered.’Prior to this appointment, Marshall served as Chief Operating Officer at SecurShred, a Vermont owned and operated business providing confidential document shredding, imaging, storage and electronic waste services throughout the region. Prior to that, she served as Vice President Northern New England for Comcast Spotlight, the advertising division of Comcast Cable, and Vice President/Vermont for Clear Channel Communications, where she managed 15 radio stations.Marshall has played an active role in community service, as well, serving currently as Chair of the Vermont Economic Progress Council, a board member of the Visiting Nurse Association of Chittenden and Grand Isle counties, the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, and UVM’s Athletic Advisory Council.Marshall, who lives in Williston, will join the Agency of Administration. Her salary will be $115,000.Shumlin’s office. 1.27.2011last_img read more

Get your reno on in 2018 with these potential beauties

first_imgInside the home at 14 Willmington St, Wooloowin.The house has plenty of character features including wide timber floorboards under carpet, high ceilings, VJ walls and breezeways. The property is in the Wooloowin State School catchment.In Nundah, a three bedroom family home on stumps is also in need of a complete renovation. The home at 8 Junior Tce, Northgate.Ray White Aspley agents Dwight Colbert and Courtney Vardanega are marketing the property at 8 Junior Tce as a “good-sized home” in need of some TLC. “There’s plenty of potential for those who can think outside the square or simply an excellent opportunity to enter the market,” Mr Colbert said. The home at 14 Willmington St, Wooloowin.IF your New Year’s resolution is to try your hand at renovating, take a look at these diamonds in the rough close to the Brisbane CBD. For those keen to tackle a total project there is a barebones post-war home in Red Hill just screaming for a full makeover. The three-bedroom deceased estate at 27 Argyle St is sitting on a 506sq m block with two-street frontage. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoThe home at 35 King St, Annerley.The turn of the century Queenslander at 35 King St has VJ walls, high ceilings and pine floorboards.Mr Matthews said the property was on the market for little more than land price and had the potential to be turned into a beautifully restored home. The house is on a 412sq m block and has two bedrooms, a sunroom, garage parking for one car and an iron roof. Inside the home at 35 King St, Annerley.The property is a few minutes walk to major shops and Prince Alfred Hospital and has easy access to the freeway. If you are chasing more yard space to go with your renovation project, the Queenslander at 14 Willmington St, Wooloowin is at the front of a 810sq m block with 20m frontage. The home at 27 Argyle St, Red Hill.Marketing agent Sonya Browne of Ray White Paddington said the renovator’s delight was a property with potential. “(The home is a) great blank canvas for those that are ready to get into a renovation, with the owner making it easy for you by taking out all the old wall and ceiling linings — so it’s ready to start from scratch,” she said. The home has solid timber floors and wall framing upstairs — and not much else. Inside the home at 27 Argyle St, Red Hill.The upstairs area currently has a layout that includes three bedrooms, a bathroom, an open-plan living and dining area, and a kitchen with bay window. There are small decks at the front and back of the house. The downstairs area is enclosed and has parking space for one car. In Annerley, Russell Matthews of Matthews Real Estate is selling what he describes as a “blank canvas” in a great location. The home at 14 Willmington St, Wooloowin.Anna Glynn and Steve Grimbas of Place Nundah are marketing the property as a “grand old lady” in need of some TLC. “The floorplan is currently configured into three self-contained units allowing for an exciting opportunity to rent out, renovate/restore the home to its former glory or build townhouses at the rear (subject to council approval),” Ms Glynn said. Inside the home at 8 Junior Tce, Northgate.The property has original hardwood floors, separate lounge and dining rooms, an updated kitchen and original laundry and bathroom. The home is on a fully-fenced 410sq m block with side access and garage parking for two cars. The property is close to schools, shops and public transport.last_img read more

John J. Wunderlich

first_imgJohn J. Wunderlich, 91, of Aurora, Indiana passed away Friday, March 18, 2016 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born Monday, May 5, 1924 in Aurora, Indiana, son of the late Henry F. Wunderlich and the late Catherine Steigerwald Wunderlich.He served his Country during WWII as a member of the United States Navy.John was an Owner of H.F. Wunderlich Insurance Co., retiring after over 52 years of service.He was a life member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. John was baptized, confirmed and served on St. Mary’s Parish Council for 4 years. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, River View Cemetery Board, Charter member of the Lions Club and a member of the American Legion Keith Ross Post #239. John enjoyed fishing but loved time with his friends and family.Surviving are his children, David (Jana) Wunderlich of Aurora, IN; Susan (Gray) James of Houston, TX; sister, Mary Mattingly of Aurora, IN; grandchildren, Ryan (Tammy) Wunderlich, Allison (Rob) Doll, Hannah and Patrick Wunderlich, Raina and Davis James; greatgrandchildren, Jacob and Gracie Wunderlich, Kate and Jack Doll.He was recently preceded in death by his loving wife of 68 years, Joan and a brother, George Wunderlich.Friends are invited 5:00 – 8:00 PM, Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at Rullman Hunger Funeral Home Aurora, Indiana.Mass of Christian burial will be held on Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 11:00 am at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Fr. Stephen Donahue officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana. Military graveside services will be conducted by members of local Veterans Service Organizations.Contributions may be made to the St. Mary’s School, Hillforest Historical Society or Aurora Life Squad.. If you are unable to attend services you may call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more