Ballston Spa DMV gave great service

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionI wish to thank the personnel at the Ballston Spa Office of the Department of Motor Vehicles for their sterling performance and good-natured demeanor.Recently,  my mother needed to have new documentation and the personnel who served her made the process straightforward and painless. Bless you.Philip MaddausScotiaMore from The Daily Gazette:Foss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesSchenectady teens accused of Scotia auto theft, chase; Ended in Clifton Park crash, Saratoga Sheriff…EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristslast_img read more

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first_imgn Indian Railway Construction Corp is negotiating for a five-year contract to refurbish and maintain 15 Malaysian Railways Class 22 diesel locos of 1750hp, following an earlier contract to refurbish 12 of the class.n Research consortium GasRail USA is to equip a Los Angeles Metrolink F59PHI diesel loco with a late-cycle high-injection pressure combustion system developed by Moog Controls as part of a programme to develop natural gas fuelled locos with low exhaust emissions.n Istanbul municipality’s transport agency has shortlisted three bidders for supply of 96 EMU cars to work the Taksim – 4 Levent metro line now scheduled for completion by the end of next year. Lowest bidder was Adtranz Sweden, followed by Bombardier of Canada and GEC Alsthom.n Atlanta public transport agency Marta has launched studies for a 24 km metro, light rail or monorail link from Lindbergh Center metro station to South DeKalb, serving three colleges, a medical centre and a major commercial zone. n Look for delivery of the first 200 km/h Gardermobanen airport express EMU to Norwegian State Railway this month; the three-car unit was shipped from the Adtranz Strømmens works to the Västerås test track on August 16.n Taiwan’s Ministry of Transport & Communications has shortlisted five bidders for construction of a 40 km rail link from Taipei to Chiang Kai-Shek International airport at a cost of around NT$50bn. The winning bidder is due to be announced on November 21, with the line opening by 2003.n This month is due to see the rollout of the first double-deck TER2N EMU for French National Railways services in the Nord Pas-de-Calais région; 76 units are to be supplied by GEC Alsthom and Bombardier Eurorail’s ANF Industrie for three régions before the end of 1999.n Governor of the Philippines province of Sorsogon, Juan Frivaldo, has called for international funding to build a 134 km rail link between the provincial capital Matnog and PNR’s Main Line South at Comun in Albay province; a feasibility study suggests that the 4·5bn pesos project could be viable as a build-operate-transfer concession.last_img read more

La Sele continues to struggle falls to Colombia 31

first_imgRelated posts:Ramírez announces a National Team lineup with a few surprises Ready for Costa Rica Ex-Uruguay star Gustavo Matosas will lead La Sele Mexico defeats Costa Rica 3-2 in international friendly One of La Sele’s shining moments happened right there, at the Red Bull Arena, a little over a year ago.Those 13 months seemed like a distant memory Tuesday as the Costa Rican Men’s National Team fell to Colombia, 3-1, in a friendly at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.It was at that venue where La Sele dominated the United States as part of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. It was at that venue where thousands of Costa Rican fans had, on that September day, made Red Bull Arena feel as if some mysterious force had picked up the entire stadium and placed it in La Sabana.There was none of that magic for the Ticos on Tuesday night, and those special moments have recently become far less common. Since beating the United States that night in New Jersey, La Sele has played 17 times and won just twice.The struggles continued against an overpowering Colombian side that dominated with eight shots within the first 25 minutes, including two that called into action Costa Rica’s star goalkeeper, Keylor Navas.Navas was excellent all evening, but the South Americans scored a deserved opening goal in the 30th minute when Carlos Bacca evaded Christian Gamboa and beat the keeper to the near post.Amistoso Colombia vs. Costa Rica pic.twitter.com/5C7vvsB3vp— Deportes Repretel (@deporterepretel) October 17, 2018Gamboa made amends just before halftime, delivering a cross that Kendall Waston headed in for the equalizer in the 44th minute.GOOOL de La Sele, Kendall Watson (44) | Colombia 1 – Costa Rica 1 pic.twitter.com/kfhKy2VnNr— Deportes Repretel (@deporterepretel) October 17, 2018But the South American retook the lead for good in the 72nd minute as Juan Hernández, left unmarked, knocked home a rebound moments after he entered as a substitution in his debut for the Colombian national team.GOL colombiano, Juan Camilo Hernández (72) | Colombia 2 – Costa Rica 1 pic.twitter.com/4jeifq2r4s— Deportes Repretel (@deporterepretel) October 17, 2018The 19-year-old Hernández ended the match emphatically with a second tally in the game’s final minute.When Costa Rica next takes to the pitch, it will do so under a new manager. FEDEFUTBOL last week named ex-Uruguayan star Gustavo Matosas as its new permanent managerMatosas will coach the team in its final fixtures of the calendar year, Nov. 16 against Chile and Nov. 20 against Peru. Facebook Commentslast_img read more