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Facelift for Opera Centre eyesore underway

first_img Previous article‘Cops’ on trail of copper thieves in city and countyNext articleArts notes in brief admin Linkedin Email ON our edition dated July 16 last, it was exclusively reported by Andrew Carey, on page one, that approaches had been made to wealthy Limerick business people to assist with funding for a proposed clean- up of the ill-fated Opera Centre. It was revealed that talks had been held between interested parties, and to which JP McManus was invited. Dr Hugh Maguire of the Hunt Museum stated at the time that it would be of great benefit to the city if a clean up operation was put in place.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Well, it emerged this week that McManus, through his charitable foundation, is making such funds available.The decision had been taken following talks with the developers of the site.According to a spokesperson for the foundation, their involvement will not make for a permanent solution, just that they want to make the city look good.There is to be an emphasis on carrying out improvement to the lower sections of buildings on Patrick Street, Rutland Street and Ellen Street.The amount being donated has not been disclosed.The Opera Centre site, currently on the books of NAMA, developed into an eyesore within one year of plans to develop a multi-million euro shopping centre.Property owners in the three streets had benefited handsomely, with huge sums paid out to finalise deals, some of which had been ongoing for years. Twitter NewsLocal NewsFacelift for Opera Centre eyesore underwayBy admin – September 1, 2011 606 center_img WhatsApp Advertisement Print Facebooklast_img read more

2019-2020 credit union compensation tools now available

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr CUNA CUNA announces the 2019-2020 CUNA Staff Salary Report and CUNA Compensation Analytics are now available. Both tools have been a data source to inform salary and budget decision-making for credit union professionals for over 30 years.The tools feature data from nearly 1,100 credit unions nationwide and 90 job titles, providing the most comprehensive credit union-specific compensation data to attract and keep superior talent.The 2019-2020 CUNA Staff Salary Report and CUNA Compensation Analytics reported that 36% of credit unions, including no fewer than 59% of those with assets of $100 million or more, plan to add full-time employees to their payrolls during 2019.Trends, like this one, demonstrate that hiring managers will likely continue to experience fierce competition from direct competitors for top candidates.center_img continue reading »last_img read more

Henshaw and Sexton back in Leinster side

first_imgRobbie Henshaw and Jonathan Sexton are back in the Leinster side for tonight’s Pro 12 semi final with the Scarlets at the RDS.A niggling ankle knock means Leo Cullen opts to leave second row Devin Toner on the bench.While Sean O’Brien also starts among the replacements after his return from a hamstring injury. Kick off in Ballsbridge is at 7.45. Photo: © Leinsterrugby.ielast_img