Technology Municipales 2020: news from June 15 in Val-de-Marne

22:25  15 june  2020
22:25  15 june  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

15 players test positive for COVID-19 after reporting to training camp

  15 players test positive for COVID-19 after reporting to training camp The NHL has released a statement reporting that 15 players tested positive for COVID-19 after reporting to training camp. More than 1,450 total tests were administered to the 250+ players in camp. These tests have all been administered following the start of Phase 2 of the return to play initiative, which began on June 8. © Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports The NHL is going to have to determine how many positive tests for coronavirus would be considered an outbreak, as 15 players tested positive after reporting to training camp. What’s more, 11 additional players have tested positive for coronavirus outside of NHL training camps.

L’équipe de campagne de Christian Fautré se déplace désormais à vélo dans la commune. © DR The campaign team of Christian Fautré now travels by bike in the town.

Final straight line for candidates still in the running for municipal elections in Val-de-Marne. Overview of the municipalities where the countryside is intensifying.

Champigny: Christian Fautré's team (PCF) is traveling by bike…

This weekend was sporty for the candidates on the left list for this second round in Champigny. The campaign team of Christian Fautré, outgoing PCF mayor candidate for his re-election, is now traveling by bicycle. One way to talk about the subject of travel, but not only. "In these cycling initiatives, we stop with several stages in each district," says a list member. This is an opportunity to discuss the enhancement and development of soft voices on the banks of the Marne, but also the Maison de la Marne project, the creation of the green and blue network between the Marne and the Haut de Champigny, the development of "know-how in cycling" on the same model as "knowing how to swim", the creation of a participative workshop for the use and repair of bicycles and the creation of new bicycle parking lots in town, especially in the city center. »

Indianapolis council unanimously declares racism a public health crisis

  Indianapolis council unanimously declares racism a public health crisis The resolution was unanimously passed after weeks of Black Lives Matter protests while coronavirus disproportionately tears through black communities.   require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); The resolution was passed by a new council that plans to study and address racial disparities in the city.In Marion County, those disparities exist in a variety of forms.Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning.

… and Laurent Jeanne regrets that the outgoing mayor refuses a debate

Informed by the editorial staff of France 3 Paris Ile-de-France of Christian Fautré's refusal to participate in a televised debate between the two candidates in the second round, Laurent Jeanne, Free candidate !, regrets this position of his opponent. “His predecessor had always accepted the debates during the municipal elections, recalls the candidate from the right. What contempt for democracy, the Campinese and public service on the part of the candidate mayor extended. I invite him to review his position, to ask his advisers to prepare him for this democratic exercise in a project-to-project debate. "

Christian Fautré, outgoing PCF mayor, replies that he" does not even want to respond to Mr. Jeanne ". “He only criticizes, caricatures with defamatory remarks, regrets the elected official. From the start a real debate is not possible, he attacks me but has no plans and above all he takes everyone high! "

MLB, MLBPA reportedly making final negotiation effort

  MLB, MLBPA reportedly making final negotiation effort If the two sides aren’t able to reach a compromise, commissioner Rob Manfred is expected to implement a season at a length of the league’s choosing. Doing so would ensure the players their prorated salaries for the duration of the 2020 season and would not include the expanded playoffs, which the union has offered to ownership. Barring an agreement between the two sides, we’re down to the “last hours” before Manfred implements a season length, per Olney. Throughout this process, both parties have maintained that they hope to reach a deal rather than have a season set by Manfred under the pre-existing March agreement.

The Kremlin-Bicêtre: Jean-Luc Laurent (MRC) offers a" public debate "...

To his opponents of June 28 - the outgoing DVG Jean-Marc Nicolle (22.52%) and the LREM candidate Lionel Zinciroglu (12 , 93%) - the former MRC mayor Jean-Luc Laurent (19.28%) proposes a "public debate". This is what he wrote to them on June 9.

“The second round campaign is part of a particular context with the Covid-19 pandemic, poses one who hopes to get a 5th mandate. Many activist activities are not recommended, such as door-to-door or public meetings. I therefore suggest that we be able to debate publicly […] to confront our ideas, our projects and our visions for the future. "

Jean-Luc Laurent says he is aware that" this exercise is not usual "at the Kremlin-Bicêtre. But "the crisis we are going through forces us [...] to reinvent ourselves", he believes, suggesting that "the modalities of this debate be fixed by the three candidates".

MLB offers to cancel expanded playoffs, universal DH for 2021

  MLB offers to cancel expanded playoffs, universal DH for 2021 MLB commissioner Rob Manfred sent a letter to the MLBPA on Sunday offering to nix the expanded playoff field and universal designated hitter for next season if a full campaign cannot be played in 2020. Players had been set to vote on Sunday on whether to accept a 60-game season, so the offer might be an attempt to sweeten the pot. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred sent a letter to MLBPA executive director Tony Clark today offering to cancel expanded playoffs and universal DH for 2021 if a full season isn’t played in 2020, sources tell ESPN. Players are concerned about giving up leverage of playoffs for naught.

"It still has to be constructive," says Lionel Zinciroglu. The Walker refuses the exchange proposed by Jean-Luc Laurent on the grounds that "he is very likely to be monopolized by [his] fratricidal war with the outgoing mayor. I have every confidence in the Kremlin residents' ability to make an informed and thoughtful choice. "And the candidate to opt, on a daily basis, for the" debate with the citizens on the ground. "

… And Lionel Zinciroglu (LREM) presents" 10 key actions for the first 100 days "

The list" Together Let's Change the KB "led by Walker Lionel Zinciroglu (12.93%) is the result of a merger between two towers. The former head of the Free list! Enguerrand Delannoy (11.23%) and DVG candidate Jean-Pierre Ruggieri (9.89%) officially joined his team last week.

It is therefore a self-qualified trio of "history" who unveiled this weekend in the form of a leaflet their "10 key actions for the first 100 days" at the town hall of the Kremlin-Bicêtre. Three objectives here: Make the management of the Kremlin-Bicêtre "more efficient and transparent", make local life "more pleasant" and the city overall "more dynamic".

Report: MLBPA leaders likely to vote against MLB 60-game proposal

  Report: MLBPA leaders likely to vote against MLB 60-game proposal What happens next? The expectation within the game is that commissioner Rob Manfred will simply set a schedule, which is likely to be brief.According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, the players union’s executive subcommittee is expected to vote against the proposal, and it may do so unanimously. Of the eight player representatives, only Daniel Murphy is believed to be considering a yes vote. The larger population of MLB players is also believed to oppose the deal.

Among the "key actions" just unveiled include in particular "the end of concrete construction", the pre-emption of commercial premises to diversify the offer, the launch of a vast municipal management audit or of a study before creation of 'a nursing home.

Valenton, dimanche 14 juin. Metin Yavuz, soutenu par Valérie Pécresse, prévoit de bâtir un grand complexe sportif sur le site de la Fontaine-Saint-Martin. DR © Supplied by Le Parisien Valenton, Sunday June 14. Metin Yavuz, supported by Valérie Pécresse, plans to build a large sports complex on the Fontaine-Saint-Martin site. DR

Valérie Pécresse to Valenton

A figure on the right in Communist land. Valérie Pécresse (Libres!), President of the Ile-de-France region, went Sunday morning to Valenton to support Metin Yavuz (LR), candidate of a diverse right list in the municipal elections. The elected representative had already come during the campaign for the first round, during a meeting of the candidate.

The meeting place was not chosen at random: the Fontaine-Saint-Martin, where Metin Yavuz wishes to build a large sports complex eagerly awaited by the population and the clubs. It will include an approved football field, athletics track, tennis courts, boxing hall and multi-purpose hall. "The region will be the first financial supporter of the project," he announced.

NFL aiming for salary cap solution by training camp .
Fanless games could have a devastating impact on the NFL's overall budget, which could then in turn have a significant impact on the salary cap.While the salary cap number is not determined until March, the league is shooting to solve this dilemma by the time training camps open, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com tweets. This would do well to help teams manage their longer-term situations.

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