Pet registry – Codogfederation http://codogfederation.org/ Mon, 09 May 2022 13:20:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://codogfederation.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-71-120x120.png Pet registry – Codogfederation http://codogfederation.org/ 32 32 Amanda and Kyle’s Favorite Wedding Registry Gifts from Summer House https://codogfederation.org/amanda-and-kyles-favorite-wedding-registry-gifts-from-summer-house/ Mon, 09 May 2022 13:20:00 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/amanda-and-kyles-favorite-wedding-registry-gifts-from-summer-house/ “Summer House” stars Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula “will they or won’t they?” The engagement drama spanned three seasons of the Bravo reality series – but finally, at the end of the show’s sixth season, they came to the altar. Now married, the couple behind canned cocktail brand Loverboy, who created a successful line of […]]]>

“Summer House” stars Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula “will they or won’t they?” The engagement drama spanned three seasons of the Bravo reality series – but finally, at the end of the show’s sixth season, they came to the altar. Now married, the couple behind canned cocktail brand Loverboy, who created a successful line of merchandise designed and engineered by Batula, have settled into domestic bliss.

Cooke confesses that due to their long engagement, married life isn’t all that different. “Everyone always asks how married life is, and it doesn’t seem too, too different. I feel like the biggest adjustment we ever made was moving in together,” he says. One thing that is new to married life is that their affairs are much nicer now, as they have wedding gifts to enjoy.

The couple took a conservative approach to their marriage registry, creating a honeymoon fund in favor of registering many physical assets. “We really tried to streamline the list, especially because we have an apartment, but we also didn’t encourage people to buy things we don’t necessarily want or need” , explains Cooke.

They chose to focus more on replacing basics like napkins and cutlery with nicer versions of what they already had. “What I’m glad we did,” says Batula, “was upgrade the things we currently have, instead of buying a bunch of extra stuff you think you need, like air fryers and mixers and this machine and this apparatus.” Cooke was skeptical of needing to replace the things they already had, but appeared once the premium versions of everyday items started arriving – and he started using them.

Batula says that now that they are married, not stuffing the ledger full of stuff was the right choice for the couple’s life and lifestyle. “I’m glad we stuck with what we know we use every day,” says Batula, “and asked for better versions. Because it’s what we use the most of all; things that were new or different, we just didn’t use that many.

The couple, who were engaged for three years before finally getting married on September 25, 2021, shared their thoughts on which wedding gifts they find most useful, enjoyable and surprising.

$228 at Brooklinen or Zola

Batula says, without hesitation, that the Brooklinen duvet cover is her favorite of all the wedding gifts she and Cooke have received, “I think it’s the most comfortable thing. It’s a beautiful color, it connects the bedroom and I love lying in my bed – it’s my safe space. And they are quite expensive! So for me this is definitely my favorite and most used item.

$299 at Amazon or Zola

Fellow Ode Electric Brew Grinder

For her part, Cooke says the electric coffee grinder the couple signed up for is her favorite item. “I know that sounds ridiculous,” he says of the $300 device. “I’ve had a cheap $50 grinder my whole life and if it wasn’t for the register, I don’t know if I would feel like I could splurge on something like this.” Batula, who usually doesn’t like having a lot of items on kitchen counters, says she approves of Cooke’s grinder. “It’s almost like a centerpiece.”

$159 at Amazon or Zola

Fellow Corvo EKG Electric Kettle

The couple have also signed up for an electric kettle in the same style as the grinder, which they use to make pour-over coffee – and in a surprising way. “Honestly,” says Batula, “the thing we use the kettle for the most is to stain clothes.”

$210 at Amazon or West Elm

Le Creuset frying pan

One of the register regrets that Batula has is the lack of cooking utensils that she included. “I wish I had signed up for a matching set,” she says. One piece she made sure to put on the register was a cast iron skillet. “Cooke used to cook with a cast iron skillet all the time when we dated, and I thought it would be the perfect thing to add to the registry because it was his roommate’s.” Good idea, but Batula admits that since they got married, “he hasn’t taken it out to use it”.

$55 at Amazon or Zola

Emile Henry Smooth Pizza Top Stone

Lack of time to cook and entertain is a recurring theme among newlyweds. “We used to make a lot more homemade pizzas,” Batula says, but with their busy schedules, the pizza stone the couple signed up for is more useful for reheating takeout. “When you literally have Joe’s Pizza in your neighborhood,” Cooke says, “it’s hard to think your homemade pizza is going to top that.” Batula intervenes, “we will be make a homemade pizza one day and use that stone,” she laughs.

$70 $42 at West Elm

West Elm Hudson Double Handle Acacia Wood Board

“We definitely come across as being very, very social,” Cooke says, “but even now that we’re not cooped up, we’re still kind of cooped up because of work.” Although the couple aren’t doing a lot of home entertainment at the moment, they’re still making good use of the serving pieces they signed up for. “Sometimes we just make a really good spread for the two of us,” Batula says, “And we sit on the couch and watch a movie and just eat cheese and crackers and meat for dinner.”

$189.99 at Zola

Salad bowl in natural olive wood with cutlery

Batula says the wooden salad bowl and serving tray the couple checked in for gets a lot of daily use. “Honestly, they are for us. Something I like to do is just try to make different salads, that’s why I wanted the bowl,” says Batula, “it’s just a bit more special when you serve it.

$220.95 at Amazon or $210.95 at Zola

John Boos Reversible Walnut Cutting Board

Batula says she’s surprised how much she loves her John Boos walnut cutting board. “It feels like such a basic, inescapable thing. But this one is so pretty that we installed it right next to the stove on the counter, so we use it all the time. I used to forget to get a cutting board out and with that I constantly use it to cut things I wouldn’t normally think of, which definitely helps our knives last longer.

$38 at West Elm

West Elm Horizon Collection Red Wine Glasses

“The wine glasses we chose are probably one of my favorite things,” says Batula. “I wanted something that looked pretty modern and cool, but still had a traditional feel – something that wouldn’t get outdated very quickly.” The couple use the red wine glasses, which are big enough to hold plenty of ice, to serve Loverboy’s ready-to-drink canned cocktails and spritzes in a way that Batula says “makes them so much more legit.”

“We’re going to fill one of our wine glasses, which has this cool shape, with ice,” says Cooke, to mimic the way popular drinks like the aperol spritz are served in bars and restaurants. “And add a little garnish to make it look like you made yourself a cocktail,” says Batula, “instead of drinking it out of a can.”

$39.99 at Zola

Willow Park Devyn Glass Tumblers

While Batula is smitten with their wine glasses, Cooke is crazy about the smoked glass goblets the couple received. “Actually, I love cups,” he says. “You know when you go to a restaurant and you’re like, ‘Dude, not only is this cocktail great, it’s in such a cool glass’? These have a nice weight and they’re smokey. The founder of Loverboy uses it to make a cocktail by pairing the mango-peach spritz with mezcal, or to serve the brand’s espresso martinis.”For Amanda,” says Cooke, “it makes it feel a bit more like a moment or a little opportunity to sip.”

$189.95 at Crate & Barrel or $279.80 Zola

Crate & Barrel Kenton 5 Piece Cutlery Set

When the couple moved in together shortly after their engagement, they purposely didn’t invest in big-ticket household items, knowing they would be checking in for basics like crockery and cutlery. “We deliberately bought the cheapest of the bargain when we moved in, because we were engaged,” says Cooke. Now that they have this cutlery set, they are so happy with the upgrade, “it’s quite nice to hold a piece that is noticeably heavier”.

$69 at Zola

Casafina Pacifica water bottle

“Something that I put on the register that I absolutely love more than I thought was canisters,” says Batula. “I bought these for, like, decoration.” But she found them incredibly useful, in addition to being decorative. “I use the big ones for dog food and treats. I use one for garlic – I’ve found uses for them. And I use them all the time, and I didn’t expect that.

$60 at Brooklinen or Zola

Brooklinen Super Plush Bath Towel

For Cooke, new bath towels were a surprising luxury he didn’t know he needed. “I’ve been using the same white towels since business school and they had a few tears, but you know, they’re still dried me,” Cooke says to explain his surprise at how much he appreciates the bath towels he and Batula saved. “I just felt uncomfortable throwing in a towel that was in perfect condition, even though it had a few tears, but it’s a nice and pleasant surprise that I look forward to every morning.”

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First patient enrolled in the PREMIER registry for all stages of cancer https://codogfederation.org/first-patient-enrolled-in-the-premier-registry-for-all-stages-of-cancer/ Sat, 07 May 2022 02:00:00 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/first-patient-enrolled-in-the-premier-registry-for-all-stages-of-cancer/ The first patient has been enrolled in the PREMIER registry for patients at all stages of cancer. The first patient has been enrolled in the University of Texas Southwestern Dallas PREMIER Registry for all-stage cancer patients, according to a press release from RefleXion Medical. The PREMIER Registry is a prospective, evidence-based clinical outcomes registry developed […]]]>

The first patient has been enrolled in the PREMIER registry for patients at all stages of cancer.

The first patient has been enrolled in the University of Texas Southwestern Dallas PREMIER Registry for all-stage cancer patients, according to a press release from RefleXion Medical.

The PREMIER Registry is a prospective, evidence-based clinical outcomes registry developed to collect data to show the impact of the RefleXion XI Radiation Therapy System for patients with all types of solid tumors and lymphomas. The goals of the registry include the assessment of health-related quality of life, acute and long-term side effects in patients, and cancer-related outcomes.

“We believe that tailoring radiation therapy plans based on the tumor’s response to the first dose of radiation will be a key element in combining radiation therapy with drug therapies, such as targeted and immuno-oncology agents,” said Tu Dan, MD, assistant professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at UT Southwestern Medical Center, in the press release. “However, to fully understand the utility of this approach, robust and accurate data collected through longitudinal parameters in prospective registries, such as RefleXion’s PREMIER registry, is imperative.”

A minimum of 750 patients from at least 4 sites across the United States will be enrolled in the prospective registry. Extensive baseline and follow-up data collected at the end of treatment will be included, as well as at months 3, 6, 9, 12, 18 and 24.

The registry aims to expand and include biology-guided radiation therapy (BgRT) procedures, a new radiation therapy treatment modality that uses signals detected by positron emission tomography (PET) to guide radiation therapy. BgRT aims to take the guesswork out of guiding radiation delivery using images taken days before treatment. As PET emissions guide treatment, the cancer itself acts as a rapid biological cue and continuously signals its location.

This treatment modality is the first to use the cancer itself to guide the delivery of radiation, including in moving tumors. The treatment aims to improve the permanent objective of managing the movement of these tumors, reducing margins and decreasing toxicity, so that several tumors can be treated at the same time and during the same session.

RefleXion X1 radiotherapy is currently capable of delivering stereotactic body radiotherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery and intensity modulated radiotherapy. BgRT has the potential to one day elevate the performance of PET tracers from a diagnostic tool to precise therapeutic direction and continues to be awaiting regulatory review.

Currently, RefleXion X1 radiation therapy is the only system designed with on-board PET detectors and the only machine capable of using the emissions to see and treat tumors. Additionally, this system is the first of its kind to incorporate a fast fan-beam KVCT.

“Our forward-looking registry will capture and organize an unprecedented level of data, including patient information, demographics, tumors, biomarkers, imaging and treatment for all stages of cancer,” added Sean Shirvani, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer of RefleXion, in the press. “We hope that collecting this rich repository of information before, during and after treatment will allow our clinical partners to investigate and identify the factors that best determine cancer outcomes, which could then provide patients with the information they need to make better decisions about their care.”

Reference
RefleXion announces a registry of real-world evidence outcomes to assess the impact of treatment at all stages of cancer. Press release. RefleXion Medical. May 3, 2022. Accessed May 5, 2022. https://bit.ly/3yk6uS0

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RefleXion Announces Registry of Real-World Evidence Findings to Assess Treatment Impact in All Stages of Cancer https://codogfederation.org/reflexion-announces-registry-of-real-world-evidence-findings-to-assess-treatment-impact-in-all-stages-of-cancer/ Wed, 04 May 2022 14:16:21 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/reflexion-announces-registry-of-real-world-evidence-findings-to-assess-treatment-impact-in-all-stages-of-cancer/ May 4, 2022 – RefleXion Medical, a therapeutic oncology company pioneering the use of biology-guided radiation therapy (BgRT) for all stages of cancer, announced the enrollment of the first patient in its PREMIER registry, a registry Prospective Clinical Outcomes Registry for cancer patients at all stages at the University of Texas (UT) Southwestern in Dallas. […]]]>

May 4, 2022 – RefleXion Medical, a therapeutic oncology company pioneering the use of biology-guided radiation therapy (BgRT) for all stages of cancer, announced the enrollment of the first patient in its PREMIER registry, a registry Prospective Clinical Outcomes Registry for cancer patients at all stages at the University of Texas (UT) Southwestern in Dallas.

The PREMIER Registry was created to collect data to demonstrate the impact of the RefleXion X1 Radiation Therapy System, the first-ever system with embedded fast fan-beam KVCT, on patients with all types of solid tumors and lymphomas . The registry will expand to include BgRT procedures, a new radiation therapy treatment modality that uses signals detected by positron emission tomography (PET) to guide radiation therapy. The X1 is the first and only system designed with embedded PET detectors. The PREMIER registry will assess health-related quality of life, acute and long-term side effects in patients, and cancer-related outcomes.

“We believe that tailoring radiation therapy plans based on the tumor’s response to the first dose of radiation will be a key element in combining radiation therapy with drug therapies, such as targeted and immuno-oncology agents,” said Tu Dan, MD, assistant professor in the department of radiation oncology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. “However, to fully understand the utility of this approach, robust and accurate data collected through longitudinal parameters in prospective registries, such as RefleXion’s PREMIER registry, is imperative.”

The PREMIER registry will include extensive baseline data as well as follow-up data collected at the end of treatment and then again at three, six, nine, 12, 18 and 24 months. The registry will enroll a minimum of 750 patients from a minimum of four sites across the United States.

“Our forward-looking registry will capture and organize an unprecedented level of data, including patient information, demographics, tumors, biomarkers, imaging and treatment for all stages of cancer,” said Sean Shirvani, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer at RefleXion. “Our hope is that collecting this rich repository of information before, during and after treatment will allow our clinical partners to study and identify the factors that best determine cancer outcomes, which could then provide patients the information they need to make better decisions about their care.

Prospective registries define specific information and characteristics in advance, before data collection or the impacts of a treatment are known, including the monitoring interval for patient follow-up. Known as longitudinal data over time, it improves data accuracy because it minimizes reliance on patient recall. Therefore, prospective registries can establish stronger associations between the treatment given and a patient’s outcome.

For more information: https://reflexion.com/

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EPD Launch Registry for Residents with Communication Issues https://codogfederation.org/epd-launch-registry-for-residents-with-communication-issues/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 19:22:27 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/epd-launch-registry-for-residents-with-communication-issues/ Being involved in an emergency is difficult for everyone. Your adrenaline is surging, your emotions are on high alert, and depending on the situation and its severity, you may temporarily lose all awareness of where you are or what has happened. When I was boned by a drunk driver on my way to work one […]]]>

Being involved in an emergency is difficult for everyone. Your adrenaline is surging, your emotions are on high alert, and depending on the situation and its severity, you may temporarily lose all awareness of where you are or what has happened. When I was boned by a drunk driver on my way to work one morning nearly four years ago, the impact caused my truck to spin about 90 degrees in a different direction than I was going. side before the collision. It took me about a minute to get my bearings and figure out what had happened and where I was. Now imagine something like this happening to someone with sensory, movement, or communication issues. The first responders arriving on the scene should have helped them differently than those who responded to my accident. A new registry with the Evansville Police Department will help responders prepare by letting them know in advance that someone with these challenges has been involved in an emergency.

Evansville Police Department Launches ‘Keep Me Safe Registry’

The Department has partnered with Optimal Rhythms, a Newburgh-based agency that works with people diagnosed with autism, to create the “Keep Me Safe Registry”.

The registry is designed to “ensure that first responders have the best information available to help keep [those with special needs] safe in case of emergency or crisis. Registration is free and completely voluntary.

How the Keep Me Safe registry works

Visit the Optimal Rhythms website and click on the “JOIN REGISTRY” button in the middle of the page, just below the photo of members of the Evansville Police Department with an Optimal Rhythms advocate. This will bring up an email form where you provide the following information about the person you want to add:

  • Vulnerable person’s name, address, age, date of birth, current height/weight
  • License plate numbers and descriptions of vehicles in which the person often drives
  • Portrait of the vulnerable person
  • Name and contact details of the emergency contact(s) for the vulnerable person
  • Name and contact details of the person’s doctor

Once you submit the form, here’s what happens according to Optimal Rhythms:

The information shared in the registry will then be provided to the local dispatcher to be retained until needed. When a home or vehicle on the registry receives a 911 call or is involved in an accident or traffic stop, first responders are trained to look for the KEEP ME SAFE sticker and advise dispatch if the home where the car is registered. . The dispatch will then provide valuable information to first responders on the call to ensure they are better equipped to respond to the needs of the registered vulnerable person.

In addition to your registered information, you will receive a sticker similar to the one below for each vehicle and home you listed when registering. This will further assist responders who arrive on the scene to assist.

Optimal rhythms

Optimal rhythms

Visit the Optimal Rhythms website for more information about the Keep Me Safe Registry, the mission of Optimal Rhythms, and to make a donation to help support this mission.

[Sources: Evansville Police Department on Facebook / Optimal Rhythms]

Evansville neighbors warm up on the Nextdoor app

Nextdoor is a way to bring neighbors together, so we can share information about crimes, good news, lost pets, events, local deals and more. It’s like Facebook and Craigslist with a twist of Linkedin. It might seem a bit overwhelming if you’ve never used it.

10 Ridiculous 911 Calls Shared by Evansville Watch

Well, we are only a few weeks away in 2022 and our local police have been busy. Obviously, most calls that come in are serious and that’s no laughing matter. Other calls just make you shake your head. Here are ten of those ridiculous calls. Thanks to our friends at EvansvilleWatch for documenting everything in real time.
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Council Amends Vacant Property Registry > PenCityCurrent.com https://codogfederation.org/council-amends-vacant-property-registry-pencitycurrent-com/ Wed, 20 Apr 2022 03:10:07 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/council-amends-vacant-property-registry-pencitycurrent-com/ BY CHUCK VANDENBERGCCP EDITOR FORT MADISON — A new city ordinance that would require owners of vacant property to register with the city was amended at second reading Tuesday night. SCHULZ At the regular Fort Madison City Council meeting, Councilman Tom Schulz introduced an amendment to the proposed new ordinance that would have required all […]]]>

BY CHUCK VANDENBERG
CCP EDITOR

FORT MADISON — A new city ordinance that would require owners of vacant property to register with the city was amended at second reading Tuesday night.

SCHULZ

At the regular Fort Madison City Council meeting, Councilman Tom Schulz introduced an amendment to the proposed new ordinance that would have required all vacant properties in the city to be registered with the building department. Fees were also imposed on vacant properties on a sliding scale based on square footage and years of listing.

But several landlords have opposed the new law, with some going so far as to call it illegal and without a proper appeals process.

Schulz proposed an amendment that had been developed with city staff, including building superintendent Doug Krogmeier, that would allow property owners who have insurance with the city listed on the certificate, and all utilities operating in the property, to complete an exemption.

The insurance policy must be equal to the value of the property and not less than the cost of the demolition.

Councilor Rebecca Bowker said completing a vacant property registration form voids the exemption as they are still registering the property.

BOWKER

“Code at the end of the day is very important and the way it’s written is exactly how Doug is going to apply it later,” she said. “So I have a problem with the titles, I would like to make sure it reflects accuracy. It says they have to submit a form called Vacant Building Registration.

“If I have a building and it’s perfectly fine on the outside and no one is reporting any issues then why do I have to come to town and give Doug a form saying I’m submitting a vacant registration form and ‘Oh by the way here is proof of utilities and insurance’.

ANDREWS

Councilman Rusty Andrews, as Mayor Pro Tem, asked if Bowker wanted further tweaks to the language of the ordinance or toss it out altogether.

Bruce Grigsby, who owns several vacant properties, said he did not oppose the new language but opposed the ordinance in its original form.

“I’m not against it because I think it needs to be done. My exception was that as a responsible owner, over-insured with utilities in all buildings, I objected to being lumped together with irresponsible people,” he said.

Grigsby said he was concerned that the city was listed as a certificate holder.

Schulz said this only allows the city to be notified if insurance expires on the property and costs the owners nothing. Grigsby said it was nothing he would ever do.

“I know that, but we can’t write 9,875 prescriptions for each individual owner,” Schulz said.

Andrews said he hasn’t received any phone calls about the proposed ordinance, but several residents have expressed serious concerns about the increase in landowner regulations.

The motion passed as amended 4-1 with Bowker voting against the measure. Councilmen Kevin Rink, Jack Gray, Schulz and Andrews all voted in favor of the new ordinance, which will still require a 3rd reading before becoming part of city code.

In other actions, the council:
• Passed a second reading of a change to ward constituencies based on adjusted Secretary of State supervisory constituencies within the city limits.
• Accepted a submitted flat survey and waived subdivision requirements for the property south of PAW Animal Shelter on 48th Street. The property will be acquired by the animal sanctuary for future expansion.
• Heard an update on the James Block building at the corner of Avenue G and 8th Street. The building has seen additional walls installed and Krogmeier said the city will have an architect from Poepping, Stone and Bach inspect the interior of the building again to determine what the city needs to do to shore up some soils, walls and roof.

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🌱 East Hampton Daily: Two local businesses create historical record https://codogfederation.org/%f0%9f%8c%b1-east-hampton-daily-two-local-businesses-create-historical-record/ Tue, 19 Apr 2022 20:43:56 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/%f0%9f%8c%b1-east-hampton-daily-two-local-businesses-create-historical-record/ Good day, people of East Hampton! It’s me again, Diane Witek, your East Hampton Daily host. First, today’s weather forecast: Breezy in the morning; sunny. High: 55, low: 40. Here are the top stories in East Hampton today: Hildreth’s Home Goods and the South Ferry have been serving customers for over 150 years and have […]]]>

Good day, people of East Hampton! It’s me again, Diane Witek, your East Hampton Daily host.


First, today’s weather forecast:

Breezy in the morning; sunny. High: 55, low: 40.


Here are the top stories in East Hampton today:

  1. Hildreth’s Home Goods and the South Ferry have been serving customers for over 150 years and have influenced the culture and history of the East End for many decades. These two businesses are among the top 100 in New York State to be featured by the State Registry of Historic Businesses. (Subscription: 27east.com)
  2. The storm knocks out power to Long Island. Although Nassau was the hardest hit, less than five outages were reported at Riverhead and Southampton. According to PSEG Long Island, the full restoration was completed Tuesday afternoon. (Daily Voice)
  3. A 14-year lawsuit brought by a former Hampton Bays restaurant owner has finally been settled. City of Southampton to pay $380,000 to settle Hampton Bays restaurant owners who claimed city discriminated against them for serving a Hispanic customer base. (Subscription: news day)
  4. This Saturday, the Waterdrinker Tulip Festival will bloom with 1 million flowers, twice as many as last year. Waterdrinker Family Farm & Garden is located at 663 Wading River Road in Manorville. (Subscription: news day)

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Greek government creates ‘horse’ registry for care and safety https://codogfederation.org/greek-government-creates-horse-registry-for-care-and-safety/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 22:14:14 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/greek-government-creates-horse-registry-for-care-and-safety/ The Greek government announced on Monday the creation of an equine registry that will allow tracing and overseeing their care, following the approval of Deputy Minister of Agricultural Development and Food Simos Kedikoglou. The veterinary services of the Greek regions will be responsible for entering information into the database relating to the identity of the […]]]>

The Greek government announced on Monday the creation of an equine registry that will allow tracing and overseeing their care, following the approval of Deputy Minister of Agricultural Development and Food Simos Kedikoglou.

The veterinary services of the Greek regions will be responsible for entering information into the database relating to the identity of the equidae, the facilities in which they are kept and the identity of the managers of the facilities. Data for each animal will include origin, date of birth in the facility, and loss (death or theft).

People born in Greece will have a unique code number, a unique identification document and will be equipped with a chip.

Unsupervised horses will be the responsibility of the regions with the help of the municipalities. They will be responsible for collecting, transporting, saving, feeding and lodging whenever necessary.

The announcement comes after protests from some animal rights groups and vets who had been campaigning for reforms in the equine sector.

After years of campaigning, Greek animal welfare organizations had finally achieved their goal: the implementation of European Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/262, commonly known as the Equine Passport Regulation, by the Greek government in 2018. .

Until now, the existing Greek legislation was inadequate in terms of ensuring equine welfare standards. Without proper identification, horses, donkeys and mules could not be linked to the person responsible for their welfare. Thanks to the implementation of EU legislation, owners are now obliged by law to care for their animals responsibly and ensure that welfare standards are met. Failure to properly care for their pets will result in legal penalties for owners.

In January 2018, Ippothesis and Animal Action Hellas delivered to the Greek Ministers of Environment and Energy and Agricultural Development and Food more than 12,000 letters signed by Greek citizens asking for stronger protection of equines, in particularly for the implementation of the European regulation on equine passports. as well as for the adoption of a code of good practice for equidae.

Animal welfare organisations, veterinarians, local animal welfare groups and supportive members of European and national parliaments have warmly welcomed the introduction of European Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/262 into Greek law.

“As veterinarians, we have worked for years to improve the welfare of horses, donkeys and mules through our outreach program, especially working animals in island communities. The introduction of the EU ‘equine passport’ means that all equidae must be registered and identified with a Universal Equine Life Number (UELN). Hopefully this will help strengthen legal protection for all equines. This is good news for animal welfare in Greece. said Elisa Geskou, of the Greek Fund for Animal Welfare/Animal Action Hellas.

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“it’s a small world” added to Library of Congress National Recording Registry https://codogfederation.org/its-a-small-world-added-to-library-of-congress-national-recording-registry/ Thu, 14 Apr 2022 23:57:54 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/its-a-small-world-added-to-library-of-congress-national-recording-registry/ The Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry has announced its song additions for the Class of 2022, and among the songs is the classic Disney earworm you can’t get out of your head,”the world is small.” What is happening: The Library of Congress Twitter account shared an excerpt from “It’s a Small World,” along with […]]]>

The Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry has announced its song additions for the Class of 2022, and among the songs is the classic Disney earworm you can’t get out of your head,”the world is small.”

What is happening:

  • The Library of Congress Twitter account shared an excerpt from “It’s a Small World,” along with the following description:

“It’s a Small World” was first heard at the 1964-65 World’s Fair, the theme of which was “Peace Through Understanding”. The route was then rebuilt at Disneylandthen recreated in other Disney parks around the world.

  • The song was written by legendary songwriters Richard and Robert Sherman and has been delighting families for nearly 60 years.
  • You can find versions of “it’s a small world” in every castle park in the world except Shanghai Disneyland.

  • Other songs included in the National Recording Registry Class of 2022 include:
    • “Don’t Stop Believing” – Journey (1981)
    • “Bohemian Rhapsody” – Queen (1975)
    • “Living La Vida Loca” – Ricky Martin (1999)
  • Last year, “The Rainbow Connection” by The puppet movie has been added to the National Registry of Records.

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[How to Start Life in Japan] Residence register and other procedures https://codogfederation.org/how-to-start-life-in-japan-residence-register-and-other-procedures/ Thu, 24 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/how-to-start-life-in-japan-residence-register-and-other-procedures/ Moving to Japan and starting a new life can be very stressful. Being prepared by knowing what procedures are needed and how to perform them can reduce unnecessary problems. In this series, written by people who have lived in Japan for several years – your sempai – aims to make your transition to Japan as […]]]>

Moving to Japan and starting a new life can be very stressful. Being prepared by knowing what procedures are needed and how to perform them can reduce unnecessary problems. In this series, written by people who have lived in Japan for several years – your sempai – aims to make your transition to Japan as smooth as possible.

The first required procedure is the registration of your residence. This is the most important document you need to complete once you have left the airport. You must complete this process within 14 days of arrival.

  • You must register your residence within 14 days of your arrival.
  • You must bring your passport, residence card and cash.
  • You can apply for national health insurance and the national pension system in the same place.

Why do I have to declare my residence?

Registering residence will allow you to complete other procedures, such as applying for a mobile phone, internet connection, national health insurance and other services that require your proof of residence.

Where can I register my residence?

There is a town hall or city hall near you, and this is where you can register your residence in Japan. In metropolitan areas, you can register your residence with your local neighborhood office.

How to complete the form?

Once you pick up a form from the counter, it will seem very intimidating. But, depending on how busy the office is, there is usually someone willing to help fill out the form. In most cases, there is also a sample form you can follow.

As a general rule, start with the big item or main item and then move on to smaller ones. For example, dates should follow the year-month-day format. The largest element, the year, is followed by smaller digits, the month and the day.

This also applies to your name and address.

name: Surname first, then given names. For example: John Smith will be written as, Smith John. If you have a middle name, it goes after your first name.

Address: Prefecture, city/village, address-district, apartment/room number. For example: Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Sakuragaoka 18-9, House 202.

The next point is usually the Date of Birth section. Confirm with your local office if they require it to be written in Japanese calendar format (Reiwa, Heisei, Showa, etc.) or Western format (eg, 2001). It is strongly recommended that you know your date of birth in Japanese calendar format. For example: if you were born in 1992, your birth year is Heisei 4.

The other fields — such as nationality, sex and head of household — are straightforward.

Once you have filled in the necessary fields, proceed to obtain a ticket or go to the counter for further instructions.

What should I bring with me?

You will need your passport, residence permit and some cash. Passport and residence card will serve as proof of identity. The way you write your name on the residence registration form must be consistent with your passport and/or residence card.

The money is used to print a copy of your residency file. This printout will be used as proof of your residence in Japan so that you can register for a new mobile phone, or bank account, and other procedures.

What else is required at the Resident Registration Office?

Depending on your visa status or work situation, you need to register for national health insurance and the national pension system.

For people with a student visa, the application for national health insurance is sufficient. You may need to apply for the national pension system once you get a part-time job.

For other visa statuses, please check with your employer or sponsor and ask if you need to apply for National Health Insurance or National Pension Scheme. In some cases, your employer may enroll you in a company plan or your sponsor will enroll you as their dependent.

What are some useful Japanese expressions?

住民登録 (じゅうみんとうろく| juumin touroku) Residence registration

住民票 (じゅうみんひょう | juumin hyou) Residence File/Certificate

住所 (じゅうしょ|juusho) Address where you live.

生年月日 (せいねんがっぴ | seinen gappi) Date of birth

国籍 (こくせき | kokuseki) Nationality

性別 (せいべつ | seibetsu) Sex

国民健康保険 (こくみんけんこうほけん | kokumin kenkou hoken) National Health Insurance

国民年金保険 (こくみんねんきんほけん | kokumin nenkin hoken) National Pension System

市役所 (しやくしょ | shiyakusho) City Hall

区役所 (くやくしょ | kuyakusho) Neighborhood Office

町役場 (まちやくば | machi yakuba) City Hall

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This York County Police Department Just Added a Special Needs Registry https://codogfederation.org/this-york-county-police-department-just-added-a-special-needs-registry/ Thu, 17 Mar 2022 14:10:41 +0000 https://codogfederation.org/this-york-county-police-department-just-added-a-special-needs-registry/ A number of requests from York County residents have led the West Manchester Township Police Service to set up a special needs registration service. This registry, available on the York County website under the “County Human Services” tab, is a service that can help law enforcement officers obtain information about residents with special needs during […]]]>
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