Genesis Global to “vigorously” appeal British licence suspension AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Legal & compliance Online gambling operator Genesis Global has confirmed it will appeal against a decision by the GB Gambling Commission to suspend its operating licence in Great Britain. Online gambling operator Genesis Global has confirmed it will appeal against a decision by the GB Gambling Commission to suspend its operating licence in Great Britain.Earlier this week, the Commission said that it was to suspend the licence while it carried out a review of the operator’s activities following two suspected breaches of its licence.This included Section 116(2)(a), which permits the Commission to review a licensee if it has reason to suspect that “activities may have been carried on, in purported reliance on the licence but not in accordance with a condition of the licence”.In response, Genesis explained that earlier in July, it was the subject of a routine compliance assessment conducted by the Commission, adding that it had undergone similar review previously without any adverse material findings.However, on this occasion, the Commission decided to suspend the licence in order to carry out a further review of the operator, in line with the Gambling Act.Genesis said that after taking independent legal advice, it is of the opinion the decision was “disproportionate” and also “inconsistent with the Commission’s previous regulatory enforcement action in regard to other operators”.As a result, Genesis said while it plans to “vigorously” appeal against the ruling, it will fully corporate with the Commission during the review. Genesis also noted it voluntarily provided the regulator with an action plan following the assessment, prior to the suspension and review decision.“Genesis has expressed its extreme level of disappointed with this determination and outcome and is therefore firmly committed to complying with the Commission’s extensive range of regulations,” Genesis said.“This means Genesis will continue with its own existing compliance systems, policies and procedures whilst also continuously improving upon them. This will ensure a responsible and safe gaming environment for all players, where Genesis is confident that this will be clearly reflected during the review process.“To our loyal and trusting stakeholders; in particular our dedicated customers, team, suppliers, and others we assure you that it is business as usual in all other jurisdictions in which the company operates and we appreciate your continued support during these challenging times.” Regions: UK & Ireland 23rd July 2020 | By contenteditor Email Address Tags: Online Gambling Topics: Legal & compliance
Margot Honecker, born in 1927, former minister of education of the German Democratic Republic and widow of longtime Socialist Unity Party (SED) Secretary General and GDR State Chairperson Erich Honecker (1912-1994), died on May 6 in Santiago, Chile. The German daily newspaper Junge Welt published the complete interview in the German language in November 2015. Workers World thanks both Junge Welt and the Greek journalists who conducted the interview for permission to publish it in full at workers.org last December. The corporate media, in their obituaries, were unanimous in condemning Margot Honecker for her continued defense of communism and of the GDR. This interview makes clear her attitude and analysis. WW now publishes excerpts here. The translation from German was done by contributing editor Greg Butterfield and managing editor John Catalinotto.Antonis Polychronakis: How did the events of 1989 come about?Margot HoneckerMargot Honecker: If you mean by “the events of 1989,” those of the fall of that year, and particularly the events in the GDR, which I describe as a counterrevolution, one would have to write books about it. Perhaps only this: There was an objective link between foreign and internal political factors. The arms race the United States in the Reagan era forced upon the Soviet Union reached its desired objective: that the Soviet Union armed itself to death. The consequent economic burden for the USSR led to serious social dislocations in the country, which meant that the leading power of the socialist camp could hardly do justice to its domestic and foreign policy responsibilities.The Soviet Union tried to regain mastery of its situation through reforms, and these were initially well intended. But soon the so-called reformers grabbed hold of the central foundations of politics and economics and steered a course toward economic disaster and the destabilization of society. The end result was the surrender of all Soviet achievements.The GDR was involved in this global conflict. In the end, it was part of the socialist community. And in the 1980s, the GDR was also faced with the need to develop or correct its economic policies. There were shortcomings in supply, deficits in social life, which led to dissatisfaction. We have not always done our homework properly — partly from our own inability, partly we were blocked.Obviously, we were unable to convince people and make them conscious of the actual social progress we made compared with a capitalist society dependent on exploitation, oppression and war. So many in the GDR believed they could join together the glittering world of commodities under capitalism and the social security of socialism. But, as Erich Honecker said in various speeches, capitalism and socialism are as hard to unite as fire and water.AP: How do you explain the “uprising” of the East Germans, as it is called in the West?MH: It was not an “uprising.” There were demonstrations, but the workers were working on their jobs, the children went to school, social life continued. Most people who went into the streets in the fall of 1989 were expressing their dissatisfaction. They wanted to make changes and improvements. They wanted a better GDR. They were not demonstrating for its abolition. Not even the opposition wanted that.We, that is, all the progressive forces of Germany [in the post-World War II period] wanted the entire Germany to be a democratic, anti-fascist state. We never surrendered this goal, but were unable to reach it. The founding of the GDR was the result. Resurgent German imperialism fought by all means against it, and in 1989, it saw its opportunity to eliminate the GDR, the other Germany. For forty years it had failed to do this. It was only when the Soviet Union, which had allied with us, then dropped the GDR, that the Federal Republic was successful.What ignited the fuse on the powder keg in 1989 was the increasing exodus of citizens of the German Democratic Republic to the Federal Republic of Germany. The West used all means available to fuel this. Of course, the appeal of consumerism and free travel played a major role. West German propaganda never tired of claiming that those who left the GDR were voting with their feet against socialism. From 1990 until today, however, there are three million people who moved there from Eastern Germany, although now the same political conditions exist in the East as in the West. Why?In the GDR there was no bloodshed, no civil war, no poverty or misery, all these reasons why today hundreds of thousands of people are leaving their homes in the Middle East or in Africa to flee to Europe.AP: In the West it was referred to as a “peaceful revolution,” but how could a “revolution” have been possible at all in a socialist state?MH: A revolution, as I understand it, is a profound social upheaval aimed at the radical transformation of social relations and the liberation of the masses from exploitation and oppression. In this respect, overcoming the reactionary imperialist relations in Russia in 1917, or the creation of an anti-fascist democratic order in 1945 in the Soviet occupation zone in Germany, were revolutions. Capital was deprived of its power to continue to rule over the people. If a reversal is carried out of the social and production relations that had been overcome earlier, and that’s what happened, that cannot be considered a revolution. It is, on the contrary, a counterrevolution.Let me remind you that the socialist GDR was a guarantee of peace in Europe. It never sent its sons and daughters to war. The Federal Republic of Germany, however, participates in bloody wars that the U.S. and NATO instigate throughout the world. In 1990, the GDR was absorbed into this society, which has caused so much harm in German history. The past was brought back. No one can name that “revolution.”AP: On Nov. 9, 1989, the “anti-fascist protective wall,” the Berlin Wall, as the border was called in the West, fell. Was the wall’s construction in 1961 necessary or was it a mistake?MH: The construction of the “wall” was necessary; otherwise, there would have been war. This was no arbitrary measure by the GDR. This border was a result of World War II, which German imperialism had instigated.This was not simply a state border, however, let alone an internal German border, as it was always called in the West. It was the western border of the Warsaw Pact, the Eastern defense alliance, and the eastern border of NATO. Those were the two most powerful military blocs in the world, which were carrying out a Cold War.The Political Advisory Committee, which was the governing body of the Warsaw Treaty states, decided in the summer of 1961 to close the border in Berlin and the western state border after they decided a military confrontation could no longer be ruled out. I do not think that one can call the prevention of a possible third world war a mistake.AP: What was good in the GDR, and what should the socialist government have done better in order to save the “first socialist state on German soil”?MH: In this state, each person had a place. All children could attend school free of charge. They received vocational training or studied and were guaranteed a job after training. Work was more than just a means to earn money. Men and women received equal pay for equal work and performance. Equality for women was not just on paper. Care for children and the elderly was the law. Medical care was free, cultural and leisure activities affordable. Social security was a matter of course. We knew no beggars or homelessness. There was a sense of solidarity. People felt responsible not only for themselves, but worked in various democratic bodies on the basis of common interests.The GDR was not a paradise. There were defects that complicated daily life, shortcomings in supply and deficiencies in everyday political life. There were decisions made at various levels in which the people concerned were not always included. However, compared with the conditions now prevailing in most capitalist countries, it was close to heaven.AP: Do you remain loyal to Marxism-Leninism and still call yourself a communist, and, if so, why?MH: I not only consider myself one — I am a communist. Loyalty is probably not the appropriate term. Marxism-Leninism is an ideology, a method of investigation to understand the world, the laws according to which it moves, so you can orient yourself in the world. Some believe in a divine will, others in a predetermined fate. We communists are materialists. We follow a scientific outlook, which assumes that the society and everything that arises in it are the work of human beings. Exploitation and oppression are neither divinely ordained, nor are these evils acceptable.We have to fight for a humane, fair, peaceful world, and today that is more urgent than ever. We must refuse to allow that people perish from war, hunger and disease, and that natural resources and the livelihood of the people be depleted or destroyed by ruthless capitalist exploitation, solely for profit. If humanity is to have a future, the power of the banks and corporations must be broken. They will not give up their power voluntarily.Source: www.jungewelt.de/2015/11-11/059.php.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
The month of December revealed some stunning news affecting the U.S. working class, as the impact of the viral pandemic and the capitalist economic crisis continues. The burden of unemployment has fallen on women, especially Black, Latinx, Arab, Asian, Indigenous, im/migrant and low-wage workers. LGBTQ2S+ individuals and people with disabilities are impacted, too.Protest for unemployment benefits, Aug. 20, Philadelphia.In December, a net total of 140,000 jobs were lost due to the declining economy. Notably, it was mainly Black and Latinx women who lost those jobs and more, totaling 156,000 jobs. Some 154,000 Black women left the workforce. Women comprised 56.6% of the laid-off workers, as leisure, retail and hospitality industry bosses cut 498,000 jobs. Women of color — low-paid and lacking benefits — have been disproportionately rendered jobless amid the economic carnage wrought by the pandemic and exacerbated by the capitalist economic crisis.This is how “essential workers” are treated in a capitalist society!Women’s work is largely undervalued and underpaid. This can be seen in education, where women make up three-quarters of the workforce, and in food services, where women hold the preponderance of jobs but many earn the minimum wage or less. In December, the education field lost 62,000 jobs, while 362,000 food service jobs vanished. Business closures and layoffs have occurred primarily in sectors where women are employed, especially Black and Latinx workers. According to a January National Women’s Law Center report, as of Dec. 31, 2020, the unemployment rate for Black and Latinx women workers was at 8.4% and 9.1% respectively. Long-term joblessness is a stunning 40.8% for Black women, 38.3% for Latinx women and 44% for Asian women! (tinyurl.com/y33pgtwo)The pandemic and the burgeoning economic crisis have intensified inequities within the workforce based on nationality, gender, class and immigration status. Workers World newspaper reported on Oct. 15: “The viral disaster has exposed gender bias, wage inequality and systemic racism in employment, severely impacting women workers of color. The pandemic has eliminated many women’s jobs in health care, education and transportation.“Due to ‘occupational segregation,’ many Black and Latinx women toil in the hospitality, food service and retail industry, with low pay and little to no job security or sick pay. Many struggled to make ends meet, even pre-pandemic. These sectors were the hardest hit by COVID-19. Shutdowns, layoffs, even business collapses occurred.”Women’s participation in the workforce had grown to 50% by January 2020, with 59% of Black women and 58% of Latinx women employed. But the pandemic halted this progress. Some 2.1 million women left the workforce between February and December. And 5.4 million jobs held by women — or two in five of their jobs lost in the spring — have not returned. Women comprise 55% of the net job losses since COVID-19 hit the U.S.Rich get richer, workers struggleWhile the rich have gotten richer during the pandemic, the working class has had to struggle, facing a myriad of crises for nearly a year. Millions of workers, disproportionately Black and Latinx, have been rendered jobless. Due to systemic racism, workers of color are being rehired at half the rate of white workers. Evictions loom. Hunger is growing.The lack of government-provided childcare presents another crisis for those who have low-wage “essential” service jobs and cannot work from home. With many schools and daycare centers closed, many women have quit their jobs or cut their hours to tend to their children. The economic impact on these women could last for years. They are rightfully worried about the future and whether conditions will improve or worsen.The Economic Policy Institute says 9.8 million jobs have disappeared since February 2020. The think tank stated Jan. 14 that 26.8 million workers are now jobless or have experienced a cut in hours or wages due to the pandemic. (tinyurl.com/y3blh3qj)More pain is on the horizon for the working class. Some 1.2 million unemployment claims were filed in the first week in January, an increase of 300,000 from the prior week. This signals that companies are terminating employees due to the surging virus. The twin crises of COVID and the capitalist economy are not going away. WW PHOTO: Joe PietteFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Previous articleAgriculture Could be Left Out of Next Stimulus PackageNext articleChina Still Short on Phase 1 Commitments Ashley Davenport Facebook Twitter SHARE By Ashley Davenport – Sep 7, 2020 Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News If China Is Rebuilding Their Hog Herd, Why Did They Import So… Audio Playerhttps://www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2020/09/KS-9-3.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The hog complex has seen multiple days of impressive gains this week. In USDA’s latest export sales report, net sales of pork totaled more than 53,000 metric tons. That’s the second highest of the calendar year to date. 54 percent of that went to China.According to Karl Setzer of AgriVisor, China has been purchasing all the pork they can from the U.S. and Brazil.“Brazil just can’t get pork out like the U.S. can,” he said. “We’ve got this huge backlog of hogs that we’ve got to get through and our cold storage is big. It’s been exactly what that entire hog complex needs.”There have been plenty of reports that China is rebuilding their hog herd after African swine fever (ASF) ravaged half their herd. Setzer said China has auctioned roughly 500,000 metric tons of pork out of their governmental reserves.“I have a feeling the Chinese thought their hog herd would be a lot further along in the rebuilding process than what it currently is,” he said. “They have added a lot of hogs, their numbers are growing, but they’re not growing fast enough. All of a sudden you catch wind there’s been another outbreak of ASF.”China has launched the “Clean Plate Campaign.” BBC reported this was in response to food waste from the pandemic. Setzer is skeptical that it’s about eliminating food waste.“China is telling us there’s not a food shortage, but yet something doesn’t add up,” he said. “China is rebuilding their hog herd, but they’re not building it fast enough to meet their demand.”Smaller Chinese pork producers are moving to urban areas to get away from the issues that helped contribute to the ASF outbreak. With all these people now having to buy their own pork, it’s been tough on infrastructure.“It snowballed quick,” said Setzer. “I’ve got a feeling this Chinese pork demand we’re seeing is probably going to last at least another year, maybe 18 months. This has given hogs a bit more support.”Setzer talks more about pork exports and cattle prices in the full audio in the player above. If China Is Rebuilding Their Hog Herd, Why Did They Import So Much US Pork?
Business News Community News Pasadena Tournament of Roses 2018 President Lance Tibbet announced 20 of the 22 marching bands that will participate in the 129th Rose Parade presented by Honda, themed “Making a Difference.” The bands will travel to Pasadena from across the United States and around the world, including Australia, Canada, Japan and Panama. The two bands not yet announced will be from the universities competing in the 104th Rose Bowl Game® presented by Northwestern Mutual, which will serve as a College Football Playoff Semifinal. They will be added to the lineup when those schools are determined.The 20 bands announced today are (listed alphabetically by name):Air Academy High School – Air Academy High School Marching Band(USAF Academy, CO)Albertville High School – Albertville High School “Aggie” Band(Albertville, AL)Australia’s Marching Koalas(Dangar, New South Wales, Australia)Banda De Música Herberto López – Colegio José Daniel Crespo(Chitré, Herrera, Republic of Panamá)City of Burlington – Burlington Teen Tour Band(Burlington, Ontario, Canada)Homestead High School – Homestead High School Mighty Mustang Marching Band(Cupertino, CA)Kyoto Tachibana High School – Kyoto Tachibana High School Green Band(Kyoto, Japan)Los Angeles Unified School District – All District High School Honor Band(Los Angeles, CA)Lindbergh High School – Lindbergh “Spirit of St. Louis” Marching Band(St. Louis, MO)Londonderry High School – Londonderry High School Marching Band & Color Guard(Londonderry, NH)Louisburg High School – Louisburg High School Marching Wildcat Band(Louisburg, KS)Pasadena City College Tournament of Roses Honor Band & Herald Trumpets(Pasadena, CA)Pennsbury High School – Pennsbury High School “Long Orange Line” Marching Band(Fairless Hills, PA)Ronald Reagan High School – Ronald Reagan High School Band(San Antonio, TX)Santiago High School – The BOSS (Bands of Santiago Sharks)(Corona, CA)The Salvation Army Tournament of Roses Band(Los Angeles, CA)“The Commandant’s Own” The United States Marine Drum & Bugle Corps(Washington, DC)United States Marine Corps West Coast Composite Band –MCAS Miramar, MCRD San Diego and Camp Pendleton, CAUniversity of Massachusetts – University of Massachusetts Minuteman Marching Band(Amherst, MA)Westlake High School – Westlake High School Marching Thunder(Saratoga Springs, UT)Bands are selected by the Tournament of Roses based on a variety of criteria including musicianship, marching ability and entertainment or special interest value. In order to be considered, band representatives submitted detailed applications, which included photos, video footage and letters of recommendation. Bands are required to raise all necessary funds for travel and accommodations. In addition to marching in the five-and-a-half-mile Rose Parade on New Year’s Day, bands also perform in one of three Bandfest events scheduled for December 29 and 30, 2017 at Pasadena City College.Band applications for the 2019 Rose Parade will be available on the Tournament of Roses website in spring 2017.About the Pasadena Tournament of Roses®The Tournament of Roses is a volunteer organization that annually hosts America’s New Year Celebration® with the Rose Parade® presented by Honda, the Rose Bowl Game® presented by Northwestern Mutual and a variety of accompanying events. 935 volunteer members of the association will drive the success of 129th Rose Parade themed “Making a Difference,” on Monday, January 1, 2018, followed by the 104th Rose Bowl Game, which will serve as a College Football Playoff Semifinal. For more information, visit www.tournamentofroses.com. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. 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Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson By News Highland – March 15, 2010 Previous articleSt.Patricks National School in Drumkeen vandalised overnightNext articlePhone calls to the Donegal County Council switchboard are not being answered today News Highland Twitter WhatsApp 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today Pinterest NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Twitter News Work finally begins on Milford improvements Facebook WhatsApp Google+ Google+ Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Pinterest Work has begun on the long awaited urban renewal programme in Milford.Donegal County Council says the work is now underway today, and will take six months to complete.Olivia Gallon is a project manager with the council’s Urban & Village Renewal Section – She’s been outlining what’s involved…….[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/olivia3.mp3[/podcast]
RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Dumping of pallets in green spaces sparks concern Twitter WhatsApp Previous article‘Worrying amount’ not wearing seatbelts in Strabane areaNext articleFurther calls for urgent review of speed limits in Muff News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th By News Highland – August 8, 2019 Google+ DL Debate – 24/05/21 Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Facebook Harps come back to win in Waterford Twitter Google+ Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction The discarding of wooden pallets across Derry ahead of August 15th bonfires has led to calls on businesses to increase security measures. Efforts are being made to remove a pile of wooden pallets that have been discarded on green spaces along the Northland and Glen Road areas of Derry.It’s believed that they may have been stolen with businesses; especially those in local Industrial estates being urged to increase security or store pallets more securely.Local Councillor Mickey Cooper says a collective approach is needed to make to prevent this from happening again:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/mickbhgfhgfhey1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
n 1955 some 3000 Crabeater Seals Lobodon carcinophagus wintered on the sea‐ice of the Crown Prince Gustav Channel. The seals, most of which were young, were ten times more numerous in 1955 than is normal in winter. Most of the animals died in the spring from a contagious disease whose effect was probably increased by crowding and partial starvation. Its exact nature was not elucidated, but a virus infection is likely. The average mortality was 85 per cent but in places the figure was 97 per cent. Although the population was observed before, during and after the normal pupping season, no live births but only abortions were recorded. Some abortions were found three weeks before any adult mortality or any sign of disease. It is unlikely that the epidemic had any appreciable effect on the total number of Crabeater Seals in Antarctica. The disease did not spread to the intermingled Weddell Seals Leptonychotes weddelli; diseased meat was eaten by dogs and by man with no ill effects.
View post tag: Royal Navy HMS Enterprise hands over SNMCMG2 flagship role to FGS Rhein Authorities July 9, 2018 Royal Navy’s HMS Enterprise concluded a year-long stint with NATO’s Standing Mine Countermeasures Group 2, handing over the flagship role to German Navy tender FGS Rhein.The Royal Navy survey ship concluded her deployment in a change of command ceremony in Souda Bay, Crete, on July 6.Enterprise led SNMCMG2 as it trained with navies in the Mediterranean and Black Seas in both the art of hunting mines and disaster relief and search and rescue missions.With a battle staff under Commander Justin Haines embarked, Enterprise has directed six major exercises, visited 40 ports, helped locate four WW2-era mines, worked with scientists to further the use of unmanned technology in finding objects underwater, and worked with around a dozen NATO and foreign navies.Command of the mine warfare group is now with Fregattenkapitän Frank Maginsky and his flagship FGS Rhein.“It has been an immense privilege to command a multi-national task force with outstanding people at its heart,” said SNMCMG2 Commander Justin Haines as the NATO flag was passed to the Deutsche Marine.Enterprise is now preparing to return to the UK before the end of the month. View post tag: SNMCMG2 View post tag: German Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today HMS Enterprise hands over SNMCMG2 flagship role to FGS Rhein Share this article
March 12, 2014: WednesdayCalls for service: 78Motor Vehicle Stops: 27Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 14Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 4 fire and 4 EMS callsWarrant, 3100 block Simpson Ave., one in custody, at 10:04amHarassment, 800 block Wesley Ave., at 12:42pmDomestic violence, 1200 block Asbury Ave., at 8:26pm March 15, 2014: Saturday Calls for service: 109Motor Vehicle Stops: 39Motor Vehicle Accidents: 2Property Checks: 27Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 5 fire and 5 EMS callsDisorderly conduct, 800 block St. Charles Pl., at 2:33amMotor vehicle accident, hit & run, Rt. 52, at 10:36amTheft, 900 block 1st Street, at 11:11amMotor vehicle accident, hit 7 run, 10th St. & Asbury Ave., at 12:49pmTheft, 1200 block Asbury Ave., at 3:54pmDomestic violence, 900 block Pleasure Ave., at 6:33pm March 11, 2014: TuesdayCalls for service: 84Motor Vehicle Stops: 29Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 20Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 4 fire and 2 EMS callsWarrant, 1400 block Ocean Ave., one in custody, at 9:21amFraud, 2200 block Bay Ave., at 11:26amCDS, 400 block Wesley Ave., at 7:15pmFraud, 800 block Wesley Ave., at 10:00pmWarrant, 800 block Wesley Ave., one in custody, at 10:48pm March 14, 2014: FridayCalls for service: 65Motor Vehicle Stops: 23Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 18Alarms: 0The Police Department assisted with 5 fire and 7 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 1200 block West Ave., at 12:02pmTrespassing, 1100 block Simpson Ave., at 2:49pmWarrant, 3400 block Haven Ave., at 4:55pmCDS, 1000 block Asbury Ave., at 8:25pm OCEAN CITY POLICE SUMMARIZED WEEK’S ACTIVITIESMarch 9 – March 15, 2014Calls for Service: 550Daily Average: 78 March 9, 2014: SundayCalls for service: 61Motor Vehicle Stops: 18Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 18Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 5 Fire and 4 EMS callsWarrant, 1400 block Wesley Ave., one in custody, at 9:01amMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 100 block 34th St., at 10:28amTheft, 600 block 6th St., at 3:00pmTheft, 600 block Wesley Ave., at 3:45pm March 13, 2014: ThursdayCalls for service: 81Motor Vehicle Stops: 39Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 10Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 1 fire and 2 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 14th St. & West Ave., at 4:00pmBurglary, unit block Bay Ave., at 4:30pmBurglary, 900 block Pleasure Ave., at 7:01pm PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:Just a reminder that it is a violation of a City Ordinance to have dogs on the boardwalk anytime during the year.City Ordinance 87-17sec.4-32 prohibits any Boat/Trailer over 22 feet in overall length from being parked on a city street. Any boat/trailer less than 22 feet in overall length can only remain on a city street for three consecutive days. Officers will be issuing summons and towing boats/trailers for any observed violations. Ocean City Police Department March 10, 2014: Monday Calls for service: 71Motor Vehicle Stops: 27Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 17Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 6 Fire and 5 EMS callsBurglary, 300 block West Ave., at 8:25am