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Charlotte Symphony Orchestra BRIEF DESCRIPTIONThe Guest Communications Manager provides ticketing services, exemplary customer service and works in tandem with the Marketing department to ensure seamless communications with Charlotte Symphony customers. The Client Communications Manager is a key member of the front line staff, interacting with clients on a daily basis and responding to their needs. …

Editor’s Note: Rep. Lynn Dickinson, R-St. Albans Town is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Vermont State Colleges System, which includes the Community College of Vermont, Castleton University, Northern Vermont University, and Vermont Technical College. The Vermont State College System has embraced a revolutionary system-wide transformation so that we can continue to serve …

The Spectrum is committed to providing local government coverage in southern Utah and has sent out a questionnaire to several city candidates for municipal elections. For Santa Clara, there is only one candidate for mayor: Rick T. Rosenburg. We sent him one even if he presented himself without objection. Here are his answers. Rick T. …

The recent spate of unusual criminal incidents underscores the importance of the police and the role they play in our communities. First, Steuben County Police were called to investigate the death of Wilma Ball, 82, at her Lake James residence, which was determined to be stabbing homicide. Officers have yet to make an arrest in …

The idea of ​​a global institution has captivated thinkers since Immanuel Kant in the 18th century. But a body set up to create and maintain world peace and security needs the right people to make it work. When the United Nations was established in 1945, old sentiments – seen in the dissolved League of Nations …

The Bramble Park Zoo has been an important part of Watertown since 1912. What started as an extensive collection of pheasants donated by Frank Bramble is now home to hundreds of reptiles, rodents, big cats and marsupials. With so many mouths to feed, the zoo needed to build a facility where animal keepers could cook …

The Hiawatha National Forest has repealed the current forestry ordinance which restricted the construction, maintenance, participation or use of a fire or campfire except those in the forest service which provided and maintained rings of fire and prohibited the use of charcoal barbecues (forestry ordinance R9-10-21-02). These Stage 1 fire restrictions are lifted due to …

Ian McAlister, Managing Director, CRS Technologies. Contrary to popular belief, migrating to a digital payroll solution isn’t just about copying and pasting data in a cloud environment. According to Ian McAlister, CEO of CRS Technologies, there are system-wide dependencies to consider, especially when it comes to accessing databases and other dynamic information. The importance of …

Industry leader and solar inverter game changers FIMER have announced the launch of two new platforms in the large-scale photovoltaic sector. The high power stringer inverter, featuring multi-MPPT and modular conversion capability, is designed to meet the demands of decentralized and centralized applications. The innovation also covers 100 percent of utility applications. The latest renewable …

Three words that can turn a CIO’s heart to stone are modernization of the legacy system. Too often the concept refers to a labor-intensive and energy-absorbing effort to redesign applications that were architected in the early 2000s – if not earlier – into something akin to 21st century performance and user experience (UX). The result …