Pinterest Previous articleA SHARP LIFE: And the band played onNext articlePERRYMAN: Keeping the Texas economy on track admin By admin – March 18, 2018 Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Local News WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Twitter Collin Sewell talks about new businesses that will be coming to Parks Legado in 2019. The West Texas Food Bank is partnering with Sims & Guess, Realtors through the months of March and April, with $20 being donated to the food bank for every house sold by Realtors from Sims & Guess, the West Texas Food Bank announced Friday.Since the food bank can provide four meals with every dollar donated, each donation would bring about 80 meals for area neighbors in need, the West Texas Food Bank said in its release.“With the price of oil shooting back up, and the influx of new residents to the Permian Basin, we could not be more excited to partner with Sims & Guess who is finding homes for all these people,” said Libby Campbell, the West Texas Food Bank’s executive director, via the release. “The donation for every home sold will serve as a reminder to all those finding themselves in new homes that there are others less fortunate in our community, and the very act of purchasing a new home will help get our neighbors fed.”The food bank also announced the total donation will be presented at a food drive at the Sims & Guess building on May 12. Realtor group partners with West Texas Food Bank
Oxford’s Salsa Society has fought allegations of dissatisfaction with its President, while a hacker highjacked the society’s mailing list with members receiving a torrent of abusive emails. OUSS Committee members have rallied behind their President. Eva- Maria Dimitriadis said that accusations made by Suraya Jina, who recently resigned as Treasurer, that President Mark Vincon had ruined the Society by running it as a dictatorship were entirely false. Dimitritriadis in fact claimed that Jina had lost power after the committee was re-organised to make it more democratic. She said Vincon was popular within the society and had been an “excellent and extremely accommodating” President. But, in the fallout to the allegations, a hacker broke into the society’s mailing list and sent members a series of foul-mouthed messages under the President’s name warning them not to read the article in The OxStu in which the accusations were made. Responses to this resulted in members receiving almost 200 emails. After the society’s unsuccessful attempts to shut down the list, Oxford’s Computing Services had to withdraw it and are currently attempting to trace the computer from which the hacker operated. A new mailing list is being set-up and members have been sent a profuse apology.ARCHIVE: 5th week TT 2004
HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) recently launched Business Payment Support Service (BPSS) has already enabled 25,000 businesses to delay paying more than £429m worth of tax, according to the government. The service, launched in November 2008, gives businesses the opportunity to pay all their HMRC taxes, including PAYE, National Insurance Contributions and VAT, through timetables they can afford. It was set up to help those in business or who are self-employed, and who are experiencing temporary financial problems.Financial Secretary to the Treasury Stephen Timms MP has urged businesses facing financial difficulty to speak to an HMRC adviser. “A short phone call could save hard working businesses time and money,” he said.A total of 44,500 phone calls have been received since the service’s launch, from businesses wanting advice, or requesting a ‘time to pay’ arrangement. The BPSS can be contacted on 0845 302 1435 from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and from 8am to 4pm at weekends, or for more information visit www.hmrc.gov.uk/pbr2008/business-payment.htm.