Governor’s Advisory Council Seeks to Fill Opening on Fish and Boat Commission

first_img Environment,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – The Governor’s Advisory Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation is seeking qualified candidates to fill an expired term on the board of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission from the Third District, which includes Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk, Jefferson, McKean and Potter counties.The district has been represented with distinction by William J. Sabatose, of Brockport, Elk County, since December 9, 1987.“The Governor is reaching out to the anglers and boaters of northcentral Pennsylvania to find a diverse group of qualified applicants, one of which will fill the expired term of Commissioner Sabatose,” said Robb Miller, director of the advisory council.  “We’re encouraging anyone interested in volunteering on the board to send us a letter that describes their qualifications and experience, along with a copy of their professional resume.”According to the Fish and Boat Code, in order to qualify as a commissioner, the applicant must be a resident of the district and be well informed on the subjects of conservation, restoration, fishing, and boating. The term of service is four years and members may serve three consecutive terms upon being nominated by the Governor and confirmed by a majority of members of the Pennsylvania Senate.While commissioners are not compensated, they do receive a travel reimbursement.Individuals interested in applying for this seat should send the aforementioned materials to Robb Miller, 400 Market Street, 7th Floor, Harrisburg, PA 17101-2301. Individuals can also email the information to Robb Miller at resumes and cover letters must be received by Monday, December 5th.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Governor’s Advisory Council Seeks to Fill Opening on Fish and Boat Commission November 14, 2016center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Ad Diriyah Formula E EPrix BMW Nabs First Gen 2 Pole

first_img964 Jerome D’ AmbrosioMahindra Racing1’19.0771.349 1517 Gary PaffettHWA Racelab1’19.9292.201 1322 Oliver RowlandNissan e.Dams1’19.7552.027 423 Sebastien BuemiNissan e.Dams1’18.2690.541 BMW: Formula E “Favorite” Tag Is Just Audi Smokescreen 55 Stoffel VandoorneHWA Racelab1’18.4900.762 216 Maximilian GüntherGeox Dragon1’21.8834.155 Cla#DriverTeamTimeGap 84 Robin FrijnsEnvision Virgin Racing1’19.0361.308 1919 Felipe MassaVenturi Formula E Team1’20.4072.679 2294 Felix RosenqvistMahindra Racing1’23.0375.309 Qualifying was organised into two groups instead of the usual four, with NIO’s Tom Dillmann taking to the track early in the first 15-minute session.The drivers were only permitted to complete one qualifying run as per the regulations – out-lap, a 200kW sighting tour, 250kW flying lap, in-lap – but Dillmann ran solidly for 10 minutes before putting his flying lap in.He therefore topped the early running with a 1m17.893s, but was immediately placed under investigation for not respecting the qualifying format.The rest of group one – which included the top five finishers in the 2017/18 championship per the expected qualifying format for the first race of the year – hit the track, led by Dragon’s Jose Maria Lopez, with just under five minutes of the first segment remaining.Lopez failed to better Dillmann’s effort, but da Costa did, with a 1m17.728s.Sebastien Buemi wound up fourth, with Jean-Eric Vergne and Lucas di Grassi finishing towards the end of the first 11 runners.The group B runners took to the track after a 10-minute gap, with a more even split in when they appeared.Gary Paffett and Oliver Rowland went out after a few minutes, but both had moments on their 250kW laps – with the latter appearing to clip the barrier at the exit of Turn 1 – and did not trouble the front runners.Shortly after Oliver Turvey posted his 250kW effort, ex-Formula 1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne slotted into fifth place.Just as DS Techeetah driver Andre Lotterer was completing his flying lap, red flags came out after Maximillian Gunther (Dragon) stopped on the flowing left of Turn 7 with what appeared to be a damaged left-front corner of his car.After a lengthy delay, the drivers – including Lotterer – who had had been on-track before the stoppage, were allowed to re-run their 250kW efforts.Lotterer ended up as the second-fastest group B runner, 10th overall behind Vandoorne, Bird, Vergne, Robin Frijns and Jerome D’Ambrosio.While Lotterer was able to get a clean 250kW effort in, several drivers, including Alexander Sims, Felipe Massa and Jaguars Mitch Evans and Nelson Piquet Jr appeared to have theirs disrupted by a late Felix Rosenqvist crash.In the dying moments of the session, Rosenqvist clipped the outside wall approaching the final corner and went into the barriers at speed at the edge of the turn, nose-first.With the Mahindra Racing driver stopped at the final right-hander, a red flag was briefly shown by a marshal situated near the incident, but a full stoppage was not called by race control.The drivers following Rosenqvist therefore crossed the line for the final time in qualifying after passing the accident.Evans finished 11th, while Sims ended up 17th, with Massa and Piquet bringing up the rear of the field ahead of Gunther and Rosenqvist, both of who did not set a 250kW lap.Rowland, Turvey, Paffett and Mortara filled positions 13-16, with Audi’s Daniel Abt ending up as the lowest-placed group A runner in P18. 62 Sam BirdEnvision Virgin Racing1’18.5110.783 BMW Andretti’s Antonio Felix da Costa topped a delayed, revamped and disrupted ABB FIA Formula E qualifying session for the Ad Diriyah E-Prix. 128 Antonio Felix da CostaBMW i Andretti Motorsport1’17.728 37 Jose Maria LopezGeox Dragon1’18.1130.385 28 Tom DillmannNIO Formula E team1’17.8930.165center_img 1220 Mitch EvansPanasonic Jaguar Racing1’19.7121.984 1111 Lucas di GrassiAudi Sport ABT Schaeffler1’19.5271.799 After wet weather cancelled the planned FP1 and FP2 sessions, qualifying took place just a short while after a hastily rescheduled practice run did occur.More Formula E News Source: Electric Vehicle News 725 Jean-Eric VergneDS Techeetah Formula E Team1’18.5710.843 1416 Oliver TurveyNIO Formula E team1’19.9122.184 1866 Daniel AbtAudi Sport ABT Schaeffler1’20.3852.657 1727 Alexander SimsBMW i Andretti Motorsport1’20.3672.639 203 Nelson Piquet JrPanasonic Jaguar Racing1’21.4893.761 1648 Edoardo MortaraVenturi Formula E Team1’20.3302.602 Driver Says No To Formula 1 After Joining Formula E 1036 Andre LottererDS Techeetah Formula E Team1’19.3171.589 Provisional qualifying results: Agag Moves From CEO To Chairman Role For Formula E Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on December 15, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more