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AJGA’s PGA West Junior Championship tees off this week in La Quinta

The American Junior Golf Association is holding the Inaugural PGA West Junior Championship this week in La Quinta.Some of the world’s best junior golfers will be competing on the PGA West Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course, one of the three courses that Tour players play for the American Express Golf Tournament. It’s a star-studded field that has seen great talent before and tournament officials are excited to have it right here in our valley.Tournament Director, Libby Burroughs was ecstatic to have it at PGA West for ...

The American Junior Golf Association is holding the Inaugural PGA West Junior Championship this week in La Quinta.

Some of the world’s best junior golfers will be competing on the PGA West Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course, one of the three courses that Tour players play for the American Express Golf Tournament. It’s a star-studded field that has seen great talent before and tournament officials are excited to have it right here in our valley.

Tournament Director, Libby Burroughs was ecstatic to have it at PGA West for the first time, saying, “We’re going to have 78 of the world’s best junior golfers plan on the same course as the pros are very excited for the opportunity to be out here there.”

But, Burroughs says it also plays to a bigger goal of the AJGA.

“So our mission is we’re dedicated to the overall growth of men and women that are trying to earn college golf scholarships. So we use these opportunities to come out to different parts of the country, and just let them showcase their game so that they get recognized by different college coaches. So it’s very special for us to be able to come out and host an event at a PGA Tour venue and provide our juniors with the opportunity to challenge their game at this course and prove why they deserve to go to college,” says Burroughs.

SoCal Natives like Rickie Fowler, Collin Morikawa, and Xander Schauffele have all seen success on the AJGA, before heading to the Tour. And as Burroughs says, it’s all apart of the greater mission by the organization.

“I think that’s something that we pride ourselves on a lot of the PGA Tour pros began their junior golf career with the American Junior Golf Association. So they’ve come through our organization through college, and then are now professionals. So all of our juniors they’ve seen who’s come before them and they just want to follow in their footsteps and continue to be the best golfers in the world,” says Burroughs.

These junior golfers will tee off between 6:30am-8:30am Tuesday morning for their practice round.

The 54-hole event tees off bright and early on Wednesday.

Matthews deserves historic Hart, Bunting nomination recognition enough

Auston Matthews would could become the first Maple Leaf to win the Hart since 1955 but Michael Bunting is likely to miss out on the Calder Trophy.OMAR: The NHL Awards are here. And there are two Leafs who can walk away with a trophy. Auston Matthews is nominated for both the Hart and the Ted Lindsay, whereas my boy Michael J. Bunting is nominated for the Calder, which a lot of Detroit fans are still angry about, which makes me laugh.All kidding aside, it doesn't matter. It's fine. You have Seider, he's awesome. He's great....

Auston Matthews would could become the first Maple Leaf to win the Hart since 1955 but Michael Bunting is likely to miss out on the Calder Trophy.

OMAR: The NHL Awards are here. And there are two Leafs who can walk away with a trophy. Auston Matthews is nominated for both the Hart and the Ted Lindsay, whereas my boy Michael J. Bunting is nominated for the Calder, which a lot of Detroit fans are still angry about, which makes me laugh.

All kidding aside, it doesn't matter. It's fine. You have Seider, he's awesome. He's great.

How many awards are the Leafs actually going to walk away from, three, two, or one? For the most part, a lot of us think that it's only going to be the one. Now, if I can use my whole Maple Leafs Nation, passion, hive mind thing, I think a lot of us agree that Matthews is likely going to win the Hart. Hart Trophy goes to the player most valuable to their team by definition.

Auston Matthews scored 60 goals this year. I mean, that's pretty sick. Yes, scoring was up throughout the entire league. There were a lot of players who hit the 50-goal mark. But Matthews is the only one who hit 60. And that is no easy thing to do in today's NHL, where goalies are as best as they've ever been.

Now, I think besides the goal scoring as well, his play away from the puck-- the way that he chases down plays and he's determined to get the puck back actually led to a lot more scoring chances that he was able to finish on. So I think there are a lot of things that go in Matthews' favor.

And another thing to keep in mind, the Hart Trophy is a regular season award. So yes, Connor McDavid was sick in the playoffs. But the Hart Trophy is a regular season award.

Now, does Igor Shesterkin walk away from it? He has, actually, a pretty solid case as well, considering what he was able to do on the Rangers. But I do think that Matthews takes this one.

Now, the Ted Lindsay, which goes to the best player as voted by the rest of the players in the NHL, that one might be a little tricky. I could see that one going to McDavid because it's Connor McDavid. And I think it's tough to argue about a lot of the things that other players do come second to what McDavid is doing. So I think the Hart works out pretty well.

$93.2M capitalized for development of Charlotte multi-housing community

CHARLOTTE, June 15, 2022 – JLL Capital Markets announced that it has arranged $28 million in equity and arranged a $65.2 million construction loan for The Joinery Phase II, a two-building, 361-unit, mid-rise multi-housing development with 17,384 square feet of ground-floor retail in Charlotte, North Carolina.JLL worked on behalf of the sponsors, Space Craft and Swinerton, to arrange equity on CrowdStreet, the leading online real estate investing platform. Over 480 individual investors on CrowdStreet participated in the eq...

CHARLOTTE, June 15, 2022 – JLL Capital Markets announced that it has arranged $28 million in equity and arranged a $65.2 million construction loan for The Joinery Phase II, a two-building, 361-unit, mid-rise multi-housing development with 17,384 square feet of ground-floor retail in Charlotte, North Carolina.

JLL worked on behalf of the sponsors, Space Craft and Swinerton, to arrange equity on CrowdStreet, the leading online real estate investing platform. Over 480 individual investors on CrowdStreet participated in the equity offering. JLL also worked on behalf of the sponsors to secure the construction loan through Benefit Street Partners.

“The Joinery Phase II swiftly hit the fundraising goal in less than two days, with investors offering more than the $28 million that was needed to fully fund the project,” said Jesse Maas, Managing Director of CrowdStreet. “The success of the equity offering signals the enthusiasm and growing momentum around Space Craft’s concept: mixed-use buildings designed for density and walkability that create more vibrant neighborhoods. The project taps into a high demand for housing that reflects the changing preferences and needs of Charlotte residents.”

“Charlotte overall has tremendous growth potential,” Maas said. “Phase I of this project already has demonstrated success, and demand appears strong for Phase II. The residential and retail development is transit-oriented, located in a highly desirable submarket. The strong partnership between Space Craft and Swinerton brings to bear the best of local development capability with national construction industry expertise. Coupled with a favorable land basis, many investors on CrowdStreet found the opportunity very attractive.”

“We are thrilled for the support we have received from investors and grateful for a rewarding partnership with JLL Capital Markets” said Harrison Tucker, CEO and Co-founder of Space Craft. “This funding will allow us to advance our vision to build vibrant, open, walkable communities that redefine the urban landscape of Charlotte, while setting the foundation to grow pedestrian-friendly development across regions.”

With a completion date of 2023, The Joinery Phase II will feature studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units with exposed wood ceilings, laminate hardwood floors, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, extensive window coverage and an average size of 629 square feet. Community amenities include street-facing retail, rooftop patio with views of uptown, courtyard with native planting, fitness room in each building, coworking space with coffee/breakfast nook and electric car share and e-bike share dedicated for resident use. The retail floor will offer a unique mix of boutiques, coffee shops, neighborhood services and local businesses.

Located at 1816 N. Brevard St. and 420 E. 22nd St., the property is situated between the Optimist Park and NoDa submarkets, more broadly known as the Mill District. The Mill District neighborhood will offer residents of the community convenient walkability to numerous shops and dining options, including Optimist Hall and Lintmen's Dining Hall. The community is also one block from Charlotte's Lynx Blue Line Parkwood station, providing easy travel via the light rail to the job opportunities and entertainment in Uptown and South End.

The Charlotte market is 15th overall and 12th for multi-housing investment on CrowdStreet’s “Best Places to Invest in 2022” ranking for private equity real estate in the U.S.

The JLL Capital Markets Debt Advisory Team representing the borrower was led by Senior Managing Director Travis Anderson, Managing Director Cory Fowler, Director Warren Johnson and Analyst Ryan Pride.

“The borrower has designed a product that will truly differentiate itself within the Charlotte market and will be an excellent complement to Joinery Phase I,” Fowler said. “Space Craft has done a phenomenal job of putting together a business plan that is thoughtful, creative and caters to the growing demand of technology-based renters. Furthermore, the project’s location adjacent to the Parkwood station will provide tenants a transit-oriented home with access to some of the largest and fastest growing employment bases in the MSA.”

JLL Capital Markets is a full-service global provider of capital solutions for real estate investors and occupiers. The firm's in-depth local market and global investor knowledge delivers the best-in-class solutions for clients — whether investment and sales advisory, debt advisory, equity advisory or a recapitalization. The firm has more than 3,000 Capital Markets specialists worldwide with offices in nearly 50 countries.

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JLL (NYSE: JLL) is a leading professional services firm that specializes in real estate and investment management. JLL shapes the future of real estate for a better world by using the most advanced technology to create rewarding opportunities, amazing spaces and sustainable real estate solutions for our clients, our people and our communities. JLL is a Fortune 500 company with annual revenue of $19.4 billion, operations in over 80 countries and a global workforce of more than 100,000 as of March 31, 2022. JLL is the brand name, and a registered trademark, of Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated. For further information, visit jll.com.

Building walkable neighborhoods for city lovers, Space Craft lives where beautiful design meets function. Space Craft is a mission-driven real estate development company co-founded by Harrison Tucker, a Charlotte native, and a team of creative thinkers, developers and urbanists that are driven by creating thoughtful solutions for urban living. Their first project, The Joinery opened this spring in Charlotte, NC. For more information, please visit spacecraft.city.

Swinerton provides commercial construction and construction management services throughout the United States. Founded in 1888, Swinerton is 100% employee-owned and is the preferred builder and trusted partner in every market it serves—proudly leading with integrity, passion, and excellence. Swinerton is headquartered in Concord, CA with regional offices in Charlotte and Raleigh, NC; Spokane and Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; Sacramento, San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Clara, Los Angeles, Santa Ana, and San Diego, CA; Honolulu, HI; Denver, CO; Dallas and Austin, TX; Atlanta, GA; and New York City, NY. For more information please visit: swinerton.com.

CrowdStreet, the leading online real estate investing platform, provides individual investors direct access to a diverse range of institutional-quality private equity real estate investment opportunities, and sponsors with a highly efficient way to tap the retail market to raise capital and manage investor relations. The CrowdStreet investor community has committed $3.3 billion in investment dollars on the platform. For more information, visit crowdstreet.com.

City of Fowler working to fix over 1,000 water faulty meters

FOWLER, Calif. (FOX26 News) — Back in May, about 1,050 customers in the City of Fowler might've noticed their water bills seemed off.The City sent a letter out to each household explaining their water meter didn't properly register water usage, so the billing for the month would be estimated based on the previous month's usage.That issue continued for the next billing cycle, ...

FOWLER, Calif. (FOX26 News) — Back in May, about 1,050 customers in the City of Fowler might've noticed their water bills seemed off.

The City sent a letter out to each household explaining their water meter didn't properly register water usage, so the billing for the month would be estimated based on the previous month's usage.

That issue continued for the next billing cycle, however.

Councilmember Mejia said he started noticing people talking more and more about the issue in various community social media groups, so he started looking into the problem.

“We currently have three different water meters in the City of Fowler," explained Councilmember Mejia. "We have some older manual read-only water meters; we have the First Gen Smart Meter; then we have the most current Smart Meters that we’re installing now with all our new subdivisions and our retro-fits. The issue we had was with the First Gen Smart Meters. That is when the data collector failed and they were not able to be read.”

In July, the City had to send another letter. This one explained that when the City installed a new data collector to register water usage, bills were sent out for the previous three months, even though people had already paid their estimated usage bills.

“As soon as we found out what happened, we started adjusting all the accounts manually," said Fowler Public Works Director Dario Dominguez. "So it took several weeks, because it’s one person doing the whole work.”

Jorge Alvarado was one of the customers affected.

“Frankly, it’s a pain," said Alvarado. "Because we get this unexpected bill and it’s only after the fact that we get any kind of notice saying, ‘It’s because of this.’"

But Alvarado says this has been going on for more like seven months, not three like the City says. He added that when he first contacted Public Works, they told him over the phone that the issue might be a leak or a running toilet.

"I realize I’m not a plumber, but I feel like I can tell the difference if there’s a leaky seal or if it’s draining improperly," said Alvarado. “When they reached out and said, ‘Hey, listen, there’s been an issue with the billing because of the faulty equipment, as far as the readings.’ Okay, that makes sense, but everything always seems to be very reactionary.”

The City got things up and running again, but expects the problem will eventually repeat.

“It’s a temporary fix. This is buying us the time to work on a long-term fix," said Councilmember Mejia. "That long-term fix is replacement of those thousand meters. It’s urgent to us to fix for our residents and that is something that we are going to tackle in the next city council meeting.”

Now, the battle is trying to get that long-term fix in place before people see further issues with their bills. The City says it's working hard to make that happen.

“The smart meters are going to be discontinued by the end of the year, so we’re trying to replace those first. It’s going to take time," said Dominguez. "We do ask for the public to be patient. We’re being proactive."

The City Council is working out different plans for how to replace all the meters and how to pay for it.

“It’ll take some time, but I’m pretty optimistic that we’re going to get this done, hopefully in the next two to three years," said Dominguez.

The Council meeting where they'll discuss all those options and funding is on August 17th.

Dominguez says that if you think there's an issue with your water meter, you should contact Public Works so someone can come out and inspect your water meter.

State Superintendent Tony Thurmond Lays Out Needed Resources for California Schools

Release: #22-01Efforts to add 10,000 mental health clinicians and to retain 15,000 teachersLOS ANGELES—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond today held a press conference at George Washington Preparatory High School, a site that also hosts a health clinic providing COVID-19 testing, vaccines, and boosters. There he outlined a number of key proposals to provide resources and supports to allow students to heal, recover, and thrive.Thurmond began by addressing programs helping California s...

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Efforts to add 10,000 mental health clinicians and to retain 15,000 teachers

LOS ANGELES—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond today held a press conference at George Washington Preparatory High School, a site that also hosts a health clinic providing COVID-19 testing, vaccines, and boosters. There he outlined a number of key proposals to provide resources and supports to allow students to heal, recover, and thrive.

Thurmond began by addressing programs helping California schools get through this extremely difficult period of the pandemic, and that will transform California schools, including universal meals, universal transitional kindergarten for every four-year old, and universal expanded learning programs offering tutoring, mentoring, and coaching—because learning happens before school, during school, and after school.

“We are focused on recovery and dealing with impacts, but we cannot lessen our efforts to close the learning gaps that we were trying to close even before the pandemic,” said Thurmond. “We want to think about what we are going to do for California schools for the next several years to help them, and help our students to thrive.”

In today’s announcement, Thurmond outlined proposals that will help students and families address the trauma faced during the pandemic, make progress towards learning recovery, and address teacher and school staff shortages, student mental health needs, and more.

“I am announcing a new work group that is focused on one thing: How are we going to build the workforce for California schools? We will look at everything from compensation to building a pathway for someone who might want to become a bus driver, for someone who wants to become a teacher, and we will talk about how to steer the resources that the state of California now has to help us broaden and diversify our workforce.”

In the area of mental health supports, Thurmond spoke about the California Community Schools Partnership Program, a $3 billion program that will bring supports directly to schools, including health resources, mental health resources, and social service resources.

“I am pleased to share with you today that we will be pursuing a program that will help us have 10,000 more mental health clinicians in the state of California,“ Thurmond said. “I can’t think of anything more important right now in dealing with the trauma that students and families have experienced.”

Thurmond was joined at the event today by Dr. Jon Goldfinger, CEO of Didi Hirsch; Mykol Lewis, program director, Brotherhood Crusade; and Carolyn Fowler, district director, Los Angeles Unified School District.

In his remarks, the State Superintendent also announced his intention to work to retain 15,000 teachers currently working in California schools by providing them with additional induction supports. A copy of the State Superintendent’s Heal, Recover, and Thrive: The Needed Resources for California Schools proposal is available by emailing communications@cde.ca.gov.

An archived video broadcast of the State Superintendent’s full remarks can be found on the California Department of Education’s Facebook page.

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Tony Thurmond — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Communications Division, Room 5602, 916-319-0818, Fax 916-319-0100

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