SEYMOUR, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation will host a public meeting this week focused on the state’s storm water program.The meeting is scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday at the INDOT Seymour District facility, at 185 Agrico Lane.The storm water program is implemented by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.As a significant contributor of storm water to Indiana waterways, INDOT has worked with IDEM to develop its own Storm Water Quality Management Plan in support of the highway department’s full application for a storm water permit from IDEM under general Rule 13.Acceptance of this plan would allow INDOT to fully function as a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System throughout the state and be in compliance with state and federal storm water rules.
Cech’s career was in doubt in October 2006 when he required surgery for a skull fracture after a collision with Reading’s Stephen Hunt.The keeper was out for three months and has since worn a protective head-guard during games.He added: “This is my 20th season as a professional player and it has been 20 years since I signed my first professional contract, so it feels like the right time to announce that I will retire.“I am looking forward to seeing what life holds for me off the pitch.”Cech arrived in England when he was signed by Chelsea from French club Rennes in July 2004.He went on to win 13 trophies with the Stamford Bridge club, including one Champions League and four Premier League titles.He also set a club record of 228 clean sheets in all competitions, beating the previous mark of 208 set by former England international Peter Bonetti between 1960 and 1979.Cech eventually lost his place to Belgian Thibaut Courtois before joining Arsenal and helping the Gunners win the FA Cup in 2017.“For your consummate professionalism, for being the perfect role model, for the 50 clean sheets, for your honesty, your integrity and for your inspiring work with the Arsenal Foundation, we want to say – thank you Petr Cech,” tweeted Arsenal.In a statement on their website, the club added: “Petr recently informed us of his decision. Like all football fans, we are sad about this, but completely understand and support Petr.”“A champion on and off the pitch,” said a message from Chelsea. “Enjoy your retirement.”The Czech goalkeeper was part of the spine of Chelsea’s golden years under the likes of Jose Mourinho, Carlo Ancelotti and then most spectacularly of all when, with interim manager Roberto di Matteo in charge, he was the hero of the Champions League final win against Bayern Munich on penalties in their own Allianz Arena in 2012.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Arsenal keeper Petr Cech will retire at the end of the season. The 36-year-old joined Arsenal in June 2015 from the London rivals Chelsea, where he spent 11 years.“Having played 15 years in the Premier League and won every single trophy possible, I feel like I have achieved everything I set out to achieve,” said the ex-Czech Republic international.“I will continue to work hard at Arsenal to hopefully win one more trophy this season.”
The suspension is an optional thing for individual teams. The Angels are in the majority of teams that have told their baseball operations employees they will continue to be paid through the month of May. The San Diego Padres told employees they would be paid through the end of the 2020 season though some will be asked to take paycuts.The Dodgers, meanwhile, would not comment on the status of their baseball ops staffers. A team official said it was something the team was still working through internally.Related Articles LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers put in place a distribution program Tuesday that will pay $1.3 million to game-day workers put out of work by MLB’s shutdown during the coronavirus pandemic.The payouts from the fund will go to “event staff, concessions, parking, cleaning personnel employed by third party contractors and the Dodgers Foundation event staff.”The Angels announced Sunday that they would be making approximately $1.2 million in payments to more than 1,800 game-day employees.Meanwhile, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has reportedly told teams he will suspend the Uniform Employee Contracts as of May 1. That would allow teams to cut the salaries of non-playing employees or impose unpaid furloughs with the sport shut down indefinitely. Manfred’s move is allowed in the case of national emergencies. In the case of layoffs or furloughs, some lower-salaried employees could be eligible for unemployment benefits.MLB has also reportedly begun negotiations with the players’ union to cut player salaries if games are eventually played without fans in attendance. Those games would obviously produce no ticket (or concession) revenue.According to an ESPN report, Manfred’s email to team employees included the acknowledgement that “it is very difficult to predict with any accuracy the timeline for resumption of our season. Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Angels fail to take series in Oakland, lose in 10 innings Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error