It all starts when someone offers you something too good to be true. They give you a realistic looking check or money order and then asks you to wire the money somewhere and they will pay you for helping them.
It all starts when someone offers you something too good to be true. They give you a realistic looking check or money order and then ask you to wire the money somewhere and they will pay you for helping them.
On September 21 - 23, 2009, members of the Uniformed Services Disabled Retirees (USDR) will convene in Las Cruces, New Mexico, to decide the future of their 28 year-old organization. The USDR was founded in 1981 by six disabled military retirees from the State of New Mexico, to repeal an unjust law enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1944, known as Public Law 78-314, (Title 38 USC, Sections 5304 and 5305). The law had prevented career military retirees from receiving their earned retirement annuity entitlement if they were disabled during military service and received a VA compensation for their disability.
Alderman Terry Witkowski is proud to announce that the recent reconstruction efforts at Holler Park have not only involved much of the community and recreated the space, but they have also made possible an environmental education epicenter. The new rain garden at Holler Park will be the site of a number of rain garden training workshops so that the public may become more aware of how to use this tool in their own landscaping efforts.