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New Bern Sun Journal (Newspaper) - September 5, 2015, New Bern, North Carolina Saturday september 5, 2015 h c a of new Bern . For details on fridays prep football games turn to Page by or Check online at a lib West Craven.38 Farmville Central 54 havelock.42 Union.34football Friday new Bern.16 pamlico.0 new hanover.0 Jones senior.12 May right s advocates Kent icky clerk is no Martyr by Claire Galofaro associated press Morehead by. I As a defiant Kentucky clerk sat in jail Friday choosing indefinite imprisonment Over licensing Gay marriages activists seek to avoid idea of religion under seige her lawyers approached the supporters reached for Bible Legal a Law firm specializing in lbt issues. A this is what the other Side wants a Upton said pointing to the image of a its precisely the narrative that the Gay rights move microphones outside and Cal heroes comparing her to Gay rights advocates had ment must Battle this idea compared her to or. Martin Silas and Daniel imprisoned hoped to avoid. But As Davis that christianity is under vis in handcuff a this is a Luther King. For their Faith and rescued Mug shot rocketed around siege said Kenneth Upton around the country other by god. The internet it became Clear senior counsel for Lambda see clerk a12 european Union a Day of uprisings hundreds of migrants and refugees walk before boarding buses provided by hungarian authorities at Keleti train station in Budapest. Hungary on saturday. Photo by the associated press refugees move West migrants in i Lungaro head toward Ansi Ria by fool bus by Shawn Pogatchnik and Pablo Gorondi associated press Bicskey Hungary i hundreds of migrants exhausted after Long treks from Syria Iraq and Afghanistan broke away from hungarian police on Friday and headed on foot for Western Europe. In a Surprise nighttime announcement Hungary a government said it would Send buses to take them to the Border with Austria. It was not Clear what the migrants Fate would be there. With people streaming in Long lines along highways from a Budapest train station and one near a migrant reception Center in this Northern town the buses would be used because a transportation safety can to be put at risk Quot said Janos Lazar chief of staff to the prime minister. Lazar blamed Germany so contradictory communications and the european Union for the crisis. He said Hungary had asked Austria to clarify its position on the migrants but had not yet received an answer. The Asylum seekers had already made dangerous treks in scorching heat crawling under barbed wire on Hungary a Southern Frontier and facing the hostility of some locals along the Way. Their first Stop will he Austria on Hungary a Western Border though most Hope to eventually reach Germany. Hungarian authorities had refused to let them Board trains to the West and the migrants walked at going to processing centers fearing they would be forced to live in Hungary. Under european Law refugees Are supposed to seek Asylum in the first european Union country they enter. But Many see limited economic opportunities and a less welcoming atmosphere in Hungary than in Germany Sweden and other Western nations. In what the hungarian Media called a Quot Day of uprisings Quot about 350 people broke through a police cordon and began heading to Austria 135 Kilometres 85 Miles to the West on tracks leading away from the railway station. Surprised riot police scrambled for their helmets As the crowd surged from the front of the train one Man a 51-year-old pakistani collapsed about 800 meters Yards from the station and died despite efforts to Rescue him. Those left behind mostly women and children were boarded onto buses see refugees a12 v voting locations for Pollocksville while Oak moving by Jennifer Cannon Halifax Media services voters in two precincts in Jones county will be voting in a new location come election season. Polling places in Pollocksville and White Oak Maysville have been relocated due to space and climate concerns. Pollocksville voters in precinct pot previously voted at the Pollocksville fire department on second Street. Pollocksville voters will now vote at the Pollocksville Community building on Foy Street less than a tenth of a mile away from the fire department. White Oak voters in precinct to in Maysville previously voted at the Maysville fire department on main Street. White Oak voters will now vote at the Maysville first Baptist Church on main Street less than a Quarter mile from the fire department. Quot there w As a Lack of space at both fire Jones county elections director Jennifer King said a and there were some issues at Maysville where the precinct officials were actually running the election out of the Bays where the fire department trucks were so they were hav ing to move their vehicles out and there were some heat issues there Quot the heat has since been fixed but the problem did cause for some uncomfortable election Days. In add lion to the climate issues the fire department and Maysville i of n flail Shai de the building which could Lead to crowding under the right circumstances. Quot if the weather was Nice they a have the Bay doors open and it made it feel More Roomy King said a but if the weather was bad and the doors were closed and people were going through that narrow hallway where Maysville town Hall is you had people coming in to the town Hall and people coming in to vote so it was clustered up a Little bit in there i he parking and parking lot it situation will also be Arn Impi out my in in Vern Oak voters the Church has a Large paved parking lot that will be better for our voters that May have a disability so we re looking Forward to it Quot King said voting at the Pollocksville fire department also offered a Crow tied situate Kin for the precinct w Ith the most registered voters in Jones c county a there Wasny to enough space when people came in that room for them to actually line up to go King said we wanted to put two lines there and we did it but there Wasny to a whole lot of space to do it with the implementation of photo id checks in 2016 Jones c county election see voting a2 a Mew of in aldermen a up Bik inter get Craven Terrace $17 million Bond up fora Vole by Eddie Fitzgerald new Bern aldermen will consider approving up to $17 million in Revenue Bond tuesday night for revisions to Craven Terrace. The Board of aldermen meet at 7 . In City Hall. In August 2014, the new Bern Board of aldermen approved $17 million in Revenue Bond to refurbish Craven Terrace but several delays and the complexities of the project caused the time limits to Issue the Bonds to lapse and the Board now has to repeat that process. Martin Blaney executive director of the new Bern housing authority said last month the new revisions to the $27 million Carven Terrace renovation plans were needed to satisfy the . Housing and Urban development Hud and rental assistant demons rat Ion program Rad division of Hud. Those revisions May Cost an additional $500,000. The landscaping revision will provide Crape myrtles benches Green spaces and Trees from Bald Cypress to live Oaks at a Cost of about $200,000, Blaney said. To be eligible for the 4 percent tax credits which see aldermen a4 Alderman s organization gives Back bul not As a nonprofit v Ision Forward is not incorporated Ora 5 i cd it Sun journal staff an organization set up by new Bern Alderman Victor Taylor that has helped thousands of kids throughout the years does not hold a nonprofit status hut he said he is in the process of trying to become one. Since vision Forward is not a nonprofit the organization and its leaders Are not obligated to turn Over financial details for Public scrutiny. When asked if he would release the financial statements of vision Forward Taylor did not answer but deferred further ques Taylor tons to his attorney. A a in be answered All your questions and its getting to be annoying right now Quot Taylor said. A i will give you the number for my attorney. In be been very cooperative i done to have nothing to hide. Every time you ask a question you come Back with another question i can to work concentrate or do anything in the Community because every Day you Are asking thunderstorm business. B4 entertainment. A9 opinion. All 84/71� classified b5 lottery. A3 religion. A6 a scam. A4 comics. Air obits. A2 sports. By what is a nonprofit a nonprofit is a tax exempt organization that interest. In general the purpose of this Type it must be charitable educational scientific re the Public expects to be Able to make donate organizations and deduct these donations fit taxes. A nonprofit organization has to be inc Quality for Federal tax exempt status or the in known designation of 501 ck3. When asked for the attorneys number Taylor declined to produce it and said he would give the reporters number to the attorney. Vision Forward which Taylor has run along w Ith a committee of about 16 members is not incorporated in source nonprofit pro the state of North Carolina and is not a nonprofit. A a it a not considered a non profit and w e Are not getting tax exemption for vision Forward a Taylor said. Beside not being tax see vision a4halifax

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