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The Development branch of the Public Works department seeks to facilitate an efficient and effective development process that will support economic development, preservation of the unique character and warmth of our communi...
...Administration in advancing our economy by championing the city's economic development vision and by administering local, state and federal programs a...
Mission StatementThe Public Works Department will enhance the quality of life in St. George through excellence in professional services and efficient management of infrastructure for the public and th...
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Description Jr. Development clinics utilize a 75% compressed green dot ball and a 78’ court (full size court) to help players between the ages of 10 and 13 and staying within the parameters of the USTA (United States Tennis Association).  Days:  Monday & or Wednesday Location:  Tonaquint Tennis Center / 1851 South Dixie Drive Time:  Beginner & Intermediate / 4pm to 530pm             Team JD / 4pm to 6pm (Invitation Only!) Packages and Sessions All packages are 6 week long sessions.  Your session begins on your first day of tennis.  Clinics and lessons will be tracked using a high tech system (writing your initials and date on a player profile sheet the day of clinics and lessons)   Level and Syllabus Descriptions      Beginner Level  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.       Syllabus for Beginner level players: Week One:  Introduction to forehand ground strokes, grip, and spin.  Intro to parts of the court and racket. Week Two:  Introduction to backhand ground strokes, grip and spin.  Week Three:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Introduction to scoring. Week Four:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Review of scoring and intro to match play Repeat to Week One        Intermediate Level -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate proper strokes at times.            Prerequisite for intermediate level:  Knowledge of scoring, ground stroke grips, parts of the court and the forehand and backhand ground stroke components.  Players must have a fundamental swing using topspin, and be           consistent with getting balls into play using drop feeds and toss feeds.      Syllabus for Intermediate players: Week One:  Forehand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the forehand ground stroke Week Two:  Backhand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the backhand ground stroke Week Three:  Forehand and Backhand ground stroke, changing grips from forehand to backhand.  Introduction to serving Week Four:  Review of serving, ground strokes Repeat to Week One       Team JD  -  Players who have achieved a high level of ability that can handle full speed and court of Green Dot Balls. Players will continue to work on their strokes, court coverage and strategy.             Prerequisite for Team J.D.:  Technical knowledge of the serve, grip, swing and types.  Show proper footwork with ground strokes.   Player should be able to do the following skill set:  Hit 7 out of 10 fed forehands and backhands cross court and down the line and rally 10 balls in a row with a coach using forehand or backhand ground strokes.      Syllabus for Team JD Week One:  Serving, Introduction to Volleys Week Two:  Serving, ground strokes and doubles strategy Week Three:  Serving, ground strokes and singles strategy Week Four:  Serves and returns, intro to overheads Week Five: Serves, ground strokes, specialty shots Week Six:  Serves, Backhand slice, specialty shots Pricing Information A - Package / $70 - clinic 1x a week +session tournament / 6 week session* B - Package / $130 - clinic 2x a week+session tournament / 6 week session* D - Package / $210 - clinic 1x a week + 6 shared private lessons+session tournament** / 6 week session* E - Package / $260 - clinic 2x a week + 6 shared private lessons+session tournament** / 6 week session* + ADD: Liveball Package / $50 - Liveball 2x a week / 6 week session* + ADD: Extra (6) Privates - $150 / Privates 2) times a week / 6 week session*   Tournaments Session Tournament / Saturday, April 14th (included in all Jr. Development packages) Session Tournament / Saturday, May 12th (included in all Jr. Development packages)            ...
Description Jr. Development clinics utilize a 75% compressed green dot ball and a 78’ court (full size court) to help players between the ages of 10 and 13 and staying within the parameters of the USTA (United States Tennis Association).  Days:  Monday & or Wednesday Time:  Beginner & Intermediate / 4pm to 530pm             Team JD / 4pm to 6pm (Invitation Only!) Packages and Sessions All packages are 6 week long sessions.  Your session begins on your first day of tennis.  Clinics and lessons will be tracked using a high tech system (writing your initials and date on a player profile sheet the day of clinics and lessons)   Level and Syllabus Descriptions      Beginner Level  -  For beginner players with little or no tennis experience.       Syllabus for Beginner level players: Week One:  Introduction to forehand ground strokes, grip, and spin.  Intro to parts of the court and racket. Week Two:  Introduction to backhand ground strokes, grip and spin.  Week Three:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Introduction to scoring. Week Four:  Review of forehand and backhand ground stroke, grip and spin.  Review of scoring and intro to match play Repeat to Week One        Intermediate Level -  Players with some tennis experience who can demonstrate proper strokes at times.            Prerequisite for intermediate level:  Knowledge of scoring, ground stroke grips, parts of the court and the forehand and backhand ground stroke components.  Players must have a fundamental swing using topspin, and be           consistent with getting balls into play using drop feeds and toss feeds.      Syllabus for Intermediate players: Week One:  Forehand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the forehand ground stroke Week Two:  Backhand ground stroke, introduction to footwork while using the backhand ground stroke Week Three:  Forehand and Backhand ground stroke, changing grips from forehand to backhand.  Introduction to serving Week Four:  Review of serving, ground strokes Repeat to Week One       Team JD  -  Players who have achieved a high level of ability that can handle full speed and court of Green Dot Balls. Players will continue to work on their strokes, court coverage and strategy.             Prerequisite for Team J.D.:  Technical knowledge of the serve, grip, swing and types.  Show proper footwork with ground strokes.   Player should be able to do the following skill set:  Hit 7 out of 10 fed forehands and backhands cross court and down the line and rally 10 balls in a row with a coach using forehand or backhand ground strokes.      Syllabus for Team JD Week One:  Serving, Introduction to Volleys Week Two:  Serving, ground strokes and doubles strategy Week Three:  Serving, ground strokes and singles strategy Week Four:  Serves and returns, intro to overheads Week Five: Serves, ground strokes, specialty shots Week Six:  Serves, Backhand slice, specialty shots Pricing Information A - Package / $70 - clinic 1x a week +session tournament / 6 week session* B - Package / $130 - clinic 2x a week+session tournament / 6 week session* D - Package / $210 - clinic 1x a week + 6 shared private lessons+session tournament** / 6 week session* E - Package / $260 - clinic 2x a week + 6 shared private lessons+session tournament** / 6 week session* + ADD: Liveball Package / $50 - Liveball 2x a week / 6 week session* + ADD: Extra (6) Privates - $150 / Privates 2) times a week / 6 week session*   Tournaments Session Tournament / Saturday, January 20th / 10am to 1230pm (included in all Jr. Development packages) Session Tournament /       &...
...8 this 1.0 acre park underwent major renovations with the aid of Community Development Block Grant funds to meet the minimum standards of a neighborho...
...s, a member of the Community Impact Board under the Department of Economic Development and co-founder of the Arizona Strip Interpretive Association.&n...
Question: What kinds of technologies does this Division use, manage, and support.
Answer: Here is a partial list, without mentioning specific vendors or suppliers:Data Backup and RecoveryServersWorkstationsLaptopsMobile DevicesMobile Device ManagementBYOD ManagementTabletsEmailSpam ProtectionMalware Detection and RemovalOffice SuitesDatabasesPhone linesVoIP (Voice over IP)FoIP (Fax over IP)VoicemailInstant MessagingNext-Gen FirewallsFiber networking equipment and connection (from100MB to 10GB)Wireless Point-to-Point Technology100MB to 1GB EthernetWiFiVPNTCP/IP Services throughout the OSI model(including DHCP, DNS, FTP, TCP/UDP, Telnet, ICMP, NTP, ARP, etc.)IPv4 and IPv6File StorageContent ManagementDigital SecurityPhysical SecuritySecurity Camera ManagementNetwork MonitoringCloud ServicesEnd-User SupportServer VirtualizationApp VirtualizationSANNASRedundant PowerData DeDupeLDAPRemote Desktop ProtocolDatacenter ManagementCoolingEncryptionData Loss Prevention (DLP)Identity Management and Rights ManagementTwo-Factor AuthenticationRegulatory Compliance CertificationExternal and Internal Penetration Testing andResolutionComputer and Data AnalysisSoftware PatchingHardware Firmware UpdatesSoftware Licensing and AuditingHardware and Software InventoryComputer Aided Design (CAD)Geographic Information Systems (GIS)Asset ManagementVideo ConferencingProject ManagementActive Network and System MonitoringApplication and Web Development SoftwareComputer Based Training
... claims alleged against the City, including matters involving land use and development, real estate, zoning, community redevelopment, and environmental issues. They are committed to providing...
... consistency required for Team.    Players will continue to development groundstrokes, serves, volleys and match play.  Players in...
...ints needed an escape from their heavy burdens. Entertainment and cultural development provided the answer.   Brigham Young had purposely inclu...
Fire station 8 is located near the Sun River development on Bluegrass Way.
...he annual pavement management program, drainage identification and project development, mapping, managing the state and national Pollutant Discharge E...
...al (e.g., anemia), pulmonary, neurological, immunological and reproductive/developmental function (ATSDR, 1998). The most common symptoms of inorganic arsenic exposure appear on the skin and occur after 5-15 years of exposure equivalent to 700 µg/day for a 70 kg adult, or within 6 months to 3 years at exposures equivalent to 2,800 µg/day for a 70 kg adult (pg. 131 NRC, 1999). They include alterations in pigmentation and the development of keratoses which are localized primarily on the palms of the hands, the soles of the feet and the torso. The presence of hyper pigmentation and keratoses on parts of the body not exposed to the sun is characteristic of arsenic exposure (Yeh, 1973, Tseng, 1977). The same alterations have been reported in patients treated with Fowler's solution (1% potassium arsenite; Cuzick et al., 1982), used for asthma, psoriasis, rheumatic fever, leukemia, fever, pain, and as a tonic (WHO 1981 and NRC 1999). Although peripheral neuropathy (numbness, muscle weakness, tremors, ATSDR 1998) may be present after exposure to short-term, high doses of inorganic arsenic (Buchanan, 1962; Tay and Seah, 1975), there are no studies that definitely document this effect after exposure to levels of less than levels (50 µg/L) of inorganic arsenic in drinking water. There have been a few, scattered reports in the literature that inorganic arsenic can affect reproduction and development in humans (Borzysonyi et al., 1992; Desi et al., 1992; Tabacova...
...he annual pavement management program, drainage identification and project development, mapping, managing the state and national Pollutant Discharge E...
...ties and exposure visual aesthetics are important building blocks of child development.  Improvements in motor skills, language development, decision making, inventiveness and cultural awareness have bee...
... of Clearfield. He also directed Clearfield’s Community and Economic Development Department, worked in private business as a project manager, an...
... Utah” largely due to the number of golf courses and vacation resort developments.    Also in the 1960’s, as more vehicles wit...
... natural terrain  Use of fireworks is completely prohibited in the development north of Snow Canyon Parkway on State Road 18, including The Ledges development. Prohibited activities include: No discharge of fireworks w...
... consistency required for Team.    Players will continue to development groundstrokes, serves, volleys and match play.  Players in level 2 are on course for Team. Team A.T.P  -  Players who have achieved a level of ability to handle full speed and size of tennis.  Players will continue to improve strokes, court coverage and tennis strategy.  Team A.T.P is for players expecting to play High School tennis and USTA tournaments.  (Team ATP is invitation only!)  (Team begins at 5pm)     Tournaments Session Tournament / Saturday, October 28th / 9am to 1130am (included in all Jr. Development packages) USTA Tournament / Friday, December 1st & Saturday, December 2nd (Register online at Utahtennis.com) Session Tournament / Saturday, December 16th / 10am to 1230pm (included in all Jr. Development packages) Session Tournament / Saturday, January 27th / 10am to 1230pm (included in all Jr. Development packages)      
...sues. Participating in the YCC not only helps improve leadership, project development and management skills, it may just increase the chance of recei...
...ge, Washington County Water Conservancy District, St. George Area Economic Development, Utah League of Cities and Towns, and several other city and co...
...approximately 110 or 240 volts, 60 cycles. The common areas of residential developments will be considered residential service if the owners of the co...
..., tires and trash/garbage are not permitted in a controlled burn.   Developmental Burn:  Any developmental burning is prohibited in St. George.   There are days ...
...outh group, park maintenance and park planning staff hours and a Community Development Block Grant. This neighborhood park doubles as a playground for...
...racks, flow trails, dirt jumps and more, built to create progressive skill development and challenge. If you would like to see a bicycle skills park ...
...eeping and increased citizen engagement. The GIS division manages the development, maintenance, and distribution of spatial GIS information and r...
... demonstrate proper strokes at times.   Players will continue to development forehand and backhand groundstrokes putting them on course for Team Orange. 8:30am to 10:00am / Team Orange  -  Players who have achieved a level of ability that can handle full speed and court of Orange Balls and 60’ court.  Players will continue to work on their forehand and backhand groundstrokes.  Players will be introduced to the serve, volley and match play.     Players are on course for Jr. Development Green Dot Balls.   (Team Orange is invitation only.&n...
... consistency required for Team.    Players will continue to development groundstrokes, serves, volleys and match play.  Players in...