ADVERTISING/PUBLIC RELATIONS Minneapolis-based agency Yamamoto announced the following new hires: Desiree Bergquist, associate creative director; Ryan Schmidt, senior art director; Tim Shumar, copywriter; Lauren Kerr, account supervisor; Dominic Simonetti, project manager; Tony Wald, digital project manager; and Nicole Gerber, accountant. The agency has also added three interns, Gabriella “Gabby” Cohen and Helen Olanda from the BrandLab in Minneapolis and design intern Erin Slechta. … Colle McVoy, Minneapolis, has been named agency of record for Vermont Creamery, makers of artisan butter and cheese and an independently operated subsidiary of Land O’Lakes, Arden Hills. ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING HGA has named Steve Rabatin associate vice president and project manager in the Rochester, Minn., office. CONSTRUCTION PCL Construction has announced its move to 7101 Metro Blvd., Edina. EDUCATION Doug Huebsch has been elected chair of the … [Read more...] about Business people: Sunday, July 29
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Share Tweet Share Email Comments Print LUCAS COUNTY July 9 – July 13, 2018 43412 Agricultural Reed William A to George Charles T, 9450 Jerusalem Rd, Curtice, $0, (7/12) Exempt Jerusalem Township Trustees to John Gradel & Sons Farms Inc, 613 Westmore Rd, Curtice, $0, (7/13) Residential Walters Donald P to Lucas County Land Reutilization Corporation, 569 Howard Rd, Curtice, $0, (7/09) Bedard Genevieve A, Etal to Bedard Genevieve A, Etal, 10050 Corduroy Rd, Curtice, $0, (7/13) Jerusalem Township Board Of Trustees to Wheeler Terri, 12264 La Fontaine Dr, Curtice, $0, (7/13) 43522 Residential Whitten Julie Etal to Adkins Danny L & Susan K (orsurvtc), 8759 Manore Rd, Grand Rapids, $252,000, (7/09) Cornell Lucas J to Primo Holdings LLC, 10339 Yawberg Rd, Grand Rapids, $21,000, (7/10) 43528 Commercial Lawson Company, A De Corporation to Avenue 1 Properties LLC, 24 S Mccord Rd, Holland, $0, (7/10) Residential Polaris Investments LLC An Arizona Limited to … [Read more...] about Real estate transfers: July 9-13
In the end, President Donald Trump made the expected choice: Brett Kavanaugh, a conservative jurist who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit since 2006. Kavanaugh, a former clerk to the retiring Anthony Kennedy, has a sterling reputation in conservative legal circles, and a record to match. In his remarks announcing his pick, Trump suggested he had chosen Kavanaugh for his originalist conception of the law -- a philosophy more in keeping with the late Antonin Scalia than with the more activist Kennedy. “What matters is not a judge’s political views but whether they can set aside those views to do what the law and the Constitution require,” the president said. Kavanaugh reinforced that idea in his own comments, remarking, “A judge must be independent and must interpret the law, not make the law.”Story Continued Below But how will Kavanaugh rule once he’s actually on the bench? We asked top legal thinkers to evaluate his record … [Read more...] about Trump Picked Kavanaugh. How Will He Change the Supreme Court?