December 2, 2013We reported on 10/28/2013 on a pour for the footing of a shade structure across from the Arcosanti site. The SUNAMI shade structure was generously donated by alumnus The concrete has cured and day before Thanksgiving the crew erected the steel structure for the shade.There is a visitors trail that starts below the Crafts III building, winds its way into the valley and comes back up to an observation platform, where the structure is located.The SUNAMI shade is the centerpiece of a planned rest area on the Arcosanti visitor trail.
Categories: Featured news,News,Runestad News House Speaker Tom Leonard today announced state Rep. Jim Runestad of White Lake will lead the House Judiciary Committee for the 2017-18 legislative session.As an Oakland County commissioner, Runestad served as chair of both the Public Services Committee and Planning and Building Committee for three terms and worked with various county commissions to improve Friend of the Court services. Rep. Runestad also served on the Judiciary Committee during his first term as state representative.“I am honored to be chosen as judiciary chair and look forward to handling a variety of legislative issues in the next two years,” said Rep. Runestad. “I am once again so thankful for the opportunity that House Speaker Tom Leonard has given me and I can only hope to serve the Michigan residents with as much pose and prominence as Speaker Leonard has and will continue to do.”The second-term lawmaker also will serve on the House committees on Insurance, Communications and Technology, and Local Government. Tags: #SB 26Jan Rep. Runestad named chair of Judiciary Committee
18 BRITISH SOLDIERS INVESTIGATED OVER BLOODY SUNDAY SHOOTINGSJOHN KELLYLORD SAVILLESAVILLE REPORTTHE IRISH NEWS ShareTweet The PSNI ‘s Major Investigation Team launched an investigation in the wake of the publication of the Saville report into Bloody Sunday.Lord Saville and his inquiry panel found that the killings were “unjustified and unjustifiable”.British Paratroopers shot 26 unarmed civilians on January 30th 1972 a peaceful civil rights protest march in the city.Thirteen people were killed that day with a fourteenth later dying in hospital from his injuries. 18 BRITISH SOLDIERS INVESTIGATED OVER BLOODY SUNDAY SHOOTINGS was last modified: May 12th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: Fr Edward Daly waves a white handkerchief as an injured man is carried away on Bloody SundayTHE Public Prosecution Service has confirmed that 18 former british soldiers are under investigation over their actions on Bloody Sunday in Derry 45 year ago.The families of the victims were informed of the investigations and told that a final decision on whether prosecutions would be mounted would be taken by late summer this year.The Irish News reports today that a wide range of charges are being considered by the PPS. John Kelly, whose 17-year-old brother Michael was among those shot dead by British Paratroopers said the meeting with the PPS had been very useful.He told The Irish News: “I know Derry people are very frustrated at the time it is taking for the PPS to decide whether or not any of the soldiers will be prosecuted.“But it’s important that the law now takes its course and that this done right,” added Mr Kelly.Killed on Bloody Sunday: The victims