The home at 13 Barron St, Gordon Park.LOW stock levels are pushing up home prices in Gordon Park with a four-bedroom house on an average block recently selling under the hammer for $915,000.The two-level Queenslander on 405sq m at 13 Barron St, Gordon Park sold to a young professional couple at auction on August 26 after three bidders actively competed for the property.The bidding stalled in the mid $800,000s, then off-floor negotiations saw the price rise to $880,000 before the home eventually sold at its reserve.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Inside 13 Barron St, Gordon Park.Selling agent Garry Jones of McGrath Estate Agents Wilston said the buyers, who were renting locally, were attracted to the property because of the dual living layout and seamless living, kitchen and deck areas.Mr Jones said the fully renovated home attracted 68 inspections during the campaign.“I genuinely think continuing lower stock levels has bolstered prices in the suburb,” he said.“I think the realisation of convenience in Gordon Park is becoming broadly acknowledged and that’s really adding to the interest levels.”Mr Jones said the entry level market in the suburb was very competitive among buyers.
Batesville, IN—MMH, Batesville Community School Corporation, and Ripley County Health Department are partnering together in an effort to reduce exposure of acute care patients to healthy patients at MMH in the ER and the physician practices as well as increase access to care,are opening an Acute Care Extension Site. According to Paul Ketcham, Batesville Community School Corporation Superintendent, the site will be only in the Primary School office and not in any classroom, gym or cafeteria spaces at this time. Ketcham advises that staff clean the office between each patient and each day with the highest standards to make sure that it is safe when school resumes. This innovative approach will utilize the school’s telehealth technology to connect MMH patients with our primary care providers. This technology has been used over the last school year.
With the organisation of the Extraordinary Congress by the Ghana Football Association, the race to become the next President of the Ghana Football Association has become official.Those who are interested in the position will now wait for a date to be announced so that they can pick up forms, fill them, get the necessary signatures and support and file those forms and papers.So far, several people including former GFA officials, Wilfred Osei and George Afriyie, have stated their interest in replacing Kwesi Nyantakyi. Other individuals like Kurt Okraku, Dreams FC CEO and Asante Kotoko CEO, Kwame Kyei, have all said they would like to run Ghana football for at least the next four years.So how do I become GFA President?First of all, you must be affiliated to a club in the Ghana Football ecosystem to even get in the door before dealing with the fine print in the statutes.The draft statutes of the GFA, which were approved by the clubs at the Extraordinary Congress, state that anyone interested in the position must be a Ghanaian and must be of sound mind and “has not been detained as a person of mental disorder under any enactment.”What about my academics? One will need to have a first degree from a reputable university.What about if I do not have such a degree?If you have 7 years working experience in Sports Administration, you are good to go. In addition, having some good knowledge of rules and regulations that govern the Ghana FA, CAF and FIFA will certainly be very helpful.You must have also have very good practical experience in Management, Administration, Finance, or Corporate Governance. Running any entity will require these and the football association is no different body or association or company, if you choose to go by what the GFA is in the Registrar General’s records.What about my conduct?After the incidents of the Anas “Number 12” documentary which looked at corruption in Ghana football, it is not surprising that the Normalisation Committee has highlighted the need for the next GFA President to be one that will not stain the position or bring the local game into disrepute.Thus, if you want to be the next GFA boss, you should not “have been convicted of an offence involving fraud, dishonesty or moral turpitude” and you must be of “high moral integrity.”Is that all?No. After meeting all the above-stated requirements, you will face an integrity check and it is mandatory. All candidates are to subject themselves to these checks and you will fail:-if you refuse to do so or you have been given a criminal conviction or disciplinary sanction by a state court;-if you have been found guilty by an Ethics Committee of the GFA, CAF or FIFA, a Commission of Enquiry in Sports Administration or any sporting body with a sanction that affects how you will work as the GFA boss.What’s next?If you make it through all these processes, congratulations. You are now part of the race to become the next Ghana FA boss.So I win the elections. How long will be in office for?Per the new statutes that were approved at the Extraordinary Congress, you will serve for only two terms of four years each.That decision marked the end of the unlimited tenure rule that was in existence in the previous administration.Finally, when is the election?Even though there is no official date, the expectations are that the polls will take place later this month.The Normalisation Committee will have to end its tenure by September 30 and so, the elections must come off before then.