Crossfire Media is an integrated marketing company with a core focus on future trends in technology. We service communities of interest with conferences, tradeshows, webinars and newsletters. Crossfire Media has a partnership with Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) to produce events and websites related to disruptive technologies. Crossfire Media is a division of Crossfire Consulting, a full service Information Technology company based in New York. … [Read more...] about DevCon5 Expands Conference Programming to Address WebRTC
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The application will be available through the Hammond Sanitary District (219-853-6413 Ext. 515) or online at gohammond.com beginning Thursday, May 28th. Checks will be issued by the Hammond Sanitary District within 14 days after approval of the application. To qualify for the program, homeowners must either have a homestead exemption with the county or otherwise show proof of ownership and residence at the damaged home. Also, homeowners must have an inspection by the Hammond Sanitary District to verify damage to their homes due to the storm. … [Read more...] about Updated: Mayor Mcdermott And Hammond Sanitary District Announce Storm Relief Program
"This is an exciting moment for us to have a little bit more space in our neighborhoods to do what we're already doing, walking, taking a young baby out in the stroller, skating, biking," Mayor Eric Garcetti said last Friday. "We're not fully closing any streets. We know that families still need to be able to drive to and from their homes. So emergency access will always be allowed." … [Read more...] about ‘Slow Streets LA’ Program Coming To Mid-City Area
Over the past month CBS13 has received a variety of responses from EDD ranging from, “we have always had the ability to backdate a claim” and “people can get assistance correcting an error via the phone,” to “this is not a system issue” citing “individuals making errors on their application.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Unemployment: EDD Acknowledges Staff May Be Responsible For Costly Date Errors
But the CARES Act appropriated $10 billion for the EIDL program—less than three percent of what was appropriated to start the PPP. It’s also out of money, too, after facing an avalanche of applications: lawmakers have been told that there have been over five million applicants for the EIDL program. By contrast, just over 1.6 million applicants have been approved for PPP funds, though it’s unclear how many more applicants have tried and failed to get them. … [Read more...] about Five Million People Need This Lifeline. But It’s Gone Broke.