Haven on Greens at Griffin is selling well with stage one sold out and stage two well underway with 66 architect-designed homes and residential lots for sale.STAGE one has sold out and stage two has hit the market as buyers snap up new homes near Northlakes.Villa World is reporting a strong run of sales in its first stage of Haven on Greens, with the first 20 homes in stage one sold out and the second stage of 32 homes hitting the market.The estate has 66 architect-designed homes as well as a range of larger residential sites available for those buyers who have their own designs in mind.Villa World development manager Andrew Ashwood said homebuyers had been quick to pick up on the quality on offer at Haven on Greens.“It’s been a winner from the start for many reasons, not least because of the natural setting at Griffin which gives it a great vibe. “Its position just minutes to the highway makes this all the more appealing.”Mr Ashwood said getting a quality home for under $500,000 was attracting those after value and quality.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago“Each of the homes are completed, landscaped and ready to move in, which gives homebuyers peace of mind knowing that everything is done for them,” he said.Fully completed four-bedroom homes at Haven on Greens are priced from $468,000 to $509,000 on lots ranging from 330sq m to 420sq m. Villa World offers a diverse range of home designs at Haven on Greens, featuring a mix of traditional timber, brickwork and rendered finishes.All homes have double lockup garages and many come with an extra multimedia room, as well as an outdoor patio area that can be accessed from the main living areas.Three land-only sites, ranging from 579sq m to 690sq m, are available in stage two priced from $320,000 to $335,000.“These lots give prospective buyers the opportunity to bring their own home design to life at Haven on Greens,” Mr Ashwood said.Haven on Greens is located just east of the Bruce Highway and close to the Dohles Rocks Road exit, and within 500m of the North Pine River.It is close to a number of public and private schools as well as the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Petrie campus and a wide array of retail options including Westfield North Lakes.
Syracuse released its depth chart in a media guide at the ACC Football Kickoff Sunday.Sophomore Terrel Hunt and junior John Kinder occupy the first and second spots at quarterback, respectively. Hunt, a 6-foot-3 quarterback from Rosedale, NY impressed in the preseason and is currently the frontrunner to start the season opener against Penn State on Aug. 31.Charley Loeb, Mitch Kimble and Austin Wilson are listed as backup quarterbacks.Sophomore Ashton Broyld is listed as the No. 1 halfback, and 5-foot-9 freshman Brisly Estime is No. 2 at that position.At running back, there are no surprises. Jerome Smith – who was named to the Maxwell Award watch list – is listed as the No. 1 running back, Prince-Tyson Gulley is No. 2 and George Morris sits at No. 3.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOn defense, Durell Eskridge and Ritchy Desir are listed in front of Josh Mims at strong safety. Robert Welsh and Ron Thompson are listed as the top defensive ends.Jay Bromley, Micah Robinson and Cameron Lynch are also listed as starters on defense for the Orange.Other positions are as follows:Kicker: 1. Ross Krautman 2. Ryan NortonPunter: 1. Jonathan Fisher 2. Riley DixonKickoff returner: 1. Jeremiah Kobena 2. Wayne MorganPunt returner: 1. Ritchy Desir 2. Steve ReneLong snapper: 1. Sam Rodgers 2. Keith MitsuuchiShort snapper: 1. Sam Rodgers 2. Eric Morris Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 21, 2013 at 2:04 pm Contact Trevor: firstname.lastname@example.org | @TrevorHass read more
UPDATED OCT. 16, 7 P.M. — By Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow and Jim Cross, U.S. Attorney’s office — A former Farm Service Agency director in Sumner County was indicted Wednesday on a charge of making $306,000 in agriculture disaster payments to applicants who had been denied approval for the money, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.Ellen A. Love, 51, Argonia, was charged with one count of unlawfully conveying federal funds. The Federal Grand Jury indictment alleges the crime occurred while Love worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture as Executive Director of the Sumner County Farm Service Agency located in Wellington. Â Sumner Newscow has obtained the indictment from the Federal Grand Jury. ( It can be found here: Love indictmentAccording to the indictment papers, in March and early April 2013 producers Timothy Isaacs, Tracy Robyn Isaacs, Michael Andra and Tina Andra applied for Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments – also known as at the behest of Love. The USDA provides assistance to farm producers who have suffered losses as a result of agricultural disasters. To be approved, applicants must have suffered significant crop losses in a disaster-designated county and they must have had crop insurance through the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation.The indictment said on April 11, 2013, the Sumner County FSA County Office committee, i.e. COC, disapproved the Isaacs and Andras applications because they failed to meet the SURE crop insurance requirements.On June 4, 2013, the indictment said, Love processed payments to the four rejected applicants for $306,000, even though they had already been rejected.She faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Inspector General investigated. Assistant U.S. Attorney Brent Anderson is prosecuting.Follow us on Twitter. read more
The Family of a Boca Raton woman has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Best Buy for the death of their family member who was beaten and burned by one of the store’s outsourced delivery drivers.The suit was filed Friday against Best Buy, J.B Hunt, and XM Delivery.According to the report, 75-year-old Evelyn Smith Udell purchased a washer and dryer from the branch and requested for the items to be delivered and installed.On the day of the delivery, Udell was met by two delivery drivers when one of them attacked her. Officials say after 21-year-old Jorge Lachazo and his co-worker finished installing the washer and dryer, Lachazo beat Udell with a wooden mallet before pouring a liquid he found in her home all over her body. He then set her on fire and fled the scene in the delivery truck while his co-worker David Gonzalez called the police.During the police interview, Gonzalez told authorities after he and Lachazo installed the equipment and removed the old equipment, he stepped outside to return phone calls, and left Lachazo inside the home to show Udell how to operate her new washer and dryer.Moments later, Gonzalez says he could hear the woman screaming inside the home. When Gonzalez went back inside the home, he found the woman on the floor of her laundry room. Gonzalez also told police that Lachazo was acting weird and told Gonzalez several times that they had to leave.Gonzalez says he called his supervisor and then police but while he was on the phone, Lachazo drove away from the scene with the company’s vehicle.Lachazo, who worked for the delivery company a little less than 2 years, was later arrested and charged with second-degree murder, first-degree arson, and armed burglary with battery. He told authorities that Udell was his 3rd delivery of the day and that he’d used cocaine and smoked marijuana through a vape pen sometime before the delivery.The lawsuit claims that Best Buy is responsible for Udell’s death because they hired the third-party companies J.B. Hunt and XM Delivery to deliver and install the appliances but did nothing to warn Udell that the drop off and insulation had been delegated to the third-party companies.The lawsuit also claims that Best Buy “did nothing to investigate, supervise or oversee,” the companies and accepted J.B Hunt and XM Delivery as employees of Best Buy.The family is currently seeking damages in excess of $15,000. read more