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Va Behind The Wheel





va behind the wheel






    wheel
  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine

  • change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"

  • steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering

  • a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)

  • Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events

  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground





    va
  • (in the UK) Order of Victoria and Albert

  • (vas) vessel: a tube in which a body fluid circulates

  • Virginia: a state in the eastern United States; one of the original 13 colonies; one of the Confederate States in the American Civil War

  • Veterans Affairs (formerly Veterans Administration)

  • Department of Veterans Affairs: the United States federal department responsible for the interests of military veterans; created in 1989

  • Vicar Apostolic











va behind the wheel - Growing Up




Growing Up and Getting Old Behind the Wheel: An American Auto Biography


Growing Up and Getting Old Behind the Wheel: An American Auto Biography



Witty and softly sardonic, William Schiff’s autobiographical romp describes his lifelong travels from early childhood to the Golden Years. Growing Up and Getting Old Behind the Wheel: An American Auto Biography is framed in a web of Americana, including cars he has ridden in, driven, modified, and even stolen. The span of his story is peppered with allusions to the locales, books, films, music, and social politics of the times he has experienced.

He describes his youthful descent with friends into light criminality—his incarceration, and his ultimate salvation and redemption through America's universities, rather than through its Churches. He sketches his menial jobs as a youth, as well as his later roles as student, university professor, parent, behavioral scientist, and retiree. If you’ve lived in America between 1940 and today, you’ll want to come along on the engrossing scenic drive through his vivid memories.

Witty and softly sardonic, William Schiff’s autobiographical romp describes his lifelong travels from early childhood to the Golden Years. Growing Up and Getting Old Behind the Wheel: An American Auto Biography is framed in a web of Americana, including cars he has ridden in, driven, modified, and even stolen. The span of his story is peppered with allusions to the locales, books, films, music, and social politics of the times he has experienced.

He describes his youthful descent with friends into light criminality—his incarceration, and his ultimate salvation and redemption through America's universities, rather than through its Churches. He sketches his menial jobs as a youth, as well as his later roles as student, university professor, parent, behavioral scientist, and retiree. If you’ve lived in America between 1940 and today, you’ll want to come along on the engrossing scenic drive through his vivid memories.










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Roger's Fireproof Hotel




Roger's Fireproof Hotel





Feb. 24th, 2008 Posted on Wheeling News Register site by Casey Junkins:

Practicing Home Rule in Wheeling

WHEELING — The owner of the Rogers Hotel in downtown Wheeling plans to begin renovating in April the 14th Street building that has been under a raze or repair order for several years — but city officials said the building is an example of a problem they would like to solve through home rule.

Mark Jaber, a resident of Akron, Ohio, purchased the Rogers Hotel for $3,000 from Christopher Wright of Montgomery, W.Va., in January 2005.

The hotel was built about 1915; a sign painted on its west side claims the hotel is “fire proof.”

Though Jaber said he originally planned to begin renovating the hotel this month, he said he now will want until April to resolve some tax disputes. Jaber is seeking authority to open a ‘‘full-blown’’ casino on the site, but said he would settle for opening a hotel and restaurant if the casino proved unfeasible.

Herron said he does not know Jaber nor intentions for the Rogers Hotel, but he said the building clearly has been vacant for several years.

“Properties like that are the ones that we would like to impose the registration fees on,” Herron said.

The Municipal Home Rule Board is expected to meet in Wheeling on April 1 to decide if the city will be accepted to its pilot program. City Council voted 7-0 in December to approve the the city’s home rule application, which addresses enforcement of service liens, requiring payment of registration fees for vacant properties and issuing conditional use zoning and planning permits.

If application is approved, council would have the authority to draft ordinances they hope will help them address problems associated with vacant and dilapidated buildings.

“Our home rule plan would certainly help us collect property liens and encourage the development or demolition of vacant buildings,” Herron said.

City officials hope to collect $191,223 from numerous property owners for demolishing 20 buildings throughout the city — though Herron said it may be awhile before the city can recover the fees.

With regard to the vacant property registration provision of home rule, Herron said the city wants to adopt a program very similar to one used in Wilmington, Del. Information provided by Herron shows an annual fee schedule in Wilmington of $500 for a property that has been vacant for one year; $1,000 for two years; $2,000 for three to four years; $3,500 for five to nine years; $5,000 for 10 years; and $5,000 plus $500 for each additional year after 10 years. Herron said requiring the owners of vacant properties to pay a registration fee would give them an incentive to either renovate or demolish the property.

“This program is not designed to be a source of income for the city; it is designed to encourage the property owners to do something productive with their buildings,” Herron said.

Herron declined to speculate about whether the fees would apply retroactively. “Anything like that would be at the discretion of City Council,” he said.

Council is expected to pass an ordinance at its next meeting to provide for “fixing the assessments for the cost of razing dilapidated structures on certain properties in the city in accordance with applicable sections of the West Virginia Code and the codified ordinances of the city of Wheeling.”

The following properties have been assessed for the following amounts against the last known owners: 32 Virginia St., $10,436, Thomas Coddington; 34 Virginia St., $18,779, Clara Wycherly; 38 Virginia St., $11,903, Bonnie and Wayne Penvose; 210 N. Huron St., $6,290, Destiny Ventures; 406 S. Penn St., $21,104, Dale and Katheryn Schott; 419 S. Penn St., $6,289, Gordon and Tracy Jenkins; 510 S. Penn St., $6,950, Carol McCrosky; 1045 Lind St., $6,247, Sandra Miles; 1049 Lind St., $10,538, Barbara Fragale; 1104-1106 Baltimore St., $11,259, West Virginia Land Agency; 1219 McColloch St., $7,177, Bob Letzelter; 14 Main St. Terrace, $10,106, Richard Goff; 3823 Jacob St., $8,438, T.J. DeFelice; 3840 Jacob St., $9,036, Earl Howard; 3844 Jacob St., $5,841, Sherry Kitchen; 79 Sligar Ave., $6,690, JoAnn Danehart; 316 Clifton Ave., $9,988, John and George Wright; 318 Clifton Ave., $7,415, Tony and Mary DeLash; 338 Highland Ave., $7,787, Tammy Green, and 18 Hendershot St., $8,950, David McGarry.

Officials want to have the assessments become liens on the real estate, but Herron said current law makes it very difficult for the city to collect such liens from the property owners.

To remedy this problem, the home rule application requests an enforcement mechanism behind such service lien programs. The city requests lien priority status to assist in fee collection for demolition costs involved with abating public nuisances, while also requesting the right to recapture some of the general fund money used to perform these activities in the past.











Kalachakra symbol, wheel of time.




Kalachakra symbol, wheel of time.





Bhutan. Punakha dzong.

The kalachakra seed syllable is a complex Buddhist emblem symbolizing the Kalachakra, or wheel of time. The seven intertwined letters (rendered in Lantsa, a Buddhist version of Sanskrit used for mantras and sacred texts) represent the seven words of the kalachakra mantra- "Ham Ksha Ma La Va Ra Ya." The seven letters, combined with the crescent and full moons and the nada (wisp), make up the ten elements that give the emblem its name.
This symbol can be found nearly everywhere where Tibetan Buddhism is present, in various forms. It represents the teachings of the Kalachakra tantra, one of the most complex tantric systems. The symbolism behind this logo is vast and has explanations referring to the outer world, the human body at its gross and subtle levels, and the practice of Kalachakra.









va behind the wheel








va behind the wheel




Senior Behind the Wheel






This book, Senior Behind the Wheel is written for you, the senior driver. It will not preach at you and it will not tell you what you have to do. That is for you to decide; it’s your choice. But, be aware, that senior drivers have more accidents than any other age group except new, teen drivers. This should alert you that driving is dangerous, especially for the senior. Per mile driven, the fatality rate for drivers 85 years and older is nine times higher than the rate for drivers 25 to 69 years old. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of injury-related death for seniors.

This book, Senior Behind the Wheel is written for you, the senior driver. It will not preach at you and it will not tell you what you have to do. That is for you to decide; it’s your choice. But, be aware, that senior drivers have more accidents than any other age group except new, teen drivers. This should alert you that driving is dangerous, especially for the senior. Per mile driven, the fatality rate for drivers 85 years and older is nine times higher than the rate for drivers 25 to 69 years old. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of injury-related death for seniors.










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