Maurice Ross: FA investigating Notts County departure after ‘unacceptable’ remark

What happened?

Notts County sacked Ross on Monday. The club have not yet publicly commented on the reasons behind his departure. Ross was only appointed on March 25.

“Assistant head coach Maurice Ross has this afternoon left the club with immediate effect,” the club said in a statement. “We will be making no further comment.”

The BBC reported on Tuesday that Ross was sacked following allegations that he made a racially insensitive comment to one of his players and The Athletic understands The FA is investigating the incident on such grounds.

How has Ross responded?

Ross has apologised for the

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Shawnee County Parks and Recreation received approval for its “Family Park Master Plan”

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -A plan that was in the making in 2014, has finally been approved.

“Everyone that has been a part of this process and that has provided us input that has allowed us to present stuff and get input and come back and in addition to everyone on this list we have had several surveys throughout the process that engaged the community and it identified some initial amenities that they would like to see in the pack as well as providing feedback,” said Zack Snethen.

While brainstorming amenities to include in the park, they wanted to include things

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Vacation rentals take a hit: County looks to revise rules

The Big Island’s vacation rental industry took a hit during the coronavirus pandemic, leaving county government unsure how it would pay for the extra staffers hired to process permits in the department.

The program was to be self-sustaining through permit and renewal fees and fines. But the county’s prohibition of short-term rentals during the height of the pandemic’s first wave and its continuing ban on the rentals’ use as quarantine facilities, coupled with families returning to live in their formerly rented units, led to an attrition of units on the short-term rental market.

The number of short-term vacation rentals requiring

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Iredell County Parks and Recreation Department modifies operations |

Iredell County Parks and Recreation Department is continuing to evaluate local, state and national guidelines in regards to COVID-19 and the phased reopening plan issued by the state.

The main priority is, and will continue to be, the health and safety of patrons and staff. The Iredell County Parks and Recreation Department announced the following modifications in operations for the Iredell County Recreation Center, in effect now:

Reservations are no longer required for the fitness center or group exercise classes. The capacity will be monitored and set to 40 people for the fitness floor and indoor group

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ilani breaks ground on luxury hotel in north Clark County

COWLITZ INDIAN RESERVATION — ilani has officially kicked off construction of a long-planned luxury hotel next to its north Clark County casino.

ilani President and General Manager Kara Fox-LaRose joined Cowlitz Tribe Chairman Philip Harju and a group of tribal leaders at a groundbreaking ceremony Friday morning. The event was timed to mark the fourth anniversary of the casino’s opening in 2017.

The planned hotel will be a 14-story tower with nearly 300 rooms, according to a press release from ilani. It will rise southeast of the main casino building, and conceptual renderings show that the two structures will be

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Do Cuyahoga County workers get more holidays and vacation than other workers?

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish proposes giving county workers a 12th paid holiday: Juneteenth, on June 19, which celebrates the emancipation of slaves in the United States.

Given that the county — one of the largest employers in the Cleveland area — already provides more holidays than the U.S. average of eight as of 2018, and The Plain Dealer sought more information about how the county’s time-off benefits compare to other employers.

Two human resource professors who spoke with the news outlet about Budish’s proposal said employers are increasingly seeking to provide more flexibility in leave

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