first_imgRelated Items:marko bezjak, SC Magdeburg handball ShareTweetShare ShareEmail Marko Bezjak to join SC Magdeburg ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsOne of the most important players of SC Magdeburg, Marko Bezjak, won’t be able to help his team-mates until the end of the season.Experienced Slovenian playmaker has injury of shooting shoulder (right) which has to be threaten surgically, which means that team from “Getec Arena” will miss him in the next six to eight months!“This will be a big trouble for us in Bundesliga and EHF Cup competition”, is written in the club’s statement. Bezjak and Weber stays in SC Magdeburg until 2017! Recommended for you Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Lemke to leave, Bezjak extends in Magdeburg Click to commentlast_img read more

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first_imgThe southwest corner of 47th and Mission in Roeland Park has seen redevelopment nearby in recent years and some tenants have had their leases ended.Roeland Park agreed this week to move ahead in a joint venture with Westwood to prepare a Neighborhood Revitalization program proposal that could allow homeowners who undertake major remodeling projects to receive a reimbursement on the additional taxes that result from a higher assessed value. A Roeland Park analysis of building permits and assessments showed that home additions and major interior remodels have the greatest impact on subsequent house value.The idea for the program and for the two cities to work together on the project was first presented to the Roeland Park City Council In November 2013 by members of the 47th Street and Mission Road Overlay Committee, which has representatives from Westwood, Roeland Park and Kansas City, Kan. The committee reviews projects along the corridor which touches all three cities, and hopes to encourage redevelopment. A number of projects have started along the 47th Street corridor recently.Scott Bingham, who chairs the overlay committee, said the program is designed to encourage substantial investment, not just maintenance projects. The program works by allowing cities to set a rebate on additional taxes that might result from a home improvement. The program does not lower current tax collections, but gives back a portion of the new taxes if the property is assessed at a higher value after the remodel.Cities can set a number of conditions, including the percentage of the rebate and a minimum investment to trigger the program. They also can include commercial property and rentals if they want. The program has also been discussed in Mission.The program does not need to be identical in the two cities. Staff from both cities will put together a proposal on the details of the program. They would then go jointly to the school district and county to ask those taxing districts to participate.Bingham said the program is designed to keep housing stock strong which would attract more young families and, in turn, commercial investment. Councilor Michael Rhoades asked if re-investment isn’t already happening so the program would give back money that the cities would otherwise collect.last_img read more

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first_imgWith the Ravens holding their first open organized team activity session on Thursday, I’ve offered a dozen thoughts, each in 50 words or less:1. Most attention was on what Joe Flacco said in his first press conference since the draft, but the 11th-year quarterback looks leaner and is moving better than he has in quite some time. He threw the ball well and is pleased with the efforts made to improve the pass-catching spots.2. Lamar Jackson connected on a beautiful back-shoulder touchdown to fellow rookie Jaleel Scott during a red-zone drill, but he later threw a bad interception to safety Kai Nacua in the flat. Patience is needed with his development, but he’s sure fun to watch when he takes off with the ball.3. Many wide receivers can look great this time of year — Breshad Perriman has fit that description in the past — but Michael Crabtree stands out in a way similar to when Steve Smith and Anquan Boldin first arrived in Baltimore. You can tell Flacco is happy to have him.4. Many players have cited new defensive coordinator Wink Martindale offering more freedom and flexibility within schemes, and John Harbaugh even used a military analogy to describe the changes (11:59 mark). It’s an interesting concept, but with great power comes great responsibility.5. Kenneth Dixon could still stand to shed a couple pounds — Harbaugh acknowledged he hadn’t been in the best shape returning from last year’s knee injury and suspension — but he showed shifty moves in the open field. He remains a wild card for this offense if healthy and committed to football.6. Kamalei Correa is again working at outside linebacker after attempts to make him an inside linebacker, but Martindale — formerly the linebackers coach — said last fall he envisions him in an Albert McClellan role being able to play all positions. That’s his best path to a roster spot.7. Willie Snead looks the part of a slot receiver, using his running back-like frame to quickly change directions. I don’t expect him to put up huge numbers in this offense, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be a productive addition.8. Harbaugh said Patrick Ricard will continue to be used as both a fullback and defensive lineman, but his build more closely resembles a nose tackle now rather than the hybrid player he was as a rookie. He definitely got bigger this offseason.9. Marshal Yanda won’t take part in spring workouts, but he watched part of practice and continues to work his way back to full strength. The muscle atrophy in his lower left leg is still noticeable, but the Ravens remain confident he’ll be ready well in time for the season.10. The new kickoff rule drew praise from Harbaugh, who sees the potential for bigger returns with the kicking team no longer allowed a running start. The former special teams coordinator says teams could counter that by booting the ball into the end zone for touchbacks more frequently. We’ll see.11. With Jimmy Smith still on the mend and carrying a $15.675 million cap figure next season, the Ravens would be wise to begin viewing Marlon Humphrey as their No. 1 cornerback. It’s easy to see the potential for him to be a special player sooner than later.12. I liked seeing Ed Reed speak to the Ravens rookies during OTAs, but how could the timing not remind you of his annual flirtations with retirement and desires for a new contract this time of year? Those good old days also brought one of my favorite tweets of all time:last_img read more

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