October 18, 2017 Governor Wolf’s Statement on House Finance Committee’s Shale Tax Approval Budget News, Press Release, Severance Tax Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf provided the following statement on the House Finance Committee’s approval of a shale tax:“I urge House leadership to bring the severance tax to a vote on the floor as soon as they return to Harrisburg next week.“This is a fair and commonsense proposal that will address our structural budget deficit. Pennsylvania is the only natural gas producing state without a severance tax and the vast majority of the tax would be paid out of state.“I want to thank the bipartisan members of the General Assembly who worked to find common ground on the severance tax proposal.” SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
The kitchen at 24 Willand Drive, Beenleigh.“The 900mm gourmet oven was a definite must have for us and I couldn’t do without the gas cooktop,” Ms Murphy said. There is also a separate media room upstairs. The master bedroom has an ensuite with a huge shower and the remaining bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom also features a big shower and bath. The home at 24 Willand Drive, Beenleigh.THIS two-storey family home at 24 Willand Drive was built five years ago on an elevated block in Beenleigh. Owners Fiona and Adam Murphy said they wanted a spacious home that was light, bright and cheerful. “We built up high so it’s so breezy,” Ms Murphy said. “I love hanging out in my hammock on the deck — I feel like I’m on holidays out there.“And it’s nice to sit on the front porch in the morning, eat my breakfast and take in all the different layers of the garden.” The living area at 24 Willand Drive Beenleigh.Spread across two levels, the home has a double lockup garage downstairs along with a second living area and bedroom with bathroom that could be used as a home office. The hub of the home is a huge light-filled open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, with high ceilings, timber floors and french doors opening to the front deck. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“We get really nice breezes that come through the french doors,” Ms Murphy said. The modern white kitchen includes plenty of cupboard space, island bench and stainless steel appliances. The deck at 24 Willand Drive, Beenleigh.The home has ducted airconditioning, intelligent home automation and an in-built sound system in several of the rooms. The house is on a 724sq m block with side access. “We’re on a quiet, older street so it is really only people who live here who drive down it,” Ms Murphy said. The property is being marketed by Brennan Hill of Ray White Beenleigh and will go to auction at 10am on October 7.
Published on April 22, 2019 at 5:07 pm Contact Eric: firstname.lastname@example.org | @esblack34 Facebook Twitter Google+ After falling to its lowest-ranking in two months last week, Syracuse (14-3, 5-2 Atlantic Coast) rose a spot to No. 4 in Monday’s Inside Lacrosse poll. While the top-3 in the rankings stayed the same, Syracuse took the fourth spot from Notre Dame, which fell to No. 5 Northwestern, 15-11, on Saturday.The Orange played just one game last week, a 16-13 victory over in-state rival Cornell. They fell behind 12-11 in the second half before taking control of the game in the last 11 minutes, outscoring the Big Red, 5-1.Syracuse is also ranked No. 4 in the ACC tournament, which begins on Wednesday. While Boston College owns the top seed both nationally and in the conference, SU was one of three teams that went 5-2 in the ACC, along with North Carolina and Notre Dame. All three teams went 1-1 against each other, but Syracuse lost the tiebreakers and earned the fourth spot.The Orange will play fifth-ranked Virginia, who they defeated 16-11 on March 2, on Wednesday in the first round of the ACC tournament in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments