Florida Already looking ahead to Phase Two of Re-opening

first_imgThe Trump administration’s social distancing guidelines expired last night and now many states like Florida are preparing to reopen.Phase One of the state’s reopening plan doesn’t start until Monday, and South Florida is not included in the initial unbuttoning, but plans are already underway for Phase Two. The Reopen Florida Task Force recommendations were just released. It gives us our first look at what the task force is recommending for Phase Two. Ultimately, the governor will decide. https://t.co/yVynQporqk— Rebecca Ollier (@BeccaOllier) May 1, 2020 The governor’s task force for reopening the state released its recommendations yesterday on further steps the state should take when conditions warrant.In Phase Two, restaurants could increase to 75-percent capacity, and gyms could open at 75-percent capacity as well. Bars and nightclubs could open at 50-percent capacity, and state parks would reopen. And, Governor DeSantis is expected to make an announcement today about reopening state parks.last_img read more


first_imgA JUDGE has ordered probation reports on two women whose behaviour outside a Co Donegal nightclub forced Gardaí to escort their victims to a bus so they could escape the melee.Judge Paul Kelly made the order after hearing about an incident on the Ramelton Road in Letterkenny in the early hours of the Sunday before last, January 12.Inspector Goretti Sheridan told the local District Court that Gardaí were forced to arrest Anna and Sarah Doherty after the incident. Anna Doherty, who is 27 and from 3 Manor View Park in Letterkenny, was arrested at the scene and charged with using threatening and abusive behaviour and failing to comply with the direction of Gardaí.“Miss Doherty was pulling another female by the hair and at one Sgt Siobhan Mollahan had to escort a number of women away from the scene onto a bus for their own safety,” said the inspector.“Miss Doherty had had to be restrained. she was arrested and gave a false name and address and she continued to be aggressive towards Gardaí when she was in custody at Letterkenny Garda Station.Anna Doherty, the court heard, had previous convictions for a Section 2 assault; public order offences and drink driving.Judge Kelly asked her what she was doing on the night of her arrest.“I don’t remember very much,” she said.“I’m not surprised,” replied Judge Kelly, “You have a tendency to do these things when you take far too much drink. You obviously have a drink problem.”He adjourned the case until March 20 asking for a probation and community service report.“Thanks judge,” replied Ms Doherty.Inspector Sheridan said that the next case, of Sarah Doherty Glenmacquinn, Letterkenny, was linked to the same incident.The 26-year-old was charged with using threatening and abusive behaviour in a public place.Inspector Sheridan said she too had been seen fighting on the street outside Pulse nightclub and was seen pulling someone’s hair.Judge Kelly asked Sarah Doherty why she was involved in the row.“I don’t go out very often,” she replied.The judge asked for similar reports for her and adjourned her case to the same date.GARDAÍ FORCED TO ESCORT PEOPLE TO THEIR BUS AFTER TWO WOMEN ATTACKED THEM was last modified: January 24th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more