Dear Editor,In Fall of 2003, as I was finishing up three years of service in the United States Army, my wife returned home to Massachusetts with our infant son to look for a house. After a Paul Revere-like ride through “every Middlesex village and farm,” she told me that she wanted to move to Wilmington. I will be eternally grateful that Jomarie found this community as it has given us so much over the years, most especially the dear friends and neighbors that we have been blessed to make.I wanted to write and thank all of those people who have been supportive of Jomarie’s campaign for Selectman. Being the father of two daughters, I am very glad that those girls can see the names of women running for elected office on the placards in yards around town. As those children grow into young adults, I hope that they will have candidates like Jomarie to represent them.Jomarie is always looking for ways to help people in the community she cares so deeply about. As an attorney, she chose to practice an area of law that seeks to protect the most vulnerable members of our society, namely those children who have been abused or neglected. As a volunteer, she is moved by the sentiment of the famous quote about Robert F. Kennedy: “Some men see things as they are and say why? I dream things that never were and say why not?.” As a mother and a wife, she is always striving to make our small corner of the world a better place.In closing, I would ask that all those who read this letter to consider supporting Jomarie with a vote on election day. I would also ask those people to support the candidacy of incumbent Selectmen Greg Bendel and Kevin Caira. In Greg and Kevin, I see the same spirit of volunteerism and love for this community that animates Jomarie, and I think that they could tap into a synergy that would continue this town on the path that made it one of the best places to live in the Commonwealth.Very truly yours,David O’MahonyLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedLETTER TO THE EDITOR: State Rep. Dave Robertson Endorses Jomarie O’Mahony For SelectwomanIn “Letter To The Editor”LETTER TO THE EDITOR: O’Mahony Brings People Together, Always Helping Others With A SmileIn “Letter To The Editor”LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Shawsheen Tech School Committee’s Robert Peterson Sr. Endorses O’Mahony For SelectwomanIn “Letter To The Editor”
In what has emerged as an all-time low tariff for solar energy, US-based Sun Edison has won a bid to sell power at the rate of Rs.4.63 per kilowatt-hour (kW.h).The renewable energy made the bid for its 500 megawatt plant in Andhra Pradesh under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.”Delighted that an all time low solar tariff of Rs 4.63 (a kW.hr) has been achieved during reverse e-auction conducted by National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC),” Power Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted on Wednesday.”Delighted that solar tariff in India has broken Rs 5/kW.h level. NTPC has received bids of Rs 4.8/ kW.h through ongoing reverse e-bidding,” he added.Goyal made the announcement on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in New Delhi on Tuesday, following the bidding earlier in the day.The previous lowest solar tariff was about Rs.5.05 per unit offered by Canadian company SkyPower’s for a 150 MW project in Madhya Pradesh.Of the 28 companies that qualified for the second round of bidding, nine including Italy’s Enel Green Power SpA, Reliance Power Ltd, ReNew Power Ventures Pvt Ltd, Solar Arise, Acme Solar and Orange Renewable Power offered bids under Rs.5 per unit.Other bidders included Welspun Renewables, Trina Solar and First Solar.
Dr Kamal HossainJatiya Oikya Front chief Kamal Hossain on Monday said no one will be able to deprive people of their ownership of the country if they get organised and cast their votes, reports UNB.”We all will cast our votes as per the constitution. Let’s conduct an all-out election campaign at every house and every locality. Seeking votes is not an offence,” he said.Speaking at a discussion programme, Kamal further said, “We must enjoy our ownership of the country, but we don’t have any quarrel with anyone. If we can get organised no one can deprive us of it (ownership of the country.”Bangladesh Human Rights Monitoring Council arranged the programme at the National Press Club, marking the International Human Rights Day.Kamal warned that the country’s independence will be hampered if people cannot cast their votes. “We must restore people’s ownership of the country to bring back democracy.”He urged the government to ensure the best use of the last 20 days of its tenure so that people can appreciate it after the election.”Your tenure has almost come to an end. Only 20 days are left. So, use the time properly. We’ll help you if you want to do that. For Allah’s sake do something good so that we can thank you on 31 December,” he said.Kamal also reminded the government that people did not accept the ‘lopsided’ election held in 2014.Referring to media reports on the growing incidents of extrajudicial killing, he demanded the government form a strong probe body to investigate the incidents.”Extrajudicial killing has turned epidemic …there’s no guarantee of normal death in the country for lack of democracy. People can’t die without any trial. Extrajudicial killing must be stopped,” the jurist observed.