The 2017 Moonshiner’s Ball will take place in the Red Lick Valley in Irvine, Kentucky on May 19 – 21, and today organizers have revealed an exciting lineup for the festival. Headlining sets from Con Brio and Lydia Loveless top the bill for this festival event.The full lineup has a lot to offer, with sets from The Marcus King Band, Margaret Glaspy, Vandaveer, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Lil’ Smokies, Jon Stickley Trio, That 1 Guy, Tyler Childers, Golden Dawn Arkestra, Dawg Yawp, Blackfoot Gypsies, The Wooks, Nellie Pearl and Johnny Conqueroo. This is only the initial lineup, with more acts to be announced in the coming days.You can find tickets and more information on the festival’s website. See the full lineup announcement below.
On December 15, 2011 the VMBB issued $43.7 million in 2011 Series 5 Bonds to assist 26 municipalities to refinance outstanding debt issued through the US Department of Agriculture-Rural Development. The USDA-RD debt was originally issued to fund principally municipal drinking water and sewer projects. The refinancing bonds will save participating municipalities over $4,109,786 in future debt service payments.Through the December 15, 2011 issue of $25.9 million in 2011 Series 6 Refinancing Bonds, the Bond Bank was able to refinance its 2003 Series 2 bonds resulting in $1,750,000 in future debt service payment savings for 27 Vermont municipalities and school districts. Loans from the 2003 Series 2 bonds were originally used mainly for ‘bricks and mortar’ construction and renovation projects.About VMBBThe Vermont Municipal Bond Bank has been assisting Vermont’s municipalities with access to tax-exempt bond financing for over 40 years. Since 1970, the VMBB has issued over $1.24 billion through 64 new money and refunding bonds to finance various projects for over 400 of Vermont’s municipalities.For more information regarding the VMBB, please visit our website at www.vmbb.org(link is external) or contact Robert Giroux, Executive Director, at 802-654-7377 or [email protected](link sends e-mail).
Share InternationalLifestyleLocalNews Cruise Ship Aida Perla Turned Away After Risk Assessment by: – February 2, 2020 49 Views no discussions The Ministry of Health, Wellness and New Investment wishes to inform the general public that the Ministry has worked in collaboration with other critical stakeholders and conducted a risk assessment of the cruise ship Aida Perla, which was scheduled to arrive in Dominica on Sunday February 2, 2020.Based on the available information, and taking into consideration the public health risk posed to Dominica, a decision was taken that the ship will no longer be arriving in Dominica as originally scheduled.Our partnership with this cruise line has been strong and we value the contributions it has been making to the tourism industry and more particularly to Dominica’s economy.We look forward to welcoming this cruise ship to our shores in the near future. Tweet Share Share Sharing is caring!