February 28 2007 While construction on the new

first_imgFebruary 28, 2007 While construction on the new Visitors Center entrance proceeds, access for physically challenged visitors has been temporarily moved to the parking area on the west-side of the North Vault. [Photo & text: sa] The maintenance department constructed a ramp to ease access. [Photo & text: sa]last_img

Rep VanderWall bill extends license plate tab renewals

first_img State Rep. Curt VanderWall of Ludington today introduced legislation to help drivers when they renew their vehicle registration tabs.House Bill 4535 will provide a 30-day grace period for Michigan drivers who have not received their license plate tabs in the mail from the Secretary of State to place them on their vehicle.“Currently, a vehicle’s registration expires on the driver’s birthday, so the new tabs need to be on the vehicle by that time,’ said VanderWall.  “However, a person could renew their tabs online before their birthday, but they may not arrive in the mail in time.  In this situation, a driver would actually be in violation of the law and could get a ticket.  This legislation would fix that.”Registration tabs may be obtained immediately at a local Secretary of State branch or a self-service kiosk as well as through the mail and online.“This bill will protect drivers who are waiting for their tabs to arrive and will give them reassurance that they will not have to worry about receiving a ticket because of their expired tabs,” the first-term legislator said.House Bill 4535 has been referred to the House of Transportation and Infrastructure Committee for consideration.### 01May Rep. VanderWall bill extends license plate tab renewals Categories: VanderWall Newslast_img read more

Russian pay TV service Stream has inked a subscrip

first_imgRussian pay TV service Stream has inked a subscription video-on-demand service with US distributor Miramax.The deal means Stream, the content arm of MTS and formerly known as Omlet.ru, will be the first pay TV service to launch Miramax movies via SVOD in Russia. Titles included in the multiyear deal include Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction and The English Patient.Danny Goldman, Miramax senior vice-president and head of sales, EMEA said:  “Stream has developed into a leader in the Russian media content market, and we are very pleased that they are our first partner in Russia as we continue to extend Miramax’s global relationships.”Stream’s content is available on Smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, set top boxes, and PCs. It has programming deals with NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Bros and Disney among others.last_img read more