Stephen Susano is a co founder and principal of Stones River Group. He formerly served as executive director of Tennessee Business Partnership, a non profit issue advocacy organization he co founded with an alliance of some of the state’s top business leaders to promote policies that foster economic growth and enhance Tennessee’s competitiveness. More.
It offers a wide range of on site amenities creating a vibrant activity center which facilitates the networking of tenants. The abundant floor space and unique design give a perspective tenant the ability to relocate once, with the potential to expand in the same location. With convenience and easy access to the entire Eau Claire area, Banbury Place serves the needs of the business community quickly and efficiently..
Feline urological syndrome can cause symptoms at any stage of a cat’s life, but it will usually show signs by three years of age. Both male and female cats are prone to getting it, but the conditions in male cats are worse as they tend to have narrower urethras, which become clogged easier. If urine begins flowing back into a cat’s kidneys, they can acquire renal (kidney) failure and possibly die..
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At the post secondary level, since 2007 teams composed of a Provincial Court Judge and a working journalist have visited classes in the province’s university and college journalism schools to discuss the rule of law and the Court’s work. The teams’ differing perspectives have engaged students in animated and contentious debates. The program acquaints participants with practical as well as principled issues to provide a basis for informed reporting on the justice system.