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Removal of Bodies ‘Not Relevant’

first_imgThe over 2,000 residents of Upper Johnsonville, Kpekpeh Town, near the Kissi Camp Community, outside Monrovia, are say they are suffering from the offensive smell of corpses recently dumped in the nearby Kpanwein River.In response, the Minister of Internal Affairs, Morris Dukuly, whose agency has now been tasked with the disposal of bodies, told this paper via mobile phone that there is no corpse exposed to create health hazard or environmental concerns for the residents.“We bought the parcel of land in question through my Deputy for Administration, and so, nobody tells anybody that the bodies will be removed since its being underground for over a week,” said Minister Dukuly.MIA Deputy for Administration, Rennie B. Jackson, who spoke through his Director for Communications, D. Emmanuel Wheinyue, failed to disclose the name of the person that reportedly sold that parcel of land to the MIA for burial of the dead Ebola victims as they claimed, and or the amount of money that allegedly changed hands.“The issues of who sold the land and the removal of the bodies from that area because of the environmental concerns are not relevant for now,” said Mr. Wheinyue, who failed to answer questions regarding whether residents can bury their deceased relative/s anywhere anytime once they have bought and deeded a parcel of land.Over a week ago, guarded by a heavily armed platoon of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) as well as Police Support Unit (PSU) officers, two mini trucks conveyed corpses believed to be victims of Ebola at different locations across the country. The bodies were dumped on the west bank of the Kpanwein River. They were intended to be buried in mass graves dug by a hired yellow machine, but the machine unfortunately got stuck in the mud, where the property meets the mangrove.The Kpanwein River connects the Kpeh-Kpeh Town Community to Whein Town in the east and Chicken Soup Factory on Somalia Drive in the west, as well as Upper and Lower Johnsonville and many other communities.Since the first truckload of corpses arrived Saturday, August 2, residents of the nearby communities have vehemently rejected the use of their land for the disposal of the bodies. An aggrieved Kpeh-Kpeh Town resident, Carey Daniel, told the Daily Observer that the exact plot of land where the graves are dug is a wetland on the bank of the river that is the source of water for many surrounding communities. They fear that their wells – from which they get water for drinking and domestic use – might be contaminated, exposing them to other diseases.Two school teachers, who are also residents of the area, Emmanuel G. Wonleh, and William S. Zuogbay, are among other inhabitants that have expressed fear of contracting diseases apart from Ebola as a result of the offensive odor that saturates the air over Johnsonville.They are concerned as to when the government, through the authorities of the Ministries of Health and Social Welfare and Internal Affairs, will come to remove the bodies and take them to the crematorium in Marshall or at an appropriate cemetery for ‘proper burial.’The order to dump the corpses on the land came against the backdrop of the government’s recent announcement that it would “consider cremating” (burning) the corpses of those who have died from the deadly Ebola virus. In the wake of the pronouncement, the burial team from the MOH/SW and Internal Affairs on Saturday, August 2, dumped at least 45 bodies in Kissi Camp, near the Kpeh-kpeh Town Community, Upper Johnsonville, just northwest of the City of Paynesville. A resident, Carey Daniel, was among those allegedly brutalized by soldiers accompanying the burial team. Nursing his bruised left eye over the weekend, Daniel wondered as to who selected the land on which the bodies were dumped since the land designated for the disposal of the corpses in Johnsonville is privately owned, with cornerstones conspicuously (clearly) planted and marked.One of the landowners, a businessman, T. Emmanuel Cole, said he was never contacted regarding the use of the piece of land he had purchased with a probated deed for his son, Joseph F. Dolo (cornerstone marked: JFD). “I’m not asking them to pay me [money] for my land.  I’m going to take the authorities to task for illegally using my land to bury dead bodies,” he said.Enraged that they had not been informed prior to the dumping that their community would play host to such a burial site and the implications involved, youth from Kpeh-kpeh Town and nearby communities started felling trees across the road, denying passage to the vehicles en route to bury the dead. For his part, Johnsonville Township Commissioner, Melvin Bettie, told the Daily Observer that he was indirectly connected to the dumping of the bodies, because, when approached by the MOH/SW authority, he could not immediately provide a burial site for corpses. According to him, he was not the one who ordered the execution of the burial exercise, but “because of my job, I assigned the Land Commissioner to supervise the process.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Man charged for damaging Police station door, disorderly behaviour

first_imgA 29-year-old man, who told the court he “fly in a passion” and kicked down the East La Penitence Police Station door, was on Monday charged for damage to property and disorderly behaviour.Calvin Francis appeared before Magistrate Faith McGusty at Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts and admitted to the offences.He admitted that on September 18, 2019, at the East La Penitence Police Station, he unlawfully and maliciously damaged one panel door valued $22,000, the property of the Guyana Police Force (GPF).The second charge stated that on the same day and same location, he behaved in a disorderly manner.Asked by the Magistrate to explain his behaviour, Francis said, “My big woman friend tricked me and carry me to the station because her six-year-old granddaughter told her I touched her. When I reach the station, the Police start beat me with a baton so I start fuh cuss up and behave bad. I fly in passion and kick down the door”.He added, “Your worship, I spend time in jail already, them boys does beat yuh bad. I gone give the Police a proper door”. Magistrate McGusty ordered that Francis perform 14 days of community service at the East La Penitence Police Station.last_img read more

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Contract for new attorney approved

first_imgCouncilman Jeff Siccama reacted to the news with a measure of relief. “We had him there, so this makes it official,” he said. “Now we can move forward and take care of business.” Meanwhile, the District Attorney’s Office is investigating possible violations of the Ralph M. Brown Act, the state’s open meeting law, by the City Council. Deputy District Attorney David Demerjian of the District Attorney’s Public Integrity Division said the review was prompted by a complaint about the council’s Feb. 6 meeting. He declined to name the person who filed the complaint. A closed session of the Feb. 6 meeting brought about Beltran’s appointment by a 3-2 vote of the council. Molinari and Siccama joined Councilwoman Rosie Vasquez in voting to retain Beltran. Lopez-Reid and Councilman Bob Bagwell voted against hiring Beltran. The open portion of the meeting dealt with a $22 million series of redevelopment and housing refinancing bonds, according to officials and documents. District attorney investigators sought the meeting agenda and minutes, officials said. Molinari said it was imperative that the contract was signed. “Without a signed contract there would be some question if Beltran was the city attorney,” Molinari said. “I think if we didn’t get it done, (Beltran) would have resigned.” frank.girardot@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2717 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The document was signed late Thursday by Molinari, who is mayor pro tem. Molinari said he signed the contract after receiving word that Lopez-Reid would be out of town for several days. Molinari said it is undetermined if the performance review period began in February or this week. “The \ thought we should get it done as soon as possible,” Molinari said. “We went ahead with it after he received a letter from the mayor that informed us she was absent and would not be available for several days.” Molinari said he and Randy Narramore, the interim city administrator, turned to the law firm of their former city attorney, Marco Martinez, for advice before signing the document. Narramore was unavailable for comment Friday. Beltran did not return two phone calls seeking comment Friday. MONTEBELLO – The city approved the contract of its city attorney the same day investigators with the District Attorney’s Office asked for city documents connected with possible open-meeting violations. Montebello will pay J. Arnoldo Beltran $5,000 a month for the first 50 hours of service, then $170 per hour after that, as part of a contract for city attorney services, officials said. “That was the lowest retainer of any of the firms we interviewed,” Councilman Bill Molinari said. “I’ve also asked for a six-month performance review.” Beltran was hired Feb. 6. The contract was approved by the council Feb. 14, but went unsigned after Mayor Norma Lopez-Reid refused to endorse it. last_img read more

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Green Commandos crowned national champs

first_imgDebutants Olbolosat had put in a good show defending well but Atola glanced in a header at the near post with virtually the last kick of the game as the Green Commandos clinched the crown they have waited for since 2014 when they won it on home turf in Kakamega.“It was a very tough match, frustrating at some point because we dominated but couldn’t crack them. But credit to them they fought hard and were in the final on merit. They beat St. Antony in the semis which is a very good team,” Kakamega head coach Brendan Mwinamo said.He added; “This is our 14th title and I am very pleased that we have won. Now the focus is on the East Africa School Games. Last time out we finished third but now we want to go and challenge for the top prize,” the tactician further added.Kakamega were the better team in the entire match and had pinned Olbolosat in their own half in almost the entire match without any scoring luck.They had their first chance of the game in the ninth minute when skipper Alpha Onyango’s shot from distance was turned behind for a corner by the keeper after some good build up from the Green Commandos with the fans applauding in approval.Kakamega High School coach Brendan Mwinamo issues instructions to midfielder Joshua Otieno during their National Secondary School Games final at the Hill School in Eldoret on July 28, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThree minutes later, Kakamega were knocking, this time Evans Odhiambo skipping away from his markers on the left before unleashing a stinging shot that the keeper turned behind for a corner.The Olbolosat keeper Victor Mwangi, aptly nicknamed ‘Ospina’ by his teammates was the difference between Kakamega and the first goal. He earned his full pay, pulling save after save denying the 13-time champions.In the 27th minute, he was at hand once again to thwart Kakamega after Atola had raced onto a rebound when Alpha’s freekick from the right rattled the crossbar.Olbolosat had their first chance at goal three minutes from half time when Silah Wangila surprised the Kakamega backline with a snap shot from almost 40 metres out but the effort went over the bar by inches.In the second half, Kakamega kept their front playing style and should have been ahead in the 63rd minute but Odhiambo’s cracking effort from the right was beautifully saved by ‘Ospina’.In the 68th minute, Joshua Otieno who seemed jaded after putting in a shift in Friday’s semi final tried his luck with another rasping effort from distance but it flew a few millimeters over the bar.Kakamega High School midfielder Alpha Onyango vies for the ball with Olbolosat’s Silah Wangila during their National Secondary School Games final at the Hill School in Eldoret on July 28, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluKakamega pushed and pushed and at some point it seemed the game was headed for extra time with Olbolosat defending in numbers, leaving only one player upfront while everyone else played behind the ball.They were nipped at the stroke of full time, Atola rushing in to the near post to glance in a header past a forest of defenders from Samson Otieno’s corner.-Girls competition- Earlier on in the girls category, Kwale Girls shocked pre-game favorites Arch Bishop Njenga from Western beating them 4-1. Saumu Baya scored twice with Lucy Kwekwe and skipper Elizabeth Kioko who have been brilliant for the team adding one each.Violet Wanyonyi scored Arch Bishop Njenga’s consolation.0Shares0000(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Kakamega High School captain and Gor Mahia midfielder Alpha Onyango in full flight motion as Olbolosat’s Silah Wangila prepares to close down during their National Secondary School Games final at the Hill School in Eldoret on July 28, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluELDORET, Kenya, Jul 28- Henry Atola struck in stoppage time as Kakamega High School clinched their 14th National Secondary School Games football title with a 1-0 win over Central Region’s Olbolosat at the Hill School in Eldoret on Saturday afternoon.The full-to-capacity Hill School in Eldoret burst into frenzy after the full time whistle with enthusiastic Kakamega fans thronging the pitch in celebratory dances, some belting loud isikuti drum sounds with the triumphant players carried shoulder high.last_img read more

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MURPHY – “DONEGAL HAVE TO MAINTAIN THEIR HIGH STANDARDS”

first_imgLife after Jim: Michael Murphy has insisted Donegal must maintain their high standards set my former manager Jim McGuinness.Michael Murphy has insisted that Donegal need to maintain their high standards set by former manager Jim McGuinness.The Donegal county board have yet to appoint a successor to McGuinness who overseen the most successful period in the history of Donegal GAA.Murphy reckons whoever is appointed to succeed McGuinness will have the full backing of the players, and said they must maintain the high standards which were set by McGuinness. Murphy told The Irish Independent, “It’s up to us as players to really row in behind whoever is going to be manager.” It doesn’t really matter who it is. That is all we can do as players. Whoever comes in, I’m sure they will do a good job.“Obviously, the standards have been set for us as players. Whoever the new manager is, we will have to maintain those standards. If not, we will have to raise them a little bit higher.This Sunday, Murphy has a chance to win his third Donegal SFC title with his club Glenswilly, but that game may now be in doubt. Glenswilly may be forced to have a replay with Naomh Conaill following an incident involving Ciaran Bonner.Murphy has also been named as captain of the Ireland International Rules team for their forthcoming series in Australia next month.  MURPHY – “DONEGAL HAVE TO MAINTAIN THEIR HIGH STANDARDS” was last modified: October 29th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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) Tags:donegalGAAJim McGuinnessMichael MurphynewsSportStandardsSuccessorlast_img read more

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Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace

first_imgDonegal death notices for today, Sunday, October 29.   Charlie MC MONAGLEThe death has occurred of Charlie Mc Monagle, Corgary, Ballybofey, Donegal, peacefully at Brindley Manor Nursing Home, Convoy in his 94th year. Beloved brother of the late Bella, Mary and Annie. Sadly missed by his nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, extended family circle and friends.Remains reposing at the home of his grandnephew, Peter Mc Bride, Corgary, Ballybofey, on Sunday Oct 29th from 2pm until rosary at 10 pm. Funeral leaving from there on Monday Oct 30th at 1.30 pm for requiem Mass at 2pm in St.Mary’s Church, Sessiaghoneill, with interment afterwards in the adjoining churchyard. Donations in lieu of flowers, if so desired, to the Patients Comfort Fund, Brindley Manor Nursing Home, care of any family member. Bill MC GLINCHEYThe death has occurred of Bill Mc Glinchey, 556 Ard Mc Cool, Stranorlar, Donegal, peacefully, at Letterkenny University Hospital, surrounded by his family. Beloved husband of Breid and much loved father of Noeleen, Gerard and Bernard. Dearly loved brother of Eileen, Attracta, Kieran, Geraldine and the late Bernard. Sadly missed by his wife, sons, daughter, sisters, brother, nephews, nieces, extended family circle, neighbours and friends. Remains reposing at his home on Sunday, October 29th, from 5pm until rosary at 10pm and on Monday, October 30th, from 11am until rosary at 10pm. Funeral leaving his home on Tuesday, October 31st, at 10.30am for requiem Mass in the Church of Mary Immaculate, Stranorlar, at 11am. Interment afterwards in Drumboe Cemetery. Family time on the morning of the funeral, please. Eddie GALLAGHERThe death has occurred of Eddie Gallagher, Creevary, Rathmullan, Donegal.Reposing at the residence of his sister Teresa and Willie Gordon, Ballyconnolly, Ray, Rathmullan. Requiem Mass in St Joseph’s Church, Rathmullan, on Monday, 30th October, at 11am, followed by burial in Rathmullan Cemetery. Madge COLLINSThe death has occurred of Madge Collins, Redford, Culdaff, Donegal, at her daughter Evelyn Collin’s residence.Removal on Monday, 30th October, at 10.15am to St. Mary’s Church, Bocan, Culdaff, for 11am Requiem Mass, followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Bocan Parish Church Restoration Fund. Anne RICHARDSONThe death has occurred of Anne Richardson, St Paul’s Park, Greencastle, Donegal, formerly of Ballybrack.Arrived at St Mary’s Church, Ballybrack, yesterday evening. Funeral Mass today, Sunday, 29th October, at 12 noon, followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery.Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace was last modified: October 29th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare 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) Tags:obituarieslast_img read more

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Photos: Former Woodside home of San Francisco Giants great Willie McCovey sold

first_imgThe home of late San Francisco Giants legend Willie McCovey has been sold for $4.2M, reports Realtor.com.Click here if viewing from a  mobile device.The property in Woodside, Calif. has three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths over 3,810 square feet. Every room features a bay view, and the home also includes a game room, pool and fire pit among other amenities.The home was purchased in 1973 for $38,500, according to public records. Tom LeMieux and Jennifer Bitter with Compass were the …last_img read more

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Virgin Australia launches China push with Hong Kong flights

first_imgVirgin Australia will seek regulatory approval for a proposed alliance with part-owner HNA Aviation, Hong Kong Airlines and HK Express that will see it fly to Hong Kong from the middle of the year.The airline plans to introduce flights between Hong Kong and Australia in mid-2017 using Airbus A330 aircraft featuring its award-winning business class.It will offer an onward connection to mainland China on services operated by Hong Kong Airlines.Virgin Australia wins major awardsHowever, the Australian carrier also flagged today that it ultimately wants to operate direct flights in the highly competitive market between Australia and Mainland China.The initial stages of the alliance will see the airlines codeshare on each other’s flights between Australia and Hong Kong as well as between Australia and mainland China and on each other’s domestic networks.Virgin’s Velocity frequent flyer members and HNA’s Fortune Wings Club members will get reciprocal access to frequent flyer benefits and lounges. The airlines are also proposing to co-operate on route planning, sales, distribution and marketing.The airline has yet to reveal where it will fly from in Australia, although the speculation is Melbourne, and would not confirm if the flights would be daily.  It said pricing would be competitive without specifying fares. Virgin Australia group executive chief executive John Borghetti described the services, which are still subject to regulatory approval, as a “game changer’’ for travel between Australia and China and said they were a key plank in the carrier’s international strategy.“The alliance will accelerate and support our access to the Chinese market, which is Australia’s fastest growing and most valuable inbound travel market,’’ he said.“HNA Aviation fly nearly 100 million passengers each year and we look forward to working collaboratively with them to drive inbound visitation to Australia, resulting in significant benefits for the Australian tourism industry and the broader economy.’’The airlines have submitted an application for authorisation of the alliance to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.Mr Borghetti said he hoped Interim approval would be granted quickly, possibly within a month.“The reason for that is, as you know, Hong Kong is really a route that’s covered by two carriers,’’ he told a telephone conference. “Cathay and Qantas have got it by the throat and we intend to break that duopoly and bring real competition on the route.’’The news came as Virgin reported a net loss of $A21.5m for the first half of fiscal 2017 compared to a $A62.5m profit in the same quarter last year. This translated to an underlying profit before tax of $A42.3 million, a fall of  $A39.2m on the same period a year ago.last_img read more

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Brand South Africa welcomes the United Nations’ appreciation of SA’s peacekeeping operations

first_imgJohannesburg, Friday 31 May 2019 – Brand South Africa has noted and welcomes the United Nations (UN) recognition and praise of South Africa’s role in peacekeeping missions on the African continent.Speaking at the 2019 commemoration of the International Day of UN Peacekeepers held in Bloemfontein, South Africa – the newly appointed UN Resident Coordinator of the United Nations in South Africa Ms. Nardos Bekele-Thomas said that the country’s brave men and women should be celebrated for they put their lives at risk daily in their efforts to bring peace and security in the countries from which they operate. “Many other South African men and women have paid the ultimate price in the service for global peace,” added Bekele-Thomas.Since the advent of democracy in 1994, domestic and international expectations have steadily grown regarding South Africa’s role as a responsible and respected member of the internationally community.“South Africa has come a long way since the days when the sight of its armed forces used to instil fear among the peoples of neighbouring states. Since 1994, South Africa has transformed the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) into a symbol of hope and a defender of defenceless people. South Africa’s armed forces are celebrated today for their critical role in stabilising, reconstruction and development of infrastructure and the training of troops in war-torn countries,” said Brand South Africa Acting CEO, Ms Thulisile Manzini.With a total of more than 1,190 troops stationed in UN Peacekeeping missions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan and South Sudan, South Africa is considered as the 11th biggest troop contributor to UN Peacekeeping in Africa and the 17th biggest in the world.Testament to South Africa’s efforts is also recognised in the 2018 Good Country Index, which sees the country ranking 3rd out of 163 countries for its contribution to international peace and security. The Good Country Index measures how much each of the 163 countries on the list contribute to the planet, and to the human race, through their policies and behaviours. The Index is a composite statistic of 35 data points mostly generated by the United Nations. These data points are combined into a common measure which gives an overall ranking, and a ranking in seven categories: Science and Technology, Culture, International Peace and Security, World Order, Planet and Climate, Prosperity and Equality, as well as Health and Well-being.Brand South Africa would also like to express sincere congratulations to Ms Bekele-Thomas on her new appointment as a direct representative of the UN Secretariat. Ms Bekele-Thomas’ role includes, but not limited to, ensuring the coordination of all UN operational activities for its development programme in the country and to facilitate the alignment and coherence of UN operational activities for development in line with national priorities and development objectives.//ENDS//Notes to the EditorAbout Brand South AfricaBrand South Africa is the official marketing agency of South Africa, with a mandate to build the country’s brand reputation, in order to improve its global competitiveness. Its aim is also to build pride and patriotism among South Africans, in order to contribute to social cohesion and nation brand ambassadorship.About Play Your PartPlay Your Part is a nationwide programme created to inspire, empower and celebrate active citizenship in South Africa.  It aims to lift the spirit of our nation by inspiring all South Africans to contribute to positive change, become involved and start doing. A nation of people who care deeply for one another and the environment in which they live is good for everyone.Play Your Part is aimed at all South Africans – from corporates and individuals, NGOs and government, churches and schools, from the young to the not-so-young.  It aims to encourage South Africans to use some of their time, money, skills or goods to contribute to a better future for all. For more information or to set up interviews, please contact: Tsabeng NthiteTel: +27 11 712 5061Mobile: +27 (0) 76 371 6810Email:tsabengn@brandsouthafrica.comlast_img read more

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Summertime, and the Living is Easy

first_imgYou may or may not be aware of this, but I have spent much of the last three years writing Green Building: Principles and Practices in Residential Construction, the first textbook on residential green building, with my friend and associate Abe Kruger. It was finally published in January, and as of February 4th, we were ranked as high as 192,000 on Amazon’s bestseller list!Check out our first review on Treehugger.com. There will be a full review of the book on GBA soon, but in the meantime, at my editor’s suggestion, I am going to recap some of the core concepts we cover in the book, including some of the awesome illustrations that accompany the text.Porches and patios and decks, oh my!Chapter 10, “Outdoor Living Spaces,” addresses the value of including porches, decks, and patios in homes. While the type of outdoor space and the amount of use they will get is very climate-specific, when they are properly designed and constructed, they can add value, save energy, and help occupants enjoy the outdoors.Now, I realize that designing and building outdoor spaces isn’t exactly brain surgery, but plenty of people don’t consider the implications of what type of structure they are building, how it will affect the interior space, and, most critically, how to attach it to the house to avoid structural problems. One major consideration with outdoor spaces is their effect on sunlight – consider using covered porches to keep out excess sun in warm climates and on west-facing windows, but avoid them in colder climates and on north-facing windows that let in even light that doesn’t overheat the house.Screened porches in climates with flying insects but moderate temperatures make great spots to relax – napping on a porch is one of my favorite pastimes.Avoiding dumb mistakesProbably the biggest issue with outdoor spaces is properly connecting them to the house in a way that doesn’t compromise the weather barrier. I have read too many stories about deck failures causing major injuries and death. Too many decks are just bolted to the house with no consideration of how to integrate them with the weather barrier to keep water out of the structure.Another challenge that many builders don’t pay enough attention to is properly sealing open porches above living space. In my humble opinion, they should probably be completely avoided, but sometimes you can’t — so when you do build one, make sure to do it right.Another issue with porches is making sure that there is a complete air seal where the roof connects to the house wall or roof. All too often there are big thermal bypasses that allow outside air to get into the wall or roof area, compromising the thermal envelope.The pros of outdoor living spaces outweigh the cons, but, like any part of a home, the work must be done properly to insure long-term durability and performance. It matters less what you do, and more that you do it properly.last_img read more

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