Burlington Electric Department,Vermont Business Magazine Burlington Electric today launched its first ever electric vehicle (EV) rebate incentive program, through which members of the Burlington community will be eligible for a $1,200 rebate on the purchase or lease of a new EV with an MSRP of less than $50,000 (eg, not Tesla). The program will serve as an important component of making Burlington a “net zero energy city” across electric, thermal, and ground transportation sectors and will help Burlington Electric with its efforts to meet Vermont’s Renewable Energy Standard (RES).“For Burlington to be successful in achieving its net zero energy goal, we must tackle the transportation sector’s significant and growing greenhouse gas emissions,” said Mayor Miro Weinberger. “Driving electric is an important part of this environmental strategy to create significant emissions reductions. Once again, Burlington Electric and members of the Burlington community are leading the way in creating solutions to our climate challenges.”“Today’s launch serves as another example of Burlington Electric’s ongoing commitment to build a sustainable energy future that reduces carbon emissions and supports a growing economy and a thriving community,” stated Neale Lunderville, Burlington Electric General Manager. “The EV incentive program is an important component of our efforts to drive our strategic net zero vision in the transportation sector. We are excited to provide this opportunity for our customers to help with the transition from fossil fuel burning cars to EVs.”“This is a great incentive for Burlingtonians to seize,” said Johanna Miller, Energy and Climate Action Program Director at the Vermont Natural Resources Council. “Kudos to Burlington Electric for stepping up and making it easier for their customers to invest in electric vehicles. Providing Vermonters clean, affordable, and convenient transportation choices – like renewably-powered electric vehicles or transit – is essential to reducing our collective reliance on fossil fuel-powered vehicles.”In May 2016, the University of Vermont and Burlington Electric Department officially unveiled four electric vehicle dual port charging stations that were recently installed on campus. Speaking at the event were (left to right) Kensey Hanson, a senior environmental studies major at UVM and intern at the Clean Cities Coalition; Neale Lunderville, Burlington Electric Department general manager; David Rosowsky, UVM provost; and Nancy Mathews, dean of UVM’s Rubinstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. UVM photo.All Burlington Electric customers, residential and commercial, who register their newly-purchased EVs in Burlington are eligible to take advantage of this special rebate program, which will be available through the end of 2017 and may be renewed or modified for future years. Customers may purchase a qualifying EV from any dealership in or outside Vermont. After purchasing an EV, customers should complete and submit the rebate form (found here(link is external)), along with a copy of the sales receipt, to Energy Services, Burlington Electric, 585 Pine Street, Burlington, VT 05401. Customers are limited to one rebate per household or business.The current list of qualifying EVs, which have ranges between approximately 60 and 230 miles, includes the following: BMW i3 (all electric version), Chevrolet Bolt, Ford Focus Electric, Mercedes Benz B250e, Mitsubishi i-MiEV, Nissan Leaf, Smart Electric Drive, and Volkswagen e-Golf. These EVs also may qualify for a federal tax credit. The Drive Electric Vermont(link is external) website provides helpful information about these EVs, including their vehicle range, MSRPs, and tax credits. Plug-in hybrids and conventional hybrids do not qualify for this rebate. Customers or dealers with questions about EV eligibility or any other questions related to this program are invited to contact Burlington Electric’s Energy Services team at email@example.com(link sends e-mail).Burlington Electric is offering this incentive as part of its effort to meet the Tier III requirements of Vermont’s RES, which supports utility programs that help customers reduce fossil fuel use in the heating and transportation sectors.. EVs reduce fossil fuel use and may save money on fuel and maintenance costs compared to conventional gasoline-powered vehicles. Pursuant to the RES, passed by the Vermont Legislature in 2015, electric distribution utilities like Burlington Electric are required to procure an increasing percentage of their electric sales from renewable energy. In addition, the RES includes an “energy transformation” requirement, known as Tier III, that tasks electric utilities to look for ways to reduce fossil fuel emissions (even where doing so may increase electric consumption). One way Burlington Electric plans to meet this requirement is through this EV rebate incentive program.As part of its efforts to encourage more Burlingtonians and Vermonters to go electric and to bolster Vermont’s EV charging stations network, Burlington Electric has installed 13 EV charging stations, totaling 24 charging ports, around the City. Charging stations are located on Main Street near City Hall, in both the Marketplace and Cherry Street parking garages, at Burlington Electric’s Pine Street facility, in strategic locations around the University of Vermont campus, at the Miller Information Commons parking lot at Champlain College, and at Hannaford supermarket in the New North End. A map of EV charging station locations can be found here(link is external).Source: BED 5.30.2017
Related For those who are members of a triathlon club or racing with a group of friends or workmates, the organisers will automatically enter these athletes into the Vachery Sprint Triathlon Club Championship so there are even more opportunities for prizes.Clubs or social clubs who compete just for fun should love the ‘mob’ competition, which rewards those that enter the most members to the Vachery races with even more spot prizes.The Vachery Estate is located just outside the picturesque village of Cranleigh in the Surrey Hills, only minutes from London and the motorways, M25, M23 and M3.Entry to the Vachery Sprint Distance is £40 (BTF member) or £44 (non-member).www.vacherytriathlon.co.ukwww.braveevents.co.uk Aimed at newcomers to triathlon, or for those that want to race hard and fast, the Vachery Triathlon Festival on 21 July will be holding a sprint distance ‘Try a Tri’ triathlon. The Sprint race is being held alongside the Olympic and Middle distance races organised for the festival at the Vachery Estate in Cranleigh, Surrey, UK.This year’s Vachery Sprint Distance Triathlon has prizes for individual age-group wins, club championships and spot prizes. ‘A fantastic atmosphere is guaranteed’, with triathletes from all three main races descending on the stunning Vachery Estate to enjoy the race expo, food and drink, music and the opportunity to mix with national champion triathletes and pro racers. All three races are still open for entries, with the middle distance race filling up fast and almost sold out.The 2013 Vachery Sprint Distance Triathlon race is a rare treat for athletes of all abilities and experience to race on quiet country roads (some closed) in the Surrey Hills, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Athletes will cover a 750m lake swim, 20K bike through quiet country roads, before finishing off with a 5K run on a closed flat country lane course.All entrants will receive a commemorative T-Shirt and every finisher receives a medal and complimentary food and drink, and More Than Massage physio post-race care. The event promises to offer something for everyone, with on-site camping within the Vachery Estate, an exhibitor’s area featuring the latest in triathlon gear and produce from local suppliers plus fun activities for all the family.Athletes and their families can enjoy a pasta-party in the evening before the race and even get fuelled up with a racers’ breakfast on race-day morning.
The Florida Bar is increasing its social media presence, and its recently launched podcasts, focusing largely on technology issues, have been “wildly successful.”Board of Governors member and Communications Committee Chair Renée Thompson told the board at its recent Coral Gables meeting that the committee will also look to strengthen ties with local bars, as well as Bar sections and committees, in the coming year.“We will be endeavoring this year to increase our communications with our voluntary bars, sections, and committee leaders.” Thompson said. “We will be endeavoring to increase education efforts on our Bar programs and departments and specifically what their functions are with an emphasis first on our grievance system.“Our committee is going to be looking at how we can get our leaders to communicate with one another and how they receive information from us as a board. We believe they are ambassadors within the profession and. . . the more information we can give them, the more information they can give to the members of the Bar.”The committee has modified the Bar’s social media policy to include blogs, Thompson said, and board member John Stewart, who chairs the board’s new Technology Committee will be experimenting with a blog.The Bar’s social media efforts are continuing to reach a rising number of people, she said, using Google+, Pinterest, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Twitter. Links to all of The Florida Bar’s social media platforms and those of sections and committees are posted at www.floridabar.org/socialmedia. Hits on the Bar’s Twitter account skyrocketed during the CLIO technology conference at the June Annual Convention, Thompson said.The Bar has also begun doing podcasts, including several done by the Bar’s technology consultant Adriana Linares, based on interviews she did during the convention. The podcasts are available on the Practice Resource Institute webpage at www.floridabar.org/pri. “They are wildly successful,” Thompson reported. “I thought we would get a couple hundred people listening to our podcasts; try 5,000.” August 15, 2015 Regular News Bar’s social media going strong Bar’s social media going strong
On December 19th in Warsaw City Hall the contract for delivering 35 LNG-powered buses and refueling stations was signed. The first LNG-fuelled buses will start operating on the streets of Warsaw at the beginning of 2015. The buses will be delivered by Lider Trading — distribution partner of Polish Solbus and Gazprom Germania.Solbus, its distribution partner Lider Trading, and Gazprom Germania have won a public tender issued by the city of Warsaw by convincing the Warsaw municipal transport company (MZA) of the ecological and economic benefits of using natural gas as a motor fuel.According to the contract, Solbus will provide innovative LNG-fuelled urban buses, and Gazprom Germania will supply the LNG and invest into the required refueling infrastructure. It is not the first investment made by Solbus and Gazprom into the development of the eco-friendly transport in Poland. In October the companies brought 11 LNG-fuelled buses to Olsztyn, the first such vehicles in the European municipal transport.„We are proud to be a part of this innovative and unique project. Introducing LNG-fuelled buses in Warsaw may be the first step towards a revolution in Polish and European transport. The benefits of natural gas used as a motor fuel are undeniable — gas is clean, safe and economic”, said Sergei Komlev, the Head of Contract Structuring and Price Formation Directorate of Gazprom Export.Introducing LNG to public transportation in Poland is an element of the wider European strategy supported by Gazprom Group towards a more eco-friendly, safer and economically attractive transport based on natural gas. Natural gas is one of the most promising fuel alternative to increasingly expensive petrol and diesel. One of the basic advantages of natural gas engines is the fact that they are significantly quieter and meet the strictest environmental requirements by reducing CO2 emissions at a low cost.[mappress]LNG World News Staff, December 25, 2013; Image: Solbus
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “2013 Report on the International LiDAR Market – Includes Forecast to 2018” report to their offering.A typical LiDAR system consists of three major components: a laser sensor, a Global Positioning System (GPS) unit, and an inertial navigation unit. The LiDAR system sends out laser pulses at the object/area to be mapped, and collects data by recording the pulses reflected by/from the object.This report segments the market on the basis of various product types, technologies, components used, applications, and geographies. Further, it contains revenue forecast, and analyses trends in the market. The geographical analysis contains an in-depth classification for North America, Europe, and APAC. Further, the Middle-East and Latin America have been classified under the ROW region. Each of these geographies has been further split by the major countries existing in this market.The sections and the sub-segments in the report cover drivers, restraints, opportunities, current market trends, and the technologies expected to revolutionize the LiDAR domain. The report also gives detailed profiles of various companies, currently, active in these markets.[mappress]Press Release, December 24, 2013; Image:
Proposed changes to judicial review carry the risk of undermining the rule of law, a high-profile committee of peers has warned.A report published today by the House of Lords constitution committee on the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill, currently before parliament, warns that the changes may undermine access to justice and weaken the ability of citizens to challenge decisions of government or state agencies.In particular, it raises concerns over the tightening of the criteria for granting judicial reviews, changes to the rules on the legal costs of interveners in judicial reviews, and proposals to make it easier for cases to ‘leapfrog’ the Court of Appeal.The report stresses that judicial review is central to the rule of law, as it provides the primary means through which parties may challenge the lawfulness of decisions made by the government and other public bodies. It questions the government’s position that judicial review ‘has expanded massively’, pointing out that once immigration cases are removed the number of applications for judicial review shows only a modest rise.The report notes that immigration cases have been removed from the jurisdiction of the High Court and are now dealt with by the Upper Tribunal. The bill proposes that courts must refuse an application for judicial review if it appears highly likely that the ‘outcome for the applicant would not have been substantially different if the conduct complained of had not occurred’.The committee says this could lead to ‘unlawful administrative action going unremedied’. Currently the law states that courts should refuse an application only if it is inevitable that the conduct complained of would have made no difference to the result. The report also says the changes covering costs that may be imposed on third-party interveners in judicial reviews may ‘impose too great a limit on effective access to justice’. The committee also asks the government to look at clause 46, which would make it easier for appeals from the High Court to ‘leapfrog’ the Court of Appeal and proceed directly to the Supreme Court.Rather than requiring the agreement of all sides, the report suggests, a case could be leapfrogged if the judge agrees to an application from one party, so long as certain tests are satisfied. Committee chair Lord Lang of Monkton (pictured) said: ‘Judicial review is an important means for citizens to challenge the legality of decisions by the state, so access to the process should not be unduly restrained.’He said the committee has ‘invited’ the House of Lords to consider the bill in the context of the ‘need to uphold the rule of law’.The bill will begin committee stage in the Lords on 14 July.
Share Share Sharing is caring! Share 56 Views no discussions NewsRegional CARICOM advances relations with Sweden, Netherlands by: Caribbean 360 – May 13, 2016 Tweet CARICOM SECRETARY-GENERAL, AMBASSADOR IRWIN, LAROCQUE (THIRD FROM RIGHT IN BACK ROW) AND MINISTERS OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF CARICOM AT THE 19TH MEETING OF COFCOR.KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Friday May 13, 2016 (Caribbean 360) – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Foreign Ministers have put measures in place for closer cooperation with Sweden and the Netherlands even as they seek to place issues impacting the development of Small Island Developing and Low-lying States (SIDS) in the spotlight.The Ministers, at their just concluded 19th Meeting of the Council for Foreign and Community Relations (COFCOR) in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, met their counterparts from the two European Union (EU) Member States.Aware of Netherlands’ strategic position as the current President of the EU, COFCOR engaged the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Bert Koenders on climate change, particularly its impact on SIDS and low lying States. While acknowledging the diplomatic success of COP21, the urgency of operationalisation of the Agreement was stressed. The concerns of the Community over blacklisting by EU Member States, and the withdrawal of correspondent banking services, both of which had an adverse impact on CARICOM States, were also presented to the Minister.Discussions with Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom centred on issues such as climate change, renewable energy, water management, ocean security, citizen security, as well as a proposal by Sweden and the Nordic countries to conclude a Memorandum of Understanding to facilitate cooperation in a range of areas.According to the Communique issued at the end of the Meeting, Foreign Ministers also considered CARICOM’s relations with a number of other Third States, and regional groupings, as well as with important development partners with whom the region enjoys long-standing ties.In acknowledging that many of these relationships were undergoing dynamic changes, they considered how best to position CARICOM to take advantage of these changing realities. They also deliberated on the Region’s priorities and challenges within key regional, hemispheric and multilateral bodies including the United Nations, the ACS and CELAC.Given the importance of the maritime environment to the sustainable development of SIDS, the Ministers discussed the Region’s response to matters relating to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Biological Diversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ). In this regard, they called for greater representation of CARICOM Member States at the annual meeting of the International Sea Bed Authority (ISA).The Ministers pledged the Community’s continued commitment to the work of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS). They welcomed Cuba’s appointment as Chair of the Executive Board of the ACS, and their hosting of the Seventh ACS Summit scheduled for June 4 in Cuba, and reaffirmed the importance of CARICOM’s participation at the highest level.
The U.S. Air Force has awarded Raytheon a $34.8 million contract to upgraded their electronic warfare capabilities for the Miniature Air Launched Decoy-Jammer missile (MALD-J). Development of the new version of the MALD-J, called MALD-X, will be completed in 24 months and will culminate in two flight demonstrations.MALD-X will build on the successful MALD platform to demonstrate the advanced electronic warfare capabilities needed today and in the future. It creates an upgrade path for the current MALD-J program of record and meets the requirements for the MALD-N, a net-enabled decoy/jammer for the U.S. Navy.MALD is a flying vehicle that confuses adversaries by posing as friendly aircraft. MALD-X, is a modular weapon designed for the Strategic Capabilities Office under the U.S. Secretary of Defense. It will demonstrate an improved electronic warfare payload, low-altitude flight and a datalink that will allow the weapon to communicate with other net enabled systems.MALD-X will allow the Air Force and Navy to quickly move on to the next generation of MALD, providing a substantial increase in capability and potential mission areas. The program will provide the combatant command with a flexible capability that will address key needs in multiple regions of the world.MALD-X is a uniquely collaborative effort, contracted and managed by the MALD Program Office at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, with program oversight from the SCO and shared technical management by both the Air Force and Navy.MALD is a state-of-the-art, low-cost, expendable flight vehicle that is modular, air-launched and programmable. It weighs less than 300 pounds and has range/endurance of approximately 500 nautical miles and 90 minutes. MALD-J adds radar-jamming capability to the basic MALD platform. MALD confuses enemy air defenses by duplicating friendly aircraft flight profiles and radar signatures. MALD-J maintains all capabilities of MALD and adds jamming capabilities.
[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’NBA finale: What’s at stake for winners, losers’ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”][/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=’custom’ color=”]Thursday, April 13, 2017[/av_textblock][av_image src=’http://www.panaynews.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/sports-nba-finale.jpg’ attachment=’103149′ attachment_size=’full’ align=’center’ styling=” hover=” link=” target=” caption=’yes’ font_size=” appearance=’on-hover’ overlay_opacity=’0.4′ overlay_color=’#000000′ overlay_text_color=’#ffffff’ animation=’no-animation’]Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul (left) goes to the hoop in front of Sacramento Kings guard Garrett Temple during their game in Los Angeles. AP[/av_image] NEW YORK – For some teams, it’s win and they’re in.For others, winning is the worst thing they can do Wednesday (Thursday in Manila).The last night of the NBA regular season isn’t just about playoff spots. It’s also about lottery seeds, the final chance to lock up the best odds possible for landing a high pick in what’s considered a deep draft.The Boston Celtics, with a victory over Milwaukee, will clinch the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, but they’ve already got the top spot for next month’s lottery. The Brooklyn Nets will finish with the league’s worst record, and their 25 percent chance of winning the lottery goes to Boston as part of the ongoing payment of the Paul Pierce-Kevin Garnett trade three years ago.But other teams have been doing their best — or worst, rather — to fall down the standings with curious lineups and questionable strategies. Commissioner Adam Silver has noticed the tanking going on and said last week it’s a serious issue for the league.“Sometimes there are opportunities to give other players on the roster additional minutes,” he said. “But there’s no question there’s also a certain amount of jockeying that’s going on there as teams look to go into the draft.”One of them is Phoenix (24-58), which wrapped up the second-worst record in the league Tuesday having already shut down starters Eric Bledsoe and Tyson Chandler a while ago. Charlotte is also finished, but the other 28 teams will be in action one more time.And with respect to the Indiana Pacers and Chicago Bulls, who would clinch the final two playoff spots with victories, in some other games there might be more at stake for the team that loses.A look at some games that matter:ATLANTA AT INDIANA, BROOKLYN AT CHICAGOThe Pacers and Bulls are playoff-bound with victories and they should get some help from their opponents. The Hawks have nothing to play for after being locked into the No. 5 seed when they beat Charlotte on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila), and the Nets have already announced they’ll rest Brook Lopez and Jeremy Lin along with some injured players.Miami is still alive and needs a victory over Washington along with help.TORONTO AT CLEVELANDThe Raptors are locked into the third seed, while the Cavaliers can still be No. 1 with a victory and a Boston loss.If that happened, Toronto could avoid the champs until the conference finals. Beat them Wednesday (Thursday in Manila), and the Raptors are guaranteed to see them one round sooner.PHILADELPHIA AT NEW YORKOne of the only things Phil Jackson has gotten right while running the Knicks is drafting Kristaps Porzingis at No. 4 two years ago. New York has its first-round pick for the first time since then and currently has the sixth-worst record, but a victory and the Knicks risk drafting around No. 10 if they were to fall backward the maximum three spots in the lottery.The 76ers are tied with Orlando for the fourth-worst record.DETROIT AT ORLANDONobody celebrates their lottery luck like the Magic, who have pingpong balls in their trophy case in recognition of wins in 1992, ’93 and 2004. But it’s easier to be lucky from No. 4 than No. 5, so another loss couldn’t hurt. Orlando looks capable of one after losing by a franchise-record 47 points to Chicago on Monday (Tuesday in Manila).SAN ANTONIO AT UTAH, SACRAMENTO AT THE LOS ANGELES CLIPPERSA Clippers win or a Jazz loss and their first-round series starts in Los Angeles. Utah needs to win and have the Clippers lose to seize the No. 4 seed. (AP) [/av_textblock][/av_one_full]
Share PENSACOLA, Fla. – For the second consecutive game, the Argonaut women’s basketball team lost a game that was tied in the final minute of play by one point, falling to Alabama-Huntsville 72-71 on the road Saturday night.After trailing for most of the second half, West Florida (5-16, 2-11 Gulf South Conference) went on a 6-0 run highlighted by a Hanna Vette (Tarkio, Mo./Mineral Area CC) jumper and 3-pointer to tie things up 71-71 with 46 seconds remaining in the game.UAH missed a layup with 19 seconds remaining, but the Lady Chargers’ Jasmine Hammond got the rebound and was fouled on the play. She made one of two free throws to give UAH a 72-71 lead with 14 seconds remaining, and Vette missed what would’ve been the game-winning 3-pointer with two seconds remaining before the clock expired.The game saw three ties and three lead changes as the two teams went back and forth throughout. UWF led 45-32 at halftime after a big first half by Jasmine Wigfall (Orlando, Fla./Timber Creek HS) who scored 13 points while going 5-for-6 from the field and Jaymie Druding (Orchard Park, N.Y./Maine) who scored 10 while going 5-for-5.Wigfall finished with 14 points and Druding led UWF with 20 points and nine rebounds. Toynetta Johnson (Pascagoula, Miss./Pearl River CC) added to her conference lead in assists with 10 on the night and to her lead in steals with three. Vette finished with 19 points.UWF will host West Alabama on Feb. 14 at 5 p.m. at the UWF Field House.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS#Newspaper Box ScoreWest Florida vs Alabama-Huntsville02/09/13 5 p.m. at Huntsville, AL (Spragins Hall)At Huntsville, AL (Spragins Hall)ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE 72, WEST FLORIDA 71WEST FLORIDA (5-16 (2-11 GSC))Druding, Jaymie 9-10 2-2 20; Vette, Hanna 7-18 4-4 19; Wigfall, Jasmine 5-83-4 14; Johnson, Toynetta 3-14 1-2 7; Miller, Raquel 1-4 3-3 5; Erland,Emily 2-4 0-0 4; Hughes, Kelseigh 1-3 0-0 2; Gradel, Sarah 0-1 0-0 0; Byrd,Taylor 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-62 13-15 71.ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE (10-13 (7-6 GSC))Smith, Jordan 6-16 5-6 21; Hammon, Jasmine 4-14 3-4 12; Jarnagin, Halle 2-107-9 11; Newton, Juanice 2-3 6-7 10; Bishop, Alysse 3-7 0-0 7; Steinert,Shannon 1-4 0-1 3; Robinson, Bailee 1-4 0-0 2; Jones, Kendra 1-4 0-0 2;Kelley, Natalie 0-0 2-2 2; Duncan, Morgan 1-4 0-1 2. Totals 21-66 23-30 72.West Florida……………… 45 26 – 71Alabama-Huntsville………… 32 40 – 723-point goals–West Florida 2-10 (Vette, Hanna 1-4; Wigfall, Jasmine 1-2;Johnson, Toynetta 0-4), Alabama-Huntsville 7-22 (Smith, Jordan 4-11; Hammon,Jasmine 1-3; Steinert, Shannon 1-4; Bishop, Alysse 1-1; Jones, Kendra 0-1;Duncan, Morgan 0-1; Jarnagin, Halle 0-1). Fouled out–West Florida-None,Alabama-Huntsville-None. Rebounds–West Florida 42 (Druding, Jaymie 9),Alabama-Huntsville 43 (Jarnagin, Halle 8). Assists–West Florida 17(Johnson, Toynetta 10), Alabama-Huntsville 10 (Kelley, Natalie 4). Totalfouls–West Florida 19, Alabama-Huntsville 16. Technical fouls–WestFlorida-None, Alabama-Huntsville-Kelley, Natalie. A-917 Print Friendly Version UWF loses second straight contest by one point UWF will look to get back in the win column with a pair of conference matches at home on Feb. 14 and 16 (Photo by Bill Stockland)