Fort Knox Housing: 20 On Post Options (2021 Edition)

first_imgIntroductionWelcome to your new home at Fort Knox in Kentucky. Fort Knox stretches for nearly 109,000 acres and straddles Kentucky’s Bullit, Hardin, and Meade counties. The post itself is the 6th largest community in all of Kentucky. Best known for storing the gold reserves of the United States, Fort Knox is so much more than a vault. Fort Knox has been one of the most important military installations in the U.S. since the Civil War. We hope that this guide is a valuable resource for you as you settle into your new living arrangements in the Fort Knox housing communities. You’ll find that your new home has many outdoor activities to enjoy with plenty of options for entertainment in and around your posting.Suggested Read: Fort Jackson SC: In-Depth Welcome CenterFort Knox BAHTo look up your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for additional zip codes, please follow this link. This is a great tool to help you create a budget and guide you through your home search.To learn more about your military BAH rate, visit our in-depth guide here.Fort Knox BarracksAt Fort Knox, unaccompanied housing is available to enlisted ranks E-1 to E-5. All single service members must report to their unit to be assigned barracks space. Any personnel arriving on post after service hours will be assigned temporary living quarters until the next duty day.Every barracks space is furnished and within a reasonable distance of the dining area. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas, and there are no pets allowed in the barracks.The Unaccompanied Housing facilities strive to provide a personal residence that creates a comfortable, functional, and well-maintained home with a mission to take pride in the community.Fort Knox Housing Division Office127 6th Avenue Building 1110B, Suite 101Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121Phone: 1 (502) 624-8093Fort Knox Housing OfficeThe first thing you should do once you relocate to Fort Knox is head to the Housing Management Office. There you will receive a warm welcome from a team of professionals looking to help take the stress out of relocating. You will get assistance here with all of your housing needs and any information you need on military relocation. The Housing Management Office provides services that will help you with referrals, relocation assistance, guidance for entering a lease agreement, and tenant-landlord disputes.Fort Knox Housing Management Office127 6th Avenue Building 1110B, Suite 101Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121Phone: 1 (502) 624-808420 Fort Knox Housing OptionsFort Knox Family HomesMilitary family housing on post at Fort Knox is privatized. The owner, Knox Hills by Lendlease, is responsible for maintaining and managing the community neighborhoods.We advise you to contact the Housing Management Office as soon as you know that you are moving to Fort Knox. There, you will receive the latest information about privatized housing and help with the application process from the government housing team. You will also be informed about post-specific policies.The Knox Hills community offers 20 distinct neighborhoods with two, three, and four-bedroom floor plans. There are many different floor plans and layouts in this well-kept community. Each neighborhood and rental house or duplex comes with a set of amenities that will make you feel right at home. Each residence is pet friendly with no pet weight limit or a pet tax.Fort Knox Family Homes at Knox Hills41 W. Chaffee AvenueFort Knox, KY 40121Phone: 1(502) 799-6550Hours: Monday to Friday: 8 AM-5 PMSaturday and Sunday: ClosedApplying here is similar to living in the local community. You will sign a tenant lease agreement, typically for a one-year term. Your lease will include a military clause and a lease termination clause. Rent is paid by authorizing an allotment of your BAH that is paid directly to the property manager.If your family has school-aged children, the housing on post is within the DoDEA Americas Southeast District. Fort Knox does include some schools on post, which are intended for families living on post. These include two elementary schools, a middle school, and one high school.Knox Hills Community AmenitiesAmenities vary depending on the neighborhood you choose at Fort Knox but include some of the following: Air conditioning, fenced-in backyards, refrigerator, washer/dryer hookups, cable/Satellite hookups, garages, and carports. Each house also has a dishwasher, oven/stove range, and ceiling fans. Included in your rental are lawn services, trash and recycle pick up, and utilities are included. Select units will have a fireplace and basement.The rental homes at Knox Hills are newly upgraded and remodeled. As you come home each day, enjoy modern interior finishes, remodeled cabinets in your kitchen, and stylish vanities in the bathrooms.The community itself at Knox Hills offers amenities that will provide your family with entertainment year-round. The neighborhoods, much like your home, are pet friendly with a dog park on post. There are kids parks and a splash park within the gated community. There is also a basketball court, fitness center, and community center. Enjoy one of the many walking trails that make their way around the community.Be sure to keep up to date with the community as there are many free community events hosted throughout the year.More like this: 22 Of the Best Things to Do in Fort Jackson SCConclusionWe know that relocating can be a stressful endeavor, but we hope this guide has given you a place to start while planning your move to your new posting at Fort Knox. We hope you enjoy your new adventure in Kentucky, in one of the twenty great neighborhoods the Knox Hills community has to offer at Fort Knox. Always plan ahead and check availability based on rank and waiting lists through the Fort Knox Housing Service.last_img read more

Nike debuts ‘Unlimited Courage’ film to celebrate everyday athletes

first_img Related ‘Unlimited Courage’ follows ‘Unlimited Future’ and ‘Unlimited You’, as part of a campaign that has already struck a chord with millions of consumers around the world, amassing over 260 million global views across multiple platforms to date. Unlimited Future quickly became Nike’s most retweeted film, and most liked film ever on Twitter.“We are connecting with consumers and narrowing the distance between elite athletes and everyday athletes,” explained Nike’s Chief Marketing Officer, Greg Hoffman. “We want to inspire athletes everywhere to dream bigger, break their own barriers and be the best they can be.”A release from NIKE adds that, in what will be an unrelenting 2016 of unlimited sport, the campaign will see a series of upcoming spots showcasing extraordinary athlete journeys and highlighting some of sports’ most iconic athletes.The films are one component of Nike’s global campaign celebrating athletes around the world across a year of sport. ‘Unlimited’ consumer activations are taking place in Los Angeles, London, New York, Paris, Rio, Sao Paolo, Shanghai and Tokyo, with Nike’s Unlimited Cross-Category footwear collection available at retail across the NIKE has announced that its next film aims to celebrate a summer of sport and encourage athletes everywhere to ‘embrace their unlimited mind-set’.‘Unlimited Courage’ celebrates an extraordinary athlete, Chris Mosier, and his determination and spirit to become the first openly trans athlete to earn a spot on a US National Team. It is the latest instalment in Nike’s ‘Nike Unlimited Campaign’, which hails both the everyday athlete and the champion athletes who regularly push beyond the unimaginable.Chris Mosier’s story is one of staunch determination, inevitable struggles, and hard-won triumphs to showcase his full potential and compete at the highest level of his sport. At the age of four years old, Mosier became aware that his gender identity (male) and biological sex (female) didn’t align.Competing in female athletics, he didn’t feel as though he was competing as his authentic self. This has propelled Mosier on his journey to represent his country at the highest level in duathlon. “Being the first trans man on a US men’s National Team was a dream come true for me,” said Mosier.“Everything that I’ve done in the last five, six years since I started to transition, has been with a ‘Just Do It’ mind-set. I didn’t know if I would be competitive against men; I just did it. Every success that I’ve had since then has shown me that anything is really possible.”last_img read more

US$60K prize purse as PTO supports Challenge Florianópolis 2020

first_img Related Challenge Brasil, Challenge Family and the Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) are working side-by-side on Challenge Florianópolis, which is scheduled to take place in the Brazilian city of Florianópolis, on November 29, 2020.For professional athletes, a prize purse of US$60,000 will be offered. In addition to the main event, an accompanying sports festival will offer up entertainment, sport and leisure options for the family across the weekend.The festival runs between the 26th and 29th of November 26-29. It features the middle distance triathlon as the main event – with 1.9km of swimming followed by 90km of cycling and 21km of running. The race action for professional and amateur age group athletes, and will be held on Jurerê Internacional beach.Challenge Family adds that ‘The partnership signed aims at valuing triathlon in Brazil and strengthening the event on a global scale, through the participation of athletes from different places in the world, besides, of course, providing the public with memorable moments and being able to cheer up close their idols in the sport.’The top six professional athletes, and finishers in each middle distance age group, male and female, will qualify for The Championship, to be held in May 2021 at the x-bionic sphere sports resort in Samorin, Slovakia.Fernando Menezes, CEO of Challenge Brasil, said “We at Challenge Brasil aligned our plans with Challenge Family, PTO and [sponsor] Globus Brasil to provide professional and amateur athletes with a unique event in South America. This is aimed at strengthening Brazilian triathlon on a global scale and in addition, of course, entertainment and leisure options for the whole family, which is a characteristic of Challenge Family events.”Zibi Szlufcik, Challenge Family President of the Board, said “I‘m thrilled to see this amazing race becoming most important to pro athletes in South America in this very difficult year. We at Challenge Family are always supportive to the growth of our sport along with the Professional Triathletes Organisation. With this excellent bond we are exposing not only strong unity, but also help to overcome this challenge!”Challenge Family CEO, Jort Vlam, added “We are very happy with this partnership between the Professional Triathlon Organisation and Challenge Family as this expresses our joint commitment to professionalise the sport even in difficult times and keep the quality standards and athlete-oriented values as well. It’s all about the athlete and we are one triathlon family.”Sam Renouf, CEO of PTO said “The Covid-19 Pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on the triathlon industry and the PTO was hugely concerned to learn of professional prize purses being dropped from established races in Brazil.”He continued, “Professional Athletes are self-employed; and without the opportunity to earn through racing have rapidly become unemployed. The PTO was formed by athletes for athletes seeking to ‘celebrate the sport of triathlon’ and we are encouraged to support the local athlete initiative ‘Nosso Triathlon’ in its efforts to grow the sport in Brazil.”www.challenge-florianopolis.comwww.challenge-family.comwww.protriathletes.orglast_img read more

Eating crow and soothing cows

first_imgEating crow and soothing cows February 15, 2007 Regular News Eating crow and soothing cowscenter_img After Gov. Charlie Crist charmed members of the Tiger Bay Club in Tallahassee January 24 with a message of bipartisan goodwill, Dexter Douglass, a 52-year member of The Florida Bar, stood up to continue the lovefest.“I want to take an opportunity to eat a little crow, if that’s all right with you,” Douglass told Crist during the informal Q-and-A portion of the program after the governor’s speech.“As you know, I am a Democrat. I still am. And I was Lawton Chiles’ very good friend and general counsel. I want to tell you that listening to you today, you sound like Lawton Chiles.”The nonpartisan political club’s crowd erupted in laughter and applause.“I want to apologize for all those unkind things I said about you,” continued Douglass, who was part of Al Gore’s legal team during the 2000 election challenge and slammed Crist when he was a senator investigating Chiles’ last-minute phone attacks on Jeb Bush in the 1994 election that Chiles won.“I’ll accept your apology, too,” Douglass said with a grin. “But I do know this: You are a Floridian, and, by God, we are glad to have another one in the Governor’s Mansion.”Crist replied to the well-known Tallahassee lawyer and retired cattle rancher: “Thank you, sir. I appreciate that very much. And my apologies to you for anything I said about your cows.”last_img read more

Pinellas Clerk recognized for self-help services

first_img March 15, 2011 Regular News Pinellas Clerk recognized for self-help services Serving as a gateway to the Florida court system, it is only natural that Florida’s 67 court clerks are tasked by statute to provide pro se services to the public. Despite not having dedicated funding for this service, Florida’s clerks have been proactive in providing self-help assistance in many formats: providing access to forms; public access to computers; notary, copy, and fax services; and low-cost legal consultations.“The clerk is the door to the court system,” said Ken Burke, Pinellas County clerk of court.“It only makes common sense that the clerk would be the best venue to help with the pro se process.”Burke and the Pinellas clerk’s office created a three years ago and have served more than 6,000 citizens with pro se matters. Their work is not going unnoticed.The ABA’s Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services notified the Pinellas Clerk of Court this month that it has been selected as the recipient of the 2011 Louis M. Brown Award for Legal Access.The committee recognized the Pinellas Clerk’s Self Help Center for its “unique partnership between the court and private bar, and the innovative approach to scheduling attorney consultations through the Self Help Center, (offering) an exemplary model of affordable legal services programming.”Burke is honored to accept the award, and he acknowledges the value of the Self Help Center even more.“These people would have never had this opportunity to get help without the Self Help Center,” said Burke. “We are really proud of the service and what it offers to the public. The best part of my job is reading the comment cards and seeing how appreciative people are of the Self Help Center. And the best part about it is that it does not cost the taxpayer any money.”The Brown Award honors programs and projects dedicated to matching the unmet legal needs of the middle class and those of moderate incomes with lawyers who provide affordable legal information, services, and representation.The award is presented annually to those who have made creative contributions to the delivery of legal services in ways that are exemplary and replicable.Although the Pinellas Clerk’s office is one example of a clerk of court showing excellence in providing pro se services, there are many clerks across the state who are providing ministerial assistance to the public when needed. The is another good example of how the clerks are filling a much-needed role.“The court system can be frustrating and confusing, but those who access the Self Service Centers have a completely different experience,” said Sharon Bock, Palm Beach County clerk & comptroller.“Not only can you get legal advice for a fraction of what it would cost elsewhere, but you can also save time by preparing select court forms online.”Many other clerks also provide self- help services online, providing citizens with another resource. Access to Florida clerks’ individual websites is easy with the help of. Select the correct county and follow the link to each clerk’s individual website.center_img Pinellas Clerk recognized for self-help serviceslast_img read more

North Fork News

first_imgAlgae Bloom In Laurel LakeHealth officials have asked residents not to swim or wade in Laurel Lake in Laurel after Stony Brook University confirmed the presence of a new cyanobacteria bloom, more commonly known as blue-green algae, in the waters.Blue-green algae are naturally present in lakes and streams in low numbers, but can become abundant and form blooms in shades of green, blue-green, yellow, brown, or red, which will produce floating scums on the surface of water or cause the water to take on paint-like appearance. Contact with waters that appear scummy or discolored should be avoided.If contact does occur, rinse off with clean water immediately, and seek medical attention if any of the following symptoms occur after contact: nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; skin, eye, or throat irritation, allergic reactions, or breathing difficulties.Riverhead Park UpgradesRiverhead Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith announced on June 6 that the town would invest $250,000 in park upgrades.Projects that will be funded include the Police Officers Memorial Park tennis court, the Reeves Beach restroom facilities, and the Stotzky Park handball court, as well as playground equipment. The town board adopted the supervisor’s proposal for improvements. For more information, visit LibraryThe Mattituck-Laurel Library will present “Learning the MELT Self-Treatment Method,” which is designed to reconnect whole-body communication using specialized techniques with a soft body roller, on Thursday, June 13, at 6 PM.The library will also screen “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” in which a boy in Malawi helps his village by building a wind turbine. The screening will be held on Friday, June 14, at 1:30 PM.It will also hold “Say Cheese or For Maggio,” in which attendees can learn about and taste various Italian cheeses, on Friday, June 14, at 6:30 PM.The Friends of the Library will meet at 9:30 AM on Tuesday, June 18.The library will present “Health Insurance Counseling” for seniors and other Medicare-eligible persons, sponsored by the Suffolk County for the Aging, on Tuesday June 18, from 1:30 to 3 PM. The counseling is free, and an appointment can be made through the circulation desk.For more information, visit Historical SocietyThe Southold Historical Society will host the opening reception for the “Tale of the Whale” exhibition at Horton Point Lighthouse on June 22 at 11:30 AM.The exhibition, which was put together by volunteers Vivian Eyre and Robert Travis, will be on view at the Nautical Museum in the lighthouse.The event is open to the public. The suggested admission to the museum is $5 per adult and $10 per Sharelast_img read more

Business Intelligence Financial – Taiyo Nippon Sanso – Q1 2017

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Jones vs Kaney: Expert witnesses lose immunity from suit

first_imgTo continue enjoying, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Subscribe now for unlimited access Stay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletterslast_img read more

JH Kemp uses Enerpac gantry in ex-press move

first_imgThe press was being relocated within the same building, so JH Kemp used the Enerpac SL400 gantry to move the machine without dismantling and reassembling it. This saved the client – Salop Design & Engineering, a metal pressings and assemblies manufacturer in Telford, UK – three weeks’ downtime.JH Kemp said: “After some preparatory work involving removal of the press feed conveyors, a minimum amount of guarding, floor plates around the press and bolts holding the press in position, the press in its entirety was lifted off the its foundations using the gantry. It was then moved along the gantry tracks to its new position in the press shop.“Once in line with the new position the Enerpac SL400 gantry was re-rigged and the press uplifted and placed on to the prepared press foundation.” read more