Archives: May 2017

CTRMA Is Creating More Transit Options

The CTRMA is the regional transit authority in central Texas, and their leader Mike Heiligenstein is looking for ways to add better rail and bus lines to the state. The state is hard to traverse because there are many different people who live in remote areas, and it is hard for the people of the state to get where they want to go. This article explains how Mike is leading the CTRMA in a better way, holding public forums and changing lives.

 

#1: What Are They Adding?

 

The CTRMA is planning to add rail lines and bus lines that were created for the people of the middle of the state. They may use bus lines that go from one town to another, and the light rail lines may take people between cities that wish to have stations. It is important to remember that the CTRMA is holding public forums to ensure that they may reach the largest number of people possible.

 

#2: Bus Lines

 

Bus lines may connect multiple cities, and they will add bus lines to all towns that wish to add public transit for their people. Those who are going from one town to the next may do so quite easily, and there are many who will find it easy to get to work without purchasing a car. The long journey to a job is much easier to make when it is made with help from the buses.

 

#3: Light Rail

 

Mike believes that light rail will help change the way people are moving around, and he hopes the public forums will allow him to take advantage of the places where light rail may be added. He wants to see rail lines in the state that are connected to national rail lines, and he will help connect them together by negotiating with the federal government.

 

#4: The Forums

 

The public forums that have been started by Mike and his staff will hear the public and their opinion of the new options. They are explaining all their options, and they want to know what the public thinks of the addition of both buses and trains.

 

There are quite a few people who are looking for better ways to move around their area, and someone who wishes to travel well will find all they need when they are visiting public forums. Mike Heiligenstein and the CTRMA are willing to hear the public out.

 

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Jeremy Goldstein, CEO, and Community Leader

New Yorkers searching for an attorney may now access the New York State Bar Association’s trusted Lawyer Referral and Information Service(LRIS). LRIS is an online service designed to assist people with finding a lawyer that best matches their needs. Consumers can rest easy knowing that the New York State Bar Association diligently researches their attorney’s credentials and ensures they are in good legal standing.

 

First, consumers go online and complete a confidential questionnaire describing their legal situation. Next, employees at State Bar will look at the questionnaire and recommend a lawyer headquartered within proximity to the client and will send a request to the county bar association. Individuals will then receive a 30 minute consultation with their match and are by no means, obligated to go ahead with services by their respective lawyer.

 

Jeremy Goldstein founded Jeremy Goldstein and Associates, LLC. Jeremy Goldstein and Associates, LLC, is a law company that excels in advising CEO’S, compensation committees and management teams in executive compensation. Before creating his own company, Jeremy Goldstein served a stint at the law company Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz.

 

In fact, he played an important role in several of the biggest corporate transactions over the last 10 years, such as United Technologies acquirement of Goodrich. Jeremy Goldstein is chair of the Mergers Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business Section.

 

Jeremy Goldstein has had extensive schooling in the subject of law. He has an M.S. from the University of Chicago, a B.A. from Cornell University and a J.D. from New York University. He was named the number one leading executive compensation attorney in “Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and the Legal 500”. He is also a member of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York.

 

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Cleansing Conditioners Are A Gentler Alternative To Shampoo

Cleansing conditioners are all anyone can talk about lately and there is a good reason for that. Using a cleansing conditioner in place of regular shampoo is a much gentler approach to hair care. Regular shampoo has harsh chemicals such as sodium laureth sulfate that strip the scalp and hair of their natural oils. Regular use of shampoo eventually requires you to buy more products to try to replace those oils. This means you spend money on the shampoo, conditioner, and extra moisturizing products just to try to keep your hair from being dry and damaged.

This newer method of cleansing hair is often called the no-poo method or co-washing since you are skipping the shampoo step and using the conditioner as your cleanser. A conditioner made specifically for this purpose will often contain special ingredients to gently cleanse while also conditioning and hydrating hair.

One excellent product that has been crafted just for this purpose is Sweet Almond Cleansing Conditioner by Wen Hair. The ingredients are designed to nourish, cleanse, and moisturize all hair types. It contains plant extracts such as chamomile, rosemary, cherry bark, and calendula. It also has Aloe Vera, wheat protein and essential oils. Other Wen Cleansing Conditioners feature healthy ingredients not commonly found in hair products such as green tea, goji berry extract, and acai fruit extract.

Wen by Chaz Dean takes a natural and holistic approach to hair care. Chaz Dean believes in using products that are healthy for the hair and body. Wen has a whole line of Cleansing Conditioners besides the sweet almond one so that you can choose the perfect formula for your hair type.

Cleansing Conditioners are quickly replacing chemical-filled shampoos as a gentle and botanical-rich way to keep hair fresh and clean while still maintaining moisture.