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Athletic – Granada: time, TV and where to watch the Copa del Rey today

first_imgThe semifinals of the Copa del Rey begin with Athletic-Granada. The Basques will try to leave the tie on track at home knowing how complicated Granada will get in Nuevo Los Cármenes. At home and in the Cup, lions are very complicated to win and they tell Barcelona, ​​their last victim. The fans will take the Garitano, who want to be in La Cartuja and take out the barge.Follow Athletic – Granada of the Copa del Rey liveSchedule: what time is Athletic – Granada of Copa del Rey?Athletic – Granada of the first leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals is played today Wednesday, February 12, 2020 from 9:00 p.m. in San Mamés. Athletic threw Barcelona into the quarterfinals and the Basques dream of being able to take out the barge in April. Of course, Granada will not make it easy. Television: how to watch live on TV on Athletic – Granada of Copa del Rey?The Athletic – Granada of the semifinals outbound Copa del Rey can be enjoyed live on television through Cuatro and DAZN. Granada, meanwhile, eliminated the current champion thanks to a double Soldier. The last goal of the battering ram was at the time of addition, which prevented a reaction from the Valencian team.Internet: how to continue online Athletic – Granada of Copa del Rey?The match between Athletic and Granada can be followed live online through the As.com live updated to the minute. From an hour before, the previous one and the ounces. After the crash, you can read the chronicle, the statements of the protagonists, the summary of the game on video and the most outstanding news.last_img read more

Whittier to enforce ban on fireworks

first_imgPart of the reason for the increased enforcement can be linked to the record dry rainy season this year and the increased fire danger in the local hills. “This year is going to be different,” Councilman Joe Vinatieri predicted. “People are going to see some strong and positive results because of the stepped-up enforcement.” While police in the past have done some enforcement, they have been overwhelmed with calls, said Assistant City Manager Nancy Mendez. But with extra police assigned to the task, they will be able to respond to the calls and get out to those places where fireworks are being set off, Mendez said. The increased patrols are going to cost $24,246, but the City Council has doubled the maximum fine from $500 to $1,000 for violators. Also under consideration are warning signs posted at the city’s main entry points. But it’s not only in Whittier where officials are seeking more enforcement. State Sen. Ron Calderon, D-Montebello, has authored legislation targeting the non-“safe and sane” fireworks that are not legal anyplace in California. His goal is to cut down on those types of fireworks coming into the state by raising fines and making it easier to prosecute those who smuggle them in. “SB 839 will increase fines, target illegal fireworks and establish a cost-sharing process to encourage and support enforcement,” Calderon said. The Assembly Public Safety Committee approved the bill Tuesday on a 3-2 vote, sending it to the Assembly Appropriations Committee. It still must go to the Assembly floor and be approved by the Senate before going to the governor for a signature. The bill will increase fines from a maximum of $5,000 to $50,000. Drivers carrying more than 10,000 pounds of these illegal fireworks could lose their licenses for up to three years. More enforcement is needed said Ruben Grijalva, director of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. “We’re getting large amounts of illegal and dangerous fireworks,” Grijalva said. “We’ve confiscated over 200,000 pounds, but that’s one-tenth of the amount that comes into California.” And most of that ends up in Los Angeles and Orange counties, he said. “It’s like a war zone out there with the illegal fireworks going up in the air,” Grijalva said. Sgt. Wayne Bilowit of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said the bill also will make it easier for district attorneys to prosecute violators. Current law imposes penalties on the amount of fireworks. But that is based on the net weight of its explosive material, requiring cutting into the fireworks to determine that. But that is dangerous and only a bomb squad can do it, Bilowit said. Thus, often charges aren’t even filed. The new law bases its penalties on gross weight. Any deputy can do that just by putting it on a scale, he said. So, someone carrying more than 5,000 pounds of fireworks could be fined up to $50,000. The law also provides for the money from the fines to go to the state fire marshal, who will use the money to dispose of seized fireworks. In the past, the fire marshal’s office hasn’t been able to handle the volume of seized fireworks, forcing local law enforcement to hold onto them, said Bilowit. mike.sprague@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Independence Day in Whittier is now shaping up as a “get-tough” season for shooting off any fireworks. Police presence will be noticeably greater. Following the City Council’s recent reversal of its legalization of “safe and sane” fireworks, all fireworks remain illegal in Whittier. City officials plan to deploy four two-man teams of police officers from June28 to July looking for any fireworks activity. last_img read more