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The Lawyer's Guide to Governing Your Firm
The Lawyer's Guide to Governing Your Firm
This guide is a practical resource for those firms that want to provide better client service and at the same time, improve the working environment for both lawyers and staff. It provides strategies to change the climate of the law firm, boost morale, and effectively and efficiently manage the firm. Issues discussed range from leadership and partnership issues to the basics of running the office. Includes a companion CD-ROM with more than 25 model forms, agreements, worksheets, questionnaires, policy forms, and more.

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Jackson Heights Post Office
Jackson Heights Post Office
78-02 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights, Queens About the historic district: The Jackson Heights Historic District comprises the most cohesive part of an innovative residential development which was mostly built between the early 1910s and the early 1950s. This development reflects important changes in urban design and planning that took place in the first three decades of the twentieth century. Conceived, planned, built in part, and managed under the direction of a single real estate firm, the Queensboro Corporation, and its president Edward A. MacDougall, Jackson Heights is one of the earliest neighborhoods in New York to introduce two new building types, "garden apartments" and "garden homes." Commercial, institutional, recreational and transportation facilities were integrated with the residential buildings to create an alternative for middle-class residents to the then typical urban neighborhood. Influenced in its planning and management by a number of sources including the "model tenement" or improved housing movement in New York City at the end of the nineteenth century and the "Garden City" movement at the beginning of this century, Jackson Heights generated both national and international interest. Development of Jackson Heights was spurred by such transportation improvements as the opening of the Queensboro Bridge in 1909, the extension of the subway as far as Flushing (the elevated train line along Roosevelt Avenue opened in 1917), the construction of the Independent subway line in the 1930s, and the rapid growth of Long Island City as one of the city's largest manufacturing centers. Soon after acquiring an extensive tract of farmland in the Trains Meadow section of Newtown in northwest Queens in 1910, the Queensboro Corporation began to improve its property. The earliest projects located within the district are the row of houses (1911) by architect Charles Peck on the west side of 83rd Street just north of Roosevelt Avenue, and Laurel Court (1913-14, George H. Wells), the first apartment complex, located at the southeast corner of Jackson Avenue (now Northern Boulevard) and 82nd Street. These buildings followed in the tradition of late nineteenth-century housing and provide the historical context for understanding the innovative nature of the Corporation's later work. Following these early projects, the Queensboro Corporation initiated in Jackson Heights an important planning concept, developed from ideas and examples of the model housing movement of the nineteenth century, which involved the treatment of the rectangular block created by the street grid system as a single unit of planning and design, rather than as a collection of individual building lots to be developed independently. This design concept is seen in the area's "garden apartments" of the 1910s and 1920s, which are among New York's earliest examples of-this type of apartment house, and in the "garden homes," clusters of attached and semi-detached houses which were built after 1924. Although a number of architects, worked for the Corporation, the two most influential in the evolution of the garden apartment type were George H. Wells and Andrew J. Thomas. The Greystone Apartments (1917-18) on 80th Street between 35th and 37th avenues, designed by Wells, mark a departure from the architect's earlier Laurel Court in the reduction of lot coverage and allocation of garden space. The buildings are arranged in rows on two facing blockfronts, creating uniform streetscapes of unbroken masonry facades along both sides of the street; continuous landscaped garden areas are provided at the rear of each blockfiront. A different planning scheme was introduced by Thomas with his design of Linden Court (1919-21), located on 84th and 85th streets between 37th and Roosevelt avenues. In this complex, the buildings are grouped into attached pairs; the building wall on the periphery of the block is interrupted at regular intervals by open 'space. The interior of the block is an undivided landscaped space, held in common by means of easements and deed restrictions for the benefit of the residents. This type of plan creates cross ventilation, increased light, and views from the street to the landscaped garden, and encourages a sense of community. The idea of community was strengthened by the Corporation's introduction in 1919 of a plan for the cooperative ownership of the buildings in the garden apartment complexes. Other notable examples of this type of block treatment designed by Thomas include the Chateau (1922), on 80th and 81st streets south of 34th Avenue, and the Towers (1923), on the block directly to the north. Characteristic examples of Wells's garden apartment complexes include Hawthorne Court (1921-22), located on 76th and 77th streets between 35th and 37th avenues, and Cambridge Court (1922-23), located on 85th and 86th streets between 37th and Roosevelt avenues. The garden ap
SCARY THRIFT SHOP ITEMS in PHOENIX, ARIZONA! REPAIR PERSONS FOR THE TELEPHONE COMPANY-1960's CHILDREN BOOK! 28 SECRETS IN 28 DAYS!---30 SECRETS IN 30 DAYS! ( 365 SECRETS IN 365 DAYS is more like it for ADDA!) SECRET #187 ADDA DADA was partially responsible for the creation of the TELEPHONE CONSUMERS RIGHTS LAW in CALIFORNIA as well as for a 40 MILLION DOLLAR REFUND TO CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE CUSTOMERS! ADDA used to work for the telephone company, PACIFIC BELL, from 1978 to 1985, as a CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE. That's the person one talks to when establishing, moving or changing their telephone service. When one worked for PACIFIC HELL, err PACIFIC BELL, not only would you take the customer's order, but one was forced by the company to SELL services , such as CALL WAITING, CALL FORWARDING, ect. , as well as selling or upgrading phones. There were sales quotas which were established and one was expected to meet them, even though there was no such mention in one's union contract to do so. Customer Service Reps were told to meet quotas otherwise they would be disiplined or fired. Many folks worked hard to convince customers to 'buy' new services. Unfortunately, many workers, in order to boost sales, did unsavory things such as add services to customer's bill WITHOUT their knowledge, and not offering other options. This unfair tactic was used on new customers from other states or countries (Mexico), and was knicknamed by the reps as the 'WELCOME TO AMERICA' package! A new immigrant who probally qualified for a low-income rate of $5.00 a month, ended up paying over $35.00 A MONTH! The new customer came from a different country where phone service was a fortune, so the new customer never questioned the rate. The telephone company got a new CEO who heard about this nice sleazy way to up sales, and visited the main office in SAN FRANCISCO. RAE HAIGHT spent a week in our office sitting with the reps, including ADDA and his pal STEVIE, to observe why SAN FRANCISCO's sales were out of the roof. There were all sorts of sleazy sales programs, such as selling of GIFT CERTIFICATES, to those who could not afford them, only to be told, they could just apply them to their bill and it would be a 'wash'. Reps were given 'bonus points' for more they sold...those who didn't acheive sales were talked to. ADDA was talked to alot. ADDA always asked for an UNION REP to be there when he was talked to. ADDA was left alone after too many times the SUPS were told it was NOT in my work contract to SELL and especially NOT sleazy sell. As one can imagine. This could not go on forever. Customers complained. The services were taken off...or not. Customers complained to the CPUC...the CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. TONS OF CUSTOMERS COMPLAINED! ADDA had it with the sleazy phone company and quit...and jumped over to the CPUC! At the same time, the CPUC was compling tons of complaints against the unfair sales. ADDA & his pal STEVIE provided tactical information to the CPUC investigation. PACIFIC BELL was stating it was the sales reps who were committing such unfair sales, and such actions & policies were not generated by the management. HAHA...sure... So ADDA & STEVIE spoke up and told the CPUC investigators headed by KAREN MILLER, that THE MANAGEMENT WAS FORCING SUCH POLICIES UPON THE WORKERS! aaaannnnnddddd we had proof in the form of SALES MANUALS! ADDA & STEVIE were the two key witnesses to the case, for none of then current employees would talk for fear of losing their jobs. ADDA & STEVIE were at the CPUC side...and had nothing to worry about! ADDA & STEVIE provided tons of evidence and statements...It came to the final hearing, and the CPUC ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE said, well, PACIFIC BELL, did the company condone the unfair sales to unsuspecting customers... AND before you answer that...let me tell YOU...that we have TWO of your EX-EMPLOYEES, ADDA DADA & STEVIE, who work here at the CPUC who are going to testify that YES you did... so, PACIFIC BELL can say YES, before they testify, and the company will be fined 40 MILLION for unfair sales, or PACIFIC BELL can lie , under oath, and say NO , the company did NOT force these unfair sales, to which, ADDA DADA & STEVIE will testify that PACIFIC BELL did, and thus, PACIFIC BELL will be fined 80 MILLION. how would PACIFIC BELL like to plea? So PACIFIC BELL was fined 40 MILLION for UNFAIR SALES; a law was enacted which stated the telephone company can NOT abuse its customers and give them services they never requested nor never heard about. The company also had to REFUND all unfair sales without question. The company was directed to hire sales reps who are able to speak to the new customers in their own native language. It was ordered to establish Outreach programs to minority populations. PACIFIC BELL was ordered to establish an education program to inform all customers of the LOW INCOME Q

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