DVIDS – News – Under Secretary of Army McPherson tours schools, housing renovation site


FORT LEE, Va. (Oct. 13, 2020) — The Army’s second-highest-ranking civilian spent a good part of his day here Oct. 7 touring training facilities, conversing with troops and spotlighting efforts to improve privatized military family housing.

Under Secretary of the Army James McPherson received a glimpse of quartermaster and ordnance training, lunched with students at the Samuel Sharpe Dining Facility and addressed members of the media outside a newly renovated residence in the Jackson Circle neighborhood.

Maj. Gen. Rodney D. Fogg, U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general, hosted the undersecretary and accompanied him throughout the tour.

McPherson’s first stop was the QM School’s Petroleum and Water Department. There, he met with administrators, instructors and students. He also received a familiarization on the latest virtual training systems said to save time and resources while improving technical skills.

Advanced individual training Soldiers Spc. Zoya Goodwin,

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The Chicest E-Commerce Site for Entertaining at Home Like the One Percent

Photo credit: Houses & Parties
Photo credit: Houses & Parties

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While most of us have spent quarantine binging The Sopranos and baking cookies, Rebecca Gardner has used her seven months sheltered in her Savannah home crafting and curating an exquisite online shop of everything you might need (and definitely will want) to throw a party. Parties now? you might wonder, since, of all the things that Covid-19 upended, one of the most devastating (to a certain set) was the cancellation of so many gatherings—no more weddings or galas, cocktail parties or elegant dinners.

Photo credit: Rebecca Gardner
Photo credit: Rebecca Gardner

But when this pandemic ends, the parties will resume, and it would help to be prepared. Even now, depending on each state’s restrictions, gatherings are allowed—and a small backyard dinner is still no excuse to skimp on the fine details.

Enter Gardner. “I’ve had a shop in my head for as long as I

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Kennedy Funding Closes $3 Million Land Loan for Portion of Former Murdock Village Site in Port Charlotte, Florida

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A long-promised commercial center in Port Charlotte, Florida, will soon be underway, thanks to Kennedy Funding.

The Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey-based direct private lender today announced the closing of a $3 million loan to Lost Lagoon Development for the acquisition of 101.46 acres of land located at 17512 Toledo Blade Boulevard in Port Charlotte.

Lost Lagoon Development purchased the property for $3.755 million – and Kennedy Funding closed the loan – at 80% of the purchase price.

“A commercial real estate loan at 80% loan-to-cost, particularly on raw land, is quite rare in the hard money space,” said Kevin Wolfer, CEO, Kennedy Funding. “Knowing the contract contained several contingencies for rezoning and site plan approvals significantly increased this property’s value and made this an extremely unusual and attractive arrangement. Once the borrower secured the approvals, we were able to quickly close.”

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Kennedy Funding Closes $3 Million Land Loan for Portion of Former Murdock Village Site in Port Charlotte, Florida | Nachricht

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A long-promised commercial center in Port Charlotte, Florida, will soon be underway, thanks to Kennedy Funding.

The Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey-based direct private lender today announced the closing of a $3 million loan to Lost Lagoon Development for the acquisition of 101.46 acres of land located at 17512 Toledo Blade Boulevard in Port Charlotte.

Lost Lagoon Development purchased the property for $3.755 million and Kennedy Funding closed the loan at80% of the purchase price.

“A commercial real estate loan at 80% loan-to-cost, particularly on raw land, is quite rare in the hard money space,” said Kevin Wolfer, CEO, Kennedy Funding. “Knowing the contract contained several contingencies for rezoning and site plan approvals significantly increased this property’s value and made this an extremely unusual and attractive arrangement. Once the borrower secured the approvals, we were able to

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