"Only seven days, I applied to the dream of public rental." Wang has been laid off workers master, as the first implementation of public rental housing in the urban areas of the joint trial batch of beneficiaries, for now apply for public rental application speed deep feelings. With the city, a large number of low-income housing construction, entered the final distribution will usher in the peak period, the city took the lead in the area of public rental housing built by the joint trial of the batch system will be gradually extended, and boost the city for public rental housing mainly low-income housing allocation approval. In December 26th, the reporter staff to participate in the area in the city of low-income housing online joint trial of the group to observe the scene learned that the low-income housing management department in the county of our city in the past, people apply for the low-income housing, is only for examination and approval links to a month’s time, not only the audit for a long time, many people run road. This time, the city built by the 41 communities to join the online joint audit service platform, approval time shortened to seven days to complete. Later, the public information submitted in the community after the window, converted into electronic information submitted to the housing sector and the civil affairs department for examination, do not need to go through the process of data transfer, people do not need to run trips trips between the various departments. Reporter Jia Xiaozhuang in low-income housing area renovation project is located in Nanchuan Road Department learned that the project construction scale of 74 thousand square meters, the construction of 604 housing units, the current project has been completed based. At the same time, Shen Zhai area, the four phase of the project, such as the protection of the match room renovation projects are also in full swing into the construction phase. According to reports, many low-income housing distribution within the scope of the project involves the public rental housing, low rent housing will be low-income housing is the key, the implementation of the present, some applicants through the joint trial of the group for the opening of the new platform to the public rental housing. Such as online joint trial of the group and other advanced processing methods and other help low-income housing open, fair, rational distribution way, I will be at all levels of city low-income housing management departments will start to take the research.
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United PV and Huaxia Life partner on 1 GW solar development fundChinese solar developer to work with life insurance provider on RMB9 billion PV development project over next two years. May 28, 2015 Ian Clover Legal Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share Hong Kong-based downstream solar developer United PV has announced this week that Huaxia Life a leading provider of life insurance in China has agreed to partner on a RMB9 billion ($1.45 billion) solar PV development plan over the next two years. The project will add more than 1 GW of solar PV capacity to China between now and 2017, and marks yet another top-level collaboration for United PV, which recently partnered with Hareon to develop 930 MW of solar PV in the country. United PV earlier this month announced its intention to develop 1 GW of solar projects across China, and had pledged to invest a further $1.5 billion to realize this goal. 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Wade Freebeck will compete with Johnny McCrary for the starting quarterback job.Vanderbilt opens preseason practice on Thursday hoping to move past last year’s struggles of a 3-9 record.Second-year coach Derek Mason takes over defensive play-calling duties, new coordinator Andy Ludwig installs the offense, and a few key positions are open. Here are five questions facing the Commodores entering preseason camp.1. Who is the starting quarterback?The answer probably won’t come until the end of camp or even later. Sophomores Wade Freebeck and Johnny McCrary will compete for the job. Vanderbilt had an FBS-high four different starters last season.A look at Vanderbilt’s SEC opponents heading into campMcCrary was erratic early last season and more controlled late, passing for 985 yards, nine TDs and eight interceptions for the season. Freebeck had a few good moments and showed a strong arm, but he was buried as a true freshman by blitzing SEC defenses. He passed for 376 yards, one TD and five picks.Whoever commits the least mistakes and runs Ludwig’s system with efficiency will win the job. It’s a wide-open competition.C.J. Duncan returns as Vanderbilt’s most productive wide receiver.2. Is there hope for the passing game?Running back Ralph Webb is a potential 1,000-yard rusher, but he needs help from the air attack. Vanderbilt has a strong crop of tight ends, but camp will be spent looking for more production and playmakers at wide receiver.C.J. Duncan (441 yards, four TDs), Latevius Rayford (350 yards, one TD) and Trent Sherfield (one reception) are among the hopeful go-to-guys. A downfield passing game is essential to opening up the offense.Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason takes over defensive play-calling duties this season.3. Can Mason’s defense make plays?Mason, a successful defensive coordinator at Stanford, watched with frustration as Vanderbilt’s defense fell into a bend-but-don’t-break state, and it sometimes failed at that. He fired his defensive coordinator and will call his own plays this season.Mason’s Stanford defenses ranked among the nation’s best in sacks, tackles-for-loss and third-down stops. Expect him to push the Commodores to make more game-changing plays and take chances.The key could be the play of the linebacking corps, led by Stephen Weatherly and Nigel Bowden.Vanderbilt’s Taurean Ferguson (3) is congratulated by Torren McGaster after his interception in a win over Charleston Southern last season.4. Will secondary come of age?Vanderbilt’s bowl years under James Franklin touted a strong secondary, but that group graduated before Mason arrived. A year after going through growing pains, Vanderbilt’s defensive backs could be one of the team’s most improved units.Junior Torren McGaster is an underrated player, and Mason believes there’s potential in the others. But depth must be developed and confidence gained so defensive backs are making more plays rather than giving them up.5. Can the Commodores be nasty?Last year’s team lacked a physical presence and aggressive approach, which only got worse when it fell behind early in games.An experienced offensive line needs to lead the way for a hopeful power running game, and Mason’s defensive front seven must grow into an aggressive group. Much of that attitude could show up in preseason camp as young players try to grow into larger roles after going through last year’s SEC gauntlet.Reach Adam Sparks at 615-259-8010 and on Twitter @AdamSparks.Vanderbilt football sets preseason camp scheduleVANDERBILT FOOTBALL PRESEASON CAMPAug. 5: Team picture & press conferenceAug. 6: Practice/shorts (3:30 p.m.)Aug. 7: Practice/shorts (3:30 p.m.)Aug. 8: Practice/half pads (3:30 p.m.)Aug. 9: Practice/half pads (3:30 p.m.)Aug. 10: Practice/full pads (3:30 p.m.)Aug. 11: Practices/Two-a-day (9 a.m.; 3:30 p.m.)Aug. 16: Dore Jam (2-4 p.m.)**At indoor practice facility. Free admission and parking. Vanderbilt wants to develop a power ground game this season.