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  • Boom lift recovered from sunken Riverwalk barge
  • States can’t force Chicago River to close to keep out carp, court rules
  • Proposal would expand Eastland Disaster commemoration on new Riverwalk
  • Edgewater condo association slapped with million-dollar lawsuit
  • Restaurant.com again dodges class action lawsuit
  • Thousands expected for virtual currency conference that will start in River North
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    Photo by Steven Dahlman

    16-Jul-14 – A telescopic boom lift – some call it a cherry picker – weighing 21,800 pounds was recovered from the Chicago River on Wednesday.

    The lift, made by JLG Industries, Inc., was on a construction barge that sank early on June 10 on the east side of the LaSalle Street Bridge. The barge was being used to help expand the Chicago Riverwalk.

    Working in an area in the southeast corner of the bridge, a diver attached two cables to the lift, which a crane then used to hoist it out of the water. Caked in mud and oozing oil, the lift emerged basket-first at 4:45 p.m. and was carried by the crane over to a barge used to haul construction material.

    A Chicago Police boat and a United States Coast Guard boat were nearby. A representative of the Environmental Protection Agency was also watching the recovery. Boats passing the area were urged by radio or megaphone to “slow down.”

    The barge that sank is still at the bottom of the Chicago River. It is 50 feet long and 20 feet wide and will be recovered by pumping air into it to make it float.

    Photo by Steven Dahlman

    (Above) A diver for Global Infrastructure, a salvage company with an office in Griffith, Indiana, prepares to step back into the Chicago River on Wednesday afternoon shortly before a sunken, nearly eleven-ton piece of construction equipment was raised east of LaSalle Street. To help them plan the recovery, the salvage crew studied a photograph of the lift taken before it sank. (Click on images to view larger versions.)

     Previous story: Chicago River takes down construction barge

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    18-Jul-14 – The locks on the Chicago River cannot be closed to prevent the migration of Asian carp, a federal appeals court has ruled.

    Asian carp are large, hungry, and prolific, and if they took up residence in Lake Michigan and other Great Lakes, many believe it would be an ecological disaster. It is up to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to find a way to prevent the carp and other species from getting from the Mississippi River to the Great Lakes. The Chicago Area Waterway System offers five pathways, including the Chicago River.

    The states of Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin had sued the Corps and the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, seeking an injunction to close the locks of the Chicago River to prevent the fish from getting through. They lost, then appealed, but on Monday an appeals court upheld the decision.

    Diane Wood While “the threat that the Asian carp pose to Lake Michigan has not diminished,” wrote Judge Diane Wood (left) on behalf of the three-judge panel, “we find once again that the states have not alleged facts showing that the Corps and the District are operating the [Chicago Area Waterway System] in a manner that is likely to allow the Asian carp to reach Lake Michigan.”

    The court says the states can try again should “the carp pose a more immediate threat to the lakes or when the Corps and the District slacken their efforts.”

     Previous story: Chicago waterways focus of expensive proposals to combat carp

    Photo by Steven Dahlman

    (Above) Two United States Coast Guard members salute a bouquet of flowers placed on the Chicago River on Thursday to commemorate the 1915 disaster involving the S.S. Eastland. (Click on images to view larger versions.)

    25-Jul-14 – It has been almost 100 years since the Chicago River’s greatest tragedy. While pausing on Thursday to remember the 844 people who died in the Eastland Disaster, the organization that honors the victims is trying to expand its presence when the new Riverwalk is completed.

    Eastland Disaster Historical Society is discussing with the Chicago Department of Transportation a proposal that would make the Eastland Disaster commemoration a part of the stretch of Riverwalk between Clark and LaSalle Streets. That is where on July 24, 1915, the S.S. Eastland – docked on the Chicago River with more than 2,500 passengers – rolled over, killing 844 people including 22 entire families.

    The proposal is being developed with the help of three design companies, including Ross Barney Architects, which designed the last six blocks of the Riverwalk currently being constructed.

    Chicago Scenic Studios would design and manage construction of the Eastland project. Fleming Museum Consulting would help with some of the design elements.

    “We cannot sufficiently share...how amazing these three partners are,” said Ted Wachholz, the historical society’s executive director. “They are top-notch professionals who have personally embraced the vision of a permanent presence along the new Riverwalk to commemorate the Eastland Disaster.”

    It was construction of the new Riverwalk that moved this year’s ceremony to the north side of the river, just west of the Clark Street Bridge. The ceremony has been an annual event on the Chicago River since 2000.

    Photo by Steven Dahlman

    (Above) Ted Wachholz speaks to about 30 people gathered near the Chicago River on Thursday to remember the Eastland Disaster.

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    24-Jul-14 – A condominium unit owner in the Edgewater community north of downtown Chicago is suing his condo association and its former president over claims he and his family were wrongly evicted.

    Viorel Berar is seeking $1 million. His lawsuit was filed in Cook County Circuit Court on July 8.

    Berar owned a unit at Thorndale Beach North on Sheridan Road for more than 20 years. During that time, he says Sigrid Ingold, president of the condo association for nearly 20 years, harassed him and fined him unfairly for violations he did not commit.

    For five years, Ingold was also the building’s property manager, a part-time job that paid $43,000 per year. She claimed to have once been the director of Roycemore School, a private school in Evanston, but the school denies this.

    When he could not pay the fines, the association sued Berar on September 28, 2010, for $5,846, and won. He was evicted on April 4, 2013.

    For four days, says Berar, Ingold did not allow his family to re-enter the unit to retrieve possessions, including clothing, credit cards, and health-essential items. Doormen at the building were instructed to not even allow Berar in the building, even to just visit friends.

    Ingold rented out his apartment for a rent so low, Berar claims, that it needlessly slowed payments to satisfy the judgment.

    During most of this time, Ellis Levin, a former Illinois legislator and longtime attorney for Marina Towers Condominium Association, represented Thorndale Beach North. Unit owners complained about him, too, alleging abusive treatment, bills for services that were over budget, and reinforcing Ingold’s “bullying.”

    Ellis Levin Finally, in June 2013, Levin (left) and Ingold were both fired. Ingold was replaced as president and suspended as property manager. She was served by the Cook County Sheriff’s Office on July 15, 2014.

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    14-Jul-14 – A federal judge on Thursday granted a motion to dismiss the class action lawsuit against an Arlington Heights, Illinois, company owned by two River North residents.

    The case against Restaurant.com had been argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court and a U.S. Court of Appeals.

    In 2010, two New Jersey residents sued RDC on behalf of themselves and others over gift certificates they purchased that had expiration dates and a disclaimer in violation of New Jersey law. RDC faced as much as $1 million in fines.

    The suit was dismissed, then appealed, and made it to the New Jersey Supreme Court, which ruled the gift certificates were tangible property and therefore subject to the law RDC was accused of violating. But it was up to District Judge Joel Pisano to decide if that meant the ruling could be applied retroactively or to future cases only.

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    Joel Pisano Ellen Chessick Kenneth Chessick

    Pisano put an end to the four-year-old lawsuit, for now, saying it was clear to him that the New Jersey Supreme Court decision established a new rule of law and that applying it to old complaints “would create substantially inequitable results.”

    RDC, says the judge, “relied on a plausible, but incorrect, interpretation of the law.”

    Reached on July 17, plaintiff attorney Bruce Greenberg said an appeal has been filed.

    “We believe that the appellate court will reverse this ruling and permit the case to go forward,” said Greenberg.

    Dr. Kenneth Chessick, a lawyer in Chicago, and his wife, Ellen Chessick, who is president of Marina Towers Condominium Association, own Restaurant.com.

     Previous story: Restaurant.com still awaiting fate in federal lawsuit

    The North American Bitcoin Conference

    (Above) Illustration being used to promote The North American Bitcoin Conference. Click on image to view larger version.

    9-Jul-14 – House of Blues will host an event that kicks off a convention about Bitcoin.

    Bitcoin is a real currency created in 2009 that allows people to buy products and services anonymously. Money is kept in “digital wallets” and can be sent by computer or mobile app.

    The North American Bitcoin Conference is expected to bring thousands of people to Chicago for a two-day conference at McCormick Place. The kick-off event at HOB on July 18 will feature the screening of a new documentary about the currency.

    “Right now is a critical moment for Bitcoin,” say organizers on the convention’s website. “In the last six months the currency has dramatically increased in visibility and experienced the pros and cons of the limelight – rising acceptance with vendors and shoppers, alongside scrutiny, regulations, and fluctuating prices.”

    Hotel Chicago, located at Marina City with HOB, is the convention’s official hotel.

     Website: The North American Bitcoin Conference

    Aldermen crack down on graffiti “cancer” by doubling fines Chicago Sun Times
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    Photo tour: Dough Bros. Pizzeria and Sub Shop METROMIX
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    Owners look to flip River North home Chicago Real Estate Daily
    24-Jul-14
    Lauryn Hill Tosses Fan Out Of Chicago House Of Blues Concert HUFFINGTON POST
    23-Jul-14
    GoHealth adds space near River North HQ Chicago Real Estate Daily
    18-Jul-14
    Ald. Reilly calls on city to fix red light camera problem Chicago Tribune
    18-Jul-14
    Global warming threatens Chicago tourism Chicago Business
    17-Jul-14
    How Howard Tullman is shaking up 1871 Chicago Business
    17-Jul-14
    New moves pondered to unclog downtown transit Chicago Business
    16-Jul-14

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    Steven Dahlman Steven Dahlman is editor and publisher of Marina City Online and Loop North News. He has 36 years of experience as a professional journalist – writing for websites, newspapers, magazines, radio, and television – and has been a professional photographer for the past 15 years.

    Steven was a radio news director, reporter, and anchor for more than a dozen stations and networks. From 1984 to 1990, he was a regular contributor to ABC Radio Networks. He is a frequent contributor to Chicago’s Skyline newspaper, published by Inside Publications, and a part-time news writer/anchor for Rivet News Radio, an Internet radio news service located in the West Loop.

    He is married to Dr. Carol Pandak, manager of the division at Rotary International that is eradicating polio. They live at Marina City in the River North neighborhood of downtown Chicago.

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    July 31 – Shoreline Sightseeing celebrates 75 years on Chicago’s waterways. All 75-year-olds and military personnel are invited to ride free on any Shoreline tour, including the Classic Lake and guided Architecture River Tours, or water taxis, throughout the day. 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., ticket prices for Classic Lake Tours originating from Navy Pier are $7.50. 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., anyone in the vicinity of Shoreline’s Michigan Avenue Bridge dock is welcome to join in a 1939-style anniversary party, complete with complimentary Cracker Jacks and old-fashioned lemonade, and live Swing music.

    August 1 – Chicago Loop Alliance will transform the Chicago Theatre alley into an urban celebration with ACTIVATE. The free pop-up event is the third of five to immerse the public in a spectacle of sound, art and performance. ACTIVATE will feature visual and performance art, including traditional painting, abstract photography and sculpture as well as kinetic dance, found object installations and material cultures. Guests who RSVP in advance will receive a complimentary drink ticket at the event, with additional wine and beer available for purchase on site. 5-10 p.m., alley south of Chicago Theatre. Map. More info.

    August 1-3 – Lollapalooza. Grant Park.

    August 7 – Windy City Rubber Ducky Derby presented by Special Olympics Illinois. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Chicago River.

    Through August 16 – Grant Park Music Festival.

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    Downtown Chicago Crime Report

    Tue Jul 22 2014 11:10 PM
    BATTERY - AGGRAVATED:KNIFE/CUTTING INSTR
    1100 N LAKE SHORE DR
    LAKEFRONT/WATERFRONT/RIVERBANK
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 10:40 PM
    BATTERY - SIMPLE
    300 E RANDOLPH ST
    PARK PROPERTY
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 10:00 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    1000 N CLARK ST
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 9:53 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - CREDIT CARD FRAUD
    500 N RUSH ST
    HOTEL/MOTEL
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 9:20 PM
    BATTERY - DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE
    100 E OAK ST
    STREET
    ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 9:08 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    200 N COLUMBUS DR
    CONVENIENCE STORE
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 7:00 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - THEFT OF LOST/MISLAID PROP
    200 S STATE ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 6:25 PM
    PUBLIC PEACE VIOLATION - RECKLESS CONDUCT
    0 S STATE ST
    STREET
    ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 4:45 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    0 N STATE ST
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 3:30 PM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    0 E RANDOLPH ST
    ATHLETIC CLUB
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 3:30 PM
    THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
    100 N STATE ST
    CTA BUS
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 2:15 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    100 E ERIE ST
    RESTAURANT
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 2:15 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - CREDIT CARD FRAUD
    800 N MICHIGAN AVE
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 1:45 PM
    THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
    800 N MICHIGAN AVE
    CTA BUS
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 1:15 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    800 N DEARBORN ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 1:00 PM
    CONCEALED CARRY LICENSE VIOLATION - OTHER
    400 W MADISON ST
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 1:00 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - FINANCIAL IDENTITY THEFT OVER $ 300
    0 N DEARBORN ST
    BANK
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 12:00 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    0 W ONTARIO ST
    HOTEL/MOTEL
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 12:00 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - FINANCIAL IDENTITY THEFT $300 AND UNDER
    400 N STATE ST
    RESTAURANT
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 11:30 AM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - FINANCIAL IDENTITY THEFT OVER $ 300
    100 N LA SALLE ST
    COMMERCIAL / BUSINESS OFFICE
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 10:38 AM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    800 N MICHIGAN AVE
    SMALL RETAIL STORE
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 9:35 AM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    500 N LAKE SHORE DR
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 8:30 AM
    MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT - AUTOMOBILE
    1500 N LA SALLE DR
    VEHICLE NON-COMMERCIAL
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 6:40 AM
    CRIMINAL DAMAGE - TO VEHICLE
    0 E ADAMS ST
    PARKING LOT/GARAGE NON.RESID.
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 22 2014 12:00 AM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    400 E OHIO ST
    APARTMENT
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 11:15 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    1100 N CLARK ST
    SMALL RETAIL STORE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 9:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    1500 N CLARK ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 7:42 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    700 N MICHIGAN AVE
    SMALL RETAIL STORE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 7:40 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    100 N STATE ST
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 7:20 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    1000 N LAKE SHORE DR
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 6:30 PM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    600 E GRAND AVE
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 6:05 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    100 N WABASH AVE
    SMALL RETAIL STORE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 6:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    500 E GRAND AVE
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 6:00 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    100 N STATE ST
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 5:30 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    1000 N LAKE SHORE DR
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 4:30 PM
    MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT - AUTOMOBILE
    200 N LA SALLE ST
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 4:17 PM
    ROBBERY - STRONGARM - NO WEAPON
    200 E RANDOLPH ST
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 3:00 PM
    THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
    200 S WABASH AVE
    CTA TRAIN
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 2:50 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    300 N DESPLAINES ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 12:01 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - CREDIT CARD FRAUD
    0 S STATE ST
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 12:00 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - ATTEMPT - FINANCIAL IDENTITY THEFT
    100 N HARBOR DR
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 12:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    100 N CLARK ST
    RESTAURANT
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 11:30 AM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    0 W MADISON ST
    RESTAURANT
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 9:00 AM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    0 W DIVISION ST
    OTHER
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 9:00 AM
    CRIMINAL DAMAGE - TO VEHICLE
    300 W ILLINOIS ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 9:00 AM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - BOGUS CHECK
    200 E HURON ST
    MEDICAL/DENTAL OFFICE
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 8:00 AM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    200 S WABASH AVE
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 7:00 AM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    0 E DELAWARE PL
    APARTMENT
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 4:00 AM
    ASSAULT - SIMPLE
    0 W DIVISION ST
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 21 2014 1:30 AM
    BATTERY - DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE
    0 S STATE ST
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Most Expensive Near North Building Permits
    $370.0 million
    355 E ERIE ST
    • NEW 26 STORY 242 BED REHABILITATION HOSPITAL WITH 680 OFF STREET PARKING SPACES - FULL BUILDING PERMIT
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    • ERECT 32 STORY MIXED USE RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT BUILDING-FULL BUILDING - 805 NORTH LASALLE STREET
    $15.0 million
    445 E ILLINOIS ST
    • EXTERIOR MODIFICATIONS TO EXISTING SOUTH AND WEST MASONRY WINDOW OPENINGS BALCONIES AND JULIET RAILING ENTRY CANOPY AND REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF THE EXISTING CURTAIN WALL. MINOR UNIT PLAN CHANGES DUE TO TRASH CHUTE RELOCATION. LEED FULL COMPLIANCE AND E
    $5.5 million
    255 E GRAND AVE
    • TENANT BUILDING INTERIOR BUILDOUT: INTERIOR BUILDOUT CONSISTS OF NON-LOAD BEARING WALL/COOLERS CONCRETE SLAB CEILING PLUMBING FIXTURES MECHANICAL DUCTWORK NEW REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL ETC.
    $4.2 million
    222 W MERCHANDISE MART PLZ
    • SELF-CERT: INTERIOR ALTERATINS TO 8TH FLOOR TENANT OFFICE SPACE AS PER PLAN
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    PERRYS DELI
    174 N FRANKLIN ST
    • SHORT FORM COMPLAINT
    Jul 18
    BERNICE E LAVIN ECEC FOR NORT
    441 E ONTARIO ST
    • LICENSE
    Jul 17
    I DREAM OF FALAFEL
    555 W MONROE ST
    • CANVASS
    Jul 14
    REV BURGER
    22 W OHIO ST
    • LICENSE
    Jul 8
    REV BURGER
    22 W OHIO ST
    • LICENSE
    Jul 8
    DIZA HOSPITALITY GROUP LLC ATRIUM CHICKEN
    100 W RANDOLPH ST
    • LICENSE
    Jul 2
    HANNAHS BRETZEL LLC
    180 W WASHINGTON ST
    • CANVASS
    Jul 1
    FARMHOUSE
    228 W CHICAGO AVE
    • CANVASS
    Jun 30
    MARKET CREATIONS
    130 E RANDOLPH ST
    • CANVASS
    Jun 27
    ELEAVEN FOOD COMPANY
    54 E ONTARIO ST
    • CANVASS
    Jun 26
    PRANZI
    434 W ONTARIO ST
    • CANVASS
    Jun 25
    PANERA BREAD
    635 N FAIRBANKS CT
    • CANVASS
    Jun 25
    ZED 451
    729-743 N CLARK ST
    • CANVASS
    Jun 24
    TACO FRESCO
    180 N WELLS ST
    • CANVASS RE-INSPECTION
    Jun 24
    REVERIE
    414 N ORLEANS ST
    • LICENSE
    Jun 24
    REVERIE
    414 N ORLEANS ST
    • LICENSE
    Jun 24
    BREWSTONE BEER COMPANY REST AND TAPROOM
    414 N ORLEANS ST
    • LICENSE
    Jun 24
    RED ROBINS BURGER WORKS
    20 E CHICAGO AVE
    • LICENSE
    Jun 20
    MACYS
    111 N STATE ST
    • COMPLAINT
    Jun 20
    FLEMINGS PRIME STEAKHOUSE AND WINEBAR
    25 E OHIO ST
    • CANVASS
    Jun 19