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(pdamtabanan.com), Senin, 12 Mei 2014  PDAM Tabanan kedatangan rombongan Ketua DPRD dan Anggota Komisi B DPRD Kota Yogyakarta dalam rangka kunjungan kerjanya selama empat hari di Bali. Rombongan yang juga didampingi oleh Direktur Utama PDAM Tirtamarta Yongyakarta (Bapak Dwi Agus Triwidodo) diterima langsung Direktur Utama  PDAM Tirta Amerta Buana Kabupaten Tabanan Bapak Ida Bagus Oka Sedana, ST,MM, bertempat di Ruang Rapat VIP PDAM Kabupaten Tabanan.

Rombongan yang dipimpin oleh Ketua DPRD Kota Yogyakarta Bapak Henry Kuncoroyekti bersama anggota Komisi B DPRD Kota Yogyakarta serta didampingai Direktur Utama PDAM Tirtamarta Yogyakarta . Selama lawatannya di PDAM Tirta Amerta Buana Tabanan, para wakil rakyat Kota Yogyakarta ingin mengetahui lebih dekat tentang pengelolaan dan pelayanan PDAM Kabupaten Tabanan sebagai Studi Komperasi Manajemen Pengelolaan PDAM. Akhir kunjungan dilakukan tukar menukar cendera mata(ajinik/umum).

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Dua perusahaan swasta, PT Encona dan Acuatico Group berencana lakukan studi kelayakan potensi air di Tabanan yang nantinya akan dijadikan acuan untuk mengatasi masalah air bersih di bumi lumbung beras. Terlebih kebutuhan air masyarakat Tabanan setiap tahunnya mengalami peningkatan. Sementara potensi sumber air yang ada masih banyak yang terbuang.

selengkapnya…

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Hari Air Sedunia yang diadakan setiap tahun pada tanggal 22 Maret sebagai sarana memusatkan perhatian pada pentingnya air tawar dan advokasi untuk pengelolaan sumber daya air tawar.

Hari internasional untuk merayakan air tawar direkomendasikan pada tahun 1992 Konferensi PBB tentang Lingkungan dan Pembangunan (UNCED). Majelis Umum PBB menanggapi dengan menunjuk 22 Maret 1993 sebagai Hari Air Dunia pertama.

Setiap tahun, Hari Air Dunia menyoroti aspek tertentu dari air tawar. Pada tahun 2014, Hari Air Sedunia adalah “Air dan Energi”. Sebuah gambaran singkat dari tema-tema yang berbeda yang telah menjadi fokus dari perayaan Hari Air Sedunia yang tersedia di bawah ini.

Sumber : http://www.unwater.org, facebook, twitter

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January | 2013 | notes of an aspiring adult

I’m in the middle of Michael Chabon’s Maps and Legends: Reading and Writing along the Borderlands; it was  an impulse buy from my last visit to the Regulator before leaving Durham. I thought it was a memoir, or something, then I quickly realized it was literary criticism—but not before Chabon’s engaging prose swept me along. He relives moments from his favorite books with the passion of a great reader and the dynamo of a great writer; you get a sense of both experiences at once. 

The book explores the idea of physical and metaphysical interstices, holes and overlap in the laws of literature that manifest themselves in temporal surroundings of the reader: take, for example, Cormac McCarthy’s success breeding Gothic horror and the epic, in a corral in a dry ranch town out West. This is also an opportunity for Chabon to geek out about his favorite niche fiction. So far I’ve enjoyed dips into Neil Gaiman, Sherlock Holmes, American Flagg! and the comic industry of the ‘60s, His Dark Materials, Nabokov’s Ada, Cormac McCarthy (especially The Road), and Norse mythology. The brilliant, inspiring angle he throws on it unfolds in a sort of call-to-arms prologue about the nature of entertainment. He claims that the Entertainment Industry (my caps) has reduced the notion to a unidirectional show of lights intended to induce pleasure; but etymology and history indicate that entertainment is an action requiring two active parties. Remember your English school teacher telling you over and over to be an active reader? Chabon says it should happen naturally with a good book; or, hypothetically, a good movie, a good play, or a good song should do it too. In order to raise the bar for entertainment in general, Chabon suggests that artists reclaim the right to entertain. And how should they do that? He drags you straight to the Borderlands.

 I’d love to talk about the book itself forever, but all this lively analysis has got me eager to push some literary boundaries. I just started a chapter about the ghost story, which played a big part in my early love for literature. We had a book of North Carolina ghost stories in 4th grade, right about the time I first discovered Corel Word, and those coinciding landmarks birthed a habit that grew into passionate, fulfilling, though sometimes melancholy lifelong affair. So I figured, for old times sake, why not write about another dark and stormy night?  

…………………………………………

The night air slapped back as Emerson pushed free of the metro. Sparse, fat drops of rain splashed in her face; she shivered and pulled her scarf tight. The sky was black-purple, with a bright halo beckoning the heavens from the Monument, blinking red.  No one seemed to be on the streets. It was Sunday morning, 2:45 am. It was the Sabbath day, as her mother would say. She thought this compulsively, walking back in the cold rain in her high heels drunk late at night in the city in the winter. She couldn’t shake the habit of remembering, as little as she honored it, as far from the Church as she’d gone.

Her apartment was six blocks away. She should have sprung for the studio close to the Museum. It was just too pricey, but it would have been worth avoiding all the drama at the House. Something was happening to Liz, she was sure; none of the roommates had spoken with her in weeks. Em thought it might be the boyfriend, the shaggy blond hard-eyed boy who came around the House frequently but hardly spoke unless he was asking if Liz was home. It made Em jealous… and uneasy. He had all these tattoos of poisonous animals. There was even one of girl who, well, who looks like she’s swallowing a snake. The extravagant curves of both the devilish creatures wound around each other, provocative, implicative, pulling each other deeper into sin; and the girl was even worse than the snake because she was looking at you, smiling! Emerson toddled on a sidewalk crack. Was this boy dragging Liz into sins of a similar nature? Did she know it, and relish it? She felt an emptiness within her bones, hollowed by the cold and several vodka tonics, thinking of what happened when those two closed the door at the top of the stairs; hugging herself, she pretended to dread it.

“Here; you look cold,” Emerson jumped and nearly toppled all over in those damn heels. She held a thin arm up to protect herself from this strange offender, those icy eyes forcing a bundle of cloth at her chest. It was that boy. She accepted the bundle and did nothing.

“If you don’t want to wear it, I will,” he murmured. He tossed a paw through the air. “Let’s go together, it’s late and it’s dark and it’s cold.”

As he turned away, Emerson saw the ripples of sinister ink. A flash of evil, sparkling on the protuberant lips of the girl with the snake. Compulsively she held a hand at her neck; it was confusing how vulnerable she felt, from a mere glance of stick figure innuendo. Only a tattoo. Emerson swallowed her fears. He was right, she would be safer walking with him.

They didn’t speak as they walked. Emerson kept her head down and her hands in her pockets, resuming a juvenile suggestion of obedience and shame, a mode of her childhood sustained through her family years, a default position she fell into when she drank too much. Her mother’s voice was strongest which she wished the least to hear it. The woman who shared so little with her had imparted the harsh pattern of self-flagellation instead. Em had spent most of her twenties breaking these bonds, but she was no hedonist and felt these auto-destructive impulses were the cross she bore for moments like these. This angle empowered her a little, she thought, against the stagnant legacy of that domesticated, Bible-throwing, self-important, crook-toothed hypocrite, who loved Jesus so much she couldn’t find room in her heart for anyone else. These are the things that make us, she thought, feeling relief spread down her neck, and standing a little straighter, these are the remnants of our past who remind us from whence we came. And I have come far, she smiled to herself. I have come far to realize there is some fulfillment in pain.

She stepped on all of the sidewalk cracks. Her spindly heels ground the concrete in protest. Liz’s boy looked at her, looked away before she noticed. Emerson contemplated asking him his name, but decided to keep watching the ground pass beneath her instead.

…. to be continued…

Reading up on tips, tricks, and tidbits from the heretofore unchartered waters of writing and publishing, the best advice I gleaned from a number of very emphatic sources is to write rather than to aspire to write. After all, how silly does it sound to be an aspiring accountant, or televangelist, or marketing consultant? Granted, I think there are reasons people like me might want to add the aspirational forethought—I like to think of it as a sort of warning, like the all-caps alert atop STUDENT DRIVER!! cars—but I respect the principle behind the counsel: to be rather than to seem. To fulfill the title rather than shirk its implications. To welcome the scoffs, character judgments, and to answer unabashedly: I am a writer. No aspiring about it.

As part of my whole-hearted acceptance of my new identity, I have assembled the basics of my creative goals in the form of a manifesto.

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A writer’s manifesto

(in fiction and in life)

I want to create everyday.

I want to write [about + throughout] my entire life.

All of my ideas are worth trying once.

I want to cut through the bullshit.

I want to focus on character development and relationships above all else.

I want to capture the surrealism—horror, beauty, extremes—that illuminates the ordinary as I see it.

“Write drunk, edit sober.” You can’t argue with success like Hemingway’s.

I want the ending to fit the plot and not the other way around. (And this is where I struggle most.)

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Happy New Year, everyone! Feel free to share your latest manifesto, too.

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The sales process can often times be confusing and stressful. Working with an experienced agent can make the entire process run smoothly. Below is the sales process broken down into steps.

Find a Realtor

Interview a few different listing agents. If you don’t personally know a Realtor ask friends, family and neighbors for referrals. Chances are if they have had a positive transaction with their Realtor the same will happen for you. Calling the listing agents of houses in your neighborhood is also a great way to find a Realtor. If all else fails just go through the phone book and call several real estate companies and tell them you are interested in selling your house and would like to have a Realtor create a competitive market analysis for your house.

When you interview your prospective Realtors ask the following important questions:

  • How much experience do you have in this neighborhood?
    • Expertise in your specific neighborhood is key. If they have an excellent working knowledge of your area they will be able to price your house according to market value which leads to a shorter time on market without sacrificing any money on your end. They will also be able to answer any questions prospective buyers may have about the area or pricing of the house in comparison to other houses on the market in your area. The more knowledgeable your Realtor is in your area the more money and time you will save.
  • How many other clients are you currently working with?
    • Realtors who have a large client list usually have many clients because they are good at what they do. With some however, having too many clients is possible as you may not get as much personal attention as you would like with the sale of your house.
  • Will you be handling all aspects of my transaction or do you have an assistant?
    • Chances are if they have a large client list they do have an assistant who handles some portions of the transaction. Make sure you are comfortable working with your Realtor as well the Realtor’s assistant as there will be some instances when you will not be able to get a hold of your Realtor and will need to speak with the assistant.
  • Can you give me a few references?
    • Most people who sell their homes with Realtor’s never ask for references. I don’t know why as in almost every other situation in which a person is hired for employment they are asked for references. There is nothing wrong with asking. If a Realtor is uncomfortable giving out references than there is probably a reason.
  • How will you market my property?
    • Along with having a deep knowledge of a specific area, the marketing of a listing will have a huge impact on how quickly and for what price your house sells for. Marketing can range from holding open houses and agent tours to networking with other Realtor’s with potential buyers. Your Realtor should define a specific marketing plan and explain exactly what is needed from you as a seller.

Create a Plan of Action

It is important to discuss marketing strategies and responsibilities in great detail with your Realtor. Defining expectations at the beginning of the sales process will eleveate stress later on down the road.

Selle’s Responsibility:

  • Agree to reasonable listing price
  • Agree to marketable terms
  • Prepare property accordingly for showings
  • Make property available for showings and tours
  • Be available for offer presentations

Realtor’s Responsibility:

  • Provide market data to ascertain list price of property
  • Give tips for property presentation
  • Advertise and market property
  • Negotiate the sale
  • Assist with closing process

Prepare Property

Take some time to prepare your property appropriately for the marketing process. Any repairs or upgrades that need to be completed should be done before your property is held open or shown. You should also try to make your house as clean, simple and clutter free as possible. All personalized items should be stored away. Create a space that potential buyers could imagine as being their own. You should also make arrangements and prepare yourself to make your property available for showings and any future open houses.

Pricing and Marketing Your Property

When setting a price for your property you must look at market factors such as location, property condition and economic indicators while measuring your own motiviation to establish a creative package for potential buyers. Your Realtor should be able to produce a competitive market analysis for your property which considers comprable properties’ sold prices, days on market and specifications to produce an estimated value range for your property. A list price is then determined based on the condition of the property and how aggresively a seller wishes to price the property.

Below is a list of ways a Realtor will market a property:

  • Multiple Listing Service
    • The MLS is a database managed by an area’s Board of Realtor’s that contains all listed and sold properties over a period of time. Most perspective buyer’s will search through the MLS via a Real Estate company’s website.
  • Newspaper Advertising
    • Although not as popular anymore due to the increased use of the internet, properties for sale and open houses can be advertised in the newspaper.
  • Open House
    • An open house is a great way to get prospective buyers or othe parties of interest into a house for sale. Nothing beats seeing a property in person.
  • Agent Tour
    • An agent tour is basically an open house for other agents. Agent tours serve two purposes, to gain valuable feedback regarding a poperties pricing and marketability as well as show off the property to agents who represent prospective buyers.
  • Agent Networking
    • Realtor’s who belong to large real estate companies have a distinct advantage in this category. A Realtor who has fifty to one hundred fellow Realtors based out of the same office has the ability to talk directly, email and pass on flyer’s for listed properties to Realtor’s who represent prospective buyers.
  • Home Magazine
    • Some real estate companies publish magazines featuring listed properties. These magazines are then made available to the public at local businesses.
  • Just Listed Cards
    • Some Realtor’s use Just Listed Cards as a marketing tool in a listed property’s surrounding neighborhood. A Realtor will mail out Just Listed Cards to houses in the surrounding area of the listed property and the hope is a neighbor will have a friend or family member interested in moving into the neighborhood.

Purchase Agreements and Closing

Upon successful marketing and pricing a purchase agreement should come in from a prospective buyer. The offer from a purchase agreement usually has an expiration date in which the seller must respond prior to so it is of the utmost importance that you meet quickly with your Realtor to discuss your options.

Variables to Consider With a Purchase Agreement:

Discuss all of your options with your Realtor and seek advice pertaining to the negotiation process.

Once an agreement is reached between both parties the transaction will be scheduled to close. The file will be sent by your Realtor over to the title company who will then act as a neutral third party and arrange all closing paperwork and payments. Your Realtor should keep in close contact with you and the title company to ensure that the file progresses appropriately. During this time all inspections required by the lender and purchase agreement will be carried out as well.

The actual closing is very simple. All documents will be prepared by the title company prior to closing. All you need to do is bring a pen and sign on the dotted line. If you owe any money on the transaction you will also need to bring a check. If you are scheduled to make money usually the title company will be able to deposit the amount in your checking account.

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