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GENESEE COUNTY/Byron Town Board Meeting/Meeting rules and Town Clerk duties created in emotional meeting/April 24, 2024 Video News Service

Video of meeting April 24, 2024

Byron Town Board MeetingApril 24,2024 7pmByron Town Hall

  1. Call to Order/Pledge
  2. Board Introductions
  3. WIBA#1 -Scott Mattison -MRB group
  4. Waste Water Treatment project-WQIP grant applicationResolution to authorize Supervisor to sign contract with MRB Group to Re-submit .
  5. Voucher/Abstract- Resolution to approve
  6. Work Shop Discussion of Board- All Public comments held to end of discussion.Town procurement policy- DiscussionTown Board Meeting Rules-DiscussionTown Employee Appreciation Day-DiscussionPowers and Duties of Town Clerk-Discussion
  7. Public comments
  8. Adjournment

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How to create a winning Grant Proposal | Nonprofit Grants [Video]

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Beyond Sharia: Maarten Holtzapffel on Non-Conformist Ideas in Rumi's Poetry [Video]

Maarten Holtzapffel is PhD candidate for the ERC-Advanced Grant Beyond Sharia: The Role of Sufism in Shaping Islam, (the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Grant agreement No. 101020403) led by Professor Asghar Seyed-Gohrab.In this video, Maarten elaborates on his PhD research, which examines the philosophy and the reception history of the 13th century Persian poet-mystic Rumi, probably the most widely read Sufi poet in Islamic culture. Maarten Holtzapffel looks, in particular, at how non-conformist ideas in Rumi's poetry transcend religious boundaries, and how such ideas are interpreted in modern time as expressions of humanism.