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2009 - CRFL Grants / 2009-F: NCSU, Spotted Seatrout Tagging Program
« Last post by M. Beatty on March 01, 2018, 09:48:33 AM »
2009-F: NCSU, Spotted Seatrout Tagging Program

CRFL Grant Request: $299,563 (YR1 $98,828 / YR2 $100,233 / YR3 $100,233)
 
Project Title: Movement and mortality of spotted seatrout in North Carolina: a combined conventional tag and telemetry approach

Project Administrator: NCSU, Jeff Buckel , Joe Hightower & Kenneth Polluck; DMF, Beth Burns

Project Description: This grant will fund research to estimate fishing and natural mortality, movement rates, and stock structure of spotted seatrout to provide data needed for stock assessments and effective management of North Carolina’s stock.


DMF Website for 2009-F: Spotted Seatrout Tagging Program application:
http://portal.ncdenr.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=d97b5f7a-ee2a-4a97-a32b-eac7bf8bc382&groupId=38337

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2009 - CRFL Grants / 2009-F: UNCW, King Mackerel Tournament Text Messaging
« Last post by M. Beatty on March 01, 2018, 09:48:01 AM »
2009-F: UNCW, King Mackerel Tournament Text Messaging

CRFL Grant Request: $23,741

Project Title: Text-Messaging: A novel approach to collecting catch and effort information from North Carolina king mackerel tournament anglers

Project Administrator: UNCW, M. Scott Baker, Jr. (NC Sea Grant Extension Program)

Project Description: This grant will fund a pilot project at four king mackerel tournaments in Carteret County where anglers will be asked to electronically report their day’s fishing activities by cell phone. This study will compare official tournament measurements to measurements provided by anglers and compare catch and effort data from the pilot project to current and historical data collected by DMF and the participating tournaments for each event.


DMF Website for 2009-F: King Mackerel Tournament Text Messaging application:
http://portal.ncdenr.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=e1db4f14-9af8-4af8-9b7f-a472cb5041c2&groupId=38337
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2009 - CRFL Grants / 2009-P: TAKF, Take A Kid Fishing Event
« Last post by M. Beatty on March 01, 2018, 09:47:17 AM »
2009-P: TAKF, Take A Kid Fishing Event

CRFL Grant Request: $25,000
 
Project Title: Take A Kid Fishing Event

Project Administrator: Take A Kid Fishing, Foundation, Teresa Holcombe

Project Description: This grant will help the non-profit Take a Kid Fishing program provide approximately 850-1000 disadvantaged and disabled youth and their chaperones the opportunity to go saltwater fishing on June 24-25, 2009. The children will learn why it is important to know the size limitations and how to properly catch and release fish.


DMF Website for 2009-P: Take A Kid Fishing application:
http://portal.ncdenr.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=3c24b735-9475-401c-a0c5-0e6ec0c48c33&groupId=38337
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2009 - CRFL Grants / 2009-P: WRC, Cedar Point Boating Access & Fishing Pier
« Last post by M. Beatty on March 01, 2018, 09:46:43 AM »
2009-P: WRC, Cedar Point Boating Access & Fishing Pier

CRFL Grant Request: $125,000
 
Project Title: Cedar Point Boating Access Area Renovation & Fishing Area

Project Administrator: WRC, Erik Christofferson

Project Description: This grant will go toward the acquisition of about .68 acres of waterfront property in Cedar Point that lies between an existing Wildlife Resources Commission boating access and a public right-of-way maintained by the town. The three properties will be redeveloped to form a larger, safer site that is available for use to all citizens, free of charge.


DMF Website for 2009-P: Cedar Point Boating & Fishing application:
http://portal.ncdenr.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=2d480d19-382f-4167-bebf-614b39020788&groupId=38337
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2009 - CRFL Grants / 2009-P: WRC, Snow’s Cut Boating & Fishing Access Area
« Last post by M. Beatty on March 01, 2018, 09:46:09 AM »
2009-P: WRC, Snow’s Cut Boating & Fishing Access Area

CRFL Grant Request: $500,000
 
Project Title: Snow’s Cut Boating and Fishing Access Area

Project Administrator: WRC, Erik Christofferson

Project Description: This grant will help increase boating access and shoreline based fishing opportunities for anglers who do not own boats or anglers with limited mobility at an existing Wildlife Resources Commission boating access site in Carolina Beach. Plans call for renovating the existing four boat ramp to increase launch capacity and building a 200-foot public fishing pier.


DMF Website for 2009-P: Snow’s Cut Boating & Fishing application:
http://portal.ncdenr.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=b4a4a609-f338-4957-adb1-4d105d2b83a1&groupId=38337
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"Official"- Red Wolf Reintroduction Scandal / Re: Red Wolf Scandal
« Last post by citizensscience on March 01, 2018, 09:06:49 AM »
Red Wolf Scandal


Red Wolf Scandal



Is USFWS expected to manage its invented, hybrid Red Wolf Program under an Experimental Designation?   Where is the past due decision from Fish and Wildlife?? 
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Suntrust Mortgage Scandal / Re: Suntrust Scandal
« Last post by citizensscience on March 01, 2018, 08:57:36 AM »
#SunTrustScandal




With our team of investigative volunteers we’ve received a few private messages asking in summary, is this real?  Is SunTrust really this crooked?  To those whom may have the same questions we share the below…

This effort began to investigate what were thought to be simple errors / non material violations of state and federal rule / law relating to SunTrust Mortgage.  Thanks to thousands of hours of research, official FOIA documents etc. Citizens Science has now assembled the single most robust investigation into one of the largest financial institutions within the United States.  All of no charge to consumers and perhaps SunTrust customers.

What is clear, the banking cartel is alive and well, buying off decision makers byway of SunTrust “Good Governance Committee”  (PAC / Lobby Fund) whereas SunTrust encourages its FTE’s to contribute a biweekly pretax payroll deduction.  Creating a mechanism to monetize employees used to “Contribute” to incestuous lawmakers.  It this incestuous relationship between dollars, deals and the DC Swamp that allow SunTrust executives and their Board to carryon these brazen schemes, chalking each up as just perhaps… “The cost of doing business”…

So to anyone who is wondering is this real, we will continue to unpackaged the facts, share the documents and connect the dots…  All allowing you the regular followers the opportunity to decide…

Is SunTrust “really” this Crooked, or are they simply “Criminal's” that were Too Big to Jail??

Be sure to bookmark / save this link and check back daily, as we have thousands of pages of investigative finding and we look forward to helping you determine if SunTrust perhaps leveraged your mortgage byway of illegally selling your promise to pay two, three or more times in the Residential Mortgage Securitization Markets (RMBS) while unknown to you.  All to allegedly, generate illegal assets and capital…

Finally, SunTrust the enterprise, has may hard working employees, managers and executives… Honest ones at that, to those who visit #SunTrustScandal daily and share with co-workers, we thank you.  Exposing the Legacy Leadership that remains in place at SunTrust and publicly sharing the facts will bring a much needed changes with regard to the “Tone at the Top”…

Its SunTrust alleged Criminal Capital Plan thats so problematic, such as…  1) Double Pledging (Selling) consumers mortgages multiple times,  2) Converted borrowers “Notice of Rate Changes” into Tier-1 Capital and 3) Grossly understated their ALLL

Mr. Jerome Lienhard, Chief Risk Officer and others are responsible for many of the below facts and fines, totaling over $1,500,000,000.00 Billion… Criminal’s… You decide…

Lets not forget, Wells Fargo acts as the Master Servicer in many of these mortgage pools, so it will be interesting to see what action enforcement action Wells takes as they have authority over SunTrust acting as the “Sub-Servicer”, or the party (STM) that collects your payments and or payoffs.  SunTrust as that party is suppose to forward said payoff funds up-line to the pools investors.  Stay tuned as will cover much of that soon…

Thanks for checking in - The Citizens Science Team



Company                        Primary Offense  Type   Year         Agency     Penalty Amount

SunTrust Mortgage, Inc.   consumer protection violation   2014 CFPB   $550,000,000

SunTrust Mortgage Inc.   False Claims Act            2014.    DOJ_CIVIL   $418,000,000

SunTrust Mortgage Inc.   mortgage abuses    2014.    DOJ_CIVIL   $320,000,000

SunTrust Banks, Inc.   banking violation            2014     FED   $160,000,000

SunTrust Mortgage, Inc.  toxic securities abuses    2013      FHFA     $65,000,000

SunTrust Mortgage Inc.   banking violation   2012  DOJ_RIGHTS      $21,000,000

SunTrust Bank   banking violation                   2017              FED      $1,501,000

SunTrust Banks   investor protection violation   2017             SEC       $1,100,000

SunTrust Bank, Inc.   wage and hour violation   2006            WHD          $350,875

SunTrust Bank   employment discrimination           2014            EEOC          $300,000

SunTrust Capital Markets Inc.   investor protection violation2006   SEC          $125,000

SunTrust Mortgage Inc.   wage and hour violation   2012   WHD                    $51,518

SunTrust Bank   economic sanction violation                   2005   OFAC             $40,423

SunTrust Mortgage, Inc.   discriminatory practices   2013   HUD.                   $36,000

SunTrust Bank   economic sanction violation                    2005   OFAC   $30,800

https://violationtracker.goodjobsfirst.org/parent/suntrust-banks
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Suntrust Mortgage Scandal / Re: Suntrust Scandal
« Last post by citizensscience on February 28, 2018, 10:04:31 PM »
#Fake Loans and SunTrust Mortgage...

Did SunTrust use your mortgage to perpetrate a it's "Fake Loan" Capital Scheme?

Stay tuned, we will soon illustrate just how SunTrust bridged its capital crisis by "Double-Pledging" residential "UnSecuritized" backed fake mortgages...

It seems SunTrust paralleled the path as outlined on CNBC's "American Greed"... With respect to "Inventing" #FakeMortgages to meet the Federal Reserves "Capital Requirements"...

"Lee Farkas was a mortgage mogul, a millionaire and chairman of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker.  But unknown to his clients, Farkas made his fortune by peddling fake mortgages and looting his company. American Greed takes you inside a multi-billion dollar scam!"

https://www.cnbc.com/video/2012/07/11/american-greed-financial-home-invasion.html




#suntrustscandal
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2010 - CRFL Grants / 2010-F-001: DMF, Fishing Piers Economic Impact
« Last post by M. Beatty on February 28, 2018, 09:13:47 AM »
2010-F-001: DMF, Fishing Piers Economic Impact

CRFL Grant Request: $20,487
 
Project Title: Assessing the Economic Impact of North Carolina Ocean Fishing Piers

Project Administrator: DMF, Scott Crosson

Project Description: This study will provide economic data and analysis on the impact of recreational fishing piers. The information will be essential for development and management of pier facilities. A report will be generated tracking the direct, indirect, and induced economic impacts from the ocean fishing piers in North Carolina.


DMF Website for 2010-F-001 application:
http://portal.ncdenr.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=3d5ac2a4-b7f8-4a22-8170-11652a136aa2&groupId=38337

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2010 - CRFL Grants / 2010-F-002: DMF, Cape Fear Striper Population Size
« Last post by M. Beatty on February 28, 2018, 09:13:15 AM »
2010-F-002: DMF, Cape Fear Striper Population Size

CRFL Grant Request: $42,820 (YR1 $19,285 / YR2 $15,985 / YR3 $7,010)
 
Project Title: Mark Recapture Study to Determine Population Size of Cape Fear River Striped Bass

Project Administrator: DMF, William Collier; NCWRC, Keith Ashley and Bob Barwick; Cape Fear River Watch, Mark Westendorff

Project Description: This 2-1/2 year project will develop an estimate of population size of striped bass in the Cape Fear River with secondary goals of estimating recreational fishery release mortality, tracking seasonal migration, and determining habitat utilization patterns. The results of this study will be used in future stock assessments and management of striped bass.


DMF Website for 2010-F-002 application:
http://portal.ncdenr.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=6f1f46ff-47ad-495d-a6b8-4f7047926589&groupId=38337
 
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