WILMINGTON, MA — Below are the real estate transactions in Wilmington that occurred from March 20, 2019 to March 26, 2019:Address: 27 Boutwell StreetPrice: $735,000Buyer: Michael Farragher & Andrea MalanakarotSeller: Asset Redevelopment Corp.Date: 3/22/19Use: 1 Family ResidenceLot Size: 142,441sfAddress: 65 Chestnut StreetPrice: $453,000Buyer: Earl & Rhonda CraigSeller: Quinn FT LLCDate: 3/22/19Use: 1 Family ResidenceLot Size: 44,431sfAddress: 14 Concord StreetPrice: $499,500Buyer: Lauren Kerbie & Justin NortonSeller: Michael & Erica LuongoDate: 3/13/19Use: 1 Family ResidenceLot Size: 29,621sfAddress: 27 King StreetPrice: $735,000Buyer: John & Valerie TrevisoneSeller: 10 Patterson Street LLCDate: 3/22/19Use: 1 Family ResidenceLot Size: 9,583sfAddress: 232 Lowell StreetPrice: $485,000Buyer: Fiona RandallSeller: Matthew & Jenna CeratDate: 3/22/19Use: 1 Family ResidenceLot Size: 20,909sfAddress: 4 Rhode Island RoadPrice: $550,000Buyer: Matthew & Jenna CeratSeller: Daniel & Patricia BlanchDate: 3/22/19Use: 1 Family ResidenceLot Size: 10,019sfLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedRecent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Wilmington Real Estate Transactions (Week of August 20, 2019)In “Business”
HCL Technologies on Friday reported a 28% rise in second-quarter consolidated net profit at ₹1,915 crore, on the back of increase in European business and in life-sciences and healthcare verticals. In tune with this, shares soared to a 52-week high at ₹1,820. HCL Board also announced a bonus share issue on the ratio of one share for every one share held.The fourth largest software exporter follows a July to June financial year, with its year-ago profit recording at ₹1,496 crore. Analysts polled by Reuters expected HCL to post a profit of ₹1,615 crore. Interim dividend has been declared at ₹8 per equity share of ₹2 each.Revenue grew by 13.4% at ₹9,283 crore, against the ₹8,184 crore for the same period last year.HCL Technologies Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer Shiv Nadar explained that globally the IT industry was undergoing significant changes, even as IT buying has moved beyond the traditional scope and now also tries to capture the adjacencies, changing not only the definition of a traditional buyer, but also involving technology to become the centre stage of organisational competitiveness.Given the circumstances, a balanced portfolio, integrated IT services and engineering capabilities makes HCL a service provider of choice when companies go for business model transformation, he added.HCL recorded dollar-net profit rise of 27.3% to $307.2 million, with revenue touching $1.43 billion, an increase of 12.8%.For the quarter ended, HCL sits on cash and cash equivalents of ₹1,221 crore.HCL said it signed 15 transformational engagements over the quarter, with total contract value exceeding $1 billion.Employee headcount crossed one lakh mark over the quarter, to stand at 1,00,240. Gross additions stood at 11,734 and net at 4,718. Attrition on LTM basis recorded 16.4%, reported BusinessLine.HCL shares were trading at ₹1,785.55, up by ₹136.60 or 8.28% at 12:20 pm.
Washington, D.C., needs all the virtual eyes and ears it can get to monitor crime and, as a result, the city government is launching a voucher program for people who can’t afford to make the initial deposit for a security camera system.The existing Private Security Camera Incentive Program provides rebates for the purchase, installation and registration of security camera systems after they are placed outside of a building owned or leased by a resident, business, nonprofit, or religious institution. The city pays up to $200 of the purchase price for every camera installed outside of a residential building, with a maximum rebate of up to $500 per residential address. The reimbursement is the same for cameras installed outside businesses and commercial nonprofit or religious institutions. The maximum rebate for that category is $750 per address.Reimbursements are typically made within nine weeks, said Christopher Dyer, the program’s administrator.Now, the city wants people on public assistance to join the program as well and hopes to launch the voucher portion of the program by next year, Dyer said.“We’re trying to find a vendor who will do the installation and instead of putting the money out, we’ll do it,” Dyer said.In 2015, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser introduced legislation to create the program as part of her Safer, Stronger D.C. public safety initiative. Since the program started in February, the city has approved more than 1,000 applications for rebates, funding over 2,500 cameras across all eight wards.“I am thrilled that so many people have taken advantage of the program,” Bowser said in a statement.The security cameras must be registered with the Metropolitan Police Department, which gives officers the ability to request the footage during criminal investigations. City officials know of two cases in which video footage led to arrests for theft, Dyer said. Police also used footage as evidence in three other cases: assault with intent to kill, a homicide and auto theft, Dyer added.Yet, there’s no evidence to suggest that the cameras have led to reduced crime rates in the city.“The program is still relatively new,” Dyer said.
Kolkata: West Bengal Highway Development Corporation is taking initiative to prepare data containing the 30 year history of 50 plots at Bhangar I and II blocks in South 24-Parganas.Sources have confirmed that the need to prepare the data was felt for carrying out the work to widen the Basanti Highway. The 23 km long stretch of the highway from Eastern Metropolitan Bypass to Ghatakpukur in South 24-Parganas will be widened.It had been a long standing demand of the local people to widen the road and both police as well as administrative officials had also suggested its widening to check frequent accidents on the throughfare. The traffic load on the road remains high almost round-the-clock as it connects major parts of South and North 24-Parganas with Kolkata. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe work of widening the road will be carried out by the State Highway Development Corporation and now the move has been made for “preparation of 30 years research report” of certain plots at Bhangar I and II blocks in South 24-Parganas on an urgent basis. It has been stated that details of the past 30 years of around 55 plots of 210 people will be prepared.Firms having the required expertise and experience of carrying out such work will be engaged to prepare the data and it has to be prepared within 45 days from the day the work starts. The report has to be submitted to the State Highway Development Corporation. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedTop brass of the corporation will be taking decisions on their next course of action on the basis of the data that will contain the history of the past 30 years of the plots. The data will contain the sale records of private plots for “title investigation”.It may be mentioned that the road will be widened to a two-way carriage way, with a road divider in between. According to engineers,the widening of the road, alongwith a median in between will bring down the number of accidents.Engineers are also taking necessary steps to check accidents at the sharp turns.In most of accidents on Basanti Highway, vehicles fall into ditches while taking sharp turns at high speeds. “Widening of the road will be helpful to lakhs of people as they won’t have to risk their lives anymore to reach their destinations,” said an official.