Mullaley farmers reject mediation offer

Mullaley farmers reject mediation offer

(02/26/17) It’s been a long day. The Mullah Council has a카지노 사이트greed to a $2.2 million settlement with the county and nearly 10,000 farmers. (The Mullah Council is responsible for administering the small farmers in the county.) Farmers opposed to the settlement were quick to criticize the council, including farmer Tony Bensinger. “We’re proud of what we did but we think our agreement should be better than it is,” Bensinger said. He said the council promised to provide farmers with compensation for damage to the county’s farm systems. The council was also expected to pay a $400,000 payment to the farmers. The farmers were not pleased by the terms of the mediation, which they said included a $100,000 stipend to any farmers who don’t participate in the program. The council has agreed to continue mediating. “We are disappointed but we believe we have come to a good compromise,” Mull카지노 사이트ah President Salih Mustafa said. “Our commitment to the farmers was the key to our agreement.” County Administrator Brian Johnson also said Mullah farmers have agreed to the $2.2 million settlement, and the county will continue to work with them. (County Administrator Brian Johnson, right, with Mullah President Salih Mustafa, left, and Mullah farmer Tony Bensinger, right.)

Mullahs and Mullahs deal with agricultural바카라 problems

(02/26/17) Several farms were affected by a storm near the Mullah Community Centre on April 26-27. The storm also knocked out power on numerous farms, including three farms near Moulay Hassan Community Centre, including Moulay Hassan-Farda, and Al-Salameen, as well as Al-Sihna, Al-Bazzaji and Al-Firdous. (The city council recently adopted a farm and industry zone along the highway adjacent to Moulay Hassan Community Centre.) The storms were so fierce that there is a storm watch and a mandatory evacuation order is still in effect. According to the mayor, it was the most intense storm since the winter of 2014. Some farmers were forced to move to safer locations due to the heavy downpour on the roads in the area. Some said that the storm also caused major traffic delays. “It was very challenging for the agricultural communities to be in this situation where the snowstorm was coming down, the weather was moving fast and it affected the entire village,” farmer Saad Saad said.