The state leases former tourist resorts

first_imgThe Ministry of State Property has announced a public call for bids for the lease of real estate, more precisely the lease of former tourist resorts.Former resorts are located in Gradac, Rab, Biograd na Moru and Slano and Igrane. Although the real estate is in a very bad condition and needs a complete renovation, at least according to the photos shown, but as it is a lease of real estate for a period of 30 years, there is certainly enough time to return the investment.The deadline for submitting bids is December 10, 2018, and you can see all the details and a photo presentation of the resort in the attachment.Attachment: PUBLIC INVITATION FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS FOR LEASE OF REAL ESTATElast_img read more

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Bromley turns in solid performance at NFL Scouting Combine

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Former Syracuse defensive tackle Jay Bromley thinks his draft stock improved following an impressive NFL Scouting Combine performance on Monday.The 6-foot-4, 285-pound lineman recorded a 5.06-second 40-yard dash. He said he was happy with the result, but that his official time wasn’t too much of a concern.“What really matters is the times that the coaches put down with their hand,” Bromley said. “So with that I ran a 4.9. I’m cool with that, I ain’t sweating it.”His time was good enough to place him 28th out of 42 defensive linemen.“It was a good experience,” Bromley said. “Being around some of the best players, and just getting able to go out and compete and show what I can do.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBromley, an All-Atlantic Coast Conference Third Team selection who led SU with 10 sacks in 2013, said he was happy with his showing in the defensive line drills. He was also pleased with his 33.5-inch vertical leap, which ranked 15th out of 50 defensive linemen in the field.He had 26 reps on the 225-pound bench, which was 17th out of 50, and his 106-inch broad jump was 29th.Bromley is projected to go in the sixth round or seventh round according to CBS Sports, but hopes that his time at the Combine will show that he can go higher.“From what I’ve heard from all the coaches who talked to me, I believe it has,” Bromley said. “I pray to God that I’ve done enough to at least draw interest at my pro day, and have a good crowd.“We’ll see what we can do there.”A defensive lineman that really impressed was defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, who ran a 4.53 40-yard dash.Clowney’s times rivaled that of the top running backs and quarterbacks in the 40-yard dash.“We understand who’s fast and what it means,” Bromley said. “It wasn’t a big deal to us. We knew he was gonna run something stupid. And he did.”Bromley didn’t raise eyebrows like Clowney, but he did outdo his former SU teammate Jerome Smith at his respective position. Smith placed 30th out of 33 running backs when it took him 4.84 seconds to run the 40-yard dash.Both Smith and Bromley will have a chance to improve their draft stock at SU’s pro day on March 26th at Manley Field House. Comments Published on February 25, 2014 at 2:40 am Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3last_img read more

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A break-up letter from the Pac-10 to USC

first_imgIt’s not you, it’s me.All right, that’s not true — it is you. But breaking up is hard to do, and I’m new at this.Passing the torch · Oregon’s Jordan Holmes lifts LaMichael James after a touchdown in a game that saw the Ducks dethrone USC. – Dieuwertje Kast | Daily TrojanWe’ve been inseparable for what seems like forever. Whenever somebody mentioned “Pac-10,” they couldn’t help but bring up “USC.” As a perennial champion, you gave meaning to me as a conference. We had a run that could only be paralleled by Florida State and the ACC in the ’90s.But nothing gold can stay, and I think it’s time to call it quits.Everyone said this would be the year it would end between us. They said you were different this year and that someone would finally knock you off your pedestal. But all your buddies on campus faithfully said Pete Carroll would find a way to repeat yet again.But it’s become blatantly clear that you’ve changed this year. And Saturday proved that beyond a reasonable doubt.Look, I was willing to stand by you after the loss to Washington. It seemed just like any other year of our rocky relationship. Everyone said it was a disappointment, but it was nothing we hadn’t all seen before. It seemed like it would be just like last year when Oregon State caught you off guard, but you bounced back to finish the season in style.At worst, it appeared that we were destined for another memorable New Year’s Day date at the Rose Bowl. I know the students had grown tired of them, but I’m sure they all lust for those days now.However, these last few weeks showed us something was still wrong. And after what happened with Oregon, well, I just don’t know where we stand.What happened on Halloween in Eugene was surreal and still hard to compute. The 27-point margin of defeat from that loss was one point more than the combined margin of all of your losses since 2004. For all of your miscues, you could always say that you were never blown out and always had kept it close.Even more mystifying were the 391 yards rushing you gave up to the Ducks. That’s not a very USC-like performance, and there are few comparable efforts. The last time your defense looked like this was in 2005 when everyone clamored to call you the best team ever. But we learned that year that you can only go as far as your defense takes you, and that hasn’t been very far based on its performance the last three weeks.This doesn’t have to be all bad. Remember the good times?There was 2004, when you did the West Coast proud by running the table and winning a national championship. And who could forget all of those memorable non-conference matchups in which you more than lived up to your reputation? You helped raise my profile as a conference when I needed it most, and for that I am in your debt.When our run first started, I needed you. People said, “The Pac-10 is at its best when USC is strong,” and you helped give West Coast football some stability. Heck, when we first started our run, you shared the title with Washington State. Look at where the Cougars are now.We can still be friends, right? In fact, I’m still going to need you. Depending on what happens, I’ll still need you to stick up for me in the Holiday Bowl — or maybe even a BCS game, if you get your act together. Maybe a change of scenery would do you good after all those repetitive Rose Bowls.And there’s a possibility we could find our way back together at some point. People thought our run was over after your last loss in Eugene in 2007, but somehow we found a way back together.But for now, I hope you don’t mind if I see how things go with the Ducks. They’ve really impressed us and will probably be our representative for the Rose Bowl this year, so it’s for the best if I get to know them a little bit better. If you cross paths again, give Oregon my number and tell the Ducks we should talk.I know this is hard after seven years. But maybe we can just consider this a break and see what happens in 2010. Maybe you’ll come back rejuvenated and that old spark will be there again.But hey, we’ll always have Pasadena.“Tackling Dummy” runs Tuesdays. To comment on this article, visit dailytrojan.com or email Michael at middlehu@usc.edu.last_img read more

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