Netflix is reportedly testing support for Apple’s Spatial Audio feature, which currently works on the AirPods Pro true wireless earphones and AirPods Max headphones. Most users, even with a premium Netflix account and a supported headset, won’t be able to access the feature yet, as it’s still in the testing phase. However, this suggests that the feature could go live in the coming weeks, and users will find a particularly useful and rich source of content to try out what Apple is touting as a major feature on its new AirPods Max headphones..
On September 17, 2018, the Landmarks Commission held a public hearing on a notice of demolition by neglect. At that meeting, the Commission referred that matter “to a future Landmarks Commission meeting no later than December 3 with the stipulation that the applicant work closely with the Preservation Planner and other City staff to itemize work which can be done with and without tax credits and provide a timeline for addressing the work orders in a timely manner.” On December 3, 2018, the Landmarks Commission approved a COA to complete the necessary work to stabilize and repair the building. The Landmarks Commission referred the Demolition by Neglect case to the April 22, 2019, meeting to have an update from the property owner regarding progress towards completing necessary work in order to meet the terms and deadline of the court approved agreement to complete the items in the work order by August 15, 2019.
DRAFTER’S ANALYSIS: Madison has no rule about the end of a term for its elected officials. Thus, under existing law, all terms end on the third Tuesday in April. Usually, this is the time when new officials are sworn in. Then, blast! a gush of black smoke from a bus that is just leaving a bust stand picking up commuters. I hold my breath again and breeze past this darkness. With further exchanges with Taxi drivers who drive at their will and dodging cyclists who shift lanes in a flash, I finally arrive at my office.
354 UMass Amherst students facing punishment for COVID rule breakingUpdated 9:54 PM; Today 8:21 PMA recent spike of COVID 19 cases in the past week totaling 406 399 students and seven faculty and staff prompted Chancellor Kumble R. Subbaswamy on Sunday to cancel all in person learning. He warned students to follow public health guidance, saying there would be punishments meted out to violators.”By acting aggressively now, we are confident we can contain this surge and more quickly return to normal operations, including a resumption of in person classes,” he said in a statement Sunday.As of Monday night, the UMass Amherst website stated there were now 434 active COVID cases on campus.