WNY News Now Image.MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County Clerk Larry Barmore is addressing recent frustration with the new appointment system from members of the community at the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices throughout the county.Barmore reminds people that the system came from an order from Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office. However, the Clerk says his staff will make adjustments when they become necessary to improve the system.Barmore says that appointments were booked rather quickly because there was a backlog of people since March. He urges people to spend time looking at www.dmv.ny.gov to find everything they need for their appointment to avoid being turned away.Those without internet access can call DMV for any questions. Barmore also says people who can’t get through can email him several days ahead of the appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org and he’ll get the answers. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),they need to update the mv82 forms, myself and several others printed them from the website and were sent letters stating they were out of date. you guys are the reason citizens need to return 17000000 times to handle a simple transaction,go to Catt County DMV. They are a lot easier to deal with anyways.,Went to Mayville yesterday to register a new motorcycle had both MV82 and tax form filled out,went smooth as could be. Except standing in the ungodly HOT sun waiting to go in.
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SNL: U.S. Coal Exports Fall Again in 2015 as China, India Are Becoming Self-Sufficient FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Ken Silverstein for SNL:“In 2016, you can expect U.S. coal exports to be somewhere between 40 million short tons and 60 million short tons,” says Tom Sanzillo, director of finance for the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis in New York, in a phone interview. “Asia will account for near zero. That’s because both the metallurgical and thermal markets are down and getting worse.“India and China will be importing less coal for economic and security reasons,” he adds. “They don’t want to be dependent on anyone from the outside. It has negative fiscal and monetary consequences.”Meanwhile, U.S. coal imports remained constant at 11.3 million tons, roughly equal to that of 2014. Eighty-five percent of that is steam, or thermal, coal used to generate electricity. Colombia increased its exports to the U.S. by 8%, the EIA analysis says. Metallurgical coal, used in steelmaking, was mostly imported from Canada, it adds.But could things turn around for the coal export market? According to the EIA, the current global coal market trends are expected to continue, and U.S. coal exports are forecast to decline by an additional 11% in 2016 and by 3% in 2017.Coal imports into China peaked in 2013 and mid-2015, India may have turned corner. That is when coal imports fell by 6%, says the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis.As for Southeast Asia — and countries such as Indonesia and the Philippines — it may be consuming more coal, but it only accounts for 6% of all globally traded thermal coal, the institute adds. “Southeast Asia will definitely not save the U.S. export market,” says Sanzillo.Full article($): US coal exports fall again in 2015 as China, India are becoming self-sufficient