Carrasco in front of a drama

first_imgThe Belgian and Trippier are new in their eleven (Arias did not travel, third tier followed). Thomas arrives and this Thomas is key, everything happens for him, as for Koke. Above Morata and Correa, the first dry, the second, the goal. Armas del Cholo before a Cornellà, separate urgencies, which always resists him. Espanyol plays without a net. Each match is an opportunity to grab life or add another weight in the foot to that hole: descent. Sunk in the table, colista, eliminated from Europe on Thursday, grabs his third coach in the season, Abelardo. Receive a reborn Atleti who is looking for in Cornellà what his season is missing: winning away from home.Playing without Espanyol net is the obligation to win, have someone in front of you (follow the game live on As.com). Be it called Atlético, Simeone or Costa, who, by the way, returned to a rojiblanca call in the League. There is no other. It is the urgency that compels. At least he has found an oxygen bottle. His name is Raúl de Tomás, one of his winter signings. Today is more than half Espanyol. He has scored in the five games he has played since he signed. When he plays it is hope (three wins, one draw and one defeat) when not everything returns to be desert (one win, one draw and three losses). And today he plays, recovered from his troubles. The other additions, Cabrera and Embarba, also work. The first is solidity in a defense in need of it. The games always slip out there. One mistake, two per game and the sentence: defeat. The losses of David López (sanction) and Marc Roca (injury) worry. They hold in the spinal cord. Víctor Sánchez and Darder can take their place today against Atlético.The wounds with which Atlético traveled An Atlético who traveled to Cornellà with the memory of two recent injuries, 3-0 and 1-0 Espanyol in the last two seasons and a band aid: the particular balance of Cholo in front of Abelardo. Of seven confrontations the Argentine won the Asturian six by one. A Simeone who traveled without Giménez (discomfort in one knee; injuries this season are his crucis route) with Costa on the list, Oblak on the eleven and a plan: to give ownership to Carrasco. It would be the first since his return.last_img read more

Cold to keep shelter open

first_imgSANTA CLARITA – The community winter homeless shelter will remain open for an extra month – through April 16 – to shield its inhabitants from the extended winter chill, per a directive Monday from Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich. “Unseasonable temperatures have warranted the continuation of the shelter for another four weeks to provide shelter and other assistance services,” said Tony Bell, a spokesman for the supervisor. The seasonal shelter, housed this year in the parking lot of a county flood control yard in the Centre Pointe business park, was due to close March 15. Santa Clarita city and county officials had agreed the shelter would bounce from city to county sites each year, but it returned to the city for a second straight year after the Castaic Area Town Council opposed the county’s offer to house the temporary buildings in the parking lot of the Pitchess Detention Center. “There is so much energy invested in trying to operate a system on a year-to-year basis,” Kimura said. “It’s taxing on everyone. The cycle of planning of these things should be more than a year because you know the problem’s not going to go away next year.” Davis concurs. He said healthy donations and scores of volunteers helped the shelter run smoothly for the past nine years – the only chronic problem has been finding a seasonal home. Donations, and funds from the county, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and LAHSA have covered more than $200,000 in operating costs this year. The CDC has not stopped looking for a piece of land. “We’ve demonstrated we can raise the money, find way to get buildings secured and erected and get ancillary (services) installed,” he said. “We can always hire security and operating staff. “For nine years in row we have run a nice, quiet, calm homeless shelter – the only question, the perennial question is where are we going to be? Eventually we need to have control of a piece of property. It’s not a dead issue, but (in the meantime) we’re trying make sure we’re ready to go for temporary rotating location.” Davis, who is serving as the shelter’s interim manager, said the group has begun searching for a permanent manager. Whether the group can find a stable location in the city or county, seems less clear. “Since this year it was located in the city, our expectation is that next year it’s going to be in the county,” city management analyst Tina Haddad said. Bell said the supervisor’s office is “looking forward to working cooperatively with the community, with the city and all interested parties in finding a solution that meets our common needs.” The city of Santa Clarita, hosted the shelter in different locations for seven years before deciding to redirect funding to homeless case management and transition services. Judy O’Rourke, (661) 257-5255 judy.orourke@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant About 27 people a night filled beds this winter, and two to three families were given vouchers to stay in a hotel, said Tim Davis, president of the Santa Clarita Community Development Corp., the nonprofit group that runs the shelter operation. “We’re running about 50 percent greater than last year,” he said. He suspects clients may have been able to find the shelter more easily because it was in the same spot two years in a row. While the CDC managed to get the shelter up and running in two weeks last year, Davis said the group’s short- and long-term plans could hinge on the recommendations of a county task force. An official from a county homeless agency said the Bring LA Home project will recommend long-term solutions for improving comprehensive homeless services, but in a broad way. The county Blue Ribbon panel’s report is due March 30. Officials will use their discretion in applying the panel’s recommendations, but Natalie Komuro, director of policy and strategic planning for the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, said it is “really important for all communities in Los Angeles County to take the long view about what they want to do about homelessness. last_img read more