Governor Wolf Announces Personnel Change SHARE Email Facebook Twitter January 31, 2017 Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Wolf announced that Mary Isenhour will step down as Chief of Staff to take an external role with the governor. Mike Brunelle, the governor’s Executive Deputy Chief of Staff, will assume the role of Chief of Staff.“Mary has been with me since the beginning, and I am tremendously grateful to her for her service and loyalty,” said Governor Wolf. “Mary’s dedication to the people of Pennsylvania and to the governor’s office are unmatched.”“Mike brings a diverse array of experience, and he knows state government inside and out,” he continued. “I am confident that Mike will ensure there is a seamless transition.”Mike Brunelle most recently served as Executive Deputy Chief of Staff after joining the administration as a Special Assistant.Previous to joining the Wolf Administration, Mike Brunelle spent two years as the National Campaigns Director for the Service Employees International Union, where he led the organization’s programs in 26 states, and was the Executive Director of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Pennsylvania State Council.Before coming to Pennsylvania, Mike spent 8 years working on various candidate and issue-based campaigns in the Northeast, including the elections of Governor John H Lynch. He served as the Executive Director of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, was a state representative in the New Hampshire General Court, and also served as the Democratic Whip.Mike holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of New Hampshire. He lives in Lemoyne with his wife Erika, and their daughter, Ava.Mike Brunelle assumed duties as executive deputy chief of staff in Pennsylvania on January 11, 2016.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf
5 Imbros St, Nundah. Picture: realestate.com.auTHIS Nundah three-bedroom house listed for just $89,900 caught the attention of plenty of would-be buyers this week, but there’s a catch.The land is not included.But while you don’t get the land with the house at 5 Imbros Street, Nundah the price does include moving it and installing it onto your block of land, within about 100kms.The property was viewed more on realestate.com.au this week, than any other property in Queensland this week.According to its listing Drake Removal Homes will deliver, and install on new foundationsIt has a large central open plan lounge and dining room and polished timber floors throughout.The second most viewed home this week, comes with land. The four-bedroom house at 25 Enderley Ave, Clayfield is scheduled for auction on March 17.It is a Hamptons style home on a dual access block. Inside is an open plan living area with cathedral-style ceiling. 262A Sunrise Rd, Doonan. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoThere is a marble foyer entrance to the home and spotted gum floors. On the same block is a historic cottage which was once the Wahpunga State School. It has been renovated and has french doors and VJ walls.It is listed through Graham Smith and Kess Prior of Hinternoosa Real Estate — Cooroy.The fourth most viewed property this week is a five-bedroom property at 92 Enoggera Tce, Paddington. The home is listed for auction on March 17.The renovated double-storey Queenslander has city views. The 1890s home was restored through AAD Design. 25 Enderley Ave, Clayfield.There are wide timber sliders from the main living and dining room to the deck and there is a swimming pool.It is listed through Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm.The third most viewed Queensland property this week was at 262A Sunrise Rd, Doonan.The five-bedroom home is listed for offers of more than $3.3 million. The single level, palazzo-style home was on 30 acres in the Noosa hinterland.It has a 20 metre infinity pool with travertine pool deck. The home is known as Sanaa which is Swahili for ‘work of beauty’. 92 Enoggera Tce, Paddington.It has traditional features and is painted in a Hamptons style. There are polished timber floors, a wide rear veranda and open plan living and lounge areas.It is listed through Tyson Clarke and John Smith of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty Brisbane.The fifth most viewed property was a five-bedroom home at 129 Mount O’Reilly Rd, Samford Valley.The Brad McLachlan designed home has mountain views. 129 Mount O’Reilly Rd, Samford Valley. Picture: realestate.com.auThere are open plan living and dining areas and an entertainment space, plus a infinity pool.It is listed through Damon Dungey of Belle Property — Samford.
NBA trade rumors: Pelicans engaged with ‘several teams’ about Anthony Davis deal “Charlotte is my home, man,” he said. “I’ve been there for eight years and it’s been the most amazing eight years of my life. My family, they love it. The fans love me. The organization has been great and gave me my opportunity.”Happy birthday to the Hornets all-time leader in points, field goals, free throws and threes: Kemba Walker aka Cardiac Kemba! pic.twitter.com/DwGBEp6fyy— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) May 8, 2019Recent reports have seemed to eliminate New York and Los Angeles from Walker’s list of potential destinations.Wojnarowski said Tuesday the Lakers “are not a front-runner or even really a major consideration among any of the elite free agents,” while SNY reported earlier this week the 29-year-old guard signing with the Knicks this summer “isn’t a likely outcome.”The Lakers are expected to continue their efforts to get a deal done for Anthony Davis, which would likely involve Lonzo Ball and the fourth overall pick in the upcoming draft in some fashion. Moving Ball and the potential to draft a point guard prospect would make Walker a seemingly perfect fit with LeBron James and Davis. Lakers free agency rumors: Los Angeles not the ‘front-runner’ to sign any elite player this summer .@wojespn talks about whether the Hornets will at least offer a 5th year to Kemba Walker, noting the Knicks as one of the teams who would be interested in trying to sign himpic.twitter.com/WNHStmpz23— Knicks Film School (@KnickFilmSchool) June 12, 2019If Charlotte slides a supertax deal across the table to Walker, it would be hard to pass up. The maximum contract other teams can offer him is four years and $140.6 million, but the Hornets can offer up to five years and $221.3 million in a supermax deal.In a recent interview with The Athletic, Walker said: “Charlotte’s definitely my first priority.” Related News Knicks trade rumors: Some within organization ‘uncomfortable’ with dealing major assets for Anthony Davis The biggest draw for Walker in New York could have been the potential to pair with Kevin Durant if he signs in the Big Apple. But that duo would be put on hold for much, if not all, of next season while Durant rehabs from an Achilles injury suffered Monday during Game 5 of the NBA Finals.Walker would make for an interesting addition to the Mavericks alongside 20-year-old Luka Doncic and 7-3 Latvian Kristaps Porzingis.Walker averaged a career-high 25.6 points, along with, 5.9 assists, for Charlotte last season. He shot 43.4% from the field and 35.6% from 3-point range. If Kemba Walker doesn’t get a “supermax” contract with the Hornets, it may be a three-team race for the All-Star point guard.During ESPN’s mock draft special Tuesday, NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski said the Lakers, Knicks and Mavericks are the three teams other than Charlotte most interested in signing Walker, who was named third-team All-NBA this season.