3rd Quarter Estimated Income Tax Payments Due Sept 15

first_imgRelated3rd Quarter Estimated Income Tax Payments Due Sept 15 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Companies and self-employed persons are reminded that Wednesday, September 15 is the due date to pay their 3rd quarter estimated income tax for 2010 and also that the Tax Administration has introduced an online payment option to make it easier to do so.Business persons are now able to log on to the Tax Portal at www.jamaicatax-online.gov.jm from the convenience of their home or office and at any time, to pay their estimated income tax using a valid credit card. The Tax Administration’s online service now accommodates the filing and payment of all major tax types, including Property Tax, General Consumption Tax and Payroll Taxes.In addition to the online option, business persons are reminded that estimated income tax payments may be made at any of the 29 tax offices. Persons paying by cheque may also pay using the electronic drop boxes located in main tax offices.Under the Income Tax Act, taxpayers are required to calculate their estimated income and the applicable tax for each year and pay the amount to the Collector of Taxes, Inland Revenue Department in four (4) quarterly instalments by March 15, June 15, September 15 and December 15 of each year. However this requirement does not apply to persons whose only source of income is from employment and whose taxes are paid under the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system.Estimated income for the year is determined by computing projected profits, gains or losses from a trade, profession or business, less projected business expenses (i.e. expenses wholly and exclusively incurred in earning the income) for the period. The applicable tax rate of 33 1/3% for companies and 25% for individuals or self-employed proprietors would then be applied to the estimated taxable income projected for the year. Self-employed persons are also reminded that they are entitled to the current threshold (tax free amount) of $441,168.For further information persons may contact the Tax Administration’s Customer Care Centre at 1-888-Tax-Help (1-888-829-4357) toll-free or visit our website www.jamaicatax.gov.jm 3rd Quarter Estimated Income Tax Payments Due Sept 15 Finance & Public ServiceSeptember 8, 2010 Related3rd Quarter Estimated Income Tax Payments Due Sept 15center_img Related3rd Quarter Estimated Income Tax Payments Due Sept 15 Advertisementslast_img read more

City Council votes to lay off 250 employees to bridge budget gap

first_img May 7, 2020 at 5:13 AM May 6, 2020 at 10:35 AM May 6, 2020 at 10:07 AM Roy says: Regarding mobility — not everyone in Santa Monica has a car and drives. The low income carless, seniors and the disabled who do not drive are dependent on public transportation! These individuals cannot use a scooter or a bike to get around. DO NOT LEAVE THOSE DEPENDED ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BEHIND. MUCH OF THE COST IS FROM FEDERAL GRANTS, NOT FROM THE SANTA MONICA BUDGET!!!!!!!!! Why not eliminate council members salaries to allow them to show their unselfish dedication to their jobs and to the community? How could the city have been so mismanaged that they need to lay off HUNDREDS of workers!? Regarding the police and fire, they spend more than 50% of their time responding to calls regarding issues surrounding the homeless, especially medical calls. Bernice Glenn says: What is the total price tag on the incomplete new building behind City Hall? How is this building going to be occupied with the new social distancing? May 6, 2020 at 11:19 AM Mike says: Alice Willuams says: Letter to the Editor – Task Force TransparencyGov. Newsom’s billion-dollar mask deal hits snagYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall6 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson17 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter17 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor17 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press17 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press17 hours ago How did a city that managed the 2008 crisis so well fall this far this fast? Why were so many major capital improvement projects at the city yards, city hall, civic auditorium, beach bike path and airport taken on at the same time? Why were so many layers of high paying management positions also added? Why is Rick Cole given a sweetheart deal by getting paid admin leave until July AND given $200K severance pay AND healthcare coverage for life? Why are these sorts of contracts being offered to the select few at all? Kira Erikson says: May 8, 2020 at 9:36 AM David says: 7 Comments NIGEL CAIRNS says: May 8, 2020 at 12:03 PM HomeNewsCity CouncilCity Council votes to lay off 250 employees to bridge budget gap May. 06, 2020 at 8:18 amCity CouncilFeaturedNewsCity Council votes to lay off 250 employees to bridge budget gapMadeleine Pauker1 year agobudgetcity councilcoronavirusCOVID-19Santa Monica City Hall (File photo) Santa Monica City Council approved a plan Tuesday that would eliminate nearly 400 full-time positions in the city government.The city of Santa Monica will issue layoff notices to up to 247 full-time employees this week and start negotiating alternate staffing plans with the city’s unions. An additional 126 full-time employees would receive buyouts to leave their jobs and nearly 150 as-needed employees have already been let go.City Council approved the layoffs 6-1. Councilmember Ana Maria Jara said she voted against the plan because city staff had not provided an analysis of the salaries or demographics of employees who will be laid off.Mayor Kevin McKeown said labor negotiations could result in fewer workers losing their jobs if unions propose pay cuts or furloughs instead of layoffs. The city’s executives have already agreed to reduce their salaries by 10% to 20%.City employees and their supporters said they would be willing to take reduced pay to keep their jobs and health insurance.Chris Pico, a data science administrator in the city’s human services division, said his labor unit supports progressive salary reductions or furlough days.“We could save jobs by reducing salaries,” he said. “We can come back with a better proposal than the one before you today.”But even if negotiations spare some jobs, the city will still have to trim $86.2 million in ongoing costs — including salaries, programs and services — to plug a projected general fund deficit of $224 million through June 2022, McKeown said. Two-thirds of the city’s general fund revenue came from sales, hotel and parking taxes and fees, which have evaporated amid stay-at-home orders, said Finance Director Gigi Decavalles-Hughes.Interim City Manager Lane Dilg said the city is facing a $48 million deficit this fiscal year alone and needs to make cuts as soon as possible to avoid further losses. The proposed cuts will reduce next year’s approved operating budget of more than $750 million by 23%. Santa Monica can’t count on receiving state or federal relief funds, Dilg said.“Deep cuts are necessary to ensure a sustainable future for our city and the public we serve,” she said. “Proposing these cuts has been nothing short of excruciating.”City Council did not vote on cuts to services and programs Tuesday, but approved freeing up $117 million in one-time funds by canceling or reducing capital projects and drawing on reserves, including $5.6 million from the city’s affordable housing fund.The council said $2 million in available funding should be dedicated to restoring youth recreation and mental health programs, including a playground partnership with the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District that provides public access to school fields after hours.The council also said funding should be allocated to the Legal Aid Foundation and Preserving Our Diversity (POD) program, a rental assistance program for low-income seniors. The program was planning to provide rental assistance to between 250 and 400 seniors, but the proposed budget limits the program to 40 participants.Additionally, funding will be restored for Meals on Wheels and the Westside Food Bank, as well as some mobility and sustainability efforts around decreasing the city’s dependence on cars and climate resiliency.Councilmember Sue Himmelrich said residents’ basic needs should be prioritized during the forthcoming recession.“We need to make sure people can eat and have roofs over their heads and that their children have fields to play in,” Himmelrich said. The council also approved a $20 million contingency fund in the event of another coronavirus shutdown and a $1 million economic recovery fund.The council is set to vote next month on $86.2 million in ongoing budget cuts that would scale back or eliminate many youth, mobility, planning and sustainability programs. The city would also suspend all boards and commissions not required under the city charter, which provides for a planning commission, library board, personnel board, recreation and parks commission, and airport commission.Funding for youth and adult recreation programs would be significantly scaled back under the proposal, and some programs would be cut altogether.CREST’s afterschool program, which offers homework assistance, field trips, classes and outdoor play, would continue and the monthly program fee would increase from $300 to $350. The program’s enrichment classes and school break camps would also continue, but its playground access, youth sports and homework programs would be cut. Virginia Avenue Park would combine its youth programs into a single program for elementary, middle and high school students, eliminating services for those between 19 and 24. The Santa Monica Police Activities League would reduce the hours of its afterschool programs. The community services department would cut hours and programming at Memorial Park’s gym, fitness room and skate park. Santa Monica Swim Center and the Annenberg Community Beach House would continue operating with reduced hours and programming, although the Annenberg pool would close through next June. Dozens of local parents urged City Council Tuesday to preserve funding for childcare and recreation programs.“As a working parent, I have relied on CREST so I can participate in the workforce,” said Jennifer Cowan, executive director of Connections for Children. “Access to high-quality childcare is critical.”Community members asked the council to preserve grant funding for social service organizations that serve vulnerable populations, including low-income youth. City staff have proposed a 12% reduction in grants to organizations such as The People Concern, Chrysalis, the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Wise & Healthy Aging and Family Service of Santa Monica.Clinicians from Family Service of Santa Monica and Providence St. John’s Youth Development Project, which provide free mental health services to hundreds of students in Santa Monica schools, said cutting funding to their programs would put students dealing with trauma, depression, anxiety and behavioral disturbances at risk of engaging in self-destructive behaviors, including substance abuse and suicide.“Mental health services should not be a privilege for those who can afford it, but a basic right for those who need it,” said Ashley Silvera, the lead Youth Development Project clinician at Lincoln Middle School.Potential cuts to the mobility division also drew criticism from city staff and residents.Under the proposed budget plan, GoSaMo, a city-funded agency that works with local employers to reduce car commuting, would be eliminated and the city would only enforce transportation management requirements for large employers.GoSaMo executive director Puja Thomas-Patel urged the council to suspend the organization and other mobility programs temporarily rather than cutting them altogether.“When our stay-at-home orders are lifted we will need a plan … to keep congestion levels under control, because we will likely have additional drivers who used to take transit,” she said. “It will be incredibly difficult to restart these programs from scratch, and we will not be prepared for people to return (to the city) if these programs are eliminated now.”Pedestrian and cyclist safety plans would be delayed or canceled, including Vision Zero, the Safe Routes to School program and the Take the Friendly Road campaign. The Shared Mobility Pilot Program, which regulates dockless scooters and bikes, would be preserved.The police department would lay off 40 crossing guards assigned to nine elementary schools and two middle schools, and has said it is working on an alternative plan for crossing guard services.Some community members said Tuesday that crossing guards cannot be replaced by volunteers due to liability issues and that eliminating the program would put children in danger.Zina Josephs, president of the Friends of Sunset Park neighborhood organization, suggested reducing the salaries of some highly compensated SMPD officers to cover the cost of crossing guards. Under the proposed budget plan, the police department would leave one vacant sworn officer position unfilled and lay off several non-sworn employees that patrol parks and handle animal control, in addition to crossing guards.“Crossing guards save lives every year,” Josephs said. “The retirement of one sergeant or captain could save many crossing guards.”[email protected]: An earlier version of this article inaccurately characterized City Council’s priorities for $2 million in discretionary funding.Tags :budgetcity councilcoronavirusCOVID-19share on Facebookshare on Twittershow 7 comments May 9, 2020 at 12:24 PM The city govt. needs to stop funding arts and theatre and community wellness grants. These are bribes to their friends. I also seriously question Santa Monica’s supposed outreach to the homeless. The only people I ever see give any help to the homeless are librarians and medical personnel. The city also has to recognize it should not be a test laboratory for social progressiveness accomplished by massive taxes and totalitarian decrees. The city has two prime jobs (beyond the safety of its homeowners and renters): 1) keeping the beaches pristine and open for the residents of Los Angeles and potential international tourists to enjoy; and 2) protection of our coastline from invasion and natural disaster. what exactly does the city do anyways? every single alley covered in trash and homeless on every single corner. except north of Montana where true wealthy have walled estates and private security. Comments are closed.last_img read more

Thailand rejects AIS offer, to hold re-auction in May

first_imgHomeAsiaNews Thailand rejects AIS offer, to hold re-auction in May Previous ArticleChina Mobile trials centralised RAN at stadiumNext ArticleAirtel to gain pan-India 4G footprint with Aircel spectrum deal 900MHz spectrumAISJas MobileNBTCre-auctionTrue Tags Author AIS looks to LG Uplus for immersive 5G content UPDATED 12/4: The Thai government rejected AIS’ offer to match Jas Mobile’s failed bid for a 900MHz licence and has called for the regulator to bring the re-auction date forward by a month to 27 May.Market leader AIS, the second highest bidder for the 4G block, told the telecoms regulator last week it would pay THB75.65 billion ($2.1 billion) for the 10MHz of 900MHz spectrum forfeited by Jas Mobile, but the government rejected the offer to avoid allegations of favouritism, the Bangkok Post reported.National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) chairman Takorn Tantasith said a re-auction offered the best option for all sides and would avoid possible legal challenges by other parties, which would cause further delays.True had urged the NBTC to push ahead with the planned re-auction in order not to lose credibility. The Post reported True CFO Noppadol Dej-Udom as saying the re-auction can expect serious competition between AIS and dtac, leading to higher bidding prices. He didn’t say if True plans to participate.NBTC’s draft rules had barred True, which won spectrum in both the 900MHz and 1.8GHz bands last year, from participating, but the government said all operators can join except for Jas Mobile.Next month’s re-auction will have a reserve price of THB75.65 billion, the winning bid by Jas Mobile, which forfeited the 4G licence last month when it couldn’t meet the payment schedule.The prime minister is expected to approve the updated draft rules today. Relatedcenter_img Thai energy company bids $5.4B for AIS AIS top-line grows on device gains Joseph Waring AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 11 APR 2016 Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read more Asia last_img read more

Marietta Square Hosting Annual July 4 Parade

first_img1234 MAGGI MOSS / PBA MAGGI MOSS / PBA MAGGI MOSS / PBA MAGGI MOSS / PBA MAGGI MOSS / PBA For Whom The Bell Rings MAGGI MOSS / PBA Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility 0:46 | Play story Add to My ListIn My List After crossing the finish line on July 4, many runners in the Peachtree Road Race make a bee-line to Cobb County.“People have made a tradition to run the race and then they come straight to the Marietta Square to watch the parade,” says Maggi Moss, with Marietta’s Parks and Recreation Department.The area’s “Let Freedom Ring Parade” starts at 1o a.m. and there’s plenty of festivities throughout the rest of the day.An audio version of this story.0:46“We have 80-plus arts and crafts vendors, 20 food vendors.  There’s going to be some non-profits giving out information about what they do in the area.  We have the kids’ area, which is the inflatables,” says Moss.About 80-thousand attendees throughout the day.Fireworks are expected to start around 9:30 p.m. MAGGI MOSS / PBA MAGGI MOSS / PBA Share MAGGI MOSS / PBA Related Stories ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Partylast_img read more

Mall shooting suspect apprehended days after police shoot and kill wrong man: Officials

first_imgJeffrey Greenberg/UIG via Getty Images(HOOVER, Ala.) — A 20-year-old man has been apprehended in connection with a Thanksgiving shooting incident that turned deadly at a shopping mall in Hoover, Alabama.The initial shooting, which injured two people, set off a chain reaction in which a police officer shot and killed a man whose family claims was just trying to help calm the chaos, authorities said Thursday.Erron Martez Dequan Brown was taken into custody in Fairburn, Georgia, Thursday morning for the attempted murder of 18-year-old Brian Xavier Wilson in a shooting at the Riverchase Galleria mall, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.That shooting — in which Wilson and a 12-year-old bystander were injured — also led to the fatal police-involved shooting of 21-year-old Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford, according to authorities.Bradford, who was armed, was shot by police after another man, first suspected to be Bradford but now believed to be Brown, and the 18-year-old got into a physical altercation, Hoover police said.Authorities initially said they believed Bradford pulled out a gun and shot and injured the 18-year-old.In the moments following the shooting, as Hoover police responded and worked to secure the scene, Bradford, who had a gun in his hand, was shot and killed by an officer, authorities said.However, police later said Bradford did not fire his gun in that initial altercation with the teen and that the suspected gunman was actually at-large.“They killed him for no reason at all. He wasn’t the shooter,” Bradford’s aunt, Catherine Jewell, told reporters Saturday. “He was a great guy, he was very respectable…They did him wrong.”Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato, Hoover Police Chief Nicholas Derzis and a city councilman have met with Bradford’s family, expressing “their sincerest condolences and prayers,” the city said in a statement. “Chief Derzis acknowledged and apologized for the issuance of an inaccurate public statement in the wake of this tragedy that implied that Mr. Bradford was the suspected shooter.”The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is leading the ongoing investigation.Before Thursday’s arrest was announced, Hoover City Councilman Derrick Murphy told reporters he has requested the ALEA release information on the case to the public by noon on Monday.“Mayor Frank Bracato, Chief Derzis and my fellow council members are all in full support of this request,” said Murphy.He said if ALEA does not comply with the request, Derzis will decided whether to “release the limited information on his own.”Community members and members of Bradford’s family have accused the police department of attempting to cover up in the incident, and have demanded the police department release police body-cam footage and surveillance video from the mall that captured the initial shooting as well as the officer-involved shooting of Bradford, who had a permit to carry a concealed weapon.“We want to and are committed to getting to the truth and getting it right,” Bracato said at the news conference. “I’ve also taken time to talk to the members of the Hoover City Council, the chief of police and others to address serious issues that has caused tension in our country and now in our community.State investigators asked for patience in a statement Thursday, saying, “It is highly likely that prematurely releasing information, including video evidence, would have hampered the investigation’s progress thus far, even to the point of deterring key witnesses. As other witnesses continue to come forward, it is imperative for the integrity of the investigation that SBI continue to keep confidential information Agents obtain.”Once Brown is extradited from Georgia he will be booked into the Jefferson County Jail in Birmingham on a $150,000 bond, authorities said. More charges are expected later in the investigation, authorities added.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.,Jeffrey Greenberg/UIG via Getty Images(HOOVER, Ala.) — A 20-year-old man has been apprehended in connection with a Thanksgiving shooting incident that turned deadly at a shopping mall in Hoover, Alabama.The initial shooting, which injured two people, set off a chain reaction in which a police officer shot and killed a man whose family claims was just trying to help calm the chaos, authorities said Thursday.Erron Martez Dequan Brown was taken into custody in Fairburn, Georgia, Thursday morning for the attempted murder of 18-year-old Brian Xavier Wilson in a shooting at the Riverchase Galleria mall, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.That shooting — in which Wilson and a 12-year-old bystander were injured — also led to the fatal police-involved shooting of 21-year-old Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford, according to authorities.Bradford, who was armed, was shot by police after another man, first suspected to be Bradford but now believed to be Brown, and the 18-year-old got into a physical altercation, Hoover police said.Authorities initially said they believed Bradford pulled out a gun and shot and injured the 18-year-old.In the moments following the shooting, as Hoover police responded and worked to secure the scene, Bradford, who had a gun in his hand, was shot and killed by an officer, authorities said.However, police later said Bradford did not fire his gun in that initial altercation with the teen and that the suspected gunman was actually at-large.“They killed him for no reason at all. He wasn’t the shooter,” Bradford’s aunt, Catherine Jewell, told reporters Saturday. “He was a great guy, he was very respectable…They did him wrong.”Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato, Hoover Police Chief Nicholas Derzis and a city councilman have met with Bradford’s family, expressing “their sincerest condolences and prayers,” the city said in a statement. “Chief Derzis acknowledged and apologized for the issuance of an inaccurate public statement in the wake of this tragedy that implied that Mr. Bradford was the suspected shooter.”The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is leading the ongoing investigation.Before Thursday’s arrest was announced, Hoover City Councilman Derrick Murphy told reporters he has requested the ALEA release information on the case to the public by noon on Monday.“Mayor Frank Bracato, Chief Derzis and my fellow council members are all in full support of this request,” said Murphy.He said if ALEA does not comply with the request, Derzis will decided whether to “release the limited information on his own.”Community members and members of Bradford’s family have accused the police department of attempting to cover up in the incident, and have demanded the police department release police body-cam footage and surveillance video from the mall that captured the initial shooting as well as the officer-involved shooting of Bradford, who had a permit to carry a concealed weapon.“We want to and are committed to getting to the truth and getting it right,” Bracato said at the news conference. “I’ve also taken time to talk to the members of the Hoover City Council, the chief of police and others to address serious issues that has caused tension in our country and now in our community.State investigators asked for patience in a statement Thursday, saying, “It is highly likely that prematurely releasing information, including video evidence, would have hampered the investigation’s progress thus far, even to the point of deterring key witnesses. As other witnesses continue to come forward, it is imperative for the integrity of the investigation that SBI continue to keep confidential information Agents obtain.”Once Brown is extradited from Georgia he will be booked into the Jefferson County Jail in Birmingham on a $150,000 bond, authorities said. More charges are expected later in the investigation, authorities added.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Arrival

first_imgSee the Getting To & Around Burlington and Ocean Counties chapter on Page 23 for information about local airports, train service and public transportation. The closest commercial flights land at Philadelphia International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport, about 50 and 60 miles from the base, respectively.SPONSORSHIPContact your sponsor with your estimated arrival time and flight information, if applicable, prior to your arrival at JBMDL.Sponsorship is vital to the relocation process. Don’t PCS without talking to your sponsor before departing for JBMDL. Your sponsor will answer any questions you have about the base and the local area, make lodging or dorm arrangements and meet you upon arrival. Your sponsor will be there to help you and your family until you are settled into your newcommunity.If you have not been in touch with a sponsor and your departure is nearing, contact your gaining unit or call the Military & Family Support Center at 609-754-3154.DRIVING DIRECTIONSCellphone use by the driver of a moving motor vehicle is prohibited on all Department of Defense installations unless the cellphone is used with a hands-free device.To LakehurstFrom Philadelphia International AirportTake Interstate 95 north to the exit for Walt Whitman Bridge (toll). After the bridge, follow signs to Interstate 295 north. Take I-295 north to Exit 34 (Marlton, 70 east) and stay on Route 70 east for approximately 40 miles. Turn left at Route 547. Bear left on Route 547 and proceed about a quarter mile to the main gate (second gate after the industrial gate).From Newark AirportTake the New Jersey Turnpike to Garden State Parkway south. Get on Parkway south to Exit 88 (Route 70 west). Follow signs on Route 70 west to Route 547 and turn right. Bear left on Route 547 and proceed about a quarter mile to the main gate (second gate after the industrial gate).From the Garden State ParkwayTake Exit 81A (Lakehurst/Toms River) to Highway 37 west. At the traffic circle, follow the sign to Route 70 west. Take a right on Route 547. The entrance to the base will be on the left.To McGuire-DixFrom the New Jersey TurnpikeExit 7 or Interstate 295 McGuire/Dix exit: Take U.S. Route 206 south for approximately half a mile. Stay in the left lane to the “Y” intersection of routes 206 and 68. Turn left on Route 68 and go approximately 4 miles. Look for a sign pointing left to “McGuire/Deborah Hospital.” Turn left at the sign across the opposite lanes of Route 68. At the immediate “T” intersection, turn right on Burlington County Route 545 and head south for approximately 2 miles (crossing Burlington County Route 537 at the 1.5 mile point). At the intersection of Route 537, continue straight ahead as the road becomes a four-lane divided highway. Follow the four-lane highway (which eventually becomes Burlington County Route 680) straight into the main gate.From the NorthTravel south on the New Jersey Turnpike (Interstate 95 in northern New Jersey) to Exit 7, then follow the aforementioned turnpike directions.From the WestTravel east on the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Interstate 76 becomes Interstate 276: do not take I-76 into Philadelphia) to the New Jersey Turnpike. Go north on the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 7, then follow the aforementioned turnpike directions.From the SouthTravel north on Interstate 95 through Delaware to just south of Wilmington. Follow the signs for Interstate 295 and the New Jersey Turnpike across the Delaware Memorial Bridge into New Jersey. Take the New Jersey Turnpike north to Exit 7 or I-295 north to the McGuire/Dix exit, then follow the aforementioned turnpike directions.CHECK-IN PROCEDURESMilitary Personnel SectionFalcon Lane, Building 2916JBMDL McGuire 609-754-4677https://gomdl.com/?s=military personnel sectionThe 87th Force Support Squadron Military and Personnel Section administers military and civilian personnel programs such as in-processing, ID cards, DEERS and civilian employment.Personnel who arrive after duty hours should report to the All American Inn, which has locations on both the Lakehurst and McGuire-Dix areas.If you get married before your PCS, you must inform your commander and follow the procedures exactly as they are given. The military will not pay for your spouse’s travel and housing if you do not follow proper procedures.Dix PersonnelUpon arrival, report in uniform to the human resources military office on the first floor of the west wing of Building 5418 on Delaware Avenue for in-processing. Call 609-562-3088 for more information.Lakehurst PersonnelPersonnel reporting during normal hours to activities aboard the Lakehurst annex of JBMDL should report first to the Navy MILPERS office in Building 150, Room B127. Personnel (staff and students) reporting to the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training will report to the second floor of Hangar 1 to the leading chief petty officer. Call 732-323-7573 during normal duty hours for more information. After normal working hours, call the CDO at 732-684-9074.McGuire PersonnelWhen you expend your permissive TDY or personal leave, contact customer service or the INTRO manager at the Military Personnel Section for information about in-processing. In-processing is conducted through the squadron assigned.Newcomers’ OrientationThe Newcomers’ Orientation is presented by the Military & Family Support Center. Newly arrived military personnel, spouses and civilians from all branches of service are encouraged to attend this orientation. The orientation includes briefings about the installation, support agencies and community services. Pre-registration is required. For more information, call the Military & Family Support Center or visit https://gomdl.com/?s=newcomers orientation.TEMPORARY LODGINGThe All American InnWalsh Drive, Building 481JBMDL Lakehurst 732-323-2266Mitchell Road, Building 2786JBMDL McGuire 609-754-4667https://gomdl.com/activities/lodgingThe All American Inn provides safe, comfortable and clean accommodations for active-duty military members and their families who are assigned to JBMDL. Temporary lodging facilities available to personnel on accompanied PCS status feature microwaves, refrigerators, free Wi-Fi and laundry facilities.Arrange for temporary quarters as soon as you receive your PCS; check availability and room rates online. Contact the lodging office directly for reservations with children and pet-friendly rooms.last_img read more