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There is a Skid Row in every city. This is where they place the homeless, Here we have over 30 condos and if you cutoff skid row, you cutoff the supply lines into the city.

South of the Border cutoff, therefore who will feed the enemy to the North.  We have plenty of weed, meat and vegetables in the south.
Mexico advances from the south.  Russia and Germany to the North, coming in at Chicago.  The CRIPs from the West to the East and New York to DC, comes south.
Protect our oil with neutron technology worldwide
 

Detroit – Natural Resources and the Commodity Market

Be Alert

 

The key to Detroit has always been the salt mines.  We are over 35% of all the salt in the United States and Canada.  They have been giving our salt away, it is that simple.

 

They knew they could not move those cars, especially in Europe without a lot of cheap salt.  Everybody is fighting over oil, meanwhile they was stealing our salt from right under our eyes.

 

Triple the price of salt. This goes for septic tanks, road salt and tax table salt and make it always deluxe and never cheap and on sale.

 

Detroit should have never gone broke in the automobile industry, when we can tax the world to move their cars in the winter.  This is all they was doing, giving our shit away, making us think that is the right price for such a valued commodity. We set our prices.  Salty food is bad and they need it for other things, is the basis of our future pricing.

 

Check all the other bankrupt cities for more natural resources.  When we buy a town, we control our own natural resources, that goes with the bailout.  Then we will decide what has value and what does not.

 

Like Sandersville , Georgia has what they call white gold. If I remember it is th fertilize capital of the world.  They can double their prices also. making $1.6 Billion instead of $800 million

Yet they say the price of gold is record high, so they can steal our computer  and shit for moving gold to another side of a vault?  No! We value how we assist your production processes.

Entity Name List

Corporate Name Document Number Status
DOLE INC 196919 NAME HS
DOLE CORPORATION 807962 NAME HS
DOLE CORPORATION 815415 INACT
DO-LE, INC. G12220 INACT
DOLE CORP N10000011314 INACT
Corporate Name Document Number Status
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION 805446 NAME HS
GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY F09000002538 INACT
GENERAL MOTORS LLC M09000004112 Active

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Corporate Name Document Number Status
FORD COMPANY INC 129409 INACT
THE FORD CORPORATION H09815 INACT
FORD, LLC L05000026932 NAME HS
FORD, INC. P03000057133 NAME HS
Corporate Name Document Number Status
DAIMLERCHRYSLER COMPANY LLC M07000003285 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER CORPORATION P27675 INACT
DAIMLERCHRYSLER AVIATION, INC. 836155 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER COMMERCIAL BUSES NORTH AMERICA INC. F95000004925 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER COMMERCIAL BUSES NORTH CAROLINA LLC M03000003747 INACT
DAIMLERCHRYSLER FINANCIAL SERVICES MEXICO, S.A. DE C.V. INC. F07000000176 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER FINANCIAL SERVICES (DEBIS) NORTH AMERICA L.L.C. M00000000809 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER FINANCIAL SERVICES AMERICAS LLC M05000001671 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER INSURANCE COMPANY 821403 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. P35007 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION F97000006577 INACT
DAIMLERCHRYSLER MOTORS COMPANY LLC M01000002757 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER NORTH AMERICA HOLDING CORPORATION F01000004606 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER RAIL SYSTEMS (NORTH AMERICA) INC. P27454 NAME HS
DAIMLERCHRYSLER SERVICE CONTRACTS FLORIDA, LLC L02000002979 INACT/MG
DAIMLERCHRYSLER SERVICES NORTH AMERICA, LLC L11000114797 INACT
DAIMLERCHRYSLER SERVICES NORTH AMERICA LLC M00000000809 INACT
DAIMLERCHRYSLER VANS LLC M01000002163 NAME HS
DAIMLER CONSTRUCTION, INC. P00000074128 INACT
DAIMLER EXPRESS, LLC L16000118222 Active

The Query for Detroit Mining – has 35% of all the North America Salt – Need it to run highways and septic systems worldwide, especially where it is cold. 

Corporate Name Document Number Status
DETROIT MOLD ENGINEERING (DME) COMPANY, LLC M09000003717 Active
DETROIT MORTGAGE, CORP. F03000004471 INACT
THE DETROIT MOTEL INCORPORATED 257688 INACT
DETROIT MOTOR CITY FUND, LLC L15000171494 Active
DETROIT MOTORS CORP. L53176 INACT
DETROIT MOTORS, INC. P11000102797 Active

The 11th Hours – Ent. Version – to be updated

FBI Director – Lt. Gen. Maron Frank Jackson

 

Homeland Security Director Lt. Gen. Dante Bush – (r) RICO Investigation on aka Tim

Photograph of Investigation

Jay-Z and BarrackObama

Jay-Z and Bloomberg

ELLR Will 1 ELLR Will 2 ELLR Will 3 ELLR Will 4 ELLR Will 5 ELLR Will 6

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These Documents connect Bloomberg to Jay-Z, Jay-Z, to Barrack to Timothy and we have reason to believe Bloomberg is David F. Lanier?   Agents Dante Bush and Janet B, Jones was at seems of fraud attempts

 

This photo may reopen a murder investigation

 

These suspects my have took part in the murder or murder coverup

The Pictorial Explanation:  A Hebrew saying – “One picture tells 1,000 words.”

 

The Marriott Suites, Augusta, GA

An Italian Restaurant at hotel

Front Areas of Hotel, Augusta, GA

Entrance of Marriott Suites, Augusta, GA

Entrance View off Marriott Suites, Augusta, GA

Clock with Time of Observation on 29 July 2017

Directory of Convention Center Area

Convention Center Entrance of James Brown Blvd.

 

 

Far off View – In Front Marriott Suites  & Back off another Marriott Hotel

Hotel Van

The Augusta Convention Center

Macon Marriott City Center

The Acquisition of all Marriott International Hotels and Ritz Carlton International Luxury Hotels and Condominiums.

Please be advised, I AM the owner of both establishment mentioned above.  And this nation is currently under martial law and military rule, due to an attempt to overthrow the United States Constitution.  And I hereby place the Ritz Carlton and Marriott International under Military control and command.

Front Desk

1. Everyone living inside of my Condominiums are to be moved out, by close of Business Sunday 16 July 2017.
2. All persons renting or leasing at my hotels, rent and lease agreement ends by close of business 16 July 2017.
3. Any person inside of these establishments, who are deemed unauthorized as based on the military command and decree will be arrest and place in jail for trespassing and under the REAL ID ACT of 2005, if found to be illegally in the United States of America, will be placed inside a concentration camp.
4. The Macon Marriott City Center is to be completely evacuated so as that my children have a place to stay in the interim of the removal of all unauthorized person in my establishment, as we are hate crime victims and I’ll be damn if my children must live day to day in uncertainty and homeless, while thieves live my hotels and condominiums.
5.  Attorney General Loretta Lynch will contact you with a court order by Monday morning.  And these establishments will be placed under Homeland Security with oversight by the 5th Division.
6. I will be sending the Army, Air Force and Marines to carryout and execute my military decree and anyone who attempts to challenge this decision, will be considered treasonous against the United States Constitution.
This decree is effective immediately.

Thank you in advance;

To: Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Have Homeland Security and the FBI take control of my properties ASAP

To: Gen. Powell, Sr., made sure the required appropriation to complete this mission from beginning to the end.

Generals, George H.W. Bush Navy, General Austin – Central Command and NASA – And my military ingenious Gen. Powell, Jr, make me feel honored.

And Gen. Booker, see to it, supplies and logistic is on-time, we should have plenty of food supplies south of the border.  We might have to feed the damn enemy by winter.

Supply my humans with automatic =teaser machine guns, place Neutron Boobs directed towards Sandersville, GA., by no means will we allow these area to catch fire.

This weekend is Operation Eradication of Homelessness.

Just Do it – Mission begin 2400 hours until completion or unconditional surrender.

Ritz Carlton:

  1. Los Angeles
  2. Denver
  3. Florida
  4. Bal Harbour, Miami
  5. Coconut Grove, Miami
  6. Orlando, Grande Lakes
  7. Sarasota
  8. South Beach
  9. Georgia
  10. Atlanta
  11. Hawaii
  12. New Orleans
  13. New York, Battery Park
  14. New York, Central Park
  15. Charlotte
  16. Philadelphia
  17. Washington D.C., Georgetown
  18. New York, The New York EDITION
  19. More to be added by the Queendom in Overseas locations and in the Caribbean

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The Ritz Carlton is located in all these location throughout the United States and the World.  These locations is for the moving of my family.  I own the Marriott International and The Ritz Carlton is a subsidiary of that holding. I plan to reserve this for my family in Christ, spirit and seed.  These hyperlinks need not be posted in this directory.  Anyone who needs it, needs to talk to me.

Arizona

Dove Mountain

Phoenix

California

Half Moon Bay

Laguna Niguel

Lake Tahoe

Los Angeles

Marina del Rey

Rancho Mirage

San Francisco

Colorado

Bachelor Gulch

Denver

Vail, The Ritz-Carlton Club *

Florida

Amelia Island

Bal Harbour, Miami

Coconut Grove, Miami

Fort Lauderdale

Key Biscayne, Miami

Naples

Naples Golf

Orlando, Grande Lakes

Sarasota

South Beach

Georgia

Atlanta

Buckhead

Reynolds Plantation

Hawaii

Kapalua, Maui

Louisiana

New Orleans

Massachusetts

Boston Common

Missouri

St. Louis

New York

New York, Battery Park

New York, Central Park

Westchester

North Carolina

Charlotte

Ohio

Cleveland

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia

Texas

Dallas

Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C., Georgetown

Pentagon City

Tysons Corner

Washington, D.C.

Ontario

Toronto

Québec

Montréal, Ritz-Carlton Montréal

USA AND CANADA PARTNER HOTELS

Florida

Miami, The Miami Beach EDITION

Nevada

Las Vegas, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

New York

New York, The New York EDITION

MEXICO, CARIBBEAN AND LATIN AMERICA

Aruba

Aruba

Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman

Chile

Santiago

Mexico

Cancun

Los Cabos*

Puerto Rico

Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve*

San Juan

Virgin Islands

St. Thomas

EUROPE

Austria

Vienna

Germany

Berlin

Wolfsburg

Kazakhstan

Almaty

Portugal

Sintra, Penha Longa

Russia

Moscow

Spain

Barcelona, Hotel Arts

Tenerife, Abama

Turkey

Istanbul

EUROPE PARTNER HOTELS

Italy

Milan, The Bulgari Hotel, Milano

Spain

Madrid, Hotel Ritz Madrid

Turkey

Istanbul, The Istanbul EDITION

United Kingdom

London, The Bulgari Hotel, London

London, The Ritz London

London, The London EDITION

ASIA-PACIFIC

China

Beijing

Beijing, Financial Street

Chengdu

Guangzhou

Hong Kong

Macau

Sanya

Shanghai

Shanghai, Pudong

Shenzhen

Tianjin

India

Bangalore

Indonesia

Bali

Ubud, Mandapa*

Jakarta, Mega Kuningan

Jakarta, Pacific Place

Japan

Kyoto

Okinawa

Osaka

Tokyo

Korea, South

Seoul

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

Singapore

Singapore*

Thailand

Krabi, Phulay Bay*

ASIA-PACIFIC PARTNER HOTELS

Indonesia

Bali, The Bulgari Resort, Bali

MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

Bahrain

Bahrain

Egypt

Cairo

Israel

Herzliya

Morocco

Tamuda Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve*

Oman

Muscat, Al Bustan Palace

Qatar

Doha

Sharq Village & Spa

Saudi Arabia

Jeddah

Riyadh

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi

Dubai

Dubai International Financial Centre

From the Americas to Asia and the Middle East to Europe, The Ritz-Carlton hotel accommodations offer unmatched service and new opportunities for every traveler. Browse hotel locations and experience our luxury accommodations today.

Jesus Christ

Masjid Muhammad located in Macon, GA.  Said to be run by Min. Louis Farrakhan, I took it out of Administrative dissolution but not for them.

 

Beulah Missionary – Beulah Baptist Church Religion:  Macon. GA.

The Religion is Murphy’s Law:  

Select Fruits from the Highlands of Beulah – Chapter 31

 

In Augusta, GA. Post Office Parking Lot

All the Postal Tracker Trailers are Missing – Run these Plates

Wells Fargo Bank in Admin. Dissolution – Beginning to occupy it – Macon, GA

 

Mercer  Medicine  Health and Science – Vacant on MLK BLVD

 

Bus Fleet Locked down with 600 volts wiring within City Limits

They are starting to steal them as I write on MLK BLVD aka Broadway

Macon, GA.

 

Community Services Building Vacant – on Broadway

 

Backed up view

 

Masjid Muhammad Washington D.C.  Under siege 

 

 

Mercer University Law School Vacant – They are Moving in now

 

The College Campus

 

Properties on sale across the Street

 

Vacant Rehabilitation Center Macon, GA.

 

Vacant Rehabilitation Center

 

Entry Point a Cain worth $5.00

https://thequeendomofjesuspaulmessiah.org/2017/01/17/the-veterans-travel-and-transportation-reimbursement-system-explained/

5 U.S.C. 5702.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/5/5702

5 U.S. Code § 5702 – Per diem; employees traveling on official business

(a)

(1) Under regulations prescribed pursuant to section 5707 of this title, an employee, when traveling on official business away from the employee’s designated post of duty, or away from the employee’s home or regular place of business (if the employee is described in section 5703 of this title), is entitled to any one of the following:

(A)

a per diem allowance at a rate not to exceed that established by the Administrator of General Services for travel within the continental United States, and by the President or his designee for travel outside the continental United States;

(B)

reimbursement for the actual and necessary expenses of official travel not to exceed an amount established by the Administrator for travel within the continental United States or an amount established by the President or his designee for travel outside the continental United States; or

(C)

a combination of payments described in subparagraphs (A) and (B) of this paragraph.

(2)

Any per diem allowance or maximum amount of reimbursement shall be established, to the extent feasible, by locality.

(3)

For travel consuming less than a full day, the payment prescribed by regulation shall be allocated in such manner as the Administrator may prescribe.

(b)

(1) Under regulations prescribed pursuant to section 5707 of this title, an employee who is described in subsection (a) of this section and who abandons the travel assignment prior to its completion—

(A)

because of an incapacitating illness or injury which is not due to the employee’s own misconduct is entitled to reimbursement for expenses of transportation to the employee’s designated post of duty, or home or regular place of business, as the case may be, and to payments pursuant to subsection (a) of this section until that location is reached; or

(B)

because of a personal emergency situation (such as serious illness, injury, or death of a member of the employee’s family, or an emergency situation such as fire, flood, or act of God), may be allowed, with the approval of an appropriate official of the agency concerned, reimbursement for expenses of transportation to the employee’s designated post of duty, or home or regular place of business, as the case may be, and payments pursuant to subsection (a) of this section until that location is reached.

(2)

(A) Under regulations prescribed pursuant to section 5707 of this title, an employee who is described in subsection (a) of this section and who, with the approval of an appropriate official of the agency concerned, interrupts the travel assignment prior to its completion for a reason specified in subparagraph (A) or (B) of paragraph (1) of this subsection, may be allowed (subject to the limitation provided in subparagraph (B) of this paragraph)—

(i)

reimbursement for expenses of transportation to the location where necessary medical services are provided or the emergency situation exists,

(ii)

payments pursuant to subsection (a) of this section until that location is reached, and

(iii)

such reimbursement and payments for return to such assignment.

(B)

The reimbursement which an employee may be allowed pursuant to subparagraph (A) of this paragraph shall be the employee’s actual costs of transportation to the location where necessary medical services are provided or the emergency exists, and return to assignment from such location, less the costs of transportation which the employee would have incurred had such travel begun and ended at the employee’s designated post of duty, or home or regular place of business, as the case may be. The payments which an employee may be allowed pursuant to subparagraph (A) of this paragraph shall be based on the additional time (if any) which was required for the employee’s transportation as a consequence of the transportation’s having begun and ended at a location on the travel assignment (rather than at the employee’s designated post of duty, or home or regular place of business, as the case may be).

(3)

Subject to the limitations contained in regulations prescribed pursuant to section 5707 of this title, an employee who is described in subsection (a) of this section and who interrupts the travel assignment prior to its completion because of an incapacitating illness or injury which is not due to the employee’s own misconduct is entitled to payments pursuant to subsection (a) of this section at the location where the interruption occurred.

(c)

This section does not apply to a justice or judge, except to the extent provided by section 456 of title 28.
(Pub. L. 89–554, Sept. 6, 1966, 80 Stat. 498; Pub. L. 91–114, § 1, Nov. 10, 1969, 83 Stat. 190; Pub. L. 94–22, § 3, May 19, 1975, 89 Stat. 84; Pub. L. 96–54, § 2(a)(36), Aug. 14, 1979, 93 Stat. 383; Pub. L. 96–346, § 1, Sept. 10, 1980, 94 Stat. 1148; Pub. L. 99–234, title I, § 102, Jan. 2, 1986, 99 Stat. 1756; Pub. L. 102–378, § 2(47), Oct. 2, 1992, 106 Stat. 1353.)
Historical and Revision Notes
Derivation U.S. Code Revised Statutes and

Statutes at Large

5 U.S.C. 836. June 9, 1949, ch. 185, § 3, 63 Stat. 166.
Apr. 26, 1950, ch. 108, 64 Stat. 89.
July 28, 1955, ch. 424, § 1, 69 Stat. 393.
Aug. 14, 1961, Pub. L. 87–139, §§ 1, 8(a), 75 Stat. 339, 340.

In subsection (a), the term “employee” is substituted for “civilian officers and employees of the departments and establishments” in view of the definition of “employee” in sections 5701 and 2105. The words “in lieu of their actual expenses for subsistence and all fees or tips to porters and stewards” are omitted as unnecessary in view of the definition of “per diem allowance” in section 5701(4).

In subsection (b), the words “Under regulations prescribed under section 5707 of this title” are substituted for “in accordance with regulations promulgated and approved under sections 835–842 of this title”.

In subsection (c), the words “Under regulations prescribed under section 5707 of this title” are substituted for “in accordance with regulations promulgated by the Director, Bureau of the Budget, pursuant to section 840 of this title.”

Standard changes are made to conform with the definitions applicable and the style of this title as outlined in the preface to the report.

Amendments1992—Pub. L. 102–378 substituted “employees” for “employee” in section catchline.

1986—Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 99–234, § 102(a), amended subsec. (a) generally. Prior to amendment, subsec. (a) read as follows: “Under regulations prescribed under section 5707 of this title, an employee while traveling on official business away from his designated post of duty, or in the case of an individual described under section 5703 of this title, his home or regular place of business, is entitled to (1) a per diem allowance for travel inside the continental United States at a rate not to exceed $50, and (2) a per diem allowance for travel outside the continental United States, that may not exceed the rate established by the President, or his designee, for each locality where travel is to be performed. For travel consuming less than a full day, such rate may be allocated proportionately.”

Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 99–234, § 102(a), amended subsec. (b) generally. Prior to amendment, subsec. (b) read as follows: “Under regulations prescribed under section 5707 of this title, an employee who, while traveling on official business away from his designated post of duty or, in the case of an individual described under section 5703 of this title, his home or regular place of business, becomes incapacitated by illness or injury not due to his own misconduct, is entitled to the per diem allowance and appropriate transportation expenses to his designated post of duty, or home or regular place of business, as the case may be.”

Subsec. (c). Pub. L. 99–234, § 102, redesignated subsec. (e) as (c) and struck out former subsec. (c) which read as follows: “Under regulations prescribed under section 5707 of this title, the Administrator of General Services, or his designee, may prescribe conditions under which an employee may be reimbursed for the actual and necessary expenses of official travel when the maximum per diem allowance would be less than these expenses, except that such reimbursement shall not exceed $75 for each day in a travel status within the continental United States when the per diem otherwise allowable is determined to be inadequate (1) due to the unusual circumstances of the travel assignment, or (2) for travel to high rate geographical areas designated as such in regulations prescribed under section 5707 of this title.”

Subsec. (d). Pub. L. 99–234, § 102(a), struck out subsec. (d) which read as follows: “Under regulations prescribed under section 5707 of this title, for travel outside the continental United States, the Administrator of General Services or his designee, may prescribe conditions under which an employee may be reimbursed for the actual and necessary expenses of official travel when the per diem allowance would be less than these expenses, except that such reimbursement shall not exceed $33 for each day in a travel status outside the continental United States plus the locality per diem rate prescribed for such travel.”

Subsec. (e). Pub. L. 99–234, § 102(b), redesignated subsec. (e) as (c).

1980—Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 96–346, § 1(1), increased to $50 from $35 the maximum per diem allowance for travel inside the continental United States.

Subsec. (c). Pub. L. 96–346, § 1(2), increased to $75 from $50 the maximum reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses for travel within the continental United States.

Subsec. (d). Pub. L. 96–346, § 1(3), increased to $33 from $21 the maximum reimbursement for travel outside the continental United States.

1979—Subsec. (c). Pub. L. 96–54 substituted “(1)” for “(A)” and “(2)” for “(B)”.

1975—Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 94–22 substituted provision relating to determination of per diem allowance under regulations prescribed under section 5707 for provision allowing for such determination by agency concerned, inserted provisions relating to an individual described under section 5703 and to proportionate allocation of rates for travel consuming less than a full day, struck out provision relating to Director of Bureau of Budget or another officer of Government of the United States as persons who may be designees, and raised maximum allowance from $25 to $35.

Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 94–22 inserted provision relating to an individual described under section 5703, inserted “appropriate” before “transportation”, and “or home or regular place of business, as the case may be.” after “expenses to his designated post of duty”.

Subsec. (c). Pub. L. 94–22 substituted the Administrator of General Services, or his designee, for the head of the agency concerned, as the party who may prescribe conditions for reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses, raised from $40 to $50 the maximum reimbursement for travel within the continental United States when the rate otherwise allowable is inadequate due to unusual circumstances or due to travel to areas designated as high rate areas, and struck out a provision, now covered by subsec. (d), for a maximum allowance per day for travel outside the continental United States.

Subsecs. (d), (e). Pub. L. 94–22 transferred from subsec. (c) to (d) provisions for reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses for travel outside the continental United States and raised from $18 to $21 the maximum reimbursement for such expenses, and redesignated former subsec. (d) as (e).

1969—Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 91–114 increased the per diem allowance for travel inside the continental United States from not to exceed the rate of $16 to not to exceed the rate of $25.

Subsec. (c). Pub. L. 91–114 in cl. (1) increased the amount authorized to be named in the travel authorization for each day in a travel status inside the continental United States from not to exceed $30 to not to exceed $40, and in cl. (2) increased the amount authorized to be named in the travel authorization for each day in a travel status outside the continental United States from not to exceed the maximum per diem allowance plus $10 to not to exceed the maximum per diem allowance plus $18.

Effective Date of 1986 AmendmentAmendment by Pub. L. 99–234 effective (1) on effective date of regulations to be promulgated not later than 150 days after Jan. 2, 1986, or (2) 180 days after Jan. 2, 1986, whichever occurs first, see section 301(a) of Pub. L. 99–234, set out as a note under section 5701 of this title.

Effective Date of 1979 AmendmentAmendment by Pub. L. 96–54 effective July 12, 1979, see section 2(b) of Pub. L. 96–54, set out as a note under section 305 of this title.

Delegation of FunctionsAuthority of President under subsec. (a) of this section to establish maximum rates of per diem allowances to extent that such authority pertains to travel status of employees while enroute to, from, or between localities situated outside 48 contiguous States of United States and District of Columbia delegated to Administrator of General Services, see section 1(2) of Ex. Ord. No. 11609, July 22, 1971, 36 F.R. 13747, set out as a note under section 301 of Title 3, The President.

Authority of President under subsec. (a) of this section to establish maximum rates of per diem allowances and reimbursements for actual and necessary expenses of official travel for employees of Government to extent that such authority pertains to travel status in localities in Alaska, Hawaii, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and possessions of United States delegated to Secretary of Defense, see section 1(h) of Ex. Ord. No. 10621, set out as a note under section 301 of Title 3.

Retention of Travel Promotional ItemsPub. L. 107–107, div. A, title XI, § 1116, Dec. 28, 2001, 115 Stat. 1241, provided that:

“(a)Definition.—

In this section, the term ‘agency’ has the meaning given that term under section 5701 of title 5, United States Code.

“(b)Retention of Travel Promotional Items.—

To the extent provided under subsection (c), a Federal employee, member of the Foreign Service, member of a uniformed service, any family member or dependent of such an employee or member, or other individual who receives a promotional item (including frequent flyer miles, upgrade, or access to carrier clubs or facilities) as a result of using travel or transportation services obtained at Federal Government expense or accepted under section 1353 of title 31, United States Code, may retain the promotional item for personal use if the promotional item is obtained under the same terms as those offered to the general public and at no additional cost to the Federal Government.

“(c)Limitation.—Subsection (b)—

“(1) applies only to travel that—

“(A)

is at the expense of an agency; or

“(B)

is accepted by an agency under section 1353 of title 31, United States Code; and

“(2)

does not apply to travel by any officer, employee, or other official of the Government who is not in or under any agency.

“(d)Regulatory Authority.—

Any agency with authority to prescribe regulations governing the acquisition, acceptance, use, or disposal of any travel or transportation services obtained at Government expense or accepted under section 1353 of title 31, United States Code, may prescribe regulations to carry out subsection (b) with respect to those travel or transportation services.

“(e)Repeal of Superseded Law.—

[Repealed section 6008 of Pub. L. 103–355, formerly set out as a note below.]

“(f)Applicability.—

This section shall apply with respect to promotional items received before, on, or after the date of enactment of this Act [Dec. 28, 2001].”

Cost Savings for Official TravelPub. L. 103–355, title VI, § 6008, Oct. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 3367, related to maximizing practicable cost savings for official travel through use of frequent traveler programs, prior to repeal by Pub. L. 107–107, div. A, title XI, § 1116(e), Dec. 28, 2001, 115 Stat. 1241.

Reports to Congress of Per Diem and Mileage Allowance Payments for Fiscal Years 1979 Through 1981; Rules and RegulationsSection 3 of Pub. L. 96–346, for fiscal years 1979 to 1981, directed the Administrator of General Services to collect by fiscal year information with respect to agencies spending more than $5,000,000 annually on transportation of people, identifying general causes and purposes of travel and estimates of total payments, average cost and duration of trip, and identifying by specific agency of travel practices which appear to be inefficient and recommendations to Congress on the applicability of alternatives to travel as well as other techniques to improve use of travel in carrying out program objectives relating travel to mission.

Ex. Ord. No. 12561. Delegation of Functions Re­lating to Travel Outside Continental United StatesEx. Ord. No. 12561, July 1, 1986, 51 F.R. 24299, provided:

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, including Section 102(a) of the Federal Civilian Employee and Contractor Travel Expenses Act of 1985 (Public Law 99–234) (“the Act”) [amending this section] and Section 301 of Title 3 of the United States Code, it is ordered as follows:

Section 1. Section 1 of Executive Order No. 10621 of July 1, 1955, as amended [3 U.S.C. 301 note], is further amended by redesignating the current subsection (i) as subsection (g); by revoking the current subsection (o); and by adding the following new subsection (h):

“(h) The authority vested in the President by Section 102(a) of the Federal Civilian Employee and Contractor Travel Expenses Act of 1985, 5 U.S.C. 5702(a), to establish maximum rates of per diem allowances and reimbursements for the actual and necessary expenses of official travel for employees of the Government to the extent that such authority pertains to travel status in localities in Alaska, Hawaii, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and possessions of the United States.”

Sec. 2. There is hereby delegated to the Secretary of State the authority vested in the President by Section 102(a) of the Act (5 U.S.C. 5702(a)) to establish maximum rates of per diem allowances and reimbursements for the actual and necessary expenses of official travel for employees of the Government to the extent that such authority pertains to travel status in localities (including the Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands) in any area situated outside the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and possessions of the United States.

Sec. 3. Executive Order No. 11294 of August 4, 1966, is revoked.

Ronald Reagan.

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12 CFR – Banks and Banking

12 CFR Part 412 – ACCEPTANCE OF PAYMENT FROM A NON-FEDERAL SOURCE FOR TRAVEL EXPENSES

41 CFR – Public Contracts and Property Management

 Above Agreement states veterans get 50%what they get under the Union Agreement or nobody get anything. The scam is they have a woman in the New York Harbor VAMC who is from California.

 

Directive By: DBA Jesus Christ

Date: 28 July 2017

To: The Attorney General Loretta Lynch
From: DBA Jesus Christ – General of the Army
RE: Declaration of Bankruptcy the State of Georgia
Date: 28 July 2017
This ended all Profit Corporations in the State of Florida:
 
H & C INC 136194
INACT
I herby Declare the City of Augusta, GA., bankrupt. under chapter 7.  Because it is impossible for the City of Augusta make any payment plan in the absence of currency and or taxation.  And nonprofit properties cannot be taxed and a bankrupt municipality cannot take ownership of nay nonprofit entity due to administrative dissolution.  There nor can the State of Georgia take ownership of any Charity State Properties.
Basis of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy:
Title 11 of the United States Code sets forth the statutes governing the various types of relief for bankruptcy in the United States. Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code provides an individual the opportunity to propose a plan of reorganization to reorganize their financial affairs while under the bankruptcy court’s protection. The purpose of chapter 13 is to enable an individual with a regular source of income to prop..
 
Basis of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy:
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a liquidation proceeding in which the debtor’s non-exempt assets, if any, are sold by the Chapter 7 trustee and the proceeds distributed to creditors according to the priorities established in the Code.

Payment Mailing Address:

Chapter 13 Trustee Huon Le – Augusta
P O Box 102173
Atlanta, GA 30368-2173

Correspondence Address:

Office of the Chapter 13 Trustee
P O Box 2127
Augusta, GA 30903

Office Location

570 James Brown Blvd.
Augusta, GA 30901

Office Hours:

8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Monday through Friday

Telephone:

(706) 724-1039
(800) 292-2883

Florida Profit Corporation

H & C INC

Filing Information

Document Number136194FEI/EIN Number00-0000000Date Filed07/08/1938StateFLStatusINACTIVELast EventDISSOLVED BY PROCLAMATIONEvent Date Filed04/24/1959
Event Effective
Date NONE

Principal Address

Mailing Address

Registered Agent Name & AddressNONE
Officer/Director DetailNONE

Annual Reports

No Annual Reports Filed

Document Images

No images are available for this filing.
1. Query Augusta Housing  Authority who name is on Peabody Apartments and I get these  businesses.
Corporate Name Document Number Status
AUGUSTA INTERIORS, INC. P07000122510 Active
AUGUSTA INTERNATIONAL LLC L05000094034 INACT
AUGUSTA INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENTS LLC L13000135647 Active
AUGUSTA INVESTMENT, INC. P05000101008 INACT
AUGUSTA INVESTMENTS, INC. G49179 INACT
AUGUSTA INVESTMENTS LLC L13000051887 Active
AUGUSTA INVESTMENTS ONE LLC L14000159478 INACT
AUGUST AIR ASSOCIATES, INC. P97000064940 INACT
AUGUST AIR CHARTER CORP. 545817 INACT
AUGUST AIRCONDITIONING, INC. 443088 INACT
AUGUST AIRE, LLC L01000006251 Active
AUGUSTA IRON & STEEL WORKS INCORPORATED 851099 INACT
AUGUSTA JANES BOUTIQUE, LLC L16000204136 Active
AUGUSTA JANSSON, INC. P93000018132 INACT
AUGUSTA JANSSON OF ORLANDO, INC. P93000018132 NAME HS
AUGUSTA & JOSIE, LLC L13000020547 INACT
AUGUSTA LAWNS LLC L12000128242 INACT
AUGUSTA LAWNS, LLC L17000003952 Active
AUGUST ALBANESE, P.A. P03000071304 INACT
AUGUSTA LINKS CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. N05000003997 INACT
2. Quality Inn has been out of business since 1978 and there is one down the block from the VAMA, Augusta, GA on Walton Street.  Probably vacant.

Florida Profit Corporation

QUALITY INN OF COCOA, INC.

Filing Information

Document Number512274FEI/EIN Number00-0000000Date Filed09/14/1976StateFLStatusINACTIVE
Last EventI NVOLUNTARILY DISSOLVED
Event Date Filed12/05/1978
Event Effective
Date NONE

Principal Address

4303 MEMORIAL DR
SUITE A
DECATUR, GA 30032

Mailing Address

4303 MEMORIAL DR
SUITE A
DECATUR, GA 30032

Registered Agent Name & AddressHALL, BOB

3220 NORTH COCOA BLVD.
COCOA BEACH, FL 32922
Officer/Director Detail

Name & Address

Title PD

BROOKS, F.D.

4303 MEMORIAL DR #A
DECATUR, GA

Title VDCLARK, T.B.

4303 MEMORIAL DR #A
DECATUR, GA

Title SCLARK, W.R.

4303 MEMORIAL DR #A
DECATUR, GA

Title TBROOKS, M.

4303 MEMORIAL DR #A
DECATUR, GA

Annual Reports

Report Year Filed Date
1977 02/11/1977

Document Images

No images are available for this filing.
 

Detail by Entity Name

3. I query Peabody Apartments and I get this.  They have been in involuntary dissolution since 1989, againa Florida Corporation, meaning it has to be nonprofit.

Florida Profit Corporation

PEABODY & YURK ARCHITECTS, INC.

Filing Information

Document Number M28742
FEI/EIN Number59-2670909
Date Filed03/12/1986StateFL
StatusINACTIVE
Last EventI NVOLUNTARILY DISSOLVED
Event Date Filed10/13/1989
Event Effective
DateNONE

Principal Address

10 FAIRWAY DR STE 200
DEERFIELD BCH., FL 33441

Changed: 07/07/1988

Mailing Address

10 FAIRWAY DR STE 200
DEERFIELD BCH., FL 33441

Changed: 07/07/1988

Registered Agent Name & AddressCARORIA, GOFF & RAAB, P.A.

1040 BAYVIEW DR.
SUITE 228
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL 33304

Officer/Director DetailName & Address

Title P

PEABODY, GEORGE H., JR.

10 FAIRWAY DR STE 200
DEERFIELD BCH., FL

Title ST

ALMQUIST, ROBERT D.

10 FAIRWAY DR STE 200
DEERFIELD BCH., FL

Annual Reports

Report Year Filed Date
1987 08/06/1987
1988 07/07/1988

Document Images

No images are available for this filing.
 

Florida Profit Corporation – This is unlawful due to the Proclamation of 24 April 1958.

PEABODY & ASSOCIATES, INC

Filing Information

Document NumberP98000024093FEI/EIN Number65-0839429Date Filed03/13/1998StateFLStatusACTIVELast EventAMENDMENTEvent Date Filed11/01/2011Event Effective DateNONE

Principal Address

2700 N. MILITARY TRAIL
SUITE 130
BOCA RATON, FL 33431

Changed: 03/07/2002

Mailing Address

2700 N. MILITARY TRAIL
SUITE 130
BOCA RATON, FL 33431

Changed: 03/07/2002

Registered Agent Name & AddressGOLDSTEIN, MARK B

2700 N. MILITARY TRAIL
SUITE 130
BOCA RATON, FL 33431

Address Changed: 03/07/2002

Officer/Director Detail

Name & Address

Title PD

PEABODY, KAY L

7980 Canterbury Lane
Plantation, FL 33324

Annual Reports

Report Year Filed Date
2015 03/11/2015
2016 03/27/2016
2017 04/19/2017
PEABODY & ASSOCIATES, INC. M28742 NAME HS
PEABODY & ASSOCIATES, INC. P98000024093 Active
PEABODY & ASSOCIATES, P.A. M28742 NAME HS
PEABODY AUDITORIUM FOUNDATION, INC. N14000002700 Active
PEABODY BROTHERS, INC. H49770 INACT
PEABODY AND BURR, P.A. P03000107143 INACT
PEABODY BUSINESS CONSULTING, LLC. L10000073711 INACT
THE PEABODY CAFE LLC L16000198327 Active
PEABODY & CHILDS, ARCHITECTS INCORPORATED 454157 INACT
PEABODY COAL COMPANY 818276 INACT
PEABODY COAL COMPANY 821039 INACT
PEABODY CONSULTING, INC. P05000033866 Active
PEABODY CONTINENTAL-HEINE CO. 823712 INACT
PEABODY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 855571 INACT
PEABODY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION H81213 INACT
PEABODY DEVELOPMENT, INC. P95000017560 INACT
PEABODY ENGINEERING CORPORATION 833466 INACT
PEABODY ENTERPRISES, INC. F75681 INACT
PEABODY ENTERPRISES, INC. P98000026285 INACT
PEABODY EXCHANGE LLC M14000001304 INACT
DBA Jesus Christ – The only Living God – General of the Armed Forces of the One World Government

General of the Armies

DBA Jesus Christ – General of the Army

 

 

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