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Did you know that Godwin Attram is a set piece expert in the country and will capitalize on all opportunities to ensure his side avoid relegation this season.The skipper made these comments after his expertly converted free kick fetched all three points for the Wonder Club against Liberty Professionals. Now, Attram is looking for more of those chances.“It is very important to score this kind of goal because it is a very important game and I have always been telling the boys to create this kind of infringement for me,” Attram told reporters in the post-match conference.“I am very special in this country for shooting. They were able to create this chance and I executed it.” The former Ghana international went on to allay fans fears of relegation as he strongly believes his side will survive their present predicament.“The fans should be rest assured because we already promised them. The playing body and management has promised them they should forget about relegation.” The goal was Attram’s first for the Wonder Club since he returned from a 19-year stint abroad where he featured for teams such as PSV Eindhoven, Stade Tunisien and Al-Shabab.–Follow Kweku on Twitter: @nana_odum
Facebook25Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston Regional Planning CouncilWorking with Thurston Regional Planning Council (TRPC) and local partners, Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is studying transportation system performance on I-5 through the Thurston Region (State Route 121/93rd Avenue SE/Tilley Road Interchange in Tumwater to Mounts Road just east of the Nisqually River). This major freight and commuter corridor travels through Tumwater, Olympia and Lacey serving the entire Thurston Region. People who use this section of I-5 experience congestion, recurring delay, and unreliable travel times. Multiple factors contribute to these issues such as traffic volumes and merging at interchanges. WSDOT’s goal is to recommend a set of performance-based strategies to achieve the following outcomes in the study area over the next 20 years:Improve travel times and make them more predictableIncrease the ability of I-5 to efficiently and equitably move people and goodsImprove access to industrial and commercial areas and job sitesProtect and enhance the environment including reducing the transportation-related impact on wildlife habitat in the Nisqually River deltaImprove the transportation system’s ability to operate during and recover from disruptions such as traffic incidentsOver 3,000 people responded to a fall 2018 survey, but we didn’t capture all the diverse voices in the Region. Please take the survey by March 31, and let YOUR voice be heard.TRPC Website: https://www.trpc.org/943/I-5-Tumwater-to-Mounts-Road-Corridor-StuSurvey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/C7N6K5VFor a paper survey or translation, please contact Thurston Regional Planning Council: email@example.com or 360.956.7575.Featured photo credit: Jennlvs2smile