October 31, 2020

PowerBand Advisory Team Bolstered by Addition of Automotive Leader Steve Waller, Proven Executive of Fortune 500, 300 and 100 Financial Institutions

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / October 8, 2020 / PowerBand Solutions Inc. (TSXV:PBX) (OTCQB:PWWBF) (Frankfurt:1ZVA) (“PowerBand”, “PBX” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce Steve Waller, one of the U.S. automotive retail and banking sectors’ proven leaders, is joining the Company’s advisory team.

Mr. Waller brings unique C-suite experience with Fortune 100, 300 and 500 companies to PowerBand, to accelerate the Company’s commercialization of its virtual platform – DRIVRZ – which enables the buying, selling, leasing, trading and financing of vehicles from a smart phone or other digital device, making it as easy to acquire a vehicle as carrying out a transaction on Amazon.

“Steve is a remarkable executive and brings great strategic and operational expertise to PowerBand’s mission to transform the automotive retail experience,” said PowerBand CEO Kelly Jennings. “His record speaks for itself.”

Currently, Mr. Waller is Vice President of Business Development and Transformation at D&P Holdings, LLC

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Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advisory board

If passed, this measure would create an unpaid, 19-member Board of Transportation and Infrastructure. Denver City Council members would appoint 13 of those board members and the mayor would appoint the remainder. The board would then advise the head of the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure on policy and operations. It would also review and comment on the department’s annual budget.

The case for: The board could offer additional oversight and expertise for the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, the budget for which comprises a substantial amount of the entire city’s budget and covers important public works projects and improvements.

The case against: It’s unclear whether the board would have substantial mechanisms to ensure its recommendations are followed. Also, additional board review procedures could slow public works projects and the budget process.

Ballot question: “Shall the Charter of the City and County of Denver be amended to

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Lower Coast Algiers under boil water advisory after vehicle strikes fire hydrant |

Lower Coast Algiers residents were advised not to drink tap water Friday after vehicle struck a fire hydrant, reducing water pressure in the area.

A boil water notice remained in effect at 6:11 p.m., almost six hours after the New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board posted it. The agency said it might take 24 hours to obtain results of water quality tests.



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The S&WB issues boil water advisories in areas where pressure drops below 20 pounds per square inch. Pressure reductions in pipes could allow bacteriological contaminants to enter.

Healthy adults are cautioned that:

  • When washing hands, they may use soap and tap water, dry hands, then apply hand sanitizer. It’s safer to wash with bottled or boiled water.
  • When showering or bathing, they should be careful not to swallow any water. Infants, young children and disabled persons should
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Brookline Seeks Transportation Board Advisory Committee Members

Press release from The Town Of Brookline’s Transportation Department:

Oct. 2, 2020

The Transportation Board is looking for 4 members to serve on the newly created Shared Mobility Advisory Committee. The mission of the new advisory committee is to encourage, plan for, and advocate for improved access and utilization of shared mobility systems within the Town of Brookline.

It shall advise the Transportation Board on matters related to shared mobility including, but not limited to, public transportation, shuttles, senior transportation, ride share, car share, bike share, and micro-mobility share for commuting, general mobility and pleasure, with an emphasis on safety and access.

Additionally, SMAC will work with the MBTA and the Town to fine-tune existing bus and train service and infrastructure, as well as explore new opportunities to expand shared transportation accessibility for residents and for those who travel to and from Brookline for work and pleasure.

Membership is open

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