Sale LAN: here are the fines, how the closure was resolved

Sale LAN: here are the fines, how the closure was resolved

Sale LAN

Just under two months after the closure of some LAN rooms, the first official response from the state arrived today. No closure, but only a very high fine, inflicted on Alessio Cicolari, owner of Esport Palace. The bill? Very high, as evidenced by the fine of 46,000 euros imposed on the owners.

“After almost 60 days, despite the fact that he is convinced that the dialogue we have undertaken with ADM and the institutions is the way to solve the problem of the legislation, I can only be sorry to have also received the second sanction after the first of 6,000 Euros for PCs ", the first words declared by Cicolari and contained in a note.

if ( jQuery ("# ​​crm_srl-th_gamedivision_d_mh2_1"). The problem is obviously not the fine, but a regulatory vacuum. A regulatory vacuum that potentially affects all LAN rooms in Italy and that cannot be resolved by the Customs and Monopolies Agency, as specified by Cicolari himself. Hope is now in the hands of the sector meeting, scheduled for this week. “So we hope all together to make a common voice and break this situation up once and for all. We will schedule a first meeting with those who want to participate to start operations ", the last words declared by Cicolari and contained in the note published on Agimeg.

The first reports of the closure of LAN rooms arrived at the beginning of May 2022 and have covered very few rooms. The risk is that the problem extends, thus leading to other places having to pay very high fines and preventing them from carrying out their normal work activities.

Consignors And Commercial Breeders To Host ‘Deal Or No Deal’ Discussion Before Fasig-Tipton July Sale

The Consignors and Commercial Breeders Association will host a “Deal or No Deal” discussion on the impact of various X-ray findings over time on Sunday, July 10 at Fasig-Tipton's outdoor pavilion in Lexington, Ky., ahead of the auction company's July sale.

The event will take place from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Open bar will be sponsored by Fasig-Tipton.

Sunday's candid discussion will feature a panel including Dr. Greg BonenClark of Florida Equine Veterinary Associates, Dr. Nathan Mitts of Peterson Smith Equine Hospital, 2-year-old consignor Randy Miles, Joe Pickerell of Pick View Farm, Andy Howard of Lane's End, and Logan Payne of Taylor Made Farm.

The casual, candid discussion will focus on common findings in yearling sale vet work and the various tolerance levels people have for them, based on their industry experience.