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Ignatius Mikheev

624 Miles €? Addendum 1…


August 14, 2018 (addendum) - Appendix G of the Draft EIR originally published on Friday, August 10, 2018, inadvertently did not include agency and public comments in response to the Notice of Preparation. The addended version of Appendix G is now available in the Draft EIR.




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No, your medical bill for out-patient services will be covered at 50% of the eligible charges and in-patient bills will be covered at the Medicaid fee-for-service rate. La Casa Health Care and Carabelli Dental are paid at 65% of the eligible charges. Provider is required to write off the balance after payment is received from Chaves County. Services received fifty (50) miles outside the Chaves County area limit can be paid up to 60%. (This is for services that can be rendered from Chaves County Providers but for some reason are provided elsewhere.) Note: There are individual limits per type of service. The balance after Medicare is also covered at the 50% rate.


The country is an island nation with a total area of approximately 99,000 square miles and a population of approximately 3.8 million. The religious composition of the country is predominantly Christian but is becoming more diverse. According to the 1996 census, approximately 60.6 percent of citizens identified themselves as Christian or as affiliated members of individual Christian denominations; less than 3 percent were affiliated with non-Christian religions. The four major Christian denominations of Anglican, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, and Methodist churches experienced a decline in membership between 1991 and 1996, with the proportion of the population affiliated with these denominations falling from 57.6 percent to 49.1 percent. Anglicans remained by far the largest Christian denomination, with 18 percent of the population in 1996. Pentecostals were the only major Christian group to experience significant growth (55 percent) during the same period. Among non-Christian religions, the number of Buddhists and Muslims more than doubled, while the number of Hindus increased by approximately 50 percent, although each of these groups still constitutes less than 1 percent of the population. The number of persons who indicated no religious affiliation also increased markedly between 1991 and 1996, rising by 33 percent to over one-fourth of the population. The indigenous Maori (approximately 15 percent of the population) overwhelmingly are followers of Presbyterianism, the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints (Mormons), Ratana, Ringatu, and other faiths.


In 1993 the University of Canterbury granted an honors thesis to a student who reportedly denied the impact of the Holocaust. The controversial thesis was embargoed until 2000, when the author issued an apology and acknowledged mistakes in an addendum. Many members of the country's Jewish community criticized the university's refusal to rescind the degree or withdraw the thesis.


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