Education Mind-sets

[Finance]

All honorably discharged veterans will be eligible to use the leisure travel site, which was launched in 2019 for active-duty, Reserve and Guard members, retired, and their family members, and certain others. This increases the number of eligible people to about 22 million. First-time visitors to AmericanForcesTravel.com will be asked to verify their eligibility with DoD through the site, and once verified, will be able to use the site to book discounted travel around the world. These newly eligible veterans use a similar process for verification as they use for their military exchange shopping privileges. The site is connected to the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, or DEERS, for authentication. The site is a joint initiative among the service branches, to include the Coast Guard, and the National Guard, DoD and Priceline, which operates the platform at no cost to DoD. Over the past few months, as regular travel has resumed, Priceline officials have seen bookings increase on American Forces Travel, compared to pre-pandemic levels. Warm weather locales are the most popular destinations for those using the site, and the most popular cities booked are Las Vegas, Orlando and San Diego. American Forces Travel offers privately negotiated deals on travel. Vendors must have a military exclusive price to be part of the website, but there are other additional properties and deals listed, too, so it pays to do some comparison shopping. There’s also a price match policy — if you find a lower price within 24 hours of booking, they’ll refund the difference. There are some exclusions to the policy. In addition to offering deals to the military and veteran community, every booking generates revenue for the services’ morale, welfare and recreation programs to support quality of life for service members and families. “While we can’t disclose exact numbers, [American Forces Travel] has saved millions of dollars on travel for the military community and will reinvest millions into MWR programs,” according to Priceline officials, in response to Military Times’ questions. Get the military's most comprehensive news and information every morning Sign up for the Early Bird Brief - a daily roundup of military and defense news stories from around the globe. By giving us your email, you are opting in to the Early Bird Brief. In January 2020, about 4.1 million veterans became eligible to use the travel site , along with certain other morale, welfare and recreation programs, and to shop at commissaries and exchanges on installations. There were some initial technology problems for some of those veterans trying to access the travel website. Those benefits were authorized by law for all veterans with VA service-connected disabilities; Purple Heart recipients; veterans who are former prisoners of war; and primary family caregivers of eligible veterans under the VA caregiver program. Now another 16 million will be eligible for the travel discount site as long as they have the qualifying discharge status of honorable or general under honorable conditions.

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[Construction]

A jury awarded the City of Minot $2.44 million today in a contract dispute with the developer of two downtown parking ramps. The jury entered deliberations this afternoon and returned a verdict within hours. “We’re glad to have this issue behind us after investing so much time, money, and emotion into these structures,” said Minot Mayor Shaun Sipma in a prepared statement. “Now we can focus on moving forward for the benefit total stranger of the city.” The city had alleged Cypress Development breached its contract when it failed to make required lease payments on two downtown parking ramps. In terminating the lease and taking over ramp management, the city states it incurred expenses beyond its contractual obligation. It also states it is owed money on the construction, for a total in damages of about $3.2 million. Cypress, which counter-used, had alleged it was the city that breached the contract. Cypress issued a statement following the verdict, saying, “We are disappointed in the outcome, but we have always had a high regard for the city, and we wish them the best.” The city’s relationship with Cypress began in 2011. The city and Cypress entered a series of contracts in which Cypress agreed to develop, design, and construct two mixed-use developments, including parking, retail space and apartments on city-owned land downtown. The city agreed to contribute just over $4.9 million per structure from a combination of MAGIC Fund dollars and federal funds toward construction. The Renaissance and Central parking structures opened in 2016, with construction of retail space and apartments remaining. The city terminated its contracts with Cypress and filed suit for breach of contract in March 2018. The jury awarded the city $2,442,479.94 to cover unpaid rent and excess costs the city incurred in constructing the parking structures. The amount also includes costs incurred by the city to install the exterior walls and roofs on the two structures after terminating its arrangement with Cypress, which had been obligated for that work in the contract. Sipma said efforts will begin to find a partner to construct apartments on top of the two structures and complete the development of the existing commercial space. Cypress’ countersuit, which was denied by the jury, sought more than $50 million in damages related to excess construction costs and lost profits. In closing arguments today, the city had asked the jury to prioritize the written agreements in its deliberations. Cypress had argued that both the contract and the city’s behavior should be considered, insisting the city’s actions to infuse more money into the project beyond the contract were significant. Jocelyn Knoll, the city’s lead attorney with Dorsey & Whitney, Minneapolis, described a scenario in which Cypress allegedly worked behind the scenes to misrepresent the project and persuade the city to pursue it. “Every single time that the city wanted to be a good contracting partner, Cypress wanted more money,” Knoll said.

https://www.minotdailynews.com/news/local-news/2021/07/city-of-minot-wins-2-44-million-in-parking-ramp-dispute-with-cypress-development/