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Federal student loans offer benefits that many other loans don't. One benefit is the ability to qualify for loan forgiveness—under special circumstances, the federal government may forgive part, or all, of your federal student loans. This means you're no longer obligated to make your loan payments. Another benefit is there may be some situations where you may qualify to have your loans cancelled or discharged.

These are some of the most common types of loan forgiveness and discharge.

Note this is not a complete list , and you need to meet certain requirements and provide specific information to qualify. See if you qualify.

Teacher Loan Forgiveness

If you teach full-time for five complete and consecutive academic years in a low-income elementary school, secondary school, or educational service agency, you may be eligible for forgiveness of up to $17,500 on your Direct Loan or FFEL program loans. See StudentAid.gov/teach-forgive for more information and a form you can fill out when you have completed your teaching service.

Learn more about the Teacher Loan Forgiveness program , eligibility requirements, and how to apply. (If you aren't already logged in, you'll be asked to do so.)

Note: You may not receive a benefit for the same qualifying payments or period of service for Teacher Loan Forgiveness and Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

If you get a job at a government or not-for-profit organization and repay your loans based on your income, you may qualify for forgiveness of your Direct Loans after 10 years of payments and employment. See StudentAid.gov/publicservice for more information and for a form you can fill out when you start working to receive confirmation that your employment qualifies for the program.

Note: Servicing for this program is managed by another federal student loan servicer. If you enroll in Public Service Loan Forgiveness, your eligible loans will be transferred from Great Lakes to that servicer. Also note, you may not receive a benefit for the same qualifying payments or period of service for Teacher Loan Forgiveness and Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

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One day in late December 1899, Elie Metchnikoff, one of the world’s most famous biologists, woke up to discover he had found the key to immortality. That, at least, was what the popular French daily Le Matin announced on its... READ MORE

Ehrlich’s background was in histology, particularly in staining samples for viewing under the microscope. Ehrlich discovered that certain dye molecules would stain some cells but not others, seeking out their targets like the mythical magic bullets. Ehrlich theorized that the right dye molecules might be able to realize his dream of a selective antibiotic.

Finally, in 1909, Ehrlich’s idea was achieved in arsphenamine, an arsenic-based dye able to kill syphilis bacteria without killing the patient. Arsphenamine was only really effective against syphilis, though. Researchers at the Bayer sector of the German conglomerate, IG Farben, wondered if this same approach could lead to an antibiotic for broader use. Chemists Josef Klarer and Fritz Miestzsch synthesized thousands of dyes that were tested on infected laboratory mice by Gerhard Domagk. After countless failures, one dye, prontosil, succeeded, delivering the first truly versatile antibiotic.

While the Bayer team assumed that Ehrlich’s dye hypothesis was the reason for prontosil’s effectiveness, subsequent research showed that it has nothing to do with its ability to stain cells.

So what makes an antibiotic tick?

I t’s relatively easy to find new antiseptics, which can kill microbes on the skin and the surface of tissues. But antiseptics make terrible antibiotics: Chemicals that break an essential part of a bacterial cell will usually break the same part of human cells. Luckily, sometimes there are bacterial parts not found in humans, or if they are, they are very different. This is the key to antibiotic function: exploiting the fact that bacteria are similar to human cells without being identical.

In the century or so since the first antibiotic was found, we’ve discovered a small library of bacteria-specific features to disrupt. 6 The antibiotic sulfanilamide, for example, targets a part of bacterial life that doesn’t exist in humans. Folates like vitamin B9 are essential for DNA synthesis in all organisms. Humans get them by eating fruits and vegetables, but bacteria have to make them from scratch through processes foreign to human cells. Like other sulfa drugs, sulfanilamide plugs up one enzyme in one pathway of one process, stopping bacterial DNA synthesis in its tracks while having no effects on human metabolism.

Penicillin, serendipitously discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1928, and other beta lactam antibiotics (like meropenem) also target a part of bacteria that human cells don’t have: the cell wall. Bacterial cells are a lot like an overstuffed roast being kept together by butcher’s twine. When that butcher’s twine—the cell wall—is removed, bacterial cells literally explode.

Improper and illegal disposal can contaminate our drinking water, impede waste water treatment plants, pollute local waterways and endanger workers. It can also lead to penalties and fines.

HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION FACILITY FOR SAFE DISPOSAL

The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility is for safe and legal disposal of unusable hazardous products. Please remember to pack products carefully so they won’t mix or spill and transport them in the trunk if possible.

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For highway safety, there is a limit of 15 gallons or 125 pounds of household hazardous waste per trip.

Households : No appointment required; no fee. Businesses : Appointment only; fee for service.

The HHW facility is located at 889-A Devlin Road, off Hwy 29 in south Napa – click here for a map and directions. Open every Fri Sat: 9am-4pm

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GARDEN OR LANDSCAPE :

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Did you know that throwing out a mercury thermostat could cost you $70,000? Instead, bring in your mercury thermostat to the HHW facility …and you can even get a $5 rebate! You’ll get rewarded for doing the right thing, avoid the $70,000 penalty, and protect the environment by recycling mercury. Click to see if you’re eligible for the $5 rebate.

HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL FOR BUSINESSES

Businesses that generates less than 220 pounds or 27 gallons of hazardous waste per month can dispose of their waste at the Hazardous Waste Facility. Appointments are required and there is a fee for this service. For appointments and information: 1-800-984-9661. Protect your business and employees by disposing of unwanted, unused, and out-of-date hazardous wastes properly.

Businesses that generate hazardous waste are required to obtain a Hazardous Waste Generator Permit. Call Napa County Environmental Management at 253-4471 or visit the Napa County website for information.

REDUCE TOXIC WASTE Can the product be used by someone else?If you have an unwanted product that someone else could use – don’t let it sit on the shelf! Bring it to the Hazardous Waste Collection Facility where they will determine if it can be put in the Reuse Locker . Unwanted household hazardous waste is very expensive for the County to dispose. A better option for both your budget and the environment is to prevent the “waste” from the start.
1) Buy the right product for the job. There is no magic bullet! What do you want the product to do?
2) Buy the least toxic alternative. Many manufacturers are responding to consumer demands for alternatives.
3) Buy only the amount you need or can use up. Will you be able to use up the “jumbo” or “bargain” size product before it expires?
4) Store the product properly so it doesn’t become unusable. Keep in a covered, dry, safe place. Our Water, Our World isa program that provides information about less-toxic alternatives to managing home and garden pests. Choose less toxic products for your home and garden…Look for the “Our Water, Our World” symbol before you buy. Participating Napa County stores include: Napa:

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U.S. Army soldiers pass out water, provided by FEMA, to residents in a neighborhood without grid electricity or running water in San Isidro, Puerto Rico, on Oct. 17, 2017.
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Originally published on July 13, 2018 12:45 pm

The Federal Emergency Management Agency failed to properly prepare for last year's hurricane season and was unable to provide adequate support to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico and other areas, an internal report released by the agency concluded.

The report found Puerto Rico's emergency-supply warehouses were nearly empty when Hurricane Maria hit in October, without things like cots or tarps, because many of the supplies had been rerouted to the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The report also found FEMA had been understaffed going into the hurricane season and that most specialized disaster staffers were deployed to the other storms when Maria struck.

The initial response was also hampered by huge communication challenges. Almost 95 percent of cell towers were down after the storm. But FEMA did not have enough working satellite phones to adequately spread to the island's leadership, making it difficult to get a handle on the scope of the damage.

As emergency supplies arrived, the report found, FEMA faced a major hurdle: it lacked visibility into what was being shipped by other government agencies or private sector partners, further hindering response decisions.

"Shipping containers often arrived in Puerto Rico labeled simply as 'disaster supplies,' requiring FEMA staff to unload and open containers to determine their contents," the report stated.

Many of the shortcomings outlined in the report — a lack of key supplies on Puerto Rico before the storm, unqualified staff, and challenges with delivering emergency supplies — were detailed in a recent Frontline and NPR documentary , Blackout in Puerto Rico, slated to re-air July 17.

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