failed to corroborate that Mr. Mottern currently is, or ever even was, a Certified Public Accountant, Save Farmer Bros. highlighted this apparent discrepancy in its Investor Presentation issued on September 29, 2016, and asked the Board the following question: “Did the Board ever bother to verify whether Mr. Mottern, the Chairman of the Audit Committee, is, or ever was, a CPA?” In FARM’s preliminary proxy statement filed with the SEC on October 17, 2016, the Company did an about-face with regard to the disclosure around Mr. Mottern’s CPA status, disclosing now that “Mr. Mottern was a Certified Public Accountant.” Was he really? If so, when? We note for the record that Mr. thisMottern’s biographies in public SEC filings of Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Inc., for which he served as a director from 1997 through 2004, never disclosed that he is, or ever was, a Certified Public Accountant. Unfortunately, FARM has failed to provide Save Farmer Bros. or the investing public with (i) any additional information regarding Mr. Mottern’s current status as a CPA, (ii) any evidence that Mr.
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The U.S. Department of Homeland Securitys Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region VII office, announced that participants will include Exelon Generation Co., along with the states, and Clinton and Scott counties in Iowa and Rock Island and Whiteside counties in Illinois. The routine exercise will test the abilities of the participants to protect the health and safety of the public living and working near the Cordova generating station. The exercise is a biennial requirement to determine the adequacy of the state and local radiological emergency preparedness and response plans. The exercise will be observed and evaluated by personnel from FEMA Region VII Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program, FEMA Region V and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. A public meeting will be two days later to describe and explain the full-scale response exercise process. pageSince an evaluation of the full-scale response exercise will take months, the preliminary findings will be limited in scope. The public is invited to a meeting at 11 a.m. Friday at the Quad-Cities Generating Station’s Training Room 107, 206th Ave.
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