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Vallensbæk Municipality

Vallensbæk Kommune is a municipality in Region Hovedstaden on the east coast of the island of Zealand in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 9.49 km², according to Municipal Key Figures, has a population of 16654. Its mayor is a member of the Conservative People's Party political party; the main town and the site of its municipal council is the town of Vallensbæk. The Church of Denmark has one parish in the municipality, namely Vallensbæk Parish. Vallensbæk Municipality was not merged with any adjacent municipality under the municipal reform of 2007, as it agreed to enter into a "municipal cooperation agreement" with Ishøj Municipality; the municipality has a beach, a marina, the Vallensbæk Marsh recreation area. As of January 1, 2014, the local council are as follows:Henrik Rasmussen, Søren Wiborg, Anette Eriksen, Kenneth Kristensen Berth, Katja Lindblad, Jytte Bendtsen, Martin Nielson, Søren Mayntz, Niels Jørgensen, Morten Schou Jørgensen, John Smith, Erdal Colak,Arne Petersen, Carina Kristensen Berth, Gitte Lumby Hansen and Niels Karlsen.

The local council meets once meetings are open to all. All agendas and minutes are publicly available. Vallensbæk has a finance committee and three standing policy committees: Finance Committee Social Affairs and Health Committee Child and Culture Committee Technical and Environmental Committee The town has three schools: Pilehave school, Vallensbæk school and Egholm School. Vallensbæk station Municipal statistics: NetBorger Kommunefakta, delivered from KMD aka Kommunedata Municipal mergers and neighbors: Eniro new municipalities map Municipality's official website

Andrew DePaola

Andrew DePaola Jr. is an American football long snapper, a free agent. He made his professional debut with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 7, 2014, he played football and baseball in high school before playing college football for Rutgers University. DePaola was born in a town in Baltimore County. In 2001, DePaola entered Hereford High School in Parkton, Maryland as a freshman with a passion for baseball, but soon shifted his focus to football. Depaola became an integral part of the school’s football team, the Bulls, was promoted to the varsity squad his sophomore year; that same year, DePaola helped. DePaola’s success continued into his senior year, in which he again lead the football team to the state championship but lost; as the team’s quarterback, DePaola completed his senior year completing 68% of his passes, throwing 22 touchdowns, 2,092 passing yards, allowing only 7 interceptions, leading his team to set a state record for single season scoring of 636 points. In addition to receiving the Baltimore County Offensive Player of the Year award from The Baltimore Sun, DePaola received honors as an all-Metro and All-State player.

The last football game DePaola would play during his high school career would be the Good Samaritan Bowl hosted at the Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland. While DePaola did make football his athletic focus during his high school career, he continued to play baseball earning all-Metro honors his senior year after batting.527 and posting a 3-1 record as a pitcher. After high school, DePaola joined the football team as a walk-on, his first year, DePaola was redshirted, a technique in player management for college sports in which students may practice with the team while attending classes, but not play in any games. During his first two seasons on the team, including his redshirt season, DePaola served as the team's third string quarterback, helping the team prepare for games during practices. DePaola served as the team's holder on field goals during his third season, not once dropping the ball, it was during this season when DePaola was featured on ESPN SportsCenter for a play in which DePaola received the ball for a field goal against the University of South Florida, but instead completed a fifteen-yard pass for a touchdown.

DePaola began his fourth season with Rutgers as a wide receiver, but became the team's long snapper when the starting long snapper Jeremy Branch sustained a leg injury. During the final four games of that season and for the entirety of his fifth season, DePaola served as the teams starting long snapper, playing in every game that final season. DePaola went undrafted by a professional team after completing college. Although DePaola was not drafted after college, he did sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a long snapper in early August 2012 during training camp, but after three weeks he was waived on August 27, 2012. On Thursday January 3, 2013, DePaola was signed to a future contract by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, meaning that at the start of the upcoming season DePaola would sign with the Buccaneers and be added to the active roster. DePaola was one of the final cuts in training camp in favor of long snapper Andrew Economos. On May 14, 2014, DePaola re-signed with the Buccaneers under a two-year contract.

DePaola made his on-field debut against the Carolina Panthers on September 7, 2014, with two snaps on successful extra point attempts and one tackle assist. He went on to be the long snapper for the Buccaneers for three seasons from 2014 to 2016. On August 22, 2017, DePaola re-signed with the Buccaneers, only to be released on September 1, 2017 during final roster cuts. On September 3, 2017, DePaola was claimed off waivers by the Chicago Bears. On March 16, 2018, DePaola signed a four-year contract with the Oakland Raiders. In Week 1, DePaola suffered a torn ACL and was placed on injured reserve on September 12, 2018. On August 25, 2019, DePaola was released by the Raiders. On August 28, 2019, DePaola was signed by the Carolina Panthers, he was released during final roster cuts on August 30, 2019. Andrew DePaola on Twitter Tampa Bay Buccaneers bio

Walter Kimberley

Walter Kimberley was an English professional football left back and right half who played in the Football League for Aston Villa. As of 1901 and 1904, Kimberley worked as a packer respectively. While playing for Coventry City, Kimberley worked at the Coventry Ordnance Works. An army reservist since 1904, Kimberley rejoined the Coldstream Guards in August 1914, after Britain's entry into the First World War and was appointed lance corporal; the following month, he was captured by the Germans at Maubeuge during the First Battle of the Marne and spent two years as a prisoner of war in camps at Döberitz and Cottbus. Beginning with a six-month stay in hospital with laryngitis and bronchitis, Kimberley's health declined during his internment and he was repatriated to Britain in August 1916 with pulmonary tuberculosis, he was discharged from the army and fell into severe ill heath, permanently losing his voice and dying at home in Aston on 22 April 1917. Kimberley was buried in Birmingham, he was married and had two children, one of whom died in infancy