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Hydra July 23, 2014 at 10:42 AM
They fired all of the local editors in WI a year ago. All local information is user generated.Read Morehttp: //www.nytimes.com/2014/01/30/business/media/aols-struggling-patch-unit-has-more-layoffs.html?_r=0
vocal local 1 July 23, 2014 at 07:19 PM
The fact is the city has not maintained the ditches and the fact is the existing 42 inch stormRead Moresewer is already overloaded causing flooding upstream and the fact is all properties involved have been subject to more setting and storm water run off since the city became a city. Thus, unless we go into a hundred year drought the Alderman for the fourth district and the other five yahoo's sitting on the council and mayor included don't give a damn about the residents of the fourth district but care more for development of an expensive city road that is going to take several properties under Eminent Domain and send more flood water our way, all on risky debt spending. For what? A road to no where. Residents of the third district need to pay attention as their storm water should come thru the fourth district and I do believe their alderman seconded the motion. It's called deductive logic.
vocal local 1 July 23, 2014 at 07:26 PM
Also, remember, the city doesn't have approval from the state and feds for this project. The electRead Morea re speculating it's going to fly. My opinion is that it is not. It was your elects opinion that they would acquire key properties in Carrollville they speculated they could pay for multiple development around town. Gee guess what the pots empty, our bond rating is decreasing meaning bonding/borrowing costs more and developer's don't want to deal with OC officials and THE WALLS ARE TUMBLING DOWN. Yes, the walls are tumbling down. And, who pays? The resident tax payer as to draw new development in the elect grant such deals new development doesn't cover and/or cut costs.
Hydra July 23, 2014 at 07:50 PM
Elected representative not elect
vocal local 1 July 22, 2014 at 07:35 AM
Oh, Hydra, run your mouth. Why don't I see you at city meetings when the city plans developmentRead Morethat isn't clean and environmentally friendly?
vocal local 1 July 22, 2014 at 07:38 AM
By the way Hydra, have you figured out yet that every time you flush your toilet the waste goesRead Moreinto the well and every time you drink a glass of water it's coming from the septic tank.
Hydra July 22, 2014 at 08:40 AM
As I live in the city I have no well or septic tank.
tacye June 22, 2014 at 10:06 AM
- 0-3T girls clothes and shoes, ice skates - Crib, pack and play, baby gates - Strollers, highRead Morechair - Baby and toddler toys, games & books - Koolatron soda / beer can vending fridge - Whirlpool laundry work surface - Verimark Healthwalker - Household items - Baby/toddler items: crib, high chairs, exersaucer, boppy, more - Toys, little tykes, games - Books: all types, all ages - Clothes: 0-5T, teen, women, men - Shoes, purses, costume jewelry - Exercise equipment, lots of HH, craft supplies, many brand new items. - Strollers, car seats - Maternity clothes (L,XL) - Boys clothes (0-3yrs) - Household items
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