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Yup!! Try that in the private sector. Hope the public taxpayers keep track of this agreement. I have my doubts that that the future city councils will.
Let's hope this is a very expensive lesson learned for this and future city councils. Government has no business being in the housing market as the government housing projects show in other larger communities. They generally turn into the projects that even law enforcement is not comfortable in. The convenience of living close to where you work is not always possible.
C'mon rhys, Bachem was the bus driver.
Of course we should support our "elected" city council. Over the years the different councils have had such a stellar record in selecting city managers!!
My wife and I lived n the Elk River Estates neighborhood when the Ragans moved in a couple of houses away. They definitely added to a great place to live. It was a true joy watching these kids grow from youngsters to responsible teenagers. One thing Kristi doesn't mention is the strong family unit that was always there. Mom and Dad always had the kids best interest at heart with gentle and positive guidance. We moved away in 2012 but kept up with Nate and Shannon's FFA and 4-H accomplishments through the Today on-line coverage of the county fair. It was always a pleasure to see them compete when we lived there and see them continue after we left. You should always be proud of those great kids.
I paid the maximum into Social Security for over 40 years. If your wife is the only one paying into social security in your family unit, your time will come to steal from her.
Fun read but I think you folks need to get a job or a new hobby.
Don't think the officer would accept that the duct tape or colored tape was due to muddy roads. Enjoy paying the fine.
It's there. Find something better to complain about.
Floors getting dirty at this time of year is understandable, but the trash is directly the responsibility of the post office patrons. If the trash bins are full, take it with you and dispose of it at home!!
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