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Boy does this make me feel good! The testimony of paying out on the installations would make Yogi Berra blush. For a person or entity to consider the economics is certainly lightweight math. It is irrelevant to consider one side of the equation, intermitting power Is heavily subsidized by all of us weather we want to feel good or not. Dianne and her ilk have been busy mandating the percentage of renewables that our providers are required to use. The fact that EXCEL would buy up credits and not want the power is common in this shell game that you and I are financing. The buy back provision is again nothing more than a joke and it helps finance this hoax at our expense.
Now how much of a decrease in global warming can we expect if continue to keep our economy on life support? The predictions are nothing more than a rounding error. I think that Trump or the Three Stooges can get us a better deal.
In my opinion this situation is a sorry indication of lack of leadership from both staff and council. We needed a whistleblower to identify this problem??? The lawsuit situation never went beyond the attorneys?? We need to start ordering smelling salts by the barrel.
I think it OK to lock the gates when they give up their Ag exemptions.
Emotion can be the overreaching factor that determines when an old vehicle is no longer fit to use. When an employee decides it is time for a new vehicle, no amount of logic will suffice. Is that the case here?
This situation is why Dianne's tire law is ill advised. Issue the citation and then deal with the aftermath, no future chasing situations like this. We don't chase those with nothing to recover.
Months ago when speaking in front of an environmental group Sillaryi promised to put coal mines and miners out of business. Now in West Virginia she is doing a flip flop. I think that it is time for her barking dog routine to resurface. This is not unusual as Obama made the same claim before his election in 08. Power plant regs courtesy of the EPA are the tools of choice to bring this about, not market prices.
This pot in my opinion is waaay too important to many people. Anything this important to a person is not normal for a long term outlook. Same goes for booze etc.
With few parking spaces I suspect that the whole neighborhood will become a parking lot.
Lack of parking is by design. We have mostly empty busses that need riders. The question is what type and how many tenants will be willing to forsake their personal transportation to buy in?
I think that this facility should be on the other end of town where most of the users reside. The west end seems to end up with all the uses that we don not want advertised.
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