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With all due respect to Tony Connell and his very successful enterprise does it seem a little hinky to anyone else that Connell repeatedly gets city construction projects? Isn't there a suggestion of a conflict of interest in there somewhere?
I like what you said, Chris. I have another suggestion: federal regulation of insurance companies just like the Feds regulate companies that do other kinds of business. I cannot imagine a non-insurance company getting away with soaking its customers and, in turn, providing poor reimbursement to its suppliers. Does anyone remember the anti-trust laws?
Teresa - a "bill study" cannot "even out" health insurance costs.
I'm so sorry, Susan. How awful.
Scott, I really thought your proposal was totally satiric. Thanks for your humor.
Did the liquor store in that shopping complex require a City Council variance vote? Just sayin.
Those of us who've reached our "golden years" may ski less frequently and for fewer hours at each outing. Does that entitle us to reduced rates? Only Ski Corp knows.
"Wiggins said Mind Springs is doing the best it can with the resources available, but the current detox program is not ideal." Where is the medical community's involvement in detox? What does YVMC contribute to the process?
Thanks to all those who brought council's choice of members of the city manager selection committee to the public's attention. Scott W. would have been a terrific representative for those of us with questioning minds.
Thank you to David, Rhys, Scott and Clay. I hope members of Council read this blog.
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