The parking garage should be considered part of the museum.
Hate to be the one to break it to you, Dave, but dog feces is also completely biodegradable.
Now, let's bring back First Thursday wine tastings!
Horse excrement, unlike a dog's is completely made of plant material. It is completely biodegradable. Ever use dog manure on your grass or garden? I didn't think so.
Right on Christopher Curcio! Get out and VOTE!
More of the same going forward in Pothole City.......sigh.
Voting in this "village" is such a conundrum. The recycled old farts that continue to dominate municipal government are just repulsive to me. Suthers is nothing but another Republican crown prince. But in all honesty I have to admit, Makepeace is another "recycled" political figure from the past. Be that as it is, she has my vote. She may technically be a blast from the past, but she is progressive, inclusive and represents the future. Suthers is a place holder, like Lamborn who will placate the right wing and mire this community in more inertia.
Cardboard?! It has toxic adhesives. Not a great alternative. Good thing you keep this garden "guru" unnamed I wouldn't eat any food that was grow with toxic cardboard in it.
Using card board is a horrible idea. Card board has adhesive in it. Any water from that cardboard will be contaminated with toxic adhesives. I like HydroLock comparatively to using cardboard!
Appreciate Nadia's desire to be orthodox in faith and loving to all people. May The Holy Spirit really direct her next week and use her to shape Christians around the cross of Christ.
Maybe we can disregard Hazlehurst's column because he is too old. But really I am more interested in what a politician wants to do than what their demographics are. I see diversity of ideas from at least some of the new city council members regardless of age. Bill Murray for example seems to have more new ideas than many 20 somethings. I think we can call for a truce between the suburban Springs soccer parent and the downtown hipster A strong downtown enhances, supports and is supported by it suburbs.
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