Pam did and does a remarkable job!
Just went there last night-great food. We're glad they moved closer to our home. Worth the visit!
The City should control it's own future!
Where were you when the County Commissioners put misleading wording on the ballot in order to secure a third term?
I believe that Brandi Williams and is no longer in same district as Herpin.
It seems that a meeting in a public library room is public and that no one can be excluded. If a private meeting was desired, a private location should have been chosen.
Last time I looked at my property tax bill, the Library District shows up on it! I was paying for a room that was being used for private purposes.
I, Lee Milner, do support using TOPS $ for bike trails. The few bicycle improvements that were being asked for had a "ride to work or school" flavor to them.
Also, we were promising to work to find an additional $424,000 to match the $106,000 that we were asking the County to approve.
Ever since 1992, there has been more of an emphasis on multi modal transportation. That is why, for example, there are bicycle racks on buses.
Unfortunately, the County's way of looking at the world is pre 1992. The County's transportation advisory committee is called the HAC, Highway Advisory Committee, as an example of the lack of modern thinking.
Two conservative members of the Board of County Commissioners, Peggy Littleton and Darryl Glenn understand and supported multi modalism as did the Chamber of Commerce!
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