Other cities having to spend millions to de-urbanize their riverfronts, while the some want to spend millions to do the opposite.
If there's one thing Friends for Our Riverfront can be proud of, it's that it kept the city from spending $300+ million doing the opposite of what smart cities do.
Maxine Strawder, name misspelled in article, is also a retired librarian. Educated people of any race are considering dangerous.
About a quarter of single stream goes to the dump according to a PBS program , so this only works if there really is greater participation.
How does the state know this is tourist spending rather than people from the metro area?
It's still disturbing as to how the Council avoided any real transparency about that ordinance. It's certainly a terrible precedent.
Remember, Councilman Conrad could have directed Ms Greenberg's question to Council attorney Wade.
I'm ready for new voting machines that give receipts and have a paper trail. Too many times these machines have made it appear that I voted for someone that I didn't vote for.
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