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If you're looking for "I Spys," dating or LTRs, this is your scene.
If you're looking for full-on kink or group play, you'll get what you need here.
Yay! Breakfast with a view! If they have live music, I hope they put in a real dance floor so no one sprains an ankle. Dancing on the waterfront on a midsummer evening with the breeze off the lake is so delightful. It was a shame when the Splash boathouse replaced the floor on the upper deck with waterproof flooring unsuitable for dancing...it wrecked it for the weekly salsa dance social.
Excuse me...the "reactionary fringe"? Hello, It's WE THE PEOPLE, participating in the democratic process.
Thank you for inviting our participation in the public input part of city-wide planning projects. We have showed up in droves, attended meetings and filled out questionnaires. But quite frankly, WE THE PEOPLE are weary of participating in these sessions, only to have our interests passed over in favor of developers with big pockets. Your pace for development is too frenzied. Where the rubber meets the road, in the finalization stage of plans, we want our input to be incorporated.
Many of us were outraged when 60+ WE THE PEOPLE's show up for the public input part of a city council meeting to weigh in before the council vote to approve the Burlington College property development plan. When 75% of those WE THE PEOPLE's comments were not in favor of the plans as presented, it seems prudent that you would slow down the pace to consider and incorporate changes to address those concerns. We want councilors and a mayor who will not only listen, but advocate for what we tell them is important to us. You asked. We spoke. You listened. But you DID NOT ADVOCATE for WE THE PEOPLE. My vote goes for s(he) who advocates for me.
WE THE PEOPLE are not opposed to the downtown suburban mall nor upgrades to City Hall Park. We want our interests included in shaping the finalized version of development plans.
WE THE PEOPLE are reading the fine print and details. We are informed and actively engaged, and we will put forth a slate of candidates who not only listen, but advocate for us.
Can you sing us a lullaby, dear Kat, on this sad day after the election? We the people, need some comforting and healing balm.
What a great idea to support our local artists!
It's commendable that the family is "bringing it home." Surely it will provide a boost to the local economy, especially since so many from Keurig and Global Foundaries have lost their jobs. I don't know the owners, but clearly they have made choices to take care of their employees. Kudos to them!
The South End is thrilled to have City Market coming to our neighborhood!
Thank you Ann for trying to save this tree.
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