Seems odd a band would come to a town to play without some idea of where they'd be playing.
Mike Newman said, “They trust the decision and trust the people behind it as well as the council.”.
I'm don't know I'd go that far with it. My guess is the majority of Eurekans either don't care, or don't know what to think about the firing.
C'mon Joel, there's plenty of whole grain bread at Winco, too.
Closing the Urgent Care Center totally sucks. This is a major disaster for the area, imo.
Andrew Bird wrote, "Electing Larry Glass, Ron Kuhnel and Peter LaVallee instantly raises leadership at City Hall to a level that Eureka has never had before."
This, coming from a staff member of a politician (Wes Chesbro) who played a fairly significant role in running this state into the ground.
The bottom line is, should Prop 23 fail, your cost for electricity might well increase by 50 to 60%. Even opponents of Prop 23 admit that. If Prop 23 passes, you can still use renewable energy, should you choose to do so. You just won't be FORCED to buy more expensive energy from renewable sources when you can't afford it.
The link you have to vote in the "Best of 2010" doesn't seem to be working for me. Is the problem on my end, or yours?
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vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
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