Good job. Any legal effort to help the students, to not be around drugs is a good thing. It wouldn't hurt to check the bathrooms and locker rooms. These are places they can be hidden without being able to pin point who's drugs they are. The loss would make a person think twice about bringing more on grounds.
School Board Member
Perhaps the names are actually a reference to Ba'al from Stargate SG-1. The duplicates are some of his clones.
When it comes to income, Maine residents are more reliant on government payments and derive a smaller percentage from earnings than the rest of the country.
That is out of another article in todays paper.
Just wondering when the anti anything that creates jobs people are going to get a clue.
Finding ways to better educate all of the students is what the gathering at LES is about tonight (10/15/13) at 6pm.
Hopefully this is what you really mean, to be doing.
Instead of just finding rationalizations for leaving the relationship the towns voted 5 to 1 to enter into.
Neil, thank you for sharing your honest view points.
Someone has to have the backbone to say the truth, sometime.
Why don't you send some people over to the Federal parks, open them and send the Feds a bill for service provided?
How does the person on the bike feel about a dog that isn't on a leash chasing them?
The NY exchange isn't the only exchange. The pink sheets/over the counter will still carry the shares as it does for other companies, your brokerage account will deal with that.
I just thought it was humorous that the article said the shares would be sold on craigs list.
Hopefully the company will regroup and have positive earnings, enabling it to pay down it's 1.5 billion $ in debt.
It does make one curious if the towns that the mills are in will be like Detroit, in a fashion.
Dwindling manufacturing and payroll and retirement commitments that are unsustainable.
It may just be good to ponder these things and see if the outlay can be redused to less than the input, before a crisis occurs instead of trying to figure out what to do after the fact.
It would only be prudent.
Are you folks fools enough to believe that there is such a thing as a temporary tax increase?
Maine aught to do what Rumford is doing now. http://www.sunjournal.com/news/river-valley/2013/06/19/rumford-board-hac...
The people voted down the budget and the town council is actually working on doing what the people want and need done.
No one that is used to spending a pile of money wants to be told they have to slow down, and work with what can be afforded. It takes time some times to have some acceptance, of reality.