Also, several old barrack structures on Washington Avenue near Grant Avenue, which housed quarry workers were in such deplorable condition that 200 citizens of Franklin attacked the buildings with disinfectant solutions in March 1893. They later raised enough money to purchase the structures and apply the kindling torch. Such was the character of our forefathers and their concern in maintaining a high standard of living..
25th Street become a pedestrian mall to help local restaurants with social distancing? Editorial Board RoundtableCould part of W. 25th Street become a pedestrian mall to help local restaurants with social distancing? Editorial Board RoundtableThe idea of more pedestrian malls in Cleveland to promote foot traffic and help entertainment districts recover should have new appeal these days, especially given the relatively robust residential picture downtown and in other entertainment hubs, like Ohio City, Tremont, Detroit Shoreway, Waterloo Arts, Shaker Square, Kamms Corners and University Circle. As the old saying goes, where there a will, there a way.
I’ve even had to smack a few to get them to work. And then the faucets with the push down buttons! What a joke they are! You push the button and get 2 seconds of water if you’re lucky. I find you have to generally push it down and keep it down with one hand while washing the other.
Polarized sunglasses work by eliminating the glare caused by the sun refracting off of the water. Without the glare caused by the suns rays, you can see into the water. For example, I spend 90 % of my fishing time wading in rivers. Philip Ellison during a hearing in Saginaw County court in 2014.The proceedingsbeganthree years ago inApril 2013, when Hemlock attorney Philip L. Ellison sued Oakley village Clerk Cheryl Bolfon behalf of Oakley residentShannon Bitterman, alleging violations from a closed meeting in November 2012.The trustees held a closed meeting that violated the Open Meetings Act, the lawsuit alleges, and Bolf improperlymadechanges to meeting minutes, intentionally violating the act.Attorneys representing Bolf argueshe is not considered a public official for the purposes of the Open Meetings Act.The original lawsuit alleges officials met in private, and approved employment contracts, including some that kept village positions filled with outgoing trustees.Bolf, an elected non voting official,faces no charges related to the allegations.A Saginaw County Circuit Court judge ruled in December 2014 that violations of the act occurred, but did not issue an injunction as Ellison requested. Ellisonappealed the case, and the Court of Appealsruled in February2015 that Bolf was not considered a public official under the Open Meetings Act.Ellison appealed to thestate Supreme Court, which agreed in November to hear arguments related to the “public official” issue.”The practical reality of the outcome of this is it going to set who is responsible for making sure the government is operating in an open and transparent way,” Ellison said Monday, April 4.Bolf Massaron of Bloomfield Hills based Plunkett Cooney, argues in a motionsubmitted to the MichiganSupreme Court that Bolf is not considered a public official and alternatively, argues there is no proof the sheintended to violate the act.”I was trying to put the minutes as they wererecorded.