[and] to sponsor and encourage . Schools then don’t have to turn to raising property taxes for these projects. Todd prichard (d) charles city, ia these are funding mechanisms and these are tools the particularly the optional sharing our tools that been particularly useful in real districts like where i’m from in charles city and the small towns that i represent and it’s something that we need to extend lowerthird2line:state rep. Linda upmeyer (r) speaker of the house i do appreciate the schools concerns because we are approaching the point where it’s very difficult to bond for anything they want a new school building or major repairs it’s very hard to bond if we don’t extend the save so i’ll take a good hard look at that another fund educators are focusing on is the operational sharing fund where schools can share specific staff members such as a superintendent, like osage schools.
(Lionwatcher) 3. Despite initially approving the “Participation Medal/Chuck e Cheese” motion, the Terps have requested their Party be held at McDonalds. Turns out Chuck’s signed with Converse and Ronald Protects His HOUSE! (Lucky Laxer) Now 17 3, the Maryland Terps beat UNC in ACC play and chained down the Georgetown Bulldogs.
During the seven years I been involved with the Host Agency segment of our travel agent distribution system, I have seen many Host Agencies come into the picture; each one with a different business model. I made it my business to learn as much as I can about Host Agencies because that my business, they are my competitors for the most part and I can also learn from them. Too often I see business models that I know won work in the long run and those are the ones that will eventually affect the payment of commissions to their affiliated agents.
Not quite alone in Berlin Hans Fallada’s powerful novel, Alone in Berlin, was one of my best reads last year. It’s always gratifying when a ‘serious’ novel makes it in a book world saturated by over hyped discounted trash and it’s a good thing that so many people have read this one. He was legendary in the world of community based learning and was the last person I remember describing himself as a Marxist.
I was very disappointed to read today’s page one “NRA” column by Andrew Wolfson. While it’s a tragedy that Louisville has already broken its homicide record in 2016 with four months left on the calendar, the CJ shouldn’t see it as an opportunity to criticize good people with whom they may disagree. In all conscience, how does one conflate the advocacy efforts of law abiding, model Louisvillians with the consequences of an out of control gun war? Does the CJ, or Congressman Yarmuth really think the young people murdering each other in our streets care about what new gun restrictions the city might bring to bear? Andrew Wolfson whom I understand is an NRA member in good standing himself owes Ed Glasscock, Jim Patterson and Jimmy Dan Conner an apology for such an unfair piece.