I have lived in the Falls since 1968. My great-great grandfather was one of the village founders. I have served the community in multiple ways: Firefighter, various boards and commissions and for many years was president of the Falls Cable Access Corp. Currently I own, and am active in, a restaurant equipment manufacturing company.
Sometime after dark on Saturday night you stopped by my home and left a campaign brochure at my front door for me to see.
It contained the usual yada - experience, leadership, education, family and the like. Thank you.
Several months ago I wrote that I was so disgusted with the seemingly endless campaigning and debating during the primaries that I would no longer listen to any more campaign messages.
Not exactly true. I could dance around the earlier statement by saying that the statement is no longer "operational". Or perhaps that - "you are taking it out of context".
What a nice Sunday afternoon it was considering that it's mid-October. I decided to get outside and take care of some of my tree leaves before anymore blow over to my next door neighbor. After that I drained most of the garden hoses and stashed them away for the winter. Later, outdoor spigots were drained and I'm feeling pretty good about being ready for winter. Next week I'll start in on the Christmas lights if the weather is good.
While I was doing that, my bride took off and went for a five-mile run which is her usual Sunday fare. Somewhere along the route she needed to stop at Rotary Park's comfort station - an oasis of sorts for those in need.
are very slow, but grind exceedingly fine."
That phrase works well if you are a dung beetle. Eat it if you wish, but justice is hard to come by if an election is at hand and if a favorite candidate's actions might cause harm to the party that has the largest local support.