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RON Ostrodamus April 24, 2014 at 06:29 PM
Much better than the posting by Theodore Page who apparently had another agenda in mind. Has anyone Read Morenoticed the nice job done with Barton Park (which suffers from being adjacent to E-Magine where employees on break too often toss wrappers, butts, cups etc), bags and bags of leaves branches and trash all filled by senior volunteers from Barton Towers? ps whose going to police the sidewalks in front of the bars downtown?
Theodore Page April 24, 2014 at 09:09 PM
Ron seriously? I would think you would understand that I am upset that the city is looking to sell Read Moreof the parks that I take my Grand kids to. I am not the enemy here. I want to show that these parks are important to me and I think that others would pitch in if they understood what was at stake.
Theodore Page April 24, 2014 at 06:43 PM
So... Your not planning on helping clean up a park?
RON Ostrodamus April 24, 2014 at 07:31 PM
Every day I walk through this city I stop to pick up a cup, or a piece of trash, or ask Reggie howRead Moreh e is doing, help him with his jacket, or hat, or feed him. I always have a few biscuits in my pocket for our least demanding four legged citizens. I grab doors for ladies with baby carriages. I chastise those that toss their cigarette butts on the ground but always have a friendly smile for all I meet. How dare you ask if I will sign up under the duress of seeing a local park close?. If I am available I will be somewhere encouraging word for all who go out of their way unselfishly for their fellow citizens and I have no aversion for pitching in when my health permits me to. So...Have you stopped beating your wife yet? And does NOYB mean anything?
Theodore Page April 24, 2014 at 07:57 PM
Wow. That's abusive. You don't get that we are on the same side do you? I'm trying to make somehing Read Morepositive here and all I get is negative spew from you. Have a nice day and hope to see you in a park on Saturday.
Jim Shortall April 23, 2014 at 09:29 AM
Ron, are you suggesting RO proper is falling down to the TWP level, or vice versa?
Jim Nasium April 23, 2014 at 09:43 AM
So to stick with your theme: Did you move out of Clinton Twp because your friends thought it wasRead Morenam ed after former President Bill Clinton?
RON Ostrodamus April 24, 2014 at 07:46 PM
Interesting conundrum you present Mr. Shortfall. As for the other Jim, in the spirit of yourRead More"h umor" is that Nasium, or Nauseum?
mpk2 April 22, 2014 at 07:27 AM
The more they work each day the quicker they will be done and out of your hair for good, well until Read Morethe next house on your street gets taken down and built back up
linn gold April 22, 2014 at 11:08 AM
The noise and dust is bad. The new housing is changing the face of this community. I find middleRead Morecla ss working people can not afford this kind of housing., no, middle class is not 150,00. an up .
l.c. April 23, 2014 at 10:05 AM
called code enforcement? used to be a 9pm curfew weekdays.
Philip April 23, 2014 at 11:35 PM
Lauren may be right, but how would anyone know? She says she has recordings, but it sounds from the Read Moreway she writes that they play only in her head. I wonder if there is someone else, certainly not the Feiger friend, Ron, who actually knows something about this situation and would comment for our benefit. Here's a suggestion, Lauren: first compose your comment in a word processor, then clean it up, copy, and paste it onto Patch. Then it will probably sound more like good sense and less like raving.
RON Ostrodamus April 24, 2014 at 08:27 PM
Pill, er Phill. I stated many times I need more information? And if you have not noticed I stated I Read Moream not that crazy about Feiger as he is just another legal cherry picker ( if you even know the meaning of that expression). When it comes to ethics I question 99.9 percent of practicing attorneys, especially those who use political office, or cater to those in political office. Hey Lauren! Did you say the sergeant actually got his job back? If so he owes a lot of that to you. Now what is going to happen to a neighbor who brandishes a pit bull like it was a gun everytime you bring bring your dog out for a walk? Minimally he should receive a ticket for creating a nuisance by not controlling his animal. NO ONE should have to tolerate this. I would hope you could find a pro-bono attorney to help you with this problem. And the city needs to review its policy of how aggressive breeds are managed especially after repeated complaints. I could see the city requiring minimally a six foot fence, or a one hundred thousand dollar insurance policy, again where there are repeated complaints. Unfortunately, we have a namby pamby mayor who steers clear of controversy. This is an issue where police advisement should be taken seriously as in too many cases an aggressive breed has repeatedly been proven as dangerous as a loaded gun. I am sure most police officers, fire, ems, and mail deliverers would agree.
Philip April 24, 2014 at 11:36 PM
Ron, on April 22, 2014 at 12:27 PM you wrote: "Maybe someone should call GeoffreyRead MoreFeiger?&quot ;