The chart in this email is probably most persuasive to me, but here’s another view on the Public Market – to keep it on the east side.
Bus stops are finally closing on the Isthmus. After years of trying, it finally happened. Now if you don’t like it, you should give input!
Because it is needed more there . . . just trying to be neighborly.
You work til 5:00? Only 3 meetings start after 5:00 this week . . . the other 17 meetings will be done or done with public comment by the time you get there. and you only have 15 minutes or a half hour to get to the other 3 meetings, good luck with that given the downtown traffic and parking.
Unless you spilled all over it repeatedly, stained it, had bad pets or otherwise did something “unusual” to it! From the Tenant Resource Center . . .
Tenant Resource Center is everywhere, the Occupy Madison “OM Build” Workshop moves to our new OM Village, and lots of great music as my worlds collide during moving weekend (August 15th!) in Madison.
Tenant Resource Center’s annual warning to folks who don’t always think things through . . .
County Redistricting, Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) a.k.a. which roads get fixed or redone, CDBG Committee hearing on housing, homelessness and economic development funding, City Economic Strategy, New Jail Public Forum and Neighborhood Conference.
From the Tenant Resource Center . . . cuz moving day isn’t just about where to put your garbage and how to survive the construction.
I have nothing brilliant to say about today’s elections except if you want to vote for the most (small p) progressive person in Subeck vs. Clear its a no-brainer, vote for Subeck. To call Clear a progressive is an insult.
Actually, on Saturday morning, when parents are likely to have time to assist with moving there’s a mini-marathon in the downtown area, plus Farmers Market and Football Family Fun Day. Sounds like no fun!