wow. a list of meh
to answer the tranquilizer supply question: helicopters/planes could have flown the sedatives in.
to respond to the knee-jerk reaction by the woman who was thinking these so-called law officials did the right thing 'because a child could have had their throat ripped" ... then stay in your house and don't let your kids outside, either.
Even Jack Hanna said on the news the animals were 'hunkered down' because of the rain.
This could have been handled better and the fella who had these animals should have been stopped long ago. ... jus my two cents.
This message is aimed at the person who found parking in Tremont troubling. I too, lived in Tremont for nearly 10 years (9.5 if you'd like me to be precise). Part of the charm of Tremont is that it is an urban oasis neighborhood. Unless you have a garage (and I was fortunate to be able to build one), parking is going to be an issue.
I ask you: Have you ever tried living in Chicago's neighborhoods? DC's? You run into the same issue. I recall parking (easily) 4-6 blocks away from my apartment when I lived in DC on a daily basis. Public transportation was out of the question bc I worked in outside sales.
At least we don't have to pay the same amount as a mortgage to park our cars in garages like they do in NYC....(imagine having to take a taxi just to get to your garage!)
Also, you infer an 'us vs them' scenario regarding Tremont West Development Corporation. Whereas I don't profess to know anything more than what you shared about this situation, I do know as a former board member and community advocate/activist and co-chair of my Block Club that if one wanted something done, all one needed to do is be active to encourage positive change.
Perhaps your landlord or your home if you were a homeowner did not offer nor care to provide parking.... if this is the case, the onus was on you and your choice of dwelling. There are many homes WITH garages, driveways, etc. in Tremont.
So Tremont wasn't for you... that's ok. At least you gave it a shot. It's a wonderful neighborhood and I hope you enjoyed the amenities and sense of community while you were there.
Congrats to Tim Smith of Community Greenhouse Partners for cultivating his vision towards reality!
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