Just witnessed a double tried-and-failed of the Terminal Tower challenge. That thing is HUGE and impossible!
that's a good tattoo artist.
You both sound kind of stuck up. Lakewood has a DIVERSE student population and not always the economic, parental support that some of the other suburbs with higher test scores and graduations rates. Try thinking about it in terms of the actual kids in the school district and their success rather then just the numbers they put up.
Well, this sucks.
The Board certainly did not "overlook" the concerns of the neighbors opposing the variance. They weighed the costs and benefits and decided that the money the Harp brings in for the city in taxes and fees, as well as the intangibles, like having a responsible, successful and committed establishment in a budding neighborhood, outweighed the inconvience experienced by some of the residents twice a year. Being a good neighbor works both ways, and sometimes in order to better your city and the community in which you live, you have to make some sacrifices. They are lucky they are only disturbed twice a year; that St. Ignatius with its sporting events and marching band practices disturbs me on numerous occasions.
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