Spokesman for late state auditor found dead March 30, 2015
Tired of being loved for my intelligence and personality. Wanna be loved for my body.
Not a building, but that bombed-out eyesore across frm JCMG needs upkeep also. Sad what happened to that once nice hillside. Blight in this town has been overshadowed by conference centers, transformation and other illusions of grandeur. JC may need a demolition and dozer tax.
Really ? Do legislators lay awake at night thinking up useless legislation to sponsor for their 'legacy' ? Embarrasing. With all the problems this state has, surely lawmakers' time could be better spent. This state probably has enough designated roadways, critters and plants. Need to work on real issues that affect real people.
Dump this thing and fix the streets. Can't even find it on TV anyway and don't care.
Children's Pepto Bismal ? Oink !
The Lafayette interchange was originally conceived to facilitate access to the new federal court building and a redeveloped MSP area. Don't think there is a lot of traffic going to the court building. Who wants to go see the prison debris?
And at the height of BBQ season. Darn.
A Hwy 50 JC bypass from St. Martins to Taos would eliminate a lot of traffic on the 'Expressway'. 179 won't do because of its goofy interchange with 50. The expressway was built 50 years ago and needs to be redone with overpasses, no signals, and a 55mph speed limit. The 50 year old conrete on Dunklin needs to be milled and resufaced. Many overpasses along 50 need to be resurfaced.
Might want to consider putting a pictorial book togehter with JCFD at work on some of JC's past events. This would be interesting and a good fundraiser.
With all the jobs going to Mexico, one would think the border may need to be sealed to keep US citizens from illegally migrating into Mexico for all the new jobs there.. Hopeless Change.
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