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8:24 am on Thursday, April 18, 2013
Doremus - here is meaning of the term from the USGS. The term "100-year flood" is used in an attempt to simplify the definition of a flood that statistically has a 1-percent chance of occurring in any given year. Likewise, the term "100-year storm" is used to define a rainfall event that statistically has this same 1-percent chance of occurring. In other words, over the course of 1 million years, these events would be expected to occur 10,000 times. But, just because it rained 10 inches in one day last year doesn't mean it can't rain 10 inches in one day again this year.
7:56 am on Tuesday, April 2, 2013
And to think Kolb is getting his name in the news for free a week prior to the election. Well played
12:59 pm on Tuesday, February 5, 2013
I don't think it's unreasonable to have an accounting of the how the money was spent by the Chamber.
2:49 pm on Friday, January 25, 2013
MJ - can you provide specifics as to the sweet deals that were tied to "big campaign bucks". Lets keep claims like this fact based and not speculate. Please share the facts so that all of the residents of Elmhurst can make an informed decision at that ballot box
2:39 pm on Friday, January 25, 2013
The City is not required to give the School or Park district anything. The city is trying to be a good partner and there seems to be a "we want more" attitude on at least the part of the school board.
9:45 am on Friday, January 11, 2013
Darlene Heslop - you have now gotten your name in the local news a number of times in the past two weeks. Are you trying to raise you name recognition and by doing so position yourself as a better candidate in your next run for public office. If that was your motivation, it has not worked out to well for you now has it.
I feel that you should be responsible for your and reimburse the City and School District for the out of pocket costs incurred as a result of your frivolous conduct.
7:52 am on Tuesday, January 8, 2013
What did the challenge cost the Taxpayers of Elmhurst. Not only in the real dollars that are paid to the City Attorney but also in terms of time for the Acting Mayor, City Clerk and the Alderman. Thanks Ms. Heslop for increasing, on again, the cost of running local government for the Taxpayers with the frivolous challenge.
1:51 pm on Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Intresting that tonights topic for the PTSA meeting is Athletics and Activities. Had Rudder did not hand in his resignation I am sure that the feedback from tonights meeting would have been used to terminate him. Masterful move by Ms. Smith. I wonder is she looking outside of York for her next job like she was at the end of last school year.
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