ACLU lawsuit trial date set
Parents of a Lakeview Elementary student sued last year complaining about the “Praying Parents” group being allowed to meet in the school, about the school announcing the National Day of Prayer, and promoting “See You at the Pole.”
City officials pick animal control site
Year long search leads to prime city owned property
[which had already been considered and rejected at least once before]
Commission clears Elam of violation
[with a vote of 3-1, latest ethics complaint against Mayor Elam deemed to “unfounded.” It didn’t make any difference in the outcome, but once again, Mayor Elam voted to dismiss an ethics complaint made against her]
Vandals strike Del Webb community
[the word “anarchy” and pentagrams were spray-painted on the monument entrance]
Life imitates art. See Boomsday by Christopher Buckley. The rebellion of the young against the retiring boomers, driven by the crushing tax burden of paying for their pensions and health care.
Editorial teaser: The end of the Elam issue?
It’s too bad the editorials are never posted online. This one is worth reading. Key sentence:
“Apparently, for some reason, upper level city officials feel verbal agreements, handshakes and even a written agreement are not worthy of respect.”
Sort of sums up the current sad state of affairs in one sentence. Note to new city manager Robertson – watch your back!