Monthly Archives: May 2014

The courts have gone from the sublime to the ridiculous

So it looks like Bob Dascola has weaseled himself on to the ballot for the August primary. As you have probably guessed, I am none too pleased. Mr. Dascola has sued the City of Ann Arbor over his right to … Continue reading

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A cowboy, a curmudgeon, a biker and a normal guy

Ann Arbor wins a lot of awards and titles, but I am glad that we are not known for having THE craziest political debates.  Idaho has earned that honor.  OMG…you can’t make this stuff up. Have you heard about the … Continue reading

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It is good to not be the Columbus Zoo

Woot Woot!!!  The AAATA Transit Millage passed! The organizers of the More Buses Campaign did a fantastic job and deserve a million kudos for all their hard work.  I am quite pleased, as I know many of you are. However, … Continue reading

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Vote YES on Transit Millage on Tuesday, May 6

There is an election this Tuesday, May 6.  The only item on the ballot is a proposal to increase our public transportation millage.  It’s a good thing and I strongly support voting yes. The proposal states: PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT MILLAGE … Continue reading

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