Monthly Archives: January 2011

Things are falling into place.

It is not a coincidence that Newburyport Development is just now starting to make a move forward. You would have to be blind not to notice that for such an organization that was for a while aggressively buying up properties, … Continue reading

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She gets no respect!

Rodney Dangerfield, famous for “I don’t get any respect…”    Well, what about Mayor Holaday? She’s wheelin’ and dealin’ in D.C. – influential at the State House.        Get’s her ‘big deal’ passed on the Paid Parking Plan and the Parking Garage.       … Continue reading

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It is not a coincidence.

As I made it very clear throughout the last year, the Paid Parking Plan was not about the Paid Parking Plan.      As a conservative, I would naturally want to avoid the nickel and diming to death of a quick visit … Continue reading

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George Whitfield – Rock Star

Historical revisionism is when a people of a particular time try to interpret based on their own values the actions of the past.    You’ve heard of SNL’s ‘Bad Theater’.      Well, documentaries that are produced using historical revisionism is ‘Bad History’.   … Continue reading

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A Shift into another Area of Interest

Clipper City Rail Trail has been an unbelievable success.         Not only has it been used heavily but from the calls to the DPS, so many are using it even during the snow storms that the trail has to be plowed … Continue reading

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Quick Note: Newburyport Opinion has been re-opened.

This year will be the year of the local historic district ordinance.         I would appreciate any input on the following options as indicated in the Newburyport Opinion section. -P. Preservationist http://www.ppreservationist.com * As for the Newburyport Post, I don’t banter … Continue reading

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Who’s the Bully?

This Thursday night is going to be fascinating.       With this strange obsession on bullies, citizens and educators aught to attend this workshop being held at the City Council Chambers at 7:00 when the Planning Board, the Historical Commission, the ZBA … Continue reading

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