Monthly Archives: July 2012

So Far So Good!

God has been very merciful since the beginning of Yankee Homecoming.      We also desperately need the rain!       The precipitation has been coming but nicely timed to not interfere with the events this week. Ole’ Fashioned Sunday and the Civil War … Continue reading

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Councilor Tom O’Brien –

There are politicians who are in office to advance an ideology and there are others there for another reason.     That reason makes issues a far distant second.       He is a ‘mild’ dark sider but since his priority is not advancing … Continue reading

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A More Detailed Analysis than the ‘Scribe’s”

If you really want to know how things will proceed without the emotion and hoopla and name-calling, etc. I invite you to read Councilor Cronin’s excellent discussion as to how things will proceed with the LHD from this point forward. … Continue reading

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Councilor Tom Jones –

Tom Jones is a Townie.    The term may at first glance seem to be amorphous but townies have varying economic stations, different political views and are unique in personality every one of them. The big difference is the family connection. … Continue reading

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Councilor Dick Sullivan

I sense insecurity and yet someone who feels he must ‘carry-on’ the ‘fine’ traditions of the dark siders though in that field he may be way over his head.       He dresses up rather professionally and yet tries to uphold a … Continue reading

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Councilor Ed Cameron

I call Councilor Cameron a man of mystery – in other words, you can’t stereotype him.     You can try but there is just no way to stick him in a cubby hole and forget him. When listening to him conduct … Continue reading

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Councilor Greg Earls

This is a councilor with a foot inside liberal policies and one foot into the conservative world of business and the hard work of raising a family.      It is this mixture of oil and water that makes him so hard … Continue reading

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