Is important to do everything we can to save lives! don like restrictions more than the next person but I believe red light cameras save lives and money, Geraldine Lipov of Sarasota contributed. Need to realize we pay for the ambulances and fire trucks responding to accidents, not to mention the innocent people who are injured or killed by red light runners. Would like to see the cameras taken out, Myles Peter Rogers of Sarasota contributed.
This cradle of civilization features over 2,000 islands which stretch from Turkey to the east and the Ionian sea in the west. So close together, on Mediterranean yacht charters you can sail from one island to the next in only a few hours’ time. In a single day you have plenty of opportunities to explore the sometimes rugged, sometimes civilized, always beautiful landscape..
Steelers cruise to a 34 6 victory. Mike tomlin: ‘you know significant day for us. Our last regular season road game, finishing 7 1, getting our 12th win, securing our ticket to the 2nd round. This prompted a comment from another customer: all make funny noises when we get that old. Gift shop in front can seem cheesy: Greeting cards, gag gifts, Beanie Babies. But Rick Fairless is proud of its 1950s candy collection.
FILE In this Jan. 16, 2010 file photo, Iraq former prime minister Ayad Allawi, left, Saleh al Mutlaq, center, and Sunni lawmaker Dhafir al Ani, right, confer during a rally announcing the Iraqiya Alliance in Baghdad, Iraq. Iraq parliament on Saturday Dec 18 2010 lifted a ban on three Sunni Muslim politicians barred from running in national elections last March after being accused of having ties to Saddam Hussein ousted regime.
BC Hydro remains concerned about the potential for some isolated flooding along the Courtenay River during the King Tides on Saturday and Sunday mornings. It will be dependent on the timing of the peak flows out of the Browns and Tsolum rivers. As a heads up, BC Hydro reached out to key Comox Valley emergency response agencies yesterday and communications continue..
“He was happy and shiny and mysterious. His art was kind of a tedious repetition, which people like . Public art is becoming a ?hot topic? both here in Laguna and in Pasadena where last week the art issue became so heated that an arts commissioner resigned over ?inappropriate council interference? in artistic decisions. Yet the real problem in both communities where we reside is a lack of public participation in the selection process. If we expect art that is valued by local citizens, then they need to be involved.