I forgot how easy/awesome it is to work Monday at the Donut Shop. Speaking of working at the Donut shop, if you’re looking for a part-time job. We’re looking for a few good men & ladies. Visit the store 10730 Q St. Or visit http://DunkinDonuts.com to apply.
The word of the day is hebdomadal which is taking place, coming together, or published once ever seven days.
We have work today, I will do 8.5+ hours.
Then we have our Douglas County Republican Party meeting. Lou Ann Goding is the featured speaker. Announced Monday. She is the Vice President of the Omaha Public Schools Board of Education. I’m excited to hear what she has to say about the bond issue.
Which I’m on record as saying will pass 3-2.
I’m also thankful for the planning department who saved us up to (& not excluding $18,000,000).
This is a letter I @Jean_Stothert sent to organizations supporting Omaha’s Bike-Pedestrian Coordinator position and the feedback the we are taking a step backwards:
Our commitment to safe transportation for everyone has never been limited to just one person and it won’t be now.
Since it was created four years ago, the bike-pedestrian coordinator’s salary has been paid primarily with private funding. As that money runs out, and the donors are not renewing their financial support, the position will be eliminated, but our commitment to safe, accessible multi-modal transportation will in fact, be expanded.
my take As a non-car owner. I’m clearly for the multi-modal transportation. As a taxpayer, I’m for government reducing costs, unnecessary services, eliminating duplicated services. I’m glad that Carlos was here to facilitate change. But the ALAC is a better use of time, money, & other resources. A position will be eliminated, but will there be a vacuum in that area, no. I know Julie & she will do a great job being chair of this committee.
I also ride from/to 108th & Q to midtown/downtown. We are lacking east/west trails, but that is something we as riders know about.
We Don’t Coast in Omaha. There are too many hills.
Good Morning & Happy Monday folks. Today is Monday 11/04/V3.4 & it is a great day.
Mayor Jean Stothert’s is having two community forums today. The one at 24th & Lake is about Jobs. This is her effort to reach out to North Omaha. The meeting starts at 1200. She is also having her 1st District Town Hall Meeting. It is at Benson Library 6015 Binny St. The meeting time is at 1830, I won’t be at either.
Does anyone have a Mario Kart/Nintendo Costumes?
The word of the day is skeigh which is proudly.
So CBS has screwed up again. The Mentalist did not start at 2100, which means my pre-scheduled program didn’t record it in its entirety. I can’t roar right now because it is only 0545 & there might be people sleeping in the area.
I’m listening to Katy Perry’s PRISM.
Going to have me some bacon for breakfast.
I’ve only got to do 1 thing today, besides eat and sleep.
Today is Wednesday 07/24/V3.4 and I’m NOT jealous of Leonard.
So what’s going on today?
It was pointed out yesterday, via a voicemail that I lied on my blog and I know it. I had a neighborhood meeting and none of my friends or members of Team Vernon J didn’t want to go at 17.00. So if you went to Crescent Moon Alehouse and expected to see me, I’m sorry that you couldn’t see me.
If you were previously made aware of my lack ability to come to Crescent Moon Alehouse and had specific instructions about how I could be there. That’s on you, brother of Katie & Susie.
The word of the day is grammatology which is the scientific study of systems of writing.
So the President of Omaha Firefighter Union is suing the City, again. You can visit your favorite local news source or legal digest. I’d like to share with you KMTV Action 3 News report on the issue. Firefighter Union Sues City, Mayor – www.kmtv.com, but I can tell you that Steve (it’s probably Steven). They include the entire document is included on the website, for you to read. After reading the lawsuit and in my opinion, I think the City of Omaha will stand strong in this lawsuit. Of course I’d imagine that it will be very complicated and won’t be resolved to the satisfaction of the suing party. I’m not a lawyer and if you take this as sound legal advice, you’re not as smart as a fifth grader.