For Friday, January 22, 2020
How to use the millions is now up to the City Council, but included in this week’s City Council meeting agenda packet was a list of potential uses as presented by City Administrator Edward Bass. Read more on page 2A.
THE VOICE OF THE COMMUNITY: OPINION & ARTICLES OF INTEREST
New sidewalks added annually
By Christine Moore
It happens all the time. You’re driving through a neighborhood and wonder why it’s so dark on the streets at night! Yet another neighborhood has streetlights galore. The reality is when a subdivision is built, the developer determines how many streetlights, if any, will be put on the thoroughfares that we end up calling our neighborhood. Read more on page 2A.
Forward movements are shown
By Melissa Byrd, Orange County School Board, District
As we roll on in this new year, one thing is for sure: The pandemic is not stopping the planning, dreaming, and looking ahead. For me, last week was filled with hopeful meetings focused on plans for the future. Read more on page 2A.
There is still 40-plus percent who acknowledge the leader needed
By Richard Corbeil
Columnist’s note: When one replaces a genius, it becomes necessary to respect the talent, genius, and accomplishments of the target. The column was headlined “Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trump are treasures U.S. should not lose.” Read more on page 2A.
By Patti Bankson
Okay, the election is over and the Barbarians are at the gate … and guess who’s holding the gate open for them? Joe Biden, The Manchurian Candidate, of course. Read more on page 5A.
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