According to an account by someone who was there, a large number of folks apparently had a good laugh because the letter opener appears to be of a single-family house. We all know that Bob is not going to build any of them, on the site.
There is going to be a demonstration at the Ponte Vista site. If you would like more information, please visit: http://www.rneighborhoodsare1.org/.
Here are the results of Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council's recent election or 12 at-large seats to their board.
Sue Castillo 126 elected
Larry R. Henderson 96 elected
Andrew Silber 128 elected
Bill Roberson 111 elected
Kara McLeod 112 elected
John M. Delgado Jr 101 elected
Dan Pasley 105 elected
Carrie Scoville 111 elected
Benetta Johnson 74 elected
Isaiah Alexander 137 elected
Oliver E. Buie - write-in 74 elected
Daryl Seybold - write-in 84 elected
Ballots Counted 220
Provisionals Issued 0
There were far fewer folks interested enough to cast ballots in this election compared to Northwest's recent election, and that is sad to note. As one very caring man wants you to know; "If you don't vote, you don't count!"
It does appear that the slate recommended by the Rudderless Steering Committee of R Neighborhoods Are 1 did quite well. Let's hope that these fine volunteers who are about to take their seats on Central's Board will work hard for all the folks in Central's area.
Trivia: Only about 3% of all the visitors to Denali National Park in Alaska take the 184-mile round trip from the Wilderness Access Center to Katnishna, Alaska and back. Only 28 total miles of road is paved.
I shall now get back to the short break. I hope everyone has/had a safe Friday the 13th.