[Nfbmo] Fw: [nfbmi-talk] Newbie...
b.schulz at sbcglobal.net
Mon Oct 26 18:31:10 UTC 2009
it was even more fun being at the cars division car show and seeing what or
what his car couldn't do.
check out the letters to the editor section of the post today and read the
letter from the mayor of fenton.
there is no ending period for the tax even after the equipment is paid for.
second, casinos will be exempt from the ban.
if smoking is so bad for you, no place should get an exemption just because
they have the bucks and lobbyist to backdoor an exemption so i will vote no
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Sent: Monday, October 26, 2009 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: [Nfbmo] Fw: [nfbmi-talk] Newbie...
> Hi Fred,
> This really was a fun post - I'm not a car geek but I enjoyed this
> fellows obvious enthusiasm for his vocation.
> I wanted to let you know that I had a bad bike accident with anothe
> cyclist a week ago in Forest Park. He's fine, and I am too, now, but I
> went flying 10 feet or so and got banged up a bit. Nothing broken, no
> fractures and no
> tears or serious injury but I sure feel sore and stiff. I'm getting
> back into my activities but I've not done a whole lot for the last week.
> I'm going to try to contact the Board of Elections regarding the issue
> of people not being aware of how to work the accessible voting systems but
> it won't make much of a difference for this election.
> BTW, there are two important propositions coming up next Tuesday - one
> of them is a request to pay for the necessary equipment changes for all
> first-responders (firemen, police, etc.) to standardize on one frequency
> so that in regional
> emergencies, they can coordinate on the same wavelength. We all know what
> happened in New York after 911 because of incompatible systems.
> The other is Proposiiton N, which is a county-wide smoking ban for some
> businesses. Essentially, all restaurants and public buildings will be
> smoke-free, but some bars anc clubs that don't offer a siginificant amount
> of food have 5 years to
> adapt to non-smoking status. It's not as strong as I would like but it
> will make a big difference. The City passed a similar ordinance last week
> but it is contingent on the counnty passing Prop N. I hope you can make
> it to the
> polls next Tuesday - I'll be setting up signs at local polling places for
> Prop N.
> What's new?
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