Imagine a stream of kindness coursing though the faculty and staff of a little school. A colleague hands you a gift and a notebook with the latest page dedicated to you with a brief but fulsome appreciation of your kindness to them. You glance back at previous pages to find that the whole journal is a series of accolades from colleague to colleague over the years.
Having parked further down the road, near the diner, we had just crossed High Street when I couldn’t locate my mask in my much-too-messy purse. I thought maybe I had left it in the car, so I turned around to go back and check. There was a car on High Street but I thought it was parked as the engine had shut off.
There is a color that I find myself often enjoying both in life and in the garden. Yes, I love orange! It is a color I particularly love in the garden and was musing over how many folks tell me that they don’t want any orange. There is the tribe of people that only want cool colors like purple, lavender, pink and white and I get that. T
Once upon a time, there was a little kid named Jack who lived in a big castle surrounded by a moat full of piranhas and tiger sharks. Inside the castle grounds, Jack planted four beans in his garden. The sun shone often. The rain fell when the plants needed a drink. Everything was perfect.
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THREE APPLICATIONS EXAMINED: A LOT LINE CHANGE, MINOR SUBDIVISION, AND A SPECIAL USE PERMIT REQUEST FOR SEWAGE LINE- November 2021
William Duke: Re: Water and Sewer Connection at 486 Main Street: Bill Duke spoke in regards to connecting a building which he also owns to the sewage laterals at 506 Main Street. This would link the two buildings without tearing up Main Street to access sewer lines.