“To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism.”
Submitted by Name: vacant
Comments: There are a lot of big holes on both east and west main st, that's what we pay Damon's Main Street Director for-to keep track of all of the vacant store fronts. But not to worry, Andrew's Alley is going to draw all kinds of people to Main Street.
Added: September 3, 2015 01:26:29 PM
Submitted by Name: closing
Comments: 103 E. Main is going out of business after many years. That will leave a big hole between Shooters and the Ohio Theater.
Added: September 3, 2015 07:51:32 AM
Submitted by Name: Vet bet
Comments: Rumor has it there's talk of a big Veteran project headed to the county. I keep hearing bits and pieces about some half million dollar donation, zip lines or maybe trails or obstacle course. Sounds like the heritage trail. You know all the veteran news , Is there something else cooking JB?
Added: September 3, 2015 04:54:00 AM
Submitted by Name: Tami RN
Comments: And to you as well Mr. Warren. Thank you for the kind words.
Added: September 3, 2015 04:46:35 AM
Submitted by Name: It Stinks
Comments: To Manure Neighbor: My question about the school vegetables is this: What are kids learning from shucking corn? How many paid staff hours are cut by using student labor? How many ears of corn must a student shuck before they are considered ready for a career in one of Madison's restaurants or as a migrant field worker?
Added: September 2, 2015 11:11:32 PM
Submitted by Name: a vote for the right guy
Comments: dumbo as the great people of the forum calls him.has my vote.yes i want my house fix up on your dime
Added: September 2, 2015 10:35:44 PM
Submitted by Name: MR. WILLIAM M. WARREN From: MADISON
Comments: I do thank Tami, R.N. for what is obviously a well-researched, in-depth, passionate and otherwise complete in all respects and requisites post. Perhaps I shall re-think my support of the C.A.C. PERHAPS!?! Nonetheless, I know Mr. Lewis/Mr. Mote and staff to be effective prosecutors bar none save, possibly, the Alcorn/Goering team. But I'll not dwell on the above subject matter except to point out to critics of O.M.COM that Tami,R.N.'s post is one that is an excellent example of command of subject matter, measured and logical thinking, emotion/rancor/animosity-free, genuine and authentic yet sparkling insight with no tinge of instinctual negativism or bitter invective. In sum; well said and well done Tami, R.N. Pass The Peace And Peace Be With You.
Added: September 2, 2015 09:26:46 PM
Submitted by Name: bubba
Comments: The dog ate the police report!! Vote for dumbo.
Added: September 2, 2015 09:08:51 PM
Submitted by Name: JB
Comments: Okay the rest of the story, I was told by the city worker that it was the garbage truck that hit the wall. Which is it now?
Usually when a vehicle causes property damage to private property a police report is made.
I was unable to find a police report thus assuming this was most likely a hit and run accident or maybe just the city trying to hide negligence.
This is not intended to embarrass Washer.
BTW I did not see stop-it johnson, nor a work permit nor an approval permit from the hystericals.
Yes a picture does say it all- the city is complicit and the photo proves it. Nothing else needs to be said except your tax dollars are at work!
Just a drop in the bucket.
Added: September 2, 2015 09:04:28 PM
Submitted by Name: City Slicker
Comments: These city officials and employees seem to forget that they are OUR employees.. They work for US. We foot the bill for their payroll. Most people cannot use work resources for personal use. As mentioned, insurance should have covered the costs, instead of ME.