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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Slow day

Posted By on Tue, Feb 13, 2007 at 4:30 PM

I've been working on the print edition and distracted from blog stuff. A couple of notes have passed over the desk that might find their way into future news stories.

One is about graffiti on commercial buildings in the Heights. Neighborhood kids or gangs? Either way it's expensive to cleanup.

Another is a PTA meeting tonight at Carver Magnet School on Sixth Street. Some parents aren't happy they didn't get notice of Judge Willard Proctor's Cycle Breakers \probation program that is going into a building a few hundred feet from the school. They also aren't happy that some school folks turned up at a neighborhood meeting on the project and were treated as if people with kids in the school somehow didn't count as neighbors. TV is to be on hand tonight.

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