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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Who's gonna pay?

Posted By on Tue, May 5, 2009 at 7:24 AM

Fox 16's David Goins tumbles this story from last night's newscast.  An elderly couple in Little Rock is dealing with a large sinkhole in their front yard.  City officials met to see if they were legally obligated to help pay to fix the problem.  Goins says the city isn't legally obligated to do anything.  However, it may cost more, politically speaking, if they don't do something

Tumblr is a great way to stay in touch and even catch news items like this one.  It's basically a really simple blogging platform with a social networking capability.  I'm tumbling at bytheby.tumblr.comLeslie Peacock, our managing editor, is tumbling about the local art scene at arkansasartnotes.tumblr.com

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