The success of food trucks is in direct proportion to the population of the market area.
LA - 3,800,000
Philly - 1,500,000
Boston - 610,000
New York - 8,200,000
Toronto - 2,600,000
Rochester - 210,000
OMG...after the public meeting in Springwater and 400 comments , the state thinks they only need to clarify their intention not to drill on the land??? The intention was perfectly clear from the beginning and thats why people reacted so strongly.
Just put it in writing that oil and gas drilling for forever prohibited/banned on this land. It's that simple and will never be any need to clarify intentions again.
The project is only vital for a more rapid decay of our environment.
Ideological extremists and assorted crackpots have succeeded in tying up this vital project for far too long. Enough already with this insanity! America desperately needs the jobs, and the world needs the Canadian oil—which it is going get no matter what. Abolish the EPA, ship the most offensive environmentalist kooks off to Gitmo, and get on with it. Drill, baby, drill!!
A primary aim of scouting is to inculcate a virtuous character. Obviously it would be completely counter-productive to install adult leaders who espouse an immoral lifestyle.
By the way, the Warren campaign's charges are bunk. Last time I looked, the process for selecting a political party’s nominess, whether by a caucus for mayor or via voters participating in a state’s presidential primary, was designed to award the nomination to whoever obtained a majority of the votes. Naturally this meant that, should one candidate obtain that majority before all caucuses had met or before all states had held their primates, then unavoidably the votes of the later groups would be rendered superfluous.
So when a candidate wraps up their win early is this the result of racism or some other evil attempt at disenfranchisement or to discourage voter participation? Of course not. It’s simply a matter of timing. You want your vote to count? Then work to ensure that your caucus or your state primary is held early enough to have an impact. As Ben Franklin said, “You may delay, but time will not.”
Please note: There is no such thing as "permanent certification" for new teachers in NYS. Once you've completed your Master's and three years of teaching experience, professional certificates must be renewed every five years, contingent upon professional development.
If anybody expressed to me a desire to be a teacher, I would definitely query their motives.
If they want a good job with tenure, I'd suggest they try something else. If they feel called to it, for any number of reasons, they are at least motivated for the right reasons.
As a teacher, I can agree whole-heartedly with many of the claims made in Mr. Macaluso's article. Many of us do feel targeted and abused by many public perceptions. Even though we have Masters' Degrees, people seem to think we're still not professionals. The amount of stress we are under that has almost nothing to do with bringing high-quality education to the kids is tremendous.
Nothing is going to solve the problems in public education if the public doesn't believe in it or us.
Alaska for the win!
Ms. Fien - Thank you for the clarification. But I see that you didn't update the article itself and so unless someone reads your comment here they will receive an inaccurate view of the event.
Shouldn’t the statement now read,...
“The loss might even work to Warren’s advantage by reinforcing her campaign narrative of being an “outsider”: the candidate of the people versus the candidate of the city’s business interests.”?
GARY WALKER?! LOL. Does that mean I get to share his salary now? Actually, I campaigned for Bill Johnson 2 years ago -- not something Gary Walker would have done (at least not if he wanted to keep his job).
Interesting change of messaging. From Morelle's original press statement:
"The OVERWHELMING support for Mayor Richards expressed by the City Democratic Committee is an indication that the people of Rochester STRONGLY APPROVE of his leadership these past two years," (emphasis added)
Wonderfully written. My vote has to go to Jinxx for not only talent but the growth she has shown during the show and for being able to hold her head high for ALL genders, cultures, and people of any sexual preference to be entertained by. A true talent and star for All!
MJN, I should've been clearer. What I meant is that Richards is clearly the choice of the party machine, and the narrative Warren's campaign is using is that of someone who will represent people who feel disenfranchised: like they don't have a voice in city government.
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Its really hard to decide between JINKX/ALASKA. Both have proved to be worthy of the title. ROXY just take a back seat and observe how a superstar acts and how they treat people.
While there are some important things that the government should be doing in the name of science (I'm still upset at the shrinking of NASA), if the political will isn't there because of high-powered lobbying by a special interest group, the best way to fight back isn't to complain to little effect. While I (probably, based on the name) don't agree with "Gun Reform Advocate" about his/her solutions, I certainly agree that talking about it can be useful. But if you want to DO something about it, you've got options, and the government isn't the only one.
Several weeks ago on NPR's "Morning Edition," a segment of "Joe's Big Idea" discussed some scientists who were crowd-sourcing their research funding: http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/02/13… . I don't see why people seeking to do gun control research cannot do the same thing. There certainly are enough people who would/could help fund the work.
While I don't agree with gun control on a purely libertarian standpoint, I also feel that if you can't get the government to do what you want, then quit complaining and do it yourself (while I mourn the shrinkage of NASA, the void has left room for private enterprise to do at least some of the utilitarian work in space). If your findings are compelling enough, you can make a difference.
Love this area - used to live close by - but 102 units is awfully large. A somewhat scaled back version might just be the ticket. Then it would be a terrific addition to a really nice area.
@j.a.m., this is hardly the "inner city." Drive by it sometime. It looks a lot like the safe confines of your suburban apartment.
Jinkx Monsoon should be the next drag Superstar. She has literally blossomed on the show and honey..RuPaul may have loved her runway look but i thought it a hot mess..her bubblebutt looked fake and she was no beautiful at all. Jinkx Monsoon all the way..that's where MY people at.
and BTW..Jinkx doesn't even have to lipsynch..her voice is to die for. I think Jinkx embodies the new drag
This show is deliciously fabulous. Do you have the Remedial Program there to refer back to though?....Congrats to you to remember all the nuances. Also, to hear all the dialogue. I have alot of trouble hearing it. You are so right that the budget was huge for this show. The panoramic views were very incredible.
Couple of things: Who is the person that Margaery wants Sansa to wed?
They have totally toned down the make up on the Hound....looks more like a puppy who needs braces.
(Btw phone calls, not hearing well and eating dinner, I missed who was in the box that Varys had.
(and again, so right that Conleth Hill is superb)
Diana Rigg rocks.
Team Daenerys. Just the greatest seen. Ever.
I dont see how a parking lot with a garden next to it is a better alternative to Morgans plan. Morgan would bring additional tax revenue, density, and people to a neighborhood where new housing is in demand. Not to mention a dense development will encourage walking over driving in an already walkable area. Nearby Businesses would no doubt prefer Morgans plan also. In my opinion more parking and green space owned by Eastman is not what is needed for this site.
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