Monthly Archives: October 2007

Hallowe'en

Hallowe’en is the best holiday. You take the kids out to trick or treat and neighborhood kids come by your house for candy. It reminds you why you love your neighborhood and your neighbors. Best of all, you can go … Continue reading

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Hurray For Rocky: Parking

Parking and traffic aren’t as sexy as new malls or theaters, billion dollar bonds, intense rivalries between the founding institutions of the city, or a national campaign to impeach the president. Parking and traffic won’t make the headlines of national … Continue reading

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Hurray For Rocky: City Parks And Open Space

Before Rocky was mayor our city had fine parks. Liberty Park, my own neighborhood park, was a treasure but like many city facilities it was falling apart. The Seven Canyons fountain was closed because it didn’t have a filtration system … Continue reading

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Hurray For Rocky: Light Rail

We Salt Lakers look forward to electing Ralph Becker to be our next mayor and we should look forward because Ralph’s vision and experience will help make Salt Lake the great Americans city it can be. But let’s also remember … Continue reading

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Peace In Washington Square

I was at Washington Square Saturday having a picnic with my family while the peace rally was going on. There were a few hundred people making their voices heard including the Progressive Democrats and the Quakers. The Quakers set up … Continue reading

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