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  1. Todd, that's just a silly sentiment... let's leave it empty until the time is right for a high rise? This city is far from lacking when it comes to space for a new high rise WHEN one is needed. A well designed, mid-rise and mixed use project would be perfectly appropriate here. Deborah Berke Partners may not be as high profile as the other two candidates but their work is certainly nothing to sneeze at. Let's at least see some renderings before the vultures start to circle, geez.

  2. quit giving this ginger money!

  3. I had exactly the opposite thought that Marshall did about the senator using a street-level office space. My reaction was, "What a great symbol of openness and desire to interact with constituents! Why don't more people do this?" Think of someone who has never reached out to a federal elected official, whether they'd prefer to walk into a place they can see or to disappear into an anonymous-looking office tower full of law offices and financial services. I think it says a lot about Donnelly and his staff that they want to open themselves to more interaction with the people they represent.

  4. WISH management originally "showed their appreciation" of their employees by not telling them about how LIN lost CBS programming. WISH associates found out via the trade publications their station will no longer have network programming, effective January 1st. Really sad to speak with account execs on how they basically have nothing long-term to sell advertisers. Will be interesting to see if new station manager and sales director can somehow make lemonade out of a corporate lemon.

  5. All this fuss over one home? Heck yes when the foundation invested almost $25,000 to get in to a condition where someone else could purchase it. The current owner is willfully negligent with its demolition and needs to be held accountable for the lost investment. When you buy a home in a historic you have to agree to abide by the convenants attached to your property ... no way to avoid them.

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