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  1. Sounds like a company that spends its resources shopping around municipalities for better deals. Following the articles it sounds like the est pay range for new jobs has dropped from $50k to $35k the past few years.

  2. If it's on the internet it MUST be true! I'll be sure to read about how the sausage is made from a guy who couldn't even follow the same laws he was in charge of upholding. Add another link to the "douche" folder.

  3. It is a nice strategy to approach parents or patients families for research. I really hope there will be a good progress especially in duchenne muscular dystrophy research.

  4. Mary, I've heard from several people that adding an interchange at 96th and Keystone is an 'when' not 'if' project. Brainard had tried and failed on at least one or more occasions applying for federal funds saying it's a shovel-ready project but ultimately that won't stop the project from getting done. I had also heard that completion of the interchange is on hold until the US 31 Hamilton County project wraps up at the end of 2015. If I was a betting man, I'd say before the end of the decade you'll see the elimination of the 96th street stoplight.

  5. I wonder what he really has to say about Carl Brizzi. They’re in litigation, so the best juicy stuff probably won’t ever make it to Charlie’s blog. But I’d love to be a fly on the wall when he spills his guts out loud about Brizzi. Please God, let Charlie White get drunk some night and blog the nasty backstory about Carl and the day he decided Charlie’s trial was such a slam dunk he didn’t need to put on any defense. I love to hear that story. Tell it again Charlie.