No One Hurt in Orchard/Clark Street Fire

Fire is an unexpected but constant threat  and apartment occupants today at Clark and Orchard on the Bench experienced a horrible fire, fueled by the plastic composition of hot tubs or spas and pallets.  One woman on oxygen was removed from her apartment by two workers from a nearby tire store, who promptly went door to door to advise them of the danger.  Below you can see a plume of black smoke that could be seen a mile away.  The next picture shows what is …

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Nazis: Move Somewhere Else

 

 

 

 

Like many of you, my family members served in World War II. My dad was an Army Sergeant; at 49 my grandfather (of German descent) left his business in his partners hands to join the Army to help plan the war in Washington; cousins interrupted their lives and served. They were fighting evil: The Nazis. It is sickening anyone now would adopt this evil philosophy, whether it is the disgusting graffiti left at two Boise restaurants, or the person causing mayhem this week. America …

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BILL TO EXEMPT SNOW REMOVAL FAILS

Good news and “Thank You”.  House Bill 251 which eliminated snow removal from a definition of maintenance in State Law regarding required ACHD responsibilities is no longer viable. We need to work together to resolve the Boise City/Ada County dispute.  It passed out of committee to be amended, but the bill fizzled as resistance increased.  Your emails were a big help.  Pictured are streets (yes there are two there in the Camas/Cole Road area that weren’t plowed until about January 10. Here is what I had to say …

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