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May 06, 2009



interesting that this got slightly smaller percentage of "yes" votes than measure h. this wouldn't have passed if the city had gone back for another assessed property value vote!

since it did pass...make sure the city's measurements on your property are correct. mine have been inaccurate twice upon contacting the city. the city is using ESTIMATES on property's impermeable area, NOT ACTUAL measurements. also using google earth photos to measure impermeable areas. accuracy is important as this will affect you for the next 30+ years!

Anson Bgame

Does anyone know if the storm drain signs are recyclable? It doesn't say on the sign.

Kevin Osborne

Agreement has been made with Allied Waste services, please put your signs on or near your trash can or recycle bins on your designated pick up day. No need to fold or cut up the signs, Allied will take as is.

Maybe, maybe not

I guess someone forgot to tell the guys on the Allied Waste truck. My sign and my neighbors sign got left behind today


Hey Joe Baylock...terms like "live in the hills" and "live in the flats" are a bit backward. Unless you're ok with "hill" people being called "hillbilies"

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