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Should former homes located in the business district require an exemption to be used as a residence?

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Backwoods

Feb-22-14 11:03 AM

You're right St0newa11, diversion keep people minds away from what the real issues are.

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st0newa11

Feb-22-14 10:21 AM

D163..., doesn't it kind of remind you of what the White House is doing? Any time things look bad for them, they create a new situation to switch focus.

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D163655

Feb-22-14 8:33 AM

100 year old homes are now in the wrong block. Beautiful art gallery signs are too big. 500 thousand dollars still missing, raising taxes. I think all this is smoke and mirrors to keep us from focusing on how poorly are so called leaders are running this town

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RANDOO

Feb-22-14 7:27 AM

IF YOU'VE LIVED THERE HALF A LIFE TIME OR THE HOUSE HAS BEEN IN THE FAMILY FOR 100 YEARS,WHY NOW?WHY NOW? PROBABLY A FEW BUCKS IN IT FOR THE CITY.THEN THE STATE AND COUNTY WILL WANT THEIR SHARE.EVERY THING IS GOING TO*****IN A HAND BASKET.

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