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Should residential properties be part of the East side grant program?

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Jul-18-14 8:27 AM

Well, if they aren't going to pay for my planters, I guess I'll just go buy a Chia Pet.

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Jul-17-14 8:54 PM

MTOMTO, grant money is out of the question. However, I am most certain that existing bylaws would allow for the transfer of existing abandoned car flower planters to your property once they have been re-abandoned by their former owners. I will do my part for the betterment of the community by lending you a trailer for the move.

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Jul-17-14 4:05 PM

And I was about to apply for grant money to install a couple of abandoned car flower planters in my front yard.

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Jul-17-14 10:28 AM

No, nein, nyet, nay, absolutely not. How many ways can you say NO? Funny how it's "yes" only when it benefits you. We are broke. All levels of government are broke. THERE IS NO MONETARY SURPLUS. Take care of your own properties, freeloaders.

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Jul-17-14 7:47 AM

At first thought I felt no but then realized any improvements to properties on the east side make our entire town more inviting. Maybe next time a grant will benefit another section of town. In Jamestown they have a matching grant program of 1000 dollars per home. Only requirement is every house on the block must participate. My daughter has gotten new awnings, windows, door, landscaping and plans a new driveway next time it comes around.

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