Tipton County Indiana (east of Kokomo, IN).
“As promised, Fulton County Commissioners on Monday took no action on proposed amendments to the county’s wind ordinance.
Amendments to the ordinance were approved by the Fulton County Area Plan Commission on Sept. 25. Commissioners have 90 days to approve, reject or modify them.
County Commission President Bryan Lewis confirmed no action would be taken until after a public meeting, which has yet to be set…” (more)
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“…citizens…must lobby. And picket. And write letters to the editor. And raise hell. And perhaps vote…” (more)
The $1.1 trillion spending bill has passed both the House and Senate. How did your Representative and Senators vote? The results for the country are here. Notice that the database is sortable by “state,” thus, you can easily see how your state delegation voted.
…“The time is past when it was enough merely to elect our officials. We will have to elect them and then go and watch them and keep our hands on them…”…So citizens…must lobby. And picket. And write letters to the … Continue reading
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