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Boeing Hires Caroline Kennedy

Observer Columnist

 

August 17, 2017



What is the only thing Democrats and Republicans; right wingers and left wingers; progressives and conservatives can agree upon? Without a doubt, everyone who knew his Honor Judge Harold I. Cherness recognized him for his fairness and a sense of justice he brought to his courtroom every day. His wisdom and humor knew no bounds. On September 25 the Council will hold a hearing to name the intersection Overland and Culver the Harold I. Cherness Plaza. Please plan to attend and tell Mayor Cooper either by voice or in writing you are in favor. Allegedly American and Canadian diplomats stationed in Havana, Cuba have been experiencing severe hearing loss. U.S. Officials believe it was caused by an advance sonic device. The Cuban government has denied involvement and now investigators are considering the possibility the incident was carried out by a third country; such as Russia or China without the knowledge of Cuba. Even Ray Charles could see the price of Italian olive oil has really gone up over the past year or so. It’s the combination of bad weather and bugs that hit the harvest in Southern Europe. Hopefully, gourmet cooks can wait until the market stabilizes. In a sign of things that might come the University of New Mexico Hospital is requiring uninsured low-income patients to pay 50 percent in advance for non-emergency surgery. Is it possible? Ten former West Virginia secretary of state’s office workers filed wrongful termination lawsuits stemming from their firings by new Secretary of State Mac Warner. Warner initially said the firings were part of downsizing to cut costs but later hired 22 new employees. My former employer, Boeing has elected 59-year-old Caroline Kennedy to be a member of the Board of Directors and will serve on the audit and finance committees. Kennedy represented the United States as the 29th Ambassador to Japan 2013-2017. Can you believe it’s been almost 12 years that Natalee Ann Holloway disappeared on a trip to Aruba? It was May 30, 2005 while on a high school graduation celebration on a Dutch island in the Caribbean that she vanished. All the possible suspects were not charged and were released without going to trail due to lack of evidence. On January 12, 2012 Alabama judge Alan King declared Natalee legally dead. Wikipedia. Ever wonder what a Board of Education pays a newly hired superintendent in Georgia? He got a three-year contract at $160,000 per year with guaranteed three percent increase on July 1, 2018. He will also receive $500 per month car allowance and a onetime $10,000 expense allowance for moving into the county. Not a word about the pension, but I bet it was a whopper.

Has anybody heard anything about Judge Merrick Garland? I haven’t heard anything since the middle of June when Congressman Steve Scalise was shot warming up by fielding ground balls near second base in preparation for the annual Republicans Democrats baseball game. Ditto-nothing to report on the Keystone pipe line, or the Islands China is building in the South China Sea, or even the USS Fitzgerald who lost nine sailors when they were rammed by a Philippine container ship 2:30 a.m. this past June. You just must wonder what the Sam Hill is going on especially with the California High Speed Rail Project. It was 8:30 p.m. when two men drove up to the main entrance of the Holiday Inn. Just after getting out of their 2017 Dodge Caravan they were attacked by two bad guys using pepper spray. The bushwhackers grabbed the bags containing $475,000 in jewelry and haven’t been seen since, July 22, 2017. The two men (who were robbed) had taken part in a jewelry Expo in Jacksonville, Florida and had reservations at the Holiday Inn in Brunswick, Georgia; before continuing to the next Expo in Savannah, Georgia on July 23, 2017. Lloyd’s of London will pay $50,000 for information leading to the conviction and the recovery of the gems. As dad would say, This smells from Herring how did the bad guys know which hotel and what would be their time of arrival. I just bet the cops could get voice transmissions between Jacksonville and the crime scene. With this much evidence, the cops should have the culprits behind bars in two shakes of a lamb’s tail. I have and perhaps you as well heard nothing, but good reports regarding the National World War11 Museum in New Orleans. The museum tells the story of how the United States got involved in WW11 and with an extensive look at the domestic war effort displayed in nine galleries, using 400 artifacts spread throughout 10,000 square feet. Cousin Neil was stunned when he heard about the article in the journal Pediatrics dated June 19, 2017. Shootings kill or injure at least 19 U.S. children daily. The analysis of 2002-2014 data was billed as the most comprehensive study on the topic, it was compiled by analyzing death certificates and emergency room reports. So, the local Board of Education will conduct three public meetings regard a property tax increase. The tentative increase for a home with a fair market value of $225,000 is approximately $74,48. The proposed tax increase for non-homestead property with a fair market value of $250,000 is approximate $82.75.

 

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