Saturday, May 25, 2013
Yeah, like the one in the SF Tenderloin. Just what we need.
You don't like LowBrau at 20th and K? I think it's great--a real restaurant. You can even sit inside or outside
Excellent summary! The city and developers have long been famous for "grabbing what they can get NOW cheap and easy. " Then let the chips fall where they may. As one past city manager put it at a meeting, "Those are all reasonable concerns but we'll take care of those problems later".
But because those problems are more costly to the city "later" and it never has the money to do so, the city never takes action to correct the problems it and developers created. In the meantime the developers sit cozily and financially comfortable in their far distant neighborhoods and the short sighted city officials draw their sweet pensions.
I too was on the Oxycontin family of drugs for an extremely long and painful injury and they were not only viciously addictive but devastating as well when trying to work or even live a normal life. Apparently, they don't affect everyone that way but various drugs affect people different ways. Same for weed.
As to: "I know first hand the detrimental effects of marijuana use on once talented and valued employees. I've seen young lives changed for years after joining the stoners." There are millions more nationwide whose addiction to alcohol has created far greater serious effects (the list is nearly endless) and "changed lives" than weed ever has.
What's the big deal? This is to be expected in Midtown. Those macho guys were just having fun. This is the Midtown party scene--not the river scene. I read that Marshall School Assoc. leaders love the bar scene there. 28th & J/K ? Isn't that near them? They must have been there having fun too. Wasn't that fight in the alley about a couple weeks ago around there too? That was fun to watch. Midtown partying draws everybody and is great for the city. If you don't like it, don't go or move.
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