Quickly’s Neighbors, Dec. 31
December 28, 2012 3:16PM
Updated: February 1, 2013 6:11AM
It is pretty sad when the chief of police has to work as a security guard at a big-box store.
The City of Lake Station is going after the Little League now with the establishment of a new league run by the Parks Department. A 50-plus-year tradition is about to be destroyed.
What kind of parents do we have in Valparaiso that their kids make pot brownies to take to school to sell?
Charging extra money for extra garbage simply encourages people to dump their trash in the lake. Wake up, Hobart!
Hobart didn’t give me any garbage cans, but I’d love to
see them try to charge me
anything extra considering they have broken every can
I have by throwing them around. I’m going to start pointing the cameras toward the trash on Tuesday, recording it, and making a nice big issue out of it.
Gary is looking for cleanup volunteers. What about all of the unemployed residents? Anyone getting state aid should be forced to help with this city cleanup effort.