Quickly’s Neighbors, Jan. 15
January 14, 2013 2:02PM
Updated: February 16, 2013 6:16AM
I was in Highland recently, and I saw a green Buick with Indiana tags and a handicapped plate that expired 01-23-11, but it still was parked in a handicapped place. People who really need a handicapped spot can’t park in one because someone parked there with an outdated handicapped plate.
The Indiana University Northwest police are giving out more tickets on Broadway because they’re Barney Fifes in disguise.
I had high hopes for the new mayor of Gary. Now, I’m not so sure. Not much has changed. She just seems interested in getting her picture in the paper ... .
After carefully reading Portage’s PR mailing, the conclusion is, the city will save money on payroll by eliminating one day a week of trash pickup, and by making residents do more of the work and absorb more of the costs. This harebrained plan makes me wonder if my vote for Mayor Snyder was a mistake.
How many Quicklies does it take to get the railroad tracks on 64th Avenue and Madison Street in Merrillville redone? From the rough rocking, I have dropped my bladder, herniated a disc and gotten an upset stomach.