I downloaded and printed off the HRM Cultural Plan last week, with the intention of reviewing it this weekend. I just could not bring myself to do it, it is 75 pages of dry bureaucratize. I will try and get to it tonight, Monday is a bad TV night, right?
To my wonder and delight, the Herald published my last article in the paper today. It was rather shocking in that I was not contacted, or, they tried to contact me while I was on business in Boston and never got a hold of me. It also comes two weeks after I wrote it, so some of the facts and –more–
I recently had the joy of attending another meeting of the Halifax Regional School Board (HRSB). In what I recognize from the Save Beaufort days, the HRSB kindly moved the motion 95% of the people here are here to see to the very end of the agenda, so that we have to sit through all the â€œorders of the dayâ€ –more–
Note: This article was published in the September 25, 2006 issue of the Chronicle Herald on the Op/Ed page. As the mud on the North Common slowly dries under the warm fall sun, you can hear the whirling sound of government, industry and media spinning rapidly and heartily. They spin to ensure that the only message heard after the Rolling Stones –more–