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As campaign season begins, expect to see a woman dressed all in orange strolling down city streets. Republican Mary McClaine is catching attention with her orange hat, orange floor-length apron and orange shirt. “I’m visibly telling people that I’m doing this to promote tourism, to get a fresh influx of new money so we can get serious about lowering taxes on our homes,” she said. MCCLAINE: ‘depend on creativity’ Orange highlights the city’s Dutch roots. ...


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Tocker3law
August 26, 2013
3:36 p.m.

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Talking about infrastructure . The portion of Jay St diagonally across the street from the Post Office has been badly in need of curbs, sidewalks and Victorian Lights for many years.
All the other nearby areas including Little Italy, Liberty Street .\, all aroud City Hall all have new curbs and sidewalks . They also have the new Victorian Lights. The Jay St block where the Post Office is located has the old and very unappealing old poles . The Post Office is on the National Historical register and to not have the Victorian Lights and new curbs and sidewalks is pure neglect.

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