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Donate to help save Belmont football program I was in the third grade at Martin Luther King Elementary School the first time I saw a Belmont Pop Warner jersey. It was being held by a tall, thin man with a large smile. This man, George Rose, proceeded to tell the kids gathering around about the fun and benefits of pee-wee football with such passion and joy that I, like many others, was sold. I spent ...


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JIMOCONNOR
June 5, 2014
10:41 a.m.

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Good bye David.

Melinda, gestalts are built and maintained by peturberances.

nanmossey
June 5, 2014
4:43 p.m.

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Melinda-
There was a nice article in Sunday's Gazette that explained the Gestalt of raising the bridge: The consequences would have been the necessity of raising three other bridges to accommodate the change at a cost of $15 million, and increased truck traffic through Glenville, which was not considered desirable given the residential nature of the area. As neither of these outcomes were acceptable, the bridge was left at it's current height.

tonijean613
June 6, 2014
7:32 a.m.

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Melinda Perrin- WELL SAID !!

JIMOCONNOR
June 6, 2014
9:22 a.m.

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tonijean it was a loosely constructed diatribe which made no points at all

wmarincic
June 7, 2014
7:08 a.m.

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Melinda Morris Perrin I guess when you are a tree Hugger that would be your take on it. When I read the article the first thing I thought was this person likes to hear herself talk and let people know how smart she is. BTW I'm all for conservation, but I'm also a realist.

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