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It reminded me of that Bad Grandpa movie when he farting in the dinner and sharts all over the wall. It was like that but worse. It started on the wall, and as I trying to turn to sit, I sprayed the wall, tp roller, cleaning brush and plunger that we keep in the corner back behind the toilet.
This public process includes a regional playground workshop specific to playground replacement projects at Brigham, Lake Edge, McGinnis and Tenney Park. The workshop will include a larger group discussion, providing opportunity for neighborhoods to learn and share ideas, and then we will break out into smaller individually staffed sessions to address design considerations specific to each park. Following the workshop, staff will use input gathered at this meeting to develop two playground concepts, which will be presented at a second playground meeting held this winter.
So many small business owners have taken one for the team during this pandemic. They closed, or drastically altered their business models, because they believed it was important to protect the health and well being of our community. How many more Wisconsin residents would have died if not for the overwhelming majority of restaurant and other small businesses answering the call and supporting public health officials’ efforts to flatten the curve? I believe lending a small hand to small business owners who have been at the front line of this fight, and sacrificed to protect us, is the least we can do..