"On May 1, two little doggies "found a dead raccoon and brought the animal back to their home located in the 2300 block of Glendale Avenue," according to the DCSO. Those dogs got rabies. "
We're entirely too casual about enforcing rabies vaccination requirements for pets in Durham County.
Plus lost sales tax revenue for the state. Probably $100K plus for PJ.
Congratulations to ProudlyUnaffiliated, who wins this year's "Stupidest Comment on the Internet" award.
Consideration will be given to renaming the award in their honor.
Just curious, and i don't have the time to research this myself - how many are running unopposed in November? I suspect most who have Republican opponents will still be defeated despite this pandering vote.
I get not considering Brightleaf to be downtown, but i can think of 4 used record shops in walking distance of Ninth Street alone.
It might be interesting to check on Mr. Tringali's disability status.
“No one loves the SouthBank building.”
I'll bet cash money that when it comes time to demolish that building, someone will step up and call for its preservation because of its unique architectural properties.
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