Our barely adequate space has worked until now. I wanted to send you a favorite photo of the library, but I don’t see how to do that via this platform. It shows a space that is bright and inviting ready for the next day’s onslaught of daycare kids and neighborhood families for storytime..
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Barnhart said he believes change is coming and his experience makes him the best person to help small municipalities grappling with “diminishing” tax bases and the “increasing” cost of maintaining infrastructure. “If we don do anything, what then? How do we have a solution for municipalities that just can survive economically?” he said, noting that some are finding ways to save costs by co operating, but the Communities in Transition program is “not working well.” Hayward, who was among the board members who disavowed Barnhart views on the issue this spring, said while the topic of amalgamation is likely to come up, neither the province nor SUMA members are ready. He proposed leaving it to members to raise the issue while encouraging the creation of joint projects between municipalities and taking lessons from other provinces consolidations.
Mildred Fish Harnack lived in Madison where she met her husband, they relocated to Germany in 1929. After the National Socialists came to power, Mildred Fish Harnack, her husband, and their friends formed a resistance group described by some as “The Harnack/Schulze Boysen group” or “Circle of Friends” and they lead the underground resistance against the Nazis in Berlin for nine years, taking great risks to pass along information to both the Americans and Russians. In 1942 Mildred Fish Harnack was arrested, tried, and in 1943 she was executed by the Nazis and was the only American woman personally ordered executed by Hitler.
Barbara K is certifiably insane. That’s the conclusion she’s guessing you’ll draw when you hear what she’s done. She knows that a lot of people, even in a town as notoriously free thinking as Austin, will be amazed, perhaps even offended, by the value she’s put on intangibles like convictions and intuition.
Also last Monday, the School Board voted unanimously to end the contract with MPD for school resource officers. The Council will also take action to cancel the contract with MMSD this month. Congratulations to the Freedom Inc and youth activists for their persistence.