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It's as mediocre and overpriced as it ever was.
Oh good grief, that's going to be a mess.
2014 - the year Hood River became a maze.
Love the idea. Won't be any noisier than the mill was, most of the time would be quieter... and it'd be great to see something positive on that property.
Those of you having tantrums because it would "spoil your enjoyment" of the land you moved here and practically stole as you pushed out REAL locals... y'know, you can always go back wherever you came from and stay there, and we sure the heck would NOT mind. In fact, we've been vocal about wanting you to for at least a couple decades!
Oregon - a nice place to visit. But for G's sake, please DON'T move here.
And most of the real locals don't park downtown - because there's nothing down there for us except the post office!
Once again, the few overrule the many - a power play, not out of any real need or logic, just reminding us, once again, that the newcomers are all that really matter anymore in our de-"quainted" little town.
I'm really disappointed in Walden over this. He's generally a pretty good guy, but he certainly wasn't putting his constituents over his political party in this case!
Very curious what the roommate looks like... and whether or not he - or she - is a better fit for that picture than this dude is.
What's with the different numbers for the buildings burned? Everywhere else is saying 3 residences, 5 outbuildings.
Babitz was a mistake made by the non-locals who moved here and took over. Just because you can bully your way into control doesn't make you a positive, and the REAL locals know it.
The rest of you won't ever be locals - and we're waiting for the day you choose a new town to destroy and GO AWAY.
Make sure you highlight 'insane', 'self-destructive', and 'foolish' to the list of qualifications... because they'd need to be to put up with the city's nonsense!
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