LMC of Kennedy Elementary SchoolParks staff held a second Public Input Meeting last Wednesday, October 23 to discuss the Portland Park Master Plan. At this session, attendees reviewed opportunities and constraints of the site, a summary of public input received regarding the park, and two conceptual master plans for Portland Park. Attendees indicated a preference for the layout and amenities of the second conceptual master plan..
With an 11 1/2 minute communication lag each way, the rover will be on its own, unable to rely on flight controllers. Amal and Tianwen 1 will also need to operate autonomously while manoeuvring into orbit. Until Perseverance, NASA sought out flat, boring terrain on which to land “one giant parking lot,” Chen said.
Highlights: The three day week before the Thanksgiving holiday means there are only a few city meetings. At Finance on Monday, the Salvation Army has been awarded funds from the Affordable Housing Fund to build a 44 unit rental housing development with 37 units affordable to households with incomes at or below 30%, 50%, or 60% of the county median income. This project is in addition to rebuilding the homeless shelter at the 600 block of E Washington.
Highlights: Approval of Working Draft Beer Company conditional use application to open a brewery in the former RP’s Pasta space at 1139 E Wilson at Plan Commission Monday. There are several big items on Tuesday’s Council agenda: Reconsideration of mayoral override of Council Chief of Staff position, WEDC pass through grant money for Sector 67, $800K for Royster Corners Tax incremental financing, approve $1.85M COPS grant application for patrol officers, $594K of federal HOME funds for CoHo Madison to provide units of affordable owner occupied housing, allocating emergency funds and approving the selection of Nehemiah Community Development Corporation and their partners for a short term support program for the summer, and approving an architect and acquiring a grey box condominium space for Pinney Library at Royster Corners. I am also holding two neighborhood meetings Wednesday and Thursday described below..
Those around her pull out their notes, their prepared statements, their governmental mandates. They announce. Birx talks.. But some people may not have a regular doctor. Drive thru testing can also be a problem. That’s because you have to have a car.
“The pandemic has absolutely triggered a lot of mental illness in the population,” said Diane Manning, the organization’s president. “There is trauma in losing our pre pandemic way of living and in not being able to access your natural support system in the way you always have your family and friends. The impacts to people’s mental health is not going to be solved by the vaccine.