One caveat Chris: the 154 city committee slots with no candidate running can be filled by appointments made by the ward chairs, so many of them won't remain vacant for long.
Let me be the first to invoke the 1970s sitcom, Eight Is Enough
" ... oddly knowledgeable diner patron ..." Good one. Maybe he's one of those Pittsburgh college grads who decided to stick around.
Thanks for the coverage Lauren. Do you have a link to PWSA's plan? (The "Wet Weather Feasibility Study" link in the article goes to PWSA's "Green" website page, but I can't find the study that they submitted to DEP.)
Has anybody noticed the really loud, intermittent "bangs" coming from the cooking area? It sounds almost like a gunshot, or perhaps somebody slamming a refrigerator or cupboard door. Probably somebody chopping something really hard on a countertop or cutting board. Any way, I found it very distracting and unpleasant when I ate there a couple weeks ago. Also, the cold sesame noodles with chicken was too garlicky and spicy and made me feel ill the next day. I'll take the more plain and fresh-tasting sesame noodles from Sushi Boat in Oakland any day, or for that matter, anything from the Thai truck next to Soldiers and Sailors.
Did Harris vote on Tuesday?
"In 18 states, like Pennsylvania, independents can't vote in the primaries or caucuses."
Nice. The 14th always turns out, but a contested council race and a favorite daughter judicial candidate (Eleanor Bush) probably contributed to the bump this year, along with Bill's run.
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