The Mayor responded that we all are in this together. It is a fact that we are all in this together. COVIC 19, the protests from peaceful protestors to those whose agenda was looting and distruction, the actions by the police as well as actions against the police; housing, employment and family insecurities all with the backdrop of the loomining budget deficiet that has and will adversely inpact the City budget..
The resolution calls on Congress to allocate fair and direct federal support to all of America’s communities, regardless of population size. It states that this funding must be flexible and address not only the additional expenses incurred by communities to respond to the pandemic emergency, but also the dramatic budgetary shortfalls resulting from pauses in commerce, tourism, other economic engines. It will be sent to Senator Tammy Baldwin and Rep Mark Pocan.
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“Aaron has a great background and a really good feel as a player, coach and administrator,” Mustangs head coach Greg Marshall said. “He’s really level headed and doesn’t have an agenda. He will bring stability to an office that has gone through a bit of transition the past few years and that’s going to be good for everyone..
“The doctor told me I would never race again, and I didn know anything about diabetes,” he recalls. “When a doctor tells you something, you believe it, but I wanted to research the condition myself.” In his education, he learned about medical advances that were allowing people with diabetes to live fuller and healthier lives than imaginable just a generation ago. Ryan was determined to get back on track, both literally and figuratively..