Last night the Fair Board met until 10:45. I know because I was there, which led me to waking up almost an hour late this morning. Thankfully there was still enough time to grab a coffee and get to work before my boss. I call that a success!
What I’m Listening To– Jail phone calls.
What I’m Doing – Working on a new video for the last drug take back day.
What I want to know from you – How do you roll into work when you’re late? Is it “crazy person on fire” or *shrug* “whatevs”?
Happy 100th Birthday, Jane Jacobs (a day late). As the author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities and a tireless advocate for the urban experience, Jane Jacobs is one of the most commonly cited luminaries of planning and urbanism.
Hunger Transcends Geography in the U.S. Hunger isn’t just a problem for the poorest of the poor. It cuts across age, race, gender, and affects Americans in cities, suburbs, and rural areas. In fact, every single county in the U.S. experiences food insecurity (defined here as “limited or uncertain” access to food), according to the latest “Map the Meal Gap”report by Feeding America, a network of 200 U.S. food banks.
Cities Have Been Trying to Curb Dog Poop for Centuries. Excrement: messing up city streets since the 1800s.
- Hot Dish: ELGL Travels to Minnesota (Updated: 5/5)
- Don’t Be a Toddler in Government
- Part I: Studying in Seoul with Trevor Minyard
- New Release: ELGL Member Publishes Novel
- Despite What Danny Ainge Says, Public Service Is a Real Job
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Local Gov Confidential
Justice Department Says N.C. Bathroom Law Violates Civil Rights The controversial North Carolina law that prevents transgender people from using public bathrooms that correspond with their gender identity, and limits protection for LGBT people, violates federal civil rights law and can’t be enforced, the U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday.