We would then apply for a blanket permit for all the locations giving them the right to have their tables and chairs out. The city reviewed our plans and rejected them because they were concern for the safety of the visitors walking in that space should a car lose control and go into the fence. The city then recommended that we close the streets to all traffic which would then create a Little Italy Mall.
“Able” was a key component to HSA philosophy, but another component was the concept that individuals or families with a HSA pays a larger portion of their own healthcare costs forcing them to be frugal with healthcare decisions. This frugality was to allegedly translate to health oriented lifestyles and a resulting reduction in the need for healthcare, which in turn, would serve to drive costs downward. It didn’t work! The primary reason seems to be that folks are simply not able to sock money away for their own healthcare during long periods of rising inflation and low interest rates on savings.
The Motor Mechanic went down to his engine room and I did the rounds of the remainder of the crew to see if we had suffered any casualties, We were extremely fortunate in that although everyone was badly shocked there were no visible injuries. I reported my findings to the Captain, by which time he had regained his composure somewhat and we realized that we must have run over an Acoustic Mine. It took a little time to comprehend the damage, but my first priority was to ensure that the Depth Charges of which we carried twenty was set to safe.
Stolen were a camera, three packs of razors and eye drops, totaling $129.81.Package theft >> A FexEd package delivered to a property on Nov. 24 in Malvern was stolen. Police are investigating. These were floated over and sunk into place to reinforce the scuttled ships. With such a sturdy breakwater now sheltering the shore, pontoon piers were set up, allowing ships to unload their cargos far from the sandbars. These floating piers would rise and fall with the powerful coastal tides..
Instead of just rambling away about Trudeau, why don’t you explain why you think preferential ballots are a bad thing? What other systems would you recommend?Referendums are not binding, and a waste of time/money, as you have uninformed people voting on matters.FPTP only works well in places that have a 2 party system, Canada is not the case. I think a reform will end up giving us a more diverse government in the future, and lessen the amount of majority governments we would see (which comes with massive policy changes each time a new majority is formed).I don’t remember you demanding Harper have a referendum when he made changes to the election system.K_teela wrote:Part of his platform was election reform, he’s just following through on a promise. Instead of just rambling away about Trudeau, why don’t you explain why you think preferential ballots are a bad thing? What other systems would you recommend?Referendums are not binding, and a waste of time/money, as you have uninformed people voting on matters.FPTP only works well in places that have a 2 party system, Canada is not the case.