no ecological solution to phosphate strip mining
Bedden issued a directive to Kranz to only consider certain factors as he began parsing through ways RPS could cut expenditures to balance the budget. Kranz was the only administrator present in the Facilities Task Force meetings that discussed closures was to ensure the committee remained impartial and to create a buffer between the Office of Superintendent and the decision making process. He did not want to influence decisions about which schools should stay open or close based on any factors other than the criteria that was outlined.
In the front of the planner, I have the usual ephemera of daily life and appointment cards, stamps, small miscellaneous papers. The stunning dashboard was made for me by the wonderful and talented Tweetiepie Collage on Etsy. She does fantastic work and although a dashboard isn something one technically NEEDS in a planner, personally I love having something meaningful and motivational to look at right when I open mine up each time.
We opted for a round of appetizers: the pecan smoked burrata ($9), the meatball in purgatory ($9), gnocchi and cheese ($9) and a bowl of Italian wedding soup ($8). The burrata arrived first. What should have been a runny, smokey blob of Italian buffalo milk cheese atop a salad of kale and pistachios with bread was in fact a stark white blob of sickly sweet cheese (that definitely was not burrata) over a quickly blended mash of kale and pistachios, no bread in sight.
In the last decade, New York has evolved from a great city into an even greater one. Crime is way down New York is now the safest major city in the United States and development is way up. Once deserted neighborhoods now pulse with trendy restaurants and nightspots; a plethora of new small museums have opened up; a large waterfront park is growing along the West Side; and new businesses dot virtually every street corner.
During the April 4th School Board Meeting, Westbay shared several balancing options, for a total of $9.7 million in possible reductions. We going to work off of this proposal, here, since a new one hasn come out and this is closest to covering the $10.7 million deficit. From the proposal, just over $3 million would come from closures, including:.
Oh my! I think we went in three times just to try their samples. Pikes Place was chef heaven. I honestly can imagine what it be like to live close enough to a market place like that where you could buy everything fresh and go home to cook it for dinner.