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Very sad indeed whattheheck. No, it looks like the city doesn't learn quickly, does it. I wonder just how much money the city has flushed down the toilet over the years with their loans. Thanks for the heads up on that.
I wish her luck too.....did you know that pharmacists must earn a Pharm.D. degree from an accredited college or school of pharmacy. The Pharm.D. degree has replaced the Bachelor of Pharmacy degree, which is no longer being awarded. I had no idea until someone told me that recently. Looked it up and sure enough, no more Bachelor of Pharmacy degrees.
I think Albany was one of the most beautiful cities I have seen in the South. In all my travels thru the south I think Albany laid claim to some of the loveliest houses and tree lined avenues in the area. Some of them were on par with the avenue in Eufaula where all the big beautiful homes line either side. It is sad to think back to how it has gone down. I can even remember shopping in downtown Albany, at Belk's department store. It would be wonderful to see the city back to the way it was years ago....but I won't hold my breath.
Is there another Dollar Square...........the one out past the airport? If so did it ever actually open for business?
Ihope4Albany......there are expensive loft apartments in Albany? Where? Interesting.
Dear Richard Cranium...I said I don't care if a museum is built....not my tax dollars that are going to be flushed away. I for one, and there are others on here who have posted, say the same thing...."we won't go the museum." I really can't see something like a PD Museum being built, but if by chance donor money pays for it, I still don't see it as a viable moneymaker, able to stay open. It would be wrong to burden the taxpayers with something like this in my opinion since there are so many complaints now of taxpayer money spent on someone's folly. Sincerely, I remain, Mrs. Dilligaf
" We're breathing a sigh of relief, but the fight's not over yet." was another of the quotes. It could have been "We're breathing a thigh of relief, but the fight's not over yet."
I wonder if anyone from the Deen, Paul, or Hiers families are commenting here? Cousins?? In laws?? Seems to me there are more no votes than yes votes but the yes votes are very adamant. I don't care about a museum being built or not, as it's not my tax dollars that are gonna be used.
OK Thurman, I am asking....How do you know?
I googled Murpfree and it showed him working at ASU......some kind of an administrator, I think it said. Been a while....since I looked him up tho.
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