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Leland Report for Friday, December 19, 2014
One Year Ago... What's Cookin?

Vol XlV #257                                                                                                                

Report # 4882 ~ Photo: LR12-19-14 ~ Registered Users.... 6946

6:00 am. ~ 27°~ Mostly Cloudy~ Wind: Calm~ Humidity: 84%

Sunrise is at 8:17 am ~ Ave. Low is 22°~ Record Low is 3° (1980)

4:00 pm. ~ 30° ~ Cloudy~ Wind: Calm~ Humidity: 66%

Sunset is at 5:03 pm ~ Ave High is 33° ~ Record High is 58° (1984)

Moonphase: Waning Crescent ~ Pressure: 30.26 in ~ Dew Point: 22° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles

Daylight: 8hrs 46mns


Forecast for 12/20/14 Partly Cloudy ~ High 31° ~ Low 26°

The "Enterprise" reports the offer of $800,000 to purchase the former courthouse property, which brings up the question as to what happens to the old jail?  I hate to see it torn down and would like to see it stay exactly where it is and that's probably because I'm getting old and old people like things to stay the way they are.

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From Anonymous on 12/19/2014 
The jail could be moved next to Emelia Schaub's rock over at the courthouse.
From Easydoesit on 12/19/2014 
I love the different view of the Blue Bird and how Biscuit stands out against the calm water. I guess I too am among those old folks that resist some changes. For instance - instead of moving the T.C. zoo to perhaps by the barns on the old hospital grounds - it's gone. Along with the Clinch Park train and the miniature city that all the kids loved. Now we have the "Open (i.e. nothing) Space". Where are the attractions that the youngsters so enjoyed?
From Betsy G. on 12/19/2014 
Move it to the harbor and remodel it into public restrooms.
From John Of Ohiya on 12/19/2014 
You're not old, Keith. You've been young for a long time!
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