If there’s already a process by which to uphold due process is yet another process – a sub-process if you will to, truth be told, five other processes, so that somehow realized is the cumulative purpose of all six processes – is that a solution in search of a problem?
There’s a fellow out on the water right now fishing in one of our rental boats who may not make it back. That was the gloomy assessment of his daughter who, together with a couple of his friends also on board, sighed over the phone when making the reservation that he is dying of cancer: […]
Indeed, retirement is an adventure. Remember my sharing with you that I divided my life into three chapters? Chapter I – Business. Chapter II – Deputy Sheriff. Chapter III – The Arts. Recently while on the East Coast a long distance phone call brought a Chapter III opportunity my way. I was invited to join […]
Ok, it was only a baby field mouse. But it’s still a life and I saved it from a crow. I’ve neither a great affinity for mice nor necessarily an aversion to crows although I did have a pet white rat with only one eye when I was in grade school and I very much […]
Most of us know that in the City of Lakewood, we are, for the most part, peacefully co-existing with an abundance of wildlife, including deer. On numerous occasions we might see a doe. I have published several of my own photos of doe sightings.
It is dark outside and tired inside, but I have a desire to do a little writing before I go lights out. What should I write about tonight? I know, I will use my recent visit to the Lakewood Hysterical Mole Museum as a springboard into my next story. Let’s talk moles. There are two […]
Under the guise of yet another – five currently – program to address so-called “rental housing problems within the city,” Lakewood’s sixth – in the form of a proposed ordinance that is distinguished from the other five in that it would for the first time require access by city-approved inspectors to the interior of private […]
There’s a rooster that lives across the street. I think its internal clock is set for 3 A.M., then the snooze button resets for 4:30 A.M. It’s a good thing I’m hard-of-hearing, as it may wake me up, or it may not, as I don’t know if it actually crows. At least if it disappears […]
Now that the Lakewood City Council is on record as having expressed its “consensus to consider an ordinance to initiate a five year inspection cycle” of rental properties in the city (May 16, 2016 City Council Agenda), with a public hearing slated for June 20 and a vote by the council likely to take place […]