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No. I'm saying the young lady was actually shorted during her employment at the restaurant, and the settlements should reflect that. Both young people were damaged in being dismissed from their jobs, but the young lady was damaged on an ongoing basis by not receiving proper pay. The sex of the hiring manager is irrelevant.
Posted 13 November 2017, 9:58 a.m.
Wait, so they're both getting $2,500 in back pay? Seems the right thing would be for the young lady to be reimbursed the $.25 an hour as well...or the young man should have $.25 an hour deducted from his settlement. In any case, real rectification of the complaint should involve her getting a higher settlement amount than him.
Posted 10 November 2017, 8:16 a.m.
That's funny, they never miss a penny on my water/trash collection bill, and it's never been anywhere near three quarters of a million dollars!
Posted 9 November 2017, 8:36 a.m.
This is obviously a "left vs right" issue, Bob. No right-winger would ever do something so un-Christianly as carry a Nazi flag, chant "Jews will not replace us," or threaten violence on their enemies. I'm so glad you were here to give us your $.02, and a lesson in nautical vocabulary to boot!
Posted 12 September 2017, 4:23 p.m.
Maybe, maybe not. My landlord owns thousands of rental units in town, so they don't know me from Adam and definitely don't like me. I understand your point, and it's probably accurate, but the rental market is a little more complex than that. The market can only bear so much, this isn't NYC and my little 2 bedroom hovel isn't worth any more than I'm currently paying for it.
Posted 2 August 2017, 12:41 p.m.
As a renter, I'm not affected by the mill levy increase. If I did own a home, I wouldn't be too enthused about our commission pushing through a budget that includes a facility that was recently voted against by the community. I AM, however, affected by the utility increase and I'm not too enthused about that either. My water bill is already too high for the amount of water I consume. I get a bill every month that's $50-$60 and usually includes about $7 of water usage. In my apartment complex, 3 buildings of 8 units each share ONE single-family recycling bin and we all pay the same amount for trash pick up as a single family home. 24 units with 3 dumpsters in a cluster is not the same as an entire city block of single family homes.
I also remember seeing an insert in my water bill about a "livability survey" or similar in the last year or so. As I recall, Lawrence scored quite low in a category that basically equated to "caring about low income families." Raising the city bill by $5 a month is a continuation of this trend that disproportionately affects those of lower income.
Posted 2 August 2017, 12:06 p.m.
Some friends of mine used to have a couch on their porch. I would stop by at my liesure and nap on it. I loved it. Then someone's ill-placed and forgotten cigarette butt caught the couch ablaze and burned down the entire house. Now that house has been replaced with the ugliest house in town (sorry if it's yours.) Porch couches breed ugly houses. Ban porch couches.
Posted 22 August 2013, 3:11 p.m.
Mel is an amazing Chef, and as hospitable as they come. We ate at Cafe Beatiful about 6 months ago and can't wait to go back! This is a must try for all foodies.
Posted 22 August 2013, 12:42 p.m.
So will Fort Development be allowed to bid on the land at auction? Seems like the kind of deal where they find themselves in this huge mess, refuse to do anything about it, and then buy their own land back for pennies on the dollar (owed) and try again. Something of a settlement.
Posted 1 August 2013, 5:25 p.m.
I have to laugh at all these "gang" comments. Gangs in the 1950's carried switchblades. You know, like A West Side Story, Grease, etc. I just picture a bunch of modern "gangsters" meeting at Club Magic, snapping their fingers in unison. Then someone gets shot and the whole switchblade argument seemed a little silly.
Posted 29 July 2013, 1:39 p.m.
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