On Thursday January 12 at 11.30 am, be prepared to be amazed.
For on that day, you will see a sight more rare than the Chupacabra or a Ford without rust.
You will see John Lowndes, in the flesh at a Melancthon Council meeting.
He has finally decided to take Council up on their invitation issued two years ago so that Highlands can do some explaining about "their" economic vision for Melancthon.
For those of you who aren't sure what to look for, here he is, in the flesh:
But beware, he is a master of disguise. Here are some recent characters he has assumed.
And these two (wise) guys will be there too. Someone had to drive the car and someone else had to open the car door.
For those of you who want to attend the whole meeting, there are some other interesting tidbits on the agenda.
Page 29-35: Nice to see council is not being pushed around by wind developers
Page 41: Anyone find a sliver lamprey in Melancthon it may help to stop the quarry. (NOTE, but the real deal, not the plentiful Highlands no spine lamprey seen in most photo opportunities in the local papers.)
Page 54: NVCA update on their review of Highlands quarry application. Wonder why Highlands is submitting an updated computer model which predicts future groundwater conditions with the quarry in place. Didn’t they have it right the first time?
Page 55: Copy of Tilson’s letter to Peter Kent re Federal review
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