Wednesday, October 25, 2006

News Nips

There’s a new business in town, I won’t be applying for a job at. Proper Disposal cleans up after death; be it natural, suicide, or homicide. (Uh, yeah. No Thanks!) Kate Botner, owner and operator of the business says anyone with a bucket and some cleaning products can do it, but I beg to differ.

You gotta have an iron stomach too.


Council members are FINALLY going to vote on the revised hillside ordinance restricting development near the bluffs. The ordinance represents a compromise and would allow some houses to be built and protect taxpayers if those houses should, say, slide down the hill after a heavy rain.

I know where I won’t be moving any time soon.


And.... we have ANOTHER stabbing. Twenty-one year old Luis Carrillo was found, in the middle of an asult, stabbing his mother-in-law. was his mother-in-law!

That makes sense then.