Feenox6 karma2022-01-10 15:39:14 UTC
What about cities prioritizing the right things when things get tight? I remember 10-12 years ago Detroit having issues, people weren't getting pensions paid, services were being shut down, and the biggest thing in the news was the Detroit Institute of Arts possibly needing to sell off its assets. The Art issue took the focus off from where it should have been in my opinion, the health of the city as a whole and the wellbeing of it's citizens. Do you have suggestions for bringing focus to things that matter when times get tough?
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Feenox2 karma2017-10-06 14:52:16 UTC
Do you have a Scottish Terrier?
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