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Mar 16, 2011

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Aaron Klemz

I attended the hearing this morning - the A6 amendment impact on Osseo is a $2,469 INCREASE in 2011, but a $330,823 cut in 2012.

Phoenix Woman

What's that whirring sound I hear?

Ah, it's Zellers' ethical compass. Somebody's set it up in the corner window and is using it as a box fan. That puppy moves air! (Too bad most of it's hot.)

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