Not gonna stop.
Thanks for a great article. We're really excited to have this conversation with the State of Montana and with our customers. Your article was a great intro for consumers everywhere.
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So this law would also ban those petition gatherers and protest groups as well, because they can be aggressive as well and block the sidewalks. But what we are really doing is pushing the problem to other parts of the city, if there is a problem. And why are the current laws on the books ineffective on many of these issues? Nobody has answered that yet. Of course the police would love to have more people downtown to up their DUI budget.
Me like. Thank you and Merry Christmas.
Let's be real, people are going to drink. They drink in good times and in bad. They drink a little and they might find themselves drinking too much. Whatever the case, as a community, let's give people options to get home safe. There have been too many impaired driving accidents that affect this community greatly. Right now there are very few.
Why doesn't The Missoula County DUI Task Force take some action and help to restart this under new leadership. Monetary assistance from grants, city funds, county funds from the bankrolling on DUI's?
A question and a charge to The Missoula County DUI Task Force: What is more important: 1. Bankrolling on DUI's? 2. Getting people home safe and keeping impaired drivers off the road?
Is the City Council planning on opening another homeless shelter, or contributing funds to the much-needed expansion of the Poverello Center? If homeless folks had a place to go, with food, shelter, and medical/social services available, perhaps they would not feel the need to panhandle. Seems like this does nothing to confront the actual problem at hand.
Beautifully written Jayme. Judy B. and all of us that know you are smiling I am quite sure. The holiday is pesky and complicated for most of us and it is true death fractures families like little else. Forging a new normal is the challenge.
That’s funny sam. We will see, wont we?
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