Doug has been a Tosa resident for over 20 years and loves his Olde Hillcrest neighborhood. He enjoys reading, riding his Harley and making his wonderful wife and three kids laugh.
First off, a public service message- if you haven't already, register for a 25 cent pizza at papajohns.com/countdown/index.html.-if the opening kickoff on Sunday's Super Bore game gets returned for a touchdown you can get a large one topping pizza for a quarter.
There is something a little bit off with that Illinois Governor.
Same goes for Ted Haggard.
The marketing department of the real estate firm that I work for suggested that all agents start using facebook. I am on the wrong side of fifty for that so no thanks. In fact, I think the cool meter for facebook for the younger generation has slipped considerably since moms and dads started using it.
No matter what side of the political spectrum you lean towards, if you saw the HBO production of "We Are One" you had to feel proud to be an American.
Is it me or are the roads around here getting worse every year? Instead of bailing out mega corporations who have made terrible business decisions how about putting people to work on a national plan to rebuild and repair our roads.
Congrats to our common council on having the foresight to move forward on plans to improve Hart Park- even if you never pick up a tennis racket our enjoy the fireworks there this is an underdeveloped asset that should not continue to be neglected.