Monthly Archives: October 2002

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Tom Byrnes wrote an excellent op-ed in the Free Lance Star today on Fredericksburg’s potential to become a regional tourist hub. Sounds good to me, but in a city that already complains about transient college students, I wonder how well … Continue reading

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For those of us who are in the know, Susan Greenbaum and Bob Gramman are performing at the Songwriters Showcase behind Pickers Supply in Downtown Fredericksburg at 8:00pm on Friday night. Come see! More importantly, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament … Continue reading

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Here we go again. Thanks to the sniper attacks, there has been a recent wave of “me too”-ism reminiscent of the thrity million people who saw the plane slam into the Pentagon on September 11th. Now obviously this is nothing … Continue reading

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Marvin Bolinger announced that he would resign as Fredericksburg City Manager as of 15 January, a decision that seems to have been made with the implicit threat of having him removed if Bolinger did not do so voluntarily. More tomorrow. … Continue reading

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In a matter of less than 100 days, the new Fredericksburg City Council is proving to be just as interesting as the old one. My opinion piece on the current e-mail lawsuit was printed in the Free Lance-Star on Tuesday, … Continue reading

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