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in columbia heights, deadlocked council remains divided on appointing fifth memb


columbia heights city leaders on monday will again consider what to do about a vacant city council seat, the latest step in a process that has divided council members and drawn mounting criticism from residents as cumbersome and confusing.three months after formally declaring the vacancy on the five-member council, the four remaining members have yet to reach a consensus on which of the 17 applicants to appoint to the job, if any. each name brought forward has added to a growing list of 2-to-2 votes.if the deadlocked council cannot agree on a fifth member, it will have to proceed with four, a possibility that concerns some city leaders.“i don’t like it,” said council member bobby williams. “if we can’t agree, we could hurt our city.”the seat opened when former council member donna schmitt






poll conducted by minneapolis dfl points to fault lines on the city council


the minneapolis dfl paid $2,000 for a poll to see if green party city council member cam gordon would be vulnerable in november’s election, a move that’s irked progressives at city hall.the poll, conducted in the second ward last week, was commissioned by minneapolis dfl chair dan mcconnell without consulting the central committee. the potential candidate who would run against gordon is mcconnell’s wife, becky boland, secretary of the minneapolis dfl.the appearance of insider dealing on behalf of a spouse caused an uproar. and some dflers argued the party should not spend time or money to replace gordon, a reliably progressive member of the city council.“i am disappointed to hear that the head of our city dfl would prioritize that, especially without checking in,” said council member lisa






poll conducted by minneapolis dfl reveals fault lines on the city council


the minneapolis dfl paid $2,000 for a poll to see if green party city council member cam gordon would be vulnerable in november’s election, a move that’s irked progressives at city hall.the poll, conducted in the second ward last week, was commissioned by minneapolis dfl chair dan mcconnell without consulting the central committee. the potential candidate who would run against gordon is mcconnell’s wife, becky boland, secretary of the minneapolis dfl.the appearance of insider dealing on behalf of a spouse caused an uproar. and some dflers argued the party should not spend time or money to replace gordon, a reliably progressive member of the city council.“i am disappointed to hear that the head of our city dfl would prioritize that, especially without checking in,” said council member lisa






poll conducted by minneapolis dfl points to fault lines on the city council


the minneapolis dfl paid $2,000 for a poll to see if green party city council member cam gordon would be vulnerable in november’s election, a move that’s irked progressives at city hall.the poll, conducted in the second ward last week, was commissioned by minneapolis dfl chair dan mcconnell without consulting the central committee. the potential candidate who would run against gordon is mcconnell’s wife, becky boland, secretary of the minneapolis dfl.the appearance of insider dealing on behalf of a spouse caused an uproar. and some dflers argued the party should not spend time or money to replace gordon, a reliably progressive member of the city council.“i am disappointed to hear that the head of our city dfl would prioritize that, especially without checking in,” said council member lisa






a poll conducted by minneapolis dfl points to fault lines on the city council


the minneapolis dfl paid $2,000 for a poll to see if green party city council member cam gordon would be vulnerable in november's election, a move that's irked progressives at city hall.the poll, conducted in the second ward last week, was commissioned by minneapolis dfl chair dan mcconnell without consulting the central committee. the potential candidate who would run against gordon is mcconnell's wife, becky boland, secretary of the minneapolis dfl.the appearance of insider dealing on behalf of a spouse caused an uproar. and some dflers argued the party should not spend time or money to replace gordon, a reliably progressive member of the city council."i am disappointed to hear that the head of our city dfl would prioritize that, especially without checking in," said council member lisa






a poll conducted by minneapolis dfl points to fault lines on the city council


the minneapolis dfl paid $2,000 for a poll to see if green party city council member cam gordon would be vulnerable in november's election, a move that's irked progressives at city hall.the poll, conducted in the second ward last week, was commissioned by minneapolis dfl chair dan mcconnell without consulting the central committee. the potential candidate who would run against gordon is mcconnell's wife, becky boland, secretary of the minneapolis dfl.the appearance of insider dealing on behalf of a spouse caused an uproar. and some dflers argued the party should not spend time or money to replace gordon, a reliably progressive member of the city council."i am disappointed to hear that the head of our city dfl would prioritize that, especially without checking in," said council member lisa






poll conducted by minneapolis dfl points to fault lines on the city council


the minneapolis dfl paid $2,000 for a poll to see if green party city council member cam gordon would be vulnerable in november’s election, a move that’s irked progressives at city hall.the poll, conducted in the second ward last week, was commissioned by minneapolis dfl chair dan mcconnell without consulting the central committee. the potential candidate who would run against gordon is mcconnell’s wife, becky boland, secretary of the minneapolis dfl.the appearance of insider dealing caused an uproar among some dflers. the party, they said, should not spend time or money to replace gordon, a reliable ally for the left wing of the city council.“i am disappointed to hear that the head of our city dfl would prioritize that, especially without checking in,” said council member lisa bender. “i






columbia heights city council fills closely watched vacancy


after several weeks of deadlocked voting, columbia heights city leaders successfully filled a vacant city council seat monday night, wrapping up an appointment process that has lasted three months and attracted criticism from some residents for its lack of clarity.nick novitsky, 38, is taking over a seat left vacant when former council member donna schmitt became mayor after beating the longtime incumbent in a tight november race. novitsky, a tow truck operator, will round out the five-member council until his spot comes up for election in 2018.novitsky narrowly lost his bid for one of two open city council seats last november, coming in third in the election.the city’s charter-dictated appointment process has involved multiple rounds of interviews, special meetings and a series of 2-to-2






columbia heights city council fills closely watched vacancy


after several weeks of deadlocked voting, columbia heights city leaders successfully filled a vacant city council seat monday night, wrapping up an appointment process that has lasted three months and attracted criticism from some residents for its lack of clarity.nick novitsky, 38, is taking over a seat left vacant when former council member donna schmitt became mayor after beating the longtime incumbent in a tight november race. novitsky, a tow truck operator, will round out the five-member council until his spot comes up for election in 2018.novitsky narrowly lost his bid for one of two open city council seats last november, coming in third in the election.the city’s charter-dictated appointment process has involved multiple rounds of interviews, special meetings and a series of 2-to-2






transcript of 2012 burnsville city council work session


a transcript of comments made at a burnsville city council work session, june 12, 2012, which was presented to the court in the lawsuit:mayor elizabeth kautz: things have changed in burnsville, and we're an older community … we have some challenges, so how are we going to solve that challenge? there are two tools that are available to us, civil fines or fees.council member mary sherry: i'd like to just pick up a little bit about your point about the community changing — it's older, but it's also becoming more ethnically diverse, and it's also having a lot of rental properties … and many of the people who are either purchasing or renting these homes don't really —mayor: they don't know how to take care of the property.council member sherry: well, and they don't — it's not their culture.






berkeley becomes 2nd california city to ban fur clothing


berkeley – officials have voted to ban the sale of fur clothing in berkeley, the second city in california to approve such a ban.the berkeley city council late tuesday voted to approve the ordinance sponsored by council member kriss worthington and spearheaded by the berkeley coalition for animals.in 2013, west hollywood became the first city in the state to ban fur apparel sales.coalition founding member, dr. jay quigley, says millions of foxes, rabbits, minks, and other animals bred for their fur typically spend their entire lives in cages. he says they are then slaughtered by gassing, neck-breaking, or electrocution.he says the fur industry is radically inconsistent with berkeley’s values.






brooklyn park city council tables resolution on immigrants, refugees


tension flared at a recent brooklyn park city council meeting over a proposed resolution declaring support for refugees and immigrants, with some questioning whether it’s the appropriate response to recent anxiety in the city’s large immigrant community.the resolution, offered at a feb. 13 meeting by council member susan pha, was tabled in a 4-2 vote. it was written as a response to residents’ growing fears over president donald trump’s efforts to impose restrictions on immigration, said pha, who came to the united states as a refugee.the resolution offered support for “refugees, immigrants and muslims” in brooklyn park, one of the state’s most diverse cities.but city leaders were not of one mind about the resolution. council member mark mata said it lacked “teeth,” while council member te






council member pat elliott wins special election for richfield mayor


richfield city council member pat elliott was elected mayor tuesday in a special election to fill the vacancy left when former mayor debbie goettel moved to the hennepin county board this year.elliott received 78.7 percent of the vote, with 931 people casting ballots for him and 238 for his competitor, dan oxendale. only 5.7 precent of registered richfield voters took part in the special election. "everything is really looking good in terms of all the projects we've got on the burner," elliott said tuesday night. "it's really an exciting time for richfield." elliott said he was excited to get to work with a full council once again."whether it's debbie or myself ... we view it as a team effort," he said. "there's an amazing amount of cooperation across the board." elliott is scheduled to ta






city council path clears in minneapolis for $15-an-hour minimum wage


a $15 minimum wage that makes no exception for tipped workers has gained enough city council support to earn passage into law in minneapolis.such a proposal would win at least the necessary seven votes on the 13-member council, members said this week, which would make minneapolis the latest in a string of major u.s. cities to pass a dramatically increased municipal minimum wage.there is no ordinance for the council to vote on yet and won’t be until at least may. but the minimum wage has been a central issue in the campaign leading to november’s city elections, and minneapolis council members — almost all of them on the ballot — are taking firm positions ahead of the dfl conventions that start in late april.“we are building momentum to pass one fair $15 wage this summer,” said council membe






st. paul city council vows to ist if residents detained at msp airport


st. paul staff will ist residents if they are detained at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport due to president trump’s executive order on immigration.the resolution is proactive, said city council member dai thao, who proposed the measure. he said he does not know of any st. paul residents currently detained at the airport.the president’s order prohibits people from seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the united states for 90 days and blocks refugees from all nations for 120 days.the city attorney’s office will start regularly requesting the names of people who live in st. paul who have been detained at the airport, according to a resolution city council members approved wednesday. if anyone is detained, the attorney’s office and the city’s human rights and equal






city council path clears in minneapolis for $15 minimum wage


a $15 minimum wage that makes no exception for tipped workers has gained enough city council support to earn passage into law in minneapolis.such a proposal would win at least the necessary seven votes on the 13-member council, members said this week, which would make minneapolis the latest in a string of major u.s. cities to pass a dramatically increased municipal minimum wage.there is no ordinance for the council to vote on yet and won’t be until at least may. but the minimum wage has been a central issue in the campaign leading to november’s city elections, and minneapolis council members — almost all of them on the ballot — are taking firm positions ahead of the dfl conventions that start in late april.“we are building momentum to pass one fair $15 wage this summer,” said council membe






atherton council to review rebuttal to argument against measure a – the mercury


the atherton city council will meet monday at 9 a.m. to consider a rebuttal to an argument against measure a for the june 6 ballot.measure a is an advisory vote asking if the town should use general fund money to complete the new town center.the city council already approved the argument in favor of the measure. an argument against the measure has been filed by john ruggeiro, former vice chair of the town’s transportation committee; charles ramorino, former member of the town’s general plan committee; jim massey, current member of the town’s audit and finance committee; former mayor kathy mckeithen; and sandy crittenden, former parks and recreation commissioner.their argument concedes that the police department needs improvements, “but is the answer a huge $24m structure — more than $10,00






pat elliott wins special election for richfield mayor


richfield city council member pat elliott became the city's mayor tuesday in a special election to fill the vacancy left when former mayor debbie goettel moved to the hennepin county board this year.the new mayor will take office march 28 and will serve through 2018.the election results will become official friday after they are approved by the council, said city clerk beth vanhoose.the election pitted elliott, 69, in his third council term representing the city's west ward, against dan oxendale, 30, who ran for office for the first time.elliott received 78.7 percent of the vote, with 931 people voting for him and 238 voting for oxendale.turnout was low, with ballots cast by just 5.7 percent of registered richfield voters.elliott said he ran to advance goals and projects set forth by the c






pat elliott wins special election for richfield mayor


richfield city council member pat elliott became the city’s mayor tuesday in a special election to fill the vacancy left when former mayor debbie goettel moved to the hennepin county board this year.the new mayor will take office march 28 and will serve through 2018.the election results will become official friday after they are approved by the council, said city clerk beth vanhoose.the election pitted elliott, 69, in his third council term representing the city’s west ward, against dan oxendale, 30, who ran for office for the first time.elliott received 78.7 percent of the vote, with 931 people voting for him and 238 voting for oxendale.turnout was low, with ballots cast by just 5.7 percent of registered richfield voters.elliott said he ran to advance goals and projects set forth by the c






in lake city, patients and residents ask: is mayo listening?


two decades ago, when their local hospital partnered up with mayo clinic, people in lake city envisioned a boost to the quality and prestige of local medical care.today, some are having second thoughts. the hospital's labor and delivery services were phased out two years ago, and then last year three physicians and a nurse abruptly resigned from mayo's lake city clinic — including one who had served the community for two decades.now, one of the physicians has filed an employment lawsuit against mayo and some members of the city council are wondering how they can maintain a hospital that serves the community's needs."the handwriting on the wall seems to suggest that we are going to have an emergency room that just funnels people out to bigger facilities, which would be rochester or red wing






st. paul city council vows to ist if residents detained at msp airport


st. paul staff will ist residents if they are detained at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport due to president trump's executive order on immigration.the resolution is proactive, said city council member dai thao, who proposed the measure. he said he does not know of any st. paul residents currently detained at the airport.the president's order prohibits people from seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the united states for 90 days and blocks refugees from all nations for 120 days.the city attorney's office will start regularly requesting the names of people who live in st. paul who have been detained at the airport, according to a resolution city council members approved wednesday. if anyone is detained, the attorney's office and the city's human rights and equal






more than half of mpls.city council backs $15-an-hour minimum wage


a $15 minimum wage that makes no exception for tipped workers has gained enough city council support to earn passage into law in minneapolis.such a proposal would win at least the necessary seven votes on the 13-member council, members said this week, which would make minneapolis the latest in a string of major u.s. cities to pass a dramatically increased municipal minimum wage.there is no ordinance for the council to vote on yet and there won’t be until at least may. but the minimum wage has been a central issue in the campaign leading to november’s city elections, and minneapolis council members — almost all of them on the ballot — are taking firm positions ahead of the dfl conventions that start in late april.“we are building momentum to pass one fair $15 wage this summer,” said council






minneapolis voters turn out in large numbers to caucus for mayor, city council


thousands of minneapolis voters caucused on tuesday, the first step on the road to city elections in november.the caucuses are a test of strength in the race to elect the next mayor, and an early indicator of which city council races are the most competitive. all 13 council seats are up for grabs.at churches and schools across the city, residents volunteered to be delegates at conventions later this year where the dfl will endorse candidates. campaigns will spend the next several months trying to sway them, though many expect that the dfl will not endorse anyone in the mayoral race.the caucuses offered few concrete indicators of which campaigns were ahead, since there was no central tally of which delegates supported specific candidates.results were limited tuesday night, but the meetings






facing rental crisis, seattle creates a renters’ commission to explore new laws


the seattle city council voted unanimously on monday to create the 15-member board, which could begin meeting this summer to talk about pushing laws to help cope with soaring rents and displacement, among other concerns.the seattle city council on monday afternoon voted unanimously to create what is believed to be the nation’s first renters’ commission, which will push laws to help a growing group that makes up 54 percent of all households yet has a weak voice in city hall.as rents have skyrocketed across seattle and long-time tenants have been priced out, advocates for renters have said it was a constituency that hasn’t been heard as a unified group.renters could individually contact council members, or take time off work or school to come to a daytime meeting. but they had nowhere near t






no hobby drones to be allowed in holbrook-palmer park – the mercury news


the atherton city council had residents’ privacy in mind on feb. 15, when it held the first reading of an ordinance setting the rules for the use of drones in town.the idea of camera-toting, remotely piloted aircraft peeking over the trees into someone’s backyard was discussed at the meeting, supporting a section of the proposed ordinance that says nobody in atherton may operate a drone “in a manner that violates an individual’s reasonable expectation of privacy.”the ordinance, in part, reiterates federal rules for “unmanned aircraft systems,” but carries the intent to maintain the town’s own community standards even if “the faa or industry associations reduce the level of protection at any point in the future.”the city council is also against the use of hobby drones in holbrook-palmer par






south metro news briefs: south st. paul ordinance would authorize smaller house


the first reading of a new ordinance amendment on march 20 says slightly smaller house numbers are acceptable in south st. paul.city code currently requires 4.5 inch or larger plastic or metal house numbers to be placed on residential structures so that they “may be easily seen and read in daylight from the public street.” the requirement has caused problems, however, because state building code only requires four-inch numerals.residents have also complained that it can be hard to find 4.5 inch house numbers, as many stores only carry four or five inch sizes.according to a south st. paul memo, most other cities require four-inch numbers.the city council hasn’t passed the measure yet but will vote at a future meeting, after a second reading of the ordinance.erin adlerfarmingtoncity council






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the official mobile app for the city of council bluffs, iowa. this app provides a connection between council bluffs city offices and its residents and visitors. here you will find convenient access to city officials, request tracker, and latest city happenings. key features include;. bill pay. jobs. alerts. bid postings. calendar. city news. share with facebook and twitter. links to city council meetings, municipal code, blink wifi, alert iowa.






more than $200,000 has already poured into st. paul mayor's race


candidates vying to replace chris coleman as mayor of st. paul reported a wide range of paign fundraising totals at the end of 2016.according to paign finance reports submitted tuesday, melvin carter iii has raised $152,370 — the most so far — and council member dai thao has raised the least — $1,755.carter began fundraising in 2015 and has significantly more money than the other three candidates, who started their paign work at the end of 2016.about 800 people have donated to carter, a former st. paul city council member and executive director of the minnesota children’s cabinet, according to a news release from his paign.pat harris, another former council member and senior vice president at bmo harris bank, has raised $54,540 since dec. 6, according to his report.the ramsey county electi






more than half of mpls. council backs $15-an-hour minimum wage


a $15 minimum wage that makes no exception for tipped workers has gained enough city council support to earn passage into law in minneapolis.such a proposal would win at least the necessary seven votes on the 13-member council, members said this week, which would make minneapolis the latest in a string of major u.s. cities to pass a dramatically increased municipal minimum wage.there is no ordinance for the council to vote on yet and there won’t be until at least may. but the minimum wage has been a central issue in the campaign leading to november’s city elections, and minneapolis council members — almost all of them on the ballot — are taking firm positions ahead of the dfl conventions that start in late april.“we are building momentum to pass one fair $15 wage this summer,” said council






victoria residents roiled over council members' legal fees


a year after a judge found that four victoria city council members violated the state’s open meeting law 38 times, divisions in the small west metro city continue to deepen.some of the citizens who sued the council members now say the city has made an end-run around the public to pay $43,023 in legal fees for the council members who lost the case.eleven plaintiffs from victoria object to the city paying the defendants’ legal fees and want them to reimburse taxpayers. they contend that the legal bills were rammed through quietly on the city council’s consent agenda.“this is a public-interest lawsuit,” said alan kildow, who is representing the plaintiffs at no charge. “we’re of the opinion that the open meeting law in minnesota is very important to ensure the transparency of public proceedin






minneapolis considers blocking use of tire rubber on playgrounds, athletic field


the minneapolis city council will vote friday on whether to prohibit using city money to install or replace tire mulch on playgrounds and athletic fields, a decision that would most directly impact playing fields run by the minneapolis park board.the argument against the rubber, which is used on synthetic playing fields and 47 of the 66 school playgrounds in minneapolis, is about health. while studies into the health effects of waste tires have not been conclusive — a major study in california will be complete in 2019 — the concern is the presence of toxic chemicals.“i’m convinced the stuff is potentially dangerous enough that we should use alternatives,” said council member cam gordon, who has spearheaded the effort to curb their use.the city, however, does not control any playgrounds or






sunnyvale city council ranks top study issues for 2017 – the mercury news


the sunnyvale city council mapped out a series of issues to study this year and along the way discussed everything from mobile home rent stabilization to eliminating the use of chemical pesticides on city property.the council held its annual study issues workshop feb. 17 that saw all seven council members decide which topics they should focus on this year. at the public meeting, elected officials combed through a list of topics ranked by each city department.the top-ranked issue in the city manager’s office was a proposal to amend the city charter regarding how and when the city goes about filling vacant council seats. the city spent $794,978 last year to hold an august special election to fill a vacancy created when david whittum suddenly resigned from the council. the charter spells out






brooklyn park settles political tug-of-war over resolution on refugees, immigran


council member susan pha thought it would be simple.since the presidential election, pha watched as anxiety mounted in brooklyn park’s refugee, immigrant and muslim communities and said she felt the city should make a unified gesture of support. so she drafted a resolution that declared “support for refugees and immigrants” in brooklyn park — one of the state’s most diverse cities.while similar resolutions have passed with little resistance in neighboring cities, brooklyn park’s was met with push back from other city leaders, who objected to its language and said it lacked resident feedback and meaningful action. the resolution was tabled in a tense february meeting and has triggered six weeks of back-and-forth in community gatherings.pha, who came to the united states as a 3-year-old refu






brooklyn park settles political tug-of-war over resolution on refugees, immigran


council member susan pha thought it would be simple.since the presidential election, pha watched as anxiety mounted in brooklyn park's refugee, immigrant and muslim communities and said she felt the city should make a unified gesture of support. so she drafted a resolution that declared "support for refugees and immigrants" in brooklyn park — one of the state's most diverse cities.while similar resolutions have passed with little resistance in neighboring cities, brooklyn park's was met with push back from other city leaders, who objected to its language and said it lacked resident feedback and meaningful action. the resolution was tabled in a tense february meeting and has triggered six weeks of back-and-forth in community gatherings.pha, who came to the united states as a 3-year-old refu






a voting law meant to increase minority representation has generated many more l


two years ago, the city of palmdale settled a lawsuit alleging that its system of electing all four council members by citywide votes was rigged against latinos and other minorities.in addition to a $4.5-million payout, the city agreed to scrap its “at large” voting system and create four separate council districts, including two with latino majorities.the result? the city had one appointed latino council member before the rules change. it still has just one, though that member was elected.facing the threat of similar lawsuits under the california voting rights act, several dozen cities across the state have switched from citywide elections in which all voters choose everyone on the council, to district elections in which geographically divided groups of voters each elect their own represe






bray-ali vs. cedillo runoff is a victory for a new vision of a sustainable l.a.


when the times editorial board endorsed joe bray-ali for los angeles city council district 1, we described the election as a choice between competing visions of l.a.’s future.on one side is bray-ali, a bike activist with dreams of a denser, smarter city with more affordable housing and fewer smog-producing cars; on the other is councilman gil cedillo, a career politician who is hyper focused on building more market-rate housing and operates under the old-school rubric of the councilman as the boss of the district, rather than its servant.in that context, the new vision scored a victory on friday. that was when the latest ballot count from the march 7 election made it clear that an exceedingly rare thing had happened: a challenger pushed an incumbent council member into a runoff.the final r






lake city feels the pinch as mayo shifts care model


two decades ago, when their local hospital partnered up with mayo clinic, people in lake city envisioned a boost to the quality and prestige of local medical care.today, some are having second thoughts. the hospital’s labor and delivery services were phased out two years ago, and then last year three physicians and a nurse abruptly resigned from mayo’s lake city clinic — including one who had served the community for two decades.now, one of the physicians has filed an employment lawsuit against mayo and some members of the city council are wondering how they can maintain a hospital that serves the community’s needs.“the handwriting on the wall seems to suggest that we are going to have an emergency room that just funnels people out to bigger facilities, which would be rochester or red wing






victoria residents object to paying officials' legal bills for violating open me


a year after a judge found that four victoria city council members violated the state’s open meeting law 38 times, divisions in the small west metro city continue to deepen.some of the citizens who sued the council members now say the city has made an end-run around the public to pay $43,023 in legal fees for the council members who lost the case.eleven plaintiffs from victoria object to the city paying the defendants’ legal fees and want them to reimburse taxpayers. they contend that the legal bills were rammed through quietly on the city council’s consent agenda.“this is a public-interest lawsuit,” said alan kildow, who is representing the plaintiffs at no charge. “we’re of the opinion that the open meeting law in minnesota is very important to ensure the transparency of public proceedin






phillies and pirates prospects, 2017 fantasy baseball podcast


get yourself a cheesesteak, a roast pork sandwich, a primanti bros. sandwich, and a yuengling cause we’re going full pennsylvania in this bee-yatch! we’re bringing you a jam packed double episode with the phillies and pirates. pow! we talk austin meadows, josh bell, j.p. crawford, mickey moniak. debate dylan cozens name pronunciation and potential ceiling. we play everyone’s favorite game hoskins or joseph.  my daughter stops by with her talking pig, and just a whole host of other madness. how much fun can you have on a single episode? who knows, but we push the limits. ralph and halp, this time with 3 times more disagreements! just like facebook only your aunt isn’t calling your younger brother “snowflake”. it’s the latest episode of the razzball prospect podcast!http://www.blogtalkradio.