The Ashland Chronicle
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The Fickle Finger of Ashland! February 12, 2018

Civic Action

Ashland's Budget - What is going on? In a clip of the May 11, 2017 Budget Hearing, Bev Adams (former Interim Director of Administrative Services and Finances) who compiled the 2017-19 budget document, states she was surprised that Ashland didn’t have more available reserves.  Ashland acts as if it has a lot of extra money, but Ms. Adams stated quite …

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Ashland Autocracy?

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Ashland Autocracy? I am troubled by what I see happening in Ashland, as I see it become much more autocratic than I feel is acceptable. I recently read the Mail Tribune (1/29/18) article entitled ‘Ashland Council should work with, not against, citizens’ about the City council/Mayor (City) circumventing the citizens on the CBC, abruptly changing the process without notifying the …

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The Future of the GOP - A Must Read

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The Future of the GOP In an essay, “Boycott the Republican Party” (The Atlantic, March, 2018), two impressively credentialed, obstinately non-partisan political observers suggest that, “If conservatives want to save the GOP from itself, they need to vote mindlessly and mechanically against its nominees.” The reasoning behind this thought-provoking essay by Jonathan Rauch and Benjamin Wittes is that the Republican …

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The Future of the GOP - An Important Perspective

Civic Action

The Future of the GOP In an essay, “Boycott the Republican Party” (The Atlantic, March, 2018), two impressively credentialed, obstinately non-partisan political observers suggest that, “If conservatives want to save the GOP from itself, they need to vote mindlessly and mechanically against its nominees.” The reasoning behind this thought-provoking essay by Jonathan Rauch and Benjamin Wittes is that the Republican …

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