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I’ve never gotten terribly involved with the debate over the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant but I tend to come down against closing the plant because of some general feelings that I have about the anti-nuclear/environmental movement. To explain: I have never gotten serious answers to the following two questions from an anti-nuclear person:
For my entire career, I have handled cases in which negligence results in tragic loss. A pharmaceutical company that markets a drug it knew could cause death (my hemophilia/AIDS cases being one example) ; a drunk driver killing or maiming an innocent driver or pedestrian; a rapist that changes the life of a victim forever as a result of a violent act. I have had all those cases and I could go on. They all also change the life of the lawyer because you share and live with the pain of the victim. They all cry out for Accountability on the part of the wrongdoer.
Details from last night's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Here’s the good news: with the election over, we get a reprieve from droning, incessant, negative TV ads on the candidates. Here’s the bad news: our television viewing will now return to droning, incessant ads pitching furniture, cars, and male performance enhancers. Not much of an improvement.
Find out what's on the agenda for tonight's Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Living life on the Cape definitely has it's ups or advantages, then again it can also have its down and disadvantages. Home repairs and upgrades and new appliances. As I previously noted, I am the second owner of a house built in '71, it's a nice ranch with a wicked 10' ceiling walk out basement. But there is much about it that is still 1971, the kitchen, the bathroom, the two layers of shingles, the gutters, and some of the furniture which came with the place. Well I found out something else this past weekend.
Some town fees could soon be increased; we have details from today’s fee hearing on this episode of Barnstable Today.
One of my pet loving readers recently told me about CedarCide all natural, organic pet animal products whose base is non-toxic cedar oil. She swears by their shampoo, which leaves her Great Dane’s coat shiny and smelling great.
Cedar oil, a proven insect repellant, has been around thousands of years. Cedar chests and closets have long been used for storage of winter clothes to protect them from moths and other bugs. Now, CedarCide offers products with the same bug killing ingredient.
Beginnings of the FY16 School Budget, snowy owls return, and road work tomorrow. These stories and more on this episode of "Barnstable Today"