RIVER CREEK 5
Creek--A step forward was taken in the development of the
Upon the noted lack of volunteers, the
Council appointed itself to be the Committee.
Mayor Summers said that the whole problem of location could be avoided;
he would donate his land for the development of the Industrial Park. Mayor Summer's land, commonly known around
the Village as Summer's Folly, is located along the
Paul Travis said that he had some prime land East of his landfill that he would be willing to sell. LaKiesha Andrews noted weakly that she would have to leave the table a second, and that she had lost her appetite. Mr. Travis angrily replied that the landfill did not smell that bad. Mrs. Andrews, looking around the room, and visibly regretting her statement, responded diplomatically that she was pregnant, and sometimes she reacted that way. However, this reporter concurs with Mrs. Andrews; his landfill does smell that bad. To describe it as smelling of rotten eggs and unwashed pigs would do it justice. Apparently, Mr. Travis hasn't kept up on his landfill literature.
A variety of people from the audience then attempted to put in their two cents worth, some of them apparently Paul Travis' neighbors. Hiram Weatherall settled the dispute by slamming his glass of beer on the table, thereby showering his neighbors, of which this reporter was one. This effectively silenced the crowd; however, Councilman Weatherall's action was called out of order by Mayor Summers. As it should be. It wasn't even good beer.
In other Council news: Councilman Lazarus Nelson reports that his
program of placing his oldest boy, Nelson, with a flashlight on the edge of the
pothole in front of his house on foggy nights is working just fine. Fewer boats have hit the edge of the
asphalt. His boy also makes fine foghorn
noises, and can gargle
Repairs on the Village Hall are said to be proceeding fine, in spite of the carpenter's insistence of using Silly Putty as a valid building material. In this reporter's opinion, Play-Doh is far superior. However, in a survey by this reporter, many people prefer school paste for construction. They cite the edibility of the product. All this reporter can say is "Bon Appetite."