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A small portion of Barnes Road being a one-way street is a little odd, and, as it turns out, a relic of council once again caving to the demands of a few. And not undoing the one-way status once its reason for being was terminated.
John E. Maunder describes St. John’s at the beginning of the nineteenth century as “…a rowdy, dirty and disorganized little fishing village and military garrison of about 5000 souls … a literary and cultural wasteland.”
On the list of things you worry about when walking around on a warm summer’s day, road dust is likely not up there with wasps, smog, and bad drivers.
“The backyard is a jungle,” says Husic. “I think I’ll find Kung Fu Panda.”
What went down at council this week?
The last time a citizen of St. John’s ran for mayor without time served on council, and got into the seat, was the election of Charles Howlett in 1929. But he performed legendarily in the role
“Right-wing extremists are behind nearly twice as many incidents as Islamic Extremists.”
“Convenience is what we are selling. We’re selling decent food, but decent food that’s convenient.”