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Good Friday Morning,
Patterson Crossing. Patterson Crossing. Patterson Crossing. No matter how many times you say it, it never slips as sweetly off the tongue as, "No Friggin' Way."
Insite Engineering brought what looked to be the entire male crew of their shop to the Kent Planning Board meeting last evening and while Stormwater Consultant Bruce Barber and Engineer Mike Soyka were joined by several Planning Board members in grilling Insite's Jeff Contelmo, his gum chewing increased in intensity until the room all but buzzed with nervousness. The board had questions and Insite had answers... maybe later at some other point in time and if they can mine English grammar for just the right obfuscations and slights-of-mouth which would make it appear the answers were germane to the questions. They're the best at it but they haven't been up against the Town of Kent with an issue this important.
There is life after Patterson Crossing and here's some of it:
Songwriters Circle - My Furry Valentine
Singer/Songwriters Kati Mac, Mike Coffey, Peter Calo and Steve Kirkman present an intimate evening of songs and stories in Nashville circle style entitled My Furry Valentine this Friday, February 13, at 8 p.m. Five-time Emmy Award-nominated Kati Mac invited Coffey, Calo and Kirkman, who have collectively performed with Carly Simon, James Taylor, Richie Havens, Willie Nelson, Jefferson Starship and Queen Latifah (Full biographical information will be available in programs at the concert), to join her in this evening before Valentine's Day program. Because the performers also support "furry" friends, they will accept donations for The Putnam Humane Society at the Concert. Admission is $10 ($9 for Arts on the Lake members). Reservations may be made at firstname.lastname@example.org.