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Lawrence Library director Bruce Flanders, left, gets a victory high-five from his daughter Kelly Flanders Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010, as the library bond issue vote was winning.
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so, "not_holroyd" is a landlord or so it says.
As for wilbur, and those who think wilbur owns oread properties,guess again, it ain't true.
wilbur or who "not_holroyd" thinks wilbur is, substantial sources have proof that said wilbur sold out sometime ago when the getting was good
no one else would listen, the next sellout is just gravy on the platter.
rents are going up as the YES voters did what the landlords didn't want to do, but now it is easy.
thank you all of you, who voted YES.
Bring in the bulldozers, the clowns are already here. Those who have bought in the past couple of years, rental properties in Lawrence are going to become dehydrated by the next bond election that the school district is cooking up.
This is just too much fun.
Next place to buy...want a hint? Las Vegas, then Henderson N.Carolina, that may be a bit too late. Right now, Acacio Colorado is a good bet. NIce adobe for sale.
For anyone approaching 55 and older, sell out in Lawrence, buy in Sun City AZ where there is a real senior center, unlike Lawrence which has an old jail.
this election turned out just as figured. All it took were some renters on the east side to vote yes. Anyone look at where the VOTE yes signs were,in front of rentals. That's a good one. And one sign was right in front of a landlord on Kentucky who owns rentals.
This is just too good to be true. Another vote YES sign was at the corner of 11th and Ohio, another landlord. This is just too good to be true.
Thank you again, all of you who voted YES, you made the apartment owners happy, and did them a favor. Now they can raise the rents.
Thank you, mucho gracias.
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