Jeffrey was a wonderful man. He was my boyfriend for 2 years and I don't think I will ever recover from this heartbreaking loss. Jeffrey was the kind of person who would give the shirt off his back to anyone who needed it. Whenever anything needed to be done Jeffrey was the guy to do it. He was a wonderful storyteller and enjoyed meeting new people. I'm sorry I won't be able to attend the memorial service but I will be there in spirit.
The DRC is disappointing. Looking at Deer Ridge, Bristol Point and Rockwell Estates as examples of subdivisions/developments that went wrong; the common denominator is many on the committee are still occupying seats. Weak enforcement is another issue with building and zoning. Storm sewers, cookie-cutter lots, lack of walking/bike paths into the city, parks for kids, turn lanes getting off safely from Route 6 are all examples to name just a few. Look at Minooka developments for some bench marking ideas - these are asthetically easy on the eyes as well as well thought out developments.
Didn't notice the group picture attached at the bottom of the article - but the first pic' shows the 'boys' doing the work. Nonetheless, it was a group effort - no slight intended. Sorry for generalizing, I typically don't do that. Bottom line, it's refreshing to see young people involved in an obviously worthy cause of helping others in need.
The Dr. AKA JS. Is why we have problems. Illogical, mean Hat#ful, Spit$ful. I heard an O. winfrey interview today. She is right. For some of this to pass in life the life must run it's course and pass on. There is hope in the young. The Bigo%ed will never change. If you are over 50 you know that Government at all levels has become the only game in town. To work at the "big" employers puts one on welfare (fact) It is also clear by the Doctors posts that those paid by tax dollars want us to shut our mouths and keep our minds closed. They want want want. With out question. That is the problem.