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L. Tinkham July 22, 2014 at 09:04 AM
it is happening more lately because there are more and more drivers without taking the test andRead Moregett ing a license. When they get caught and get tickets/arrested then the courts are saying the police are profiling and they are let go to break the laws again. vicious cycle!!!
Shava Nerad June 25, 2014 at 08:48 AM
Unintended consequences, anyone? Kay, did you notify the management at Shetland that this was anRead Moreis sue, or did you just decide to disclose it to the public without giving them a chance to think about the problem first? You know, this is not a new thing -- there have been binoculars on top of the Eiffel Tower and nearly every landmark in creation, and people take images. The difference here is that you don't need to be standing on the waterfront with a good Nikon camera with a decent zoom lens as one might have 25-30 years ago to get the same peeping tom effect. Perhaps when Shetland Park realizes this, they'll fix the camera's angles so it simply doesn't include the arc that allows it to see the condos and hotel? Anything else in the area is public and open anyway, and could be photographed by any tourist at any time.
Drew Mann June 25, 2014 at 11:19 AM
I think that it is wonderful and gives you access views of the harbor and weather conditionsRead Morethrough out the day. It is not any different from having a telescope on you deck if you live in downtown. I wish they included a forum where people could discuss what they are viewing in real time. We live in a great city and you should embrace technology.
Derrick Julien June 21, 2014 at 11:03 PM
even disturbing the mud unless its natural tide could cause odor and no one wants whats in it. Read Moreplus any work will create massive legislation work and headaches. its best to be left alone until the state can afford to dredge it. its not the cities problem
deb benvie July 04, 2014 at 01:58 PM
Expecting a full conference weekend enjoying Salem, ferry trip/program to Omni Parker House andRead Moremore ....www.dickensnorthofboston.com Who knew...Dickens is rellvent, relateable, fun, and sooooo.... dramatic ! Can't wait to be among leisure fans, scholars, musicians and notable authors from west coast, UK and beyond.
Leana faneuf; June 13, 2014 at 07:20 AM
New York dog owners are the best, curb your dog should be the law. Speaking as a dog owner and aRead Morefl ower grower, my neighbors all stop allowing their dogs to pee on my front yard flowers, killing them. Dogs just want to go where another dog has gone, try curbing them. At least attempt to your dog off your neighbors property instead of lead them to it.
That Girl May 28, 2014 at 08:33 AM
Actually, the Salem Patch doesn't report on ANYTHING any more! It's just a bunch of lame blogs, the Read Moreboard posts such as this, real estate listings, and the police blotter. There is ZERO reporting at all. Salem Patch should be renamed Salem Crap.
Drew Mann May 28, 2014 at 12:33 PM
The Patch also seems to have no shortage of stories about pit bull attacks across the US. Not sureRead Morew hy this would be relevant on a daily basis to the citizens of Salem Massachusetts.
Merry Christmas June 01, 2014 at 03:20 AM
your right and the ongoing complaints about loose dangerous pitbulls.
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