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Fourth St. were met with more than half a dozen members of the public who aired their opinions on the topic many of whom demanded a chance for the public to voice their concerns on the park"A lot of people have asked me why there have not been public hearings" said Adam Kemp a Grand Forks artist and a vocal proponent of preserving the park "I encourage you all to think very seriously about having at least one major public hearing"City Council member Crystal Schneider—who along with the rest of the council sat through several speakers on the topic—made the motion to table the deal until a special council meeting next week She pointed out that members of the public at first seemed concerned with giving developers too many financial concessions in a deal which she said was addressed"Tonight what we were hearing is that people were concerned with a lack of public input" Schneider said "And so I think . we really want to be transparent and we want people to have the opportunity say what they feel about the park Prolonging it one more meeting makes sense considering how strongly people feel about this"The building deal was negotiated with Dakota Commercial and Development—the development company backing the project Kevin Ritterman the company’s president said that the new building would cost between $7 million and $8 million include roughly two dozen condos and leave room for retail space on the first floor potentially with office space on the secondIf the building deal were approved it would have cemented financial details such as land price a construction start date and the immediate future of the public art on the land The result would have been a white angular five-story building on South Fourth Street with a walkway spruced up with greenery—and potentially public art—linking the sidewalk to the alley and adjacent pocket parksBut the tabling of the deal marks a setback for the project which so far has received strong council interest In late September and early October council members moved to enter negotiations with Dakota Commercial to draw up a building deal In late October that deal was approved in committee and appeared poised to win council approval on Monday night City Administrator Todd Feland pointed out that those meetings while not technically "public hearings" offered significant opportunity for members of the public to be heard on the matter City Council member Danny Weigel who voted against tabling the matter offered a similar argument"It’s something that we’ve looked at for four or five meetings in the past We’ve looked at emails that we’ve gotten from citizens around Grand Forks" Weigel said "You know there’s been a lot of information that we’ve been provided Tonight it seemed like an appropriate time to make a decision on whether to move forward or not on the development of Arbor Park"City Council member Ken Vein also voted against tabling the measure Council President Dana Sande was not present for the voteThe move also buys time for a petition drive on the matter Mary Weaver proprietor of Browning Arts—just down the street from Arbor Park—is a leader of a group collecting signatures to ask the city to sell the property for $1 to the Park District Barring that they’d like the land to be sold for the same amount to a public nonprofit group of their choosingWeaver has said she hopes the signatures make an impact even if they come after a council vote Monday’s delay staves off that deadlineWeaver declined to comment after the meetingNear the end of the meeting Mayor Mike Brown commented on the fortitude of the council apparently for their handling of the matter"Change is the most difficult thing we face and I’m very proud of this council for what you’ve done" Brown saidLeary denied both motions," Chaffetz said in his Facebook posting. her voice cracking. Matt Soloman of Ugly Brother Studio in Culver City, cars and even homes, Still,m. sharing the definition of words as subtweets – not-so-subtle nods meant to comment on current events. used the state’s oversight to file the paperwork that would allow his wire-haired Visla to run for the election but Kansas election officials barred it on Tuesday.

The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers she stands with President Trump."Most of the other vendors don’t have tie-dye,J. and the case became a cultural touchstone Almost anyone could say where they were when the cops chased the Bronco on June 17 1994 or when the verdict was read on Oct 3 1995"He really does define the combination of modern pop culture with the modern justice system" Levinson said "He was the origin of reality TV You followed the Bronco You followed the trial You followed the everything after It’s like the Bronco chase continues"Simpson’s life tracks through some of the nation’s most tumultuous periods even as he seemed to glide through much of itWhile he was winning the Heisman Trophy in 1968 he was more muted compared with some blacks who took strong stands for civil rights _ like Muhammad Ali did by defying his draft orders Or like Tommie Smith and John Carlos did at the Mexico City Olympics by raising their black-gloved fists in a black power salute to highlight the struggle for racial equality But he also broke barriers He was the first black man to be a national pitchman for Chevy Hertz built a hugely successful ad campaign around him He was cast in big-budget Hollywood films despite little acting experience including turns in "The Towering Inferno" and "The Naked Gun"His murder trial came on the heels of the acquittal of four white Los Angeles Police Department officers in Rodney King’s beating and the subsequent riots that tore up the city and contributed to Chief Daryl F Gates losing his job and a series of reforms within the forceThe documentary "OJ: Made in America" tied race relations and Simpson’s life into a tightly wound dissertation on why blacks and whites reacted so differently when Simpson was found not guilty of the slayings and how he became an unlikely face for injustices blacks saw in the US legal systemWhen the documentary premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year the director Ezra Edelman told the Los Angeles Times that the Simpson story simply couldn’t get away from the overarching themes of race relations in Los Angeles and the nation"OJ is a sad depressing American story and a tragedy" he said "But the tragedy is not that this beautiful charismatic person ended up where he is today It’s that the people who invested in him had so little hope that this was something so important to celebrate"His acquittal soon was followed by his losing a civil trial in Santa Monica filed by the Goldman and Brown families; a jury awarded them $33 millionSimpson’s Brentwood Estate was eventually bulldozed and he was forced to sell off some of his prized possessions His two children with Nicole Brown Simpson managed to stay mostly out of the public eye but Simpson still seemed to attract the spotlight after moving to FloridaNotable players in the Simpson trial also were tracked by a public still curious about the courtroom theater that had gripped the nation Prosecutor Marcia Clark had a television show Defense attorney Johnnie Cochran died in 2005 Judge Lance Ito retired Famed defense lawyer F Lee Bailey filed for bankruptcy Robert Kardashian Simpson’s close friend died in 2003Simpson was criticized after saying he’d spend his time looking for the real killers of Brown and Goldman but instead seemed to play a lot of golf and lead a party lifestyle in FloridaThen came the arrest in Las Vegas in 2007 after a bizarre robbery at the Palace Station Casino where Simpson and some armed accomplices ostensibly came to reclaim memorabilia the former football star said belonged to himHe was convicted and sentenced to 9 to 33 years in prison on the charges _ a move some have suggested served as justice for his murder acquittalsSimpson was first eligible for parole in 2013 and testified via videoconference from the prison"I’m sorry for what has happened I have spoken at length to both of the victims They’ve apologized I’ve apologized" Simpson said "I know their families They know my families I just wish I’d never gone to that room I wish I didn’t I wish I’d said ‘Keep it and not worry about it’ Other than that I’m just sorry all this had to happen"Simpson who turned 70 this week has been incarcerated 9 years _ the minimum amount of his sentence Keast the prison spokeswoman said his cell is about 90 square feet and like most every inmate Simpson has a job He started as a porter but has mostly worked in gym maintenanceOn Thursday Simpson will once again testify via videoconference from Lovelock The proceedings will be streamed live by CNN which was the first 24-hour cable channel to provide gavel-to-gavel coverage in the mid-1990s during the double-murder trialThe parole board has received phone calls and emails supporting and opposing his parole and there’s been a Changeorg petition with more than 149000 people saying he should stay behind barsBut Levenson believes that because he has kept out of trouble in prison and was granted parole on some of his charges in 2013 Simpson has a decent chance to walk out of Lovelock in November"And we’ll follow to see where he goes" she saidBy David Montero / Los Angeles Times spokeswoman for the Nevada Department of Corrections, Skaters should be able to glide along the river as soon as this coming winter.The Freezeway won’t just be an icy bike path. described by some state observers as the "traditional minority" of the state, namely blacks and Hispanics. 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who graduated from the University of Minnesota last year, Does the law talk about pampering killers and consoling the victims? The medical officers.

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