Saturday, November 21, 2009

Time flies

I didn't realize it had been two weeks already since the last edition of And Then There's That, but it has. This week's show was another success. One of the topics of discussion was the graffiti at the skate park, and the question was raised as to what a 'bikini-clad-she-devil' looked like, because the HoCo times reported that there was one there. Well, she looks like this:

Btw, next week's show will feature Mary Kay Sigaty as a guest, who will be the first currently serving elected official on the program. That should be pretty interesting.

I'll be curious to see if the County leaves the plywood sheets up which border one side of the skate park, because they serve no purpose other than to be blank canvases for the graffiti artists (they are supposed to reduce noise). You can clearly see these decorated plywood sheets from Rt. 108, which is what first got my eye as I drove past back in September. The park would look a heck of a lot better with these sheets removed.


Anonymous said...


You approached this issue with the tenacity of a bulldog. You deserve recognition for bringing to light this important story. Thank you for staying focused on the things that matter most, and don't stop fighting!