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Numb Gray Surrender II
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
It's really really gray and dark outside. Cloudy, cold and wet. This is my fist post this week. I haven't had too much to say.

I've written two serious pieces recently that seem to have died in committee. You see, I don't own a voice recorder so when I do an interview, I jot down what the person said and reconstruct it later. To make sure I don't misquote or mis-characterize my subject's words, I let them vet the piece before I publish it.

For instance, I finally finished writing up my interview with the owner's of Radio Deli months ago, but I can't publish it yet, because it's still languishing in their in-box awaiting review. Similarly another interview I did a couple of weeks ago, which would certainly be fascinating to my readers, also can't be published because I don't have the OK.

This blog would be a lot better if I had a voice recorder and a new camera. I'll have to work on getting those things before the local elections start shaping up in January.

So what's going on right now? Well we're one week from the presidential election. I guess I could talk about that. In the past I've voted in the morning before work, but I think Koko wants to go, so maybe the four of us will go together after five.

I vote in Ward 7, Chittenden District 3-2. How will I be voting?

President/VP: Obama & Biden; US House: Welch; Governor: O'Connor; Lt. Gov: Blank; Treasurer: Blank; Secretary of State: Blank; Auditor: Martha Abbot; Attorney General: Blank; State Senator: Tim Ashe only or Blank; State Rep: Mark Larson; High Bailiff: Blank; Justice of the Peace: Ed Adrian, Tom Fleury, Jim Flint and Selene Hofer-Shall.

Ballot Items:
1. Bond to repave streets: Yes.
2. Tax increase for streets: No. (Ask me next year.)
3. Penny for Parks: No. (To pay for Adam Cate's vacation?)

I miss the Carpetbagger Report. Political Animal just isn't as good. Don't get me wrong, I still read it, but lately I've had to lean on Wonkette as a supplement.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:19 AM   4 comments
Friday Fun
Friday, October 24, 2008
So I figured 'Why not lump it all together in one post?'

First of all There's a new post up at Minor Heresies about the price of Oil. This is the smartest blog in Vermont.

Second- Here's an interesting blog post about The Fags, an old Burlington band you may remember. Here's a picture of band members Dana, Jason and Eugene. One bit of related trivia- Dana lived in Austin Texas at the same time as me and Neil Cleary.

Last- Here are a couple of commercials I can't stop watching. The second one (Share the Fantasy) was directed by Ridley Scott in 1979.

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City Council Agenda 10.27.08
Here's an MS Word .doc of Monday's City Council Agenda

Highlights include...

11. COMMUNICATION: Jonathan P.A. Leopold, Jr., CAO, re: Employee Retirement Advisory Group Update (oral)(10 mins.)

11.01. RESOLUTION: The Employee Retirement Advisory Group (Councilors Keogh, Montroll & Adrian)

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Healthcare Hearing
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
(Public Advisory)

Human Rights Hearing:
"Healthcare is a Human Right"
Burlington City Hall, Contois Auditorium
(149 Church St., Burlington)
Thursday Oct 23 at 7:00 p.m.

The event will include the following listening panel:

Rabbi Joshua Chasan, Ohavi Zedek Synagogue
Jennifer Henry, RN Nurses Union President,
Fletcher Allen Health Care
Rebecca Smith Haslam, President, Burlington Education Association
Rev. Sarah Flynn, ALL Souls Ministry in
Roddy Cleary, former minister
Unitarian Universalist Church in Burlington
Al Robinson, Imani Health Institute
Ann Goering, MD, Winooski Family Health
Mohamed Abdi,
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Hal Colston, Neighbor Keepers
Mayor Bob Kiss, City of Burlington

Similar "Human Rights Forums" will be held all across the state, in the coming months as the Workers' Center continues its effort to fight for a just healthcare system that values human lives over profit — an attainable goal, given Vermont's passionate and engaged citizenry.

All are welcome. For more information visit
or call Erika Simard at 802-316-7827.
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Adam Cate Disciplined
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
John Briggs over at the Free Press is reporting today that Adam Cate, the city's waterfront manager who has been suspended with pay since June for God-Knows-What, is appealing Parks Director Wayne Gross's disciplinary decision.

What that decision is, we don't know. We only know that Cate is appealing it to the Parks and Recreation Commission. From the Burlington Free Press:
Gross declined to discuss the nature of the charges against Cate, the scope of the investigation or his recommendation for discipline. He described the investigation as focusing on "a series of different issues related to the operation of the (Community) Boathouse and access to e-mail accounts."

The hearing before the commission has not been scheduled. Gross said it would be a closed hearing unless Cate asks that the public be admitted.

Cate's attorney couldn't be reached Monday for comment. Earlier, lawyer Sheldon Katz confirmed that the city had hired two private investigators. At least part of that investigation focused on Cate's possession of an e-mail from Ben Pacy of the Clerk-Treasurer's Office to the top union official in the Parks Department.

Pacy formerly was a Parks Department supervisor.
This kind of thing is infuriating. It's not right. It's not right. It's not right. Good government is transparent. It's open. I have been a pretty strong supporter of Bob Kiss throughout his term, but I have to be honest here. That support is eroding. There is no reason for everything to be so secretive. City Hall belongs to the people of Burlington. Not Ben Pacy. Not Johnathon Leopold.

One comment on this story at the the Free Press website is interesting. From "Sabin:"
Ben Pacy couldn’t get Gross’s job so he transfers to the treasurer’s office and starts romancing King Leopold on the idea of combining Public Works & Parks Department. Maybe a good idea, who knows. Cate breaks into Pacy’s e-mail and finds an invitation to a union official to meet off the record. Cate brings the e-mail to Gross who presents it to Kiss. Four days later Cate is suspended on the pretense of embezzlement. What are the chances that they realized Cate was stealing four days after the e-mail? Then the drama begins, Burlington Police is asked to investigate – no luck. Kiss not happy with the outcome hires the P.I. firm – batted zero. Shocker. Now what?

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Loyal's Tidal Wave
Monday, October 20, 2008
New Blog by Loyal Ploof...

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Digital Television Town Meeting
Friday, October 17, 2008
Public Advisory from Senator Sanders:

"Please Join Senator Bernie Sanders and Federal Communications Commissioner Michael J. Copps for a Town Meeting on the Digital Television Conversion

Wednesday, October 22
7:00 p.m.
Contois Auditorium
Burlington City Hall
149 Church Street
Burlington, VT

Did you know that on February 17, 2009, television stations across the country will begin broadcasting exclusively in a digital format?

Will you still get television reception?

Will you need a new antenna to get TV reception?

Will you continue to receive Canadian TV shows?

Learn the answers to these questions and more at the Town Meeting. We look forward to seeing you there.

This meeting is free and open to the public. RSVP is requested, but not required. Contact Bernie's office for more information at 1-800-339-9834 or visit"
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The Way We Were II
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Click me when I'm twelve to see what this blog looked like on day two. Notice that I have a link to Politics Vermont, and that Kevin Curley's link still works.

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Prog Press Conference Today
Press Advisory:

"Press conference: Tuesday at 11:00 am
outside Davis Center (library side)

As the UVM community heads to the polls this November, environmental issues are a top concern. Campus has a strong desire to see more renewable energy production, a clean lake champlain, sustainable food production and a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions.

"UVM is represented by two of the strongest pro-environmental leaders in the statehouse," said Todd Bailey, executive director at the Vermont League of Conservation Voters. Mr. Bailey will be joined by David Blittersdorf, a leader in Vermont's renewable energy industry, to recognize the leadership role played by Representatives David Zuckerman and Chris Pearson."
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Lady Links & Francis Soyer
Monday, October 13, 2008

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Withdrawing from Race
Friday, October 10, 2008
I am withdrawing from the Ward Seven City Council race. After many conversations with my wife, and after serious consideration, I have decided that I will not be a candidate for City Councilor from Ward Seven in the March 2009 election.

I am grateful for all the encouragement to run that I have received from Democrats, Republicans and Independents of the new north end, but this is not my time to run. Seeing to the needs of my children and my family are my priority. For now at least, a run for office would be diversion from that priority, and splitting my time between family and city government would not be of adequate service to either.

I may decide to run next year or the year after, but for now my focus must stay on my family. Of course, I will keep spending a little time working on this blog, and on using it to cover the upcoming local races and the folks who actually do decide to run in them this cycle.

Thank you for your understanding and support, and thank you for reading Visit often!


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Bureaucracy Blog
Thursday, October 09, 2008
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Meat Space Moments II
Tuesday, October 07, 2008
(Re-run from 06.28.07)

Scudder Parker vs. Charity Tensel

Caught in the crossfire of an eye-laser battle between former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Scudder Parker and former Republican city council candidate Charity Tensel, Ed Adrian and TJ Donovan wonder how long their invisible force field will hold out.

Can they survive?


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Local Action Works
New local political blog by Owen Mulligan and Friends... Local Action Works. Yesterday they explored the upcoming mayoral race a little bit in a post titled Adrian vs. Montroll.
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Sexy Girls Have It Easy
Monday, October 06, 2008
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. I'm thankful Pooopsie and her family expose my kids to so much spoken Russian. It's wonderful for cognition and for learing English better. Koko my boy turned four last week. Yanna my girl is about a year and a half old. When Poopsie pulled up in her Ford with the kids this evening, Koko was trying trying to get Yanna in trouble. "Yanna called me a *deleted*!" he said as I was unstrapping him from the back seat. "She can talk now?" I asked with surprise. "She spoke it in Russian!" He knows I can't speak Russian.

I'm also grateful for my ultra-commie, city-shouldn't-be-in-telecom, Burlington Telecom access to great channels like Current. Here's something I just watched on Current called "Sexy Girls Have It Easy." It's an interesting socio-anthropological case study on how sexy girls have it easy, produced by a very plain and very sexy gal with a lot of self-confidence.

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More to Come...
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City Council Agenda 10.06.08
Thursday, October 02, 2008
Here's an MS Word .doc of Monday's City Council Agenda

Highlights include...

Item 11.REPORT: Scott Gustin and Laurie Adams, Co-Chairs, Stormwater Task Force, Re: Proposed Stormwater Program


11.02. COMMUNICATION: Emily Stebbins, Chair, Burlington Planning Commission, re: Proposed Stormwater Management Program


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Gettin' The Band Back Together
Wednesday, October 01, 2008
Dust off your vacuum cleaner and wash uffize drive me to firenze...

Phish is getting back together for four shows in Virginia in March, and for other expected tour dates beyond that. From
"Phish returns to the stage for three concerts at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia on March 6, 7 and 8, 2009..."

"...The band intends to announce additional touring in 2009 early next year."
I've been mulling writing a post about Phish for a while. This probably makes it more likely.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 2:01 PM   2 comments
Louisa Howard Chapel
Here's an item from Front Porch Forum. I donated money to restore this church a few years ago, so I'm going to try to stop by on Saturday to see the inside.


By Melissa Young, Parks and Rec. Dept. - City of Burlington, Leddy Park Rd,
Thu, 25 September 2008

The historic 1882 city owned Louisa Howard Chapel will be Open to the Public from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM on Saturday, October 4th. All are invited to visit this fully restored, Non-denominational Gothic style chapel listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Located at Lakeview Cemetery on North Avenue, this event is free to the public. Call 802-863-2075 for more information about this event, or the chapel.


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