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The Davenport School District Has A Memory Problem PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 August 2000 18:00
The Davenport School District (DSD) has a problem with its memory. The DSD and Davenport’s Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) appeared at a hearing last Wednesday, August 18, to present arguments before Judge David Schoenthaler for the DSD’s motion for Summary Judgment to dismiss the HPC’s lawsuit against the DSD for not acting in good faith to agree to a suitable reuse of the historic Crawford Sugarbowl.

Public Debate on Globalization and WTO PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 18 August 2000 18:00
WTO Debate The International Forum on Globalization, The Nation Institute, Public Citizen & The Progress Project Present: A Public Debate on Globalization and the World Trade Organization (WTO) Tuesday, November 30, 7:30 PM Town Hall, 1119 Eighth Ave.

Beiderbecke Family Responds to Reader Article PDF Print E-mail
Letters to the Editor
Wednesday, 16 August 2000 18:00
Brendan Wolfe’s article “The Davenport Blues” in the July 19 edition of the River Cities’ Reader was interesting reading but contains numerous errors and, as Clinton’s spin doctors would say, frequently gives a “false impression.

Shame On Moline Council For Lack of Compassion PDF Print E-mail
Letters to the Editor
Wednesday, 16 August 2000 18:00
I have read with sad interest the unfolding saga of Moline Alderman Chuck Davis, the questions involving his legal residency, and the public revelation of his unfortunate financial situation. News reports mention a pending charge of domestic battery.

Loan Rates Need to be More Reasonable PDF Print E-mail
Letters to the Editor
Wednesday, 16 August 2000 18:00
Your August 2 cover story regarding predatory lending was excellent. I came to the conclusion many years ago that interest on loans above the amount necessary to provide the loan is theft. I think that would put it in a 2- to 4-percent range.

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