If it’s government — it’ll be over budget | “Manheim Central considers high school renovation not to exceed $40M. – Lancaster Online
Why Construction Projects Go Over Budget | “Owners usually make three common mistakes, all with simple fixes, during the project’s contracting phase that cause them to have construction projects that are over budget: (1) failing to make sure the architect issues fully complete construction documents; (2) failing to require contractors to review the drawings and specifications prior to bidding; and (3) simply accepting the lowest bid.” – Supplemental Conditions
BEWARE: The GOP has historically slashed taxes | then argued for the need to slash Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security to pay for its tax cuts.” – JustCare
Newspaper for sale | “Morning Call owner looking at sale bids from three groups“ – The Morning Call
Tomorrow | “Daylight saving time ends Sunday” – OZY
Both sides are doing this | These articles, “People question voting history record flyers mailed to them” and “Political organizations use “report cards” to guilt voters to the polls” are playing this game.
“America’s Moment of Truth | Millions of Americans will vote Tuesday in the first nationwide general election since President Trump’s world-altering upset two years ago. Early voting numbers are high, and Democrats hope that when polls close they’ll have generated a far greater turnout than previous sleepy midterms. Republicans are also mobilizing, stoking fears of neutering the Trump revolution that’s cemented a conservative Supreme Court, declared war on illegal immigration and enjoyed a turbocharged economy. Polls show Republicans losing the House and keeping the Senate, but after 2016’s shocker, all bets are off.” –
This gorgeous Marietta area Riverview Tower property “will become the new home of The Gate House for Women, a 30-bed residential drug and alcohol treatment center,” according to a page one article in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster.
None of us do | “But what I most certainly didn’t want was somebody preaching at me,” writes Hartford Courant columnist, Gina Barreca in this column. She also writes, “Reading complex and well-written works longer than 280 characters is also a way to combat hate speech.”
“Nothing is worth turning a blind eye toward hatred.” | Columbia letter-to-the-editor writer Joe Hemperly writes in his letter-to-the-editor in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster.
By the way | Just under three pages of letters-to-the-editor are in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster. The election, this time, is an engaged one. VOTE ON TUESDAY.