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Love it! Thank you to the creators/enhancers.
Great! Glad to see some creativity come back to the kook. Remember the good old days when kook pranks were actually inclusive and noteworthy?Now it's just happy birthday signs and other equally selfish trivia.
Agreed. True art.
Kudos to the creative minds in our community that give us examples like this fine effort. Thanks to the Cardiff Kook for providing us with a canvas to work with. Keep up the good work guys.
Biking dreams run headlong into realityI appreciate Kate Callen’s thoughtful opinion (“Bike commuting plan faces bumpy road,” July 14) regarding challenges with bicycle commuting. My work is too far for this option and, as a parent, I am responsible for conveying two children to their schools and activities.While I support bicycling, an ill-used bike lane cannot replace a heavily used car lane. I deal with this reality as I commute from State Route 163 via Genesee Avenue west and east. After the city reduced Genesee Avenue to one driving lane from Osler Street to Marlesta Drive (Mesa College), the back-up extends the length of the expanse and further.I have seen two bicyclists since the project was completed. As Callen described, this resident feels “duped and outraged” every day that school is in session. I am grateful the citizens of North Park are taking a hard look at this plan and I can only hope that the city listens to our voices before have the same problem.Laura Mathis