Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Posted: December 24, 2011 in Uncategorized

Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to everyone reading the Pars Nova blog.

A special thank you to all those who contributed regularly to the discussion this past year:
(Roughly ordered by frequency of posts)

Diane Hatzenbuhler
Robert Purtell
Gerald Skrocki
Karin Hetrick
Ann Thane
Rob Millan
Bill Wills
Charlie Kraebel

Thank you for caring about our community enough to debate the difficult issues in a public forum. I’m looking forward to another year of  challenging conversation!

  1. Bill Wills says:

    Keep up the good work you do through your blog and being a very active part of our community. May Christmas provide you with the additional “gifts” you need and may the New Year be one of great happenings for you, your family, and our community.

  2. karin says:

    MERRY CHRISTMAS, Tim & Family!! Enjoy your first Christmas in your new home . . . .
    CHEERS to a FABULOUS New Year!!

  3. diane says:

    Merry Christmas Tim to you and your family. I look forward to more conversations in the New Year.:)


  4. Tim, Thanks for restarting your blog with focus on City development and allowing my sometimes lengthy comments. It is important for our community to have an open dialog that our elected officials are not afraid to respond to. If we all had a singular opinion or idea, we would never grow.
    Putting egos aside and listening rationally to opposing opinion is key to open communication.
    That is a lesson learned from your blog this year.

    Best wishes to you and your family for 2012!

  5. flippinamsterdam says:

    Tim, Hope you had a nice Christmas and best wishes for the New Year.

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