Monday, May 15, 2017

“Stay tuned”, writes Post beat reporter. And don’t be “messing with the city’s hipster vibe”!

Below are some “hipster” fashion suggestions for the Commission meeting tomorrow night. So. . . as you explain your reasoning in two minutes why the City should allow three minutes for public comment, don’t forget fashion, style, and grace. You’ll be Live Streaming on YouTube, so keep in mind our “city’s hipster vibe”!

Also be respectful and act in a civil manner. Remember, the reason for lowering the time limit from three to two minutes was because of incivility and very un-charming behavior at the podium.

Once again. Today is The Palm Beach Post’s Lake Worth Very Very Special Monday Collector Print Edition (LWVVSMCPE, see below).

Question: When was the last time you read any news in that paper about PBSO in Greenacres since the switch from their own police dept.? Like our City, Greenacres is looking for ways to improve Code Enforcement. When was the last time you read about that in the Post? Read any news about public comment in Greenacres? How are they dealing with traffic? Development?

You would think one of the reasons for a regional newspaper in Central Palm Beach County is to educate the public how different cities are dealing with a multitude of issues. Interestingly, in both square miles and population, the cities of Greenacres and Lake Worth are almost the same size. But. . .

There are only 6 Special Cities. Each one gets its own Special Day (the City of Delray Beach IS NOT one of the Special Cities). All the Special Cities are coastal, except for one.
May 19th, 2015. An early dispatch from the Post’s latest beat reporter: “What’s going down at tonight’s Lake Worth City Commission meeting”:
     “Immediately following the regular meeting, there will be a City Commission work session where the fortunes of the city’s beachside casino and pool complex will be discussed.
     Since the casino reopened in 2012, the city has been trying to figure out how to fill the vacant space. While some residents embrace the idea of a $15 million expansion by a local developer, others in this artsy town don’t want to see a big developer coming in and messing with the city’s hipster vibe. Stay tuned. . .”

Don’t forget, you can’t truly be a Hipster without shopping at World Thrift, the comments on Facebook? Marvelous! World Thrift is the greatest thrift store east of the Mississippi River according to the New Times, located at 2425 N. Dixie Hwy. Open til 6:00 today. Call 561-588-4050.

When you visit World Thrift try to “coordinate” your purchases.
Example of Hipster Anarchist Millennial style. Note written instructions, “Please empty outhouse bucket when filled. . .”.

Following wave after wave of good news coming from our little City, if you didn’t know, the philosophy of Apatharchism has firmly taken hold here. Adherents include former 60s-style Anarchists, Millennial-Anarchists, Anarch sympathizers, and affinity members once focused only on the bad news, doom and gloom, and the “Wolf at the Door” that never appeared.

And guess what all you Hipsters? There’s another City Commission Work Session next week (May 23rd) to deal with the Casino complex and decrepit municipal pool. So ride your LDub ‘fixie’ to this meeting at City Hall with all your ideas. Here are some fashion tips:

Note how scarves are used as a fashion enhancer. Look at the shoes!
Not sure what a Hipster is? Use this link to find out.

Purses, trendy belts, big sunglasses, and dots!!!!
Why attend City meetings? Look around. What are other people wearing? Learn new fashion tips and remember, “don’t be messing with the city’s hipster vibe”!