Where’s Waldo?

Ya know, was going to avoid the political ramifications of the Longmont Flood of 2013, but here goes anyway:

This is probably a once in a lifetime event for most, and a historic, while tragic, event for Longmont to be sure. Many people are suffering, many more are unsure of what’s going on and how bad things are – or aren’t. We are a city of nearly 90,000 people and are in the news all over the world because of the little creek that could (St. Vrain River), and did. Continue reading

Longmont Airport’s future more secure with recent developments

With the unanimous approval by Longmont City Council of the new FBO (Fixed Based Operator) at Vance Brand Airport, the future of the airport becomes that much more secure, probably to the chagrin of those that have endlessly tried to undermine the airport for the last 20 years.   Continue reading

Longmont Live! 10/29/12

Longmont Politics‘ Chris Rodriguez showed up for this episode of Longmont Live/Main St. Radio with host Tom Chenault, former Longmont mayor Bryan Baum and education advocate Brad Jolly.  Edible Arrangements also made an appearance on the show.  Recorded at Red Frog Coffee in Longmont, Colorado.

Longmont Live! 10/22/12

Longmont PoliticsChris Rodriguez showed up for this episode of Longmont Live/Main St. Radio with hosts Tom Sheffield and Tom Chenault, and former Longmont mayor Bryan Baum and developer Kiki Wallace.  Recorded at Red Frog Coffee in Longmont, Colorado.

You’ve always heard it here first

Now that there’s been more than 1000 posts on the Longmont Advocate/LightningRod/Politics sites, and many more previous entries on Chris Rodriguez’s Wrongmont blog, it strikes me how many times the non-politically correct, common sense point of view has proven to be true in the long run vs. the reactionary pushing of underlying agendas.

One of the numerous examples from Chris’s writings – Cooling off a solar flare-up – came in early 2010 when Mayor Bryan Baum was besieged by the local left due to his efforts to halt a program providing solar system rebates to Longmont residential and commercial customers at a cost to the city of $150,000. Continue reading