Water Damage Temporarily Closes Reefpoint Brew House

Warming temperatures bring water damage, repairs

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags – January 10, 2014 4:03 pm ” the voice of reason – 20 hours ago Green, You sure seem to know a lot about other people’s business. Unless you PERSONALLY know the details of the finances, rental/lease terms, etc; why not just stop yammering, k?” The terms are of public record. and when people don’t pay their property taxes down town, THAT is public record. Downtown Brown – January 10, 2014 3:16 pm I have been to the Reef Point at all sorts of different times of day and evening and later at night as well. They almost always seem to have a good business, and crowd on hand enjoying their wide selection of beer, food and view. Was out there twice last week and the crowd was pretty good sized even later at night. Green Racinereal – January 10, 2014 11:44 am Have you read the county budget? All right there not paying any rent. Now how much is is a business worth Downtown? Maybe we will pay for the damages’s after all its our job to pay for our betters. – January 10, 2014 8:35 am Enjoy the slow collapse of the Fascist State demanded by Entropy. People Not In Labor Force Soar To Record 91.8 Million; Participation Rate Plunges To 1978 Levels Curious why despite the huge miss in payrolls the unemployment rate tumbled from 7.0% to 6.7%? The reason is because in December the civilian labor force did what it usually does in the New Normal: it dropped from 155.3 million to 154.9 million, which means the labor participation rate just dropped to a fresh 35 year low, hitting levels not seen since 1978, at 62.8% down from 63.0%. And the piece de resistance: Americans not in the labor force exploded higher by 535,000 to a new all time high 91.8 million. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-01-10/people-not-labor-force-soar-record-918-million-participation-rate-plunges-1978-level What’s going to happen to tax revenues? How will debt be repaid? Where are the customers with money? How can I afford fuel without an income?
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ERIC HIGGENBOTHAM / STAFF By Yuna Lee Staff Writer Several Clark County businesses were busy Friday repairing water damage to homes and businesses and supplying customers with items like wood and propane as temperatures slowly began to rise. For most of the week, the region struggled with temperatures that hovered in the single digits or plunged below zero after a blast of freezing air covered much of the country. In Clark County, numerous residents and businesses complained of broken water lines and sprinkler systems as temperatures rose, including one business on South Limestone Street whose owner requested not to be named. However, a cleaning crew that was asked to repair the damage said the ceiling collapsed due to a damaged water line. Brandon Peterson, owner of Sparkle and Shine Cleaning, said the project could take as many as three days to complete. His company was in the earliest stages of the cleanup Friday, and Peterson described it as one of the worst incidents he had seen. Ive never seen anything like this, Peterson said of the damage from broken water lines across the area. We have been getting a lot of calls and a lot of inquiries about what to do. Our fans are all over the cities in terms of drying out homes and businesses. This is the worst weve seen. Local hardware stores also saw large crowds of customers stocking up on supplies, including propane, heaters and firewood. Typically, business is slower this time of year, said Paul Daugherty, a store manager at Ace Hardware in New Carlisle. This has been a sweet tune to the hardware stores, Daugherty said. Usually this time of year, were kind of dead in the water, preparing for spring. Since the storm hit, Daugherty said his business had sold at least 800 gallons of propane, along with firewood, heaters, water heaters and other items. The store carries a large supply of heat tape but quickly sold out, he said. We have a lot of heat tape, and we carry all different sizes from three feet to 38 feet, Daugherty said.
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