shadowjade 1 month, 3 weeks ago on Port, city hope to protect lives with new waterfront sign system

I'm shocked - the port did something positive and helpful for the community? Pigs must be flying and heck hath frozen over.


shadowjade 2 months, 3 weeks ago on HRVRC renews battle over Barrett Park

How about we tear out a bunch of cookie cutter houses, put the ballfields and parks there, and sent the NEVER-WILL-BE-LOCALS that live there back where they came from?


shadowjade 3 months, 2 weeks ago on School Budget

Mighty expensive Subsidized Public Schoolcare.


shadowjade 3 months, 2 weeks ago on Hanel sisters believe memories will remain after auction is over

Donate what you can to museums and save some of that history - we're losing so much already with the will-never-be-locals moving in and running the real-locals out...


shadowjade 4 months, 3 weeks ago on A switch on the Heights

Oh good grief, that's going to be a mess.

2014 - the year Hood River became a maze.


shadowjade 5 months, 3 weeks ago on Dee concert venue generates a buzz

Love the idea. Won't be any noisier than the mill was, most of the time would be quieter... and it'd be great to see something positive on that property.

Those of you having tantrums because it would "spoil your enjoyment" of the land you moved here and practically stole as you pushed out REAL locals... y'know, you can always go back wherever you came from and stay there, and we sure the heck would NOT mind. In fact, we've been vocal about wanting you to for at least a couple decades!

Oregon - a nice place to visit. But for G's sake, please DON'T move here.


shadowjade 7 months, 2 weeks ago on City plans new parking survey

And most of the real locals don't park downtown - because there's nothing down there for us except the post office!


shadowjade 8 months, 1 week ago on Cell tower plan nixed

Once again, the few overrule the many - a power play, not out of any real need or logic, just reminding us, once again, that the newcomers are all that really matter anymore in our de-"quainted" little town.