Doan Brook

Political Bribery is Not “Business As Usual”

Submitted by Kevin Cronin on Wed, 02/01/2006 - 23:20.

Ohio Congressman Bob Ney is certainly entitled to have the facts proved before he’s considered guilty, but it’s a disservice to voters to claim the charges against him are “just politics” or “the way things work in DC.”  By asserting that these allegations are “the way things get done,” supporters drag politics and government lower and give disgusted voters more reasons to give up on government.  To really understand the accusations and why the allegations are more than routine, readers need to understand the nature of the charges and the facts at hand.

A Community Channels Its Clear Intention About Doan Brook

Submitted by Bill Vasu on Wed, 02/16/2005 - 00:51.

Today's Tuesdays@REI on Doan Brook was electric with community interest and involvement. Issues were discussed involving water quality, energy, restoration, historic assets and active use.

The plans and options presented were clear and ambitious. They demonstrated that clear, clean water can be a magnet for business. Our water assets must no longer be taken for granted.

02.15.05 Notes "The Doan Brook Watershed Partnership"

Submitted by Monica on Tue, 02/15/2005 - 18:21.

Today's Tuesdays@REI topic on "The Doan Brook Watershed Partnership" attracted the attention of many people and organizations, as the issues discussed connect to many important initiatives that concern water, as a natural resource and a source of positive economic impact.

[Picture (source) : Fishing in the pond near the former Mount Sinai complex at Rockefeller Park and Doan Brook]

Powerpoint Presentations of "The Doan Brook Partnership"

Submitted by John Soellner on Tue, 02/15/2005 - 17:16.

These presentations represent the variety of facets coming together
throught the Doan Brook Partnership. These (large) Powerpoint
presentations give you a broad perspective.

02.15.05 Tuesday@REI: "The Doan Brook Partnership," Nancy King Smith, Exec. Director, Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Tue, 02/01/2005 - 00:31.
02/15/2005 - 15:00

"The Doan Brook Partnership,"
King Smith, Executive Director, Nature Center at Shaker Lakes & project team
associates; Peter B. Lewis Building.


REI - PBL 201 - 11119 Bellflower Rd.

TAKE ACTION: Support Water/Air/Soil Restoration Champions... #1 is Good Nature Organic Lawn Care

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 11/22/2004 - 03:35.

If you have a yard, you need to talk to Alec and his crew - poisoning your plants is not a solution to anything, except killing your yard and the environment... learn better ways from cool to Jean about your pool/pond too, and you're cool.