The Art Fair Saturday brought together Service Organization and Volunteers.
Heraclitus of Ephesus, pre-Socratic Greek philosopher, wrote in “On Nature,” “No one ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river.”
There is much happening in the Village. Here is an update.
1. Stagecoach continues to work on the Dining Room. Several months ago, the owner gave a presentation to the BOA and it depicted a beautiful dining area for your dining pleasures.
by Skip Blancett, Mayor of Salado
“There are few villages like Salado. It marches to a different drum that is difficult to put your-arms-around,” said a new resident recently. “Why?”
Visiting shops and speaking to customers are always interesting and beneficial. Different perspectives are received and recommendations given. At the end-of-the-day, it is as Sterling Robertson said in Jackie Mills’ Salado Legends, “We’ve got a town that’s full blown. This little village is great!”
Our engineer believes the best and safest way for the sewer line to cross Salado Creek is by boring underneath, therefore, a test and study are being required to determine what is under the creek. Test results will be known to the citizens. Some think there is a cavern underneath; others think it is solid rock; most people do not know but are curious. Whatever it is, making sure the creek is not disturbed or damaged is paramount as well as the Salamander and their habit.
The news gets better each week!
John Bradley was one of the Marines that raised the flag on Iwo Jima. At 15, his granddaughter, Alison, wrote this letter to him:
“Thank you” remarks are in order.
With the election beginning 19 February and keeping it candidate-fair this is the last Mayor’s Column article. “Thank you,” Tim Fleischer, for space allowing over 80-articles.