- Keys to the safe
- A spare keyboard
- 3D glasses
- Something quick for dinner
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All City Facilities will be closed on Tuesday, April 18, 2006 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Closing of City Facilities on Thursday, April 20, 2006 are to be determined.
Experts say the case is a unique one and could be an important test of the protection of religious rights under the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The law was a bad idea from the start, a feel-good solution for a complicated social problem that was obviously unconstitutional. Appealing this ruling or reintroducing similar legislation is a waste of time and money.
DETROIT—Detroit, a former industrial metropolis in southeastern Michigan with a population of just under 1 million, was sold at auction Tuesday to bulk scrap dealers and smelting foundries across the United States.
"I did them a favor," [Al Ranneke, an Allegheny, PA scrap peddler] said. "Believe me, Detroit's been around the block. I was willing to take it off their hands for six grand, but I caught a glimpse of that Ambassador Bridge and I said 'no way.' I am not Santa Claus."
The decision to demolish and cull Detroit for scrap was approved last month by a 6-3 City Council vote after a cost-benefit analysis revealed that, as a functioning urban area, it held a negative cash value.