Campaign proclaims victory after centre for is savedMuch loved Mulberry Centre in Sealand Road to stay after threat of closure is lifted16:08, 5 AUG 2014Updated11:59, 27 JAN 2015Celebration time at the Mulberry Centre on Sealand Road in Chester after the threat of closure is lifted Parents were furious when Cheshire West and Chester Council began consulting over the proposed closure of the Mulberry Centre in Sealand Road, Chester.With the support of Blacon ward councillor Reggie Jones, they started a petition, spread the word through Facebook and had planned a demonstration. So successful was their campaign that the council has now scrapped its plans.Karen Shannon, from Durham Road, Blacon, whose 22 year old daughter Tyler loves the centre, said: “I’m really made up. I would like to thank The Chronicle for their support and especially Reggie Jones for all his hard work.
This float ends at Boiling Spring, which is a mid size spring that boils out of the main river channel. I have a mandatory policy of jumping into springs regardless of the air temperature. So even though it was kinda chilly I made the plunge. But it still gives the fantastic impression of a ventriloquist dummy coming to life or an ancient Egyptian mummy being revived to cheer the river gods. I think Burroughs got a kick out of that and the demonstration of how easy it was, even with primitive means, to create a televised witch brew of, say, Nixon face superimposed on Mao speaking with the voice of Hitler or Stalin, or even FDR. Of course, any combination can be applied.
Among the key assets is the 1.6 million square Pacific Centre and its eight office towers comprising two million square feet, including 701 West Georgia.CB Richard Ellis, which had the co listing, would not confirm the sale or the properties involved. Sources indicate that Cadillac was looking to offload between a 25 per cent to 40 per cent stake in its Vancouver holdings. The deal has not closed, according to sources.Another source suggested while the deal was heavily marketed there was an incentive to sell to another domestic buyer.
Dent, in perhaps a testament to his reputation as a gentleman, was reluctant to comment on that situation. “If I say the morale is better now, that means it wasn’t good before, and I don’t want to get into that,” he said. “I want to concentrate on what’s going on now, and how we can better serve the public.
Anyway, to get back on track, he did sort of have a point. I say sort of, because when two people are in a fresh out of the oven romance, every day does feel extra sweet and special. Flowers “just because they made me think of you”, back rubs, hand written notes of naughtiness “just because sexting technology didn’t exist back then”.