Yesterday, State Rep. Nick Kahl
Even those who would not take a Saturday morning to talk politics, but took their Saturday morning for a visit to the crepe shop became a little wiser on political issues. There are those who voiced opinions and there are those who just listened. I bet many of these customers hadn't considered how to get funding for roads now that gas taxes aren't efficient sources of revenue due to more fuel efficient cars and the contrasting agendas to get people to conserve, yet collect money.
Many other discussions were held and many ideas were shared, though I admit to missing quite a bit due to business on a sunny Saturday. This is why Park Place is here. To make the community a little more aware, even if it happens through osmosis!