At Julian middle school on Oct. 9, the district superintendent greeted the assembled "citizenry," come for "tonight's festivities," which was putting too fine a glow to it in my book. But this was nothing compared to his effusive welcome "to our legislators," two state senators and two state representatives, who had come to be grilled, more or less, by three schools-connected ladies, probably each a mother of a district student. . . .
Monday night 10/30 at Ascension, the OP&RF Community of Congregations gathered a panel of 11 people who are trying to make Austin a better place. A highly successful venture, the panel plus discussion, . . . .