Druid Hill Park is actually quite the nice bustling park now... I can't recall any other period in my lifetime where I've seen it used as much as it currently is.
Last edited by Marshan Man; 02-21-2013 at 03:43 PM.
I think she mean that half are smoking chronic and the other half are illin'.
Or maybe half are smoking ill chronic.
There are a lot of chronic illnesses out there. I happen to have chronic pancreatitus, which does not prevent me from working in the slightest degree. That is, as long as I watch my diet. If I don't, I'm in for a hospital stay.
So the question is not so much how many have chronic illnesses, but rather how many of them have chronic illnesses that affect their job performance.
Nothing surprising about retirees having chronic illnesses considering the majority of them are in their sixties and older. The body is just a machine that breaks down sooner or later no matter how well you take care of it.
Are these current employees or retirees? If current, does it mean that about half are off sick or on light duty?
She makes it sound like it's both... I gess it's safe to say we don't have the actual percentages...Nearly half of Baltimore's municipal employees and retirees have a "critical or chronic" illness — a distinction that contributes to the high cost of providing their health insurance, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday.
They be illin'
A top notch city planner from outside of Baltimore, needs to come up with plan for using the massive land in Baltimore City, where 40,000 vacant homes sit.
Forget about trying to rehab them. Many of the vacant houses are just falling down on a daily basis.
They need to condemn several blocks of vacant houses at a time and package the land.
GIVE the land to a developer who is willing to put a structure on the land, be it houses, raising fish in warehouses, industrial complexes and so forth.
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