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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - John Dennis
Workers are packing up and moving out of West Lafayette's City Hall, driven out by mold discovered during the cleanup of water damage caused by a ruptured water pipe.
Workers are trying to dry out and repair West Lafayette's City Hall after a frozen water pipe ruptured.
Once upon a time, political ads were simple, falling into two cliched categories: warm 'n' fuzzy soft-focus personal appeals and scathing critiques of rival candidates, rife with unflattering photographs and exploding hydrogen bombs. No longer.
It's a popular refrain among Republicans throughout the country this year: A vote for me is a vote to fire Nancy Pelosi.
Mayor John Dennis said testing done after the pipe froze and burst last month found bad air quality in the building's basement and raised concerns about air quality on the two other floors.
He said officials have been discussing for more than a year the idea of renovating a community center and moving the city's offices there.