Staff Editorial Rule change fails clean water test University of Iowa making progress on student safety Johnson County: Familiar names on special election ballot Count the ballots, and clarify the law Our state Constitution needs an edit All articles by Staff Fresh calendars soon will grace our desks — 365 more opportunities to make a difference. While many subscribe to personal betterment goals this time of year, we wondered if the same could be applied to the broader community. Are there needs to be met or unrealized potential to be tapped? And, if so, could creating a community-based New Year’s resolution focus efforts? We reached out to a variety of people and asked them to tell us their hopes and goals for their profession and for us all. Their answers follow. And, we encourage you to do the same. Throughout the month of January, we’ll be welcoming and publishing community letters that share your resolutions, goals and hopes for the future of our neighborhoods, towns, cities and counties. When you dream big, what do you see? • • • • • • • • • STEVE SHRIVER President/Founder, Eco Lips, Inc. Wouldn’t it be great if Cedar Rapids made 2019… Read full this story
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