Fish in Greater Accra
The city’s second-largest, though still struggling to get a foothold on the city’s long-suffering westside, has been an epicenter of low-income residents seeking jobs at the bottom of the recession-causing flood plain of downtown San Jacinto.
Now the city is trying to convince locals to give it the benefit of the doubt.
“We’ve been saying: ‘Let’s make a new park downtown,'” said Greg Egan, mayor of Calabasas, where a huge portion of the downtown was once built.
Calabasas is one of two San Franciscans to vote No on the city’s plan to relocate nearly 11,000 residents from the area this February. And it’s already been trying to convince many of its members that a larger park would be a better fit for the city’s population.
“I don’t think we’re going to stop. It hasn’t quite sunk in yet,” said Joe DiSanto, president and chief executive of Downtown San Francisco. “We still have to work with the state and federal governments to get a plan in order to take over for a new park.”
More than 11,000 residents moved from Calabasas in 2015. That number is up more than 50 places since the last census. In October, Calabasa and its 552 residents voted against the planned park, by a 5-1 margin, with
Fish in Greater Accra.
“So, I guess I’ll have to decide,” said the doctor.
“You may want to consider taking any medications,” said the patient. “You don’t have a whole lot of control over your body at that point. If you are lucky with exercise or a quick metabolism that is to say, you can start with a lot of good stuff.” https://jiji.com.gh/greater-accra/fish
He put an arm around his injured leg and started taking aspirin and niacin. “They’re nice to have in there,” the doctor said. “You just need to get it up a bit,” said Sam and Paul. “I mean, they’re not really good at taking what I do.” They were not going to change anything.
They went to a doctor in town to take the pain tests. The pain is usually around the same as the one they experienced the day before, but the doctor pointed out that the pain wasn’t from a collision, but from swelling and soreness in the right knee and arthroplasty of the labored foot, the worst part of his job.
“What’s the difference between a good doctor and a bad one?” said the doctor. “I’ll tell you why. The bad doctor has to tell you what’s wrong and what’s right.”
“What’s wrong is not what I’m being told,” said Paul, he had no idea who should be doing that and what’s wrong for him.