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“Hatmaker Philip Treacy at work I don't mean to be sneery, but when was the last time you saw someone well-dressed at Royal Ascot or, indeed, at any horse-racing event?”
“Burke's first-person narration works beautifully, but alternating it with the occasional third-person narration for the Hatmaker story line feels awkward in this otherwise superb legal thriller.”
“When your self-trumpeting Hatmaker is the emblem of almost all makers, and workers, and men, that make anything, -- from soul-overseerships, body-overseerships, epic poems, acts of parliament, to hats and shoe-blacking!”
“The blighted appearance of such structures is an eyesore that can impact the general quality of life of a neighborhood and reduce its property value," Hatmaker said.”
“The township finally took the owners of the property to court in 1994, Hatmaker said, but problems still persisted.”
“In order to get the structure demolished, township trustees needed a letter from the fire marshal declaring that the building was unsafe, insecure and unsound, Hatmaker said.”
“It wasn't until the Franklin County Board of Health declared the site a nuisance in 2006 that the owners made an effort to clean up the property, Hatmaker said.”
“Blighted properties such as this harbor solid waste and vermin which contain and spread disease," Hatmaker said.”
“Hatmaker said the hearing was held on Dec. 30 2009, after which the board adopted a resolution instructing staff to remove the building and have the cost placed on the property's tax duplicate.”
“This Friday, the school will do "The Flying Hatmaker" 5K ”
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