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The referendum will be voted on at the April 2 meeting, and if passed, citizens will pay increased property taxes beginning spring 2020.
Although this record is impressive and way ahead of its time, it does contain a few weak moments and questionable production choices. Some songs drag on for way too long, and there seems to be no consistent flow throughout the record. Although these problems are few and far between, when they occur they always stick out like a sore thumb.
This week on The Scoop, Ryan and Owen cover the terror attacks in New Zealand, the college admission scandal, malfunctions in new Boeing planes, and the end of Phase 3 in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They also...
All in all, this animated roller coaster is hilarious and will keep the audience entertained the entire time.
Two editors, one representing each side of the aforementioned sports fandom spectrum, have accepted the challenge of going head to head in a bracket-picking showdown.

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