All Politics Is Racial: The tiny north-county hamlet of Vinita Park puts a new spin on the old adage
There are 1 comment on the River Front Times story from May 14, 2013, titled All Politics Is Racial: The tiny north-county hamlet of Vinita Park puts a new spin on the old adage. In it, River Front Times reports that:
The first time JaCola Williams saw the mayor was when he drove his golf cart, the one with "City of Vinita Park" painted on the side, up her family's dead-end street.
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#1 May 17, 2014
I don't know how to comment on the statement because it only said he saw the mayor. I lived in Vinita Park as a child (5 to 14) and went to St.Rita's grade school and one year and Mercy High School (it is now closed and has been for a while) My memory of Vinita Park is Fritz's tavern on North and South road,(My dad visited there often) Fritz'ss dad,Hence, was our police officer. I an taking about 1945 to 1954. I was a kid and if we had a mayor I did not know it.
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