Landmark Antioch sign spruced up by autistic teens
That thought crossed Ian Valenta's mind every time his family drove eastbound into Antioch on Highway 4. He noticed his view of the old wooden "Welcome to Antioch" sign obstructed by sound walls that were added as part of a half-billion-dollar project to widen the East Contra Costa freeway.
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#2 Jul 11, 2013
Everyone deserves Opportunity.
Help ELECT, Mentally Handy caped to City Counsel.
Antioch can show the World how Developers run things.
Nominate any locally Mentally challenged to Public Office. Help every one lead America !
#4 Jul 11, 2013
#5 Jul 11, 2013
As the world can see. There is at least One who disagrees, and is willing to say so.
That One is not willing to allow Political Opportunity to the Handy Capped.
That is TERRABLE ! They have a mind. They can think. They can chose. They can VOTE. They can LEAD. Just s well as those I Office NOW...
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