Ahhh! October. Best month of the year, as far as I concerned. At least it is if you live in the Deep South. The mink most have forgotten that books classify them as nocturnal mammals. (NOTE: Mink don’t read. They adapt.) Before I could fumble my camera into position, this versatile little predator was gone from view, but the dark brown glossy fur and the white chin marks along with the clear clawed prints left on the banks of the creek left no doubt what we saw.
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The Kinneys Ashley; husband Robert, 36; and sons Robert IV, 6, and Cash, 2 were making their first trip to Memphis, specifically to visit the civil rights museum. “This is not only black history; this is American history,” Robert Kinney said. “Pitt” Hyde agrees.
Way forward for Foxhill? ‘Deeply worried’ residents come face to face with CuroThe first face to face meeting between Curo and the residents association was chaired by Bath’s MP07:14, 28 SEP 2017Victor da Cunha, Nola Edwards and Wera Hobhouse MP Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailFoxhill residents “remain deeply worried and upset” about their futures but vowed to engage further with the housing association behind the 700 home plan for the estate.Curo won outline planning permission for the controversial regeneration in the summer. The scheme attracted more than 250 objections on the council’s planning portal and was fiercely opposed in some parts but now both residents and Curo seem keen to seek a positive way forward.RECAP: Council approves Curo plans for up to 700 new homes at FoxhillThe step for improving relations was made at a meeting with members of Foxhill Residents’ Association, Curo and Bath MP Wera Hobhouse.Mrs Hobhouse said: “The situation was in danger of becoming very confrontational and I felt I needed to do something to help.”Curo’s chief executive Victor da Cunha was positive about the talks and said he hopes all parties can lobby government for subsidy.He said: “We gladly accepted Wera Hobhouse’s invitation to attend this meeting in the hope that we could begin a constructive dialogue with this particular group of Foxhill residents.Sylvia Morris (front left), Nola Edwards (front centre) and Jake Hoskins (front right) were among Foxhill residents opposed to Curo’s planned ‘regeneration’ of the estate(Image: Paul Gillis)”I wanted to reassure them that Curo is completely committed to achieving the best possible outcome for all the residents of Foxhill.”We listened to their concerns and have committed to review the way we consult, both with the FRA (Foxhill Residents’ Association) and with other groups.”‘Truly good’ activist Celia Hollingworth recalled by friends and fellow campaignersHe added: “We must keep talking. Like the FRA, Curo remains strongly committed to increasing the amount of social rented housing across Mulberry Park and Foxhill.”My hope is that we reach a point whereby Curo, the council and the FRA can lobby together for capital subsidy from the government, which we are yet to receive.”FRA chairwoman Nola Edwards said: “This was a helpful and much needed meeting.”Residents remain deeply worried and upset about the future of our community.