“That’s not up to you to say. Music is something that’s always changing. There’s no goal posts. Young girls like the Beatles. You gonna tell me they’re not serious?” Always loyal to his fans, Styles continued on his tirade that his young fan base is much more than what people continue to see them. “How can you say young girls don’t get it?” Styles pointedout. “They’re our future. Our future doctors, lawyers, mothers, presidents, they kind of keep the world going.” Although Styles is entering into an older crowd with his new music, his credibility continues to be sought out by the very fans who started this journey with him and he’s totally cool with that. “Teenage-girl fans — they don’t lie. If they like you, they’re there.
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Residents Diane Kobernick and Susan L. Levine, representing themselves, filed suit in October, saying the county failed to follow appropriate procedures guiding public notification, land acquisition and its own codes in establishing a special assessment through a newly created municipal service benefit unit. They want the acquisition overturned and a new appraisal ordered. Senior Assistant County Attorney Nikki Spirtos argued the claim should be dismissed for legal insufficiency, saying it failed to state a cause of action. But, she also disputed the women’s factual arguments, including that they had not been properly noticed of the Sept. 27, 2016, commission hearing and vote. Under questioning from Circuit Judge Declan Mansfield, both Kobernick and Levine acknowledged they attended the hearing and offered public testimony to the board. http://perfectarianajenkins.universitypunjabi.org/2017/04/19/the-facts-for-2015-on-speedy-systems-in-tips-for-selection-interview/Levine, who said she had worked as a paralegal for 32 years, and Kobernick even disagreed on their own facts. Levine labeled the county assessment “a lifetime tax of $100 per year.” “We don’t know that,” Kobernick interrupted. Spirtos described the neighborhood assessment as a five-year, $67 annual fee to cover the golf course purchase, plus a perpetual assessment of $8 to $33, depending upon the park amenities developed at the preserve.
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