The March Top Ten is determined by numbers of unique hits, as reported by Blogger.
Because it was an unusually productive month for me, and the hits were spread around, the list begins with the second 15, before concluding with the Top Ten, escalating to No. 1.
Thanks for reading. Obviously, you are reading, even if some observers in City Hall are fond of pretending otherwise.
FIFTEEN HONORABLE MENTION
ON THE AVENUES: Die Hard the Hunter, or the political impossibility of rental property registration on New Albany.
What do you mean, “may” ask the Sewer Board for tap fee waivers? You already rammed it past them a week ago.
ON THE AVENUES SPECIAL EDITION: Full Frontal Goebbels erupts as Padgett looks at New Albany as a hole.