On Monday, April 19, Guilford County plans to put out a request for proposals to assess the needs and the cost of greatly expanding broadband internet in areas of the county where broadband is currently not available.
That is just part of a long classified ad that fascinated many readers who came across it in the High Point Enterprise earlier this week – and that left them wondering what the heck was going on. Those who waded through the complex text likely noticed a word or two they knew – such as “April” or “Congo” – however, otherwise, they had no idea what the message said.
This week, Guilford County government put out a press release simply to remind people of the importance and dedication of the people who care for our animal companions and keep them under control. The release noted that Sunday, April 11, through Saturday, April 17 is National Animal Care and Control Appreciation Week.