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timkenyon 5 months, 1 week ago on Naomi Kenyon of Lawrenceville performed during Saturday’s event on the historic courthouse law

Very proud of my daughter Naomi Kenyon and how much she has progressed with her music over the years. What a blessing! If you would like to keep up with her career and see where she will be performing in the future, just Like her on her Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/NaomissMusic.

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timkenyon 8 months ago on 'Behind the Scenes' ... at the 911 Call Center

I have a lot of respect for the professionals in the PSAP's around this country. Since my company started working on 911 software applications the past several years, we have had the opportunity to really learn and understand the issues that these call takers have to deal with on a regular basis.

My company, and our goal, is to be able to provide more detailed information about the location of the caller when they dial 911 and in the future with Next Generation 911, be able to provide more logistical data such as floor plans, camera links and more directly to the PSAP during the call instead of just simply updating a database (PS-ALI) to look into. This in addition to properly funding the PSAP's to be able to receive text messages from users and be able to better locate those individuals calling form mobile phones in the future.

That is our goal, to assist in these developments and design.

Tim Kenyon, ENP Conveyant Systems, Inc

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timkenyon 1 year, 7 months ago on Residents complain about noise from nearby church

The church could go all acoustic music after 10 pm until 10 am. That would get rid of the bass problem. That is one simple start until they get the soundproofing they need.

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timkenyon 1 year, 8 months ago on Regional air carrier plans commercial service at Briscoe

Try living right under the flight plan. Easy for you to say suck it up because you are not anywhere close to the airport.

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timkenyon 1 year, 9 months ago on The Who to rock Arena

I saw their first "farewell" tour in Los Angeles in I think it was 1982?

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timkenyon 1 year, 9 months ago on Midnight hijinks on golf course could cost teens thousands

Were the homeowners home at the time? If not, how would they control their idiot son? Who bought the alcohol? Were they living on one of their parents homes or what? I agree that they need to be punished severely and made to pay. I'm just saying that some folks on here are acting as if these were a couple of minors who should have had parental control over a sleepover and that just does not compute. I agree, if it was my home, there would not have been any such activity going on at all. IF I had knowledge and control. But if I was out of town, gone for the weekend and I had a stupid offspring that would do something like this, how could I stop it if I was not there?

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timkenyon 1 year, 9 months ago on Midnight hijinks on golf course could cost teens thousands

I'm sure there will be a lawsuit at some point, but today is Thursday and this happened Tuesday. Takes a little bit to get police reports, estimates, lawyers.

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timkenyon 1 year, 9 months ago on Midnight hijinks on golf course could cost teens thousands

You did read in the article that these guys are 18 and 19 years old, right? What other adult supervision would you expect for an 18 and 19 year old?

Morons they are, yes. But technically, they ARE adults. Stupid and immature ones, but adults nonetheless and unfurtunately being stupid and immature is not illegal.

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timkenyon 1 year, 10 months ago on Shirley Lasseter -- Rise and fall of a down-home dignitary

Nothing that she did is acceptable in any way, shape or form and she does need to be held accountable for sure. But it sounds like she caved into desperation after her husbands death. On top of her salary, who knows if there was a pension fromher husband or something? But it does sound like her older son sucked her right into this whole mess. If I remember correctly, the Loafing Leprauchan was shut down also due to poor management decisions, and that is where her older son worked. It's sad. Regards to the car repair thing, it said she ran out of gas and needed help. So many people are currently in that situation right now, either having lost their main source of income, or in her case, loss of a husband and potentially any other income he may have pulling in as well. My best wishes go out to her youngest son as he faces now the loss of his mother and brother to the prison system.

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