Monday, April 1, 2013

What's In Store?

You gotta know when to hold'em ...If there was any doubt that your LakeCountyEye is a connoisseur of collectibles & memorabilia, operatives are invited to tour the LakeCountyEye basement.  Or the LakeCountyEye attic. Or the foyer or parlor or sitting room. Or mancave. Or etc. or etc. It's not for nothing that your LakeCountyEye is a huge fan of all those cable shows about antiques and pawnshops and hoarders and the self-service storage industry.

So it should be no surprise that your LakeCountyEye was delighted to learn that a fresh boatload of new merch is soon to be on the market and for the taking to the highest bidder. The Daily Herald recently reported that ...
Nearly 140 Lake County employees would move to rented quarters when four floors of the main office in downtown Waukegan are gutted as part of an ongoing project to improve energy efficiency. About 120 people from the recorder of deeds, human resources, information technology, county administrator, and finance and administrative departments would move to an office building at 1325 Tri-State Parkway in Gurnee at a cost of nearly $19,863 per month.
Lake County may rent space during renovation
Naturally those 140 County relocated employees will have to store their government assets and sensitive documents somewhere. And with record-keeping as it is in Waukegan -- parchment and quill pens -- records of where all those assets were stored are sure to be lost. Your LakeCountyEye reckons that it is only a matter of time before the rent on all that government materiel in those storage lockers goes into arrears. And when they do bust open the shed with the boltcutters, your LakeCountyEye will be there waiting with the high bid.

It is not for nothing that your LakeCountyEye has been voted Lake County's top investigative blogger every year there has been such a thing to vote for!

Of course, any operative who just fell off the turnip truck (and/or from McHenry County) knows that those cable storage shows are all just totally faked. If a treasure hunter takes home anything valuable, that's because the locker was salted with valuables that advertisers want to see plugged on the cable teevee.  The whole thing is rigged -- so, why should your LakeCountyEye be believed?

Well, haha, your LakeCountyEye is not asking to be believed. Your LakeCountyEye is only reminding operatives that they, too, can rig the game in their favor. See to it that your valuable materiel ends up in that abandoned storage locker -- and your LakeCountyEye will make sure everyone sees that materiel on the cable teevee. Haha, metaphorically speaking of course.

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