Ben and Tom aren’t happy with the high tent prices and add-ons at one tent rental shop, so they try to go to a competitor only to find that all of the tent rental places have the same owner who is happy to exploit his market power. 20 more words
Leslie shares her opinion that a vendor at the farmers’ market has a crude display, and cites this as a reason to kick them out. 46 more words
Ben was fired from public service, but eventually accepted a job at an accounting firm. He’s had a week off in between jobs and decided to spend this free time creating a complex board game called the Cones of Dunshire.
Leslie is accused of stripping people’s personal freedoms, but there are significant benefits to the community. According to Leslie, obesity is down, test scores are up, and raccoon attacks have decreased, but some citizens aren’t happy with the changes. 25 more words
Neighboring city, Eagleton, has decided to build a fence around a small park they used to share with the citizens of Pawnee. Throughout the episode, we learn of various quality-of-life factors that Eagleton excels in relative to Pawnee. 27 more words
Ben and April are in DC while Ben is serving as a congressional intern, but both receive care packages from their significant others while away. 66 more words
Today, Mayor Jackie Biskupski announced Bill Wyatt as her choice for the Executive Director of the Salt Lake City Department of Airports.
Bill has extensive experience in both the public and private sectors, most notably in his role as CEO of the Port of Portland. 518 more words