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But neglected cottages -- some once intended for historic preservation -- are falling apart, and rangers are unable to keep out the squatters, vandals and late-night partyers who pose a fire hazard as the area languishes.
The normal lull between the end-of-year bashes in June and the start-of-year blowouts in late September never really arrived, and this year the partyers added fireworks to their menu of revelries.
All are extreme extroverts, huggers and partyers, long on bravado.
A hotline number, circulated via fliers on the beach, tell partyers where to call.
Republicans, even tea partyers who came to Congress demanding deep cuts in federal spending, and Democrats rejected the Pentagon budget, sparing the aircraft, ships and troop benefits.
The conservatives, the Tea Partyers, the insurgents - whatever you want to call them - are the loudest and most vibrant wing of the Republican Party.
By fighting conservatives, Republican congressional leaders are publicly acknowledging they do not share the core values of conservatives and Tea Partyers, including limited-government, fidelity to the constitution, lower taxes, balanced budget, significantly reducing the size, scope and reach of the federal government.
In response, Eugene police and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission resurrected the weekend "party patrol," despised by partyers and loved by officials for its effectiveness at quelling raucous gatherings in the 60-block area bounded by Willamette and Kincaid streets and East 18th and East 11th avenues.
WASHINGTON -- House Republicans are sparing Cold War-era aircraft, military bases and ships from Pentagon cuts as even tea partyers abandon their drive to slash federal spending in an election year.
The San Francisco Police Department is giving fair warning to all New Year's partyers," police spokesperson said.
That said, Stockman's candidacy is also a high-stakes bet on the side of the populists, or Tea Partyers, or whichever label suits you.
With 2,300 taxicabs in the city and untold thousands of partyers celebrating New Year's Eve tonight, Los Angeles' taxi companies have words of advice for those calling for rides: Be patient.