One of the first pieces of municipal property that came to mind was the Shot Tower. Perhaps I thought about it because I can see it from my desk, if I lean back in my chair as if I am taking a snooze (a posture I often assume in the late afternoon). From my vantage point, not much has been happening at the tower other than an American flag occasionally flying atop it (which was, at one point earlier this year, inexplicably replaced with a smiley-face flag). The tower was busy back in the 1800s, when it manufactured drop shot for pistols and molded shot for larger weapons. But now: dullsville. To liven things up, bring in some much-needed revenue for the city, I say partner up with a different kind of shot -- a beverage popular among the younger crowd. Dub that 234-foot stack of bricks the "Jagermeister Shot Tower," and let the good times roll.