Editor Nikki Ferrell firstname.lastname@example.org
5:23 pm on Sunday, June 10, 2012
I would have had more faith they were speaking the truth had they openly admitted it was about the cost of putting in an extra curb, and not about the sewer location, which we can see was not true.
7:33 pm on Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Linda, ultimately I believe we each are responsible to find our truths from within, and not delegate its source to someone else, no matter their credentials. And, ultimately I believe I am a positive person; that despite all the tempests in the teacup we must endure, the environment and good communication will win in the long run, even if it takes a century. I agree it is important to stay positive in the face of negativity. I hope you have a blessed day as well.
3:36 pm on Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Most likely, those in office were trusting the professionals to be accurate, though they had never checked the facts, and dismissed all input from citizens as troublesome, and not reliable, though the suggestions could have easily been verified. Citizens were supposed to be able to have input on this decision by law, yet I believe the opportunity to do so was cut short.
9:34 am on Wednesday, May 30, 2012
The seam where the original west side of Taylor road was enlarged was one and a half lanes in, so it should have been self-evident the sewers were further in, between the second and third lanes, where they were found. The sewer location, then was really not an issue, as they claimed. A drive south on Warrensville by Faimount includes a zigzag, and has not been a problem. I have wondered whether the dishonesty about the sewer location was about putting in a new curb, or simply a failure to think thing through.
3:23 am on Thursday, May 24, 2012
The excuse given for not adding a lane on the west side of road was the sewer was supposedly under the first lane. However, I saw as they were digging it was between the second and third lanes. Also, they never adjusted the road crown to the new center of the road, before they paved it over.
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