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Re: Street and sidewalk condition
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Get Brook Hansson on the job!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvTksxjXkzQ

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Posted on: 11/23 19:17
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I actually feel sorry for you, nicky, you spend your life just hating me while I could not care less about what you think or do with your life.

Posted on: 11/23 15:02
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That is a sign that tenants and not homeowners live in the area. Homeowners do clean up the sidewalk.


So lazy homeowners don’t exist? Another lie by Yvonne to once again disparage renters. Maybe there would be more homeowners if people like her didn’t oppose every single proposed condo development.

She is simply angry because she assumes renters increased her taxes by voting for the Art Trust Fund. She is also angry she’ll soon have marijuana dispensaries on her block and over the loss of parking for additional restaurant space.

Posted on: 11/23 1:54
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So then, the landlords (or owners) don't take any interest in the property's surrounding either?

The filth just accumulates and no one makes an effort to remove it?

Posted on: 11/22 19:00
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That is a sign that tenants and not homeowners live in the area. Homeowners do clean up the sidewalk.

Posted on: 11/22 18:38
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I don't really know where the blame lays, but in walking through a variety of downtown neighborhoods yesterday evening the general slovenliness of streets and sidewalks was very noticeable.
All of these expensive properties: aren't people who live in them upset enough to pick up a broom each day and do a little cleaning up of the front of their homes? I understand that it's a thankless task when the people responsible for the trash have irresponsible ways, but in giving up altogether in resignation a filthy environment persists. Filth invites unhealthy living conditions; something we need to think more about in these times.

Posted on: 11/21 14:35
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