Monday, April 30, 2007

A1: "Opinions on frontage road go both ways"

Honestly, you go to all the trouble of laying tons of new asphalt for them, and some people just complain, complain, complain.

Um, exactly what makes this news?

3 comments:

leftturnclyde said...

steven I'm shocked you missed this gem of a quote from the director of community development for the town
"At some point in time you have to listen to the majority,"
I LOOOOOOOOOOVE the local Govt. here in PV

Steven Ayres said...

Oh, I didn't miss it, rather it's pretty much boilerplate from the town's head facilitator for development. The "majority" Richard Parker speaks of is the directly affected businesses, of course, despite how it reads in the Wal-Mart context.

I know Richard, he's a good guy and he's doing his job well. Your beef is with the PV Council and policy structure, which tell him what to do.

courierfriend said...

I'll tell you what makes it news, folks. It's that this frontage road, in another example of the Town of PV's excellent road-planning skills (think the new and improved Robert Road, still with no left turn lanes), stops and starts here and there and doesn't automatically give the businesses permission from their landlords to give patrons access from the new and improved frontage road.