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Sidewalk Handicapped Cuts

Original post made by Tango on Aug 13, 2009

Does anyone know why some of the corners on Touriga were not cut ? I cannot see the reason why 8 corners were not cut, especially the ones at the corner of Touriga and Tawney. If all the equipment was in the area it would seem to be cheeper to do them all instead of skipping some, and having to come back latter to do it. Or do they not plan on comming back?

Comments (2)

Posted by tyu, a resident of Birdland
on Aug 17, 2009 at 9:21 am

It will be but they just haven't got to it yet. I see your point in being effecient, but maybe there was other reasons not to do it at that time.


Posted by Tango, a resident of Vineyard Avenue
on Aug 17, 2009 at 4:31 pm

What I find strange is that they did other corners on either side of the streets they skipped. To me eye there was no difference in the corners. To my way of thinking there is a big waste of money if they have to bring the crews back. Has this happen in any other neighborhood?


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