In an ironic coincidence, there's road construction leading from 144th Street and from Fort Street to get to Saddlebrook Library and Community Center. If you're interested in getting there, from Fort drive to the barricades, turn left on to Laurel and slalom through the piles of concrete …
@Charles Roger: I originally had the same reaction. What I found out is that the holes are being filled with concrete now. Then the surface will be milled and a layer of asphalt will cover the entire surface of the road.
Please spell check that headline.
The current work being done on Maple Street between 132nd and 144th Streets is subpar. It took me 11 minutes to go from 132nd to 144th during the day (not a busy time), so I had plenty of time to examine the work. That concrete is sure to start flaking and spalling with any sort of moisture…
Thank you for saying exactly what I came to the comments section to say: "This is blasphemous".
I think that the writer confused the character of Valentin (played by Craig Irvin) with the minor character of Wagner. Valentin was Marguerite's brother and the military commander; Wagner, a soldier under his command, who doesn't appear again after the village scene.
We've tried Olive and Ash 3 times. 1st time - they gave us the wrong order and we had to throw it out rather than return it - they closed right after we picked up - 2 hours before stated closing time. 2nd time - they were "out of pepperoni" and couldn't make the order. 3rd time - w…
"We've got to put a break on it" in order to provide property tax relief, she said.
Umm. No. "We've got to put a brake on it" . . .
What a wonderful gesture! Thank you to the volunteers who showed such generosity of spirit!
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