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Get streets paved

July 24, 2013

To whom this may concern in our city’s offices, when do you think you can start paving our city’s streets? I can’t believe that no matter where you drive in our city, that you can say, “Boy, this is......

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Jul-24-13 9:21 AM

You also have to remember that sometimes it takes 2 weeks or more to get your LTE published

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Jul-24-13 8:54 AM

The only thing I will say in addition to the 25 Streets that have been named in the plan to start refixing the streets is that it would be nice if some of the excessively used Alleys would be fixed as well. Such as Grant Ct, near Jackson Elementary School where numerous people live and their parking spaces/garages/driveways are located within that alley. The alley is literally crumbling into pieces.

Having said that I completely understand that the Streets are the priority and I'm glad to see that they're at least starting to get addressed.

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Jul-24-13 6:43 AM

I guess Dave must have missed the article in the paper last week about the paving of 25 city streets. It happens sometimes and it's no big deal.

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Jul-24-13 4:59 AM

25 Streets is a start and I hope they continue to use these impact fees for what they were designed for.

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Jul-24-13 3:59 AM

EDITOR'S NOTE: The city last week announced plans to use $1 million in natural gas impact fees to pave 25 streets in Williamsport.

Dave Morris is just another one of the complainers that doesn't read before writing LTE's.

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