Tuesday March 11, 2014
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Payson keeps saying clean up the town, make it a tourist place.
Yeah right !
Every time I read the paper they have changed the rules.
Now cargo bins are going to be allowed on residential property legally. Guess it was to much work to enforce the restrictions against them. Someone may have had to write a letter or leave the office to do anything about them or any of the other ordinances that are on the books. Seems it is pick and choose and who you are if ordinances are enforced.
Crappy looking signs every where. What happened to the sign committee and restrictions? Most of the buildings on 87 that have been painted in the last year are one shade or another of dirty brown. They have lost thier identity.
Payson is becoming known as the junky town of Ariz. Not a place for tourist or a university.
So called antique stores, second hand stores, lots of places to get your dog groomed, fast foods, alcohol sold every where. Now we are going to have a marijuana sales place almost across the street from the high school and middle school. Nice planning when they start growing it there. If we had to have one, why hide it in an industrial area? Most 'medical' facilities are out where they can be seen.
We have had great leaders for the town the last few years. Wonderful ideas to improve the town, but so far looks like it has gone downhill.
Maybe the next election will improve things.
More beautification for the town. And more home business without town license.
What about subdivision restrictions? Are they going to be taken away by the council?
Won't be long before Payson looks like the SW section of town coming in from the south.
Go council go !
Between the council and School Board, we should be a ghost town in another five years.
read where the police dept. is the worst offender of having cargo bins for storage.
Has anyone been by the back of the County complex on Frontier St next to the county health bldg? They don't have to go by Payson rules. They still allow parking in the dirt. No paved parking lot for them.
Or over on Whitings property at Sawmill crossing? At one time there were people living in one of them.
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