Sunday March 9, 2014
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I wasn't taught it. Don't have a clue what it pertains to.
I would bet that none of the council or the mayor has read 1/2 of the new town codes and even less of the fire code.
When I was attending council meetings about 5 yrs. ago I would see members come in pick up the agenda and maybe scan thru it if they weren't visiting with some one. Hadn't read a single thing on it until meeting time. Don't know if the computers have helped but doubt it.
I would like to know how the items are on consent before the meetings. Who makes the decisions?
I know I am not answering your questions, but did you read anywhere that "they" are making up a new SAT test. I saw it on the internet yesterday but don't know how to find it today.
Like the command key you were telling me about. I can't even find it on my keyboard.
Aren't you glad I wasn't one of your students in school? (:
The council should have to take turns of a shift at the fire station and then on a fire truck in full dress and be near the fire but out of the way of the firemen, to see what the h--- goes on when something is on fire.
Maybe it will be their home or near it that is burning.
I don't think any of them have a clue.
I'm sure there is a hefty real estate tax being paid on the property and Payson was getting a share of that. Wait until someone is injured or killed on that intersection and see what happens.
They have their fingers crossed when they take the oath. (:
Wait until Blue Ridge goes dry again. All Payson can think of is today, not the future as far as water is concerned. I have seen Roosevelt Lake with water only right by the dam. The rest was bone dry. I have also seen it where the water was about to go over the dam. 1993.
Why should the people that have lived here 40 yrs. or more give up their water for new developments?
Bring in developers of industry not housing.
On to something else. Wait until Carl's fast food opens. That is a BIG disaster waiting to happen with the traffic the way it is on that intersection. You wouldn't believe the problem we had getting into Ariz. Credit Union Bank yesterday. Had to turn North on 87 off Longhorn then move over to turn in to Bashas' shopping center missing the cars that were turning right on the red light, go around the bank and on to 260 with a right turn and try to get into the traffic lane then turn into the bank.
With cars coming out of the drive thru window at Carl's it will be total disaster.
What kind of license do you need to cut trees?
If by some miracle the SLE or whatever gets the F.S. for ASU will they cut any trees or clear anything out? I don't think we really have to worry about them getting it, just wondering about the trees.
The mayor that put the ordinance in effect not to cut trees, clear cut his property to build a house before it went into effect. That's the kind of people we elect.
I think we need a separate string on the fire wise article in the paper to day.
It is to hard to keep up with the comments below the news articles.
It is so comforting that the council knows more about protecting our town from forest fires than other towns that have adopted the code and our fire dept.
As I drive around town I see a lot of places that are just waiting for a lit cigarette or some mischief maker to start a fire in one of them and we lose houses, residents and fire fighters. I was raised in Payson, left for 42 years then moved back. The first thing I told the Realtor was I DON'T want a house in the trees. Have any of the council been near a forest fire?
I believe we need to start with a total new council and no Realtors on it.
Cut the pay for them and use it to help the townspeople clear their lots.
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