Friday April 29, 2016
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Too bad the driver died, he should have survived as a cripple in jail for life to think about what he did.
Yes I can be vicious at times.
When my dad was about 6 yrs. old his stepfather worked in the mines in the Globe-Miami area and was a blaster. Used dynamite. Somehow my dad got hold of a stick of dynamite, and saved it for the 4th of July when he set it off. Was not injured but scared the heck out of everyone. Needless to say he didn't sit down for about a week.
Starting out so reckless in life he lived to be almost 95 yrs old.
I thought AA stood for Alcoholics Anonymous.
I was upset the first time I saw the caps on someone who was not a Green Beret. They did not earn them.
It took something away from the Green Beret men who earned their dumb looking caps, but you knew they had done something special for all of us.
Haven't they given up part of it already?
Sorry, to answer your question. THE BUS DRIVER.
Someone should follow the school buses in Payson. See how fast and reckless they drive and where they pickup and let off kids. It is ridiculous and dangerous. I don't know who figured out their routes but they should be changed. Beginning with them all driving down Summit street which two cars have a hard time going in opposite directions and there are usually cars parked on the street which makes it worse.
Drivers putting kids off the bus for some reason and not notifying the parents, leaving them to wonder where they are.
I am so tired of the headings of articles that are so misleading.
Cardiac kids play out thriller, look towards playoff. To me it looked like the kids playing had heart problems.
Maybe it is because my husband and three kids and my self all have or had heart problems.
My day is ruined now since I saw yesterdays heading in the paper this morning.
Thanks a lot.
If there were two full time officers in Star Valley they would not be able to stop all the speeders. They go thru in packs. If anyone doesn't believe that go out and park somewhere and watch. That includes big trucks and motorcycles. Leave the officers to fighting other crimes.
I usually agree with what you write. I just don't say much when you have already said it all.
As far as the many fast foods in town, some I have only been to once, didn't like the food.
Glad there is a choice.
As far as planning for the town it is so screwed up it would take a genius to fix it. They zone an area and then a friend wants to do something so they rezone one piece of property at a time. They have many different ordinances, but never enforce them. One the junky signs in front of the C of C building. There was an ordinance against them at one time. Industrial lot across from the Payson Golf course where there are nice homes. Trucks, some kinds of equipment, piles of dirt. I tried putting a storage bin next to my sons lot when he was building his house. He had sold his home in Mesa and he had to pay storage on his belongings. Told no, but right up the street by the golf course the past police chief had one, while he was waiting to build his house, had not even started it. Now they changed the ordinance I guess, because they are every where.
The airport had restrictions there at one time and now it looks like Junk City. Buildings were required to have at least one restroom. Guess what some don't have any.
If you don't like fast food don't eat it. Go to one of the sit down restaurants in town.
American food, Mexican food, Chinese food, Italian food, or a good steak. They are all here in town.
You people just want to whine. You could stay home and cook as another choice!
No matter what they put in the new building, it is hideous and does not look like Payson.
I know there are a lot of you who don't like the looks of Payson, but there are highways leading 3 ways out of town. TAKE ONE
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