Monday December 22, 2014
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Is anything going to be done about the junkyard that is about the first thing you see coming into Payson from the south? Vehicles on S. McLane that look abandoned?
What about town owned property with junk laying around everywhere? Example, the lot on the west side of McLane near the library. Or the town yard at the airport. Old culverts that will never be used again, and chunks of concrete etc. At one time there was a pickup camper on saw horses at the airport yard.
What does the town use a camper for or does it belong to an employee?
Did they sign some kind of contract saying what their duties will be and they will be searched on the way out without pay?
Did they get paid during the lunch period? Some companies don't pay for lunch time and maybe they do so figure the workers should not be paid that extra 25 or 30 minutes while they are searched. It would be overtime pay.
You probably have Sudden link phone service and the radio station had no electricity to broadcast.
I have land line phone service from Century Link. It worked. Verizon cell phone wouldn't work.
Was it hanging fiber or underground?
Will we ever know the truth?
He should stay in California. Tend to the wildfires there.
The story I was told, a contractor was digging for a swimming pool and took out all the lines.
Seems if a squirrel chewed one small wire it would not have taken so long to fix it all.
Tonto Basin was also affected.
Is it the most wonderful time of the year because of Christ's birthday or because everyone is expecting to have parties and receive gifts or win a prize for the most lights on their house?
Seems most people have forgotten what Christmas is all about.
Oxbow hill is the first hill going south and ends at Rye. There is a truck turnout right before you start down it.
Slate Creek is the long hill you climb up and then down again before you get to Sunflower.
Sunflower is where all the buildings and towing company is on the east side of the highway.
Don't have my map handy to tell you the milepost number.
Someone sent me a map a long time ago with the mile post numbers on it but thanks.
I'm sure other people will use it.
I get a dirty look and they slam the article down on top of the wheel that moves the bags around.
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