I continue to await a response to my questions--originally posed in an e-mail last Friday--from Metro Paving Manager Don Reid. When he does eventually get back to me, I also intend to ask him:
- If Metro truly has had broken paving equipment since 2006, then how do Germantown alleys get paved in the last two weeks?
- Was the previous condition of the Germantown alleys at least as bad as the unpaved Salemtown alleys (were there huge pot holes, blowing dust, and post-storm mud-hole conditions)?
- Why is Germantown more deserving of paved alleys than Salemtown?
UPDATE: I spoke with Metro Paving Manager Don Reid by phone. Mr. Reid told me that he "has no idea" why the Germantown alleys were paved in the last two weeks, and that I would need to talk to Paving Scheduler Tim Young to find out when Salemtown's alleys are to be paved. Did I just get the bureaucratic bounce? We shall see.
UPDATE II: Paving tune change after the jump.
We have zero paved alleys in Hope Gardens, except for the alley behind Ireland 28 condos which was paved by the developers.ReplyDelete
Mike - I've been calling metro works weekly for the last month+ requesting they pave our alleys. I must say, the gravel is MUCH nicer than the dirt hills we used to drive over... but I'm with you. Where the heck is our asphalt?ReplyDelete