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Posted on April 8 at 11:56 a.m.
This problem should've been prevented before it started. Changing or adding ordinances now is not going to help much, especially against a group of hoodlums and scofflaws who clearly don't respect laws, people, property and the community they are visiting or are a part of. The powers-that-be have not acted aggresively enough to curb this reprehensible and unwanted event from occuring in our home (Home being not just the building you live in but also the community you live in.) The irresponsible organizers of this madness need to be shut-down as well, maybe some jail time, huge fines, being made to personally clean up and repair all the damage they have caused and expulsion from what ever college they are attending might change their attutudes. Why didn't the sherrifs department do what they do during Halloween and close off the area, only allowing those with proof of residency to enter. and patrolling the perimeter as much as possible to try to prevent walk-ins? I am not against people having fun, but this kind of thing is not fun in any sense of the word.
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Posted on November 6 at 10:25 a.m.
Did/does no one stop to consider that using "live" ordinance for training exercises is a BAD idea?
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Posted on April 9 at 3:49 p.m.
I have no objection to having a good time, but this kind of thing is offensive and irresposible. Come on kids, did your parents teach you nothing? Have some consideration for the community and your fellow partiers; pick up after yourselves and don't throw stuff.
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Posted on June 11 at 5:45 p.m.
3 million dollars for a fence! somebodies getting ripped off. I have to admit that I am always uncomfortable driving across the Cold Springs Bridge because of the low railing. But then, I am not interested in dying just yet. A higher one would make me "feel" safer but I don't think it will prevent suicides. If someone really wants to die there are a lot of ways to do yourself in besides jumping off a bridge. How about a shorter, less expensive one than currently proposed, plus a net underneath and the left over funds given to mental health services?
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