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Streetscape money could be better spent on seawall repairs

January 12, 2018

To the editor: I read that millions of dollars are going to be available for infrastructure on Southeast 47th Terrace....

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Jan-15-18 9:04 AM

Considering the general attitude of djrl, I would have thought that he would FAVOR the use of Public Money to provide benes to the well-to-do.

"Was geht" here ? ? ?

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Jan-13-18 7:46 PM

no no no!

No public money to repair private sea walls.


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Jan-13-18 6:01 AM

Odd, is it not, that the Publitards can/will NOT see that they operate the biggest, most intense welfare scam man has ever produced ! ! !

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Jan-13-18 5:35 AM

ERoberts isn't that exactly what the Orange man is doing?

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Jan-12-18 6:59 PM

Of course you think everyone else's money would be better spent to benefit you and your private property. That's what democrats live for!

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Jan-12-18 5:23 PM

Sorry but seawalls are the owners responsibility. Not the rest of the citizens in this city. We need infrastructure repairs. Fix your own problems.

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Jan-12-18 3:11 PM

Vickie, the seawalls belong to the homeowner, not the public. The City has arranged for low interest loans, not 0 interest. Your seawall has no different legal standing than my roof does when it comes to public money. I would support a municipal fund, paid by seawall owners, going forward, similar to Punta Gorda.

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Jan-12-18 9:31 AM

Quote "infrastructure on Southeast 47th Terrace. Well, aren't the seawalls infrastructure?" -- You seem to be missing the big picture here. The infrastructure on SE 47th Terrace can/will be enjoyed by all residents, as well as visitors to our area. The seawalls that you are referring to are on "Private Property". HUGE difference.

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Jan-12-18 6:05 AM

I suspect that few people who own seawalled properties actually need any form of Public Relief.

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