Ninja wrote:held without the normal notice to the neighborhood
Except for what I posted.
david cohen wrote:I didn't see that notice Stebben...clearly neither did a lot of folks...they still only held one public meeting though and then made the decision.
So first they didn't have a public meeting. Then they had one, but didn't notify people. Then they notified people, but not enough were paying attention so they needed many more meetings.
Ninja wrote:Sure. I've spoken to dozens of friends, neighbors and business owners on the Northside about this situation and have yet to encounter a single person who had heard a single thing about this plan until after the decision had been made.
Not my fault y'all don't pay attention to what's happening in your neighborhood.
When my street was being re-done we had one community meeting, but there were other council meetings that I attended. I was pro-active in finding out about the meetings. The city isn't going to go to every house and see if someone needs a ride.
Plus, as I stated earlier in the thread, they've been studying this since 1996. People talk like it's out of the blue.