by Kara (McElroy) Steele
January 22, 2005
Keep the ones that the city feels are a necessity, and get rid of the rest. Good grief I have NEVER seen such a small city on an island with 30 miles of road (both ways included) have so many stop lights!
This city of Kenai to which I migrated to has them because there are a lot more people and the area is more spread out for it. Without them it would be a disaster. But Ketchikan, is just a nice little community that doesn't need all that drama.
Great point Dale, I hope someone with the City of Ketchikan is listening! Peace and love to all my friends and family still there.
Kara (McElroy) Steele
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