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By David G Hanger


February 28, 2022
Monday AM

There’s an old saying from down south that you can tell how corrupt a county is by the condition of its roads.

Road maintenance and replacement is a routine problem that requires scheduling, planning, and budgeting to pay for it. Here only when it reaches the point of crisis is it even considered, if then. Fire this bunch of worthless morons who cannot maintain the infrastructure they are paid to manage rather than letting it go to hell, and kick the worthless elected officials playing ‘pretend’ right out the door after them.

Pavement instead of pay raises, deadbeats.

David G Hanger
Ketchikan, Alaska




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Received February 17, 2022 - Published February 14, 2022

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