Secon's new paving
By Randy M. Lake
August 14, 2007
Leaving the post office recently, I crossed straight accross
the road to Island Pharmacy and was disgusted at the lousy job
Secon did paving from the roadbed up into the driveway of the
pharmacy. Leaving the pharmacy, I turned south to where the new
pavement meets the old in front of the hotel and fire station.
Damn, they paved up to the old road two inches too low and tried
to fix the error by patching up to the old roadbed a six inch
"ramp" to meet the old. The result is an obnoxious
bump and an everyday reminder of their shoddy work. The ever
neglectful inspectors need to contact Secon and get it properly
repaved. I suppose that would be the same inspectors that failed
to inspect the pilings on the waterfront that could not support
a piece of heavy eguipment doing demolition work that crashed
through almost into the water.
Randy M. Lake
Received August 11, 2007 - Published August 14, 2007
About: "Semi retired tax
accountant, part time fisherman, full time antagonist."
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