Sunday, June 29, 2014

Corrected graphic from another source...


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmm, does the plan have a provision for loud, talking parrots from hell?

Anonymous said...

Paving a road and not cleaning up a neighborhood does not mean increased property values to me. The road will be hidden by broke down autos and trucks and you still have the unsightly, ill kept homes front and center.

Anonymous said...

10:05 How do you know there's not a parallel plan in place to eliminate the blight at the same time the city' rebuilding the infrastructure?
Have you been talking to a certain local inn keeper?

Anonymous said...

11:33, No, I don't have to talk to anyone as I have a mind of my own. How do I know there is no Parallel plan, because I attended (as you obviously did not) several of the informational meetings held by the Comm. and IF they had a plan, I'm sure they would have mentioned it somewhere between the cup of coffee and dinner out!

Glug said...

I bet Wonderwoman is handling code enforcement a whole lot differently now. She blamed the number of rentals in the city for how deplorable our city looked. Yet Greenacres has tons of rentals and so does Palm Beach Gardens and so does Lantana and Wellington. I tried to explain the difference is they have aggressive code and officers that keep the pressure on landlords that don't keep up.

But Stanton went along with Jennings and Golden who wanted to gut Code Enforcement for their own silly idealistic pie-in-the-sky visions and the city went to crap. It is harder to catch up than it is to keep up and that makes this commissions job all the more harder.

Fact is Stanton dropped the ball and now we are so far behind other cities in Palm Beach County because JoAnn Golden and Cara Jennings thought the way they live is how everyone else should live.

Wonder if Stanton has any quaint Casa Vagina's in her city?

Anonymous said...

1:54 You say IF they had a plan, You're SURE they would have mentioned it. Doesn't sound like you KNOW there is NO plan. Just that you're SURE they would have MENTIONED one. At the INFORMATIONAL MEETING I attended I asked about addressing the blight first and was told there was a plan in place to address the worst of the blight while the city was addressing the neglected infrastructure. Maybe you should start talking to somebody over a cup of coffee or dinner out because that thinking on your own is not working out so well for you.

Anonymous said...

Really, and did they explain their plan in place, or are you just accepting that they said there was. I did not see 1 penny in the 63 million + budget set aside for "blight" and the CRA only scratched the surface with their 23 million. I'll stick to thinking on my own, would hate to be led over the cliff with the other sheep.

Anonymous said...

Yes it was explained to me that as the city goes block by block they'll also be cracking down on code cases too. Since they already have a code department they don't need funds in the 2020 plan. Really what you mean is you're perfectly happy living in a run down city.

Anonymous said...

No, what I mean is what I originally stated, I don't believe paving a road fixes blight, slums or crime.