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Wow V8 little balls. Are you Impervious to brain damage? What a low life you are to come in here and not add to the discussion to a topic that is important to the fiesta district area. I guess I should not expect the intellectual maturity by such a closed mined person as yourself. My 12 yr old has more class and smarts than you ever will. Go back to your trailer trash on main street and go back to reading dr seuss books you moron. Well, that might be too tough for you.
Cant stand scum bags like this in here. Anyways, I understand the sentiment and why the city did what they did. We do not have much money and needed a better location closer to where most of the crime is happening. However, I am disappointed as a person who was apart of the Fiesta District plan that cost over $250K of citizens monies for a report to guild the city of a more vibrant and urban district. This land might not have been the best of the best, but I see the lack of vision from a very good council of what this area could be. Poor leadership decision on their part. A police substation does not reduce crime. The sheer presents does not do it, it is more cops on the street, but even more, more people on the streets. A brilliant author named Jane Jacobs talked about “eyes on the street”. Many city planners have talked about this over the years and it seems like our leadership missed the bus yet again on a great opportunity to do it right.
Aug 25, 2011