[Mintwood-place] Parking petition
abfab_z at yahoo.com
Fri May 27 14:51:42 GMT 2005
I am all for any petition that is pro- Mintwood residents! While I understand CM Graham's restriction of parking on 18th- this further encourages drivers to use Mintwood, Belmont etc for parking. I'm sorry to say I think it a short-sighted plan to restrict 18th in hopes that people will take public transportation. We all know where cockroaches end up if only one person in a building exterminates!
Phil Holland <philip.holland at verizon.net> wrote:
What ever happened to our conversation about the residential parking
I for one am tired of the "Drunk Parade", at 2:00 a.m when the bars close,
trying to find their cars, or having a lovers argument or just playing their
car radio's loudly. Granted, noise bounces back and forth down the street
and they are not even aware of how loud they are, but it is still annoying.
Parking is tight enough and the new restrictions will make the parking and
the "parade" situations worse in my opinion.
Is there any interest in starting the parking restriction petition?
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Cloud"
To: "Jim Graham"
Cc: ; "John Cloud"
Sent: Friday, May 27, 2005 9:03 AM
Subject: [Mintwood-place] Re: Still No Water in the Kalorama Garden
> Councilman Graham:
> A new waterline to the Kalorama garden was completed May 13th. It'll
> hit 80 degrees today, but not one drop of water will flow through the
> line. Why not? Because the waterline isn't hooked up to a functioning
> WASA service line. Where's the disconnect? Somewhere very near the hole
> with exposed pipe right next to the entrance to the kid's playground. On
> the one hand, the garden hasn't had a functioning water line in over two
> years, so it may take some archeology to find the water line. On the
> other hand, the fact that not a single DPR or WASA employee has been on
> site in the last two weeks might also be a factor, don't you think?
> So Councilman, what's it going to take to finish a simple plumbing
> job? Maybe some kid falling into the hole?
> John Cloud and 19 other tax-paying, voting Ward One constituents.
> _ _
> (o) (o)
> John Cloud
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