On March 15, Dunkirk town hall was business as usual. The wind was blowing while outdated bylaws were read aloud like the scraping of finger nails across a chalk board.
Increased traffic? Route 60 happens to be the fastest growing and most traveled route in all of our county. A main truck route was crushed years ago by the local board - No Millennium Parkway here. It would have eased the problems and brought in new opportunities for businesses.
It's now sited to go entirely through the middle of the city. Another issue: traffic control. Williams Street and Route 60 has problems - more than two crashes per month. It's a no-brainer. It needs a light. Everyone knows. It will take studies, debates, town meetings, way too much red tape.
Hopefully the Regan housing proposal gets done with a guarantee of tax revenue - a total guarantee.
I can see that the field mice at the location will continue paying the town the due taxes. The board continues protecting the dilapidated, outdated, unwanted houses. So hats off to the board! Thanks for ensuring the commitment of stone walling a $13.5 million project!
Everyone should know how grateful we all should be to Regan Development, which has guaranteed a higher than obligated tax to be paid! I was so enraged. I said my piece and was the first to walk out in embarrassment and disgust.