It's all very cool....be more cool if they paid their employee's better than they do and work harder at maintaining and keeping long term employees.
What an example of class! Antenori, is not in touch with the people. A crime we see over and over in Arizona. He insults the midtown people by tossing them all into one basket. He speaks badly of officials in office, remarks that another is just a novice. All the while he truly believes when he "goes" he doesn't stink! The article reads to me that he throws stones and hides in the bushes.
I am so proud of sheriff Dupnik! It's reasons like him that we still live in the state! We bring home well over 6 figures, pay taxes (happy to do so) donate to good causes and live in midtown. Antenori is an embarrassment to us all.
The speed limit is 25 miles per hour on Bell Ave. Mainly used as a resident street. Midtown Association consults police and fire, and holds meetings for ANYONE (owner or renter) once a month during the school year. This problem is a difference of opinions. These men are very aware of the local resident govern committee. And horn honking is rude to all the other neighbors in a resident area. Its a quiet place. Babies sleep, people bought homes away from high traffic areas, and now they've got a feuding neighbor bent on giving the area a hard time. Just take it to court ready - and leave the noise in the court room too.
I live in the garden district, and it is shameful those neighbors are continuing the honking. As if no one cares the least bit about the child safety, the slower traffic and beloved pets. It is very obvious the "honkers" are a selfish and socially rude lot concerned only with their own lives.
Tucson Weekly |
3280 E. Hemisphere Loop, Suite 180, Tucson AZ 85706 |
(520) 294-1200 |
Powered by Foundation