Flat, black, and wide. Koz, when you build an arena, do you build it for a low capacity or do you build in extra capacity for larger crowds? No different for a roadway. Plan ahead. Build it as approved by the voters.
Thanks for the great info.
I drive Broadway between Euclid and Country Club on a regular basis and it is heavily congested. Broadway is a major east-west arterial roadway and it needs to be widened to at least 6 lanes. The Mayor and Council plan/ordinance to widen it to 8 lanes has been on the City’s books since the early 1990’s so no one should act surprised that it is finally getting widened. Once it does get widened and connected to the Downtown Links project (which will connect to St. Mary’s & I-10), Broadway will function much more efficiently. As far as the outcry over historic structures, I’m sorry, but dilapidated 1940’s houses that have been converted to tax offices, physic & palm reading studios, and 2nd hand clothing boutiques are not worth saving.
Love that Sammy Dog at Guerro's.
Thanks for the recommendation.
Steve has yet to come out and give the public a definitive “yes” or “no” on whether he did or didn’t do it.
He just says the story is “bullshit” – which I interpret to mean he is unhappy that this alleged incident even became a public story.
The Wizzer of Koz is embroiled in Wizzergate.
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