Re: Plans to realign Bouffard Road in LaSalle angers nearby citizens, by Dave Battagello, Sept. 22
I’m in settlement with Tony Puzzuoli and other residents petitioning versus the Bouffard Street realignment.
His tries to end the Bouffard realignment have seemingly fallen on town’s council’s deaf ears. As I have an understanding of it, Tony applied for and was accredited to establish his garage quite a few a long time in the past with a guarantee to by no means get expropriated for street realignment.
Right here we are numerous a long time later and now the guarantee designed by council and administration would seem to be ignored. All of a sudden, there is no memory of that promise and ironically no documents to confirm it.
There is been more than 600 petition signatures to Prevent Bouffard realignment, but council to date has dismissed it. That reveals complete lack of regard to people, as effectively as a lack of rely on.
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The rationale realigning Bouffard is a awful notion is since the targeted traffic will increase significantly and obeying the speed restrict of 40 km/h is already a difficulty. It will also turn into horribly noisy.
This council I believe that have yet another agenda which is to aid a developer in the location, but instead tells us it is due to targeted traffic congestion.
I have finished my homework and however there’s some present council members who do not should have a vote for causes of careless expending I dread will even further travel up property taxes. I sense some are not currently being truthful or not answering queries about their system.
I dread continuation of present-day council staying re-elected will guide to several persons in LaSalle no for a longer period remaining ready to find the money for to reside here.
Be sure to don’t forget LaSalle is a great location to live for all people – youthful and previous, rich or lousy and it is not just who can manage it.
Jack Zlotnik, LaSalle
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