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Deer Park, TX - Aside from the offset between these two sections, bicycle tracks and apparent foot traffic might indicate a need to connect these two sections between Center and the High School Stadium on West P St.

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Aside from the offset between these two sections, bicycle tracks and apparent foot traffic might indicate a need to connect these two sections between Center and the High School Stadium on West P St.

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Since: Mar 08

United States

#1 Dec 30, 2008
Good pic DPTX.
geasr

AOL

#2 Dec 30, 2008
Publius Publico wrote:
Good pic DPTX.
Does Nader know this ? Does Riddle know this ? Pictures like this is what we need to get the city to work on these projects.

Since: Sep 08

Houston, TX

#3 Dec 30, 2008
geasr wrote:
<quoted text> Does Nader know this ? Does Riddle know this ? Pictures like this is what we need to get the city to work on these projects.
Who says that the sidewalks are on city property? Looks like from the picture standpoint it`s on School District property.
Big Ed

La Porte, TX

#4 Dec 30, 2008
Looks like we are gonna get a double wide when all this connects up, so whats the problem?

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Since: Nov 08

Deer Park

#5 Dec 30, 2008
DPsince75 wrote:
Who says that the sidewalks are on city property? Looks like from the picture standpoint it`s on School District property.
I don't know where the "School District property" ends and the city begins, however I thought this school district property was in the city of DP. So, what does it matter if the city pours 30 feet of concrete, so people aren't walking or riding their bicycles through mud? Besides, the school district and the city work together on a lot of things. For that matter, if you drive down San Augustine around the time school is letting out, you'll normally see a cop standing by a small back entrance to the school to keep people from turning in when school's letting out. For that matter, you will see cop cars at the schools on many days. So, should we require the school to hire their own police force?

Considering the money that's wasted on a lot less needed things, such as shrubbery along Center St, I think they could find a few bucks to fix a sidewalk that the Citizens of Deer Park are going to use.

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