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#1 Jan 19, 2013
I really enjoy the winter months when town hill is not all junked up and loud.
In the summer, there are awful redneck concerts, old car shows, carnivals, etc.
I don't think that was the intended use for the property.
I believe it was supposed to be a beautified park with benches, fountains, and lots of trees.
It would be nice if the original plan were put in action and in the meantime a curtailing of use of town hill.
It really is awful to look at and listen to.
For each event, they should be forced to contact all nearby neighbors to seek their permission.
Town Hill should learn to be a Good Neighbor.
#2 Jan 20, 2013
Margaret have you seen the nice fishing pier? I would suggest you walk to the end and jump the water around this time is nice. Also do it at night more people are out.
#3 Jan 20, 2013
I think all the special events add life to the town and help business. Without these events, it would be like living in a ghost town.
#4 Jan 20, 2013
I suspect that you are not a "real" person, but a very lost and lonely individual who gets their kicks by posting stupid items on public forms say you can sit back and read the replies your comments create. If this is the case, you need professional help.
If you are indeed, are not mentally I'll, and make these stupid post, then you should get a broom and fly over the roof tops, or better yet... Jump in the river. You are too damn ignorant to live among normal people
#5 Jan 20, 2013
Lets not be intolerant of other people's opinions.
I don't live by town hill but I can bet it is a pain sometimes.
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