underpass rage at city hall

underpass rage at city hall

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underpass anger

Fayetteville, NC

#1 Sep 4, 2009
When will Cramerton acknowledge that the underpass at town hall is going to need some help? Growth of the town is only making things worse and there isn't even a blinking light, or heaven forbid, a policeman that would direct traffic at peak hours. The "planners" want the town to grow and have no idea how to solve this stupid little town problem. Does anyone else have this problem or can anyone else see yet another dumb thing , like the two yards of the month?
what you mean

Fayetteville, NC

#2 Sep 6, 2009
I just run through it as fast as I can. Isn't that what you are supposed to do?

Murfreesboro, TN

#3 Sep 14, 2009
they are too busy spending money on Live on Center and Live on Main, or whatever else party they can bring to prosper a bizness downtown....you know having the live things like Belmont, trying to keep up with the Jones's thing...soon enough people will see, regardless of elections or whatever Cramerton seems to be ran by dirty biz and underhanded dealings that stab the people who disagree with them in the back....

Charlotte, NC

#4 Oct 15, 2009
Hey I've got a great idea. Why don't you guys vote in one of those new type of politicians? You know the one's who say they are bringing something new to the table, like change. You know the one's who swear that they can actually do something that the previous 1000 politicians before them couldn't get done. People will never learn.
Platform Punter

Monroe, NC

#5 Oct 26, 2009
Small town charm, Rager, exudes when people are forced to be decent and courteous to one another. I live there and like the underpasses. I go out of my way to go under them, not to irk you, but to teach civility and manners to our friends from the Northern Wasteland.
Tell you what, F&*kface, why don't you back up north where your (/\) belongs???

Dallas, NC

#6 Oct 28, 2009
blinking light, no good, policeman not for taxpayor money becaz people dont want to take turns, and dont take away the underpass it has personality. we cant help that when people are drunk leaving the Tavern they have to be real steady going under it or hit it...When leaving the Tavern, please go up Eighth Avenue it is a straight shot and if you get pulled for a DUI, dont say police are targeting Tavern customers, they are not, they are doing their jobs and I praise them..they are not afraid of pulling people who drink and get behind the wheel over, they are not afraid of politics and kathleen hover, they are our policeman doing a great job.. where does the law say, that if you see a drunk leaving Tavern bar please dont pull over becaz the owner of the bar contributes so much to the town that we dont want to make her mad law! Our policeman I hope stand strong, and it is a good sign when they cant be bought like everything and everyone else in Cramerton.. To our policeman, pull everyone you know that drinks and leaves her bar over..make Cramerton safe, and you have shown by doing this, that you are bold,proud and care about the town and not about being liked or Tavern owner mad at you.. People are keeping up and they praise you for pulling people that have had too much to drink over, no matter who it is, their status, or where they chose to have that one too many.. thank you to our police force brothers!

Charlotte, NC

#7 Nov 5, 2009
Well you guys have a new mayor over there now. Mayor Ronnie Worley. A state trooper. And he loves a party. So we'll see how many drunks get pulled over coming out of the Tavern.

Eddyville, KY

#8 Nov 12, 2009
we have a chief and he is in charge of the policeman, not the mayor... as far as procedure.. so trooper does not matter, he is our mayor and that is all not the new police chief, and what? how do you know he loves a party, seen him or just rumors...? and he will not stop our police from doin their jobs.. I think if someone comes and tries to be mayor, chief, tavern's best patron, and morally right, well we may have a problem, they dont all mix well
heard enough

Gastonia, NC

#9 Mar 12, 2010
nothing will happen untill someone gets killed there. so just go around and be happy

Fayetteville, NC

#10 Jun 5, 2010
I always try to go 1 car at a time. But it really upsets me when 5 cars come through and they all see me waiting my turn. I have thought about one of those round mirrors. Then you can see who is on the other side before you jet out.

And the tavern closes at 10pm most nights and I have never seen anyone slobbering drunk in there... there will always be drunk drivers no matter what restaurants are in town. Until the courts crack down on drunk driving and sentence a harsher punishment, people will keep doing it. Why dont they put the blow DUI machines in all cars.. then we could all feel safe. Expensive, but safe.

Raleigh, NC

#11 Jun 9, 2010
why don,t all of you complainers be quiet until you are better informed. Been driving through that underpass for 40 years and the only problem I see is it is not very pretty but most of us are no either. People are so selfish and do not show courtesey and some truck drivers do not know the heighth of their trucks. Other than this I say if you want a change there open your wallets and give a sizable donation and eventually we may get something done.

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