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anonymous

Chicago, IL

#1 Feb 18, 2014
Although I realize there isn't much we can do about the culverts and ditches being covered with snow, perhaps we all can keep our eyes out over the next 24 hours as to sewer covers blocked by snow piles.

This isn't a slight against public works for they did their job just fine so far. Rather it is a proactive thought the village can address if we let them know where there is blockage. No need for anyone to suffer flood damage if we can avoid it.
bill

Orland Park, IL

#2 Feb 18, 2014
we pay taxes for this reason.
ME MYAY MYAXES

Midlothian, IL

#3 Feb 19, 2014
bill wrote:
we pay taxes for this reason.
You sound like such an idiot. I bet you also refuse to clear access to fire hydrants because that's supposed to be someone else's job.

If you never chip in and help out to make things better, you forfeit your right to whine that everything sucks.

Pay close attention, and re-read this next bit a few times so it sinks in:

People like you are part of the problem.
Wake up

Oak Forest, IL

#4 Feb 19, 2014
ME MYAY MYAXES wrote:
<quoted text>
You sound like such an idiot. I bet you also refuse to clear access to fire hydrants because that's supposed to be someone else's job.
If you never chip in and help out to make things better, you forfeit your right to whine that everything sucks.
Pay close attention, and re-read this next bit a few times so it sinks in:
People like you are part of the problem.
No! Illinois corrupt elected officials are the problem, people are tired of our leaders wasting and stealing are tax dollars!
Know It All

Chicago, IL

#5 Feb 19, 2014
Wake up wrote:
<quoted text>
No! Illinois corrupt elected officials are the problem, people are tired of our leaders wasting and stealing are tax dollars!
Stealing "are" tax dollars? What a fool!
Wake up

Oak Forest, IL

#6 Feb 19, 2014
Know It All wrote:
<quoted text> Stealing "are" tax dollars? What a fool!
I am the fool?
God bless you!
Know It All

Chicago, IL

#7 Feb 19, 2014
Wake up wrote:
<quoted text>
I am the fool?
God bless you!
Learn correct grammar. It's our not are.
wake up

Chicago, IL

#8 Feb 19, 2014
Know It All wrote:
<quoted text> Learn correct grammar. It's our not are.
Thanks Know It All for correcting me.
God Bless you!
Frusterated Fiasco

Midlothian, IL

#9 Feb 19, 2014
It is those who don't want to lend a hand or go out of their way that can never be satisfied. Clear the fire hydrant and the sewer caps to help your neighbors and the village serve you better. If not, ask a girl scout to assist you. They make much better company, have a hard work ethic and are positive. Much more pleasant that dealing with pricks like yourself who can't lift a finger.
us

Midlothian, IL

#10 Feb 20, 2014
I pay taxes for this are you kidding me!!! We pay taxes for firefighters and cops so what's that mean don't do anything to not burn your house down. Get out a clean the man holes off
anonymous

Chicago, IL

#11 Feb 20, 2014
Luckily for all of us so far, the rain has been fairly light, although it was strange to hear thunder last night after months of relative silence.

Also, I must agree that we all can help with the sewer covers, but a few piles can only be cleaned with the plows. I myself lost count the number of times I went out in the fall to clean leaves from the sewer covers, not because public works was derelict of duty, but because they have a lot to do after a storm such as dealing with fallen trees as a simple example.

Auto blaming "corruption" of public officials and employees as the sole reason for flooding insults the volunteers who would contribute efforts even if government was the most honest group of people on the planet.

Bill, I guess based on your tax dollar argument, all volunteer fire fighters across the nation should just quit now? All community organizations should just fold up and call it quits? After all, they aren't in receipt of tax dollars. Also, I bet you would be one of the first to scream "outrageous" if/when overtime was called for with citation of laziness causing such "theft of tax dollars" when logistics suggest otherwise.

Time to go watch the rain start up again...
Wake up

Oak Forest, IL

#12 Feb 20, 2014
Sorry,
I did not mean to upset so many of you from the town midlothian.
I guess I am wrong about people being tired of the corruption.
Good luck with your sewer covers.
God bless!
Haha

Chicago, IL

#13 Feb 20, 2014
ME MYAY MYAXES wrote:
<quoted text>
You sound like such an idiot. I bet you also refuse to clear access to fire hydrants because that's supposed to be someone else's job.
If you never chip in and help out to make things better, you forfeit your right to whine that everything sucks.
Pay close attention, and re-read this next bit a few times so it sinks in:
People like you are part of the problem.
you sound like a real jaggoff, my Job is not clean the fire hydrants this town sucks
Haha

Chicago, IL

#14 Feb 20, 2014
The Fire Department should be out cleaning the hydrants its not they are doing anything, next will we have to test the hydrants to,
Frusterated Fiasco

Midlothian, IL

#15 Feb 21, 2014
I wouldn't trust you to test my garden hose. The fire department is now doing full transports to and from the hospital along with assisting either departments with their emergencies. If you think that the Public Works and Fire Department are so useless then why don't you apply for job there. It sounds like you'd be such a good leader. I'm sure you'd fit in quite well b******* and complaining that things aren't getting done, that you don't have enough time or people to get all your work done and that your budget is too small. Can't wait to see you in the Messenger, as the newest village employee. But no wait you hate Midlothian and can't wait to sell your house and live in another town. So again get those Girl Scouts to help you pack up. I hope nobody ever asked you to go out of your way. Your neighbors much knock on your door frequently to borrow a cup of sugar.
cant beleive it

Munster, IN

#16 Feb 22, 2014
All the folks in my area clean the sewer crate and keep the fire hydrant free from snow it helps us all out.
Alan

Orland Park, IL

#17 Feb 22, 2014
cant beleive it wrote:
All the folks in my area clean the sewer crate and keep the fire hydrant free from snow it helps us all out.
I live in an apartment so I don't have to clean out s..!
Bitch ass Alan

Blue Island, IL

#18 Feb 22, 2014
Alan wrote:
<quoted text>I live in an apartment so I don't have to clean out s..!
Please let me smack you, actually I'll slap your mammy how about that?
Alan

Orland Park, IL

#19 Feb 22, 2014
Mammy?? Lol,
Alan

Orland Park, IL

#20 Feb 22, 2014
See u wouldn't slap me because I would kill u!!

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