Paving set for 14 roads

Paving set for 14 roads

There are 13 comments on the Berkshire Eagle story from Jul 20, 2011, titled Paving set for 14 roads. In it, Berkshire Eagle reports that:

One of the city's busiest thoroughfares heads a list of 14 local streets and roads that will be repaved over the next two and a half months.

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Since: Jan 09

Pittsfield, MA

#1 Jul 20, 2011
The luing sack of garbage mayor, Squiggy umberto, promised the people of Hancock Rd. and Highland Ave that their streets would be paved this season. Guess what? Screwed over again, Ward 7 taxpayers. He had to take care of his buddies in the south side of the city, screw the North End again. Lets get him out before January.
Maxwell Edison

Otis, MA

#2 Jul 20, 2011
Well it's only fair. We got him elected.
Really

North Adams, MA

#3 Jul 20, 2011
WTF? Faucett Lane???? Isn't that a brand new street put in what 5 to 7 years ago?? And to be politically correct the west side, whether it needs it or not is taken care of once again. But what about the rest of us who have gone 40+ years without a resurface? The middle class gets the shaft again.
Tricia

Troy, NY

#4 Jul 21, 2011
it is out of the kindness of his heart that the mayor is paving anything at all. Most of his pork is going to North st these days. I wish you people would shut the hell up and let the mayor run the city the way he wants..it is his city after all
Spider

Pittsfield, MA

#5 Jul 21, 2011
Really wrote:
WTF? Faucett Lane???? Isn't that a brand new street put in what 5 to 7 years ago?? And to be politically correct the west side, whether it needs it or not is taken care of once again. But what about the rest of us who have gone 40+ years without a resurface? The middle class gets the shaft again.
The small portion of Tyler St. between Woodlawn Ave. and Benedict Rd. is another laugh. That is hardly in need of any work. Who the hell picks these streets? Do they put the names of all the streets in a hat and blindly pick them?
Dr Dirt

Northville, NY

#6 Jul 21, 2011
the mayor does not realize the real shape the city is in. people like Tricia do not realize the shape the city is in, vote them out.....
IRA_PITTSFIELD

Northville, NY

#7 Jul 22, 2011
Soon Jimmy will be in FLA., Barrett will try to prop up his ego and go back to N.A., Lee will be sitting at the bar at the Highland ( where he runs to after every meeting), Marky will go back to banking and new faces will appear as Dept. heads are replaced, DPW "Deadwood" first and the needless positions at city hall will be GONE. Then Pittsfield will grow!!!
Pat

Otis, MA

#8 Jul 22, 2011
Spider wrote:
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The small portion of Tyler St. between Woodlawn Ave. and Benedict Rd. is another laugh. That is hardly in need of any work. Who the hell picks these streets? Do they put the names of all the streets in a hat and blindly pick them?
It is actually pretty crappy on the north side near woodlawn. And the road gets heavy use, but what about FIRST STREET?
Jon is a nut

Springfield, MA

#9 Jul 22, 2011
Really wrote:
WTF? Faucett Lane???? Isn't that a brand new street put in what 5 to 7 years ago?? And to be politically correct the west side, whether it needs it or not is taken care of once again. But what about the rest of us who have gone 40+ years without a resurface? The middle class gets the shaft again.
Faucett Lane is over 24 years old. Not 5 to 7.

Since: Jan 09

Pittsfield, MA

#10 Jul 22, 2011
Maxwell Edison wrote:
Well it's only fair. We got him elected.
Please bring your Silver Hammer down upon their heads.
Not Rich But

North Adams, MA

#11 Jul 22, 2011
Jon is a nut wrote:
<quoted text>Faucett Lane is over 24 years old. Not 5 to 7.
Oh that makes my point less valid. Fact is it's still a fairly new street. There are many other streets in more dire need that have not been resurfaced in 30,40,50 + years. I guess it all depends on who lives on the street. Go to masslandrecords.com and do a little research and you will have your answer.

P.S. while my timline may be off, I do believe your 24+ years is off as well. Anybody know for sure?
What

West Chesterfield, MA

#12 Jul 23, 2011
Not Rich But wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh that makes my point less valid. Fact is it's still a fairly new street. There are many other streets in more dire need that have not been resurfaced in 30,40,50 + years. I guess it all depends on who lives on the street. Go to masslandrecords.com and do a little research and you will have your answer.
P.S. while my timline may be off, I do believe your 24+ years is off as well. Anybody know for sure?
I don't believe that number - it is much newer. And it is a "dead-end" residential street, going nowhere. What is the great need. About ten houses on it. Comeon
sec8foreveryone

United States

#13 Jul 23, 2011
yo! when uze beeze pavin duh dowah pawhkin lot yo?weeze needz duh nice road tuh walkz tuh duh pay phone byze nichols yo!

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