Old Road Signs, Littering & Public Works
Please inform Randy Harris, the Suwannee County administrator, that the old road signs are a blight on county roads. These old signs, often bullet ridled, faded, non-reflective, bent from mowing machines, often angled, demonstrate a lack of pride by county officials.
This lack of pride is displayed in how our citizens treat our community and the type of people who select Suwannee County as their home.
It is all about pride of ownership. Well, not quite, its about safety too. Out in McAlpin on 170th Terrace Road, signs are missing, faded and they fit the general description referenced above. Please communicate to Mr. Harris and the office of public works that you care about the appearance of Suwannee County.
Please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com to share your thoughts on the importance of trash pickup, sign maintenance, road safety and the like. One thing is certain about government officials, if you don't demonstrate you care, they are not going to demonstrate they care. Show them you care if you want your concerns to be at the forefront of their To Do List.
These folks need to be reminded that they work for us, the taxpayers who employ them. Some of them have forgotten this fundamental fact.
Email Mr. Harris now and tell him you care about the appearance of Suwannee County and you want modern, up-to-date signs, well-maintained roadways that are litter free, and a pride of community second to none for northcentral Florida.