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Rockwall, TX

#41 Feb 1, 2013
YourDaddy wrote:
<quoted text>It may be in Rockwall County but its a state maintained road. Call TxDot. I heard Rick Perry wants to use 4 billion for roads and water. Maybe they will come fix the roads then
I'll give it a shot. But I kinda wonder. When I voted in the 08 election I helped pass a large road bill that Rockwall county had asked for. Can we get some of that to make actual improvements around here. Businesses and residents might actually look to Royse city if we make our infrastructure better. I've always heard and seen how we want to keep downtown a Main Street type of community. But the roads around downtown are dilapidated and frankly gone! Why is it a community so rich in heritage and keeping things like the old ways before the walmarts and mega box stores can't get it together and push for state funding to increase its roadways and main streets in good condition. If I'm not mistaken; we bring up out infrastructure and help our neighbors and businesses to bring the buildings around here up to code and try and bring some life to our area we will attract more people and businesses to want to be here. Obviously someone had to pay for this. But why not get grant money and state money and get on whatever list we need to be in for the state to recognize us. Start trying to recruit more business and housing projects around here. As much as everyone is trying to keep this place small town feel. We are inevitably next in line for more growth. With 190 a few mikes down the road and John king becoming more accessible.
hah

Forney, TX

#42 Feb 1, 2013
c r wrote:
<quoted text>I'll give it a shot. But I kinda wonder. When I voted in the 08 election I helped pass a large road bill that Rockwall county had asked for. Can we get some of that to make actual improvements around here. Businesses and residents might actually look to Royse city if we make our infrastructure better. I've always heard and seen how we want to keep downtown a Main Street type of community. But the roads around downtown are dilapidated and frankly gone! Why is it a community so rich in heritage and keeping things like the old ways before the walmarts and mega box stores can't get it together and push for state funding to increase its roadways and main streets in good condition. If I'm not mistaken; we bring up out infrastructure and help our neighbors and businesses to bring the buildings around here up to code and try and bring some life to our area we will attract more people and businesses to want to be here. Obviously someone had to pay for this. But why not get grant money and state money and get on whatever list we need to be in for the state to recognize us. Start trying to recruit more business and housing projects around here. As much as everyone is trying to keep this place small town feel. We are inevitably next in line for more growth. With 190 a few mikes down the road and John king becoming more accessible.
The problem is, the CC, can't work with themselves, much less others.
Not Mine

Lockhart, TX

#43 Feb 1, 2013
hah wrote:
<quoted text>The problem is, the CC, can't work with themselves, much less others.
Dude you are obviously out of touch. Maybe you need to read the paper.

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