Armory/council
Goat

Springfield, MA

#1 May 20, 2013
They should all get together with their push mowers and cut the lawn.
Eddie C

Rome, NY

#2 May 20, 2013
Goat wrote:
They should all get together with their push mowers and cut the lawn.
Naha. Have Fusco go over there and throw a little garlic on it and tell him its greens from Vesico's. He would know the difference.
John

Springfield, MA

#3 May 20, 2013
Looks like the codes dept better issue a citation. Get your mowers fired up Councilors. Get to work.
Fuscoflys

Manchester, CT

#4 May 20, 2013
We gather on feces......
Mike

Sutton, MA

#5 May 20, 2013
The City doesn't own the building, the council never approved the transfer.

Still owned by NYS.
Eddie C

Rome, NY

#6 May 20, 2013
Mike wrote:
The City doesn't own the building, the council never approved the transfer.
Still owned by NYS.
Doesn't make a difference. The city still has to cut it until a decision is made on what is going to be done with the building. You are aware if your property's grass gets too high the city will cut it nd send you the bill. I don't know what agreement the state and the city has but it does look like farm land. Then again its no different than some of the other properties in Rome including Fusco's property on Thomas St.
Sunny

Brooklyn, NY

#8 May 20, 2013
I've said it before folks, and I'll say it again, the trashier something looks, the happier Fucso is!!!
John

Springfield, MA

#9 May 21, 2013
Sunny wrote:
I've said it before folks, and I'll say it again, the trashier something looks, the happier Fucso is!!!
you're way wrong on this one. Fusco wanted to take the armory the council didn't want it. Smith wants private investors to buy it. Look at the line of investors waiting to buy it. NOT. Let the council mow the lawn. Maybe they can have their next council meeting there. If I were him I wouldn't cut it either. Good job Councilors the building in the main artery of the city looks great.
On Board

Brooklyn, NY

#10 May 21, 2013
Fusco IS a dirt bag, and what makes it worse is his lack Of a brain and/or ethics!
Dave

Hampton, VA

#11 May 21, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text> you're way wrong on this one. Fusco wanted to take the armory the council didn't want it. Smith wants private investors to buy it. Look at the line of investors waiting to buy it. NOT. Let the council mow the lawn. Maybe they can have their next council meeting there. If I were him I wouldn't cut it either. Good job Councilors the building in the main artery of the city looks great.
It should have never been allowed to look like a hay field! Great Joe Clueless Joe!
Lol

Rome, NY

#12 May 21, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text> you're way wrong on this one. Fusco wanted to take the armory the council didn't want it. Smith wants private investors to buy it. Look at the line of investors waiting to buy it. NOT. Let the council mow the lawn. Maybe they can have their next council meeting there. If I were him I wouldn't cut it either. Good job Councilors the building in the main artery of the city looks great.
What part of the city can not afford to buy it or take it over do you not understand? That place needs major work. Heating, air conditioning, plumbing, windows. You really think the taxpayers want to take on that bill along with all the rest. No I don't think so. Bulldoze the place. You would be better off instead of having another empty building around. If they cannot get someone to take the old Rite Aid, and Home Dept buildings soon they are not going to be worth crap and then we are stuck with another mess. The home Depot building is already in a mess. No one is going to want it.
Urban Renewal

Cantonment, FL

#13 May 22, 2013
The best plan is to bulldoze EVERYthing between Tannery Road & Rickmeyer Rd., & south of Delta Lake to the Erie Canal.

THEN you can get some construction jobs goin' on to start over from scratch, maybe bring back the Mafia & Trade Unions, eh?
ha Ha Ha

Hampton, VA

#14 May 22, 2013
Lol wrote:
<quoted text>
What part of the city can not afford to buy it or take it over do you not understand? That place needs major work. Heating, air conditioning, plumbing, windows. You really think the taxpayers want to take on that bill along with all the rest. No I don't think so. Bulldoze the place. You would be better off instead of having another empty building around. If they cannot get someone to take the old Rite Aid, and Home Dept buildings soon they are not going to be worth crap and then we are stuck with another mess. The home Depot building is already in a mess. No one is going to want it.
Who really cares what happens to the home depoet building...the city does NOT own it....
Ooops Ha Ha Haaaa

Cantonment, FL

#15 May 22, 2013
What sort of contribution to your tax base does that hulk's owners make?
ha Ha Ha wrote:
<quoted text>Who really cares what happens to the home depoet building...the city does NOT own it....
Vacant commercial property is NOT a Path to Prosperity.
COACH

Rome, NY

#17 May 24, 2013
we need nightclubs! call it the armored truck stop

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