New ordinances for City of Salyersville

New ordinances for City of Salyersville

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Louisa, KY

#1 Mar 30, 2012
Fair or foul
City Resident

Langley, KY

#2 Mar 30, 2012
Fair. We don't need junk HUD trailers owned by Poor Boy at the exit entering into Salyersville. First impressions leave a lasting impression on visitors and people passing by on the Mountain Parkway. Is this the impression we want to leave.
City Dweller

Paintsville, KY

#3 Mar 30, 2012
City Resident wrote:
Fair. We don't need junk HUD trailers owned by Poor Boy at the exit entering into Salyersville. First impressions leave a lasting impression on visitors and people passing by on the Mountain Parkway. Is this the impression we want to leave.
'bout time we had some zoning of sorts...I agree I certainly don't want to see old junk trailors pulled in here everywhere by these slum lords who are only out to make a dollar, not to help poor people....rather to take advantage of them!
large marge hater

Louisa, KY

#4 Mar 30, 2012
so you dont think pulling in trailers and letting people have a place to live is ok? your all worried about material items, jeff id love to see what you would live in if you moved out from your mothers! jeff ross if you was so worried about how the city looked why wont you get off your but and help the county! instead of crookin' everyone! city council did not pay out a dime to their members until you felt the need he should have money! and made them vote!
Reality Check

Pikeville, KY

#5 Mar 30, 2012
They are using the tornado as a excuse to run the poor people out of Dixie, they could really care less about the rest of Salyersville.
Howdy

Hurley, VA

#6 Mar 31, 2012
City Ordinance should also require all the streets
to be maintained....this little town has more potholes than there are craters on all of the
moon and we've not even seen the back side of it
yet! Oh sure, blame it on the tornado, but that
poor little thing is lucky it got out of here
without breaking a leg in one of those pot holes
as it crossed the little street in front of Pete's
place as it barreled across the Mountain Parkway!
Sayso

Salyersville, KY

#7 Mar 31, 2012
AINTSAYIN wrote:
Fair or foul
Just another way for Doc through his boy Petey to have more power and control.
City Observer

Salyersville, KY

#8 Mar 31, 2012
I don't think Old Junk Trailers should be allowed in City Limits either, what boggles my mind is that it wasn't done before now, like before Ballard Sloan moved in that Nightmare on Allen Drive back street. I'm just keeping it Real.
Howdy

Hurley, VA

#9 Apr 1, 2012
Howdy wrote:
City Ordinance should also require all the streets
to be maintained....this little town has more potholes than there are craters on all of the
moon and we've not even seen the back side of it
yet! Oh sure, blame it on the tornado, but that
poor little thing is lucky it got out of here
without breaking a leg in one of those pot holes
as it crossed the little street in front of Pete's
place as it barreled across the Mountain Parkway!
Somebody just judged this as 'nuts'..., must have been one
of those who hasn't lost a muffler or bent a wheel rim by
dropping into one of those chug holes! Lee's and Dairy Queen
loves it though, once a customer leaves out of their parking
lot, the customer hits a pot hole and spills his/her drink
and then needs to come back for another...good for business!
Part of the reason

Paintsville, KY

#10 Apr 1, 2012
Howdy wrote:
City Ordinance should also require all the streets
to be maintained....this little town has more potholes than there are craters on all of the
moon and we've not even seen the back side of it
yet! Oh sure, blame it on the tornado, but that
poor little thing is lucky it got out of here
without breaking a leg in one of those pot holes
as it crossed the little street in front of Pete's
place as it barreled across the Mountain Parkway!
Part of the reason that so many road are in such bad condition is that the former administration failed to complete papework necessary to get much of the blacktop that the state would have provided! You don't have to believe me...call the state transportation cabinet and ask for yourself!
Howdy

Hurley, VA

#11 Apr 1, 2012
Part of the reason wrote:
<quoted text>Part of the reason that so many road are in such bad condition is that the former administration failed to complete papework necessary to get much of the blacktop that the state would have provided! You don't have to believe me...call the state transportation cabinet and ask for yourself!
Didn't say I didn't believe you and I didn't say the present
powers that be is to blame either...I can remember a ways back
since I spent most all of my sixty-eight years on this earth
right here in dear Ole Salyersville...every administration I can
remember never found enough money to repair the streets or much
else in the city or county...but most of them found a way to
drive fancy cars and build nice homes!
IMO

Louisa, KY

#12 Apr 1, 2012
I am all for some type of zoning to keep the slumlords like Poor Boy and Ballard Slone from ruining our town worse than what it is!! And for the record, Doc likes the slum lords cause that is the ones he buys votes from. Just look at Harlow Backs trailer courts!!
Finger

Betsy Layne, KY

#13 Apr 1, 2012
Howdy wrote:
<quoted text>
Didn't say I didn't believe you and I didn't say the present
powers that be is to blame either...I can remember a ways back
since I spent most all of my sixty-eight years on this earth
right here in dear Ole Salyersville...every administration I can
remember never found enough money to repair the streets or much
else in the city or county...but most of them found a way to
drive fancy cars and build nice homes!
Now there you go blaming a poor excuse for an administration on the previous one. Hell you've had almost a year now to fix them holes and do a lot more stuff but I don't see anything geting done but finger pointing. Well I got a finger to point at you!! LOL A little humor never hurt anyone. I fill sorry for the poor people that doesn't have a place to live and no car to get to town. Now their chances of finding a place here in town has just gotten slimer.. Sad it is..:(
Finger

Betsy Layne, KY

#14 Apr 1, 2012
Part of the reason wrote:
<quoted text>Part of the reason that so many road are in such bad condition is that the former administration failed to complete papework necessary to get much of the blacktop that the state would have provided! You don't have to believe me...call the state transportation cabinet and ask for yourself!
I replied to the wrong post. I didn't have my glasses on.
Now there you go blaming a poor excuse for an administration on the previous one. Hell you've had almost a year now to fix them holes and do a lot more stuff but I don't see anything geting done but finger pointing. Well I got a finger to point at you!! LOL A little humor never hurt anyone. I fill sorry for the poor people that doesn't have a place to live and no car to get to town. Now their chances of finding a place here in town has just gotten slimer. Sad it is.:(
Howdy

Hurley, VA

#15 Apr 1, 2012
Finger wrote:
<quoted text>
I replied to the wrong post. I didn't have my glasses on.
Now there you go blaming a poor excuse for an administration on the previous one. Hell you've had almost a year now to fix them holes and do a lot more stuff but I don't see anything geting done but finger pointing. Well I got a finger to point at you!! LOL A little humor never hurt anyone. I fill sorry for the poor people that doesn't have a place to live and no car to get to town. Now their chances of finding a place here in town has just gotten slimer. Sad it is.:(
So my post was the wrong post...right? Thank goodness for
that because for a moment, I thought you were calling me
'LOLA" and I was thinking,'..what in the world is that
person talking about..', then when you put it back on, I saw
you had forgotten to space as you started another sentence...
you explained it though, you didn't have your glasses on! For
those people who have a place to lay their heads down of a
night and the storm didn't displace them, they should keep their
traps shut until places more suiting can be found for those who
lost so much. No one is asking them for anything and I wonder
if it would do any good if they did. I live on Rt. 40 East and
the storm never did me any damage, but I brought in two families
that needed help to get back on their feet. When the snow fell
a few days after the tornado, we were all warm and dry with a
full meal to sleep on those nights! Thank the Good Lord I was
able to help!
Finger

Betsy Layne, KY

#16 Apr 1, 2012
Howdy wrote:
<quoted text>
So my post was the wrong post...right? Thank goodness for
that because for a moment, I thought you were calling me
'LOLA" and I was thinking,'..what in the world is that
person talking about..', then when you put it back on, I saw
you had forgotten to space as you started another sentence...
you explained it though, you didn't have your glasses on! For
those people who have a place to lay their heads down of a
night and the storm didn't displace them, they should keep their
traps shut until places more suiting can be found for those who
lost so much. No one is asking them for anything and I wonder
if it would do any good if they did. I live on Rt. 40 East and
the storm never did me any damage, but I brought in two families
that needed help to get back on their feet. When the snow fell
a few days after the tornado, we were all warm and dry with a
full meal to sleep on those nights! Thank the Good Lord I was
able to help!
Good reply Howdy. I actually enjoyed reading your post.
so true

Salyersville, KY

#17 Apr 1, 2012
Finger wrote:
<quoted text>
Good reply Howdy. I actually enjoyed reading your post.
Me too...
Why

Louisa, KY

#18 Apr 1, 2012
If they are so concerned about the city not looking like a trash pile, then they need to clean up the trash pile that beside the road going to the high school. Our children see that miss each and everyday. They are not going to be able to get the proper zoning permits because they will be unable to zone commercial and residential. There are to many businesses and residential properties side by side. If they are so set against one certain person putting in a trashy trailer lot then they should stop them from getting a trailer lot permit. They are not easy to come by, it can take over 1 year to get one approved. I know that our community is not the richest one, and many did not have insurance and if they did not enough so why do these people need to get a fema loan that they have to pay back just to purchase something new to satisfy big brother.
explanation please

Paintsville, KY

#19 Apr 1, 2012
Why wrote:
If they are so concerned about the city not looking like a trash pile, then they need to clean up the trash pile that beside the road going to the high school. Our children see that miss each and everyday. They are not going to be able to get the proper zoning permits because they will be unable to zone commercial and residential. There are to many businesses and residential properties side by side. If they are so set against one certain person putting in a trashy trailer lot then they should stop them from getting a trailer lot permit. They are not easy to come by, it can take over 1 year to get one approved. I know that our community is not the richest one, and many did not have insurance and if they did not enough so why do these people need to get a fema loan that they have to pay back just to purchase something new to satisfy big brother.
What trash pile beside the "road to the high school" are you talking about? There's NOTHING THERE! The tornado destroyed the old dish shop and beauty shop and the bull dozers and dump trucks took it all away last week....all that is there is a nice clean bare dirt hill that is supposed to he hydroseeded this week! Maybe you need to come from Ohio and get some updates....you're old news!
The Watchman

Louisa, KY

#20 Apr 1, 2012
Poor folks just don't have a chance with all the prissy people in the world. New Orleans city council drove their poor folks out with those types of rules after Katrina.
I knew this would happen, no one really cares for the less fortunate and this just proves it.
And then some wonder why there are homeless folks, its not their fault, they might be able to afford an older mobile home but because a few prissy pusses think it will make land look bad (that the prissy pusses don't even own) they just zone the less fortunate folks out and into the streets.
So much for love and compassion of your neighbors all you high and mighty head up in the air types, but guess what, we all have one final destination and we will be judged, not by the home we live in or the car we drive, but one major issue in our judgement will be this test: Did we love our neighbor?

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