DELUSIONAL!!!!<quoted text>Good luck with that! If you drove around Most of the village, you would'nt even know we had sandy here except for the broken tree stumps. We've had two storms since then that have serverly flooded the lowest lying areas over a period of two months,causing continual damage, bringing in more debris and hampering clean up. Some areas have stayed flooded that normally do not . The vast majority drain pretty well considering the changes to the barrier island. The village did a commendable job cleaning up, and the community came together to help the hardest hit. There are still lots of individuals who have big problems to solve and they are. And then there are the ones that want to blame their problems on someone else. The Village has'nt stopped cleaning up, but the window to throw out storm debris from your own property has closed and it will be up to people to remove the debris themselves.Thats what I am seeing.
TOB would still be picking up all the STORM debris, but not our village. The other way you can tell that Sandy hit is by the GIGANTIC PILES OF SHIT EVERYWHERE that the village refuses to remove. So yeah, good luck tax payer, Gary as head of the Dept of highway has spoken... and he has told us to "go F ourselves". Nice village!