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WSS Roads

Lewisburg, WV

#1 Jan 28, 2012
Okay town of WSS......you owe me $248.06 for a new rim for my car thanks to the unaceptable conditions of our roads due to installing new water lines so late in the year that you could not pave over your mess......
agree

United States

#2 Jan 28, 2012
i have two cars, and i have had to replace more tires in the last three months then i have in three years!
Sorry

United States

#3 Jan 29, 2012
Not important for the citizens to have safe roads, I would venture to guess though that the town will be all spiffed up by July for JJ's big golf tourney!

This town looks like a war zone. That in conjunction with the closing of the bridge on Montague Drive, doubles the traffic through the side streets.

Sometimes I wonder WHO makes these unrealistic decisions....So much for intellegent community planning.:)
oh yes

United States

#4 Feb 10, 2012
My tires are shit, thanks to all the shit they are doing to the roads in spa. I have broken belts in my tires, and they are brand new. They are low profile tires, so they aren't cheap.
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wss resi

Lewisburg, WV

#5 Feb 10, 2012
I hit a hole in the middle of the road where the dug the road up and popped a belt in my tire. I hate this city.
Lincoln

Prince George, VA

#6 Feb 10, 2012
wss resi wrote:
I hit a hole in the middle of the road where the dug the road up and popped a belt in my tire. I hate this city.
Next time get road hazard insurance.
Local

United States

#7 Feb 10, 2012
If you turn something petty into your insurance, you are only raising your rates, so you end up overpaying for the tires. They should be prepared to fix things before they tear them up!
Now Now Jason

Princeton, WV

#8 Feb 10, 2012
wss resi wrote:
I hit a hole in the middle of the road where the dug the road up and popped a belt in my tire. I hate this city.
Then learn to drive or move! End of story!
mexicali

Saint Albans, WV

#9 Feb 10, 2012
always someone bitching about progress
Speed Bump

Pearisburg, VA

#10 Feb 10, 2012
Slow down and the potholes won't hurt your car!
The Jester

Bergen, NY

#11 Feb 10, 2012
You know what else makes me mad? When my gun commits murders, my pencil makes spelling mistakes and those damn pot holes move right under my tire and cause damage.

Last I checked you are the one with a right foot and the ability to control your speed and approach angle to these pot holes. While yes, they are an inconvenience, they are a byproduct of the town attempting to make things better in the long run.
WSS Roads

Lewisburg, WV

#12 Feb 11, 2012
Lincoln wrote:
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Next time get road hazard insurance.
I had the road hazard insurance but it does not cover the rim if the tire is not damaged.
Speed Bump

United States

#13 Feb 11, 2012
WSS Roads wrote:
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I had the road hazard insurance but it does not cover the rim if the tire is not damaged.
Slow down, there is your road hazard insurance that covers everything.
wss resi

Lewisburg, WV

#14 Feb 11, 2012
I was going less than the speed limit. The rain had washed a huge pot hole that was not there the day before. Funny how its easy for everyone to point a finger.
Michelin Man

United States

#15 Feb 11, 2012
wss resi wrote:
I was going less than the speed limit. The rain had washed a huge pot hole that was not there the day before. Funny how its easy for everyone to point a finger.
Then you had a shitty rim to begin with.
Ja2it

Lewisburg, WV

#16 Feb 11, 2012
If the city had contracted with a local company, like Lynch's Construction, the water project would have already been finished and we would be driving on nice newly paved (not cold patched) roads!!!! It takes some a lonnggg time to realize "stay with your local companies"!!! Sometimes it may be a few more dollars, but you get what you pay for!!!!
weliveinawarzone

United States

#17 Feb 12, 2012
Poor planning is what it was...Any other city would pave when the work on that section was completed, not dig up the whole damn town and omit the clean up the mess created. I am sure in my heart though that all the streets required by the Greenbrier to access the hotel will be completed before the season resumes. The unimportant side streets not viewable for the guests will be the last completed. Hopefully the new mayor will address this as soon as paving can commence.
Common Sense

Ogden, AR

#18 Feb 12, 2012
I don't like to navigate the pot holes and rough road but you have to make a mess when you remodel something. I'm pretty sure everyone hated the water more than they now do the roads. It took a long time to get those new lines in, I don't know why they didn't start earlier but there may have been a good reason.It's really going to be nice when it's finished, we still have to put up with and work around the paving crews. I'm guessing again but its possable it would have cost the town much more to do just one section at a time. It's really bad now but two good things will come from it. Better water with more pressure and nice streets, all freshly paved
wss resi

Lewisburg, WV

#19 Feb 12, 2012
My Rim is fine it is a belt in the tire.

Since: Jan 12

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#20 Feb 14, 2012
mexicali wrote:
always someone bitching about progress
WHAT is progress about not finishing the job they stared??remember all of you could get together and fire the clowns & perverts that you all let stay? don't they work for the voters? Just like city hall in Ronceverte they take all the tax money for them! the city employees!whats the newest and best building in that run down town? CITY HALL!!2 judges the family affair of the town cops a city planing dude that you have to beg if you want to put a dumpster at your house if you want to improve your place!!the firemen(i use the term MEN loosely)one of them goes to a house fire drunk!! with a smart mouth! muddy drinking water while they run around in the tax payers trucks burning free gas they wounder why they don't have any foot traffic there is no need to go there !they put that hot shot cop at the bottom of the hill to try and take your money for the city!I tried to rent one of the empty buildings they were painting (the city)owns given to them they wanted 9,000.00$a month! so that's why there's no foot traffic in that town or for that mater not much of anything but empty buildings again! there a lot more but no one cares SO don't forget to thank your city mangers in both towns

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