Bright, Sunny & Spacious

10/22/2010:

If the hole was a Real Estate Listing

How the Hoboken Street Collapse on Sinatra Drive (and stop calling it a sinkhole) would be described if it were a typical Real Estate listing in town.

Notice the new skylight they installed? Haha!

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3 Comments on "Bright, Sunny & Spacious"

truth1
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truth1

Margaret, you do great research! If only our pros (engineers, builders, developers and architects), would look at more of nature’s solutions to “mother nature’s powerful errosive actions on our man-made structures and shores. 😛

Margaret
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Knowing nothing about the Piers caving in is NOT true. The Toredo Mollusks were proven
to be destroying the wood, and I spoke at COUNCIL about it last May: (April research)
with documentation, on how fast they grow and natural solutions to keeping us safe.
I also mentioned the 149 year old sewer system and our section on 11th and how the
Flooding and sewer problems were addressed in this (the SECOND) ward….Washington and Hudson included…..and I kept the research, especially from Mr. Wolff and Mr.
Pocci of the North Hudson Sewage Authority.( and PICTURES)
ALL of this was sent to CITY HALL and a month later a form letter signed my Mayor
Zimmer said she was looking into my “proposal”……
and “examining” all proposals…KNOWING nothing was not the case….. 😆

greentea
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greentea

Anyone with access to an encyclopedia or the Internet can understand that damage caused by Teredo navalis (not “Toredo”) can be remediated through the replacement of timber piers by concrete, which addresses other structural deficiency issues in addition to the shipworms. So much for your “research”.[quote comment=”199126″]Knowing nothing about the Piers caving in is NOT true. The Toredo Mollusks were proven
to be destroying the wood, and I spoke at COUNCIL about it last May: (April research)
with documentation, on how fast they grow and natural solutions to keeping us safe.
I also mentioned the 149 year old sewer system and our section on 11th and how the
Flooding and sewer problems were addressed in this (the SECOND) ward….Washington and Hudson included…..and I kept the research, especially from Mr. Wolff and Mr.
Pocci of the North Hudson Sewage Authority.( and PICTURES)
ALL of this was sent to CITY HALL and a month later a form letter signed my Mayor
Zimmer said she was looking into my “proposal”……
and “examining” all proposals…KNOWING nothing was not the case….. [/quote]

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