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Mels Ditties July 19, 2014 at 01:02 PM
I don't think that "Planning" is anywhere on their vocab list!....There wasRead Morepaving/sidewal ks/sewer work done up & down Canal Rd (b/w 347 & 83)...they closed roads with no warning, ie, you'd drive all the way down one of the side streets (typically to avoid the mess that has become 112 & 347) only to find no access to Canal and the only alternative was to turn around and head back to 112...I swear I have nightmares lined with those orange barrels!!..They are EVERYWHERE!!!....some days I think that they are selecting roads to work on based on the detour routes we've all discovered..."oh no!, they are cutting thru Wendy's to get to Jane to cut across to 112 PAST the construction & heading south, something MUST be done..quick, start paving work on Jane!".... I long for the day when this nightmare finally ends!!!!
Living in Brookhaven June 28, 2014 at 07:25 AM
I live across the street, he was found and taken back home by his mother. It must have taken aRead Morelit tle while to get back to the police, but all is well. I saw him playing in the side yard last night just before nightfall.
Living in Brookhaven June 28, 2014 at 07:46 AM
I also would like to point out that I noticed an overwhelming response to this incident by localRead Moreres idents. I was so happy to see hundreds of cars driving up and down local roads at low speeds obviously looking for this little boy. It was an excellent response by police and local residents.
Annie Gurl June 28, 2014 at 08:50 AM
Thanks a million for letting me know. So glad he was found and unharmed. I was driving throughRead Morewhe n the first police officer was stopped roadside, and the second pulled up. I didn't hear what happened until the alert hit my phone when I arrived at my destination. Since there was no activity when I came home, I was hoping it all played out favorably. Great news!
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