WAY TO GO!!!
Looks like a job opening for ya... they need someone to do the tracking, you already have!
Good job with your advocacy, Arctic!
Great work. You should be given some sort of good citizen award.
Maybe Malloy can name you PS Man of the Year.
"If you're going to tell people the truth, you better make them laugh; otherwise they'll kill you."
- attributed to both George Bernard Shaw & Oscar Wilde
"I never clean up after my dogs, because I have trained them to run with me off leash while I ride my bike the wrong way on the sidewalk."
- LUCas Originally Posted by Dave L
How to start an argument online. (Or off line.)
1. Express an opinion.
The info's there! Start writing fines today!
IMO, there is no question that we wouldn't be reading about Mayor Nutter's Bandit sign plans today if it were not for ArticSplash.
Yes, we've all complained about them and some of us have even ripped them down. But no one--especially our city services- has ever taken the time to actually dig in, remove signs and identify the people behind this blight. Let alone establish a website dedicated to exposing this blight and the trashy "businesses" behind it all.
Lemko is another strong force behind this movement to improve the appearance of our neighborhoods. He's been at it forever!
Thank you both. Because of you, and many others involved, the Managing Director's office has gone on the record with plans to eradicate this blight in our neighborhoods.
If there are jobs to be created addressing this issue, the Managing Director's office should look no further than some of the members of this site.
To the Firefighters union and DC33-
"Show me the man you honor, and I will know what kind of man you are."
- Thomas Carlyle
To Mayor Nutter:
"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."
— Winston S. Churchill
This is a great example of how an individual can focus on an issue and make change happen. Great job Meat.
Psh, he just got lucky.
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So until I actually actually see some fines slapped on people's butts... it's not exactly a win.