I can't believe the city poured concrete in the middle of 27th Street on Seawall Boulevard. Crews blocked the emergency lane with concrete. Now ambulances, fire trucks, police cars and the beach patrol will not be able to get through in heavy traffic in the summertime, not to mention ruining it for the Mardi Gras beach parades.

This needs to be corrected before there's a bad accident.

Who gave the city permission to take up three parking spaces on the south side of the street when there's a shortage of parking and the tourists are already starting to park in the neighborhood?

I would also like to know why they put the no parking signs on the north side of the seawall, eliminating more parking spaces from 26th to 39th streets along the seawall.

Bobo Conde 



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George Laiacona

Right on Bono ! I have been trying for years to get the city to take a closer look at the very successful crosswalk situation in Pagosa Springs Colorado. We have a time share there that I have been going to for the past 11 years, so I have been able to witness it’s success on a 6 lane highway that passes through the town.

Karen Sawyer

it is dangerous and stupid, for people that are to lazy to walk two blocks either way to a light where they could cross. I dont know if anything this city has ever done is more stupid than this.

Thomas Carpenter


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