I have only one question when it comes to the desirability of the latest proposed new subdivision.
How does this impact the overall city budget for road maintenance?
Living in the Bowl area and frustrated beyond belief by the driving game of "dodge 'em ball" that I must endure daily, I have to question the planning vision when it comes to creating new roads for developments that don't particularly seem necessary. Aside from profits for the developer that is.
I may be quite in error when it comes to cause and effect, but as our city has sprawled so too has our infrastructure suffered.
As I wait for my budget to allow me to fix the present damage a pot hole has done to my vehicle, I definitely feel somewhat curmudgeonly at the prospect of tax rises to support yet another network of new residential roads while I bang around on the old ones.