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Carolyn Waring April 23, 2014 at 01:41 PM
Did the community have any input about the scheduling of this event? If not, we should have. Easter Read Moreis a major holiday. Our roads were already busy with families going to church and visitors from over the hill. 'Someone' from the City must have given approval for this. It's unfortunate that they're not keeping the interests of the locals in mind.
Anne Martin April 23, 2014 at 09:09 PM
Today's HMB REview had a front page story about the traffic snarls caused by the triathalon. Read MoreAppare ntly the Mayor approved it and someone in the HMB city hall signed off on the permit. According to the article the Harbor and County also granted permits. I've called the town hall and the organizer of the event to request that they have the decency not to schedule such an event in HMB on Easter Sunday morning again. I suggest that those in the community who share this view let city hall and the harbor district know that they don't want to see any events like this scheduled for Easter Sunday morning. They can have every other Sunday of the year for their events.
Keith Gress April 16, 2014 at 05:20 PM
With all due respect, moving the firehouse to the top of the hill on Bean Hollow Road does not seem Read Morelike the best fit given the current access. Moving large fire equipment up and down the existing road seems like it would slow response times. I agree that the firefighters should be moved to a more appropriate location. I am certain the firefighters know what would work best. The new location hopefully will not require them to sandbag their facility or drive through the flood waters to respond to emergencies in population centers to the east of the creek.