Tales of The Classy Township Continue: Will Lower Merion Cite itself for 30" Grass on Township Owned Property?

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Gee Doug Cleland, for all the money you make, one would think you could get the grass cut on Lower Merion's own properties. But heck, you can't repair the potholes and ridges in the roads, so why would we expect anything different? I suggested before that Jane Dellheim cut the grass with her sharp tongue but I guess she was busy.

The amusing thing is if Lower Merion lived in another municipality they might have received a citation for a messy property by now.

The good thing is all the guests to Ardmore tomorrow for Clover Market can see what a First Class Township is really all about!!

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As township spending has increased and township salaries, particularly the township manager's salaries have increased, the quantity and quality of services has not increased.

Lower Merion has spent $9 million on expanding a library building which will have fewer books and which is over budget and behind schedule; another $15 million to upgrade 5 more Lower Merion libraries; Lower Merion has spent $900,000 to straighten intersection (making all our lives so much better), Lower Merion has fronted $5.7 million dollars for the ephemeral Solyndra-lite Dranoff Ardmore Transit Center Development (hey, multimillions need to eat, too) and can anyone of forget the $135,000 Bryn Mawr Bank Gateway Fountain which so lifts our spirits.

Cutting the grass? Repairing roads? Lower Merion's elected and educated elites, wise and virtuous,  have more important things to do than concern themselves wth the mundane and quotidian that affect rank and file citizen.

Maybe $275,000 isn't enough.

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I saw the lady who lives next to it weedwacking it today what a shame!

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This poster is posting a weird kind of spam... He's just extracting sentences from previous posts. Clever kind of bot, but what's the point?

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Probably to get around my filters.

Unfortunately for him, all spamming here ends with this:

 

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If you track that poster by clicking on his/her profile, it's a legit poster - at least from many previous poster.

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