While towns struggle with budgets, the federal government stimulates away. Funny (or not), we close our libraries for lack of funds, but there is plenty of money to redo already existing corner sidewalk ramps. I suppose there are few union workers in libraries, and perhaps stimulating our children is not all that important, they do have television after all.
No ill will intended, but I have yet to see a wheelchair go down one of those ramped crosswalks. It happens no doubt and is much appreciated I suspect, but where are our priorities, why aren’t the existing ramps sufficient for now?
The library lobby must have a small PAC.
Categories: Observations on life