Monday, December 7, 2009

Revisiting the Promises (You can't go back home)

[QUOTE]Here's what the airport said in the 4/30 NH article. I wonder where those "experts" were last week. A team of almost 20 top construction and engineering officials hammered out the final version of a plan designed to prevent another uncontrolled stormwater runoff, which followed a series of storms last month that dumped as much as 20 inches of rain across the region. Under the watchful eye of Airport Authority Chairman Joe Tannehill, senior project manager Roy Willett vowed to correct any problems and usher in a new spirit of tight coordination between construction teams and transparency with the DEP and public. Here's what we got now. That worked well.
Posted by asterisque[/QUOTE]

A violator always says the expedient thing that will get the current heat off. Nobody remembers the promises, and the "problem" will just be another opportunity to PROMISE BIGGER when it returns. Its the old saw: all publicity is good publicity. Next time they'll promise to restore MORE THAN EVERYTHING at no cost to taxpayers (and don't forget: we got Southwest, so anything is possible).

in reference to: The News Herald (view on Google Sidewiki)

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