Wednesday, September 03, 2014
Dapper suburban-derived orgasms ripple across the 3rd council district as 922 Culbertson is prepared for demolition.
Good heavens, where's that CCE truck going at 50 mph through a residential area?
Maybe it's heading here.
It's looking like the end game for 922 Culbertson. I'm so old, I can remember when CCE was public enemy number one, but alliances shift, and the company -- a prime beneficiary of all these swinging wrecker's balls -- was on site today prepping.
Jeff Gahan has to be feeling good about himself. He stood firm in his poker game with the Horseshoe Foundation, and now the aged lumber can fly.
Gahan's streets may be unsafe, and getting more so by the minute as he gazes steadfastly in the other direction, but by God and Warren Nash, Hizzoner can tear down buildings with the best of 'em. He doesn't know what to do with the vacant lots. All he knows is that suburbanites crave tidiness and order, not that repulsive density of the city.
Maybe he needs to be mayor of Mark Seabrook, instead.