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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Our Evidence Proves Maryland Leaders Are A Bunch Of Idiots


21 comments:

Anonymous said...

I saw that Tuesday. That problem is going to come back and haunt public works. On that end in the north bound lane they covered up 6 manhole covers.

Anonymous said...

This pavement not only covers up and makes the storm water system inaccessible for repairs and cleanup, but is covering the gas valves that would need to be closed in case of a gas leak, fire hydrant valves in case one were to be hit by traffic, and all the utilities under the road. A clogged drain during a major rain event could result in more collateral damage and flood entire neighborhoods. An inaccessible gas leak means you can't just fire up a jackhammer to find the valve without risk of explosion. An under road leak of any kind would shut down utilities in the entire half of town!

This has to be so illegal on so many levels it's seriously NOT FUNNY.

Standards are set in place for reasons of PUBLIC SAFETY and this complete disregard for the people of Salisbury is completely out of line.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps someone should contact the Public Works Department and find out if the manhole access covers have been rendered obsolete by improvements in the drainage system, before assuming that the pavers (or leaders) are idiots.

Anonymous said...

It's obvious that the manhole covers are no longer necessary to access the drainage system. They have just been tearing up the suspensions on automobiles for years. The paving job is a major improvement to the road surface.

Anonymous said...

I am so glad the man hole covers are gone.
I assume of course, they were supposed to be covered.

Why would we assume differently?

Anonymous said...

No, the storm water pipes below are active and have not been replaced. Neither have any of the other utilities under there. All are currently inaccessible should any problems arise.

9:46A

Anonymous said...

Shovel ready jobs folks

Anonymous said...

Obsolete, or not, they are easy to find and expose for access, if need be. All they need is a magnet.

Anonymous said...

1244
A magnet?

That is a joke.

Right?

Anonymous said...

Call inspector Gadget.
Maybe he has a magnet.

Anonymous said...

You can say it anyway you want the leaders in this area are IDIOTS

Anonymous said...

Call captain Day he'll be able to find it with all his Calvary training

Anonymous said...

Anyone called to ask rather than speculate? It's clear some of you could use some facts. I bet not one of those lids has been pulled in 10 years... I'm sure there won't be a run on the need to for s short period of time. As one person wrote.... If the need arises, it won't be that hard to get to one.

Anonymous said...

12:52: Its only a joke if you can't figure it out. Pass a magnet over a metal object and it will be drawn to the object. Duh. The magnet is the locator of an unseen metal object under the pavement. I am surprised that you don't understand how a magnet works. Actually, even elementary school kids know that.

Now for the other explanation that you will need for understanding; once located, all that needs to be done for access is to remove only the pavement covering the manhole cover, & repair when done (small patch). Again, duh.

But, I'm pretty sure (not positive) that the manholes are obsolete, and is the reason they are being paved over. The pavement is certainly a huge improvement over the previous condition of the roadway.

Anonymous said...

9:46: You don't have a clue about what you are talking about! There is not enough space to explain how many levels of wrong information are in your comment.

Anonymous said...

2:57, My information is from the mouth of an SHA supervisor on site during the work. Was that you I spoke with?

BUSTED?

9:46.

Anonymous said...

3:08: "Busted" by anonymous, I don't think so. You're full of it. You are just reinforcing the fact you are making stuff up with your latest comment. You have no clue what's under there, who the so-called SHA supervisor is, or what laws are allegedly being broken.

Give us a break, armchair engineer.

Anonymous said...

3:08: The only one busted is you.

Anonymous said...

Mis-management and incompetence to the Nth degree.

Anonymous said...

I have never seen so much growth than I seen from a trip down RT 1 from Dover to Fenwick.Maryland has went downhill with it's regulations and taxation and only get worse from here.

Anonymous said...

They sure are. Has anyone ever seen their qualifications? I think our old governor hired them for their vote. I want to also note tomorrow how many are wearing correction glasses. We all hope this new road lasts longer than the last one. Please on it.