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Re: dogs/rain....drought

Oh my Pam....this is a first.  I thought all of Texas is being torn up  and 
redone.  You can't go anywhere from Lousianna to San Antonio and  probably 
beyond without hitting one construction site after another on the  roads.  It's 
terrible.  Every highway and road in Houston has  construction, and everyone in 
San Antonio too.  From what I hear, Austin is  the same.
I-10 and I-35 are two long 500 mile construction sites.   Haven't been west 
of SA in a while, so don't know what it is like there, but I"m  sure it is just 
as bad.  Thought for sure, since they are working on  perfectly good roads, 
that they would have fixed the bad ones first.  
Apparently Gov. Perry is the one behind all this....money to burn and wants  
to burn it on road work.  
In a message dated 11/30/2005 11:02:28 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Plans?  These yahoos don't have any plans.  Plus the city is  broke.  You
should see the roads except for the main drag that I live  on.  They dig them
up to fix sewers, water leaks whatever and just  throw fill dirt and gravel
in, they don't even re-pave them anymore.   We've got 31 % retired, 20 % (or
better ) on welfare and the rest of us are  footing the bill.  Unbelievable.

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