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home | What Were They Thinking | We Dont Need No Stinkin Curb Cut
 

We Don't Need No Stinkin' Curb Cut

Jody Shilan, Editor
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I can only attribute this to the quick thinking and careful planning of the local municipality.  Faced with a difficult decision of how to deal with this misaligned curb cut at a local elementary school, the"powers that be" decided that an inexpensive yet creative solution was in order.  Why spend money on a costly handicap accessible crosswalk for the kid when a can of paint and some asphalt patch will do the trick.

 



 



 

 

 

 




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