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One factor to the increased use that was not mentioned in the story is our VA Medical Center property. They are using city water while replacing the water tower during construction of the new state nursing home. I wonder how much that affected the total usage for the month of June?
This is not a fix, only a temporary band aid. What really needs to happen with this intersection is the construction of an overpass and associated exit/on ramps. There will be an estimated 300 houses built on the north side of Hwy 12 in this area and the proposed State solution will not be adequate once this area is developed.
Humility. Try it some time.
Just like everything else you post on here Paco, you are WRONG again. My name is not Christopher, but I do have Christ like qualities.
chicoli-I challenge you to buy an AK-47 or any other firearm online without a background check. You claim that it is freaking easy, but you have never done it. Here is your chance to prove that the propaganda you have been reading is true.
Not sure what your point is grammy, that doesn't give the son carte blanche to do whatever he pleases.
Thank you Mr. McFarland! I navigate this intersection at least twice a day and compare the experience to a game of Russian Roulette. With the City of Walla Walla on the verge of allowing 200-300 new houses to be built in this immediate area, something needs to be done about this intersection sooner rather than later.
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