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Re: “GSU wants to demolish historic Bell Building; tentative plan calls for temporary parking lot

Streetcar is literally right there. What a bunch of jackasses. (no offense oydave)

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Posted by TheRealJayTribby on 08/18/2015 at 8:33 PM

Re: “Why we blocked the Downtown Connector

Keep it legal. Stay off the highway.

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Posted by TheRealJayTribby on 11/19/2014 at 6:27 PM

Re: “Bye bye, bad development along the Beltline?

Forgot to mention the $4,000 million they need to add for the kickback infused Streetcar element of the Beltline. That couldn't possibly raise the taxes to a point where we get priced out of our neighborhoods. Atlanta was fun while it lasted.

3 likes, 18 dislikes
Posted by TheRealJayTribby on 11/19/2014 at 6:22 PM

Re: “Beltline Westside Trail brings anticipation, concerns about displacement

Forgot to mention that $1,469 1bedroom/1 Bath is 655 square feet.

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Posted by TheRealJayTribby on 11/10/2014 at 10:06 PM

Re: “Beltline Westside Trail brings anticipation, concerns about displacement

Ryan Groveling wants 3 Billion bucks to put down some 60 plus miles of Streetcar tracks on His Beltline. He wants the tax payers to pay for it. Bad news is Streetcars don't work. Seattle, Portland and Phoenix have all been suckered and we're next unless we stand up and have our voices heard.

My property taxes have gone up 600% in one year. And that is not a typo. Neighborhood is scarier than before with plastic surgery Botox-ed bimbos with faces so stretched so tight they can't even see out of their eyes, on every corner. WTF?

Who are these people and how can we get them back on the first no class, oneway luxury SUV Hybrid going OTP??? Seriously.

Popped collars and hair plugs? What has happened to the O4W? Atlanta? Go back to Cobb County and take your sell out Braves along with you.

The 3 Billion that Groveling will go directly to pay for the hair plugs, the Botox, luxury hybrids and private schools for their overmedicated children. What about our schools? Our kids? Just raise the taxes until all the locals have to move. It's happening now!

The saddest joke of all is when the Beltline people talk about bringing "affordable" housing. In the very fine print "Affordable"= $1,469/month 1 bedroom/1 bath apt at Ponce City Market!!!!!
Yes, I'll take two!!! SOOOOOOOOOOO, Affordable.

Con-arts every last one.

Below are links documenting the current streetcar cons going on in other parts of the country.……

5 likes, 19 dislikes
Posted by TheRealJayTribby on 11/10/2014 at 9:41 PM

Re: “Wanted: City Hall's next transportation boss - and maybe even a chief bicycle officer

What good are bonds when city council members have bicycle lanes erased when their campaign contributors cry for more parking (Jackson St. north of Edgewood)?

What good are the bike lanes (that haven't been erased by Kwanza Hall) if the police not only DO NOT enforce cars being illegally parked in bike lane but actually park their police cars in the bike lane for personal business?

What good are the new bike lanes on Ponce when the city does not maintain or keep them free of hazardous debris?

Serious candidates must be willing to look the other way when pedestrian and cyclist safety concerns conflict with campaign contributors financial interests... as long as ABC gets some money for streets alive.

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Posted by TheRealJayTribby on 03/03/2014 at 3:53 PM

Re: “Old Fourth Ward parking lot conflict lingers, heads to City Hall (Update)

My boss is the best. He let's me watch old cartoon episodes of "Pinky and the Brain" for inspiration. He says it will help me hatch new schemes on how to thwart district progress so that ultimately, WE CAN TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!!!!!! (insert maniacal laugh)

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Posted by TheRealJayTribby on 11/17/2013 at 12:55 PM

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