So what is all this talk about Law Suits and roadway repairs? The way I understand it. There is a group of CV citizens that believe that the road resurfacing was done in a poor and unprofessional manner. Starting with the UCO Contract. This contract, that spent 4-5 Million dollars of the Villages money, was only 1 paragraph long.There was no guarantee required, there was no hold back until the job was finished, there was no involvement of a Profession Engineer to oversee the job, a attorney was not involved at all. Remember this was 5 Million Dollars of our money being spent!
If you, as a Village unit holder, are happy and content with the job we got, all paid in full by the way, you are a fooling yourself because we now have to do it all over again and pay for it again. The job was shoddy at best and we paid to much money for a job that has to be repeated now There are people in this Village that will not accept shoddy, cheap or make do or Lousy work. So they sue!.
And so Ligation raises its head and so Law Suits.
Here are some pictures of the results of this roadway job after one of our usual rains. What will happen in the rainy season, or in the hurricane season?
There is an annoying situation at Stafford K. Thanks to HS. All of this since there was no over-site on the Road Repairs.
For those of you that think that this is OK, I say to you
Are You Nuts?
Okay so now you have seen what the flooding looks like after the Road Repair, now take a look at the Roads today and the cracks that will force us to repair years early. Remember this is your money I am talking about.
Does any of this look like it was just resurfaced? And what do we think about those people that say "I am not interested in any of this?" Will their lack of interest still be alive after their UCO monthly bills rises $5-$10 a month to cover the cost of Roadway repair? And maybe the repair will be mandated by County rules?
I am sorry for the size of this post, but in order to be seen the photos had to be published extra large
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