Construction workers have no respect for our village
I get a lot of complaints from people who are tired of living in a construction zone. First it was the never ending renovation of SW 27th Avenue and now it's the construction workers that have overtaken our village. For about a year or so, they were all over the Mayfair, while turning the shopping center into offices, even on weekend mornings, there were construction guys all over the place. Not that there's anything wrong with them, but it's just that you sort of want your home back; they're like guests who have overstayed their welcome.
Even weekend mornings can become an obstacle course, because the workers think they own the streets and they block traffic whenever they feel like it, but I think the main complaint I have been getting lately is the mess that the workers leave on 27th Avenue.
Look at these pictures, a mess. A reader sent them in. The street was newly renovated, the peanut was beautifully landscaped, and these pigs working on the new condos think nothing of throwing their crap on the ground.
I used to have a friend years ago who used to throw things out of the car window, his reasoning was that people get paid to clean the streets.
When? Where? I have never seen anyone cleaning the streets.
One time I was driving to Key Biscayne and these college guys in a truck next to me threw out a cup of soda or something on the street between our two cars at a red light. I was infuriated. I got out of my car, picked up the wet cup and threw it back in their truck window. I said, "You dropped something."
They were too shocked to beat me up so I got in my car and drove off.
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