Somerville News Weekly Speakup Line: Resident’s Concerns Over “SOMERVILLE ORDERS ALL GENERAL CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS TO CEASE”

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Dear Billy T and Somerville News Weekly Speakup Line,

Schools, parks, libraries, city hall, etc all closed to minimize the transfer.
Lets not worry about 400 workers descending into Somerville. Where is the common sense these men and woman are jeopardizing themselves their families and our local businesses.
What’s a couple of weeks of downtime to ensue we all remain safe and will live to go back to work without compromising everyone else’s safety.
The project is already over budget and behind schedule, the real loss will be to the taxpayers in Somerville
The saving grace the bike repair shops will remain open throughout this emergency situation. You know just like the geniuses making all the decisions do not know how to fix their bikes.

John

One thought on “Somerville News Weekly Speakup Line: Resident’s Concerns Over “SOMERVILLE ORDERS ALL GENERAL CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS TO CEASE””

  1. Where are the enforcers the hammers were pounding yesterday in many neighborhoods throughout Somerville.

    Since we are not street sweeping, giving trash barrel citations or operating at full capacity lets get our there and ensure the safety of the citizens of Somerville.

    Start checking some of the establishments that are operating to ensure the customer’s safety. We have supermarket workers with no protection, store operators wearing the same gloves all day handling money and food.

    Get out there and educate people what is needed to protect everyone during this crisis every positive and safe measure taken protects more of us.

    Somerville is not leading the way today.

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