Green Acres Syndrome

Posted Wednesday, August 1, 2007, at 7:59 PM
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  • The thing is, the town has grown tremendously, but many say that city leaders do not want it to...

    Which may explain the crowdedness of North Main, that is a traffic nightmare... You've got a county expanding very quickly...some business want to build here, but city officials keep them out. What sense does it make to keep some businesses at bay when expansion is inevitable. I mean, since Wal Mart built the huge Super Center, everything has picked up and moved that way.

    People forget that PLENTY of homes and factories still remain on the South side of town...

    The only problem with growth in Shelbyville is that every bit of it is taking place on ONE CONGESTED SIDE... why not expand on Madison Street, where a majoriy of it, enjoy a turning lane and enough red lights to accomodate high traffic volumes...

    After all the wonderful 'Celebration' is still on the less busy side of town now. Growth is going to happen, what makes it enjoyable is if the leaders are capable of accepting it.

    -- Posted by darrick_04 on Thu, Aug 2, 2007, at 10:35 AM
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