In 2004, Village Hill Street taxpayers were promised that their street services were to be at "same level of service or better" than what the county provided prior to annexation into the city. Additionally, note how City Officials can be out of compliance with their own codes and ordinances that they created. The same ordinances they have used to take senior citizens to court, fined and liens placed on their properties for tall grass. How's that for being a leading example?
View this entire page to see the partiality and un-equal representation that has been allowed to exist under the leadership of a Mayor who was fired from his job as a banker (reason unknown) and a Pro Tem Mayor who filed for bankruptcy - these are the people in charge of your tax-dollars
In 2007, council members made excuses that they didn't know what criteria constituted a danger.
Dictionary.com - (dan·ger·ous [deyn-jer-uhs, deynj-ruhs] able or likely to cause physical injury.
Belton's "Best in Services" for Mrs. Easter
Mrs. Easter actually lives on the North side, the common denominator of her plight is that she is a Senior Citizen, like the following cases.
Sam Listi attempts to downplay responsibility...
"Every problem within the city limits is not the city’s obligation to fix" Sam Listi, 2008 Belton Journal
...however, the professionals set record straight on drainage:
"Drainage is a local issue." Thomas P. O'Connor, Environmental Engineer, U.S. Evironmental Protection Agency, Urban Watershed Management
Below: After the city removed two roads west of Mrs. Gunter's property, her property, flooding began, creating $10k damage.
City officials ignored Senior Citizen John Cast (West Ave J) for 20 years to stop water from draining off of city property.
NOTE: Many of the sidewalks pictured have ADA Corners installed. What is the purpose of having ADA corners if walkways are in these conditions?