Today happens to be the spring elections in Missouri. I’ll show up at my polling place, possibly before you read this.
Some of the pre-election literature dropping through my mail slot concerns water. Waste water. Sewage and storm water run off. Population growth. Urban sprawl. And aging infrastructure each has an influence on putting an item on the ballot.
After the polls close, I’ll listen to more words about water. A plan dealing with a local, very local, storm water problem has been developed. It’s time to go public before the first shovel re-contours the landscape. It is said that “knowledge is power”. It’s also useful to avoid complaints and increase cooperation.
My neighbors and I look forward to the end of Pond Patio.