It has been a very long time since I posted anything.
I have moved out of Stamford, but i still follow the things going on and visit once in a while.
Stamford is a strange little town, that calls itself a city and that is probably its biggest problem, it is not a city, it is a town.
I have been listening to all the activity concerning the Scofield situation and have reached a conclusion.
I'm not an environmentally aware person, so I get lost in that part of the debate, but I think the debate is more economic than anything any way.
The big problem is that the people who live "North of the parkway" have homes that are valued very high.
Instead of taxation with out representation, their cry is taxation without services!
And that is what the source of all the issues are, they want some city service for all the taxes that they pay and water is a really good start.
This has been the cry of the "North of the parkway" people for some time, but they think they have more clout now.
This is the problem with this little town that supports all the big corporations on the homeowners tax dollar.
Change that and things might be different, but for now they have a rallying cry!
"It's the city's fault!"
rewriting the end of the story
2 weeks ago