Behold the aesthetic monstrosity of Summit Springs, coming soon to our low-density State Street corridor.


Team Gahan can’t install a crosswalk at Main and W. 1st, and then there’s this.

The fact that the area has already been timbered doesn’t bode well for New Albany rubber-stamp Redevelopment Commission …

… to give the project’s TIF road a thumbs-down, because of course all of it would have been arranged in the back corridors long before the rest of us knew anything.

You know, like an iceberg.

When the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal is finished, do you think the Hague would let us borrow it for a few months? Trust me, it won’t take long, and they can have it right back.

Hotel, development slated for State Street in New Albany; Redevelopment commission to consider request Tuesday, by Chris Morris (10 Reasons Why Clark County Rocks)

NEW ALBANY — The New Albany Redevelopment Commission will consider a request to construct a road in order for a new development, which would include a hotel, to be constructed on the land behind Burger King and next to Home Depot in the 2200 block of State Street.

New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan said the hotel being planned for the area is a Fairfield Inn and Suites. There would be other new development near the hotel which would likely include a medical facility and restaurants. He said the land was already approved for a Planned Unit Development.

Trees were cleared from the land recently in order to meet the state’s April 1 deadline, due to bat and bird nests.