ASK THE BORED: The incredible disappearing two-way street vote, but there’s a reason for it.


Last week it was reported that the Board of Works and Public Safety would vote today on HWC Engineering’s two-way streets proposal.

This is not the case, as the agenda below indicates, and the reason was explained after last evening’s public meeting at New Albany High School.

If you have personally observed speeding on Spring or Elm Street, Silver Hills resident Irv Stumler says you’re a liar.

4-2-3: City council scorecard from Monday’s public meeting on two-way streets.

The public meeting was a federal requirement, and the period for public comment extends until Monday, October 3. Consequently, the earliest BOW can give final approval is Tuesday, October 4.