by gallupjourney |
Tags: city, code, gallup, weeds
This is a very informative video. I like it.
If only the city cared come on gallup u wonder y the people don’t want to stop and visit gallup cuz it looks like trash it only takes a sec to pick up trash
This video strikes me as being an expression of CVD’s passion for improvement in our community. I hear it as a call to the citizenry of Gallup to improve our community’s ethic. It’s good that he is taking the time and effort to thoughtfully learn the governmental process that applies to this issue and to share it with us in this way.
Part I was very informative as to the actual ordinances of the town. Part II needs to focus on how to influence change. Yes, voting of course, but what now? As in, right now?
I think this poses a bigger question: What motivates community pride? What drives/pushes/inspires/motivates some communities to continually improve and others to remain stagnate?
its the lazyness of the people there. it’s just sad.
Well instead of pointing out the problem lets all work together and work on a solution. Like the people of Gallup should rally up and clean up the streets. Maybe once every couple of months. Just a suggestion.
People need higher standards and pride for there city. Clean it up people.
I agree everyone should care about thier home as well as thier community.A beautiful environment is essential for our harmony
as we begin &end each day.Oi
A good friend in Gallup tells me about the trashing of the roads and streets. Cops could add to the coffers of the city by writing tickets.
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