Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Observed This Morning

If there was any doubt that the Galvan organization had taken control of 6 West Court Street, it was dispelled this morning, when a crew was spotted there, busy cutting down trees in the front yard.

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7 comments:

  1. He can't wait to get his hands on the original and appropriate slate and replace it with ugly black.

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  2. This house is in very sad shape. Miner never spent a dime on the upkeep. He used it! This is the case for all the run down property in Hudson. The original owners ran them into the ground and are never mentioned. The undistinguished vegetation removed today will only contribute to the health of the refurbished property. This is just more criticism being heaped on Galloway from people that never renovated anything.

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  3. your total lack of observation notwithstanding,
    whatever you're getting paid, it isn't enough.

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    1. Your so positive ignorant assumption of payment says more about you than me. You don't know me nor know that to be true. I just don't belong to the herd that constantly finds fault with anything Galloway does.

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  4. doesnt matter does it, because your contrarianism is fallaciously self aggrandizing isnt it? but hey, dont observe the evidence, just hold the line on ‘the herd’.

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    1. What's evident to me is you're some kind of clueless twit, that never built anything and persist in showing your ignorance.

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  5. Galvan also removed the trees on the property at Fifth and Prospect (Prospect side). . .It looks so bare....

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