And what’s the reply? Give us more money, most likely.
“Rec & Park seems under the impression that garbage cans somehow create litter. No, really: Since cans often overflow and people have a habit of leaving garbage on top of or just off the side of an empty can, a certain civic theory goes that cutting out the cans will in turn cut out the overall garbage. Admittedly, there is a certain logic to this, in the same way that chopping off your hands prevents arthritis.”
And here’s the Panhandle – this can is doing the work of three now:
(Perhaps for different reasons, IDK. But actually, I’m totally baffled as to why they removed ALL the garbage cans from Dolores Park either. Somehow this makes sense to the ppl inside RPD.)
RPD has all these plans to do things, but there’s nobody around to make it do the things it doesn’t feel excited about doing.
So who runs RPD? It’s Michael D. Brown, basically. So you can either say, “Brownie, you’re doing a heck of a job,” or not.
Brownie wants to build new bridges. Brownie doesn’t want to take care of the existing bridges he’s been made steward of…