Comments for: Bangor requesting plans for downtown signs

Posted March 21, 2012, at 8:51 p.m.

BANGOR | Bangor Councilor Pat Blanchette has long been frustrated by Bangor’s downtown signs, so much so that she has a stock answer when asked directions. “I see people driving around town asking, ‘How the hell do you get there?’ I just look at them and say, ‘You can’t …

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  • Anonymous

    It’s almost as though Andy Neff is sucking up to Cary Weston, with his constant (inaccurate) offhand references to Weston as mayor.

    Altogether now: Bangor does NOT have a mayor!

    • Anonymous

      It is almost as though you have some sort of obsession of pointing that out every time it is used in an article.  Have your comments caused one bit of change?  I dare venture not.  Sometimes we need to just let things go.

      • Anonymous

        Somebody needs to keep the journalists in check. I noticed the paper has yet to publish a correction to the erroneus reporting in Saturday’s paper that small claims court defendants can be arrested if they fail to show for trial. Despite the statement being patently false, and despite a link to the judiciary’s small claims court guide, the paper hasn’t seen fit to correct itself.

        If you can’t get the little, easily verifiable details right, what else are you not getting right?

        “Accuracy, accuracy, accuracy!” — Joseph Pulitzer

        • Have you emailed the writer and/or editor? I doubt they read through all the comments posted on articles.

  • Anonymous

    New signs will be a good first step. The biggest step to end downtown confusion, though, would be to allow traffic to move in either direction on the short one-way section of  Hammond Street.  Having to go up Harlow and around on Central seems to make no sense…

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