Tuesday, June 2, 2015

“Fort Worth looks at new ways to deal with flooding”

That’s the title of the WFAA.com story, about which we all know is BS.

Mayor Betsy Price says an updated plan is overdue, as showcased by the past few weeks.

Fort Worth doesn’t look at fixing flooding issues, if you’ve been following along on the blog, you know, if Nothing is ever done, it just gets worse.

Mayor Price wants to help.  Wasn’t the 10 year old Trinity River Vision supposed to help?  Oh, wait, they are now Panther Island Pavillion.  Where you can float in the contaminated river, while you listen to Free concerts that YOU are paying for.

Remember the faces of this family, all but one died in the Wimberley flood.  Remember for when it happens again in Tarrant County.  It’s just a matter of time.

And just FYI Dallas, you are downstream…

Funny, just a few short years ago in another article on WFAA.com Price had this to say about the project to “take the levees down”.

Betsy Price, chairwoman of Streams and Valleys, a nonprofit that advocates for more recreational opportunities at the Trinity River, said this project will do much to bring people closer to the water.

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