Can this be excused or somehow be explained away?
We deserve better
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Bird SHelter with attendant droppings. Since the City is no better at cleaning this up than glass on streets,
The City will remedy the lack of Sun Metro’s facilities maintenance by awarding the new management contract to the same private management team taking care of things now. You should have seen how tall the weeds were at the Five Points Transfer Center.
there is no sign telling the birds not to camp here.
Brutus, l believe you just discovered the perfect place where City Council can conduct future “executive session” meetings. l don’t need this to be liked because Brutus made this one too darn easy. Give me something tougher next time.
The city could do a $500,000 study to find out why birds poop on bus shelters.
Birds typically only poop at that level when a structure is abandoned. Says a lot about ridership on that section of the route.
It’s God’s way of telling the City that Brio is a shi**y idea and a waste of money. It’s also his way of telling us not to wait on the bus.
If you’re trying to figure out Brutus’s identity, watch for a guy with bird poop on the seat of his pants.
Can someone tell us where this specific stop is and how long ago the photo was taken?
Across from Las Palmas hospital.
Saturday, May 11, 2019.
I wonder if Sun Metro is maintaining (or not) these shelters or if it is being outsourced to a contractor.
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