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Commonwealth Ave Bridge needs weeding and a good cleanup!

By MissMoniker - 24 February 2010 22

I’ve lived in Canberra all my life and have noticed a gradual decline over some years in the processes that used to be in place to keep our fair city looking pretty as a picture. I live in South Canberra and work in Civic, so every weekday morning involves the delightfully short commute into town across Commonwealth Avenue Bridge. Has anyone else noticed the piles of crap accumulating along the inside lane edge? And the meter-high weeds growing in the gaps of the pavers in the middle of the bridge?! It looks bloody awful. My two cents worth.

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georgesgenitals 8:50 pm 06 Mar 10

Ryan said :

Call Cam and Lisa, they were all over the Window Washers story this morning like stink on a monkey. Riot ACT even managed an on-air reference with that one.

Speaking of monkeys, is anything going to be done about the window washing vermin?

dzasta 3:20 pm 06 Mar 10

Inicio Hi,
You ask if Canberra is ‘a festering pit of frustration’,(post #17)
You can detect a bit of despair here about the failure of local authorities to see to the housekeepng, but…

If you go to the thread on Cycle Paths you will find a poster there who goes under the name of Walk The Talk. In his posts to an Inicio (and a Padnil) you can see (sort of) that he or she is ‘festering’ with rage. I would not be in their shoes if he or she came face to face with them. You can almost feel the heat coming out of Walk The Talk’s posts.

Having read Walk the Talks posts I can understand why they say what they say.

Are you that Inicio?

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