I am wondering why the city of East Liverpool was unable to clean the streets by Sunday this past week.
If you wanted to attend any church located on Fifth Street, Jefferson Street or the funeral home on Fifth Street you had better been prepared to park in the middle of the street or perhaps several miles away.
The city found only the time to make a path down the middle of the street. I feel there was no reason not to return later and clear the sides of the streets so people could park their cars safely and attend church or visit a loved one whom had passed. This seems to be a continued plan as not long ago one couldn't step at the curb for soggy, wet leaves.
The mayor should realize that pride starts within and if the city doesn't care why then should the residents. You always want levies but what are you giving in return?
This city is dirty and uncared for. Look at neighboring small towns and then you should be ashamed.