I can’t imagine what the view is going to be once the building(s) are complete. I believe a lot of people will be surprised. Not the good kind of surprised.
As I said before, it looks to me that the work that is being done at the waterfront pit is being done by the City of Thunder Bay. Paid for by our hard earned tax dollars. I also believe that the City of Thunder Bay and the developers agreed to not release any details about […]
So why did it go from empty to full in one day? Well, I believe I have a good idea. Below is a photo from Nov. 15 showing the water being pumped into north end of the excavation. The water then drains out the bottom right of the photo. Through the rock fill. On Nov […]
Work continues. Once they are complete, the area will look like it did before only flatter. I wonder how much this is costing us taxpayers? Then there’s this. A concrete slab/footing of some sort built south of Pier 2 entrance. A base for a sign? Not sure. Any ideas?
I wonder what the cracking is about? Maybe they got the cold cranked up to 11 so the water will freeze before more leaves fall onto the surface? Just think. Every year, the trees will grow bigger. More leaves. Is this as good as it gets?
Back in mid May, city workers were getting the new park ready for the public. One of the things that was done was open up the newly installed taps and let the water flow. Let it flow to clean out the pipes? Whatever the reason, water poured onto the ground for quite a while. […]
The trees will only get bigger. Bigger trees have more leaves. Katherine Dugmore mentioned Brook Mcilroy’s attention to detail in the design of this waterfont development as being key to the success of Prince Arthur’s Landing. Not sure about this. Still think giant beach umbrellas might have been the way to go. Kinds of defeats […]
Its for our own good Thunder Bay. Saving money the old fashioned way. By spending it. Some excavation work happening today at PAL. It looks like they are constructing a concrete base for a sign? Another piece of art? Who knows? I wonder how much this is costing us taxpayers. Luckily, Paul Fayrick, Manager […]
City Park’s Manager Paul Fayrick said they didn’t set out to reduce services but look at improving the ice conditions as well as saving the city money. – Tbnewswatch, November 06, 2012 Full article here So why is Mr. Fayrick so eager to save the city money? Could it be that the Parks Department’s cash […]
Work is proceeding. See here for back story. They are now dumping the waste rock fill in this area. The arrows show two piles that are visible from the road. Out of sight, out of mind. We paid for this material. We paid for the placement of this material. Are we now paying for its […]