"A status quo is unacceptable at this stage," Grifoni said. "We have to remember that minor repairs [...] for a lot of people they can be done," Grifoni said. "But when you get to bigger numbers, if you have to replace a significant portion of your sidewalk, that can get easily up to or over $10,000 or $15,000."
"It just seems un-American that this property that the city owns, you are required to maintain and you are required to replace in full," Grifoni said. "When you write that $15,000 check for a piece of property that isn't yours it's a tough pill to swallow for a lot of folks." - Read more here: Marco Eagle, 10/17/19