Sunday Citizen Survey A Weekly-ish Poll of Sometimes Important Issues Collect Them or Leave Them? We frequently hear requests to collect leaves raked to the curbside. As with most of our services, taking on leaf-collection would require us to rethink our priorities a little. Today, we ask if leaf-collection would be worth some tradeoffs. The... Continue Reading →
A Weekly(ish) Poll of Sometimes Important Issues ♫ Deck the Poles a Little Longer, Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la??? ♫ So we have received quite a few positive comments about the new snowflake decorations on our utility poles. Some folks have even asked whether we could keep them up another month! <sarcasm> Although taking down unwieldy decorations in... Continue Reading →
Using advanced exit polling (and no peeking whatsoever) the Buzz has determined that 155 votes have been cast in the Holiday Decorating Classic, and a mere 10 votes separate the top two entries. There's still plenty of time to vote for your favorite decorations! https://poll.fm/11250603 One vote per person, please.
10 Bridgewater businesses volunteered for our first ever Holiday Decorating Classic, themed "My Favorite Holiday Movie." (For the record, we would have accepted "Die Hard" decorations, but it's probably best that no one tried it.) All 10 entrants worked hard, but there can be only one winner and the decision is now yours. Please cast... Continue Reading →
A Weekly(ish) Poll of Sometimes Important Issues We have plenty of issues with street names in Bridgewater, but it's not very often that we have a chance to fix one. As you can see by the illustration, the same street is called Stephen Circle south of Mt. Crawford Avenue but Parkside Drive to the north.... Continue Reading →
A weekly poll of occasionally important issues. Edgebriar Park and Seven Bridges Park are now seamlessly connected by Riverwalk, Phase I. We have floated the idea of eliminating Seven Bridges as a separate park, leaving the entire area to be known as "Edgebriar." The area definitely feels like one park, but it might confuse people... Continue Reading →