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Calling Mussey Grade Residents

Entrance to the Ramona Library. Patch file photo.
Entrance to the Ramona Library. Patch file photo.
At the next Ramona Community Planning Group meeting (Thurs, April 3, 7  PM at the Library), the Group will discuss the fate of the Ramona South Bypass.  This proposed road will create a major road delay on Mussey Grade & 67 because the new "Dye Street" will  dump 3,000 to 4,000 cars on to Mussey Grade per day.  

Please show up and voice your opinion. 

Write or call me with any questions: jminervini1@cox.net or 619/204-0391.

Drew S. March 29, 2014 at 09:21 AM
Joe, again with the facts skewed to meet your needs and not the actual facts. Mussey Grade already sees those cars going past it's intersection and traffic is not going to be "dumped on Mussey Grade" unless your version has the County draining San Vicebte and using the old route that is now underwater. What you really mean to say is that the improvements will run right past your house closer than they already are, and that you failed to take the likelihood of improvements to Dye Road into consideration when you bought your home several years ago. I looked up hyperbole in the dictionary; your photo was right next to it.
Joe Minervini March 30, 2014 at 11:19 AM
Drew S.....whoever you are. I have never hidden that Dye Street, which is past of the South Bypass, will affect my house as well as hundreds of others homes along its route. The Bypass will also affect many businesses on Main Street. I have not skewed any facts. If you knew what you were writing about, you would know that many cars would be using Dye Street which would intersect with Mussey Grade in close proximity to 67....can I make it any simpler for you ? You must have a grudge with me because this is not the first time you attempt to insult my integrity. If you were truly out to do good, you would not hide who you are. I invite you to meet me anywhere, anytime you choose and we can discuss this like real men do......in the open. I will bring all my facts and not throw out cheap insults. Call me @ 619/204-0391.
Drew S. March 30, 2014 at 01:48 PM
Joe, that fact is that we HAVE met in the past, and nothing more can be gained from meeting. Unfortunately, your mission to dismantle the south bypass will ultimately impact the safety of citizens of Ramona and specifically the Estates, as they traverse the roads to get home. At least, if you're successful, you can take solace in knowing that at least your property values weren't affected, should anyone be killed driving the roads you lobbied against improvement to.
Joe Minervini March 30, 2014 at 03:23 PM
Drew S.....I DO NOT remember US meeting. You say nothing more can be gained from meeting with me....that sounds like you do not wish to uphold your beliefs with facts but wish to continue to write untruths sitting behind and hiding behind your computer screen. Shame on you. What I asked is for you to divulge who you are and be brave and meet me soon. Your statement about the safety of Ramona is totally off base. But until you have the courage to debate the issue, eyeball to eyeball, I will have nothing more to do with a wimp that wishes to demean people in writing. My uncle gave his life in North Africa with the U.S.Army during WWII and I got shot at in Vietnam to give people like you the right to speak freely in this Great Country and I'd do it again....even for people like you. Again, my number is 619/204-0391. Put up or shut up. P.S.: I do support the upcoming improvements on San Vicente and although I do not think it will have any significant effect on deaths due to drunk/distracted/inexperienced drivers nor bad weather conditions. I do pray there will be no more on San Vicente. Did you ever get up at the many meetings to speak in favor of the San Vicente improvements ? Out. (that's military talk for "conversation is over.")
Drew S. March 30, 2014 at 04:40 PM
Then, Joe, I suggest we leave it at that. I did my public service for the RCPG, spoke many, many times in favor (and voted for) road improvements, and chaired the T&T group. Yes, we met. We spoke several times. And I have no further interest in discussion because we have two opposing positions on this matter which likely will not change.

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