Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Dorset Ave. to be resurfaced in Kenwood today and tomorrow

The Montgomery County Department of Transportation says it will be resurfacing parts of Dorset Avenue in Kenwood today and tomorrow. Parking will be prohibited between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM both days. It's probably best to avoid this route during those hours even if you don't live there. This is part of a larger project to resurface the third-world quality roads throughout Kenwood, which the Montgomery County Council allowed to fall into severe disrepair.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Stop pandering Dyer. The residents of Kenwood are too smart to ever vote for you.

Robert Dyer said...

6:55: I've won Kenwood in past elections, dumbass.

Anonymous said...

Can you imagine if Hans Riemer or Berliner or any of the current council members talked the way you do Robert? You're so rude and trashy! You don't have a shred of class. I am not sure how a character like you ended up in Bethesda but it's a darn shame you did.

Anonymous said...

Unlike Robert Dyer, I've actually traveled to "third world" countries. A typical street there would be cobblestones, gravel, or not paved at all.

Anonymous said...

8:13AM LOL. I was going to say mud and trash.

Anonymous said...

I think the people of Kenwood like the streets that way as it cuts down on pass-through traffic. Glad to hear Dorset is getting resurfaced though -- it sorely needed it... and it's a nice pass-through from Little Falls Parkway to River Road!

Maloney Concrete said...

8:51 AM That was my guess- keep it rocky to slow folks down.

G. Money said...

Dyer thinks that PG County is "third world."

Anonymous said...

8:13, 8:43 - And open sewers.

Robert Dyer said...

9:37: Far from it. Gorgeous Prince George's is cleaning our clock in the quality of developments. They couldn't get Wegmans at any new development including Westbard in MoCo. National Harbor. MGM - multiple 5-star restaurants, great architecture. Konterra. Brandywine Crossing/Chadds Ford. Westphalia. Karington (25-acre lake). And the Osborne Shopping Center - the gleaming, no-residential new shopping center the Montgomery County Council failed to deliver at Westbard for 35 years.

Some bad projects, too, but the quality developments make up for it, unlike in MoCo. "Soviet apartment bloc." "Dog park." "Soviet apartment bloc." "Hey, ever notice Westbard plan looks just like the same architect's project at McMillan Filtration?"

Anonymous said...

7:46 hmm. ever read the article about leventhal analyzing someone's body language at a budget hearing. "I know I have a reputation for being aggressive or lacking people skills." Lol.