The amount of unnecessary paving in Estabrooks' riding is ridiculous. 103, Exit 4, left on St. Margaret' Bay Rd. Left on Silver Birch. Right of Five Island Road. End of Five Island Road paved to a dead-end private subdivision. Residents there were trying to get taxpayers to pay for paving forever. Estabrooks gets elected, road to private subdivision got paved. Same thing for granite cove drive. And completely unnecessary work from hubley road to SMBR. The traffic volume and population using the intersection just doesn't warrant the amount of infrastructure dollars it must be costing. But hey it's in Estabrooks' riding so now it's time for the gravy train to finally arrive for the residents of Bill's riding. I used to live near Bill and it's amazing how the quality of the roads in the area has changed once he got his hands of the strings of the public purse. Not sue if provincial or HRM responsibility in that area but things sure did change rapidly once Bill got elected.
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