“Sure,” you say, “parts of Apple Valley are not going to be improved because we live in a rural area.” OK, so let’s look at the Town’s crown jewel, The Village. Businesses in The Village pay additional taxes by virtue of being in this area, and Mayor Scott Nassif and Councilman Larry Cusack each own businesses in this area. This is as good as it gets in Apple Valley.
When you resurface a street, you need to deal with the utility access ports. Here in Apple Valley, they do so little resurfacing they have yet to figure this out. That is why even our resurfaced roads still give you a rough ride.
For the Town of Apple Valley, the appropriate way to handle pile of trash is to distribute some of it over a larger area and bury the rest, so it does not look like a pile of trash anymore. The trash and rubble are still there, but they are spread out to hide what you have done.
Bad asphalt patch, and a missing pipeline marker. Maybe Public Works just wanted the new work to match the existing deteriorated roadway? Public Works doesn’t care: They just drive right by while Kerry is recording this segment.
Who is in charge of the Public Works Department in Apple Valley? Why, Greg Snyder, who the Town now says can run our water system. He probably can … into the ground, like everything else the Public Works Department touches.