Norwalk employees clash about condition of city street.
Jan 9, 2014 at 12:07 PM
Two city employees clashed at Tuesday night's council meeting regarding the current condition of West Water Street.
Jeff Phillips, of 289 E. Main St., who is also a city firefighter, owns the apartment complex at 6 W. Water St. He said 24 people live on that street, along with the operation of three "shops."
Phillips told council a good portion of West Water washed away in the flood of June 2006 and the road has never been properly repaired.
Josh Snyder, public works director, said the road basically leads to "nowhere."
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