Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

What's the best way for to crack down on nuisance construction sites?

READER POLL

What’s the best way for to crack down on nuisance construction sites?

City should beef up inspections
 
  142 (46.3%)
Block captains and other residents have to report problems
 
  67 (21.8%)
That's just the price of seeing the city grow
 
  83 (27.0%)
Don't really see many of those issues in my neighborhood
 
  78 (25.4%)
Total votes = 307
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Developers must abide by construction site rules


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