Orchids and Onions: Thursday, October 4, 2018

October 4, 2018

Another beautiful day in Havasu...

Onions to the ‘Cali’ driver that proceeded to close up on the car in front of you when I signaled to change lanes. Inconsiderate and very California. Leave your ME attitude on the other side of the river. Glad for the snowbirds’ return!

Orchids to Lakeside Speed & Shine. They rebuilt the front end of our ’69 El Camino. It rides/steers perfect now. They do ground-up restorations. Mike and Gerri

Orchids to LHPD for taking care of the massage parlors! If you don’t handle them from the start, their illegal activities will progress to bridal salons (front for gambling and prostitution), baby mills and markets for local wild animals that are killed and sold for consumption. Seen it in Southern California. Disgusting!

Onions to the older gentleman on Tropic for feeding the pigeons. It’s illegal and they are making a mess on everyone’s yard. Please stop.

Orchids to terrible service. Our neighbors all switched to alternatives, and we are now following suit. Enough is enough. Lodge all complaints with the BBB.

Orchids to the Lake Havasu City employees who maintain our beautiful parks. Keep up the great work and positive attitudes. Know you are making a difference.

Orchids to Mel’z Bellz cleaning services (Melony Porter). Excellent work, very thorough! And flexible with work time.

Onions to the onion giver about the dogs on Vega. I walk my dogs every day on Vega. I called the police, and as long as they’re leashed and cleaned up after, then we’re completely within our rights to walk.

Onions to flushable wipes. If you have been reading the paper and your water bill, flushable wipes are not flushable. Put them into the trash because they plug up our sewer system.

Onions to the high school traffic. After school I have seen several hit and miss incidences that can be avoided. If the guys on these golf carts can help patrol, that would be great!

Onions to Hurricane Rosa for not dropping only a few sprinkles of rain on beautiful Lake Havasu City. After 21-plus years of our local summers, a little help from Rosa would have been most welcome. These progressively longer summers might force us to move to where she’s shacking up now.

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