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Monday, April 29, 2013

Sewer Extended In Crabapple.


By Accessmilton.com

Unless you have been living in a box, you have most likely noticed sewer being extended to four acres in "Historic" Crabapple. This extention is in preperation for the new Milton Library that will replace an old farm house that has been on this corner for 90 plus years.

On a side note, sewer was extended to the New Milton High School in 2005 as well, while removing seven families-many of which had lived in the area for over three decades.

Long live "rural character."

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

You must be absolutely miserable to be around.

Tim Enloe said...

Not miserable at all. Actually, very happy!

However, if you say your are going to be something, then be it. If you say the buck stops here, then it should stop here.

How can Crabapple be considered "historic" when a 90 year old home is about to be demolished?

How can we say no sewer for some, but ok for others?

These actions are the epitome of hypocrisy.

Finally, I am happy Milton is getting a library; they are great places to unite a community. However, knocking down a 90 year old house when other options were available is beyond me.

Best,

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

That house is an abandoned eye sore

Tim Enloe said...

The house is over 90 years old. Since it went up for sale, there has been no maintenance much like many of the foreclosures in the newer subdivisions. Like any home, it will need attention if not maintained.

Also, don't you find it ironic that a house that is almost 100 years old is about to be torn down in "Historic" Crabapple? Goes against the use of said term.

Finally, one of the reasons they claim the house can't be saved is due to "lead paint." A little factoid for you. The FCBOE claimed one of the reasons the old Milton High couldn't be demoed for a newer school was because of lead paint. Less than a year after it was closed and reopened for "alternative students", I saw an article in the Milton Herald about teen mothers at the old Milton High painting a "Young Mom room"; yes, it too had lead paint, but I digress.

Seems as though FACTS are only worth what those looking to make a change make them worth.

FYI, there was talk about demolishing the "Big Chicken" back in the 80's because others claimed it was an "eye sore." It is now a a historical land mark.

Best,

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

Not everything old is worth salvaging. I agree that the abandoned house is an eye sore. Thank goodness tax payers money is not being wasted rehabbing and maintaining that building.

Anonymous said...

I didn't think they considered Crabapple to be historic, yet. Everytime someone wants to call it that, the next thing you know, you have Travis Allen yelling about how nothing there has been declared historic yet.

Anonymous said...

Extending sewer to the Library site has absolutely nothing to do with the City. The library is owned by the county, and the county is also responsible for water and sewer so if they want to extend sewer to their own property there is nothing the city can do about it. Is there any reason to think this property was not already included on the sewer map?

Anonymous said...

putting sewar where sewar isnt - sounds like extension to me

Anonymous said...

extension it is, but that doesn't mean the city has anything to do with it, so there isn't anything that can be done to prevent it

Anonymous said...

So Tim, when you want to make an Assisted Living home out of your Mothers property we will remember what you are saying about sewer extension!!!!!!!! And another thing!!! How many people did you talk to about getting kicked out of their houses because of Milton. Some of them do not even know who you are!!!!!

Tim Enloe said...

Dear Neighbor:

Wonderful to hear from you; it has been a while. Hope you are enjoying your walks.

I am confused with your comments.

First, sewer is being extended in Crabapple to a parcel that currently isn’t sewered. Sewer was also extended to the new Milton High School.These are facts. Nothing more. Nothing less.

Where I find question is saying sewer is ok for some and not for others. I encourage you to read up on the founding of this country and the implementation of equal treatment. As the years have progressed from 1776, we are distancing ourselves from this founding principal – not good.

I am also confused why you state who I did and did not speak with regarding the families that lost their homes. I have never stated in print or personally that I spoke with all those
who were kicked out; I spoke with just a few. Where I find fault is individuals losing their land to a government entity who did not plan ahead. Your comment fails to grey the point of the initial post and that is that we are losing a home that is almost 100 years old in an area that claims to be “historic” and sewer is be extended to a parcel. Nothing more; nothing less.

Finally, in regards to what we will or will not do with the nine acres we own, what I will tell you is that some ideas that we might consider do not need sewer to be implemented. Nothing more; nothing less.

Then again, we might just continue to live our simple lives and enjoy the peace, quiet, safety, and rural character that Milton Georgia affords us.

Have a blessed day.

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...


Hey, that is a great idea! A senior living facility in the city of Milton.
Why would YOU have an issue with this happening? Believe I am correct that sewer would not be necessary unless it is a large facility.


Anonymous said...

dear dumbass (tim), per the map at the link below, the parcel on which the library is to be built is in fact serviced by sewer already. if you're in the minority of the population that feels that extending a pipe from the road (sewer line) to your building is "extension" then happy days to you, you're in luck. there are plenty of villages still seeking their idiot, but you're special in that you're our very own idiot and we have you to thank when we we're feeling stupid. instead of getting down on ourselves, we can instead just read your website and your posts in particular and be thankful that we aren't the dumbest people in milton.

here's your sign:

http://www.cityofmiltonga.us/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC={17007F4E-B480-4906-881E-5329FE00B171}&DE={206179D5-C212-4D4C-B045-C90AABD261BB}

Tim Enloe said...

Dear Neighbor:

Wonderful to hear from you.

Again, curious how an simple post about a 100 year old home being demoed in a “historic” area and sewer going to a parcel that currently doesn’t have sewer has come to this.

If the property had sewer prior, than please explain the sewer going in.

As far as your statement “ if you're in the minority of the population that feels that extending a pipe from the road (sewer line) to your building is "extension" then happy days to you, you're in luck...”, I suggest you review the definition of said word by clicking here to review your sign=> http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/extension?s=t&path=/.

Also, your line of thinking about sewer location and distance from a building infers that many other Milton properties would be allowed such a service that currently aren’t.

I am well aware of the current sewer map, I went to many of the meetings when they crafted it out. As they proved then, maps do change…

Finally, in regards to your failed attempts to slander me, I honestly found it quite entertaining and spawned an idea. How about a debate about issues affecting our beloved city? We can film it and share it with the town folk and let them be the judge of your claim. Probably won’t happen, though. As much we all love the internet, one of the unfortunate after affects is cowardice.

Always happy to discuss issues affecting our rural town of Milton GA with a fellow citizen.

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

it would be pointless to debate or discuss anything with you as you would continue to fail to see reason. the parcel is allowed sewer per the map so it isn't sewer extension to connect said property. if the property was NOT allowed sewer then you would be correct

Tim Enloe said...

No problem. Alot of folks find it easier to debate behind a keyboard as opposed to in person...

Thanks for sharing your point of view.

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

in all seriousness, why haven't you followed through on your threats to move?

Tim Enloe said...

First, you seem to know me better than I know myself. Can you tell me what the winner lottery numbers are?

Second, be careful what you wish for.

Third, focus on the topic at hand, not rumors.

Best,

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

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Anonymous said...

LOL

Accessmilton Admin said...

You are welcome to continue to practice assumption and cowardice. However, please do not use foul language on Accessmilton.com. Women and children read the site.

Thanks,

Tim Enloe
Accessmilton.com
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

Hey You, post 7:47 pm - mouth of south Bethany. Many neighbors has been wishing YOU would be the one to move.

Thanks Tim for all the good things you have done and continue to do for our city.

Anonymous said...

The person responsible for post 7:31 pm. - you are a disgrace to our community, you are a coward, you are despicable and a failure as a human being.
Milton residents do not want to hear from you.