I am sympathetic to the plea of the Camera reader who wants subdivisions repaved.
Assuming he was as serious with his solution as in his ire I don’t think firing 90 open space employees and the entire planning department takes into account the “law of unintended consequences”.
Surely the local economy would be hurt in a host of ways such as nearly 200 jobs not contributing to local retail, more houses in foreclosure and families traumatized. Then there is open space management itself and future planning – for example, new construction.
A special assessment district for repaving the reader’s own subdivision might be a better place to start. Then my tax dollars can be focused on open space, planning and jobs.