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Old 03-27-2008, 08:42 AM
 
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I went to the movie theater in Waynesville with some friends last May or so to catch a movie not being shown in Rolla (this was my last semester at UMR). My only real experience with the town, but the people at that movie were BY FAR the rudest I've ever encountered at any movie theater, anywhere. Through the entire movie there was talking, yelling at the screen, all sorts of stuff. Just basically a really inconsiderate crowd. Most of the people seemed to be active duty from the base or high school kids. Even going to the theater here close to my house in Austin, which is in a relatively low-income area, the people are quiet (saw violent movies at each theater, haha). As that is really my only experience with Waynesville it gave me a negative view of it. The surrounding area is really quite scenic, when I was at UMR I'd often leave and go for a drive up north of town and through Dixon, to take a break from studying.
I used to work with high school students from the surrounding counties that came in for a competition. The students from St. Robert/Waynesville stood out as being less polite and into the urban ghetto scene. Friends that have kids in those schools say the students can be pretty rough. I suspect there are a lot of outside influences in that area that aren't the best.
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Old 04-10-2008, 07:22 PM
 
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The developers in the area and the city want my land because it is highly developable. The city ( St Robert ) wanted to put a water tower on it for the developement that the commissioner was doing. They would not pay me near enough for the land . I didn't want a fortune either. I wanted less than appraisel. A connected developer agreed to buy it and a week before closing blackmailed me with her buddies at the DNR for an out of spec sewage pond. The sewer dept won't hook me up and the pipe is right down the road but they are destroying other people's land to get it to their friends developments.
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Old 04-10-2008, 09:06 PM
 
Location: MO Ozarkian in NE Hoosierana
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The developers in the area and the city want my land because it is highly developable. The city ( St Robert ) wanted to put a water tower on it for the developement that the commissioner was doing. They would not pay me near enough for the land . I didn't want a fortune either. I wanted less than appraisel. A connected developer agreed to buy it and a week before closing blackmailed me with her buddies at the DNR for an out of spec sewage pond. The sewer dept won't hook me up and the pipe is right down the road but they are destroying other people's land to get it to their friends developments.
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Camdenton. You are totally wrong. Not only does Missouri regulate lagoons but they have strict guide lines. I am a licensed installer. If you have a sewer issue, turn the problem in to the appropriate agency for your county and watch the fireworks.
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Old 04-25-2008, 05:21 PM
 
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Yep, i'm licensed now because of the blackmail issue. I went to the state and played their game to find out the laws. In 1996 the state changed all their codes on septic systems. Any system older than that is pretty much not to code and they are using real estate transactions to catch you and force you to come into compliance. There is no grandfathering in of an improperly sized system. My issue is not that I don't want it up to current code but the slimy people that run the area and the way they treat everyone. Everyone in that area knows what i'm talking about if they know of the Pulaski County Sewer District and the developers who benefit from the wrongdoing.
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Old 01-23-2009, 01:53 PM
 
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Can anyone tell me about trolley lane? We are thinking about buying a house on top of the hill but I heard that the roads are really bad during winter months? Any information would be great!
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Old 08-08-2012, 06:48 PM
 
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does any one know who owns the property where Daisy's spa use to be??
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