We all know that the storm a few days ago caused a lot of damage. No one can blame anyone, although I think that some damage could have been avoided with some more attention.
However, now it's all clear and it's all over. A storm happens once in a while, maybe once in ten years, so it's acceptable that roads and buildings were damaged because of it. However, right now there are more hazards on our road than usual. Some rubble walls were demolished into the road, some tarmac was fractured, tree roots gone up making the road unsteady, roads maybe slippery as still wet probably from drains still pouring out yesterday's water.
Where's Austin Gatt? I mean, he should be jumping right now, trying to solve the situation. By all means road safety is a must. I think he's being too relaxed on this, we haven't heard any plans on road safety at this emergency state. Yesterday even main roads were damaged badly, how can you keep so relaxed and do nothing when you've got such hazardous roads to start working on?
But it's alright Austin, we're used to hazards in our roads. We're used to going round holes which can damage our car, not to mention the Labour billboards which were so hazardous, after all you were amongst the first to take action on that.
Seems like you need to sort out your priorities, I mean, probably you're still taking a piss as you once mentioned. Keep that up.