All of you whiners who complained about Douglas Road had no idea that they were going to lay blacktop over the tar & chip, did you? As for a rift between Whiteford and anyone else, there is none. Whiteford is flush with road money due to the fact that they get a tipping fee from every ton of stone that comes out of the quarry. Of course if Bedford had such an opportunity, they would vote it down and want more homes built instead of a source of income. From the stakes driven next to Sterns it looks like that Whiteford section of Sterns will commence soon. People who are newer to the township don't know that at one time Secor, Erie Rd., Temperance from Lewis to Telegraph, and Smith from Jackman to Lewis were so crowned that you needed to wear your seat belt to keep from sliding over to the passenger seat, and in the winter, on ice, forget it you were headed to the ditch. Back then Adler, Clegg, and many others were dirt in the summer and mud roads in the spring. We have come a long way, but still need more work done. One of the reasons pot hole have become such an issue is that in the sixties you had belted tires that had a cushion of five or six inches between the tread and rim, now with radials that only have two inches between tread and rim, the potholes are felt more, and do more damage to the suspension and rims. Also belted tires could take a lot more punishment than the radials do.