“My interpretation is you’re killing an ant with a sledgehammer.” — John Lanni, speaking of the residents trying to deal with Domestic Bank’s use of their neighborhood as a parking lot
I’m not one for quoting other people and then just leaving it at that, but that one just about says it all, doesn’t it? Domestic Bank is an ant, and the neighbors of Forest Hills are a sledgehammer. That’s right — that’s the way John Lanni sees it. And when Pep Boys and Home Depot were ants and they were trying to crawl into Cranston, Mr. Garabedian was a very nice soft thing (not a sledgehammer) who got rid of them.
Anyway, I’m with Emilio. This issue is not going away. It’s a prelude to several other unresolved battles — the Cullion concrete plant and Mulligan’s Island open space being next in line.