Oh yeah, those are way worse! I'll add a little context to the little town of Rhodehiss so you get an idea of life there. I did my college internship at the neighboring town, and we often helped them address code enforcement issues because they had an almost non-existent staff. We got called to look at a house right on the edge of the town limits. Apparently the top portion had caught on fire several years before. Rather than fix it or demolish the whole house, the homeowner opted to tear the top half off, board off the stairs, and just live in the bottom portion. We were not there for the house condition though. It was because he had several emu's on the property.
I know a former one-room schoolhouse when I see it. But I bet the newer accommodations have toilets that flush.
Well, they did nicely label the storm drain and it's direction of flow.Who decorated that room? It's totally lacking a gibbet on the east side and no floor drain for all the blood. In other words, bad dungeon feng shui.
Our office had a drive thru window before we moved in. They took it out and replaced it with a large single pane of glass. I attempted to try and keep it so we could do water payments through it rather than have people have to park and come in. In the end, the office layout didn't work and we moved water downstairs, plus the drive thru lane was pretty short and we would have had people backed up in the street. The town hall here has one though, and before I could pay my water bill online, I used to pay it that way. It's actually pretty convenient and a nice thing to have in rural communities that have limited internet infrastructure and/or people who refuse to use it.The drive-up window! I wonder if they have drive-thru subdvision approvals.