Hey what happened to the one way sign that was at the corner of the St. Saviour's property?
Oh, I see. It must have gotten in the way so Gallagher's buddies removed the publicly-owned sign and have taken possession of it. They seem to be keeping well-maintained grounds, too.
The Times Ledger recently reported that Pinky has pretty much given up on saving the church and land:
Councilman Dennis Gallagher... said he had little hope that the church building or land on the property would be saved for the community. He said there had never been a plan by the developer to save the parsonage.
"As each day passes, it looks like it will become more and more difficult to save the church," he said. "As soon as the developer removed himself from the public review process, we lost all leverage."
Wow, Dennis, you mean you knew all along that they were planning to knock the parsonage down and you never warned the community? What kind of public servant are you? Oh, that's right. An indicted one.