Call in the clowns



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#1 eyes wide open on 02.12.15 at 2:39 pm

So now the courts substitute conversations for MOUs?

So written protection is no longer needed, just hearsay?

So having a clear title is unimportant?

So where did he attend law school?

So are we sure he is an attorney?

So they really do not have any legal protection regarding the contingencies in the quit claim deed?

So they admit we do not have a clear title?

So MMM doesn’t really give a damn about protecting the public’s tax dollars and investment?

So do those rubber stamps have rubber brains?

So they think the citizens are just dumb and they can get away with this?

So keeping their word is not important?

So how long before we can send these idiots packing?

#2 a few more... on 02.12.15 at 3:25 pm

So promises to the public not to proceed with the $24M project without a clear title can be ignored?

So commitments to the public meaning nothing?

So keeping your word is no longer necessary in public service?

So it’s just the public’s money. There is more where that came from!

#3 anonymous on 02.13.15 at 10:08 am

The ballot which voters marked last April said nothing about an indoor pool.

Maybe there should be a petition drive/public vote with the question: Do taxpayers want to invest $24 million dollars for an indoor pool with annual operating expenses of $700,000+?