Sioux Falls City Council Public Input, 10/6/2015

You can see the ‘hat’ incident on this video.


#1 anonymous on 10.07.15 at 4:04 pm

I agree with Dorene Weinstein, there are many beautiful boulevards in SF.

Having said that, it is imperative that the City Council vote to protect both pedestrians and drivers by imposing height restrictions on anything placed in the boulevards.

City ordinance already prevents signage that obstructs the view of drivers and pedestrians. They need to protect the safety of SF citizens by applying the same standard to anything placed or planted in the boulevards.

#2 The D@ily Spin on 10.08.15 at 10:38 am

Mr. Mourer was disrespected and falsely accused. It’s standard procedure for the city to brush this off. First, the cap removal thing was harrassment, plain and simple. It’s apparent Rolfing is sitting on the wrong side of the room. City police are abusive bullies. You disturbed their 8 hour coffee break or woke them from a nap in the park parking lot. You’re guilty without evidence or a hearing. City ordinance denies you court reparation for legal expenses and you end up with an unprosecuted police record. There’s no police abuse complaint process. Your only alternative is a constitutional state supreme court case. You’ll win there but not be reimbursed and the city ignores state court directive and censure. It’s become time for a federal civil rights class action .

#3 Poly43 on 10.09.15 at 6:43 am

Very odd comment by Rolfing indeed. I have a friend who lost a son in Iraq. I can only begin to imagine the pain my friend goes through each day, especially with him knowing the senselessness of that “skirmish”. I have always given Rex some leeway because of his loss. But this incident? Troubling.

#4 anominous on 10.09.15 at 10:54 am

Ok, no one on the council with a toupee gets to wear it either, out of respect for the public.

#5 l3wis on 10.09.15 at 11:40 am

I know it is hard to believe, but that is Michelle’s real hair 🙂

I was told by one of her college friends that she has been sporting that hairdo since then.

#6 anominous on 10.09.15 at 1:20 pm

Really, no one in that video has given a decent reason to remove a hat.

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