8 Thoughts on “Councilor Jamison filling potholes!?

  1. John Kennedy Claussen on February 21, 2016 at 2:13 am said:

    Oh, don’t let this scene scare you. This is not the first time we have had one of our City fathers out working with the crew:

    FF: 000:12 😉


  2. Well at least we have one councilor that does something worthwhile..

  3. Whether it’s erpenbach in a sleeping bag simulating the homeless plight, or jamison slinging tar, one certainty you can bank on. The cameras will be rolling. Kermit is, by far, the only selfless person I can recall as a city rep. Oops.. Forgot Kenny Anderson. Another selfless city rep. The rest? Self serving ego-maniacs.

    Hey greg, or you, mr mayor, a question about our streets. I know you all read this blog, so riddle me this. We had a gully washer last summer in the SW part of the city. That gully washer ripped out many, many miles of the rubber caulking that kept water out between cement slabs on streets. I drove daily between Marion Road and Louise Avenue daily on 49th street. The city had at least 3 months to refill those cracks with rubber caulking. Did they? Nope. Those open cracks to this day have never been addressed. So now we have all the streets in SW Sioux Falls with major water integrity issues that are going to heave and crack this spring. So, why did the city not fill these cracks when they had the chance? Did you run out of money after you gave the huether tennis courts $500,000? Just wondering.

  4. The D@ily Spin on February 22, 2016 at 3:49 am said:

    There’s a reason no city politician has ever advanced. None has become governor or congressman. They’re all like Huether. He’s the engine that runs the machine in circles until it runs out of gas. Why do something productive when you can play tennis, swim, and go to concerts full time with daddy’s money. Sioux Falls is the humor it takes for the state to manage without being to serious. West River regards Sioux Falls as still in Minnesota.

  5. Drove by the mall this weekend. I’m not sure they fixed any of the potholes.

  6. Poly is on the right track. The town might be a boom town on the downward. The Mayor has overspent the 1st penny sales tax revenue trying to upkeep the wasteful projects built with the second penny projects. None of the Mayor’s gleaming building projects are ever going to be successful enough to cover their costs.

    The rubber caulking Poly refers to is only part of the infrastructure issues we will continue to have as our boom town continues to bust because of a singular vision not in focus with real needs.

  7. The D@ily Spin on February 23, 2016 at 9:48 am said:

    ‘Boom town continues to bust’. Our time will have come and gone. It’s to bad we’ve had an egotistical tyrant use potential infrastructure benefit for extravagant unnecessary entertainment structures. I’m wondering how a mayor becomes a multimillionaire on 100k annual salary.

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