Mayor Chickensh*t gets mad about a mayoral candidate trying to fix something he should have

I just want to let Greg Belfrage know that he should sell all that precious chicken manure that was dispersed in his studio this morning, it makes fantastic fertilizer.

Hizzoner has been on his departing tour now for what seems like eternity, this morning he came on the B-N-B show and couldn’t resist to continue to talk about how he is the greatest mayor ever and how none of the candidates know what they are talking about.

He of course has been using these opportunities to go after Greg Jamison (without saying his name). While I wish the mayor would stay out of the race completely, if he is going to throw certain candidates under the bus at least have the balls to say their name instead of calling them Candidate #1 or whatever.

Chicken. Bach, Bach.

Ironically, the issue he railed about that Jamison brought up, quiet zones for train traffic through town, is something our mayor SHOULD HAVE negotiated with BNSF when we handed them $27 million of Federal taxdollars. That apparently did not occur to MMM when he had to make his secret middle of the night chartered flight to Minneapolis.

Chicken. Bach, Bach.


#1 Theodore on 03.20.18 at 10:36 am

Jamison and the rest of the city council also voted to hand BNSF $27 million of Federal tax dollars unanimously.

#2 LJL on 03.20.18 at 10:37 am

Someone needs to get Big Bully Jim on the record if Huether will be in his administration.

#3 LJL on 03.20.18 at 10:52 am

Quiet crossings were discussed with BNSF. The city had to fully fund the crossing arms. Over a million $.

The original idea was the fed to supplement the city for the total removal of the tracks from the city. Leaving tracks in downtown was due to the city not having the interest in funding the rest of the project. The project should have died there.

The mayor’s frenzy created the weak position for the city and we had no leverage. Jeff screw job Cherapa and Mayor Fine Print were the criminals in charge.

#4 Bruce on 03.20.18 at 11:20 am

If everyone would remember the secrecy surrounding the RR deal. Some of us were actively trying to get the books opened while it was happening. This even included some City Councilors who tried behind the scenes to pry stuff loose. There was no way to get anyone to challenge his methods, Michelle liked to remind everyone we have a “Strong” mayor form of government where he has dictatorial powers over us.

This “Strong” mayor system must end. The mayor should be our city administrator, hired by the people in an election doing the work laid out by the policy making of the City Council.

Our loser (to all but himself) of a mayor has struggled to keep make himself seem open but he will soon see how that worked out for him.

He has been willing to bully, intimidate, lie, harass, stalk individuals plus physically strike out at people causing permanent injury to anyone who could get in his way. I know of a City Council member who told me a meeting with MMM was not complete unless the audio recorder was on.

I started recording most meetings where MMM was because he told so many lies they needed to saved permanently. If there ever is a federal RICO case against this mayor, I will donate my vast archive of recordings for their research and use.

He has worn out his welcome. He is a loose cannon ready to blow. It’s a good thing he will be off Sioux Falls radar soon. His performance on Belfrage and the innuendoes he tries to lay on us are soon to be over.

#5 The D@ily Spin on 03.20.18 at 11:43 am

Huether should keep his comments to himself. It’s disrespectful, irregular, and unethical to get involved as an outgoing office holder. If Huether needs a debate, put Alexa and Siri on the table and see how it goes. You idiot. You’re on your way out. Get used to it.

#6 anominous on 03.20.18 at 12:22 pm

From the title of this post I thought someone was gonna do something about getting some fencing at the falls.