I know what you are thinking. Haven’t we been down this road already Detroit? Yes. But while we have our suspicions as to who probably signed off on it, we have never had confirmation.

If I was a betting man, it was probably signed off by the head guru, Mayor Huether. That large of a change order would have had his approval in some form or another.

But did he actually sign off on a document or directed one of his minions to do it verbally?

I don’t know. But I have to wonder if it will appear before the runoff election.

While council candidate Brekke was digging through city documents there was no inkling if she came across such a document, doubt she was even looking for it. But I also think her access and finding the confidentiality order has led OTHERS to start digging around.

I know that some in the media and even within city government have gotten rather curious after Brekke’s press conference and I wouldn’t doubt some other documents will appear, soon. Will the change order suddenly rear it’s ugly head?

Even if we do find the smoking gun, I’m sure none of us will be all that surprised that it was the butler in the billiard room using the candlestick.

4 Thoughts on “Who signed off on the Events Center Siding?

  1. D@ily Spin on April 15, 2018 at 9:45 pm said:

    It’s time to admit the Denty siding issue was a mistake. Let’s fix it and move on. What’s important is it’s Huether criminal intent. Just make sure he’s secluded to something Yankton where we don’t care.

  2. D@ily Spin on April 16, 2018 at 9:38 am said:

    The latest Huether explanation is that it’s alien material from Roswell. It wrinkles then smooths out on its own.

  3. D@ily Spin on April 16, 2018 at 9:48 am said:

    It’s the popular patina look. If you make it look old, events can be at the convention center and the Denty can be used to store soybeans.

  4. I like the Roswell theory. It also explains all of the country music at the EC too:


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