Better strap down the load next time

A South DaCola foot soldier sent me this today and said, “Isn’t it city ordinance to strap down your load?” I guess a city truck lost this new traffic light out the back of their truck while trying to make a yellow light. Oh the irony. I also heard a rumor today that directors have been telling the new mayor that their departments are ‘broke’ and don’t have any money for new projects. Maybe RC would like to borrow us $130 million?



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#1 anonymous on 06.06.18 at 12:53 pm

…..directors have been telling the new mayor that their departments are ‘broke’ and don’t have any money for new projects

Might be true given the current sales tax revenue…..

Which makes it even more dumbfounding that our elected representatives on the City Council are considering ‘GIFTING’ the USD Discovery District 1.5 million tax dollars for their roads!

Quite a slick story by Rich Naser at yesterday’s Council Informational meeting…..banks won’t talk to him until he secures the 1.5m from the taxpayers of SF.

How many more dubious adventures like the USD Discovery District and Foundation Park are our councilors going to commit taxpayers to be involved in!!?

#2 dan on 06.06.18 at 11:45 pm

They cannot “borrow you” anything. They may loan it to you though.

#3 The Guy from Guernsey on 06.07.18 at 7:34 am

NixonHaken, a conservative [cough, cough], and nearly the first order of business is a $1.5 million dollar tribute to cronyism, of course dressed in the fine capitalistic linens of “economic development”.
Hey Rich, the bankers won’t talk to me either. It usually means the project which you are pitching is a bad investment … and that you don’t have enough of your own skin in the game (aka collateral) in order to garner their interest.

#4 The Guy from Guernsey on 06.07.18 at 7:35 am

Who plays the role of Spiro Agnew in the NixonHaken administration? T.J. Nelson ? Or Erica Beck ?

#5 "Very Stable Genius" on 06.07.18 at 2:57 pm

TGfG,

As far as Spiro is concerned, it depends on the size of your hands and whether you can handle the size of the envelope slipped under the table….. Some say, “follow the money,” I say, check out the hands….

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