Neighborhood associations reimbursed for ‘Bouncy Houses’

If you don’t think there isn’t government waste, you should be watching the Sioux Falls City Council work session right NOW.

Adam Roach with the city (in charge of neighborhood associations) explained to the city council about how he used part of his $50K a year budget for neighborhood associations to reimburse a park party for a bouncy house ($2K) and even more strangely, landscaping and a flag pole (both in city parks).

Obviously the bouncy house is not a good use of tax dollars, and as several city councilors pointed out, shouldn’t the flag pole and landscaping be a part of the parks budget?

This is what happens when you give ONE person a bucket of money within government; Bouncy Houses.

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#1 D@ily Spin on 09.05.18 at 10:50 am

A bouncy house doesn’t comply with the historic district. There’s gonna be a state Supreme Court case.

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